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Old 10-12-2007, 01:24 PM   #1
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Default yuri nuzhnenko vs Vyatcheslav Senchenko

who wins this fight of unbeaten eastern euro contenders???

nuzhnenko is 26-0 (13), senchenko is 23-0 (16).

nuzheneko has fought better comp, but senchenko is a former olympian.

i pick senchenko by UD.
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Old 10-13-2007, 05:05 AM   #2
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who wins this fight of unbeaten eastern euro contenders???

nuzhnenko is 26-0 (13), senchenko is 23-0 (16).

nuzheneko has fought better comp, but senchenko is a former olympian.

i pick senchenko by UD.
I have heard a lot about Nuzchnenko,but have never seen him fight in a ring.
Kostya is his promoter,isnt he?
As for Senchenko he is one of those very capable and underrated russian fighters out there.He is a threat to any present fellow fighter of his weight division.
According to some fight reports Nuzchnenko doesnt have much firepower.Could be a problem against Senchenko.

Eastern euro contenders,eh?
Sounds good,unitas! I guess most people in the western european countries wouldnt consider Russia to be a part of europe.
By the way neither do most Russians!
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Old 10-16-2007, 07:02 PM   #3
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Default Re: yuri nuzhnenko vs Vyatcheslav Senchenko

Ukrainians. Not Russians. That's for one.

Secondly, Nuzhnenko by TKO in late rounds. I've seen both fighters on numerous occasions, so I guess I have the right to pick

PS. Kostya has nothing to do with Nuzhnenko at all. He started his pro career in Poland, then moved back to Ukraine where he was signed by National Box Promotion. Right now, he is rated #2 by WBA, hoping to get his chance at world title probably by the end of next year. That said, fight with Senchenko is off the radar for now, even though that over a last couple of years Nuzhnenko Team made several challenges (some through mass media), but every time Sencnenko promoters from Donetsk, Ukraine declined to accept those challenges. You can look at my pick and guess why.
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Old 10-18-2007, 09:48 AM   #4
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Ukrainians. Not Russians. That's for one.

Secondly, Nuzhnenko by TKO in late rounds. I've seen both fighters on numerous occasions, so I guess I have the right to pick

PS. Kostya has nothing to do with Nuzhnenko at all. He started his pro career in Poland, then moved back to Ukraine where he was signed by National Box Promotion. Right now, he is rated #2 by WBA, hoping to get his chance at world title probably by the end of next year. That said, fight with Senchenko is off the radar for now, even though that over a last couple of years Nuzhnenko Team made several challenges (some through mass media), but every time Sencnenko promoters from Donetsk, Ukraine declined to accept those challenges. You can look at my pick and guess why.
You are right,lokomoko!

Senchenko is Ukranian! Ts! Ts! I made him a Russian! Haha!
Anyway! For most westerns Ukraine is as much part of europe as -lets say-Armenia or Iran.
I havent seen Nuzhnenko yet,but Senchenko looked fairly decent when I watched him fight on tv.
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