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Srisaket Sor Rungvisai is a bad man!

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Chocolatito came in the ring looking like he had just go some real bad news prior to the walkout. But Rungvisai is the real deal. What sayeth yee blokes :?:esmile 

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Choco struggled with his size, southpaw stance & akward physical style. Definetly a bad matchup. Rungvisai has a loss on his record to Cuadras who is a boxer mover type so I'd like to check that fight out next to see exactly what went down. The Naoya vs Rungvisai sounds good.

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What a performance, he completely dominated the fight - his timing was incredibly good!

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wait a minute....I thought it was against the law for members of this forum to see anyone under 140.

 

what gives?

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Thai fighter are always strong Sor gave chocolatito hell for  16 rds props to a great win. As far as roman at 115 he's been unable to really hurt his opponents and at the same time he's taken a lot of damage and when it comes to the little guys the end comes sudden

Inoue has always been the heir apparent to king of the minis , now he has matured physically , he seems to have cement in his hands him and Sor should be a bang up fight 

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did you forget these guys are 115?  why are you in this thread?

 

oh yeah, because that was some fucking badass boxing, thats why.

admit it.

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It was an entertaining night of fights I must agree. I was mainly watching so that i can get familiar with these guys, i like the idea of possibly wagering on them in the future. But yeah it was good action. I still don't think Choco was ever p4p #1 but I respect what he did in his career.

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16 hours ago, JosueB said:

It was an entertaining night of fights I must agree. I was mainly watching so that i can get familiar with these guys, i like the idea of possibly wagering on them in the future. But yeah it was good action. I still don't think Choco was ever p4p #1 but I respect what he did in his career.

of course you dont think he was P4P you dont even know what style he fights , you claim he is a slugger :madlol

 P4P is 80% opinion but there still is criteria please enlighten us on yours for P4P  criteria, surely having seen him 3 times it must be vast :pms

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one criteria that is hardly mentioned is using offense as defense.  choco could throw 3-4 punch combo while still bending his waist side to side and blocking with the hand he just threw.

 

chavez sr. could do that, too.

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14 hours ago, mexfighter said:

one criteria that is hardly mentioned is using offense as defense.  choco could throw 3-4 punch combo while still bending his waist side to side and blocking with the hand he just threw.

 

chavez sr. could do that, too.

interesting criteria for P4P there Mex :coffee

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