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Old 11-20-2011, 12:57 AM   #31
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Man he has heart...but he is really get his arse handed to him now, really nasty end to his career
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:57 AM   #32
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Maybe fighting three times in the nine months following a bad knockout loss, after a long, hard career, in your thirties is a bad idea.

Yeah, well said.

And Cermeno and Terrazas are no cupcakes, by any stretch. Can't speak on "Alvaro Perez."
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Old 11-20-2011, 12:59 AM   #33
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damn, this is getting worse for montiel
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:00 AM   #34
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Man, Montiel was all over Terrazas in the 12th (from what I could tell)
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:00 AM   #35
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Round 12

Montiel hooks Terrazas in the head, stepping in and bringing down clubbing rights as Terrazas tries to duck. Clinch. Break. Montiel circles in close against Terrazas and slaps away at his back as they come together. Bear hug by Terrazas. Montiel is going for the KO, selling out - maybe because of the open scoring? Montiel isn't landing very cleanly but has the crowd on its feet! Terrazas ducks, grabs, rushes past Montiel, grabs again and pulls his arms down - all sorts of spoiling. Montiel just keeps banging away!! Lefts and rights!! Terrazas is caught a bit! Hurt a bit! Montiel slugs and Terrazas holds! Big power shots loaded up by Montiel, but not enough.

He is going to lose.
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:02 AM   #36
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Terrazas is Mexican but from a different state, and they're in Fernando's home city.

Robbery?
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:02 AM   #37
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that's it. Say goodbye for montiels good career.
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:02 AM   #38
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Yeah, well said.

And Cermeno and Terrazas are no cupcakes, by any stretch. Can't speak on "Alvaro Perez."
The nicaraguan is nothing great, being stopped by Hasegawa says it all.
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:03 AM   #39
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Goodbye fernando. Great memories champ.....
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Montiel loses...
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Great display of will and heart in the last round but it was far too late. Thanks for the memories champ, but the game is over for you.
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Official cards:

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for TERRAZAS!!
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Old 11-20-2011, 01:04 AM   #43
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Great display of will and heart in the last round but it was far too late. Thanks for the memories champ, but the game is over for you.

It looks like this is true...

Time will tell.
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The nicaraguan is nothing great, being stopped by Hasegawa says it all.
Whoa, that's a bit of an ignorant statement.

Says what all?

You're not just looking at Hasegawa's KO ratio on paper and determining via his Boxrec page that a stoppage loss to him is something to be ashamed of, are you?

He developed some serious KO power in the later stage of his bantamweight title run. At that point in time he was a huge hitter and excellent finisher at 118.

All being stopped by Hasegawa at that point in time & at that weight "says" is that you're human.

Mind you, I'm not suggesting Alvaro Perez is anything special. Saying that being stopped by Hasegawa is proof of someone not being special, though - that's just pure ignorance. I don't care if he does have only 12 stoppages in 29 career wins. Two years ago at BW that was a bad man.
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Whoa, that's a bit of an ignorant statement.

Says what all?

You're not just looking at Hasegawa's KO ratio on paper and determining via his Boxrec page that a stoppage loss to him is something to be ashamed of, are you?

He developed some serious KO power in the later stage of his bantamweight title run. At that point in time he was a huge hitter and excellent finisher at 118.

All being stopped by Hasegawa at that point in time & at that weight "says" is that you're human.

Mind you, I'm not suggesting Alvaro Perez is anything special. Saying that being stopped by Hasegawa is proof of someone not being special, though - that's just pure ignorance. I don't care if he does have only 12 stoppages in 29 career wins. Two years ago at BW that was a bad man.


Hozumi won't be remembered as well as he ought to be.

Was the longest reigning then-active titlist til Montiel KO'd him.
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