Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by POTUS, Mar 21, 2019.
Both coming off loses
Win takes it??
I love the style match up
I am edging towards Hughie by decision, but only because I think Chisora wont be interested in this one and wont turn up very motivated.
Chisora on top of his game would definitely have what it takes to land the heavier shots on Hughie- and put him on the backfoot.
However in this one at this point, its clear to me that Hughie pitter patters his way to a dull and uninspiring UD
Del Boy Chisora by brutal beating. One of my favorite HW.
Chisora usually struggles against boxers who can move and fight at range, think Agit kabayel or Tyson Fury either way I still think Chisora wins.
I would take in shape Chisora . Hughie hasn't shown he will be a real top guy with one decent k.o? He needs to learn to actually punch .I'm not so sure Kabayale won that Chisora fight either , but even he punches with more intent and he can't punch either.
I'm going with Chisora. Hughie doesn't have the power to keep Chisora honest, he'll get walked down and out worked.
Del Boy too old now. Hughie just on points.
Chisora has lost 9 times. he loses to like 18 of the top 20.
Hughie I thought beat Parker, and has good skills and a good chin. Highly likely he'd win on a points in a typically boring Hughie perfomance.
Hughie knocks his ass out.
2018 Chisora would go through Hughie like a laxative
Not heard a peep from Shades of Ali for months. Is he still fighting ?
If Fury fights negatively he should have a good shot at winning a decision. Opening up and trading with Chisora even at this stage would be a big mistake.
Hughie inside six rounds. Granite-chinned Pulev was ready to go after the right hand from hell landed in the eighth round. Hughie will have learned from his mistakes and finish things off better next time.