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Old 09-30-2012, 04:22 PM   #466
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Nope. Bulgaria was never occupied during the 13th Century, but it gets occupied by the Ottomans in the end of the 14th. Like every other country in that region at the time.

Kubrat just landed in Sofia from Germany. He talked again about Klitschko and also said that he wanted to use more his right hand against Ustinov, but was uncomfortable with him. So, he's just happy that the jab worked out
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Old 09-30-2012, 09:34 PM   #467
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Volodomyr knocks Pulev out with a powerful, accurate right hand. Maybe not the first one that presses the button, and it might be on the later side, but that's how that ends.

Everyone else is on notice. Pulev is a serious threat to beat all the rest.
I agree.


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Another clue in the files...


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Ya and because of that tendency..



This will happen. But it will be nice to see someone Volodymyr's size and strength with skill being able to jab with him and force him to fight more than usual for a while before he gets Brock'd.
I wonder if this will soon be replaced with "Wach'd".

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KP will be the most worthy challenger (in terms of talent & attributes, if not quite achievement) in a long time.

Pavlik's not even established himself as a super middleweight, IB. Let him go.


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So Mongolia never occupied Bulgaria?
This is like something an Albanian would say.
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Old 10-01-2012, 03:08 AM   #468
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Why you changed the "pro-debut"?
It was legendary...
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Old 10-04-2012, 07:00 AM   #469
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watched him for the first time against no boxer ustinov, he looked pretty mobile but compared to a slow tank shaped boxer like ustinov anyone would look fast, he controlled the fight and deserved the win, the fight was no yardstick whatsoever, though. He still got hit a few times by ustinov who relied on his slow telegraphed right hand the only thing he had.

Pulev is solid at best and will get KTFO by klitschko if they ever meet, imo no world stage material. Have to admit the ustinov fights the only one I have seen of his.
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Old 10-04-2012, 12:36 PM   #470
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Why you changed the "pro-debut"?
It was legendary...
It was my life's mission, for a time.
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:30 PM   #471
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Guys, guess what

Great news for the next opponent of Kubrat Pulev. Almost certainly it will be Robert Helenius. Both are with 17:0

As former champ Helenius right now is moved to official challenger for EBU title. The fight probably will take place at the Sauerland's January. It was pretty much sure that Robert must make a warm up fight on 10 November in Finland, but it's possible that the fight will be moved back to 3-rd November on Marko Huck card.

Still noting official, but stay tuned in this legendary thread
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:42 PM   #472
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Guys, guess what

Great news for the next opponent of Kubrat Pulev. Almost certainly it will be Robert Helenius. Both are with 17:0

As former champ Helenius right now is moved to official challenger for EBU title. The fight probably will take place at the Sauerland's January. It was pretty much sure that Robert must make a warm up fight on 10 November in Finland, but it's possible that the fight will be moved back to 3-rd November on Marko Huck card.

Still noting official, but stay tuned in this legendary thread



Almost regretting the title edit. Pro debut against Helenius?








...almost...
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Old 10-15-2012, 04:05 AM   #473
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Guys, guess what

Great news for the next opponent of Kubrat Pulev. Almost certainly it will be Robert Helenius. Both are with 17:0

As former champ Helenius right now is moved to official challenger for EBU title. The fight probably will take place at the Sauerland's January. It was pretty much sure that Robert must make a warm up fight on 10 November in Finland, but it's possible that the fight will be moved back to 3-rd November on Marko Huck card.

Still noting official, but stay tuned in this legendary thread
That confuses me. I like both these guys and don't think its best for either and especially for Sauerland. I know Robert was #1 in the EBU before but how has he maintained that ranking during his entire injury hiatus?

After a tune up they should try and get Robert someone like Fury not have their two best prospects fight eachother.
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Old 10-15-2012, 04:19 AM   #474
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That confuses me. I like both these guys and don't think its best for either and especially for Sauerland. I know Robert was #1 in the EBU before but how has he maintained that ranking during his entire injury hiatus?

After a tune up they should try and get Robert someone like Fury not have their two best prospects fight eachother.
this is the problem with boxing these days: guys like Helenius and Fury, who should be fighting each other, are fighting the Rogans Maddalones of our day, because the promotional companies are doing everything they can to make money off thier fighter for as long as possible with as little risk as possible involved
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Old 10-15-2012, 04:21 AM   #475
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Guys, guess what

Great news for the next opponent of Kubrat Pulev. Almost certainly it will be Robert Helenius. Both are with 17:0

As former champ Helenius right now is moved to official challenger for EBU title. The fight probably will take place at the Sauerland's January. It was pretty much sure that Robert must make a warm up fight on 10 November in Finland, but it's possible that the fight will be moved back to 3-rd November on Marko Huck card.

Still noting official, but stay tuned in this legendary thread

Well if there's truth to this I suspect Pulev/Sauerland vacate the European title and allow Helenius a somewhat easy shot at taking that. Pulev has the IBF mandatory position now anyway so would have to vatate the European title to fight Wlad anyway.
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Old 10-15-2012, 04:25 AM   #476
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this is the problem with boxing these days: guys like Helenius and Fury, who should be fighting each other, are fighting the Rogans Maddalones of our day, because the promotional companies are doing everything they can to make money off thier fighter for as long as possible with as little risk as possible involved
Fury's only had 19 fights with only a handful of AM fights. You're making the Britard mistake of building up 'their' fighters into World class fighters when they've done very little in the game. The Rogans and Maddalones of the World are the type of fighter he should have fought at this stage.
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Old 10-15-2012, 05:52 AM   #477
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Fury's only had 19 fights with only a handful of AM fights. You're making the Britard mistake of building up 'their' fighters into World class fighters when they've done very little in the game. The Rogans and Maddalones of the World are the type of fighter he should have fought at this stage.
my point is that prospects should be fighting prospects, they are not going to get anything other than rounds under thier belt fighting cab drivers and pizza salesmen, even if they have little or no AM experience
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Guys, guess what

Great news for the next opponent of Kubrat Pulev. Almost certainly it will be Robert Helenius. Both are with 17:0

As former champ Helenius right now is moved to official challenger for EBU title. The fight probably will take place at the Sauerland's January. It was pretty much sure that Robert must make a warm up fight on 10 November in Finland, but it's possible that the fight will be moved back to 3-rd November on Marko Huck card.

Still noting official, but stay tuned in this legendary thread
Please God let this be true
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Old 10-15-2012, 01:53 PM   #479
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Pulev-Helenius would be awesome fight! Pulev has great skills, but he had some troubles with Dimi and took some right hands from him. If he does the same with Helenius it's good night for him!
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Old 10-15-2012, 03:25 PM   #480
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Pulev must make the obligatory defense against challenger of the title in nine months after he claim it. He won it in May, so he must defend it until February, otherwise he must vacate it. A win over Robert Helenius will make huge impact and for sure will build up the next match to be for world title. Kubrat do not want to lose time, he will make 32 in May.
Even with a loss Helenius will have a chance once again to fight for European title after Kubrat vacates it, because he is from Sauerland and he is former champ. He still be close to the EBU ranks.

If Helenius wins he as well may pave his way to a bout with Wladimir for world title. Then he will vacate Euro title and Pulev once again will get a chance to take it back.

I am not sure if Helenius sholder is fully healed. As i read somewhere he's got problems with it, because the operation revealed bigger damage
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The Finnish fighter snapped a ligament in his right shoulder in connection with a fall while running.
Consequently two other ligaments have loosened, and in the operation the boxer's collarbone also has to be fiddled with.
I wish Robert to be fully healed and to continue his career. I am sure he will accept a fight with Pulev! And all the fans will be satisfied.
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