Originally Posted by IntentionalButt
They're decent, but steps down from the likes of Groves & The Wolf.
Zuniga went life and death with fellow ancient puncher Berrio.
Ndiaye's biggest step up to date was against countryman Di Luisa.
DeGale shouldn't lose to either.
The only impressive thing about it is the short layoff.
Yeah, i forgot, but then again, fellow prospect Oosthuizen couldnt stop him
Ndiayes biggest step-up was Mock, and while that fight was a bit to early for me, I have heard many people in the Danish boxing community saying that Ndiaye should have won.