Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by IntentionalButt, Jun 11, 2021.
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Meh. Do as thou wilt.
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(both the February bout and today's are just exhibitions, for anybody confused after going to seek out Datsik's page on BoxRec in vain)
Co-feature, halfway gone:
Edgard Viktorovich Moskvichev vs. Gennady Martirosyan, 10 rounds @ middleweight
Andreev's career has been in limbo for a couple of years now and there hasn't been any real development. I recall the WBO ordering then champion Raymundo Beltran (who is making a comeback in July) to face Andreev, but Beltran opted to face Pedraza and Andreev got a one way ticket to Palookaville.
Andreev should beat Fonseca, who arguably is the lesser of the Fonseca bros.
Datsik vs. Djone II on...
Cameroonian easily outboxing the hulking Nazi, who is just looking to land one big wide KO punch.
Roman Vladimirovich Andreev vs. Fernando Adán Fonseca Lira, 12 rounds @ lightweight
Andreev aggressive but not sharp or urgent, just trotting in behind a lazy jab and then poking across with badly telegraphed right hands that at most nick the side of Fonseca's neck. Very slow and sloppy start by the Russian but the Nicaraguan southpaw is letting him take a landslide in workrate - until BOOM, walks him onto a counter left down the pipe, on the jaw, Andreev down hard and shaken with half a minute left! Fonseca remains cautious, jabbing and looking to pick another spot instead of rushing in to finish.
Andreev still looks depleted, like he spent all morning watching porn and blew a load every hour. But he's still the one coming forward for the most part - very unwisely. Fonseca hurts him again, a drilling downward-driven left in the stomach. Andreev walking forward, slapping with his jab, dropping a useless right hand against Fonseca's waistband, and clinching. Fonseca slicing him up with mid-range 1-2s popping up from a lunge position.
Andreev's young son leaning over the ring apron, yelling, crying. Oof.
Andreev stumbling into Fonseca throwing overhands that all hit shoulder, then clinching like mad. Fonseca beginning to stalk and press the issue now, making Andreev watch the birdie with a quick right jab feint in the air and then towel-snapping lefts into his chest and chin. All of them hurt. They keep cutting to people in the crowd straight up falling out of their chairs laughing at Andreev. Oh man.
This one went sideways fast.
Man, what a fraud this guy turned out to be. He is damn lucky he never fought Sugar Ray Beltrán, his kid might be an orphan.
Getting beaten down by the lesser Fonseca bro.
Fonseca not buttoned down enough defensively to avoid eating any incidental leather from Andreev, who just keeps pumping his arms in windmills in the pocket, but the consistently cleaner and more damaging and effective stuff (at the higher percentage) is from the South American. Clinches remain very frequent. So too now are fouls on the inside, both ways, forearms and glove laces being scrubbed against each other's faces and the like. Andreev loading up on big superman rights from outside, spotted and caught easily on the guard of Fonseca. counter left uppercut by Fonseca falls just short, would've flattened Andreev if he had taken half a step further in.
On my card Andreev needs to sweep the second half and score a KD to even salvage a draw.