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Garcia vs peterson, lee vs quillin
« on: April 13, 2015, 03:06:36 pm »
It was an exciting night of fighting

The first fight in the first round looked like quilling would take it easy, but in the later rounds lee was boxing was being carefull and that knockout settled the score to a draw, i knew it was a close fight, quillin started wearing out and lee was using his reach effectively and being patient to counter

the peterson vs garcia match was my favourite, as the first few rounds peterson running mostly, which caused him the fight, but in the later rounds he was schooling garcia, if only he had done this from the beginning he would have won maybe or garcia could have got his left but didn't see it much so it is unlikely he would have got him.

some taunting from peterson which is unusual, impressed with peterson's conditioning and skills not so much with garcia, still the same, who manages to grab a win.
nothing new from garcia, he is very close to losing.

great fights.
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Re: Garcia vs peterson, lee vs quillin
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2015, 02:37:49 pm »
lee/quillen was great.

Lee proves again that when you get comfortable against him, he can flatten you. So much power. Controversial scoring because one judge didn't score a knockdown, but he was actually correct. Quillen was stepping on Lee's foot.

very disappointed in peterson's performance.. he could have been punching more. His movement/conditioning/speed was great. All he had to do was throw more punches. Peterson was bringing it at the end of the fight, really hurting Garcia. He just waited way too long before turning it up. BLEH! Danny Garcia failed to impress again. Like you said, same old. Didn't see much improvement.

great matchups though. love what nbc is doing.