ESB Tambayan, Piniks Edition - official Pinoy boxing roundup

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  1. Boxing Prospect

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    Vic Saludar to defend WBO title against Taniguchi Feb 26th in Tokyo
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  2. PIPO23

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    Tempora fails to make weight he will be replaced by Alberto Guevara!
     
  3. BoyBato

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    Fcking shame. I think GAB needs to punish undisciplined fighter like JBC did to higa
     
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    What's your guys opinion, if you have one, about Jayar Inson?

    I watched some video footage of his opponent Jonathan Steele (funny name) and i think Steele is pretty durable. Good speed, counterpunching skills, solid chin.
     
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  6. IntentionalButt

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    Sorry just saw this (when is the admin going to fix the post tagging function?? :shakehead:) but here's my take on Inson, having only seen a few of his contests (Allan TaƱada, Ryoto Yada, and Terry Tzouramanis) ...

    He's very slow (of hand and foot, and leaves "gaps" between his punches in combination) and very hittable...but on the other hand is very durable and not easily discouraged and will keep pecking away patiently while eating counters until he can wear someone down and start to land...and when he does, yowza. That left cross is supremely powerful (and while slow, his technique is on point, he gets the most of his power with it).
     
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  7. IntentionalButt

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  8. BoyBato

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    Deceptive mother****ers for sho
     
  9. BoyBato

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    Main Event: REYMART GABALLO (Ph) vs YUYA NAKAMURA (Jpn), 10 rounds, 118 lbs.

    Co-Main Event: ROMERO DUNO (Ph) vs. KULDEEP DHANDA (Ind), 10 rounds, WBA Asia Lightweight Title

    Featured Bout: DAVE APOLINARIO vs. RAMSHANS SARGUILLA, 8 rounds, 112 lbs.

    Supporting Bouts:

    CARJUN CARCOSIA vs. RENERIO ARIZALA, 8 rounds, 126 lbs.

    JERVEN MAMA vs MERVIN LULU 6 rounds, 114 lbs.

    ROLAND SERVANIA vs. ARNEL CAOCTOY, 6 rounds, 122 lbs.

    MUHAMAD FARKHAN vs. MICHAEL SPEED SIGARLAKI, 8 rounds, 185 lbs.

    A not so great card from espn 5 again. The only matchup i can say is interesting is apolinario-sarguilla and even that is a downgrade from apolinario-vicelles which was announced some months earlier
     
  10. PIPO23

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    Gaballo was the most impressive of the lot on this card. Very accurate and powerful.

    Duno was wild AF! but put the Indian kid to sleep really scary shot. But he better not get careless against better opposition.
     
  11. BoyBato

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    I really hate mismatches like those there's just no excuse for that kind of opponent for someone like duno.

    As for gaballo he got a good win against decent regional journeyman but i still want to see him fight someone like liborio solis or at least arthur villanueva.

    Looking forward to espn 5's show next week at least that one has a better looking card
     
  12. PIPO23

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    True. I thought the Indian fella was dead. I felt sorry for the guy so did Duno. The Japanese fighter put up a better fight. But was getting outclassed.

    Gaballo vs Carl Jammes Martin would be massive fight in the future.

    From what i see Gaballo is legit. Accurate AF and power in both hands can box or bang.

     
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  13. BoyBato

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    I thought gaballo was a bit reckless hopefully he won't be like that against better opponents but i do agree that he's accurate when hes calmed down.

    Carl jammes martin is a potential superstar as he got the style for it just hoping he will be given the right development.
     
  14. IntentionalButt

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    Manangquil scored the road upset against Kiyose!

     
  15. PIPO23

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    Pacquiao's son first amateur bout opponents some kid name Lucas Carson. Apparently a rich boy?



    Pacquiao's are from the hood.
     
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