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huge fights in the near future
« on: March 31, 2014, 02:37:33 am »
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bradley vs pacquiao

martinez vs cotto

mayweather js vs maidana


!!!!!!

i got everyone who i wrote first.. i think bradley wins legit this time vs pac.

cotto could def beat martinez the way he's been fighting lately... if martinez is healthy i got him.. if not, going to be a rough fight for him.. cotto is banging lately.

mayweather jr obviously.. but maidana is no joke.. jr is just unbeatable right now so.. can't wait to see how he dissects maidana.

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Re: huge fights in the near future
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2014, 05:14:19 am »
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bradley vs pacquiao

martinez vs cotto

mayweather js vs maidana


!!!!!!

i got everyone who i wrote first.. i think bradley wins legit this time vs pac.

cotto could def beat martinez the way he's been fighting lately... if martinez is healthy i got him.. if not, going to be a rough fight for him.. cotto is banging lately.

mayweather jr obviously.. but maidana is no joke.. jr is just unbeatable right now so.. can't wait to see how he dissects maidana.

;f

I see pacquiao outboxing bradley like he did against rios, but bradley doesn't have the knockout power to pose any threat to pacquiao and so i see pacquiao hurting bradley a lot but won't be able to knock him out maybe wobble him like ruslan did, i don't see much from bradley, as he knows how to box but extraordinary skills he doesn't have. so i see it to pacquiao by unanimous decision.

Mayweather obviously would defeat maidana, maidana is slow, flat footed and comes against him straight away, like ortiz mayweather didn't find any difficulty in those type of fighters and wears them down and the last few rounds he finishes them off.

Martinez vs cotto, its close to call, because of martinez's age i feel he may lose as well as coach in the picture, but i don't think they will be able to get past his speed as roach claims and reflex, cotto won't be able to hit him with a good power shot to win.

but they are good fights for sure, also froch vs groves, close last time, they are also hoping to get chavez jr vs golovkin on july, would be a real opponent for golovkin.

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Re: huge fights in the near future
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2014, 07:55:09 pm »
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bradley vs pacquiao

martinez vs cotto

mayweather js vs maidana


!!!!!!

i got everyone who i wrote first.. i think bradley wins legit this time vs pac.

cotto could def beat martinez the way he's been fighting lately... if martinez is healthy i got him.. if not, going to be a rough fight for him.. cotto is banging lately.

mayweather jr obviously.. but maidana is no joke.. jr is just unbeatable right now so.. can't wait to see how he dissects maidana.

;f

I see pacquiao outboxing bradley like he did against rios, but bradley doesn't have the knockout power to pose any threat to pacquiao and so i see pacquiao hurting bradley a lot but won't be able to knock him out maybe wobble him like ruslan did, i don't see much from bradley, as he knows how to box but extraordinary skills he doesn't have. so i see it to pacquiao by unanimous decision.

Mayweather obviously would defeat maidana, maidana is slow, flat footed and comes against him straight away, like ortiz mayweather didn't find any difficulty in those type of fighters and wears them down and the last few rounds he finishes them off.

Martinez vs cotto, its close to call, because of martinez's age i feel he may lose as well as coach in the picture, but i don't think they will be able to get past his speed as roach claims and reflex, cotto won't be able to hit him with a good power shot to win.

but they are good fights for sure, also froch vs groves, close last time, they are also hoping to get chavez jr vs golovkin on july, would be a real opponent for golovkin.

oooh chavez jr vs golovkin ??? ? ?

nice..

I guess i'd have to go with chavez jr for that fight.




man bradley was bringing it early on.. after the end of the ~5th round, he was sort of limping.. then the fight changed. His body just can't handle all of those intense slips/movements he does in the ring, sucks..

pacquiao's composure/conditioning was very impressive.. never tired at any moment.

slightly disappointed because i wanted bradley to win.


can't wait for pbf/maidana and cotto/martinez.

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Re: huge fights in the near future
« Reply #3 on: April 14, 2014, 06:47:11 am »
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Man that was a great fight. Pacquiao was expected to be aggressive but minimizer as Bradley won't go down and is wanting to counter punch.

First few rounds Bradley had the right style to beat pacquiao. Box smart and counter punch.
But Bradleys downfall was his game plan what was Diaz thinking? they tried to rely heavily on counter punching trying to use Marquez blue print but that punch shouldn't have expected to do as much Marquez firstly is a more power puncher than bradley  in one round he landed a shot like it but pacquiao dazed but got foot so not much power
Also pacquiao would have trained to be cautious but the main thing of relying landing that for the game plan was ridiculous. Marquez has more power as well. So his counter punch tactic was bad tactic. Bradley would get careless sometimes and go head to head which would be his downfall. Also most of the time he was swinging wild power shots which I found was tiring and especially when they missed and that was the factor that made Bradley change during last few rounds he was tiring quickly. Pacquiao was aggressive right amount and fast and smart.

What's up with PACs mom in the crowd as if cursing the match or something Lol

Then they changed their game plan at last few rounds to go toe to toe.

Pacquiao took it to his advantage and punished him against the ropes but asking too much for ko.

If Bradley boxed smart like few rounds and forget power counter punch rubbish it would have probably won. As I was scared at the beginning Bradley was using correct he plan and only mild counter punch and defense was hard for pacquiao because of his cautiousness to not just jump in.

One point Bradley was at the ropes saying for Manny to come and would try counter and get ko like silly Marquez plan and show it was not good as it was pacquiao being cautious and Bradley was not fast enoght a counter puncher. Because they beat Marquez doesn't mean they can beat pacquiao using his style as styles make fight. Bradley should have only boxed smart, mild counter punches avoid wild power shots and he could have won.

If Marquez wins Marquez vs pacquiao 5 next on September and Manny can redeem loss and be back on track I hope Floyd isn't going to duck him with excuses.

It was a good fight but better than first fight and Bradley is a more smart boxer shouldn't change his style to a power counter puncher doesn't work for him.

Is the killer instinct there not as much as before but its not necessarily bad as that would make him smart and not careless as he once was especially against Bradley he had to be cautious but for against quick but less powerfully punchers he can jump in and go crazy on him
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Re: huge fights in the near future
« Reply #4 on: April 22, 2014, 06:23:00 am »
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Paulie vs porter I was expecting an exciting fight but after i saw how malignaggi looked he didn't look that good, but porter he had the good style of coming in powerful and then stepping out and knocking out malignaggi, now i know fight with kell brook would be good. both undefeated.

bernard hopkins an alien as always, shumenov had a bad game plan he just seemed to not be active at all making not good tactics and low combinations, so bernard won and also the ability to knock this guy out was amazing and the silly score from one judge who scored it for shumenov lol.

Upcoming fights

Erislandy lara vs saul canelo in July : going to be a good fight.
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So, verily, with every difficulty, there is relief.
Holy Quran 94:5
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5 toe to heel steps = 148cm
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�Strength comes from the legs, Power comes from the torso and Speed comes from the arm.� � Al Vermeil

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