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Old 01-26-2013, 10:17 PM   #46
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good points....I feel Donaire's gonna be mad and trying to go for the kill too so you might be right but I just don't see Rigo avoiding everything for 12 rounds from a fighter as fast and as Donaire, he's gonna get touched at some point and if you're getting touched and hurt by the likes of Marroquin then Donaire will put you to sleep imo. I truly think Mares stands a better chance cause he's iron chinned and will outhustle Nonito in several rounds, maybe even enough to tip the decision as judges always prefer his style.
Why would Donaire be mad? When has he ever fought mad?
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:18 PM   #47
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Very convincing argument, bball...a lot of points I agree with. Stylistically, I think the fight favors Rigondeaux. Donaire didn't look too impressive against Vazquez, Narvaez, and Mathebula when forced to press the action and take the initiative. I've been saying Donaire wins recently, but that's mainly because of the whole power/shaky chin thing. Stylistically, I think the cards are in Rigondeaux's favor and I wouldn't be at all surprised if it played out as you think it would.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:19 PM   #48
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THE IGNORANCE OF DAIRYAIR FANS
Would've been easier just to name a fighter that has more power, speed and explosiveness yet you didn't. Why? You can't.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:25 PM   #49
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I love people acting like that was some great analysis. Go find divac's Ward thread that is a great analysis. This was a dl Pacquiao hate thread.

Comparing Donaire to Pacquiao? And Rigo go JMM? AHAHAHAHAHAHA
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:33 PM   #50
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Very convincing argument, bball...a lot of points I agree with. Stylistically, I think the fight favors Rigondeaux. Donaire didn't look too impressive against Vazquez, Narvaez, and Mathebula when forced to press the action and take the initiative. I've been saying Donaire wins recently, but that's mainly because of the whole power/shaky chin thing. Stylistically, I think the cards are in Rigondeaux's favor and I wouldn't be at all surprised if it played out as you think it would.
thanks dog. And I'm still worried about Rigo's jaw and that could be all this fight comes down to. Like I mentioned b4 though, Donaire can knock almost anybody out with one shot, and with Rigo's defense and focus, I think he can survive. Who knows though.



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I love people acting like that was some great analysis. Go find divac's Ward thread that is a great analysis. This was a dl Pacquiao hate thread.

Comparing Donaire to Pacquiao? And Rigo go JMM? AHAHAHAHAHAHA
in what way am I making this a diss Pac thread? I used one gif of him because it was the best gif I could find. I was initially looking for a gif of Sergio beating Macklin's left hook with his own straight left, but couldn't find one.
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here is this better for you senesitveass mofos

I try my best not to let my threads turn into some Mayweather/Pacquiao bullshit when they're not the subject.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:42 PM   #51
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thanks dog. And I'm still worried about Rigo's jaw and that could be all this fight comes down to. Like I mentioned b4 though, Donaire can knock almost anybody out with one shot, and with Rigo's defense and focus, I think he can survive. Who knows though.




in what way am I making this a diss Pac thread? I used one gif of him because it was the best gif I could find. I was initially looking for a gif of Sergio beating Macklin's left hook with his own straight left, but couldn't find one.
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here is this better for you senesitveass mofos

I try my best not to let my threads turn into some Mayweather/Pacquiao bullshit when they're not the subject.
OK instead of posting other fighters with completely different styles how about show someone landing that punch on Donaire? How about posting up anyone hitting Donaire with the same punch consistently. Also why wont Donaire stay back and counter like vs Nisioka? Why not mention Rigo getting caught with left hooks or straight rights? Rigo isn't unhittable and Donaire is not some face first brawler. He far from easy to hit especially when he is boxing.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:44 PM   #52
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OK instead of posting other fighters with completely different styles how about show someone landing that punch on Donaire? How about posting up anyone hitting Donaire with the same punch consistently. Also why wont Donaire stay back and counter like vs Nisioka? Why not mention Rigo getting caught with left hooks or straight rights? Rigo isn't unhittable and Donaire is not some face first brawler. He far from easy to hit especially when he is boxing.
I can only post so much in the first post. I was hoping I'd get real retorts and then I can go into more detail, but instead I'm getting people crying
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:51 PM   #53
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And who are the "good amount of people" that had Navraez ahead after 5 rounds? Who gave him more then 2 rounds in the entire fight? And Navraev has a chin and a better defense then Rigo who is a wanna be Sweet Pea and still gets hit and rocks by bums.

If Donaire sat and let Rigo led he'd easily counter him and KO him. Donaire could also sit back and jab a popshot the much shorter and stumby armed Rigo. This thought that Donaire can't win a decision is a joke.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:55 PM   #54
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donaire will not press..he will jab the shit out of rigo.
Donaire doesn't jab, we saw that in the Navaras, Mathebula, Vazquez Jr., and other fights. He doesn't slowly jab inside and take angles. He only jabs symbolicly he wants you to engage so he can sit back and counter with power shots.
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Old 01-26-2013, 10:56 PM   #55
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I see this fight playing out sorta like Zab/Zu....Rigo the slicker more defensive of the two will look good may be even ahead too...but once Donaire gets his timing down i think he lands something spectacular and gets a TKO/KO.
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:08 PM   #56
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Donaire is gonna get KO'd ****ing with Rigo.
LMFAO soon as Donaire lands any solid shot its OVER
they could fight legitimately 100x and china never sees round 10
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Old 01-26-2013, 11:23 PM   #57
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thanks dog. And I'm still worried about Rigo's jaw and that could be all this fight comes down to. Like I mentioned b4 though, Donaire can knock almost anybody out with one shot, and with Rigo's defense and focus, I think he can survive. Who knows though.
...that's why we need to get a Rigondeaux, Donaire, and Mares round robin. FFS, we missed out on Pacquiao-Mayweather as fans, so can we at least get that?
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:43 AM   #58
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...that's why we need to get a Rigondeaux, Donaire, and Mares round robin. FFS, we missed out on Pacquiao-Mayweather as fans, so can we at least get that?
foreal and all these fights are doable. Mares/Donaire seems to be the hardest to make, but even that one is looking possible
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Old 01-27-2013, 12:49 AM   #59
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Donaire will win against Rigo. . . DEAL WITH IT! TKO or KO or UD he will win
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Old 01-27-2013, 01:04 AM   #60
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They have to fight for we can find out who win..they both are great skilled fighters..
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