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View Poll Results: Has Rigondeaux done enough in pro boxing to be considered a lock for the IBHOF?
He's first balllot HOF no doubt about it 6 33.33%
He might not quite of done enough to be 1st ballot yet but he's one more win off 12 66.67%
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:50 PM   #1
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Facts, about Rigondeaux. (This is just his accomplishments in pro boxing folks)-

1. This is him (right) in the gym:

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2. Rigondeaux won an interim world title in his 7th pro bout with an SD in a fight of the year candidate against Ricardo Cordoba. The crowd roared their appreciation down the straight after Rigondeaux- despite being drilled with a vicious uppercut that would've put Vitali to sleep, rose from the canvas and decided to trade with Cordoba rather than go in his shell as many other fighters like Amir Khan would do.

3. Nobody has since then has won a world title in 7 fights or less (and before you troll ****s start I know Kazuto Ioka won a world title in his 7th fight 3 months later but that was an actual world title and everyone knows interim world titles are better than actual world titles).

4. This is him at a weigh in:

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5. Rigondeaux has since defended his title 4 times against guys who where the consensus number one in the division and future hall of famers, if not all time greats in the shape of Willie Cassey, Rico Ramos, Teon Kennedy and Robert Marroquin- an onslaught of opponents even Carl Froch wouldn't go near.

6. This is him in battle:

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7. He has been trying to get a fight with fellow pound for pounder Nonito Donaire who, in the two years Rigondeaux's been taking on the wave and wave of ATG's, Donaire has been fighting useless bums Fernando Montiel, Omar Navarez, Wilfredo Vazquez Jr, Jefferey Mathebula, Toshiaki Nishioka and Jorge Arce. None of which has never and will never even approach contender status.

8. Donaire's duck is even worse than Wladimir Klitschko's current ducking of Audley Harrison and Anthony Joshua as Rigondeaux has 2 goals medals and those two only have one between them.

9. Rigondeaux is prepared to accept contract offered by Donaire and his team even if it means him getting sued by his promoters, while Donaire won't accept 100 million to get in the ring with Rigondeaux. That's how much he wants to prove he's the greatest boxer on the planet

10. This is Rigo celebrating one of his wins over his many p4p level of opponent:
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So you been making threads talking about a certain boxer only to purposely post the pics of a different guy with the intention of being funny. Did i get it? Is that it man?
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So you been making threads talking about a certain boxer only to purposely post the pics of a different guy with the intention of being funny. Did i get it? Is that it man?

What are you on about? Just read the ten points above and answered the question posed in the thread rather than speaking in Riddles. I bet your sat at home now kitted out like this:

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shit is getting played out. you're boring.
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Facts, about Rigondeaux. (This is just his accomplishments in pro boxing folks)-

1. This is him (right) in the gym:

[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]


2. Rigondeaux won an interim world title in his 7th pro bout with an SD in a fight of the year candidate against Ricardo Cordoba. The crowd roared their appreciation down the straight after Rigondeaux- despite being drilled with a vicious uppercut that would've put Vitali to sleep, rose from the canvas and decided to trade with Cordoba rather than go in his shell as many other fighters like Amir Khan would do.

3. Nobody has since done won a world title in 7 fights or less (and before you troll ****s start I know Kazuto Ioka won a world title in his 7th fight 3 months later but that was an actual world title and everyone knows interim world titles are better than actual world titles.

4. This is him at a weigh in:

[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

5. Rigondeaux has since defended his title 4 times against guys who where the consensus number one in the division and future hall of famers, if not all time greats in the shape of Willie Cassey, Rico Ramos, Teon Kennedy and Robert Marroquin- a onslaught of opponents even Carl Froch wouldn't go near.

6. This is him in battle:

[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

7. He has been trying to get a fight with fellow pound for pounder Nonito Donaire who, in the two years Rigondeaux's been taking on the wave and wave of ATG's Donaire has been fighting useless bums Fernando Montiel, Omar Navarez, Wilfredo Vazquez Jr, Jefferey Mathebula, Toshiaki Nishioka and Jorge Arce. None of which has never and will never even approach contender status.

8. Donaire's duck is even worse than Wladimir Klitschko's current ducking of Audley Harrison and Anthony Joshua and Rigondeaux has 2 goals medals and those two only have one between them.

9. Rigondeaux is prepared to accept contract offered by Donaire and his team even if it means him getting sued by his promoters, while Donaire won't accept 100 million to get in the ring with Rigondeaux. That's how much he wants to prove he's the greatest boxer on the planet

10. This is Rigo celebrating one of his wins over his many p4p level of opponent:
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What? Speak in English! Your not in the hood now buster!
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Facts, about Rigondeaux. (This is just his accomplishments in pro boxing folks)-

1. This is him (right) in the gym:

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2. Rigondeaux won an interim world title in his 7th pro bout with an SD in a fight of the year candidate against Ricardo Cordoba. The crowd roared their appreciation down the straight after Rigondeaux- despite being drilled with a vicious uppercut that would've put Vitali to sleep, rose from the canvas and decided to trade with Cordoba rather than go in his shell as many other fighters like Amir Khan would do.

3. Nobody has since done won a world title in 7 fights or less (and before you troll ****s start I know Kazuto Ioka won a world title in his 7th fight 3 months later but that was an actual world title and everyone knows interim world titles are better than actual world titles.

4. This is him at a weigh in:

[Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

5. Rigondeaux has since defended his title 4 times against guys who where the consensus number one in the division and future hall of famers, if not all time greats in the shape of Willie Cassey, Rico Ramos, Teon Kennedy and Robert Marroquin- a onslaught of opponents even Carl Froch wouldn't go near.

6. This is him in battle:

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7. He has been trying to get a fight with fellow pound for pounder Nonito Donaire who, in the two years Rigondeaux's been taking on the wave and wave of ATG's Donaire has been fighting useless bums Fernando Montiel, Omar Navarez, Wilfredo Vazquez Jr, Jefferey Mathebula, Toshiaki Nishioka and Jorge Arce. None of which has never and will never even approach contender status.

8. Donaire's duck is even worse than Wladimir Klitschko's current ducking of Audley Harrison and Anthony Joshua and Rigondeaux has 2 goals medals and those two only have one between them.

9. Rigondeaux is prepared to accept contract offered by Donaire and his team even if it means him getting sued by his promoters, while Donaire won't accept 100 million to get in the ring with Rigondeaux. That's how much he wants to prove he's the greatest boxer on the planet

10. This is Rigo celebrating one of his wins over his many p4p level of opponent:
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Atg top 10 On amateur career alone, add the amazing super bantamweight run with an outstanding 8-0 he's bound to surpass the top 5 all time
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Atg top 10 On amateur career alone, add the amazing super bantamweight run with an outstanding 8-0 he's bound to surpass the top 5 all time

At last! The 95th post on this thread and somebody finally gives an answer to the original question posed.

Thanks Doc- you are a credit to this forum unlike the rest of these racists that post in here.
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