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Old 01-01-2012, 04:29 PM   #16
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I like the look of that Freddie Turner, the young East End boxer. 5-0 and hasn't lost a round against somewhat mediocre opposition it must be said.

A good pure boxer with good shot selection. He seems to have every punch in his ****nal. His only let down may be the lack of pop (he is yet to have a KO win).

But I think he won something like 100 Am bouts out of 120 or so.

One to watch.
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Cheers lads! Any footage of these lads you mention?.

JimJom he looks decent, think your expectations are about right as well .
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:23 PM   #18
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I like the look of that Freddie Turner, the young East End boxer. 5-0 and hasn't lost a round against somewhat mediocre opposition it must be said.

A good pure boxer with good shot selection. He seems to have every punch in his ****nal. His only let down may be the lack of pop (he is yet to have a KO win).

But I think he won something like 100 Am bouts out of 120 or so.

One to watch.
Was he on the Selby-Simpson undercard?

If its the one I'm thinking of he looked pretty good.
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:27 PM   #19
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Buglioni is going to be big news in the next year or 2.. He's fought Morby in his 2nd fight and took him out in minutes, quality fighter
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:28 PM   #20
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Fellas, Not mentioning him for this thread, but just wondered what happened to Joe Murray? The kids been so inactive. Has he got an injury or maybe having promotional problems? This is probabily the most important stage in his development and i can't even remember the last time he fought. It really ****es me off how these guys are brought along and treated. It's so counter-productive.
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cheers mand' he is a good operator, hes a real hard worker in the gym, and is showing improvements, i do think he needs to start getting tested soon, i'd fancy him to outbox tony hill and that could set up a clash for the english belt with nick blackwell, another local lad who i think is connected to keith mayo (owner of our gym and local promoter who kelvins signed to) and id actually fancy kelvin in that, so 2012's got the potential to be a breakout year for kelvin if he can get the match ups, a british title shot in a year or two isn't a pipe dream by any means
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:33 PM   #22
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also what about the kiddie in prizefighter george jupp? he looked a decent prospect and i liked the realism, he could do well i think (i'll whisper it, but i thought he was a touch unlucky not to get the nod over choi, thought it was a very close s****)
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Kevin Satchell
Paul Butler
Ryan Farrag
Junior Saed
Phillip Bowes
Gavin Mcdonnell
Ahmet Patterson
Charlie Hoy
Mitchell Smith
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Fellas, Not mentioning him for this thread, but just wondered what happened to Joe Murray? The kids been so inactive. Has he got an injury or maybe having promotional problems? This is probabily the most important stage in his development and i can't even remember the last time he fought. It really ****es me off how these guys are brought along and treated. It's so counter-productive.
He's back on 4th of Feb for English title, I dunno why he's been so inactive i hope it's a injury otherwise extremely silly thing to do. You'd think a good 12 rounds under belt he'd be out more and more. It seems to do opposite nowadays.

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cheers mand' he is a good operator, hes a real hard worker in the gym, and is showing improvements, i do think he needs to start getting tested soon, i'd fancy him to outbox tony hill and that could set up a clash for the english belt with nick blackwell, another local lad who i think is connected to keith mayo (owner of our gym and local promoter who kelvins signed to) and id actually fancy kelvin in that, so 2012's got the potential to be a breakout year for kelvin if he can get the match ups, a british title shot in a year or two isn't a pipe dream by any means
That be a good fight him and Blackwell, That Middleweight division is losing it's domestic stars to world scene but is actually getting a nice crop of youngsters to work with.
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Kevin Satchell
Paul Butler
Ryan Farrag
Junior Saed
Phillip Bowes
Gavin Mcdonnell
Ahmet Patterson
Charlie Hoy
Mitchell Smith
What's happening with Junior?, Hasn't fought since 09'?. I remember a guy called DGlass or something like that with a Danny Dyer avatar really hyped him up on here. He looked decent as well very tall at weight, came to ring on a scooter .

Any footage of other lads?..
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Old 01-01-2012, 05:40 PM   #26
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Was he on the Selby-Simpson undercard?

If its the one I'm thinking of he looked pretty good.
That's the one mate
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Buglioni is going to be big news in the next year or 2.. He's fought Morby in his 2nd fight and took him out in minutes, quality fighter
Yeah he does look classy that kid, remember seeing him.


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Old 01-01-2012, 05:56 PM   #28
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Good prospect John Ryder but although he's managed by Tony and uses his gym for sparring - he's actually trained by Colin Lake, who looked after Colin Dunne back in the day.
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Good prospect John Ryder but although he's managed by Tony and uses his gym for sparring - he's actually trained by Colin Lake, who looked after Colin Dunne back in the day.
Cheers for Info Ed , Funny you say that he's got the movement of the head like Dunne but a little different cos of stance. Lake must work hard on that aspect of the game. Really made Dunne the class fighter he was.
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Old 01-01-2012, 06:02 PM   #30
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Watched John Ryder sparring ten solid rounds with Eric Ochieng recently - lovely spar and Ryder seemed to grow stronger as it went on, he's got a good engine. I think his team fancy a fight with Billy Joe Saunders down the line. What a match up that would be. Saunders, in sparring, looks exceptional.
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