Felix Cash vs Anthony Fowler/Scott Fitzgerald

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  1. James9753

    James9753 Member Full Member

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    After seeing Cash beat Cullen, I believe if Fowler and Fitzy were to move up in weight to 160 (considering they're both well built super welters anyway) they would be pretty tasty match ups if Cash were to fight either one. Who would you give the edge to in a Cash vs Fowler and Cash vs Fitzgerald scenario?
     
  2. Here's Johnny

    Here's Johnny Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Cash was very hittable there. So is Fowler though. I’d fancy Fitzgerald to beat him. If he boxes like he did against Fowler he’s very good and even when he’s not boxing well he finds a way to get the job done.

    They’re all good fights.
     
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  3. james5000

    james5000 2010's poster of the decade booted Full Member

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    Wow I couldn't tell you who would win out Fitzy and Fowler in the 2nd
    add Cash/Liam Williams/Cheese there are many good fights

    Movement\foot work
    1. Cheese
    2. Williams
    3. Cash
    4. Fitzy
    5. Fowler

    Defensive skills
    1. Fitzy
    2. Fowler
    3. Williams
    4. Cash
    5. Cheese

    Offensive skills
    1. Cheese
    2. Williams
    3. Cash
    4. Fitzy
    5. Fowler

    Stamina
    1. Fowler
    2. Cheese
    3. Cash
    4. Williams
    5. Fitzy

    Strength
    1. Cash
    2. Fowler
    3. Williams
    4. Fitzy
    5. Cheese

    Punching power
    1. Fitzy
    2. Williams
    3. Fowler
    4. Cash
    5. Cheese

    Heart
    1. Cheese
    2. Cash
    3= Fowler/Fitzy
    5. Williams

    Durability
    1. Fitzy
    2. Cash
    3. Fowler
    4. Williams
    5. Cheese

    Ring IQ
    1. Fitzy
    2. Fowler
    3= Cheese/Williams/Cash

    Overall
    1= Fowler 24/Fitzy24
    3 Cash 25
    4= Cheese 28/Williams 28

    Not much between them tbh

    Williams the best physically just loses out on the mental side of things
    Fowler is probably the best all rounder but not a standout in many departments
    Fitzy might be the least gifted but has the toughness and ring IQ
     
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  4. james5000

    james5000 2010's poster of the decade booted Full Member

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    Suppose all of this is based p4p, 160 could just be different for the guys moving up
     
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  5. James9753

    James9753 Member Full Member

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    In essence it is p4p yes, but I really don't think Fowler or Fitz moving up to 160 would be an issue whatsoever. Fowler's fight against Rose was at middleweight and both guys are naturally very large for the weight. I think they'd both be just fine fighting at 160 if they/when they move up.
     
  6. InsideJab

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    Williams can still make 154 according to his twitter so he’s defo in the mix with these guys and he’s a good level or two above imo. Shame he’s not with Matchroom it’s time his career got moving it’s been ages since the Smith losses now he’s got so much ability. Throw Eggington in the mix too some amazing match ups
     
  7. Double J

    Double J Member Full Member

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    You’ve got Fitzys stamina as last out of them?
    Dropped Fowler in the last, after Fowler blowing out of his arse.
    Got a last round KO fight before.
    Won the last 4 easily against a knackered Cheese.

    I don’t think Fitzys stamina is all that bad
     
  8. james5000

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    He just don't throw many punches that's why he can do that. I don't think he won the last for against Cheese and certainly not easy.

    Can't say Cheese and Fowler didn't throw a hell of a lot more leather can you?

    Think he is a fair bit more economical with his movements too. He doesn't have to move as much because he has a good guard, timing and head movement.

    Definitely can't call him a volume guy with great fitness. But I think some categories are so tight the difference between 1 and 5 isn't much at all.
     
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  9. Journey Man

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    Think Cash is the worst of the lot of them. Wouldn't mention Liam Williams in the same vein yet as he is clearly a level or two above the rest.

    Probably 1. William 2. Fitz 3. Fowler 4. Cheeseman 5. Cash
     
  10. james5000

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    I thought Fowler and Cheese both beat Fitzy.


    Thought Cheese won pretty clearly but Fowler could have gone either way.

    I'm sure they would all take wins and losses against each other.

    Williams and Fitzy seem to have the biggest fan bases. I don't know what Williams has done to be considered a world beater but he has plenty of fans that think so.

    Liam Smith beat him twice the 2nd out classing him and people still rate him higher it's crazy lol
     
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  11. Furey

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    Liam Williams right now is a level above all of them and I say that as a fan of Fitz (who I think can go definitely make some noise if he can keep his head down and keep taking good fights as he's done against Fowler and Cheeseman).
     
  12. Oreet Cha!

    Oreet Cha! Always poor, never bored (IDLES) Full Member

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    You thought wrong.

    You think correctly.
     
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