Official 2019 Boxing Thread:5/25 - Ito vs. Herring ESPN, Trout vs. Gausha FS1, Haney vs. Moran DAZN

Discussion in 'Sports & Training' started by Bobby Layne, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. Bobby Layne

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    I wish Mikey would have just had a comeback fight at 140, and fought the winner of the tournament.

    If he really wanted the Pac fight, he could have just skipped Spence and gotten it in July. He gets a lot of credit for being a "businessman" but these last two moves really don't make much sense.

    Mikey looked like **** at 147 physically, and while DSG isn't necessarily a big WW I wouldn't call him a small one either.

     
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  2. yungmatt

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    I see the same thing
     
  3. Yeah I'm riding with Danny vs Mikey for sure.

    Will be a good fight in the summer. They can spin the Garcia / Garcia thing.. PR vs Mexico / Both trained by family members etc.

    Sign me up for it. I think Danny comes out swinging.
     
  4. millenial

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    Madrimov already ranked #7 by IBF even tho he's only 2-0 in his pro career. He had 475 amateur fights, a potential problem for all the top 154 guys. Rojas was still out when they put him on the stretcher here

     
  5. ^ damn that was a nasty ko.. kooty front runner.

    Reminds me of a quicker more agile 3G
     
  6. R32NicoGTR

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    maybe stupid question.. But did anyone notice Danny Jacobs ask for gatorade during the break during his Canelo fight? I thought only water was allowed in the corner.
     
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    Not surprised dude was dehydrated avoiding the inevitable jump to 168
     
  8. millenial

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    Wilder has apparently put on weight for this fight, said hes 226 lbs right now

     
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  10. Sonny Corinthos

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    What the heck was his weight before ? I'm 185 and don't look heavy
     
  11. millenial

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    He was 209 on the night of the fight vs Fury

     
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  13. nikeotaku

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    *cringe*
     
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    Wilder/Breazeale Weigh-in, Wilder 223lbs, Breazeale 255lbs

     
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    Wilder trying to get his weight up huh

    I always thought giving up 40lbs or whatever to Joshua and Fury might hurt him in those matches, on top of him not being the most skilled dude.

    Between the weight gain and all this catching a body in the ring talk I’m actually pretty interested to see how he’s gonna perform this weekend.
     
  16. illphillip

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    Broner gon’ Broner.
     
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  17. Bobby Layne

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  18. millenial

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    Monster with another 2nd rd finish
     
  19. boxer15

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    Inoue going to take Donaire’s soul.
     
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  21. millenial

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    Joyce vs Ustinov time, rare to see 544 lbs in the boxing ring, Joyce 6'6 261 lbs, Ustinov 6'8 283 lbs
     
  22. yungmatt

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    Inoue is a different breed
     
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  23. millenial

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    Billy Joe time
     
  24. Inoue needs to capitalize soon. Small guys like him do not seem to have much longevity in the sport.
     
  25. millenial

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    What are the big money fights for him?