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View Poll Results: Why is Rigondeaux ducking Scott Quigg
He fears Quigg 5 33.33%
He wants a payday to get brutally KO'd by Donaire 10 66.67%
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Old 01-27-2013, 05:52 PM   #16
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It's not though, at his best Munroe was a solid contender, but nothing more, and was past prime. Cordoba, Marroquin, Ramos all beat that version of Munroe.

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Cordoba was past his prime and stands as Rigo's best win. Cordoba was a year removed from getting stopped by Dunne- who was then easily beaten in 3 rounds by Poon in his next fight.

Ramos and Marroquin aren't far removed from bums.
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Old 01-27-2013, 05:55 PM   #17
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Cordoba was past his prime and stands as Rigo's best win. Cordoba was a year removed from getting stopped by Dunne- who was then easily beaten in 3 rounds by Poon in his next fight.

Ramos and Marroquin aren't far removed from bums.
Past prime Cordoba > past prime Munroe, it's obvious.

Ramos and Marroquin are not that good, esp Ramos, however they compete on a much more competitive circuit so they're bound to hit some bumps.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:02 PM   #18
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Past prime Cordoba > past prime Munroe, it's obvious.

Ramos and Marroquin are not that good, esp Ramos, however they compete on a much more competitive circuit so they're bound to hit some bumps.

How's it obvious? Because Rigondeaux struggled with him? That might just mean Rigondeaux is shit too
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:03 PM   #19
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Default Re: Why is Rigondeaux ducking his mandatory Scott Quigg?

He's most probably wary of Quigg's 1-punch KO power in each hand. Top level pros rarely have that kind of power in both hands. Rigo can handle 1-punch KO power in a left hand or a right hand, but not in both.

Hell, I wouldn't let him get anywhere near Whigg, I mean Quigg. He's a beast and just too damned dangerous.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:11 PM   #20
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How's it obvious? Because Rigondeaux struggled with him? That might just mean Rigondeaux is shit too
I don't wanna put down Munroe, I'm a fan. But Cordoba has beat and had close fights with titlists/top contenders. Munroe hasn't done as well.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:13 PM   #21
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I don't wanna put down Munroe, I'm a fan. But Cordoba has beat and had close fights with titlists/top contenders. Munroe hasn't done as well.
That was 6 years prior to his fight with Rigo
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:17 PM   #22
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That was 6 years prior to his fight with Rigo
What was? He drew with undefeated champ Sydorenko twice in 07 in Germany
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:23 PM   #23
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What was? He drew with undefeated champ Sydorenko twice in 07 in Germany

Who Donaire ****ing destroyed easily. Therefore-

Donaire >>>>> Sydorenko= Cordoba = Rigondeaux
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:28 PM   #24
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Who Donaire ****ing destroyed easily. Therefore-

Donaire >>>>> Sydorenko= Cordoba = Rigondeaux
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:41 PM   #25
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The most likely explanation is that Rigondeaux hasn't had the opportunity to give him AIDS yet. Once that occurs the fight will be signed lickety split, but until that point the cowardly Cuban will continue to duck.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:44 PM   #26
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It's not though, at his best Munroe was a solid contender, but nothing more, and was past prime. Cordoba, Marroquin, Ramos all beat that version of Munroe.
Ramos is a club fighter with a decent punch, nothing more. Munroe's chin is granite and he'd outbox Ramos. He'd beat Marroquin aswell. Cordoba would have a good chance, but even then it's madness to say he'd definitely win.
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Ramos is a club fighter with a decent punch, nothing more. Munroe's chin is granite and he'd outbox Ramos. He'd beat Marroquin aswell. Cordoba would have a good chance, but even then it's madness to say he'd definitely win.
eh, we'll never know cause Munroe retired after Quigg. But no reason to be sure he'd beat any of these guys even in his prime, much less in that shape.
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eh, we'll never know cause Munroe retired after Quigg. But no reason to be sure he'd beat any of these guys even in his prime, much less in that shape.
I like to think i know enough about boxing to be able to realise that someone as well schooled as Munroe wouldn't lose to Ramos. Ramos really isn't very good at all and is one of the worst world champions i've seen in boxing. He literally won a world title because of a lucky punch.
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I like to think i know enough about boxing to be able to realise that someone as well schooled as Munroe wouldn't lose to Ramos. Ramos really isn't very good at all and is one of the worst world champions i've seen in boxing. He literally won a world title because of a lucky punch.
Ramos has fast hands and feet, and can punch when he commits. He just doesn't have the mental makeup. But it probably wouldn't come into play vs that washed up Munroe.
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Ramos has fast hands and feet, and can punch when he commits. He just doesn't have the mental makeup. But it probably wouldn't come into play vs that washed up Munroe.



Ramos ****ing sucks
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