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Old 07-26-2015, 07:51 PM   #1
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Default Which 2 fights are worth seeking & viewing from yesterday?

It sounds like Pascal vs. González is the obvious choice for #1, but what's mandatory behind that?

I might look up highlight of the Kovalev vs. Mohammedi KO, but it sounds like Shumenov vs. Flores is okay to pass on altogether?

Marrero vs. Ramos, then, perhaps? Sounds pretty short 'n' sweet?
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It sounds like Pascal vs. González is the obvious choice for #1, but what's mandatory behind that?

I might look up highlight of the Kovalev vs. Mohammedi KO, but it sounds like Shumenov vs. Flores is okay to pass on altogether?

Marrero vs. Ramos, then, perhaps? Sounds pretty short 'n' sweet?

Pascal v Gonzalez
Barrera v Zoulikha was a good fight on that same card too.
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Old 07-26-2015, 08:06 PM   #3
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Really? I'd figured Sullivan would've owned Hakhim.
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Really? I'd figured Sullivan would've owned Hakhim.

No Hakhim was down in round 1 due to a KD/ trip, but came back and had Barrera hurt a few times and had a bad cut. But Sulivan got back into it and stopped him in the 8th, but it was looking like Barrera might pull it off for a while
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Old 07-26-2015, 08:12 PM   #5
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Huh, so is the Barrera hype train going to slow down then? He shouldn't be hurt or troubled by someone like Zoulikha.
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Mohammedi vs Kovalev was a pretty dominant, one sided, outboxing and KO. It was a sparring match as he put it, no need to see it.

Pascal vs Gonzalez definitely watch that.. And between Shumenov and Morrero fights, I'd go with the latter for sure, short and sweet, sweet science while it lasted with a nice knockout.

Shumenov fight was something like Wilder vs Stiverne to give you an apt comparison.
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Old 07-26-2015, 08:22 PM   #7
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Mohammedi vs Kovalev was a pretty dominant, one sided, outboxing and KO. It was a sparring match as he put it, no need to see it.

Pascal vs Gonzalez definitely watch that.. And between Shumenov and Morrero fights, I'd go with the latter for sure, short and sweet, sweet science while it lasted with a nice knockout.

Shumenov fight was something like Wilder vs Stiverne to give you an apt comparison.
What about some of the other stuff from yesterday? Anybody watch the British card? Blackwell vs. Jones, or Hughie Fury vs. that fat Brazilian?

Viloria destroyed Soto in two minutes flat in their rematch; pretty surprising, they fought to a SD last time.

Thomas vs. Shimmell any good?
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Not seen the others... I've been looking for Soto-Viloria but it's not up on YouTube yet, only the first fight.
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marrero looked good even though it was rico fuggin ramos. hughie fury can put you to sleep
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1. Pascal Vs Gonzalez
2. Kovalev Vs. Mohammedi
3. Shumeonov Vs. Flores

The rest.... eh....
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marrero looked good even though it was rico fuggin ramos. hughie fury can put you to sleep
Ramos is a former champ (if only because he pulled the luckiest punch of the decade outta his ass versus Shimoda) - deserves a little respect anyway.

He isn't a bum. Nothing earth shattering but still a solid W for Marrero, especially by early KO. Cuellar has proven himself legit and couldn't manage to stop Ramos.
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What about some of the other stuff from yesterday? Anybody watch the British card? Blackwell vs. Jones, or Hughie Fury vs. that fat Brazilian?

Viloria destroyed Soto in two minutes flat in their rematch; pretty surprising, they fought to a SD last time.

Thomas vs. Shimmell any good?
Don't bother with the Fury fight, glorified sparring session... Only if you're insane like me with an unhealthy penchant for heavyweight fights.
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none...
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Don't bother with the Fury fight, glorified sparring session... Only if you're insane like me with an unhealthy penchant for heavyweight fights.
If even YOU are telling me not to watch a fight of any member of the Fury clan, I know to steer well clear.
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