Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by CST80, Nov 13, 2021.
The best opponent on his resume is Josh Warrington who he lost to.
How is Martinez a journeyman, go and do your research. More like a road warrior
I’ll have to watch it again but it seemed to me that the corner never got any indication he was even really conscious and just sent him out there hoping he would come right. Really blatant example of not putting the fighter’s health first.
What a **** night for British boxing lol
I did.... a little, that's why I gave Kiko the 4th round. Galahad was starting to get touched a lot, was starting to hold, he wasn't liking the pace that was being set or the body shots at all. But even I didn't see a straight up KTFO in the cards. Maybe a grinding down late stoppage. But damn, that was beautiful.
I'm more blown away than Gal here!.
Bellew saying it was the weight...
Yeah I agree, the weight of Kikos right hand
Bellew you scumbag, give Kiko the credit he deserves, he was brought over here as an "easy" defence and has come over and spanked another one of Hearns frauds.
It's nice when boxing shows why it's boxing.
This fight looked finished before it begun then BAM right in the kisser
Hearn is losing world champions like Kiko lost his hair..
Galahad was -7000 in live betting when he got knocked out.
In a razor thin decision.(Arguably win it)
He beat Jezza Dickens twice, Marrero, Kahn Clary.
Useless bums dont beat them.
Good eye, you saw the exact same thing as I did.
He looked amazing and sharp for a 41 year old.
Well done Kiko.
It is a strange one, he was firmly in control up until the last few seconds of the fight. But I don't believe in lucky punches, Kiko believed in himself, threw that shot to land it and Barry didn't recover. I thought the minute should be enough for him to gather his wits, but he was like a deer in the headlights for the right hand that ended it.