Anthony Yigit & Dennis Ceylan

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  1. Badaman

    Badaman Member Full Member

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    Both are undefeated Olympians with Sauerland.. I saw them earlier in their pro careers and thought they both were talented, but how good are they looking now? How far do you think they will go?
     
  2. lucky luke

    lucky luke Active Member Full Member

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    Yigit is a very entertaining fighter who goes on the attack and has a high output. I remember his last fight in the Olympics as one of the best I saw in the games , where he lost against Denys Berinchyk with the result 24-23. It was a war!

    Since i don't really follow his division my guess isn't anything more then just a guess but I believe he can become a contender but his lack of power will maybe stop him from reaching any World titles.

    Ceylan haven't I heard much about lately, but then again I'm quite uninformed on the lower weight divisions so that could just be me.
     
  3. ogii3

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    Yigit is impressive fellow. The only thing that he misses is the power.
     
  4. BoxingNL

    BoxingNL Dutch P4P Champion Full Member

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    The Nordic Fights Nights are sometimes quite entertaining next one is on 12-12 and one of them will probably be in action. Both are decent prospect, there are more like Kaseem & Lihaug.

    Yigit looks ready for a European title, the fight against Schwarzkopf was a good showing. Ceylan is a good prospectand has beaten a fromer champioen in Kirillov, vut still has some work to do.
     
  5. Gunde Svan

    Gunde Svan Active Member Full Member

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    Anthony needs a better trainer.
     
  6. agusta

    agusta New Member Full Member

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    Anthony Yigit is a real warrior. Some of his fights has been harder than necessary. The wins against Owen and Fadli was out of doubt, be he was hit too much.

    Yigit is official challenger for the EBU-EU champion Sandor Martin, and they will problably clash next year (Martin has a voluntary defence on November 15).

    Yigit looks like a fighter, who can become a European champion.

    Dennis Ceylan is very talented too, but maybe he lacks some physical strength. He might be able to land a European title, but not more than that.
     
  7. Jpreisser

    Jpreisser Active Member Full Member

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    I've seen Ceylan and he looks pretty good, though as austa said, not world level type stuff. Part of that is because he fights at 126, a loaded division. I will have to look into Yigit.
     
  8. DanishDynamite

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    Ceylan is very prone to hand injuries which is worrying this early in his career. A talented boxer with natural instinct.
     
  9. lucky luke

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    Yigit is set to fight Demarcus Corley the 19/12.
     
  10. lucky luke

    lucky luke Active Member Full Member

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    Apparently Yigit breaks with his trainer after a dispute with Yigit wearing a Turkish flag during the last gala in Sweden. (Which he won convincingly, making de Corley quit after two rounds) If there's nothing more behind this it is the silliest thing I've read in a while!
     
  11. lucky luke

    lucky luke Active Member Full Member

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    Yigit is now based in London and has CJ Hussein as a new trainer. Same as Chisora and Krystof Zimnoch.
     
  12. paddymickey

    paddymickey Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yigit taking a huge risk in fighting Sutcliffe Jr. He is more active and Sutcliffe is unlucky tho7gh. Multiple. Hand injuries but still .A huge rusk. I fancy yigit. On points but Sutcliffe could take him out early and.is definitely. The more powerful puncher.
     
  13. lucky luke

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    I haven't seen any fights with him but also I dont keep track on the lower weight divisions. Were, compared to Yigits resume, would you rate him? Is it the thoughest opponet so far?

    It will be exciting to see how he will act with the new trainer and everything!
     
  14. paddymickey

    paddymickey Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Well put it this way Sutcliffes amateur pedigree would have been on par with Yigit except Sutcliffe turned pro early. Yigit has lots of good energy and workrate so it will be exciting as Sutcliffe has not been able to secure a worthy opponent. Due to Sutcliffes inactivity I'm not sure if he will be sharp or even how much shape he will be in so I fancy Yigit here. Like I said though if it turned into a fire fight Sutcliffe could put him to sleep fast. Sutcliffe is a hooker with power and skill.
     
  15. lucky luke

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    Yigit is to face the Brittish boxer Lenny Daws, 30(11)-4-2, for the EBU superlightweight title on 17th of December in London.
     


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