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 on: January 26, 2018, 03:57:18 PM 
Started by The Hurricane - Last post by Red
Usyk v Bredis is on free to air on the ITV Box Office channel tomorrow.  Should be a quality fight followed by Gassiev v Dorticos next weekend on ITV4.

It's just been announced that Groves v Eubank will be 16.95 and Smith v Braehmer will be 9.95 on PPV.  I'm not sure that there is enough interest in Smith currently for people to part with him a tenner to watch him against Braehmer.

I hope people do support smith via PPV, but you may have a point.

 72 
 on: January 26, 2018, 03:48:27 PM 
Started by The Hurricane - Last post by The Hurricane
Usyk v Bredis is on free to air on the ITV Box Office channel tomorrow.  Should be a quality fight followed by Gassiev v Dorticos next weekend on ITV4.

It's just been announced that Groves v Eubank will be 16.95 and Smith v Braehmer will be 9.95 on PPV.  I'm not sure that there is enough interest in Smith currently for people to part with him a tenner to watch him against Braehmer.

 73 
 on: January 26, 2018, 01:40:43 PM 
Started by Dexter_Morgan - Last post by The Hurricane
I know that there are two world title fights on the card but holding this at the o2 seems a bit optimistic to be given the opponents in both bouts.  I can't see the card being cancelled after the fiasco of having to pull the 10th of February card but I can't see ticket sales for this being great.

 74 
 on: January 26, 2018, 09:04:53 AM 
Started by Dexter_Morgan - Last post by Red
I think murray will have a go but he's a bit one-paced and BJS should hit & move to a points win.

It's also been a while since Martin made 160 too..

 75 
 on: January 26, 2018, 07:55:08 AM 
Started by Dexter_Morgan - Last post by jimjack
The fight is on the 14th of April actually looking forward to this should be reasonably competitive however I would expect BJS to win.

Based on his last fight Bjs will win wide on pts, based on 2 fights ago...he loses

 76 
 on: January 25, 2018, 07:04:03 PM 
Started by Dexter_Morgan - Last post by Dexter_Morgan
The fight is on the 14th of April actually looking forward to this should be reasonably competitive however I would expect BJS to win.

 77 
 on: January 25, 2018, 04:13:41 PM 
Started by Vlad The Impaler - Last post by GOD
Spence looked good, but it was an ideal fight for him to look good in. We know that Peterson is game and willing to stand and trade and that was never going to work out well against a big 47 pounder like Spence. As soon as Peterson landed flush with the right hand and Spence didn't blink the writing was on the wall.

I like Spence's attitude, he's very confident but he's not a d*ckhead (surprising really considering he hangs around with the Charlo's who are cast iron clowns) I want to see him in with the likes of Thurman, Crawford, Porter, etc and I think he's more than willing to make those fights so we should see some great action at 147 in the next year.

Thurman wants an April tune up and Spence wants a homecoming in May, but after that I see no reason why they can't meet in Autumn. If Thurman isn't ready then lets see a Crawford/Spence title unification made first.

There's an interview where Thurman basically ruled out fighting Spence in 2018...it's the one where he says Spence is not on his 'to do list'

 78 
 on: January 25, 2018, 09:10:28 AM 
Started by AO88 - Last post by lurkyshaka
Selby had a real aura around him for a bit, but his profile has completely dropped off the radar in recent times.



Yeah he made the mistake of taking the Haymon dollar and invisible Al killed all his career momentum. But this is a big chance for Selby to boost his profile on home shores again. This fight will capture the imagination. After all the back and forth we'll see if it actually delivers.

 79 
 on: January 25, 2018, 09:04:15 AM 
Started by The Hurricane - Last post by Red
Have to admit my two stadium experiences if fights were both great...Calzaghe Kessler and Hatton Lazcano both had tremendous atmospheres even though the view for either fight wasn't up to much (too high up in the top tier for Calzaghe, too low on the ground seats for Hatton).

I do think the spectacle of a stadium fight is something to behold but these days stadiums and arenas both suffer from the same issues...........dickheads in the crowd.

I was at Lazcano and whilst i enjoyed the day and the unique atmosphere, as far as watching the fight went I prefered it on television  Grin

(and i was quite close to the apron)

 80 
 on: January 25, 2018, 09:02:52 AM 
Started by AO88 - Last post by Red
Selby had a real aura around him for a bit, but his profile has completely dropped off the radar in recent times.


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