Paul Williams Returns To Boxing As A Trainer

Former two-time world champion Paul Williams, who’s pro career came to a sudden and tragic end when he was paralyzed from the waist down after a motorcycle accident in May 2012, is back in boxing as a trainer.

The popular Williams will work the corner of once-beaten Justin DeLoach (13-1, 7 KOs) when DeLoach faces undefeated super welterweight and local favorite Dillon Cook (16-0, 6 KOs) in the opening eight-round bout of what is now a ShoBox: The New Generation quadrupleheader on Friday, March 25, live on SHOWTIME (10:30 p.m. ET/PT, delayed on the West Coast) from Buffalo Run Casino in Miami, Okla.

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Paul Williams is still a People’s Champion

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By Shaun La: I was always familiar with Paul Williams (41-2 with 27 knockouts) abilities as boxer. Knowing that he knocked out the former champion, Sharmba Mitchell within four rounds, to how Williams handled himself with the back to back Carlos Quintana WBO sanctioned championship bouts (Quintana pulled off the unanimous decision in their 1st bout to win the WBO title from Williams, in their rematch, Williams earned the TKO in the 1st round & his WBO title back), his legacy is unforgettable. Then there was the Williams bout with the veteran & crafty defensive boxer and former champion Winky Wright, a fight that showed how Williams pulled in the unanimous decision by throwing piercing punches thru Wright’s defensive fortress.

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Paul Williams: A look over his boxing career

Image: Paul Williams: A look over his boxing careerBy Daniel R: Paul “The punisher” Williams was one of the most exciting fighters to watch, with an exciting style Paul produced some of the most exciting fights in recent time most notably his first encounter with Sergio Martinez, this article will highlight his career best performances.

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Alvarez-Williams: Saul taking a risky fight

Image: Alvarez-Williams: Saul taking a risky fightBy Dan Ambrose: Golden Boy Promotions is finally throwing their prize WBC junior middleweight champion Saul Alvarez (40-0-1, 29 KO’s) in the deep water for the first time in his career when he faces two time former WBO welterweight champion Paul Williams (41-2, 27 KO’s) on September 15th in a pay-per-view bout at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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