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oldgeezer
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oldgeezer
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   Old Thread  #1481 4 Dec 2020 at 11.08pm    Login    Register
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who you got ARTHUR VS YARDE ? I think Yarde but its a dangerous fight for him and Arthurs Jab may stop the ko
jeffire
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   Old Thread  #1480 4 Dec 2020 at 10.59pm    Login    Register
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Yep saunders looked good , certainly knows how to use his head.murray not as fast as he once was which is to be expected.
oldgeezer
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   Old Thread  #1479 4 Dec 2020 at 10.22pm    Login    Register
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Yes Tennyson fast accurate and very heavy handed !! nice to watch !
and Saunders is looking good too
jeffire
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   Old Thread  #1478 4 Dec 2020 at 9.31pm    Login    Register
Tennyson didnt hang around !
oldgeezer
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   Old Thread  #1477 4 Dec 2020 at 7.36pm    Login    Register
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ARTHUR VS YARDE
I reckon should be a great match looking forward to that one tomorrow night
a dangerous fight for Yarde
jeffire
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jeffire
   Old Thread  #1476 4 Dec 2020 at 7.23pm    Login    Register
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Yes i know martin quite well , lived 8 miles away from each other until last year , cant say he is my favourite person but i would love to see him win , a very very difficult task but you never know .
oldgeezer
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   Old Thread  #1475 4 Dec 2020 at 7.00pm    Login    Register
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Martin Murray has everything to gain and nothing to lose sadly he has always fallen short at his biggest fights cant see it being any different

OH but I would love to see an upset
scozza
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   Old Thread  #1474 4 Dec 2020 at 6.42pm    Login    Register
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Should be a decent fight that, hopefully
jeffire
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   Old Thread  #1473 4 Dec 2020 at 4.08pm    Login    Register
Boxing tonight sky sport main ev 8pm
Saunders v murray ,
tazi
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tazi
   Old Thread  #1472 1 Dec 2020 at 6.23pm    Login    Register
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scozza
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   Old Thread  #1471 30 Nov 2020 at 9.29pm    Login    Register
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Its an interesting one of, what happens next?

Joshua and Pulev soon, see what happens there?

I would like to see Joyce vs. Usyk. Both will be different fighters now, Joyce jab has improved and his guard is by his chin, not near his elbow like their first fight lol. Usyk, great boxer, great movement and sharp, you have to fancy him i suppose, still, it will be the full 12 rounds not an Olympic 5 round punch fest
tazi
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tazi
   Old Thread  #1470 30 Nov 2020 at 8.13pm    Login    Register
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I canít see him stepping in the ring either with Wilder especially if heís ever in line for a shot at AJ. If not then I guess heís got to go up against Wilder to enhance any further prospects.

I believe Usyk beats Joyce.

Obviously not had the amount of fights as opposed to those who are supposedly thought of as better.

Time will tell.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #1469 30 Nov 2020 at 2.22pm    Login    Register
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I canít see Usyk wanting to step in the ring with Wilder

If that happens I would be extremely surprised

I donít think anybody who is up there would want Wilder if the truth be know, extremely dangerous fight for anybody, even Fury!

I think Joyce is Joyce, you see what you get now, a rematch with Usyk will be very interesting, I hope it happens, Joyce seems to want it?

Regarding Usyk, great boxer no doubt but a test for any boxer is a lot of fights against quality opponents with different styles. He will never be that man for me, he is 33, unless he is doing 3 fights a year up to 40 loI, agree though, has a chance of a title, time will tell how he progresses

Lets not forget Lomachenko another one of the purists and pundits favourite, struggled against Salido at the end of his career and got a proper boxing lesson the last time out against Lopez, wonder what the purists think of him now, Lopez was superb!

Simply has not had all the fights like the real top guys for me

How can you claim to be the man when you are say15 and 0 when there are men out there who have done 30, 40, 50 and 60 plus professional fights with minimum loses or draws, completely different level and should not be discussed in the same breath for me, respect to them

In this era he has a chance to shine. Time will tell if he goes down as one of the greats. Me personally, I donít think he will, if Iím wrong I will have enjoyed the show
tazi
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   Old Thread  #1468 30 Nov 2020 at 12.30pm    Login    Register
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Agree regards Fury.

Regards Wilder a punchers chance Ďmind you though so have most if they connect properlyí. However in my mind Usyk picks off Wilder as Wilder doesnít have that movement etc in his armoury.

As for Joyce that whilst he did a number on Dubois - Dubois showed very little/no defensive skills I wouldnít exactly say he was great. I learned more about Dubois than Joyce. He did a number on him, fair doís and you canít ask for anything more from him in terms of doing his job.

All I see is an heavyweight division where Fury if given the chance would clean up all of the titles, but because of how it is then Usyk entitles merit in believing he can become a champion and I believe he will.

Regards your last sentence that whilst heís 33 and his strength is his fitness he doesnít need to be a 40 plus fight real hall of famer - just a champion by taking one of those belts that are available, but should he go on to be undisputed champion then all the better for him.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #1467 30 Nov 2020 at 7.31am    Login    Register
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The fights will get harder. For me

Fury, no chance, jab job and powered out
Wilder, no chance, gets sparked, bomb!
Joshua, possibly, very dangerous fight for him
Whyte, possibly, very dangerous fight for him
Joyce, same as, he will be extremely confident going forward of doing a jab job on him now

Your right though, he has fought at heavy and took a few off DC. Time will tell if he is the real deal

To be fair though, I can see why he fancyís it, the pathway is there to be a heavyweight world champion, Joshua. Now he has been exposed I donít think any decent heavyweight would fear him

I will go back to what I said before, who is the biggest name on his record to date, Bellew who took the vacant belt, fought Flores and a WELL over the hill David Haye twice, a well passed his best DC trying to slug him out of there?

When he is the man he will get the respect he deserves for me

He has to get there first, and then hold onto it, then we will know if he is the real deal that everybody is buffing him up to be.

18 fights and zero losses, against who, Bellew and DC at the end of their careers so far...

He is also 33 years old and his strength is his fitness, is he really going to be a 40 plus fight real hall of famer, I donít think so

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