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Old 01-06-2011, 06:56 AM   #46
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Dimitrenko has also said nein danke and seems to have serious issues with his health (Dirrell-dicease?).
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Old 01-11-2011, 08:51 PM   #47
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No way they are going to put him in with Chambers and Thompson yet...
Others do not have much left, who want to go to the same ring with Helenius.

Saurland have to go top 10 dudes or completely an underdog fighters
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Old 01-11-2011, 08:59 PM   #48
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Of course i have seen him fight. Everybody has a punchers chance BUT I think Chambers's skill, his counterpunching style combined with his speed is just too much for the big and limited Helenius. Your a big fan of him, but honestly that guy has a lot to prove.
Chambers is not that much runner than he can avoid Helenius body punch and also his so light puncher he cant harm him that way. Only chance to Chambers is win by points and thats very thin
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Chambers is not that much runner than he can avoid Helenius body punch and also his so light puncher he cant harm him that way. Only chance to Chambers is win by points and thats very thin
it would be a competetive fight no doubt! chambers hasnt been broken down to the body but i think helenius would win this one especially if the fight would be in germany! Helenius is better than dimitrenko
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Old 01-11-2011, 11:11 PM   #50
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He needs someone with an iron chin, who aint gonna take it right at em. He's a slow starter, and usually doesn't start sitting on his punches until he lands a solid counter.

This is my fav up and comer, and he looks like a younger version of Vitali, both in stature and style. Except of course Vitali started hitting hard as soon as the bell rung, whereas RH is a little apprehensive.

A good fight for him to move up the rankings, and still be a test of his endurance would be either Ollie McCall or Hasim Rahman. Both have solid chins and neither buckle to the first time they feel a fighters power.

After taking on one of these legends, he needs to tune up his upper body some, and work on his defense. He looks a little soft(not SOlis soft) and needs to tighten his d to his ample body. During this layoff period of conditioning he could throw a few stay busy fights together with the likes of journeyman like Jason Gavern or Malcolm Tann.

After he tightens his d and his body up, and with those 3 more wins, a run at a title would not be out of the question. Maybe taking on Boystov or Potvetkin for a title shot at a Klitschko.
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Old 01-12-2011, 09:28 PM   #51
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it would be a competetive fight no doubt! chambers hasnt been broken down to the body but i think helenius would win this one especially if the fight would be in germany! Helenius is better than dimitrenko
Agree. I do not understand how some can think Chambers is to tough opponent to Helenius such an early stage
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Old 01-13-2011, 07:10 AM   #52
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JARNO ROSBERG will surprise everybody and beat Helenius around the ring.

Robert takes the EBU title next autumn, and he will defend it against the LIVER HOOK MAN in Spring 2012.

Helenius will be leading on points 60-54, but Rosberg destroys him with a surprising body shot in the 7th. Karl Helenius will be UTTERLY ****ED.
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JARNO ROSBERG will surprise everybody and beat Helenius around the ring.

Robert takes the EBU title next autumn, and he will defend it against the LIVER HOOK MAN in Spring 2012.

Helenius will be leading on points 60-54, but Rosberg destroys him with a surprising body shot in the 7th. Karl Helenius will be UTTERLY ****ED.
Hello Jarno. Welcome to ESB.

My advice is win a rematch with Juho Haapoja first and then worry about Robert Helenius.
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Old 01-14-2011, 07:39 AM   #54
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Hello Michael Jackson, I thought you were dead.

My advice is, try to punch yourself in the chin like that guy who dominated Helenius in sparring did.
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Hello Michael Jackson, I thought you were dead.

My advice is, try to punch yourself in the chin like that guy who dominated Helenius in sparring did.
Who dominated Helenius in sparring?
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Old 01-14-2011, 03:28 PM   #56
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Who dominated Helenius in sparring?
There´s a rumor that Tyson Fury beat the **** out of Helenius in sparring.

VHB-Jarno is just stirring up the stew.
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There´s a rumor that Tyson Fury beat the **** out of Helenius in sparring.

VHB-Jarno is just stirring up the stew.
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Old 02-04-2011, 02:49 PM   #58
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Other forum someone mentioned next possible opponent to Helenius can be Samuel Peter or Ray Austin
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After watching Helenius vs Peter I´m really excited to see whose next.

Dimitrenko for the EBU-belt would be good.
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Old 04-04-2011, 10:41 AM   #60
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After watching Helenius vs Peter I´m really excited to see whose next.

Dimitrenko for the EBU-belt would be good.
Not so sure if Dimitrenko want that fight?!
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