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Old 06-30-2010, 08:59 PM   #1
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Default Can mundine compete?

Hi guys ,i didnt see last nights fight for obvious reasons, i would just like to know how mundine REALY LOOKED TONIGHT, with a bit of a breakdown in what departements he is suffering and will it contribute to choc getting starched at the top level at 154. No nutthuggers or haters please ,just an unbiased account on weather he can compete at the top level at this weight.

IS HE STILL FAST?
HOWS THE STAMINA, PUNCH OUT PUT?
MOVEMENT?
POWER IS OBVIOUS,MUNDINE NEVER HAD MUCH POP ANYWAY.

AND ANY OTHER OBSERVATIONS WOULD BE APPRECIATED.
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Old 07-01-2010, 02:28 AM   #2
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Old 07-01-2010, 02:31 AM   #3
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I lost interest around the sixth. Luckily the pub I was in had the cricket on.
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Old 07-01-2010, 02:39 AM   #4
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If there was one Division like it was some Years back,Mundine would now be fighting in a tent following the Show Circuit,probably have Him on the Big Base Drum,His Greatest Ali is the WBA without them He is nothing.!!!!

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Old 07-01-2010, 02:58 AM   #5
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Just going off the highlights on fox, Mundine looks weak.
The fact that couldnt KO or really hurt his opponent, who was a
glorified Welter, basically says where Mundine is at.
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Old 07-01-2010, 04:10 AM   #6
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He looked OK but fought badly.

His handspeed is still there, but his accuracy and timing seems off.
His power...well, just looking at it, he hasn't KO'd anyone in years and couldn't hurt this guy who is pretty much a bum (no disrespect) in regards to where Mundine wants to be.
Movement isn't that good. He doesn't move a lot these days and doesn't cut off the ring well against smaller men.
His defense revolves around the shoulder roll and he doesn't have the reflexes to make it really effective. He got tagged quite a bit in this fight but his opponent didn't have the power to really bother Mundine.
He needs to use his legs more and some head movement to go with his shoulder roll.
He went 12 rounds alright and but it wasn't at a high pace.
I think he can still compete but depends against who.
Targetting Cotto and Mayweather is a good idea because they are smaller guys at 154 but represent big names. I think he can compete with those guys.
Martinez and Golovkin would beat him up. Probably Williams to. Dzinziruk outboxes him. He could possibly beat Cintron but Cintron could knock him out too. **** Margarito.
Against Foreman would be a good fight. A battle of the feather fists.
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Old 07-01-2010, 04:24 AM   #7
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If Mundine was a genuine top tier fighter in 2010 then he would be blowing these bums away after a couple of rounds of outclassing them. He doesn't do that so i think that answers the question as to how he would far against world class fighters these days.
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Old 07-01-2010, 04:31 AM   #8
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Sorry mate, but this is just the hundreith useless Mundine thread.

What the **** does it take to see the obvious.

If he was any good any more, he would be fighting some cunt that could elevate him.

People leave the pubs & clubs when he comes on now, & a lot of them probably sad & disillusioned.

Read the "absolute Farce" thread.
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Old 07-01-2010, 04:42 AM   #9
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Sorry mate, but this is just the hundreith useless Mundine thread.

What the **** does it take to see the obvious.

If he was any good any more, he would be fighting some cunt that could elevate him.

People leave the pubs & clubs when he comes on now, & a lot of them probably sad & disillusioned.

Read the "absolute Farce" thread.
Why is this thread Farcial?
Sparta is asking how he went at 154 out of interest.
I dont see anything farcial about that at all.
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Why is this thread Farcial?
Sparta is asking how he went at 154 out of interest.
I dont see anything farcial about that at all.

Why start a thread about Choc's ability when there's all the information about his perfromance in the post mortems, & none of them complimentary.
I would have thought, there's a hint there, about how he goes at 154,,& ,, the jury is still out as to whether he did get down to 154 on any scales other than his own.

Geez mate,, he lost 2 rounds to a blown up welter rated down with Daffy Duck & took him the distance.

If you need more, fine. Prolly pay to get DNA as well just to insure it's right.
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Old 07-01-2010, 05:23 AM   #11
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Leaving Super Middle was the worst decision he could of made.
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Old 07-01-2010, 05:26 AM   #12
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Leaving Super Middle was the worst decision he could of made.

not sure about that. He may have ended up with another crack at some top tier (dare I say legit title holder even) and ended up losing again, in which case his career may have over quite some years ago...
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Changed Divisions to run from Golovkin end of story.!!!!

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Old 07-01-2010, 06:26 AM   #14
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He looked OK but fought badly.

His handspeed is still there, but his accuracy and timing seems off.
His power...well, just looking at it, he hasn't KO'd anyone in years and couldn't hurt this guy who is pretty much a bum (no disrespect) in regards to where Mundine wants to be.
Movement isn't that good. He doesn't move a lot these days and doesn't cut off the ring well against smaller men.
His defense revolves around the shoulder roll and he doesn't have the reflexes to make it really effective. He got tagged quite a bit in this fight but his opponent didn't have the power to really bother Mundine.
He needs to use his legs more and some head movement to go with his shoulder roll.
He went 12 rounds alright and but it wasn't at a high pace.
I think he can still compete but depends against who.
Targetting Cotto and Mayweather is a good idea because they are smaller guys at 154 but represent big names. I think he can compete with those guys.
Martinez and Golovkin would beat him up. Probably Williams to. Dzinziruk outboxes him. He could possibly beat Cintron but Cintron could knock him out too. **** Margarito.
Against Foreman would be a good fight. A battle of the feather fists.
Thanks vip for the analysis sounds like your on some neutral ground.
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Old 07-01-2010, 06:28 AM   #15
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not sure about that. He may have ended up with another crack at some top tier (dare I say legit title holder even) and ended up losing again, in which case his career may have over quite some years ago...
Maybe so, but at least he still had some pop there and wasn't weight drained. He's looked a shadow of what he once was since he's moved south.
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