Irish Boxing

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  1. lencoreastside

    lencoreastside Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Josh's side reckon his size youth fitness and sheer workrate will be too much for what they view as an aging fading frampton who will not be able to cope and obligingly gas out and get overwhelmed . That's how they see it anyway. Glad you see it for frampton, I do too. Glad to hear the injury is coming along for you. Have a great Christmas Luke.
     
  2. marty

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    Flying out tomorrow morning for it. Should be a special occasion
     
  3. lencoreastside

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    Oh yeah forgot about you Marty. Enjoy. Let’s hope there’s no funny business if it’s a close decision...shouldn’t be though.. Frampton should win well. Keep us posted...
     
  4. puca

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    i think framptons use of angles and counters could be the diffrence.
    Warrington throws a lot of leather but usually its straight and can be one dimensional at times.
    Skills versus youth for me on this one.
     
  5. lencoreastside

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    Carl controls distance and angles very well. Timing and countering is his forte. Slicker footwork. He also is starting to punch more to the body lately. He has the bit of power too. Overall he just has too much strength in too many areas. He should be able to handle JW OK. He will have to work hard of course.. .lets not forget Josh is decent and determined and fit etc.
     
  6. Aston Villa

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    I rate Warrington, but if Frampton's on form he's a clear winner, has to be, he's an excellent fighter..I don't think he'll be on form for a great deal longer though !
     
  7. marty

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    That was a great fight. Feel terribly disappointed for Carl.
     
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    Aust based Irishman Conor Wallace went the distance for the first time in defeating Michael Whitelaw by un dec on Fri . Conor is returning in Feb.
     
  9. lencoreastside

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    Me too. Do you think he'll retire now? He probably should. Possibly LSC might be tempted by that performance to finally agree to a third fight. .....and Carl might be tempted by bags of cash to retire on.. ..
     
  10. marty

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    I think Frampton will go for one more big pay day. He's going to be a long time retired
     
  11. puca

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    Ok ill throw this one out there but i think Paddy bronze has the style and top am experience to beat Charlie Edwards..i know, i know there are 20 reasons why he shouldn't but i truely think Paddy would have a good chance here..
     
  12. marty

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    Maybe put it on the next Burnett undercard
     
  13. lencoreastside

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    Nothing strange or starting in saying that. ...paddy was a bit unlucky with Rosales .... I agree .barnes on form should beat Edwards IMO too. . .
     
  14. juppity

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    IBF 122 lb Champ TJ Doheny is looking to make the first defense of his title in Japan 2019. Most logically and lucrative opponent would be Ryosuke Iwasa who he won the title in a tight fight with a dec that could have gone either way.
     
  15. puca

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    not a great move imo unless TJ is getting enough to live a comfortable life (which is unlikely at the weight) if he loses this title i really don't see him winning another.
    If he could maybe 1 or 2 lesser defences on american undercards before taking the Japenesse money.
     

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