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Old 01-17-2013, 12:51 PM   #2851
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He is a great amateur fighter.

Talk of him beating Broner, Gamboa, etc is slightly premature, to put it mildly.
I could see him giving them a good argument over 3x3's
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Old 01-17-2013, 01:13 PM   #2852
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Aye it wasn't one of his more inspiring performances i'll give you that, but c'mon with some of the shite Marco, Juan manuel and Erik have given us in lower key fights or when they thought they were fighting a lesser talent, you should be able to cut him some slack.
It's a fair point, Lora. I was just giving my impressions from the fight that I had watched. I'm sure it wasn't representative of Sanchez at his best.

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That's the first Sanchez fight you've watched? Watch his fight with Danny Lopez (first one). Takes a big, steaming dump on any performance by any of the modern Mexican trio.
I'll watch the fight, but whether or not I agree with the idea it takes "a big, steaming dump" on any Barrera performance is another thing entirely. Barrera put on some spectacular performances through his extraordinary 20 year career, as did the other two Mexicans.

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I recommend him against Castillo. Then you get to see positives and negatives.
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Or Azumah Nelson. Or Danny Lopez x2, especially when he was at hittable as you say and Lopez is arguably the hardest puncher in featherweight history.
Absolutely. Sanchez did not look like a world beater in his fight with Perez.

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I..............I just.........I just.........

Sorry Sal.
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Old 01-17-2013, 01:45 PM   #2853
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He's not infallible. Hence why I recommend the Castillo fight

He had a fantastic punching arsenal though, and could counter punch and jab with the best of 'em.

As others have said, check out the Lopez fights. You will agree it's better than anything...anyone has ever done.
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Old 01-17-2013, 02:38 PM   #2854
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I recall reading (unfortunately can't produce a source) where the ring for the second Sanchez - Lopez fight was something like 16'. But it's clearly small when you watch the fight. They appear to be in the middle of the ring, Sanchez takes a step back, and his back is nearly on the ropes. This is an amazing performance. It seems Sanchez could be very elusive when he chose to be.
He had zero fear of Nicky Perez.
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Old 01-17-2013, 02:53 PM   #2855
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I recall reading (unfortunately can't produce a source) where the ring for the second Sanchez - Lopez fight was something like 16'. But it's clearly small when you watch the fight. They appear to be in the middle of the ring, Sanchez takes a step back, and his back is nearly on the ropes. This is an amazing performance. It seems Sanchez could be very elusive when he chose to be.
He had zero fear of Nicky Perez.
Watching him against guys he clearly didn't respect, like a Perez, or seeing him fight earlier in his career when he was more of a brawler, is an interesting juxtaposition to the measured, highly disciplined approach he used by the time he won the title.
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Old 01-17-2013, 02:59 PM   #2856
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This is an amazing performance.
Yeah, I liked the second fight more too.

Sanchez was so relaxed, very smooth, excellent counterpunching.

D.Lopez had the perfect style to make Sanchez look great.
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Old 01-17-2013, 03:04 PM   #2857
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Olivares - Pimentel

Scintillating. Although the footage I had wasn't complete, there was more than enough there to determine that this was a fantastic bout. Pimentel was a game fighter, a good fighter, and not only did he hang in there with Olivares during most of the bout but he even had the champion hurt during the early goings. Olivares' left hand was working over time here, I loved how he would hook with his left and then turn it into an uppercut. He had complete control with his left and seemed like he could do anything he wanted with it. He demonstrated a decent jab at times, lead left hooks, lead uppercuts, and when it came to putting both his right and left together he was very smooth indeed. Olivares would eventually stop Pimentel late on, his corner throwing in the towel.

Gushiken - Chung

A standard title defense for Yoko. Chung showed some good counter right hands, but other than that he was back-pedaling for the 5 rounds just waiting to be stopped. Yoko forced an end to the bout at the start of round 5 with a perfect straight left, right hook combination which sent his opponent reeling. A good demonstration of Yoko's abilities as a fighter.
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Old 01-17-2013, 03:24 PM   #2858
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Is that the one where Olivares wears purple shorts?

If so I remember it vividly being a really good fight. If not then I remember having enjoyed it but can't place it....I think it's that one though.

Have you seen Pimentel Vs Medel, Addie? Supoib.
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Old 01-17-2013, 03:28 PM   #2859
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Is that the one where Olivares wears purple shorts?

If so I remember it vividly being a really good fight. If not then I remember having enjoyed it but can't place it....I think it's that one though.
Yeah, Olivares was wearing purple shorts. It's no exaggeration to say that barely a second went by where neither fighter was throwing a punch.

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I haven't mate. I wish I could literally just sit here and watch Boxing all day, but my girlfriend would probably dump me. Silly women!
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Old 01-17-2013, 03:32 PM   #2860
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Yeah, that's the only reason I get so much time to watch it I guess. Being single and all.
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Old 01-17-2013, 03:33 PM   #2861
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Anyway you should watch the highlights of the bout I mentioned.

Shame we don't get to see Castillo beating both (or Chucho's draw with Medel)
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Old 01-17-2013, 08:31 PM   #2862
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I recall reading (unfortunately can't produce a source) where the ring for the second Sanchez - Lopez fight was something like 16'. But it's clearly small when you watch the fight. They appear to be in the middle of the ring, Sanchez takes a step back, and his back is nearly on the ropes. This is an amazing performance. It seems Sanchez could be very elusive when he chose to be.
He had zero fear of Nicky Perez.
First fight is definitely a 16 foot ring. It's mentioned on the broadcast.
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Old 01-19-2013, 06:36 AM   #2863
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Scoring some Chang fights I previously only observed to see what happened.

Jung Koo Chang Vs Jorge Cano

I lost my notepad due to a crash with the scorecard so only the last 3 rounds are 'live' but pretty sure I had it;

CHANG: 1; 2; 3; 4; 5; 8; 9; 10; 11;
CANO: 6; 7(+1); 12

CHANG 116-111 Cano (probably could've been much closer had Cano been scored a knockdown in the 11th...or was it the 10th, can't remember already which was close so could've been a 10-8. Ref' ruled it a push. Would've made it 114-112 as Chang had a point deducted in the 7th for holding round the back of the head. That actually looks more like a fair card.)

Cano was basic, straight punching, and a southpaw that bent at the waist and leaned forward a lot a lot so with Chang's style it was scrappy with a lot of head clashes. Chang was dazzling early, but faded late and had to go in limpet mode in the late rounds, but I still had him winning most of 'em, he was taking the edge off of Cano's blows as well as outworking him with a more diverse output. Not a great showing by any means.
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Old 01-19-2013, 10:20 AM   #2864
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I think JC Notastar held sweet pea to a draw. Almost. Maybe.
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Old 01-19-2013, 10:22 AM   #2865
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Michael Carbajal Vs Aber Barajas

Never seen this before, Carbajal's quick turnaround after the disappointment of the Chiquita rematch. He appears not to have trained hard and his man can't whack much but they both engage each other and try to work around each other's guard, Carbajal gets clipped as always and trudges forward, landing the heavier leather. In the 2nd, it essentially ends up target practice as Carbajal gets his man in bad positions against the ropes and has no worries opening up with both hands to head and body.

In the 3rd Carbajal cripples the journeyman to ball and body before leaving him crumpled with a right hand. He bravely gets up, but lays against the ropes again and gets pummeled in similar fashion.

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