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 71 
 on: December 05, 2017, 09:34:23 PM 
Started by Dexter_Morgan - Last post by lurkyshaka
Its a purists dream, but both of these can punch too. I think the explosiveness of this fight might be a surprise factor. They are both insanely skillful and fast. Its too knife edge a fight in terms of ability to give the other guy any kind of opportunity, so I expect to see them both looking to do some damage and make power a factor.


 72 
 on: December 05, 2017, 09:28:34 PM 
Started by dmp - Last post by lurkyshaka
Cotto was ruined by the cheating bastard

I wouldn't go that far....he enjoyed plenty of success after that fight. Didn't seem to change him in either his mindset or physicality. Still seemed the same fighter he'd always been.

 73 
 on: December 05, 2017, 09:22:26 PM 
Started by Dexter_Morgan - Last post by Dexter_Morgan
I think its going to be a cracker and do favour Lomachenko to get the win however Rigo will make it a fight. Build has been poor even UK promotion wise.

The Lomachenko coin video was pretty impressive if real :-)

 74 
 on: December 05, 2017, 08:51:53 PM 
Started by dmp - Last post by dmp
Cotto was ruined by the cheating bastard

 75 
 on: December 05, 2017, 08:16:19 PM 
Started by Dexter_Morgan - Last post by Driscoll
4 days away from this and not a single post on it in 2 months  Undecided

To be fair the build up from Top Rank has been quite poor, Rigoís been Saying a lot on his social media and Loma has put up a few insane videos on his but other than that itís been rather quiet.

Howís everyone see this one playing out? Going by form I would have to side with Lomachenko beating him by a wide UD but remember everyone thought Donaire was going to beat Rigo and he absolutely pasted him, total 50/50 boxing chess match in my eyes and got no doubt these 2 are going to put on a boxing show for sure.

I think jumping up 2 weights is a bridge too far for Rigo. The weight below wouldíve been very interesting.

Can I order this as 1 off or do I have subscribed to BN?

 76 
 on: December 05, 2017, 07:07:18 PM 
Started by cowboy55 - Last post by cowboy55
When the boxing hall of shame can induct a little prick ;ike Steve Albert and continue to ignore the living shit out of my grandfather Pete"the grey Ghost" Reilly who did more for boxing in it's early years than and F'ing sports castrator and they stil ignore him.I have no respect for that sham of an institution Angry Angry Angry Angry Angry

 77 
 on: December 05, 2017, 06:45:06 PM 
Started by Dexter_Morgan - Last post by DANIELK104
4 days away from this and not a single post on it in 2 months  Undecided

To be fair the build up from Top Rank has been quite poor, Rigoís been Saying a lot on his social media and Loma has put up a few insane videos on his but other than that itís been rather quiet.

Howís everyone see this one playing out? Going by form I would have to side with Lomachenko beating him by a wide UD but remember everyone thought Donaire was going to beat Rigo and he absolutely pasted him, total 50/50 boxing chess match in my eyes and got no doubt these 2 are going to put on a boxing show for sure.

 78 
 on: December 04, 2017, 06:45:16 PM 
Started by dmp - Last post by wbamitch
Unfortunate the way it ended, I didnít see the Kamegai fight for any signs and the fight before that he ran Canelo very close, so only very recently he still had a lot to offer the sport. He seemed off very early and of course getting hurt a few times he really had to focus on his recovery which meant he didnít get going at all for a while. Surprisingly Ali had the power advantage and had this presence that he could put Cotto on the back foot at any time.
Cotto had a resurgence in the middle rounds but Ali comfortably took the last few to seal the fight, Ali lacked a bit of killer instinct against what did very much look like a shell of a fighter, I donít really like to use the word shot.
Khan and Brook may be looking at Ali as a great shot of a title at 154.

 79 
 on: December 04, 2017, 06:00:52 PM 
Started by glenn_user - Last post by lurkyshaka
Price's main issue now is he has no faith in his chin or stamina and that leads him to fight likes he's just waiting for the axe to drop.

He is chinny, but that in itself wouldn't necessarily be the death knell for his career. Plenty of other chinny fighters have had success, particularly when they carry destructive power in their own fists like Price does. If he had a more devil may care attitude he'd still be a very dangerous opponent for anyone because his power is certainly for real and he's got some serious size and weaponary......But he's stopped committing to his punches now, he's not snapping the jab like he means it. He fights with a clear trepidation. He burns up a lot of nervous energy and fights like a 'victim' now.

Its a shame because he seems a genuinely nice man but its hard to see how he can come back successfully. What I will say is he's training with Derry Matthews now and Derry came back to have success after being written off as fragile, so he's got a great role model there. Maybe with a few wins his confidence will grow and he can find some form.....I doubt it, but I wish him well.

 80 
 on: December 04, 2017, 01:44:05 PM 
Started by glenn_user - Last post by jaff_no1
Price looked dreadful. His stamina issues are still clearly evident. If he got tagged it looked like he was just desperate to cling on.

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