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Old 11-09-2012, 08:03 AM   #11
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Default Re: IBF are corrupt

Originally Posted by Mr ****** View Post
yes he deserves a shot. He has never fought for a title in his true weight division of 160. He has fought the above to earn a shot, and is the mandatory. Its not a case of Geale picking and choosing, Soliman is the mandatory. And yes Geale should fight him, prove he can beat him. Soliman has a difficult style to fight against.

And in regards to money Geale and his team are shocking at selling a promotion. Geale does nothing to sell a promotion.
Well ****. Golovkin can't seem to tie and opponent down. Maybe Sam can fight him.

Asside from that, maybe someone else in the top ten apart from Geale, and maybe when he can bring something to the table. No one rates Soliman.

1 Sergio Gabriel Martinez 1083 50(2-2(1)-2
1997 37 southpaw Oxnard, California, USA
2 Daniel Geale 659 28(15)-1-0
2004 31 orthodox Mt Annan, New South Wales, Australia
3 Peter Quillin 554 28(20)-0-0
2005 29 orthodox Brooklyn, New York, USA
4 Gennady Golovkin 552 24(21)-0-0
2006 30 orthodox Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
5 Felix Sturm 529 37(16)-3(1)-2
2001 33 orthodox Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
6 Julio Cesar Chavez Jr 483 46(32)-1-1
2003 26 orthodox Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico
7 Dmitry Pirog 412 20(15)-0-0
2005 32 orthodox Gelendzhik, Russia
8 Matthew Macklin
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