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cotto vs rodriguez
« on: October 06, 2013, 05:12:41 am »
cotto looked AMAZING tonight.. so brutal. very impressive performance, I was surprised how hard he was throwing those left hooks (to body or head).



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Re: cotto vs rodriguez
« Reply #1 on: October 08, 2013, 07:26:50 pm »
def agree, he was aggressive, he didn't have to worry about being defensive, as his offensive always kept him away from harms away, so when he started boxing against trout, that was against him.

But now he is back, aggressive, trademark left hooks especially the right hook to left hook making the opponent dazed lol.

Cotto looked impressive and to his old self again but i don't think he would do any different against mayweather like they said, because mayweather has gotten better unless when he faced him he was his old aggressive style like he did against clottey it would have turned out more fierce then it was but i think mayweather still would have been able to come out the winner, as he was able to handle his shots well when they fought.

but i think we will truly be able to tell if it is his old self truly who faced mosley, clottey when he faces canelo and perform spectacularly.
i think that would be a good fight he should go for not martinez.

The klitschko fight....if you watched it, it was booooooring.

Klitschko was dominating throughout, i didn't like him, him always leaning, pushing after a punch just to get a ko, that just is dissapointing to think that he is a but he was powerful especially his jab, he jabbed povetkin on the head and he got ko'd lol he has a power jab and a power punch lol and he only did head shots no one body shot, champion, because it was povetkin, who is tough i guess, he didn't want to take any chance, so he resorted to dirty tactics, the leaning on his neck was just irritating, the pushing also. povetkin not being too small just couldn't get inside when ever he swang to his head he always blocked it.

at the last he pushed povetkin with one hand and landed on the floor rofl haha.

I don't know if there is anyone who has any chance of being a worthy contender to wladimir klitschko, vitali is weaker so there is more chance of defeating him, then his older brother. povetkin was just not agile enough to penetrate klitschko's tower defence.

cotto fight great, klitschko fight really boring.
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