Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Dance84, Jun 9, 2019.
Smith Smash with Bangers.
Jacobs sad to say but OVERRATED and maybe top 3 in that category out of what fans percieve to be world level
Jacobs won't have his weight and size advantage anymore up at 168. I'm sure he'll feel healthier up there but I think Smith and Benavidez would knock him out. He should go down the Caleb Plant route if he wants to pick up a strap at 168 and Plant better stop running that big mouth of his about Benavidez because he's cruising for a bruising and a bad one at that. Smith would paddle his ass something terrible too.
I know N-Dam's a MW, but those shots Smith dropped him with and then the right hand he flattened him with were quality.
Callum Smith is a real problem for everyone at SMW and anyone at MW that may venture up
I think Jacobs needs to have more confidence at 168. He beat Truax who became a 168 Champion afterwards. Also Quillin moved up as well.
It’s a good time for Jacobs to test himself above 160
Smith all day long in this fight.
Maybe, but then reconsider about it and after careful balancing everything in my mind, I have to come to the solution (result) in this case, no it is just stupid.
And I'm sure, if you are something sensible and able of logical thinking, you will come to the same conclusion as me, that these choices make not much sense, as them take from the basis that all judges have to have the same winner and no scorcard is possible tied (equal on points).
So I reckon if the opener gave more effort and thought deeper about this, he could had done it much better. But this seems to be a usual 0815-thread/ poll what the user opens up perhaps a dozen per day, copy pasting just some sample of a random one.
What can Jacobs do that Smith can`t?
I've only seen Smith fight once, the preliminary before Ruiz-Joshua. If that is how he always fights, it's going to take a special fighter to beat him. He looked like he weighed 185-90 in the ring and he boxes like a "how to box" tutorial. His elbows are always in, his punches are short and straight, his footwork and movement are good. I'd like to see him vs. David Benavidez, Kovalev, Ward, or even Usyk. He looks like he has the frame to fight at heavyweight eventually.
Danny's a big MW but Callum is a big light heavy. How he makes 168 I have no idea... Hard match-up for Jacobs....
Callam Smith vs David Benavidez would be a real tear-up, and not a given for Mundo by any stretch.
Urrrrrr, come again.....
Smith seems to have some length. I'd favor him by decision. Jacobs has been thoroughly unimpressive in his comeback.
Smithy does pirogi special on Jacob
Thank you for your contentful contribution, to give some view which possible have to be taken into the reflection (and I didn't notice yet)!