Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Ph33rknot, Apr 17, 2019.
i think they both whoop him
I respect your opinion. To me, it was a competitive fight, where both guys had success, but over the rounds it was Spence that gradually broke down Brook, and Brook who found he was having less and less success. Spence was coming on stronger with each round where Brook was needing more and more rest/breaks with each round as he could not fight for the full 3 minutes.
then you know how i post. you know im not belittling you when i say that i think i see more than you do, and i think my post history, by virtue of comparing what i say will happen, with what actually happens, is proof that i can see things most people cant. anyone that doubts that, be prepared to compare your post history with mine.
and when i say stunned I mean as much as Jacobs hurt golovk
personally to me it was around the seventh when he finally found his range and won't lie he started putting it together but then the headbutt and that immediate started to bother Brooks
thats why i tagged you I want to know what you see tell us man spit it out lol
I think his footwork was liquid against Mikey. You can tell that he worked hard to add/improve that dimension of his skillset.
mikey was way smaller that why he had no problem that and Mikey was in straight defence mode
I'm not here to troll I'm here to learn
What fight were you watching.
At best and worst after 6 it was either 3/3 or 4/2 for me was spence clearly winning but brook also proved why no other ww could hand with him until now..
Spence is very special, best ww in decades and will continue to dominate for years to come
do you remember. The rounds you gave to spence
Exactly and the truly great fighters break their opponents down, especially when fighting Elite comp.
Beating brook was the best ww win in decades. How so many fans under rate both brook and spence shows how limited and love hate driven our fans are
Not even close, he's as basic as they come. Bud will make him look like a lost puppy dog.
I'll wait till khan but I'm leaning that way now i had them both at the top
ok. we will start with what i saw leading up to the fight. first clue i got that brook was in over his head was his fight with porter. brooks whole method for dealing with inside fighting was to wrap himself around porter anytime he got inside. i knew this would never work against spence, he is too strong, he owns the inside. i said spence was just going to push him off and punish him to the body for trying that weak **** against him. i said brook would be forced to try another method of keeping spence off him, and he tried them all. thats what led to him tiring, and thats what led to him getting more scoring for a short while, cause he was forced to be the first to get off, in order to keep spence at a distance, or at least that was the plan. do you disagree with any of this?