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seifullaah73

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canelo vs lara - a boxing lesson
« on: July 13, 2014, 02:20:07 pm »
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It was an interesting fight, lara who fought angulo knocked by this power puncher and then canelo who found it hard against trout and they face each other, which is each others weakness.

So the fight started well for lara he was making shots to the head of lara, effectively and lara tries to catch him but only gets 1 or 2 combinations on him, so lara is like this for up to 5 rounds. canelo starts increasing chance of landing body shot combinations and lara starts to slow down and moves less and gets caught by canelo but still able to get back. but lara is a slick fighter hit and running, he has a good combination, but not very good in landing large combinations, as it was a few and move. until the last few lara starts moving again and got cut on his eyes, then last round canelo let it go and just started going all out towards lara but lara avoiding and moving well. the scoring was close and for me it was very close to call it, that if I had to chose it would have been canelo because of his combination and last rounds than lara's few combinations and multiple pot shots or maybe a draw. but would not be interested in seeing the rematch too much moving around by lara to get points by hit and run.

canelo vs cotto??? interesting match up would love to see that fight. winner gets mayweather on september 2015.
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Re: canelo vs lara - a boxing lesson
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2014, 08:40:10 pm »
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I'd love to see Canelo/Cotto :) The way cotto has been fighting, I think he'd put a hurting on Canelo.


Mannnn, Lara disappointed me. For the most part he boxed magnificently.. He just needed to throw more punches. I don't get it. All of that skill, all of that great movement which was making Canelo miss by a mile, ... And he lets the judges pick the fight. Had he thrown more punches he could have won decisively.. He has serious skills.

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Re: canelo vs lara - a boxing lesson
« Reply #2 on: July 14, 2014, 03:25:30 am »
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Exactly, he had the skills to win but...meh
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