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Old 08-08-2009, 05:24 PM   #46
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bobalachko,,, why are ireland sending Joyce at 57 wen he was beaten by Mccullagh in the boxoffs?
Because simply davey is eu champ and still ranked number 1 after Carl framption turned pro
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Old 08-08-2009, 06:05 PM   #47
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John Jo Nevin is the Irish ace.
Yeah I agree, Egan get's a lot of publicity but JJ Nevin and Paddy Barnes are the ones to watch.
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Old 08-09-2009, 09:10 AM   #48
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Because simply davey is eu champ and still ranked number 1 after Carl framption turned pro
i get your point, he is a quality operator but dont see how he can be still ranked number 1 when less then a month ago he was beaten in ireland?

may i asked what were the point of the boxoffs then ? if 3 maybe 4 boys goin didnt win them
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Old 08-09-2009, 09:19 PM   #49
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A real pity about Saunders. They have a good team. They will be even better when the Olympics get to London.

I'm still wondering who they are sending at 81kgs?
I think it will be Obed Mbwakongo, but I'm not sure. They didn't send anybody from the 81kgs division in a recent tournament.

England team hasn't been announced yet.
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Old 08-10-2009, 12:50 AM   #50
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Yeah, isn't it 6 or 8 weeks quarantine if you are KOed?

Alright. I'm sure it will be soon then.
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Old 08-11-2009, 06:39 AM   #51
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Is the draw set? Any results?
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Old 08-11-2009, 05:09 PM   #52
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i get your point, he is a quality operator but dont see how he can be still ranked number 1 when less then a month ago he was beaten in ireland?

may i asked what were the point of the boxoffs then ? if 3 maybe 4 boys goin didnt win them
The boxoffs the assiociations way of giving every one a chance but everyone really knows the team before the senior champs.Its only to no the best replacment if one of the boys get injured
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Is the draw set? Any results?

It doesn't even start till the end of the month; the US team hasn't even gone to Colorado Springs yet.
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Old 08-11-2009, 07:55 PM   #54
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The Russian team hasn't been named yet. Can anyone fill me in on what is going on with Cuban boxing these days? A lot of the guys who were stable fixtures in the team aren't there any more for various reasons. Are there any exciting prospects moving into the seniors from the juniors?
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The boxoffs the assiociations way of giving every one a chance but everyone really knows the team before the senior champs.Its only to no the best replacment if one of the boys get injured
if its like that i think to save alot of boys dissappointment the IABA should have just sed from the beginnin that the national senior champs would b goin , because i know some of the lads that box where under the impression theyd be goin to Milan if they won
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The Russian team hasn't been named yet. Can anyone fill me in on what is going on with Cuban boxing these days? A lot of the guys who were stable fixtures in the team aren't there any more for various reasons. Are there any exciting prospects moving into the seniors from the juniors?
I wonder who will fill the void from the Russian team at middle, heavy, and super heavy.
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Finnish team:

54 kg: Matti Koota
69 kg: Nikolai Kodin
81 kg: Eemeli Katajisto
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Old 08-12-2009, 02:56 PM   #58
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I wonder who will fill the void from the Russian team at middle, heavy, and super heavy.
Yep, I am also very curious. After Korobov left I thought Chudinov would take middle, but he lost in the nationals and has turned pro. Heavy and Superheavy seem pretty empty at the moment.
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Old 08-12-2009, 02:59 PM   #59
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Any of these? And what kind of team is Chekhov?

Russian Selection Tournament vs - Chekhov - June 29 - June 4 2009

48kg David Ayrapetyan vs Belik Galanov
51kg Misha Aloyan vs Georgiy Balakshin
54kg Eduard Abzalimov vs Zinat Zhandybayev
57kg Sergey Vodopyanov vs Araik Ambartsumov
60kg Albert Selimov vs Semen Grivachev
69kg Andrey Zamkovoy vs David Arustamyan
75kg Artem Chebotarev vs Maxim Koptyakov
81kg Artur Beterbiyev vs Nikita Ivanov
91kg Egor Mekhontsev vs Evgeniy Romanov
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Any of these? And what kind of team is Chekhov?

Russian Selection Tournament vs - Chekhov - June 29 - June 4 2009

48kg David Ayrapetyan vs Belik Galanov
51kg Misha Aloyan vs Georgiy Balakshin
54kg Eduard Abzalimov vs Zinat Zhandybayev
57kg Sergey Vodopyanov vs Araik Ambartsumov
60kg Albert Selimov vs Semen Grivachev
69kg Andrey Zamkovoy vs David Arustamyan
75kg Artem Chebotarev vs Maxim Koptyakov
81kg Artur Beterbiyev vs Nikita Ivanov
91kg Egor Mekhontsev vs Evgeniy Romanov
Where did you get this?

I think its not vs. Chekhov but in Chekhov, because that is where the training base of the national team is and where selection box-offs usually take place. Most of the guys you listed are the number 1 and 2 ranked guys in Russia...

Whats going on at 91+?
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