Depends on what you mean by "better." Klits have been dominating for awhile so I gotta go with them
Not much he's fought better op, but it's nice that he's taking on a young lion
Matthyse hits HARD, I get it...but this hype has got to stop.
Herring will be less active for he's still active duty in the Marines, I touched base with him a month ago
He should take the trip, yes he beat both Froch and Kessler BUT look at the fan-base that Froch is bringing in.
Not interested in the match, Ward is way too skilled for Froch.
His style seems simple, when you watch him he's not flashy and it looks easy. BUT he wins, wins in wide margins at that. I think he has a great...
Terry Norris and Roy Jones. /thread
I think there is a difference between running and effective footwork. I think Ward is overrated but he has some great footwork. He is safe yet is...
This is a step down, after some good wins I see no point in Canelo going back down on opposition. This is his chance to start busting out some big...
Dirrell is on his bike too much for my liking
I edited my post just for you, sweet cheeks
I'm not a fan of Ward, but he definitely knows how to use his feet. I can't say Floyd because he is very flat footed
Gonna go with Maidana, he's already been in with more experienced guys
Matthysse definitely has serious power...but his technique looks very subpar. I can see Garcia catching him
You can bash him all you like, but who is there for him to fight?
Ukraine is actually pushing out quite a few world class fighters
And how exactly does the gauze change the fact that tape does not "harden"
:huh tape doesn't adhere to wet surfaces...so if anything it would fall apart
Southpaws and Orthodox is designed that way. The open areas are the hooks and the straights
He does, but adjusts
Marciano wasn't a heavyweight in Today's class.
Quick southpaws, and odd fighters (chavez, Castillo, Cotto)
I agree that Floyd hasn't been fighting the best, BUT I do believe that he is the best