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  1. 3 points
    experience , timing , balance and footwork can be a beautiful combination
  2. 2 points
    Whyte's got no amateur experience, little pro experience and is batting way above his average for a short spell at the moment. Lets not get carried away here. Wilder will be a good payday for Whyte but he get a proper schooling. He wont be able to shoulder barge and elbow Wilder the way he bullied Parker - who's body language said to me he didnt want to be in the arena never mind the ring. I think Whyte beats Povetkin, Breazeale and Miller but not Fury, AJ, Wilder or Ortiz.
  3. 2 points
    Bellew wants to stay away, he will get beaten up - that was an accomplished performance!!
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    Posting this in here as its the busiest section. If anyone wants anything at all off the ESPN+ site - any sport - not just boxing - post in here or drop me an email RJJ_Fan@gmx.com I have email on my cell fone so will get it immediately if not much notice for a game. Replays stay live for maybe 4-5 days. I dont have to tell you wants on it Im sure y'all aware. Their brand new multimillion dollar, uncrackable encrypted streams are not worth a wank as far as security is concerned. Its sorted and takes me minutes.
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    Hearn said a couple of tiny little snippets during interviews at the Whyte/Parker event that made it clear to me that AJ seems to be the stumbling block now during the AJ/Wilder talks (which appear to be almost dead in the water) whereas Wilder was the villain of the piece originally over the $$$. The devil was in the detail, as the saying goes, and when the dollar moved up to $8m for Wilder it was AJ who threw a wrench into the flywheel. Fury then threw his hat in the ring and I think it was viewed by the Wilder camp as a cakewalk. Fury is anything but fit. The harder fight for Wilder I believe is Whyte but will the Wilder team be wanting to start negotiations again with Hearn's Matchroom for a Whyte deal? Maybe sick of them by now. I think Wilder/Fury gets made for December and I think Wilder wins convincingly. And I still say its slightly too early for AJ to be fighting Wilder. Until he has overcome this R6 switchoff issue.
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    Posted here G's
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    Schedule Week-32 [10 Aug - 16 Aug] FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 Los Angeles (Estrella TV) Genaro Gamez vs. Recky Dulay- 8 rounds – lightweight Emilio Sanchez vs. Christopher Martin -8 rounds – featherweight Tampa, Florida (USA Telemundo) Daniel Lozano vs. Ricardo Franco- 10 rounds – bantamweight Catamarca, Argentina (TyC Sports) Marcela Eliana Acuna vs. Laura Griffa 10 rounds – junior featherweight (for vacant IBF title) Bangkok, Thailand (Thai Channel 7) Yutthana Kaensa vs Rolly Sumalpong - 12 rounds - vacant WBA Asia Super Flyweight Title Las Vegas, Nevada, USA (USA beIN Sports) Max Ornelas vs Raymond Tabugon - 8 rounds - bantamweight SATURDAY, AUGUST 11 Los Angeles (Facebook Watch) Jesus Rojas vs. Joseph Diaz 12 rounds – featherweight Damon Allen vs. Jonathan Navarro 8 rounds – junior welterweight Cordoba, Argentina (TyC Sports) Jose Matias Romero vs Javier Herrera 10 Rounds Super Featherweight Phoenix, Arizona BJ Flores vs. Trevor Bryan 12 rounds – heavyweight Philadelphia Eric Hunger vs. Daulis Prescott 8 rounds – featherweight Mexico City (USA beIN Sports + Mexico Televisa) Jackie Nava vs. Alys Sanchez 10 rounds – bantamweight Mariana Juarez vs. Terumi Nuki 10 rounds – bantamweight (for Juarez’s WBC title) Olavinlinna, Finland Edis Tatli vs. Frank Urquiaga 12 rounds – lightweights Robert Helenius vs. Yury Bykhautsou 8 rounds – heavyweight Accra, Ghana Patrick Allotey vs. Badru Lusambya 12 rounds – junior middleweight Ekaterinburg, Russia Dmitry Mikhaylenko vs. Alexander Kotov 10 rounds – welterweight Piazzetta Treponti, Comacchio, Ferrara, Emilia Romagna, Italy (Sport Italia) Nicola Cristofori vs Tobia Giuseppe Loriga 10 Rounds Italian Welterweight Title SUNDAY, AUGUST 12 Gatteo-a-Mare, Emilia Romagna, Italy (Sport Italia) Matteo Signani vs Riccardo Lecca 10 Rounds Middleweight
  8. 1 point
    one of my favorite knockouts ever was leonard almost decapitating donald lalonde. his horrible little mullet looked great as he crumbled to the canvas from that violent left hook to the chops.
  9. 1 point
    i wonder what mikey saw in him that makes him think he can win. you just don't pull errol spence's name out of a hat and call him out.
  10. 1 point
    I think Spence is a bit too much for Mikey, Spence can crack and loves attacking the body.
  11. 1 point
    spence is a bigger jump by far. delahoya was shot and had to lose 7 pounds to make 47 for the first time in a decade
  12. 1 point
    Im not; Chisora is way past his best - Wilder should take on Whyte; he has already managed to duck him once!
  13. 1 point
    Very good performance by Dillian, he looked incredinbly strong and now has to be considered a serious contender; he fucks up Wilder on that performance for sure!!
  14. 1 point
    Yeah I know Mex, thats why I went with the "If" he uses height and reach. But more than Mikey drawing him in I think he is going to want to fight to prove a point and draw himself in, and that might be a big mistake.
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    THIS JUST IN! Former welterweight champions Danny "Swift" Garcia and "Showtime" Shawn Porter are set to battle for the vacant WBC 147-pound world title on September 8th, live on Showtime. The title was previously held by Keith Thurman who vacated due to a lengthy rehabilitation from an elbow injury.
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    I think it could be similar to the Smith fight with Brook out boxing Munguia early on but not having the power to seriously hurt him which leads to Munguia coming on strong later. Might be a stoppage cause after the two tko losses im not sure Brook is as durable as Liam Smith at this point.
  17. 1 point
    You really are too kind Selij. I've got the Espn + subscription for now but i'll keep this in mind for sure if or when i cancel.
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    Zeuge looked terrible and smooth-muscled for this, carrying a lot of water too. Mouth hanging open from R2. Fielding is not worth a wank in a dirty sports sock and it wasnt so much as him winning it but Zeuge losing it, maybe even to a damaged jaw. I think Zeuge would relish a rematch in a few months time.
  20. 1 point
    Did Matthysse really, really want it ? His body language told me other wise. But I take nothing away from Pacroid's performance. Looks like the years of PED abuse have finally caught up wth him though. He has a congenital heart ailment that showed up in an angiogram a week before the fight. Source
  21. 1 point
    WEEK 30 Friday, July 27 Microestadio Municipal, Hurlingham, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentina TyC Sports) "Boxeo de Primera" Diego Ramirez vs Sergio Liendo 10 rounds, interim WBO Latino Welterweight Title Plus undercard Club Social y Deportivo El Porvenir, Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentina TNT Sports) Javier Maciel vs Davi Eliasquevici 10 rounds, middleweights Club Sportivo Barracas, Buenos Aires, Argentina (DeporTV) Federico Pedraza vs Walter Leiva 6 rounds, featherweights Mexico City (USA Telemundo) Saul "Baby" Juarez vs. Mario Andrade, 10 rounds, WBC Latino Light Flyweight Title Kevin Salgado Zambrano vs.TBA, 6 rounds, junior middleweights Osvaldo Saul Nunez Medina vs. Kevin Nunez, 6 rounds, featherweights Geovanni De Jesus Godinez vs. TBA, 6 rounds. featherweights Xiamen, China: (China CCTV5) Sho Kimura vs. Froilan Saludar, 12 rounds, for Kimura's WBO flyweight title Knockout CP Freshmart vs. Chaozhong Xiong, 12 rounds, for CP Freshmart's WBA strawweight title Plus undercard Bolton Whites Hotel, Bolton, Lancs, England: Ben Sheedy vs Matt Wigglesworth BBBofC Central Area Middleweight Title David Price vs. TBA, 8 or 10 rounds, heavyweights Jimmy Kilrain Kelly vs TBA Jazza Dickens vs TBA Plus undercard Rainton Meadows Arena, Tyne and Wear, England (Freesports UK) TP Ward vs Alvaro Rodriguez 10 rounds, vacant IBF European Super Bantamweight Title Plus undercard Laredo Energy Center, Laredo, Texas, USA (USA beIN Sports en Espanol) Jorge Castaneda vs. Carlos Villarreal, 10 rounds, junior lightweights Randy Moreno (Ochoa) vs. Victor Rosas, 8 rounds, junior lightweights Cristina Fuentes vs. Briana Gonzalez, 6X2 rounds, female junior bantamweights Jorge Ramos vs Eric Manriquez 6 rounds, super bantamweights Joshua Juarez vs. Miguel Morales, 5 rounds, light heavyweights Jose Martinez vs. Israel Camacho, 4 rounds, junior welterweights Rafael Morales (Debut) vs. Cesar Castro, 4 rounds, welterweights Larizza Martinez vs Nina Gallegos 4X3 female super lightweights Hotel El Prado, Barranquilla, Colombia: Jose Soto vs Jose Antonio Jiminez 10 rounds, WBO Latino Flyweight Title Luis Lebron vs. Milner Marcano, 10 rounds, WBO Latino Featherweight Title Jeyvier Cintron vs. Gregory Vera, 8 rounds, WBO Youth Bantamweight Title Metro City, Northbridge, W.Australia, Australia (Epicentre.tv) Brandon Ogilvie vs Rusmin Kie Raha 6 rounds, super lightweights Plus undercard The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia Sam Soliman vs Tej Prtap Singh 10 rounds, WBA Oceania Middleweight Title Plus undercard France (France SFR Sports) Christian Mbilli vs Ramon Aguinaga 8 rounds, WBC Youth World Middleweight Title Plus undercard Saturday, July 28 Kissimmee, Florida (Boxnation UK & ESPN+) Christopher Diaz vs. Masayuki Ito, 12 rounds, for vacant WBO junior lightweight title Gabriel Bracero vs. Artemio Reyes, 10 rounds, welterweights Esquiva Falcao vs. Jonathan Tavira, 10 rounds, middleweights Undercards (ESPN+) Henry Lebron vs. Luis Diaz, 6 rounds, junior lightweights Antonio Vargas vs. Aaron Echeveste, 6 rounds, bantamweights Vladimir Nikitin vs. Edward Kakembo, 6 rounds, featherweights Jose Lopez vs. Jesus Silveyra, 6 rounds, junior welterweights Yomar Alamon vs. Wilfredo Buelvas, 6 rounds, junior welterweights Luis Melendez vs. Vicente Loredo, 4 rounds, featherweights Staples Center, Los Angeles, Cali, USA (USA Showtime) Mikey Garcia vs. Robert Easter Jr., 12 rounds, WBC/IBF lightweight unification Fabian Maidana vs. Andrey Klimov, 10 rounds, welterweights Jamontay Clark vs. Terrell Williams, 10 rounds,TBA Luis Ortiz vs. Razvan Cojanu, 10 rounds, heavyweights Mario Barrios vs. Jose Roman, 10 rounds, junior welterweights Roberto Marroquin vs. Ricardo Nunez, 10 rounds, TBA Neri Romero vs. Jesus Aguinaga, 8 rounds, lightweights Karlos Balderas vs. Daniel Evangelista Jr, 6 rounds, TBA Brandon Ganton vs. TBA, 6 rounds, heavyweights Luis Coria vs. Guadalupe Arroyo, 6 rounds, featherweights Jerry Perez vs. TBA, 6 rounds, lightweights Ivan Delgado vs. Israel Perez, 6 rounds, junior lightweights Jose Balderas vs. Jose Alfredo Flores Chanez, 4 rounds, bantamweights Wesley Joel Diana vs. Evincii Dixon, 4 rounds, junior welterweights Lina Licona vs TBA 4X2 females O2 Arena, Greenwich, London, England (Sky Box Office PPV) Dillian Whyte vs. Joseph Parker, 12 rounds, WBC Silver Heavyweight Title, vacant WBO International Heavyweight Title Carlos Takam vs. Dereck Chisora, TBA rounds, vacant WBA International Heavyweight Title Katie Taylor vs. Kimberly Connor, 10 rounds, for Taylor's IBF/WBA female lightweight titles Nick Webb vs David Allen 10 rounds, heavyweights Joshua Buatsi vs.TBA, 10 rounds, vacant WBC International Light Heavyweight Title Anthony Fowler vs Craig O'Brien 8 rounds, super welterweights Frank Buglioni vs Emmanuel Feuzeu 8 rounds, light heavyweights Charlie Duffield vs Reinis Porozovs 4 rounds, light heavyweights Richard Riakporhe vs TBA 4 rounds, cruiserweights Conor Benn vs. Cedric Peynaud, rematch, 6 or 8 rounds, welterweights Powerade Center, Brampton, Ontario, Canada: Petros Ananyan vs. Steve Claggett, 10 rounds, IBF International Super Lightweight Title Sandy Tsagouris vs. Guadelupe Solis, 8X2 rounds, Women's IBA World Super Featherweight Title Nashville: Edwin Reyes vs. Jesus Soler, 8 rounds, flyweights Maidel Sando vs. Rashad Scott, 6 rounds, super middleweights Louisville: Carlos Dixon vs. Darel Harris, 4 rounds, featherweights Batyr Ahkmedov vs. Ismael Barroso, 10 rounds, junior welterweights Joshua Temple vs. Alexander Brunson, 6 rounds, cruiserweights Alycia Baumgardner vs. Christina Linardatou, 6 rounds, female junior lightweights JaNelson Bocachica vs. Noel Esqueda, 6 rounds, welterweights Wilfredo Flores vs. TBA, 4 rounds, lightweights Casino de Deauville, Calvados, France (France L'Equipe) Maxime Beaussire vs Cedric Pate 8 rounds, super welterweights Plus undercard Monaco Hotel & Resort, Cordoba, Argentina (Argentina TyC Sports) "Boxeo de Primera" Matias Rueda vs Cesar Antin 12 rounds, lightweights Plus undercard Stadio del Baseball, Roma, Lazio, Italy (SportItalia) Giovanni de Carolis vs Roberto Cocco 10 rounds, vacant Italy Super Midleweight Title Plus undercard Galaktika Centre, Estosadok, Russia (RCC WEB-DL ??) Gor Yeritsyan vs Ali Funeka 8 rounds, welterweights Plus undercard
  22. 1 point
    Smith beat a boxer called Jason Welborn to win the British title in 2014 and decided - or was badly advised - to bypass any European action and go straight for the jugular. The inevitable happend vs. Ginger. I had him winning the first 3 rounds on Saturday, but the predictions all came true (mine included) and the seemingly defence-less Hi-Me who walks onto an extraordinary amount of punches came thru good. Its onwards and upwards for him but I predict a short career and a Ricky Hatton styled face, unless he can sort his defence out. Another Smith brother fades into the wilderness.
  23. -1 points
    I'm probably betting Munguia by stoppage. Munguia is a crappy boxer, but he is huge at 154. Size matters. He is a weight bully who wins with his physicality & power...not skill. Liam Smith has slow feet & uses a high guard for defence, a lot of catching shots on his gloves. I dont think that's a good thing to rely on when Munguia is teeing off on you. Jaime is also a hard body puncher which is how Canelo stopped Liam in their fight. So yeah i'm interested in seeing the odds on Munguia tko.
  24. -1 points
    i still say oscar sold out. he should have beaten pac.