Boxing | OT | - Making the count

Ether_Snake

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Oct 29, 2017
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It's too bad Joshua ducked him. We'll never get the fight until it's not what it should have been. I don't think Joshua would stay for much longer in the sport if he loses a second time, I feel he'd retire.
 

Joe_Bush

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Oct 27, 2017
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Fury rules because he's this colorful character the media just eats up and then he gets in the ring and he's so methodical. I don't hate watching him from like a tactical standpoint but I could see the casual fan getting bored

EDIT: lmao he knocked him out right as I finished this post whoops
 

Ether_Snake

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Oct 29, 2017
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Geez look at all that head movement god damn.

And he was put in the corner and just went "nope, I'm getting out, and moving you in the corner now."
 

NinjaScooter

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Oct 25, 2017
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It won't happen or be prioritized but I think I sort of want to see Ruiz/Fury more than anything else. I think Fury's reach, power and technique ultimately win out, but still.
 

BLOODED_hands

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Oct 25, 2017
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Andrade out here trying to get that Canelo fight. Let's do it. Wanna see how he stacks against someone that's better than him defensively.

Missed out on the Charlo fights. Saw the ko from last week via YouTube though. Will probably do the same for tonight's fight.
 

Turin

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Oct 27, 2017
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Curious to see what Andrade can do at the top level. He's the most physically gifted at 160. We'll see what he can do with it.
 

RecRoulette

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Oct 25, 2017
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The newest Ring Magazine features Naoya Inoue on the cover. Not a photo though, he's drawn by George Morikawa, the creator of Hajime no Ippo. This is fantastic. For a second I forgot about them putting Ronda Rousey on the cover a few years back.