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Vargas vs Salido - WAR
« on: June 05, 2016, 01:09:27 am »
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damn.... what a war.

if any boxing fans haven't seen it yet, go find it & watch it.

non stop brutal fight.

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Re: Vargas vs Salido - WAR
« Reply #1 on: June 06, 2016, 02:42:14 pm »
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Damn, that was a non stop war, once you think vargas is getting the upper hand during that round when he rocked him salido just comes back and plows into vargas.

A blood filled brawl and it ended in a draw, which I have no problem with as it was difficult to score some went either way.

But man what a battle.

For the fans who haven't seen it

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Re: Vargas vs Salido - WAR
« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2016, 05:42:41 pm »
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Thanks for teh link!

I knew Vargas had heart, but, he showed even more than I expected. I thought he would end up on the losing side of the "who is the real killer" equation, which he did, but by round ~8 or so. That's when he switched up his game plan and started boxing more. It's impossible to just sit in there and go to war with Salido, that's his game.. So after seeing him do that round after round, I started to think it might not end well for Vargas. Yet, he probably hurt Salido more than Salido hurt him.

The last round was nuts.

Also, I love the fact that Lomanchenko wants a rematch with Salido.. There's no reason for him to make that fight, other than his urge to destroy Salido (who ended up beating him, but was way overweight on the scales etc). I'd love to see that again.. Lomanchenko had Salido badly hurt by the end of their first fight. If Lomanchenko wins this weekend, he might get that rematch.