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View Poll Results: Who most likely wins the tourney?
Donaire 5 16.67%
Moreno 2 6.67%
Rigondeaux 20 66.67%
Mares 3 10.00%
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:19 PM   #16
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Damn , since the WV2 fight Nonito has gone down on the fans apreciation , can't believe how low he ranks in this poll . Peace .
he ranks low because Rigondeaux is the truth!
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:21 PM   #17
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Would love this tourney.

Cellz you piece of garbage, about time you posted something that didn't involve "slick black yo".
off my nuts ho.

does slick blackness bother u, racist?
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:22 PM   #18
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I really think rigondeaux would go on the offensive versus moreno. moreno's a pure, pure, counterpunching boxer, and only went on the offensive against de la mora because he had absolutely nothing for him. rigondeaux, although a boxer too, knows he has one shot power, especially to the body, and he wouldnt stand around and pose with moreno. That fight would turn out to be a great one for serious fans of boxing and the lower weights.

on another note, every one of those guys are an incredibly tough out for donaire.
theyre also both southpaws. would be an interesting matchup
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:25 PM   #19
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he ranks low because Rigondeaux is the truth!
I dont know about the truth but he is the best of the current crop mentioned.

You have to admit that we have not seen him face a higher level pressure fighter since Cordoba and he did not look great then.
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:33 PM   #20
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Yes but you are forgetting that Casey and Ramos are not on Cordobas level. Also Mares is in a higher level than Cordoba. I think Mares pressure will definitely pose problems for Rigo. More so than any of the other fighters.

Also what would happen when Rigo feels Donaires power? I know Rigo can outbox Donaire but there is a chance he runs after he feels his power.
Not only can he out box any 122, he can KO them too, as right now I think Rigondeaux is the more talented of the 4, Donaire has been fighting midgets for all his career, beside boxers always troubled ND, Mares pressure will fall into Rigondeaux strength and he can punch hard, he can knock you out with a body punch or to the jaw... Then again they all have to prove it in the ring.
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Old 05-01-2012, 02:34 PM   #21
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I dont know about the truth but he is the best of the current crop mentioned.

You have to admit that we have not seen him face a higher level pressure fighter since Cordoba and he did not look great then.
yeah, he kinda flopped against cordoba. maybe the first time being on a stage that big had something to do with it. cant wait to see him against Kennedy tho.
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off my nuts ho.

does slick blackness bother u, racist?
Blacks don't bother me, your bias and racism bother me whore.
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Old 05-01-2012, 03:33 PM   #23
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Well what type of tournament is this?
Single elimination or round robin with most wins taking it?

The reason I ask is because I feel like Donaire-Moreno would be a great match up with the edge to Moreno. Donaires boxing skills are overrated as we have seen recently and Moreno is a hell of a boxer. Donaire is a physical freak though and can end the fight in one punch.

Mares seems to be underrated now and I think he would be the worst match up for Rigo.
Last time Rigo was pressured by Cordoba he showed fear and arguably lost in some peoples cards. Mares would definitely bring that type of pressure.

Donaire-Moreno
Mares-Rigo

I would like to see the tournament set up that way as it would be a great clash of styles on both matchups.

I honestly do not know who to pick here....
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it would be one of the most incredible tactical chess matches u will witness.
Yes!
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Old 05-01-2012, 03:35 PM   #24
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Blacks don't bother me, your bias and racism bother me whore.
why is it always the racist and biased people that like to point the finger? read your own comments then judge yourself
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Old 05-01-2012, 03:41 PM   #25
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Very difficult to say. The fact that Mares might be the least likely shows you the depth of talent involved. I'm a fan of Rigondeaux and I think his blend of defence, hand-speed and vicious body attack gives everyone near his weight class a problem. You can make a reasonable argument for any fighter beating another here though.

It would be difficult to pick 4 guys of this calibre, so evenly matched in any weight class.
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why is it always the racist and biased people that like to point the finger? read your own comments then judge yourself
he is just a kid don't mind him...
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