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Old 01-17-2010, 05:43 PM   #151
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That Zapata fight sounds like a whoopin.
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Old 01-18-2010, 07:42 AM   #152
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Jung Koo Chang KO 3 Alfonso Lopez.

A bit of a sloppy start from the young Chang but once he got going..Wow..He had Lopez down twice in the 2nd, the bell saving Alfonso. In the 3rd Lopez looked like he was on a boat, wobbling around unsteadily. But he bravely fought back, taking a fair bit of leather before finally going down again at the end of the round and thats where the ref waved it off.

Chang is just a natural.


Lionel Rose W10 Tiny Palacio

No sound and average quality...The fight seems to skip from time to time. But I barely saw more then a few exchanges where Tiny had any ascendancy. Lionel looked excellent slipping punches, effortlessly moving around the ring and dominating with his jab.
Tiny was no mug either, A well travelled trial horse...sharing the ring the best around at the time. Including Olivares, Harada and Shibata.
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Old 01-18-2010, 09:59 AM   #153
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Jung Koo Chang KO 3 Alfonso Lopez.

A bit of a sloppy start from the young Chang but once he got going..Wow..He had Lopez down twice in the 2nd, the bell saving Alfonso. In the 3rd Lopez looked like he was on a boat, wobbling around unsteadily. But he bravely fought back, taking a fair bit of leather before finally going down again at the end of the round and thats where the ref waved it off.

Chang is just a natural.


Lionel Rose W10 Tiny Palacio

No sound and average quality...The fight seems to skip from time to time. But I barely saw more then a few exchanges where Tiny had any ascendancy. Lionel looked excellent slipping punches, effortlessly moving around the ring and dominating with his jab.
Tiny was no mug either, A well travelled trial horse...sharing the ring the best around at the time. Including Olivares, Harada and Shibata.
Didn't know that Rose fight was about, what else have you got by him? I'v seen Olivares vs Palacio.
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Old 01-18-2010, 12:41 PM   #154
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That Zapata fight sounds like a whoopin.
It was a domination and in the late rounds it was a whoopin but early on it was quite close.

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Jung Koo Chang KO 3 Alfonso Lopez.

A bit of a sloppy start from the young Chang but once he got going..Wow..He had Lopez down twice in the 2nd, the bell saving Alfonso. In the 3rd Lopez looked like he was on a boat, wobbling around unsteadily. But he bravely fought back, taking a fair bit of leather before finally going down again at the end of the round and thats where the ref waved it off.

Chang is just a natural.


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One of my favrouite performances of Chang. The start is sloppy but as you say when he gets going...

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Didn't know that Rose fight was about, what else have you got by him? I'v seen Olivares vs Palacio.
Same here on both counts.

Got all of Rose's title fights the 2 you sent and a Garcia non title bouts where he KO's Garcia cold.
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Old 01-18-2010, 01:20 PM   #155
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It was a domination and in the late rounds it was a whoopin but early on it was quite close.



One of my favrouite performances of Chang. The start is sloppy but as you say when he gets going...



Same here on both counts.

Got all of Rose's title fights the 2 you sent and a Garcia non title bouts where he KO's Garcia cold.
Didn't i send you the Gattellari fight or is that what your talking about?
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Old 01-18-2010, 02:09 PM   #156
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Didn't i send you the Gattellari fight or is that what your talking about?
yeh the Gattelari fight is what you sent me and the Rudkin bout I also have a non title Garcia bout
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Old 01-18-2010, 04:05 PM   #157
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Lots of Jones. Jones/Pazienza is noteworthy. If anybody doubts that Roy Jones had anything other than a truly world-class jab, watch that fight. I thought Pazienza made a decent scrap of it considering he was almost hilariously under-sized, but the outcome was more or less inevitable.
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Old 01-18-2010, 04:16 PM   #158
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Rinty Monaghan vs Jackie Paterson

A wee *******. Paterson weak at the weight boxed of the back foot in his southpaw stance whilst Monaghan pressed the action. Paterson landed afew good counters as Rinty rushed on but ultimatly Monaghan's strength was too much for the wee Glesga lad as he pressured relentlessly.

A hard punch dropped Paterson in the 3rd but he got up at 9.

In the seventh Monaghan came on savegly and got Paterson in a corner and bruttally battered him with right after left and Paterson fell lifeless and was unable to move for about a minute. Cracking wee fight.

Was only highlights

Time: 19 mins
Rounds: 1,2,3,7

Monaghan KO7 Paterson


Rinty Monaghan vs Dado Marino I

Only 1 minute of footage from a newsreel. Monaghan landed a good shot and dropped Marino in the opener but Marino fought back savegly as Monaghan bobbed and weaved his way in but Marino's furious hooks and uppercuts thwarted his advances. The ending was unclear on the footage but Riny was DQ'd

Time: 1 minute


Marino DQ9 Monaghan


Sandy Saddler vs Charley Riley

Very entertaining bout this one. However I only have 6 rounds of it. Riley actually beat Saddler on the inside early in the fight. He used his shorter arms to land short jolting punches on Saddler and that nullified what Saddler could do. In the second Riley hurt Saddler badly with some inside combinations but couldnt finish him off.
As it skipped forward to the 6th Saddler had the upper hand in a close infighting spurt and hurt Riley in the middle of the round but Riley came back near the end of the round and battered saddler. The 7th was similar to the sixth as Saddler got the upperhand of the round but Riley came on strong at the end.

In the last two rounds Saddler used his height and reach and got up on his toes and boxed Riley, very effectivly I may add. Spearing in right leads and using a stiff jab he backed up Riley and pressured him and when Saddler got inside he whipped in hard uppercuts. At the end of the 10th Riley came on strong but it was to late

Rounds: 1,2,6,7,9,10

Saddler MD10 Riley


Sandy Saddler vs Teddy 'Red Top' Davis

Another fairly interesting bout of Saddler's which is a surprise! Red Top started out alright keeping the bout at rnage and jumping in with a sharp jab, although he had a peculiar style of movement with his feet. Saddler forced his way in and battered his body among other things early. Nearer the end of teh fight Saddler took the fight at range and winged in hard shots at Davis ,who gallantly stood up to the shots, when Sadddler did work his way inside he was equally as effective in wholloping Davis and took a wide decision.

Just some notes on Saddler as a whole:

To me he was a good in fighter (if dirty). However I think he was most effective when he was using his long shots to set up his inside game, he seemed to land more and cause more damage although Saddler seemed to fight on the inside early in fights maybe to wear out opponents then start to use abit more range later in the fight perhaps when his opponent was tired out abit.
The 10th to 15th was Saddlers domain as he worked his long range work good and bullied inside after it. And always looked frsher.
To me H2H as a Featherweight I honestly dont see him matching up too well with the ATG's as I feel he could be hurt (although not KO'd) and could be beat on the inside by a shorter more compact puncher. Also he could be out boxed as Pep showed.


Saddler UD15 Davis
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Old 01-18-2010, 09:28 PM   #159
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Oscar Muniz W12 Johnny Carter. Carter started strong as he tended to do but Muniz came on strong to get the decision. Carter won the first 3 rounds. Carter could look like a world beater for a short time but couldn't maintain the pace. Muniz tried unsuccessfully to box Carter from the outside but shifted to a body attack mid rounds. I had it 7-5 for Muniz. Very good fight.
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Old 01-19-2010, 01:45 AM   #160
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I recently watched Bobby Chacon beat the stuffing out of Danny Lopez when both were up and comers. I didn't bother scoring it, but outside of the middle rounds, which I actually thought were at least competitive, Chacon dished out an ass-whooping. He took plenty of leather himself, but must've out-landed Lopez 2 to 1 at least. His return fire was on point. Almost every time Lopez tagged him, outside of the jab, he cracked him right back with an even harder shot or combination of shots. The amount of flush punches he landed in the fight was ridiculous.

Great finish as well. Almost immediately after the 9th round started Chacon hit him with a series of 1-2's that sent Lopez crashing through the ropes. Any lesser man would've been done right there, but Lopez being the warrior he was got back to his feet and resumed taking his beating. It ended on the other side of the ring, when again Chacon blitzed him with flush combinations that sent him through the ropes until the ref waved it off.
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Old 01-19-2010, 11:42 AM   #161
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Im a big Chacon fan but I have never seen that bout will have to get it
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Old 01-19-2010, 02:17 PM   #162
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Im a big Chacon fan but I have never seen that bout will have to get it
Talking about that fight, you've gotta watch this...
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4afYmsjPJA[/ame]


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Old 01-19-2010, 05:04 PM   #163
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Youtube dosent play for me. What is it about?
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Old 01-20-2010, 02:19 AM   #164
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Youtube dosent play for me. What is it about?


It's a short documentary about the Lopez Chacon fight, Chacon's career and how life has treated the pair of them in retirement. Chacon's has been tragic and he now suffers with Pugilistica Dementia.
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Yeh Chacon is in a bad way now, which is a shame
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