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Old 11-19-2012, 02:50 PM   #10
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Default Re: Chris Eubank vs Tony Sibson At MW

yeah i agree with Booze.

Sibson was never the kind of fighter who could stay consistently sharp for a full 12-15 rounds and tended to drift a bit aimlessly between styles, or let his fundamentals slip if he got frustrated, but Eubank was never a consistently sharp type either.

It would be nip and tuck with the likely "typical" version of each showing up.Eubank fighting on the backfoot probably does have the stylistic advantage though.Sibson was at his best against fighters that didn't give him respect and that's not something you could accuse the cautious countering of Eubank to be lacking.
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