Fabio Wardley vs Hrgovic... how does it go?

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Aydamn, Jan 14, 2022 at 6:48 AM.

  1. Cookiedough

    Cookiedough Member Full Member

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    Until Wardley fights and beats a live opponent who knows his way round the ring and comes to win, we won’t know the answer as to how good he can be. I have my reservations, with no disrespect intended. Like many older boxing fans/enthusiasts, I have seen it all before. I genuinely hope Fabio does the business and goes on to great things. The proof is in the pudding, and Fabio hasn’t even had his starter yet. As for Hrgovic, I think he starts favourite vs Wardley.
     
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  2. anjawnaymiz

    anjawnaymiz Unexpected item in bagging area Full Member

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    @Heisenberg can tell us more as he trains in the same gym as Fabio I believe
     
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  3. LeavemealoneKoooogs

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    Hrgovic with relative ease. nothing against Fabio but a white collar background doesn't match up to a proper amateur pedigree like Hrgovic has. Plus he didn't lose rounds to Molina.
     
  4. Safin

    Safin Boxing Addict banned Full Member

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    There's at least 60 years of history filled full of less experienced boxers beating more experienced boxers. Likewise, there's countless boxers with good amateur backgrounds who failed in the professional ranks, with boxers who didn't have much experience in the amateur ranks doing well as professionals.
     
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  5. LeavemealoneKoooogs

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    Very true, Audley and Tom Stalker spring to mind, but my personal approach is to back the better amateur if there isn't that much separating them as pros.
     
  6. navigator

    navigator "Billy Graham? He's my man." Full Member

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    Wardley is a bust. Really poor 'prospect'. Titular question doesn't even dignify an answer.
     
  7. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg @excelsioroptimum Full Member

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    I’d put my house on Fisher going further than Fab judging by their sparring sessions. Wardley is a proper top guy, very athletic and I’d love to see him add to his English title but I don’t think he does. As for Wardley v Hrgovic, one’s a white collar boxer, the others an Olympian. No contest.
     
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  9. Inglis_1

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    Wardley gets brutally KO'd imo. Don't even think he's British level sadly because he comes across as a decent guy. Hrgovic also stops Helenius earlyish but Helenius will have a bit of success as Hrgovic has shown a bit of a leaky defence so far in his pro career, but eventually catches him.
     
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  10. Murderers' Row

    Murderers' Row Active Member Full Member

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    This.