Hasim Rahman Jr. Shows that Glass Jaws are Hereditary

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  1. chico g

    chico g Eliminating puny little posters Full Member

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    That overweight behemoth was much too strong for Hasim's puny son. lol let dad get in the ring and fight him!
     
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  2. f1ght3rz

    f1ght3rz ellerbes daddy Full Member

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    If you want to see a thread where people exposing themselves as "I don't know **** about boxing and combat sports in general"....you should re-read the last 10-15 comments....hahaha

    Hardy is a bum in MMA and he's a bum in boxing too but he weighed 100 pounds MORE than Rahman on fight night.

    Rahman is the definition of a Bridgeweight. Too big to make 200 pounds constantly but also too small to fight those huge +260 pound HWs.

    Hardy would wreck a lot of pro HW boxers with his size. This dude is a giant and ****ing massive. The skills are average at best but he doesn't need more than a right hand and if it lands its over.

    If you actually consider the amount of clean shots Rahman took, i think his chin is really good.

    Calling Rahman a glass jaw after that fight is just ridiculous and proves that the OP has minus knowledge of boxing and combat sports.

    Another keyboard warrior who doesn't know what he's talking about.

    PS: Hardy would literally KILL Jake Paul.
     
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  3. Reinhardt

    Reinhardt Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Right, Hardy was as wide open to getting hit as an all night hooker, he better stay at this level. Rahman? he needs to learn his sport and from someone else besides Dad if he wants to continue
     
  4. Themessiah

    Themessiah El Jefe Full Member

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    Everyone would have a glass jaw if you put them in with someone 90 pounds heavier than you
     
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  5. ForemanJab

    ForemanJab Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    They made the ring about 10 feet wide to help the big guy. Still embarrassing losing to a bum like Hardy.
     
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  6. Pepsi Dioxide

    Pepsi Dioxide Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Rahman jr. isn't good, he was stopped by also not very good james mckenzie Morrison in the fight prior to this.
     
  7. DaRealJT

    DaRealJT 32–0–1 Full Member

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    They’re both over 200 lbs, they’re both heavyweights, they’re the same weight class.

    Deontay Wilder routinely knocks out men who outweigh him by 40+ lbs. Rahman gets zero sympathy from me.
     
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  8. DaRealJT

    DaRealJT 32–0–1 Full Member

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    100%. Jake Paul would have slaughtered him.
     
  9. Dynamicpuncher

    Dynamicpuncher Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Hasim Rahman won a slugfest vs hard punching Corrie Sanders, you know the same guy that dismantled one of the best Heavyweights of the last 20 years. And also went 22 rounds with hard punching David Tua, if he's chin was that weak he wouldn't of accomplished that.
     
  10. lepinthehood

    lepinthehood When I'm drinking you leave me well alone banned Full Member

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    Being 320lb is no advantage ffs. It's a hindrance.
    You shouldn't being getting hit by a man of that size.
     
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  11. _Scott_

    _Scott_ Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Bridgerweight? That's not a real weight class.
    Anyway, you just proved it is you who has no clue about boxing.

    Rahman Jr is a **** poor fighter, I reckon the whole top 50 of cruiserweights would beat Hardy easily and they weigh 120 lbs less than him. If Rahman wasn't the son of the former champ or a friend of Jake Paul, nobody would have known him.

    It's a miracle Dustin Nichols is not the goat in boxing, because he always weighed 450+ pounds. Apparently thats an advantage now.
     
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  12. lepinthehood

    lepinthehood When I'm drinking you leave me well alone banned Full Member

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    Eddie Hall and thor wins all they are 400lbs. You chatting out of your ass.
     
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  13. iamthegreatest

    iamthegreatest Active Member Full Member

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    Terrible mismatch in size. Rahman Jr's team should never have taken the fight. At times looked like a cruiserweight vs. a heavyweight. Was a fun fight nonetheless.
     
  14. f1ght3rz

    f1ght3rz ellerbes daddy Full Member

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    You're chatting out of your ass you moron.

    Hall and Thor are guys from the Powerlifting / Strongman scene. They had nothing to do with combat sports before they agreed to some celebrity boxing matches 2 years ago or so. Training as a strongman is actually pretty counterproductive for combat sports.

    Greg Hardy started training MMA and Boxing in 2014. He's a former NFL player and a life-long athlete. He trained with the best MMA Heavyweights in the world. He won fights in the best MMA promotion. He's not great in MMA and turned out to be a very one dimensional fighter in the end with some quitting potential when things go south but he's still an okay striker for MMA standards and a huge human being at 6'6''. With a massive size advantage he'd beat a lot of average pro boxers.

    Unlike Jake Paul he has faced a real Pro boxer AT LEAST. Jake Paul has faced a Youtuber, a former Basketball player and three retired MMA fighters. Give me a break.
     
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  15. f1ght3rz

    f1ght3rz ellerbes daddy Full Member

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    1. If Bridgeweight is no real weight class then Rahman is no real Heavyweight. I'm fine with that.

    2. And no, i actually know a lot about boxing. At least a lot more than you know.

    3. Rahman isn't a **** poor fighter. He's okay for HW standards. His biggest issues are his size (he's small for a HW) and his **** poor gas tank. Because of that he lost the fight against Kenzie Morrison when he gassed bad after 3 rounds.

    4. I never said Rahman is a world beater or so. You should improve your reading skills. But i guess you're one of those clowns who just wants to confirm your bias and agenda. I just said his chin is fine and everyone would be buzzed by getting hit flush by a guy who weighs 100 pounds more and is an absolute tank.

    5. Your "I reckon the whole top 50 of cruiserweights would beat Hardy" is the classic "I'm talking out of my ass" argument. You know who is the #45, #46, #47, #48, #49 and #50 of the Cruiserweight division right now? I can tell you: Mushin Cason, Dylan Bregeon, Mark Flanagan, Enrico Koelling, Youri Kalenga and Leon Harth. Nobody of those six would beat a 320 pound 6'6'' Greg Hardy in a boxing fight. Those guys are just way too small and limited and doesn't have any power to hurt Hardy. If you think they'd beat Hardy you're out of your mind dude.

    6. Dustin Nichols weighed 420 pounds and was just overweighed and fat. Greg Hardy is a former NFL player, a life-long athlete and while still being too heavy/fat/overweighed for his height and size still a very decent athlete. If you compare Nichols and Hardy in athleticism you already embarrassing yourself enough moron. So shut up, drink some mother milk and stop embarrassing yourself with some stupid ass talk.
     
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