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Old 10-27-2011, 02:05 PM   #42
RazzAxx
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Default Re: Robert Helenius...

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Originally Posted by itsa huge ***** View Post
exactly he takes to many punches his footwork is **** and his skill set is ****e..he can bang tho..can you see him making these so called slow starts against the top men instead of these old ****ers hes been feasting on???boxing fans can be so ****ing naive sometimes its unreal..i mean if your being outboxed by an old out of shape white wolf then theres something wrong..and yes he knocked him out well..but we all seen it and know the man gassed out due to his nose being broke early on..sorry but this man needs to improve alot if he has to be considered a REAL threat


Liakhovich - 35 years old
Peter - 30
Levin - 34
Tony - 33

None of them seems to be too far away from their prime in age for a heavy weight compared to, for example:

Vitali Klitschko - 40 years old
Wladimir Klitschko - 35

Some might even say that a heavy weight quite often reaches his prime around 30-35 years old.

Robert is 27 and everyone is here saying he is still far away from his prime. Meanwhile, some clowns claim he is beating past prime old men like a 30 year old Peter. Haters are gonna hate. Robert is never going to be the most popular HW ever since he is not from a big boxing country and is not the kind of individual who would care much about acting outside the ring to boost hype about himself, but he will be notified as one of the biggest punchers in the game after his career is over. And purely based on the results and what he does in the ring, unlike the numerous guys who will be/are remembered mostly for what they did outside the ring.
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