|07-10-2011, 06:22 AM||#1|
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Join Date: Feb 2005
Arslan/Suda - Eurosport Friday
Good fight this one, Suda beat Arslan years ago and this fight is in Arslan's home town so am guessing they want Arslan to win, as long as he is standing at the end will he get the verdict.
Its on an Arena box bill and I think Arslan may be with them so am guessing there is only one winner here.
Anyone see it differently?
|07-14-2011, 10:01 PM||#3|
Nash Equilibrium Debunker
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Re: Arslan/Suda - Eurosport Friday
Firat looked like a demon in his comeback, although a large part of that may have just been how bad Bilak sucked.
The Czech is a step up and obviously posed a challenge in the past, but he looked really flat and useless against Afolabi.
Based on their last performances, you have to favor Arslan by some form of stoppage - avenging a loss and getting a step closer to one more title shot.
Sjekloca is undefeated but untested. Gevor is coming off two straight losses (three in his last four, and four in his last eight). He was on his way to a very decisive points loss to Stieglitz before his disgraceful exit from that title challenge. Honestly it's a wonder he isn't universally banned from the sport after what he did. Hopefully Sjekloca's record isn't too padded and he's got enough ability to rid us of this clown by putting the nail in his career's coffin.
Teper was not particularly impressive on the Klitschko-Solis undercard against Hawkins, despite scoring a few knockdowns. He is in with a seemingly dangerous Croatian and can't afford to be in cruise control again.
Selcuk Aydin is again buried deep on an undercard, despite being a top contender in the division (and rumored to fight Berto). Perhaps he'll vent his frustrations on Dzechkanau as he did on Lubachkin - with a ferocious early blitzkrieg.