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Old 05-31-2012, 09:45 AM   #41
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Default Re: Are there parallels between the Bute vs Froch fight & Haye vs Chisora

Originally Posted by chico g View Post
Being a big puncher isn't exactly a asset you need to beat Haye. Mormek had him wobbling like a baby giraffe. And when Jean moved to heavyweight, his punching power was **** all. Didn't Barret knock Haye down too?
Scarecrow having a ****.... clutching at straws.

The fact Wlad landed some real meaty right hands on Haye and is meant to be the biggest puncher in world boxing... i think Del Boy may need a bit more than those slow ass single hooks to stop him.

Haye clearly had a wobbly chin at CW which may be down to weight draining. Amir Khunt has looked to have a much sturdier chin since moving up in weight too.

Barrett caught Haye with a cuff round the back of the head when he was off balance, stood square on after over reaching with a right hook... if you would class that as a legitimate knock down that says anything about Hayes chin then you either haven't seen it or know **** all. Even after Haye slipped back on his bum and Barrett landed his biggest punch of the fight while Haye was sat on the floor, Haye got up within a count of 3, once the ref restarted the fight Haye ended it within 10 seconds with his next 3 punches... so clearly not hurt and i would say Barrett hits just as hard as Chisora.
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