Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by CST80, Jan 7, 2023.
I'm so good
No it won't
You have to factor in the biblical amount of crap his fanboys on social media sling at certain other way more accomplished rivals of his who not only have fought way better competition but, in complete contrast to him, always seek out the best and are fighting giants way bigger and heavier than them, and are fighting real prime world champions their size, bigger or way bigger, who were champions at the weight he fought them at sans once or twice, and have taken risks right from the get-go he would never take in a million years. Throw rocks don't cry when boulders come back over the fence.
I completely understand this view and tend to share it myself, but tonight was different imo. He didn't really sacrifice any rounds for accuracy/timing/positioning purposes tonight, like he sometimes does.
You're just as bad as the Judges. What rounds did you give to Garcia? I want to see if I got something wrong.
In all seriousness, you think Tank was the bigger man in there? Were you watching on an Apple Watch or something?
Garcia will look good early, but he’s gonna get caught and knocked the **** out. He just doesn’t have the chin to win this fight…well I take that back he could stink the joint out and possibly win a decision. Otherwise he’s gonna get slept.
Based on what, getting dropped by a Lightweight in Luke Campbell? The same guy that hurt Loma to the body pretty badly? Garcia got dropped by a featherfist in Avelar, yet he ate about 50 shots just like that from Tank tonight and never officially hit the canvass.
Based on I’ve seen both fight a lot and I believe Garcia is basically Amir Kahn with a little better chin. Which is still world class and nothing to be ashamed of, he just isn’t going to make it 12 rounds with Tank. He’s too aggressive and doesn’t have good enough fight plans to navigate this minefield without getting slept.
Well I think your assessment is horribly flawed and incorrect. I've seen basically every Ryan Garcia and every Tank Davis fight since both of them turned pro. Ryan has been dropped once and it was flash knockdown, but I've never seen him badly rocked. I've seen him fight aggressively, I've seen him fight intelligently and cautiously behind his jab, and I've seen him fight on the back foot. All I've seen of Tank is him aggressively steamrolling tin cans or losing a ton of rounds against legit fighters and bailing himself out with his power. Tank is low output enough that a guy with the ranginess of Ryan won't have to navigate a minefield.
Can Tank take the combos from Ryan like Hector was serving them tonight? Ryan is an inch taller with 3 more inches in reach than Hector and much faster.
All of them. I could see giving Tank the 4th, that was the only round that was a maybe. Tank got schooled, he looked amateurish and off balance, his punches didn’t even phase Garcia. Tank showed a good chin but he was clearly getting backed up and hurt more by the punches.
Where was Davis’ counter punching and power tonight? Garcia clearly bested him in both of those. Ryan Garcia will be itching to get at Tank after that abysmal display. That fight depends on Tank’s chin, that will determine if he leaves on his back or with a points loss.
Nah don’t insult Wilder like that, Wilder has real power. Tank has power against 126lb fighters (Santa Cruz) and reckless journeymen (Rolly) , his punches did nothing to Garcia and we can’t forget that performance against a one-legged Gamboa. I’ve been saying for a long time that his power is extremely overrated. He is certainly not a one punch knockout artist.
Now I know you're either full of ****, a straight up hater or DKSAB. you only gave Tank the 4th? What about the round he made Garcia lose his site? Let me guess, the loss of site was caused by a medical condition, Tank had nothing to do with it. And the shot that hurt Garcia was legit,not a shot behind the head as you claim. Hell, Garcia did not even say it was a rabbit shot.