Gervonta Davis beats Lomachenko

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  1. Badbot

    Badbot Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    And Davis took him out with one punch? It had nothing to do with Davis landing big shots from the opening bell?

    You are absolutely talking out of your ass here. Of course Davis is the bigger puncher, no one is disputing that. But for you to say that Loma couldn't hurt Pedraza is just absolute BS.
    Both Loma and Davis beat up Pedraza, only Davis had enough power to force a stoppage.
     
  2. Liquorice

    Liquorice Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Same people who are all over Davis now are the same ones that shat on GGG the 'one dimensional, move in straight lines, power punching, bum killer' for years.. Saying he'll get his ass exposed by great boxer's etc :lol:..

    Now the tables have turned & one of Davis' main rivals & contemporaries is a slick, athletic, boxer mover type with a high ring IQ (Loma) but isn't part of there 'tribe' & there jumping ship to the GGG type's... Riding with Davis! 'He's too strong, he'll flatten him' etc .. Look at them rolling out the tried & failed triangle theories too! Laughable....

    The LDBC LOL
     
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  3. bandeedo

    bandeedo quaecumque vera Full Member

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    true, but how is that different from you coming at them the same way from the other side?
     
  4. El Meza

    El Meza New Member Full Member

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    Didn't farmer lose to pedraza? Sorry im a bit new to the fight game
     
  5. RingKing75

    RingKing75 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Then he wakes up and calls Loma to apologize.
     
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  6. Paranoid Android

    Paranoid Android Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Gayvis don't want no smoke from Loma.

    Loma don't want no smoke from Pac.

    Gayvis talking out his ass and don't want no actual smoke from Pac neither.

    //thread, yes?
     
  7. Ted Stickles

    Ted Stickles Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Floyd’s going to match Tank strategically and bring him along slowly and let Loma slow down and then Tank will fight him and beat him.
     
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  8. Official Scorecard

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    He may very well beat him when Lomachenko turns 40. Why don't they make the fight now if all of you guys are so sure of Tank beating him?
     
  9. Liquorice

    Liquorice Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Surely stupidity like this is ban worthy mods?

    Dude Loma barely left 1st gear & still beat Pedraza (coming off his career best performance) 11 rounds to 1... & Loma looked so disinterested & flat in this fight I thought he was going to have a nap in between rounds at one point too lol he cruised..

    Davis is good, Pedraza is a good win for him no doubt but not even Pedraza thinks Davis is better! & Pedraza is by miles the standout on Davis' resume too..

    Stop with the triangle theory BS.. You only have to look at the resume of Bhop to see it is never that simple.

    Davis has never faced anything remotely like the footwork, angles & ring IQ of a southpaw like Loma! I refer you to my original post in this thread...

    :)
     
  10. Zhuge Liang

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    A little bit of topic..

    I have feeling that WBC can be the most difficult belt for Loma to get.

    Not because it is held by Garcia, but on the contrary, it has very real possibility that it will get relinquished and then swarmed by all parties who have 'interests' over it. If my analysis is correct, Davis will soon leave the 130 and head to 135. At that time, the WBC belt will be an obvious and immediate target of his. And I read that even Arum actually set his eyes on it as well for his new prizefighter, Teofimo Lopez. The very minute Mikey drop this belt, everybody will jump on it, work their ass off how to make their fighters become immediate title contender bypassing all the rankings. Because everybody knows that this is the precious piece of puzzle that Loma needs to complete his collection of 135 belts.
     
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