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Zab Juda vs Garcia
« on: April 29, 2013, 05:03:11 am »
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No body saw this fight. I am suprised.

Man was Zab juda a beast he got punched so hard right on the jaw his leg wobbled but he was able to stop himself from getting knocked down. this happen at least 3 times, 2 major wobbles he survived until the last few rounds juda was messing garcia up badly but it was in the last few rounds so didn't get enough.

if he started like from the beginning, who knows.
but garcia was more of power rather then speed, he would approach slowly and then swing hard or fake swing then swing with the other arm.

But it was a good fight in the end.

Amir khan vs julio diaz was slow at the start, khan with his fast hand jab but later in the round julio diaz knocked him out, but because he was unstable tangled and then got dropped then got up and he got punched and a little wobbly a few times but he kept to his plan move attack and grab. jab.

but i don't he will be any good in the future, his chin is really and his defence and his accuracy is letting him down most of his punches didn't hit the target.

martinez had a close call, he got knocked out but not terribly wobbly style punched him falling on his ass, then he recovered, he has a funny style with arms down at the side, but he is quick with snappy jabs but martin had his guard up making it hard for martinez. but martinez got it done in the end to earn him the victory.
i think ko punches are out of the question for martinez from now on maybe i hope not.

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Re: Zab Juda vs Garcia
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2013, 07:24:01 pm »
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i saw half of it, what a great night of fights.. so many damn fights, all of them good.. i kind of thoguht martinez lost.. i need to see the WHOLE judah/garcia fight though.. props to judah, garcia is legit and he hung.

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Re: Zab Juda vs Garcia
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2013, 12:35:46 pm »
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i saw half of it, what a great night of fights.. so many damn fights, all of them good.. i kind of thoguht martinez lost.. i need to see the WHOLE judah/garcia fight though.. props to judah, garcia is legit and he hung.

I think because of martin murray was really slow and not very active at the beginning it really affected his score but in the later rounds
he was picking martinez apart but martinez started to quickly regain in the last few rounds.

but it was definitely a close fight, i don't know why martinez started slow as well, he was looking to get in the face but couldn't he had his guards high and was probably cocky that he was fast enough and defensive enough to win. but at the end he knew the other guy was winning rounds and hurting martinez.

there was some dirty tactics on martins side maybe accidental i don't know like too low, back of head punches, etc.
but martinez didn't impress me in that fight.
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Re: Zab Juda vs Garcia
« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2013, 03:04:04 pm »
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i saw half of it, what a great night of fights.. so many damn fights, all of them good.. i kind of thoguht martinez lost.. i need to see the WHOLE judah/garcia fight though.. props to judah, garcia is legit and he hung.

I think because of martin murray was really slow and not very active at the beginning it really affected his score but in the later rounds
he was picking martinez apart but martinez started to quickly regain in the last few rounds.

but it was definitely a close fight, i don't know why martinez started slow as well, he was looking to get in the face but couldn't he had his guards high and was probably cocky that he was fast enough and defensive enough to win. but at the end he knew the other guy was winning rounds and hurting martinez.

there was some dirty tactics on martins side maybe accidental i don't know like too low, back of head punches, etc.
but martinez didn't impress me in that fight.

ya martin's defence bugged martinez.. he also looked so much bigger.. that was a very tough fight for martinez. any idea what happened to sergio's hand?

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Re: Zab Juda vs Garcia
« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2013, 06:54:01 pm »
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Well they said he fractured his hands again.
sign of old age creeping up maybe.

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From espn
with a right knee injury, broken left hand and bad cut over his left eye.
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Martinez broke his left hand in the second round when he caught Murray with a shot on the elbow. The fracture is in a different place than the one he had in the fight with Chavez, DiBella said.
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Although Martinez pronounced himself in perfect health going into the fight with Murray -- "All of my injuries have healed 100 percent," he told ESPN.com a few days before the bout -- it turned out they were not.

"He was never fully recovered from the knee surgery," said DiBella, noting that the injury made it very hard for Martinez to plant his feet. "The knee was OK early in the training camp but it wasn't perfect. But with three weeks left in camp, it got much worse. He probably would have postponed the fight if was in a normal arena. He was damaged goods going in against Murray."
he could be out for 2013  :o

http://espn.go.com/boxing/story/_/id/9223838/injuries-likely-keep-sergio-martinez-fighting-rest-2013
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