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Old 11-18-2011, 10:28 PM   #1216
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That fighter hadn't lost in 20 years
Oh, yeah. Almost twenty.

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School yourself, fool. Arias was THE TRUTH!
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:29 PM   #1217
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Troll mode, B? Nice.

I'm currently watching Donovan Ruddock outbox Carlos Hernandez. Has there ever been as pronounced change in style than there was in Donovan's career? He's barely threw a power shot at all through six rounds, dominating the fight almost exclusively with the jab. Ruddock would always lead with left hooks later on in his career, not even bothering to throw a jab. Crazy.
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:20 PM   #1218
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Hiroshi Kawashima vs Carlos Gabriel Salazar

Round 1- 10-10
Round 2- 10-9 Salazar
Round 3- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 4- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 5- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 6- 10-9 Salazar
Round 7- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 8- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 9- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 10-10-9 Kawashima
Round 11- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 12- 10-9 Salazar

IŽll watch more of Kawashima, good fighter....
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:23 PM   #1219
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Hiroshi Kawashima vs Carlos Gabriel Salazar

Round 1- 10-10
Round 2- 10-9 Salazar
Round 3- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 4- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 5- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 6- 10-9 Salazar
Round 7- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 8- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 9- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 10-10-9 Kawashima
Round 11- 10-9 Kawashima
Round 12- 10-9 Salazar

IŽll watch more of Kawashima, good fighter....
Penalosa schooled this kid something awful.
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Old 11-18-2011, 11:32 PM   #1220
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Penalosa schooled this kid something awful.
Interesting...IŽll try to watch this later.....
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Old 11-19-2011, 03:44 AM   #1221
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Leonard/Duran 2.
I can see giving the first and fifth to Duran. However a 7-0 lead for Leonard is reasonable.
Leonard beat Duran on the outside and the inside. Bascialy Leonard spent the first six rounds beating the **** out of Duran. He started to play with Duran in the seventh and made Duran quit in the eighth round.
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Old 11-19-2011, 06:02 AM   #1222
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It's quality imo right blend of sweetness.

My flyweight knowledge is next to nothing between the era of wilde and darch
Its alright like.

You should watch some more flyweights great action.

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Park Vs Espedas is one of my favourite shoot outs. Two very talented Flyweights.
Yeh amazing, Espadas actually looks a tidy technician throughout it

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I agree Greg, only way to take it, straight!
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Watching Frazier vs Quarry II. Both great fights, but here they are both noteably dull compared to their first fight.
The best 2 Heavyweight fights series IMO, First fight is brutal
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Old 11-19-2011, 01:01 PM   #1223
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Micky Ward vs Emanuel Augustus

Very close brutal slugfest

I gave it to Ward by a point due to the knockdown

Ward rounds: 2,3,6,9,10
Augustus rounds: 1,4,5,7,8

= Micky Ward 95-94
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Old 11-20-2011, 08:59 AM   #1224
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Kuniaki Shibata vs Susumu Okabe

This is Shibata after losing to Alfredo Escalara by brutal KO. And this is a very tasty ten rounder.
Okabe is a bit of a brawler, and shows: fast feet, steady pressure, nice head movement and good punching form (if a lack of straight punching.) He is obviously a talented fighter, but he takes a wee while to get going in this fight.

Shibata starts off in great form, popping the jab at range, right into Okabe’s face, and the times that Okabe did get through into range, Shibata would show lovely counter combinations then slide out of range, really nice stuff.
In the fourth Okabe started to come on, he upped his pressure and workrate and closed the distance well with his feet whilst coming in with sharp hooks then working the body. Shibata struggled as Okabe upped the workrate, and tended to drift into defensive mode rather than counter back, allowing his offensive output to really tail off.

Okabe kept it up as the fight progressed as Shibata favoured a long-range game and was piling the points up with his jab, however around the seventh Shibata started to mix it more and more and his sharp counters really caught the eye.

The ninth round was superb two-way toe to toe action as both guys battled it out, Shibata came off superior with a crisp combination hurting Okabe near the end of the round, but Okabe fought back bravely. The tenth had some more action just not on that level.
I was impressed with Shibata here, he shows lovely offensive manoeuvres tied down with solid defensive skills and awareness, however he was occasionally just caught off guard with silly shots, regularly throughout the fight.

Alberto Davila vs Rodolfo Martinez
This was an eliminator for a shot at Zarate who had just dethroned Martinez as WBC champion.
Davila starts brilliantly, he kept the pressure on Martinez forcing him back then took advantage of any mistakes Martinez did with hard sharp counters, but it was the speed of Davila that was really surprising Martinez.

Martinez didn’t look that good on the backfoot, against Zarate I was impressed in the way he found angles to launch his counters off the backfoot, but here he just jabbed cautiously as he retreated, and Davila expertly out jabbed him and stepped in with counters. I love watching Davila outjab bigger guys, he is so effective at it.

In the third Davila for whatever reason shuts down offensively and allows Martinez to take the round by virtue of a busier and steadier jab. However, Davila regains control in the fourth.
Martinez turns southpaw in the fifth and sixth and takes the front foot and is effective as he forces Davila back with a right jab, then pumping combinations off of it. However, he is really open as a southpaw and Davila takes advantage of this in the sixth by resorting to countering and does a great job.

Martinez reverts to orthodox for the seventh but a lovely right hand lead by Davila drops him heavily, Martinez is up and Davila assaults him with both hands before finding another right hand that sends him down again, he recovers and a Davila combination drops him but he gets up. Martinez gets back up and survives on his feet for a good minute and a half and looks to be surviving the round before the ensuing Davila storm eventually just blows him off his feet.
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Old 11-20-2011, 10:32 AM   #1225
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I have Shibatas final two fights (at Lightweight) to watch. Not sure if that is one of 'em Greg, but Kuniaki was a very skilful operator, love watching him. Despite being vulnerable he was brave, but seemed disheartened when actually knocked off his feet.

As I say, love watching him work though. Also have the Echegaray fight to watch, which by all accounts was a robbery, will have to get round to all that.
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Old 11-20-2011, 10:34 AM   #1226
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Aye his last two is that one and Al Espinoza, was going to watch it but stuck on Davila vs Pintor II instead.

His skillfull but careless IMO, at times he looks **** out like before gettin sparked by Villaflor, he looks amazing.
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Old 11-20-2011, 10:40 AM   #1227
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Yep, Villaflor didn't pace himself like he did in the first fight he imposed his size on Shibata early. Kuniaki fired off on him and got caught.

Very impressive and talented fighter without being 'great', I'd favour him against most non-punchers, his upper body movement and left hook were slick as ****
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Old 11-20-2011, 10:43 AM   #1228
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Arturo Gatti vs Tracy Harris Patterson 1

good fight

Imo the most skilled Gatti performance (Aint watched the rematch but probz will sometime this week) he showed a good jab and good footwork in this fight and got a 10-8 round in round 2 after a perfectly placed uppercut.

Gatti rounds: 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
Patterson rounds: 3,11,12

= Gatti 117-110
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Old 11-20-2011, 10:57 AM   #1229
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Yep, Villaflor didn't pace himself like he did in the first fight he imposed his size on Shibata early. Kuniaki fired off on him and got caught.

Very impressive and talented fighter without being 'great', I'd favour him against most non-punchers, his upper body movement and left hook were slick as ****
Yeh such a smooth fighter.

Is the first fight out there? Aint seen it.
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Old 11-20-2011, 11:03 AM   #1230
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Yeah it's out there, Villaflor gets off to a slow start but claws it back. Even considering Shibata being a small junior lightweight and same day weigh in's, Villaflor was massive for the weight, immensely durable and packed a punch. Good fighter from what I've seen, though admittedly only thing I've seen apart from the Shibata fights is him Vs Serrano when he's past his best.

Both Sweet_Scientist and I have posted our scorecards on this thread it's on s****boxing
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