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Old 05-30-2012, 04:52 AM   #1
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Default Carl Froch V 90's super middleweights (Collins, Cook and Watson)

Hi There

all this talk of Froch v Benn, got me thinking how do you see match up between froch and these 3 below going:

James Cook
Steve Collins
Michael Watson
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Right now, The Cobra beats Jesus Christ himself in a one sided beat down, of biblical proportions.
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Right now, The Cobra beats Jesus Christ himself in a one sided beat down, of biblical proportions.
He rewrites the Bible.
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Old 05-30-2012, 06:08 AM   #4
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Froch is a strong, hard dude but Watson and Collins were stronger and harder. Watson would cover up and counter in combinations to outwork Carl toe-to-toe, and Collins had the sneakiest counter overarm right of a fighter who wasn't named Eubank - to take advantage of the low-slung left and poor reflexes.
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Jimmy Cook was OK. I think Froch has heavy hands and can find Cook's chin if he doesn't load up.
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Old 05-30-2012, 07:03 AM   #6
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Froch is a strong, hard dude but Watson and Collins were stronger and harder.
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Froch is a strong, hard dude but Watson and Collins were stronger and harder. Watson would cover up and counter in combinations to outwork Carl toe-to-toe, and Collins had the sneakiest counter overarm right of a fighter who wasn't named Eubank - to take advantage of the low-slung left and poor reflexes.
i think collins is the hardest pick of the lot,watson beats him quite easy,he beats cook quite easy

but collins is like froch in many ways,not the greatest of boxers,but his rock hardness got him a long way,just like froch,be a war really
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Froch is a strong, hard dude but Watson and Collins were stronger and harder.
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