there's a case for that, but davis' commitment to his punching power is both impressive and understandable
i'm australian and i think loma takes george.
maybe i'm wrong....
i lather up too when the occasion calls for it, but what is wrong with you?
it's never a red flag when people step up, but it's hard not to get a hard on with davis' love of fighting and his undeniable power
davis' committment to his punches really impressses me.
garcia has speed and power, but he doesn't seem to be able to take a punch. tank destroys...
100% he did.
don't get me wrong, i have to pay huge respects to teo for taking the kambosis fight, but i feel that he thought it would be a bump in the road...
someone will, but it's an indictment that it's left up to who wants to fight who.
boxing has turned into baby **** because of this.
respect my friend
kambosis was nobody before the IBF mandatory.
the times ae a changing.
this site is great isn't it?
we agree on nothing in the lounge, but here we are with nothing between us in the forum and it doesn't even...
please stop having wet dreams and stay on topic
i think george has his hands full defending it too, but man, he has earnt the chance to do so
there was no rematch claus for teo.
calzaghe underrated himself.
that's what happens when you let warren run your career and the best fighter you beat in your prime was mikkel kessler.
when they were dethroned, past prime and losing as many as they were winning...
calzaghe "beat undefeated kessler" because he was younger...
doesn't change the fact that kessler was the best fighter calzaghe ever beat who was...
that's a bitter critique and not an impartial one
based on what?
calzaghe beat kessler, and that was his best win against a prime fighter during his entire career.
ward moved up to LHW when...
floyd : "am i a joke to you?"
mosley's fast, so like judah, no-one should have been surprised that floyd got hit early.
but their speed doesn't last, while floyd's does.