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Old 04-09-2011, 01:00 AM   #166
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im still gonna continue to say sturm ko's this cat!
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Old 09-13-2011, 12:41 PM   #167
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Any news?

I've read some rumors surfacing recently that after the defense against Lajuan Simon on October 15th, Gennady Golovkin will actually come to Paris to deliver the MW dream match. Supposedly it will still be in 2011. That would mean Golovkin will meet N'Dam N'Jikam within ten weeks of his last bout.

On the other end of the spectrum, N'Dam N'Jikam has been inactive since April. If the rumors are false, and nothing else comes up - he could wind up having fought just once all year. That would be very disappointing.
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Old 09-13-2011, 02:40 PM   #168
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Those rumours are old I believe. Golovkin wants to box in new york in december the last I heard
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Old 11-14-2011, 04:17 AM   #169
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Any news when ndam is next out?
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:34 AM   #170
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So, after beating Lorenzo he actually left his good-for-nothing promoter. That's the good news, kind of. As a "free agent" it then took him eight months to get something scheduled (Kassim Ouma on February 24th in Equatorial Guinea, an African nation adjacent to his native Cameroon...I'm not sure if they've ever even held a boxing event before). The plan is now to appear in the ring four times in 18 months to make up for that inactivity.

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Old 01-03-2012, 02:35 AM   #171
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On the other end of the spectrum, N'Dam N'Jikam has been inactive since April. If the rumors are false, and nothing else comes up - he could wind up having fought just once all year. That would be very disappointing.
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:50 AM   #172
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So, after beating Lorenzo he actually left his good-for-nothing promoter. That's the good news, kind of. As a "free agent" it then took him eight months to get something scheduled (Kassim Ouma on February 24th in Equatorial Guinea, an African nation adjacent to his native Cameroon...I'm not sure if they've ever even held a boxing event before). The plan is now to appear in the ring four times in 18 months to make up for that inactivity.

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Doesn't sound like he has any intention of fighting Golovkin, which is a real shame. Will be nice to see him active, I have reservations of the quality of opponents though.

These middleweights are pretty disgraceful. Shit loads of quality fighters yet they are all happy to play it safe and avoid each other until a big pay day comes along.
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Old 01-03-2012, 02:56 AM   #173
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Doesn't sound like he has any intention of fighting Golovkin, which is a real shame. Will be nice to see him active, I have reservations of the quality of opponents though.

These middleweights are pretty disgraceful. Shit loads of quality fighters yet they are all happy to play it safe and avoid each other until a big pay day comes along.
Well, I still wouldn't scoff at Ouma as an opponent. He did give Golovkin hell. If the quality tails off after that then yeah, the spurt in activity will be hardly better than the shelf-warming.
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Old 01-03-2012, 03:11 AM   #174
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Well, I still wouldn't scoff at Ouma as an opponent. He did give Golovkin hell. If the quality tails off after that then yeah, the spurt in activity will be hardly better than the shelf-warming.
Ouma will give any middleweight trouble. He has been in with a shit load of quality boxers and has won or given them all a hard nights work. But at the end of the day, he almost always falls short. It wasn't specifically directed towards N'Jikam but the group of middleweight contenders.

N"Jikam - Lorenzo
Pirog - Maciel/Martirosyan
Barker - Spada
Macklin - Varon
Chavez Jr - Zbik/Manfredo
Lee - Bunema/Vera
Golovkin - Ouma/Simon

I could go on.

These guys have been on each others radar for a long time now and look at some of their recent opponents. It's not like they are prospects, they are fully fledged mature contenders. We should have seen fights between some of them by now. But such is the nature of the game, these fights will probably not happen.
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Old 01-03-2012, 08:41 AM   #175
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Ouma will give any middleweight trouble. He has been in with a shit load of quality boxers and has won or given them all a hard nights work. But at the end of the day, he almost always falls short. It wasn't specifically directed towards N'Jikam but the group of middleweight contenders.

N"Jikam - Lorenzo
Pirog - Maciel/Martirosyan
Barker - Spada
Macklin - Varon
Chavez Jr - Zbik/Manfredo
Lee - Bunema/Vera
Golovkin - Ouma/Simon

I could go on.

These guys have been on each others radar for a long time now and look at some of their recent opponents. It's not like they are prospects, they are fully fledged mature contenders. We should have seen fights between some of them by now. But such is the nature of the game, these fights will probably not happen.

They need to step it up this year and fight each other.

If he's a free agent now, there's nothing stopping N'Jikam from fighting Golovkin on the March 3 Klitschko-Mormeck card.

The Klitschkos are trying to persuade the WBA to force Sturm to fight Golovkin, but no way will Sturm fight a top middleweight and lose his belt. So as an alternative to a Sturm fight, Golovkin will next appear on the Klitschko-Mormeck card against TBA.

N'Jikam would be the logical opponent for Gennady if he's willing. He's also French like Mormeck, and the card is in a part of Germany not far from the border with France.
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Old 01-05-2012, 07:08 PM   #176
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Ouma will give any middleweight trouble. He has been in with a shit load of quality boxers and has won or given them all a hard nights work. But at the end of the day, he almost always falls short. It wasn't specifically directed towards N'Jikam but the group of middleweight contenders.

N"Jikam - Lorenzo
Pirog - Maciel/Martirosyan
Barker - Spada
Macklin - Varon
Chavez Jr - Zbik/Manfredo
Lee - Bunema/Vera
Golovkin - Ouma/Simon

I could go on.

These guys have been on each others radar for a long time now and look at some of their recent opponents. It's not like they are prospects, they are fully fledged mature contenders. We should have seen fights between some of them by now. But such is the nature of the game, these fights will probably not happen.
Holy shit! This post really puts things in perspective. Nice work...
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Old 01-05-2012, 07:13 PM   #177
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On a side note Ouma hardly gave Golovkin Hell. It was basically even through six but Golovkin really put the pressure on him the last few rounds, leading up to the stoppage. Ouma wound up in the hospital for a while if I recall.

Ouma sounds like the right type of opponent(safe) for N'Jikam.
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Old 01-05-2012, 09:32 PM   #178
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On a side note Ouma hardly gave Golovkin Hell. It was basically even through six but Golovkin really put the pressure on him the last few rounds, leading up to the stoppage. Ouma wound up in the hospital for a while if I recall.

Ouma sounds like the right type of opponent(safe) for N'Jikam.


Golovkin vs. Ouma was WAY too close for comfort for GGG fans until those last couple of rounds.
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Golovkin vs. Ouma was WAY too close for comfort for GGG fans until those last couple of rounds.
I remember your RBR for that one. You score fights well and I usually am in lock step with you for the most part but that was an odd one. I believe you had it 6-3 Ouma at the stoppage but some other posters (Stenalized) had it 6-3 for Golovkin, which was more in line with my scoring.

Regardless; Ouma did present some issues for Golovkin. I just thought that giving him Hell was a bit overboard.
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Old 01-06-2012, 10:03 AM   #180
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I remember your RBR for that one. You score fights well and I usually am in lock step with you for the most part but that was an odd one. I believe you had it 6-3 Ouma at the stoppage but some other posters (Stenalized) had it 6-3 for Golovkin, which was more in line with my scoring.

Regardless; Ouma did present some issues for Golovkin. I just thought that giving him Hell was a bit overboard.
I agree that Ouma didn't exactly give Golovkin 'Hell'. He outworked Golovkin early, but Gena fought Ouma in a way I haven't really seen many guys fight him successfully. He walked Ouma down rather than fight off the back foot. If I recall, as Golovkin was walking to the ring there was some kind of issue which resulted in a lengthy delay (I think Ouma may have already been in the ring warming up?), that may have played a role in Golovkin's cold start?

N'Jikam should beat any recent version of Ouma easily with his style, but I'm not too impressed with N'Jikam's fights with Khurtsidze and Lorenzo and doubt we'll see N'Jikam-Golovkin any time soon. I'd like to see N'Jikam relocate to Montreal, I think he could become a bigger name.
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