|View Poll Results: Winners of Hatton-Senchenko and Berto-Guerrero|
|Hatton and Berto||6||46.15%|
|Hatton and Guerrero||3||23.08%|
|Senchenko and Berto||1||7.69%|
|Senchenko and Guerrero||3||23.08%|
|Voters: 13. You may not vote on this poll|
|11-22-2012, 04:46 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2012
For this weekends fights. Who do you think will win, and how? How do you see the fights going?
Berto - Guerrero
Hatton - Senchenko
Quigg - Munroe
I actually think the three are fairly even.
Firstly Guerrero - Berto. I don't think Berto is all that great to be honest, maybe he will prove me wrong but Guerrero could outwork/outbox him to a decision, if Berto's size doesn't let him walk down the Ghost. Always a chance Berto will connect and the Ghost won't be able to stand up to the bigger man's power. I'd also be a little nervous that Berto is being lined up for Mayweather, if that will have any impact on the judges scroing. That being said, I'll go for Guerrero decision.
Hatton - Senchenko. Very tough one to predict, what will Hatton 2.0 be like? Senchenko may be a too limited to get the win but I wouldn't be confident of Hatton at the odds (1/3) which could be more a reflection of sentimentality than reality. Prime Hatton would win comfortably enough but his punch resistance and conditioning will be somewhat unknown here. I can see Hatton coming out fast with passion and winning the early rounds but causing observers worry by being caught too often in return. Maybe he will be too eager and leave some holes in his defence if Senchenko is good enough to take advantage. I wouldn't be surprised with any result here to be honest but I'll go out on a limb and say Senchenko mid-late KO/TKO when behind on the cards as Hatton possibly tires and an acculmilation of shots build up. Hope Hatton wins.
Quigg - Munroe. I'll go with Quigg via decision but in an underwhelming/unimpressive performance. Not really sold on him yet but he may just have too much for Munroe. Watch out for Munroe's cut from the last time opening up.
|11-22-2012, 04:48 PM||#2|
ESB Senior Member
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Edmonton, Canada
I want berto to win but that being said i think berto-guerrero might be a competitive fight, back and forth kind of chess match with Berto edging it closely imo