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Old 10-08-2007, 01:05 AM   #16
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Mijares is getting very highly rated for the fight against Arce, and to me it was more of an exposure of Arce's lack of boxing skills than it was a showcase of Mijares skills.

Mijares does not have alot of power and his speed isnt really defining either, hes just a tall fighter with good technique who fought the smart fight against Arce (who btw kept lunging after Mijares in their fight). I guess i can see Mijares outworking Montiel to win some rounds, but Montiel's body shots could close the show real quick and end it all for Christian.
Speed and power are not the defining qualities of all fighters.

Mijares from what I have seen has great ring generalship, great timing, very good boxing skills, and very good defense.

Remember, some of the greatest champions ever didn't have an overwhelming skill.
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:08 AM   #17
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His defence is solid, but still needs work and he can be suckered into fighting another guys fight. These are the two factors he needs to work on, but other than that, what's not to like.

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Old 10-08-2007, 01:22 AM   #18
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What would happen in a fight between Mijarez and Hussein Hussein?
Mijarez would decision him.
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:28 AM   #19
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I think Mijarez would outbox him Isn't Koki a 112? Who do you think would win?
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:28 AM   #20
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What about Mijarez vs Koki kameda?
Koki Kameda
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:31 AM   #21
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What would happen in a fight between Mijarez and Hussein Hussein?
Hussein would be a punching bag.
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:35 AM   #22
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I guess you don't know who Hussein Hussein is..
not much but i/ve seen a cuple fight of his one with Arce and one i forgot his name but his all that great he eats too much leather,hes defance sucks.A great boxer like Mijares would nail him all night.
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YEs kameda is at 112 but this fight isn't impossible because 3 lbs jump isn't a big of a difference in these lower weight divisions.

Koki Kameda is like Manny PAcquiao of Japan.. He's bigger than life right now despite his average competition...

Kameda is too inexperienced to hang with Mijarez IMO..
I agree , I've seen some of his fights , he likes to walk his opponent down with his guard up and throw hard punches , but Mijares has very quick feet and would be out of the way and Koki would be eating jabs constenly , but Koki has good hand speed so he might do better than Ace did , but that doesn't say much.
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:46 AM   #24
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YEs kameda is at 112 but this fight isn't impossible because 3 lbs jump isn't a big of a difference in these lower weight divisions.

Koki Kameda is like Manny PAcquiao of Japan.. He's bigger than life right now despite his average competition...

Kameda is too inexperienced to hang with Mijarez IMO..
Koki is arrogant as hell though...have you seen some of his stare down? LOLOLOL
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What about Mijarez vs Koki kameda?
Mijares would destroy him by UD, unless it's in Japan, in which case he would lose by a horrible split decision, a la the first Landaeta/Kameda fight, which was one of the worse robberies I've ever seen. Kameda has a lot of potential, but he's not even close to being there yet (Kameda legitimately won the rematch, although it was closer than the judges had it). He's extremely raw, and still learning a lot of the basics.

Koki's moving up to 115, so it would be a very doable fight.

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Old 10-08-2007, 01:53 AM   #26
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Kameda is a hype job, insanely overrated in Japan. Mijares would probably stop him, Montiel and other punchers definitley would do so.
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Old 10-08-2007, 01:58 AM   #27
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wouldnt exactly call Koki a hype job, he definetely has skills and an extremely decent resume for a 20 year old, he belongs in the elite and in time if taken care properly he can be P4P, but yeah all the elites at super flyweight would destroy him right now.
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Old 10-08-2007, 02:01 AM   #28
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It's true that he's receiving alot of hype in Japan but what makes you think that a light hitting Mijarez would stop him? He'd probably win a wide decision but a knockout is hard to imagine, coming from Mijarez..

I can see Montiel knocking him out though.

Anyway i think you've exceeded your alcohol limit so put that glass down for now.
Mijares can stop guys on accumulation, he's very accurate and the accumulative punishment he's put on several opponents has been brutal.

Kameda would eat so much leather...

Can't wait to see Kameda destroyed personally, ****ing hype jobs...
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Old 10-08-2007, 02:02 AM   #29
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Mijares , I like the way he fights especially when he goes on the attack , defence is always on his mind and very alert , just look at how he was hitting Ace constenly as if he were a punching bag and when Ace tries to answer back , Mijarez would feint back making him miss then jumping right back on him
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Old 10-08-2007, 02:03 AM   #30
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Mijares , I like the way he fights especially when he goes on the attack , defence is always on his mind and very alert , just look at how he was hitting Ace constenly as if he were a punching bag and when Ace tries to answer back , Mijarez would feint back making him miss then jumping right back on Ace on him
Class work, Kameda would eat even more punches than Arce most likely.

I hope they bring it on, I could use seeing another hype job brutalised, not that Arce was such, I am referring to the recent destruction of Taylor that was so much fun.
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