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Old 04-03-2014, 03:51 PM   #16
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Did u see improvement from kev last time they sparred
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Old 04-03-2014, 04:31 PM   #17
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Did u see improvement from kev last time they sparred
yes I thought he looks better but I still say Ricky would beat him its just styles isn't it, kevin's perfect for ricky imo, murray's perfect for Kevin ect ect ect
Kevin s a top lad (he supports the wrong united it should be southend) and when he fights Vasquez ive already said to tony we'd gladly help him with sparring
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Old 04-03-2014, 05:37 PM   #18
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I rather see burns fight the European champ next Emiliano Marsili instead of Murray or crolla I think burns will stop them within 6 rounds emiliano marsili has good ranking with the WBC and the ibf
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I rather see burns fight the European champ next Emiliano Marsili instead of Murray or crolla I think burns will stop them within 6 rounds emiliano marsili has good ranking with the WBC and the ibf
To be fair i think that would be a better fight for and the winner can move on Kevin as both are about the same level
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Old 04-04-2014, 04:54 AM   #20
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It wouldn't be a different story. I genuinely like Kevin Mitchell and will root for him most of the time but give it a rest he was knocked out in 4 rounds ffs, there is no need for a rematch in anyone's mind other than Mitchell himself and hardcore Mitchell fans, no cunt else wants to see it.

We can imagine situations where if 2 fighters faced each other 10 times, it may only end up in a KO loss 1 time out of 10. However, if that's the fight that happens when they do it once, you end up with a distorted view of things...

I would like to see a lot more rematches. It's better than a lot of (unknown) opponents they can find for people that are really just exhibitions.
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Old 04-04-2014, 05:08 AM   #21
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This guy has NEVER fought out of Canada. He will crumble in front of 80,000 screaming brits
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Old 04-04-2014, 06:26 AM   #22
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We can imagine situations where if 2 fighters faced each other 10 times, it may only end up in a KO loss 1 time out of 10. However, if that's the fight that happens when they do it once, you end up with a distorted view of things...

I would like to see a lot more rematches. It's better than a lot of (unknown) opponents they can find for people that are really just exhibitions.
I agree, seen a lot of close split decisions before for example then after you get people saying, why should the winner rematch as he won, regardless if the fight was close.

Also fighters do have the ability to improve and change how they approach a fight the next time around. Seems to be a common thing in boxing compared to other sports that if you win once against someone that its pointless to fight them again, ever.
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