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Old 11-28-2012, 06:46 PM   #18
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Default Re: why are we not producing any solid 140lb & 147lb fighters?

Originally Posted by Logan_87 View Post
but 140 and 147 are the main money divisions, where the 2 best fighters are. that's why we need a couple of prospects to start coming through in the next year or two. it would be great to have a world champion who is a real challenge at 140 or 147. lets be honest, khan is not the kind of fighter who will pose a threat to many fighters out there, unless they are featherfisted and won't hurt him. brook looks good, but is yet to establish himself. i hope he can do it against alexander, that would be awesome.
Brook is in a good position to be a player at 147, he's got his hands full against Alexander though, its a big test, for somebody who is virtually un tested at that level, because Carson Jones is ****e, lets not pull any punches there!

The excuse for that performance was lack of top class prep! its viable, naive or not you have to listen to a man when he says, "my preparation was amateur like" but never the less Carson is B level, Alexander is an accomplished top class amateur who's had ups and downs as a top pro, but he's a world champion, and has fought much much tougher guys than Brook

Its a big ask for Brook and we'll get the answers on the night
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