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Old 11-18-2012, 01:22 PM   #31
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You can't judge a fighter on 1 fight. Go back to boxing school kid...
Yes I can, especially if your gonna come here and start claiming someone has a great chin.

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Well, Martinez has good power and Burns recovered immediately.

Oh, I forgot, on ESB any fighter who suffers even a flash knockdown is a glass-chinned fraud.

It should be obvious that Ricky has a good chin.
Flash Knockdown my ass. Burns was hurt. He was holding for dear life. He's lucky Martinez couldn't box his way out of a paper bag. Or the fight would have been over.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:24 PM   #32
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If Burns has a great chin. Than why was he rocked and dropped by Roman Martinez?
And your point is ?

Burns was expected to lose against Martinez,in fact there was every likelihood he wouldn't hear the final bell,Martinez had stopped 8 of his last 10 opponents prior to fighting Burns.It also came to light afterwards that Burns had been struggling for some time to make 130lb's.
And it was Martinez hanging on and being rocked in the later rounds,shortly before handing his belt to Burns.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:26 PM   #33
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And after Broner destroys Burns?
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:31 PM   #34
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And after Broner destroys Burns?
If he does he'll get props from me.
I'm not questioning Broners ability,i'm highlighting the fact that he's faced one "boxer" of late,and was beaten imo.I just couldn't see Demarco out boxing Broner,but did think he may land a few big shots on him.
I've also never said Burns would beat Broner,i said Burns is a completely different animal to Demarco,and he certainly won't stand there like a rabbit in the headlights,whilst Broner does a number on him.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:34 PM   #35
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And your point is ?

Burns was expected to lose against Martinez,in fact there was every likelihood he wouldn't hear the final bell,Martinez had stopped 8 of his last 10 opponents prior to fighting Burns.It also came to light afterwards that Burns had been struggling for some time to make 130lb's.
And it was Martinez hanging on and being rocked in the later rounds,shortly before handing his belt to Burns.
Roman Martinez is a tomato can. He never fought any buddy of note at Junior Lightweight. He ducked Humberto Soto even though they had the same Promoter Top Rank. He was a paper champion at best.

And my point was you British fans claiming Burns has a great chin. When the Martinez fight clearly shows that isn't the case.

Broner is gonna destroy him just as bad as Floyd destroyed Hatton.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:41 PM   #36
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If he does he'll get props from me.
I'm not questioning Broners ability,i'm highlighting the fact that he's faced one "boxer" of late,and was beaten imo.I just couldn't see Demarco out boxing Broner,but did think he may land a few big shots on him.
I've also never said Burns would beat Broner,i said Burns is a completely different animal to Demarco,and he certainly won't stand there like a rabbit in the headlights,whilst Broner does a number on him.
Why are people making it sound like Demarco was gonna outbox Broner?

He was there to use his size, toughness, and power. Like a true Mexican Warrior. He wasn't there to give Broner a boxing lesson.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:41 PM   #37
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If he does he'll get props from me.
I'm not questioning Broners ability,i'm highlighting the fact that he's faced one "boxer" of late,and was beaten imo.I just couldn't see Demarco out boxing Broner,but did think he may land a few big shots on him.
I've also never said Burns would beat Broner,i said Burns is a completely different animal to Demarco,and he certainly won't stand there like a rabbit in the headlights,whilst Broner does a number on him.
Ah, but Ponce DIDN'T beat him. It was a close fight, but unfortunately for you and your ilk, you think there's some kind of blueprint to what success Ponce had that night.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:47 PM   #38
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Ah, but Ponce DIDN'T beat him. It was a close fight, but unfortunately for you and your ilk, you think there's some kind of blueprint to what success Ponce had that night.
There was no blueprint that night. What people are mistaking for flaws was just inexperience from a 22 year old fighter. Hell Broner wasn't even using the Philly Shell for that fight. He just kept his hands up. Broner has improved leaps and bounds from that fight. He's a completely different fighter now.
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Yes I can, especially if your gonna come here and start claiming someone has a great chin.

Flash Knockdown my ass. Burns was hurt. He was holding for dear life. He's lucky Martinez couldn't box his way out of a paper bag. Or the fight would have been over.
Please show us all,where Burns is "holding on for dear life"
You need to watch fights,and stop listening to rumours.

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Old 11-18-2012, 01:53 PM   #40
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Ah, but Ponce DIDN'T beat him. It was a close fight, but unfortunately for you and your ilk, you think there's some kind of blueprint to what success Ponce had that night.
Of course,judges never get it wrong.
Even the biggest Broner fans know he dodged a bullet that night.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:58 PM   #41
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You need to watch fights,and stop listening to rumours.
I would but UK fighters are too scared to cross the Atlantic. So theres really no point watching their fights. I'd rather watch Amatuer fights.

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Old 11-18-2012, 02:34 PM   #42
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I want Broner Gamboa
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Old 11-18-2012, 02:40 PM   #43
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Broner will be one of the best fighters in this age. his technique like mayweather is perfect for him. and where the **** is his hairbrush!
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Old 11-18-2012, 02:40 PM   #44
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2013 baby.
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