MILE HIGH MIKE ALVARADO BRINGS A WORLD TITLE TO COLORADO
Alvarado Wins By TKO
Though the awkward Narh had trouble with the aggressive Alvarado from Jump Street, he didn't appear to be getting clobbered enough to quit on his stool. But after only three rounds, that's precisely what he did. What can you say?
Try this: Narh simply had no answers for Alvarado's constant pressure. Clearly excited to be on this big of a stage, Alvarado took advantage of the opportunity by staying on the offensive. He wanted to give the fans what they came here for: a good, action-packed fight. He came to brawl-- and he did his part. That his opponent failed to comply doesn't speak ill of Alvarado at all.
At any rate, a "W" is a "W." And a title, well, for fighters, it doesn't get any more meaningful. Congrats, Mile High Mike.
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