Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by KidDynamite, May 2, 2021.
Don't think this has been done before
Haye on points or late stoppage
Haye the quitter lol, Ruiz by ko
I would favor Ruiz by knockout. Haye never did anything at heavyweight to lead me to any other conclusion
Haye decision if he can keep his legs moving.
Haye slips injures his pinky toe, he crawls to the corner injured, blob slowly waddles over and gobbles him up!
Rice Pudding Jr couldn't even wobble 40 year old shot to pieces Arreola and was dropped!
He also couldn't even wobble Liakhovich or Lawrence.
It's a competitive match but if I had to pick, it would definitely be Haye, although I'm not that convinced.
Rice Pudding Jr is being ridiculously overrated. He had the win against Joshua and that's all he will ever do. Credit to him, but just because he's had that win doesn't mean that he will automatically be favoured to defeat any lesser boxer than Joshua. That's now how sport works. Especially boxing.
For some reason i had a pictured pacman while reading this.
I like Haye on points, long as he keeps on the game plan.
Laid out Chisora. That was huge at the time.
Haye by TKO.
Better hand speed, foot speed, head movement, power, athleticism, aggression... the lot.
Hay sack got stopped and beaten by 40 year old shot to pieces Carl Thompson.
Hay sacks best win at cruiser was Mormeck and his best win at heavy was Chisora. Not a particularly convincing resume.
Rice pudding has never been stopped in a ring. But hey sack was stopped 3 times by cruiserweights.
I see Haye fighting very negatively and is being booed and down on the cards. Finally walks an overconfident Ruiz into something big late in the fight.
Haye should take a decision