Dogboe

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  1. Twentyman

    Twentyman Watching Netball with Adam Smith Full Member

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    Did anybody watch his rematch against Navarette? I’ve only just caught up with it although I seen the result this morning. The lad has got a serious set of nads on him. He was woefully out of his depth in a physical sense, Navarette looked huge in comparison on the night. He was like a super bantamweight version of Munguia in that he didn’t care about his defence and walked Dogboe down constantly and threw bombs at him. Dogboe should have been pulled out by his corner several rounds earlier instead of being left in the ring to take a beating. He was game and was giving everything he could back but he looks like he should be fighting at 118ib for me. He wasn’t allowed to box, just seemed senseless leaving him in there.
     
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  2. Sphillips

    Sphillips Active Member Full Member

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    Incredibly tough,so brave and willing.

    But two career shortening defeats in a row now.
     
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  3. nurological

    nurological Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Looks like he still only spared his cousin or his aunty again. You can't go into a fight lile that without having tried to replicate that style, he was giving up too much in size and reach so you have to prepare properley.
     
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  4. lencoreastside

    lencoreastside Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    118? He’s moving to 126! For some more mammoth beatings :(. This size disparity problem vis happening far too often. Hurd Munguia the plank Navarette etc etc. time to tighten up weight restrictions. Past time actually.
     
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  5. Holler

    Holler Doesn't appear to be a paid matchroom PR shill Full Member

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    Nick nack paddywhack,
    Give dogboe a mention,
    That guy needs an arm extension,
     
  6. Twentyman

    Twentyman Watching Netball with Adam Smith Full Member

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    Is he?? Wow. He’s only 5”2, he’s already up against it at 122
     
  7. DavidJames

    DavidJames Active Member Full Member

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    Just looked far too small -- really looked the business before these last two fights. Hope he can rebuild but agree he doesnt want to be going further up in weight
     
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  8. SambaKing1993

    SambaKing1993 Don't do it Zachary! booted Full Member

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    Never seen the second fight but after seeing the first fight, I was surprised Dogboe’s team went through with the rematch.

    Someone described the first fight perfectly when they said it was the worst piece of matchmaking ever. If you were looking for a type of fighter to beat Dogboe, then you would pick Navarette. The bookmakers got the rematch awfully wrong.
     
  9. lencoreastside

    lencoreastside Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Yep! He’ll be after Warrington next! Imagine how that would go....
    But the whole size disparity problem needs to be fixed. Today. Guys like Dogboe are sustaining permanent harm due to this problem. In-ring weight disparity needs to be capped to within a few kilos max. Today.
     
  10. Potwash

    Potwash The Real Untouchables Full Member

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    Im a massive fan of Dogboe and this fight was crazy! My respect shot up for him even more, Dogboe was like a pitbull in that ring, he would just not give up. Even when he was taking clean shots, combinations, he was still throwing them fists back! A true warrior.

    Just like you boys I can't belive he is moving UP in weight..don't know wtf they thinking but im excited to see where Dogboe goes from here and can't wait to see him in that ring again.
     
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  11. ryanm8655

    ryanm8655 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Can’t see the logic in moving up, which champions are going to be a good match up for him stylistically? Am a fan of his though, rated him before these losses but it’s always going to be tough when giving up the best part of half a foot in height and even more in reach...
     
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    Octolony shore Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I love Dogboe, he's got the balls of a African elephant with the balance of a weatherspoons season ticket holder.
     
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  13. Davepompeydave

    Davepompeydave As bad as can Full Member

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    I rate dogboe and I posted before saying how much I rate him. How he'd give Loma a good fight etc but that was before the last two fights. He's stuck in a hole. He should not be moving up a weight class. Hope he proves me wrong but for me that'll mark the end of his career
     
  14. DON1

    DON1 ICEMAN Full Member

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    An idiotic decision by his team, putting him back in there. Career is done now.
     
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  15. DavidJames

    DavidJames Active Member Full Member

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    good piece in Boxing News this week about weight making and the dangers with day before weigh-ins. Not sure how it should be dealt with but I agree there needs to be more control over on the night weights
     
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