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Old 06-15-2008, 08:19 PM   #16
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Default Re: Wilfredo Gomez v the modern greats at 122

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Some Current 122lbs that would also put some hurt on him...
Israel Vazquez K.O. Gomez
Rafael Marquez K.O. Gomez

Gomez can't win a WAR!
+ still All the other guys I picked over him.
(Fantasy bro, No one is right)
WOW! He can't win a war I guess his fight with Pintor was a glorified sparring session. Watch Gomez destroy ATG Zarate the dude was great at this weight neither Vazquez nor Marquez could stand up to Gomez I see him finishing both. Jofre would probably have the closest chance although that would still be like 50/50.
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Old 06-15-2008, 08:25 PM   #17
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Come Foward fighter's are made for Gomez "Punching power"
Wilfredo thrives on those who bring it to him.

Counter Punchers are his downfall, Marquez would have the easiest time with him, as would Barrera.
(Just follow the Sanchez Blueprint, Marquez style is as close as it get's to Chava)
Marquez never fought at 122lbs so why do you keep mentioning him and why don't you watch more of Barrera at 122 he was a fighter not a counter punching expert he developed his boxing skills to a greater degree in the later part of his career. Watch more Gomez rather just using the Sanchez fight as an example he had great power, finishing ability, floorless footwork, good defence and a good chin. I highly doubt so many of the fighters you mentioned who beat let alone last 15 against Gomez.
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Old 06-15-2008, 08:30 PM   #18
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Gomez was a freakin' beast @ 122 and then he ran into the Great Sanchez. In a 122 tournement I would favor Gomez to come out on top.
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Old 06-15-2008, 08:48 PM   #19
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Marquez never fought at 122lbs so why do you keep mentioning him and why don't you watch more of Barrera at 122 he was a fighter not a counter punching expert he developed his boxing skills to a greater degree in the later part of his career. Watch more Gomez rather just using the Sanchez fight as an example he had great power, finishing ability, floorless footwork, good defence and a good chin. I highly doubt so many of the fighters you mentioned who beat let alone last 15 against Gomez.
Barrera never needed to use his boxing at 122 he was KeveryoneTFO.
he always had the ability, he just never utilised it. (Unless you have some inside camp 411)
(I think except for his 2 defeats against Jones in his 20+ fights at 122 he had like 80% or higher all end in TKO/KO.)

I figured if you give Gomez credit for his wins against The smaller.
Carlos Zarate & Lupe Pintor...Why not throw some bigger fighter's his way?
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Old 06-16-2008, 07:38 AM   #20
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Default Re: Wilfredo Gomez v the modern greats at 122

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Some Current 122lbs that would also put some hurt on him...
Israel Vazquez K.O. Gomez
Rafael Marquez K.O. Gomez

Gomez can't win a WAR!
+ still All the other guys I picked over him.
(Fantasy bro, No one is right)

amazing that you seemed to think that vazquez can ko gomez at 122 while hamed and especially pacquiao can't.
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Old 06-16-2008, 08:13 AM   #21
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Barrera never needed to use his boxing at 122 he was KeveryoneTFO.
he always had the ability, he just never utilised it. (Unless you have some inside camp 411)
(I think except for his 2 defeats against Jones in his 20+ fights at 122 he had like 80% or higher all end in TKO/KO.)

I figured if you give Gomez credit for his wins against The smaller.
Carlos Zarate & Lupe Pintor...Why not throw some bigger fighter's his way?
Just because the guys came up a weight class only 4lbs doesn't make it not a big win. If thats the case should Vazquez get any credit for going 2-1 with the smaller Rafael Marquez?
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:16 PM   #22
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Some Current 122lbs that would also put some hurt on him...
Israel Vazquez K.O. Gomez
Rafael Marquez K.O. Gomez

Gomez can't win a WAR!
+ still All the other guys I picked over him.
(Fantasy bro, No one is right)

preposterous that Gomez cant win a war what about Pintor vs Gomez a war.
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:18 PM   #23
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at 122 a Gomez in top shape is very hard to beat, I go best chance is EriK Morales.
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:41 PM   #24
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I would say that Morales, Barerra have a good chance of beating Gomez.
I also think that Marquez would beat Gomez because his style is very similar to Sanchez.
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:47 PM   #25
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at 122 a Gomez in top shape is very hard to beat, I go best chance is EriK Morales.
No doubt, I have alot of respect for Gomez but understand that when it comes to this dude....
My Mexican BLOOD begins to boil.
But in all honesty, I have nothing but respect for Wilfredo.

The fight's with Pintor & Zarate were heartbreakers for me...
that's why I take so much pride in Chava's win. (A taste of his own medicine)
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:55 PM   #26
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No doubt, I have alot of respect for Gomez but understand that when it comes to this dude....
My Mexican BLOOD begins to boil.
But in all honesty, I have nothing but respect for Wilfredo.

The fight's with Pintor & Zarate were heartbreakers for me...
that's why I take so much pride in Chava's win. (A taste of his own medicine)
He did get beat bad in that fight.
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:55 PM   #27
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I would say that Morales, Barerra have a good chance of beating Gomez.
I also think that Marquez would beat Gomez because his style is very similar to Sanchez.
Marquez never fought at 122, nor was he ever as good as Sanchez. There are a couple similarities in their style, but Sanchez was more versatile.
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:56 PM   #28
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No doubt, I have alot of respect for Gomez but understand that when it comes to this dude....
My Mexican BLOOD begins to boil.
But in all honesty, I have nothing but respect for Wilfredo.

The fight's with Pintor & Zarate were heartbreakers for me...
that's why I take so much pride in Chava's win. (A taste of his own medicine)
Well there's the problem. Stick to discussing Mexican fighters if you're going to be biased against others.
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Old 06-16-2008, 06:59 PM   #29
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Well there's the problem. Stick to discussing Mexican fighters if you're going to be biased against others.
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Old 06-17-2008, 10:58 AM   #30
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Marquez never fought at 122, nor was he ever as good as Sanchez. There are a couple similarities in their style, but Sanchez was more versatile.

Great observation Pea Sanchez was leagues above Marquez in Class
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