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Old 08-04-2012, 03:52 AM   #31
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A nervous,tightly contested that ends in the fifth round when Prince Naz lands a crushing lead uppercut to the chin of Sanchez.
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Old 08-04-2012, 03:57 AM   #32
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There was nothing clinic in d Barera fight , just Barera being cautious due 2 him knowing his own limitations in both power and chin departments , and in other departments as well .
Barera did not dominate Hamed or anything , he just avoided falling in2 traps , and i believe that if they fought a sufficient # of times , Hamed would have been d more decisive winner overall , but not 4 those who count 3 *1 pt edge decisions more than 1 clean KO .
Those r not worth d xplanations and should avoid reading my posts .

But do not argue with PowerPuncher or take him seriously . He will twist , bend , change , flex and sometimes even break or switch his criteria every time just 2 fit it 2 his agenda / 4d fighter who granted him more interviews or better , exclusive interviews .
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Old 08-04-2012, 04:01 AM   #33
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I think that is overstating things....Sanchez was better built for the 15 rd era, and fought more in the manner of grinding someone down and stopping them late. Of his 11 fights at the world class level only 5 were stoppages and only 2 in less than 13 rds...and the shortest was 8 against Gomez....I would be surprised if Hamed does not last at least 11.

Hamed was unorthodox and skilled enough that Sanchez would take his time breaking him down/figuring him out...Sanchez TKO 12

Exactly.

Sanchez always seemed to be a guy that would not press on the gaspedal until late and just took his time doing everything. Systematic and winning but not risk taking and certainly not flashy. But taking him out in the lake for a drowning type result. And Sanchez was always in top shape.

Once Hamed gets fatigued he really can't drop his hands any lower but he can slow down with that upper body movement of his. Low hands and slowed reflexes from the waist up are things a guy like Sal Sanchez would clean up on late.
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Old 08-04-2012, 08:16 PM   #34
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A nervous,tightly contested that ends in the fifth round when Prince Naz lands a crushing lead uppercut to the chin of Sanchez.

We are not talking about Salvador Sanchez II here, buddy.
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Old 08-05-2012, 09:06 PM   #35
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I agree with Frankenfrank. What some people dont seem to remember is Hamed was the favourite to beat MAB. MAB changed his whole style on fight night and turned counter puncher, boxing smartly behind a tight guard. Which was the right thing to do.

Manny Steward once said that some of Hameds training for the MAB fight consisted of rewinding and watching Junior Jones KO MAB over and over again.
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Old 08-05-2012, 09:13 PM   #36
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Sanchez puts the science on him and then knocks him out. I don't think this fight would go 3 or 4 rounds. We're talking completely different levels of boxing acumen. Horrible style for Hamed.
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Old 08-05-2012, 09:20 PM   #37
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Even the inept Roberto castanon went past that distance though.

Sanchez was in for the long haul when he fought.as overrated and vulgarly unskilled as he was, tearing into Hamed in the early rounds with the amount of offence it would likely need to put him out is an ill-advisable approach for anyone.even a guy with a great jaw.That power was legit.

Sal late TKO, wins most of the rounds.hamed looks like shit and probably retires on his stool or is rescued by the ref with his face horribly battered.
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Old 08-06-2012, 08:31 AM   #38
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Never thought I would read these words on ESB
I know, i was shocked myself, considering mine and his 'rivalry'
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