Correctly predicted Portugal to win Euro 2016
- Oct 31, 2012
Geez had no business being in the ring with Canelo this morning. Looks like BJS is confirmed. That’s 3 fights in 5 months — Canelo’s a beast.
No chance mate was in bed for 10pm! Lockdown has put an end to any late night I might have again. Watched it on a shite YouTube when get upDid you stay up to watch it. Props to you if you did....no bloody way I was killing myself to watch Canelo hit a heavy bag with legs
It's like they cut his name off halfway through typing it.The all New Zealand Heavyweight collision between ex WBO Champ Joseph Parker and unbeaten Junior Fa just ended.
Sounds like a cracking fight.
Parker got the unanimous decision but the margins varied wildly.
What do you think of this? Obviously BJS will put up more of a contest but I think Canelo runs through him relatively comfortably too.Geez had no business being in the ring with Canelo this morning. Looks like BJS is confirmed. That’s 3 fights in 5 months — Canelo’s a beast.
Yeah, I don’t think BJS offers much resilience. I think it was probably an interesting fight about 3-4 years ago — Canelo runs through him, pretty much. Happy news too — seeing as the guy is basically pond scum.What do you think of this? Obviously BJS will put up more of a contest but I think Canelo runs through him relatively comfortably too.
Also in a way does Canelo's current achievements serve to cement GGG's ability? Considering that Golovkin arguably won the first and the second was very close too, especially at the age he was, when so many others look like they can't hang with Canelo at all.
Yeah that is how I see it too. Although I do think that GGG was unfortunate in that he wasn't given the fights he deserved in his prime because he was high risk, low reward. How I wish boxing was able to force these fights more!!Yeah, I don’t think BJS offers much resilience. I think it was probably an interesting fight about 3-4 years ago — Canelo runs through him, pretty much. Happy news too — seeing as the guy is basically pond scum.
On the Golovkin stuff - I’d say GGG probably won the first fight, and I say it goes some ways to cement his legacy. His CV might not *quite* stack up, and he never did push up weight, but he’s certainly one of the exceptional middleweights we’ve seen in the past however many years.
I reckon I hear more from him than I do my parents. Every bloody day running his mouth about something. He’s rapidly becoming the most annoying boxer out thereSo happy to see Josh Taylor vs. Jose Ramirez get made. I don't think there's a fight this year I'd be more excited about with the possible exception of a certain heavyweight fight. Taylor a clear-cut favorite, but the styles figure to blend well and I think Ramirez will bring out the best in him. The winner will be a deserving pound-for-pound entrant (I mean Taylor surely already is), and if Taylor wins, he'll be Britain's first four belt undisputed champ, and Scotland's first undisputed champion period since Ken Buchanan in 1971. Ramirez would the the first four-belt undisputed boxer of Mexican origin too. So, some nice little history there.
Winner would also be a fantastic opponent for Teofimio Lopez if he moves up and decides he wants to have some fights away from social media, or even the winner could go up and challenge Crawford since Crawford can't get a decent opponent at welterweight.
I don’t like him at all either, not sure what it is but there’s a certain arrogance to him.
I’d love it if Kambosis knocked him out and I don’t think that fights quite as one-sided as everyone’s making outI'd say him, Devin Haney, and Ryan Garcia are the three worst in that regard.
That’s brilliant man, should be a great fight. Chocolatito is a wonderful fighter to watch great combinations I hope he wins.Just booked to go to Dallas next weekend for Estrada vs. Chocolatito II. As some of you in here know, I've been a big fan of both these guys for a long, long time. Dating back to before they first fought each other in 2012. Expecting another thriller here, but make Estrada a clear-cut favorite.
Apparently a very poor atmosphere and attendance.Just got back from Dallas and wow what a fight that was last night. One of the absolute finest I’ve ever witnessed. I think a draw or even a Chocolatito win would have been more fair but I guess they’ll go again.
great fight, was very hard to score, I had Cocolatito just about edging it, although I can see why others would disagree. The earlier fight was shaping up also, the 4 ft 10 fella v the Japanese fighter, bad hand break for himJust got back from Dallas and wow what a fight that was last night. One of the absolute finest I’ve ever witnessed. I think a draw or even a Chocolatito win would have been more fair but I guess they’ll go again.
It was limited capacity due to Covid. Now Dallas is open to normal capacity but that was only announced in the last week so they still went with the limited capacity. I’ve been to a number of these cards with these fighters (Estrada-Chocolatito) and they are usually all in LA. I think by the time either fights again it will be in LA as that’s the bigger fan base. I think they’ll sell well but it being a hardcore fight fans fight, the Forum, for example would be like half full only.Apparently a very poor atmosphere and attendance.
Hopefully they'll get a better venue next time but superb fight nevertheless.
The Wilder fight was supposed to be a 3 parter but never happened. It will go down to the politics, might only see one fight.I still hate this 2 or 3 fight series bollocks. By all means say there would probably be a rematch clause if the loser wants one but hype it up as only the first fight is important.