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Old 01-11-2014, 02:35 PM   #1
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Default Eduard Troyanovsky - How good is he?

It looks like he will be fighting Abril, how good is he? I have never got round to watching him.
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Default Re: Eduard Troyanovsky - How good is he?

Meh.

Long OK jab, moderate power at a certain level, a bit easy to find with his straight upright stance and chin wagging in the air exposed. Probably susceptible to an elite puncher (have seen him bothered by punches from journeymen), which Abril isn't.

Abril schools him or gets robbed.

Being that it's in Moscow, bet on the latter.
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Old 01-11-2014, 02:54 PM   #3
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It won't be an easy fight for him, but I think Troyanovsky will eventually stop Abril.
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It won't be an easy fight for him, but I think Troyanovsky will eventually stop Abril.
Nah, I don't see it.

Abril has a deep bag of tricks for avoiding punishment and can always fall back on having a great chin.

Despite his record Troya has no more thunder in his fists than Lundy, Prescott, Bogere, Rios, or even shot/ruined Acosta.

He also won't enjoy his usual height and reach advantage over Richar.

Troya has fallen madly in love with his 1-2, but still makes technical errors when throwing it. He is very slow to bring his fists home to base and with his arms being so long and his speed not exactly blinding that leaves Abril with a possible field day countering him.

If anyone gets stopped it ought to be Troya, as I've thought would happen as soon as he steps up in class - but Abril is probably too light a hitter to be the one that does it unless he really gets into a rhythm tattooing his face and the ref waves it off.
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