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Old 10-28-2011, 06:56 PM   #106
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Let me guess, you're from Finland.

If Helenius faces a guy like Eddie Chambers he'll get promptly exposed.
Nah, Chambers is already ruined by Klitschko's says haters
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Old 10-29-2011, 07:33 AM   #107
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At the moment Helenius is punching more powerfully than Mike Tyson did.

According to Helsingin Sanomat, which is the number one newspaper in Finland.

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No wonder Dimitrenko is not looking forward to facing him.
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Old 10-29-2011, 08:16 AM   #108
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At the moment Helenius is punching more powerfully than Mike Tyson did.

According to Helsingin Sanomat, which is the number one newspaper in Finland.

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No wonder Dimitrenko is not looking forward to facing him.

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Heavyweight boxer Robert Helenius next match is held in Helsinki. Matchday 3 is December. Opponent is not yet known, but the significance of the match is not in doubt.

"The loss is unthinkable," Helenius said Helsingin Sanomat Kuukausiliitteelle includes a training camp in Berlin.

The loss of his pudottaisi rankings rankings lists may be up to ten notches. Back to the current situation would require getting a number of matches, and it would take at least a year.

Helenius has risen to the top of the world a little ahead of schedule, and stealth. Recorded at the world boxing magazine The Ring tough he was sixth-best heavyweight fighter in the world.

Helenius has now won all thirteen käymäänsä professional match. Minted including three former world champions.

Helenius the employer is the German Sauerland Event boxing team, which is one of the world's largest.

His last match Sjarhei Ljahovitshia collected eight million TV viewers in Germany alone.

Helenius is a two-meter high, and extending to the boxer, which is involved in the measurements already hit harder than Mike Tyson, the best in his days.

Helenius, practicing hard and disciplined, but his nearest target is a little surprising:

"The most important thing is that I could get semmoisen kropan that looks like an athlete kropalta."
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Old 10-29-2011, 08:20 AM   #109
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At the moment Helenius is punching more powerfully than Mike Tyson did.

According to Helsingin Sanomat, which is the number one newspaper in Finland.

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No wonder Dimitrenko is not looking forward to facing him.
So do we have a link to some PSi reading with regard to his power, per punch, over the length of a fight or should we take the word of some pencil neck journalist?
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Old 10-29-2011, 10:24 AM   #110
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So do we have a link to some PSi reading with regard to his power, per punch, over the length of a fight or should we take the word of some pencil neck journalist?
According to his father, Robert hit's much, much harder to same punching machine ( sauerland gym) than klitschko's did a time ago

Even more, an average heavyweight's punch between 600-800 pound's and Klitschko's, what i hear Wladimir punch 800 and Vitali 650 pound...Helenius more than 1200 pound's and like someone say'ed of course it's a different punch hard and heavily

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Old 10-29-2011, 06:57 PM   #111
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So do we have a link to some PSi reading with regard to his power, per punch, over the length of a fight or should we take the word of some pencil neck journalist?
I wrote some of those results of what I've heard.
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Old 10-30-2011, 03:33 AM   #112
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Yeah right, genius. Like Lyakhovich, Peter, Brewster, and Bydenko are nothing. And he was KO'ing Brewster in only his 11th pro fight! He's actually way ahead of the amazing K brothers - the two greatest heavyweights in history - at the same stage of his career.
Helenius didn't KO Brewster he got a TKO due 2 cuts .
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Old 10-30-2011, 04:01 AM   #113
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Helenius didn't KO Brewster he got a TKO due 2 cuts .
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Old 10-30-2011, 04:26 AM   #114
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According to his father, Robert hit's much, much harder to same punching machine ( sauerland gym) than klitschko's did a time ago

Even more, an average heavyweight's punch between 600-800 pound's and Klitschko's, what i hear Wladimir punch 800 and Vitali 650 pound...Helenius more than 1200 pound's and like someone say'ed of course it's a different punch hard and heavily
If its accurate thats very impressive.
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Old 10-30-2011, 05:07 AM   #115
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Can somebody please explain to me what the big deal is with this guy?

This isn't a criticism, but a genuine question, as there's always a new 'up-and-coming' challenger.. but generally fails to deliver.. especially over the past 5 years or so.

So is this guy really the real deal? and if he isn't.. who is?
6'6 1/2, two fisted power, good and tested chin, solid amatuer background, takes tough fights, beaten three former champs in less than twenty fights....
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Old 10-30-2011, 08:47 AM   #116
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If its accurate thats very impressive.
Finnish boxing forum, where was before the rise of Helenius, most of the writers were....boxers, ex-boxers and coaches...in Helenius there was and still are different views, but generally even hater's admit to his natural talent to hit hard.

So in my personal view and also his coach Ulli Wegner ( say'ed many times) his hard punching natural " killer " that's, why he have hand problem's all the time

Example, Wladimir Klitschko in his early career..( Axel Schultz fight time) was not so hard puncher..most of the heavyweight boxer's could KO their opponent if they get in those good shot's..of course they don't land nearly as good shot's as Klitschko's did
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Old 10-30-2011, 08:57 AM   #117
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Helenius didn't KO Brewster he got a TKO due 2 cuts .
It was TKO but fight not ended because of cut's..it was too one sided and Helenius damaged Brewster badly before the fight ended. He's one eye was almost blind...good stoppage
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Old 10-30-2011, 09:02 AM   #118
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According to his father, Robert hit's much, much harder to same punching machine ( sauerland gym) than klitschko's did a time ago

Even more, an average heavyweight's punch between 600-800 pound's and Klitschko's, what i hear Wladimir punch 800 and Vitali 650 pound...Helenius more than 1200 pound's and like someone say'ed of course it's a different punch hard and heavily
yeah you heard^^ great

news for you

wladimir punched 1200 kg
thats 2600 pounds.

but yeah helenius punches pretty hard, but he will lose to chambers, johnson, haye, arreola
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Old 10-30-2011, 09:11 AM   #119
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yeah you heard^^ great

news for you

wladimir punched 1200 kg
thats 2600 pounds.

but yeah helenius punches pretty hard, but he will lose to chambers, johnson, haye, arreola
Maybe, nowaday, but it doesn't matter if the machine is not same..

So you were there when wlad punches?
Helenius will won everyone you've mentioned. I hope they announced Johnson fight, then we will see soon, which one is right..by the way Helenius KO/TKO
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Old 10-30-2011, 09:19 AM   #120
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helenius is slow as shit (footwork), he has no footwork, he is lazy, his motivation has to be in question, he has great power, and good handspeed when he finishes guys, but his hand speed looks shit during the fight, jab is shit, chin looks good, ring iq looks not top class, bad corner (wegner tells everyone the same, hey my boy, think about your family, pride and so on.) helenius looks so good because of the matchmaking. he fought only slow brawlers who were past their prime and already completly destroyed by others. why do you think, sauerland is trying to not get him in the ring with a fast defense counter punch fighter? chambers and johnson will make a number on him.
he has potential, but then he has to get a new coach, work on his stamina and wait till the klitschkos are gone. if he fights wladimir in the next two years he will get picked apart and Koed late.

johnson and chambers imo will win a close decision or get robbed by sauerland

and haye would completely take him apart
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