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Old 01-06-2012, 10:20 AM   #181
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Surely you'll both agree at least that it was Gennady's hardest-earned professional victory?
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Old 01-06-2012, 10:33 AM   #182
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The Ouma fight was very hard, I would agree. On the other hand I don't remember anyone looking particularly good against Ouma.
Golovkins match against Ian Gardner was pretty difficult, too, IIRC. But of course not nearly as "hard-earned".
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Old 01-06-2012, 10:42 AM   #183
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Of course, when the Superfight finally happens Ouma will be relegated to Golovkin's second hardest victory (and that's assuming he beats HNN, which is no sure thing despite him most likely and correctly being a prohibitive favorite)
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Old 01-11-2012, 03:21 PM   #184
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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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Just read that N'jikam signed an 18 months, four fight deal with the very same promoter.

Related: Interweb claims Golovkin and Hassan are talking about fighting again. April it said. I think we'll get Maweather - Paquiao first, though.
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Old 02-02-2012, 02:40 PM   #185
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Just read that N'jikam signed an 18 months, four fight deal with the very same promoter.

Related: Interweb claims Golovkin and Hassan are talking about fighting again. April it said. I think we'll get Maweather - Paquiao first, though.
And his new old promoter keeps up the good work. N'Jikam has vacated his interim title.
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Old 02-03-2012, 05:39 AM   #186
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N'Jikam withdrew from the purse bid with Golovkin today, I believe it was. On the place that has news on fights.

I just came in to pay respects to N'Jikam. A solid top 10 middleweight. I'd like to see him vs. Martin Murray or Proksa.
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Old 02-10-2012, 04:42 PM   #187
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There are apparently rumors of HNN being in talks to fight Pirog in Equatorial Guinea. Is he still a coward or whatever people in the general concluded if this proves to be the reason he vacated his interim belt?
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Old 02-10-2012, 06:35 PM   #188
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There are apparently rumors of HNN being in talks to fight Pirog in Equatorial Guinea. Is he still a coward or whatever people in the general concluded if this proves to be the reason he vacated his interim belt?
Facing Pirog would almost wipe clean the slate for ducking Golovkin.
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Old 02-11-2012, 04:41 AM   #189
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There are apparently rumors of HNN being in talks to fight Pirog in Equatorial Guinea. Is he still a coward or whatever people in the general concluded if this proves to be the reason he vacated his interim belt?
No. After holding onto the WBA interm belt for around 2 years, having at least 4 or 5 with fights with Golovkin falling through, trying to blame it on Gena when Hassan was clearly the one avoiding his reputation has a blackmark that should follow him the rest of his career and rightfully so.

If he fights Pirog i'll at least be willing to still consider him a potential top MW rather than a circus sideshow act hiding in his batcave in France.
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Old 02-11-2012, 10:23 AM   #190
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Does anyone really think that Pirog andf N'Jikam will go to Equatorial Guinea to fight of all places? It just doesn't sound like the sort of idea that will excite everyone involved. Considering N'Jikam is still with his old promoter this looks like a smoke screen.
And if it does happen, it will happen somewhere else me thinks.
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Old 02-11-2012, 11:13 AM   #191
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I don't expect N'Jikam to fight Pirog, but great fight if it does happen.
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Old 02-11-2012, 10:16 PM   #192
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If I were a fighter and got a contract to fight in Equatorial Guinea, I would laugh hysterically and precede to use said contract as toilet tissue.

Why Equatorial Guinea and not ust plain old Guinea or Guinea Bissau for that matter? I thought N'Jikam was from Cameroon, anyway???
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Old 02-12-2012, 07:11 AM   #193
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If I were a fighter and got a contract to fight in Equatorial Guinea, I would laugh hysterically and precede to use said contract as toilet tissue.

Why Equatorial Guinea and not ust plain old Guinea or Guinea Bissau for that matter? I thought N'Jikam was from Cameroon, anyway???
Equatorial Guinea is full of oil money
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Equatorial Guinea is full of oil money
Thanks; I had no idea. Are they now in OPEC? Oil money aside, I have no doubt it is a very corrupt place and a fighter would get fleeced big time through financial tarrifs on his purse. Not unlike what they did to Foreman when he tried to leave Venezuela after beating Frazier.
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Old 02-14-2012, 04:02 PM   #195
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Thanks; I had no idea. Are they now in OPEC? Oil money aside, I have no doubt it is a very corrupt place and a fighter would get fleeced big time through financial tarrifs on his purse. Not unlike what they did to Foreman when he tried to leave Venezuela after beating Frazier.
I dont think it is a part of OPEC. I got to know about the country through a great documentary called Once Upon a Coup - highly recommended. You are not wrong about the country being corrupt!
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