Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by houmzz, Aug 21, 2014.
A clear cut UD? I had it an MD myself
You mean a close fight that could go either way? Cause unless you have a split personality it's rather hard to score a MD yourself...
Was a clear MD. Could had even been a UD
Just saw on boxrec that Olanrewaju Durodola has two fights scheduled one for April 30th in SA and the other May 28th in Tanzania. Durodola fought in March in Ghana against some Joe Blow.
He is joking, I mean, only 1 judge-referee was scoring the fight, so it's technically a PTS decision victory to Adeleye
Jose Larduet will face Hussein Muhamed in a 10 rounder on June 19.
Durodolas brain is going to be like canned tuna if it isn't already at this point. Not that he's going to take much damage again lower level regional competition - but a few of these soft touches and he'll be used as a tune up for a top guy again.
Manuel Charr, Viktor Vykhryst and Christian Hammer all feature on the same card on May 15.
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Justis Huni will face Paul Gallen on June 16.
Ryad Merhy vs Kevin Lerena is set for July 17th in Belgium.
Simon Kean will face Don Haynesworth on June 4.
And Christian Tsoye on 26 May (not yet listed on boxrec). Tsoye has a modest record but is actually quite decent. He's never been stopped inside the distance & badly hurt Joe Goodall twice in a 6-round draw. Hurt him very badly. He's not a big guy so moves like a Cruiser which will help against Huni (I think). Good preparation for Gallen if he wins & isn't hurt in doing so.
Yes Tsoye is a good lower level gatekeeper, similar to Kingsley Ibeh in the US. Gallen will obviously be his last opponent before the Olympics I take it or will he try and fit one more in?
If I was Huni, I'd be very wary of Christian Tsoye. Particularly given Huni's reported problems earlier in the year.
Tsoye badly hurt Joe Goodall twice & soaked up extreme punishment in return. Huni's return fight against Jack Maris didn't pose any risk whatsoever but Tsoye does. I hope they're aware of that & aren't just looking ahead to Paul Gallen.
I think Tsoye & Gallen will be it until the Olympics. Both could give him rounds & hopefully at least one of them does.
I want to see Huni look as good against them as he did in his first two pro fights to be confident of his medal chances.