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Old 06-25-2010, 01:57 PM   #16
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I've heard good things about Boschiero but I agree with you guys Cammarelle could have success if he went pro. The way he dealt with Price in the olympic semi was ruthless to say the least
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Old 06-26-2010, 02:05 AM   #17
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I had high hopes for 2000 Olympian Di Rocco.

Russo said he would turn pro after the '09 WC's but he still hasn't.
That ****ing ***** is the embodiment of everything wrong with amateur boxing. I love watching Chakhkiev and Romanchuk beat the shit out of him. If he ever turned pro he wouldn't amount to jack shit with his running, slapping, cowardly style.

Utter disgrace to Italians & boxing.
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Old 06-30-2010, 03:30 AM   #18
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I like Michele di Rocco but since his loss to Lauri he is not really stepping it up. Stylewise he´s fun to watch, but my feeling is, that he is mentally not strong enough for bigger things. Hope i´m wrong though.

Best Italian at the moment imo is Brunet Zamora, but off course he is born Cuban, so some people will not count him as Italian.

I like Bundu too, but at age 35 there can´t be expected bigger things.

Maludrottu was on world level but had no chance against then divisions best Hasegawa.
I still think Maludrottu could do something, but does he has the desire for the sport after his second loss. Would love to see him against Sidorenko.
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Old 06-30-2010, 03:39 AM   #19
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The world level guys all got old. I'm not sure I've even heard of a young Italian world level prospect lately.

The last may have been Sven Paris.
Sven Paris was a very good amateur, but as a pro he was disappointing and never on world level. Maludrottu, Sarritzu for example had much more success than him. Fragomeni too, eventhough he started his pro career very late. Domenico Spada didn´t have success in his big fights, but two times he had been robbed, against Oral and in his first fight against Zbik. At least Spada was in a big fight, Paris never has been.
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Old 07-05-2010, 11:59 AM   #20
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however,

nowadays top italian amateur fighters make way more money than pros. so why change?
how do they get paid? by the italian amateur boxing organization or by sponsors?
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how come Roberto Comarelle never turned pro?
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