Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by CST80, Apr 13, 2019.
it wasn't even close
Okay rounds 4-6
Round 4 Hogan. razor close 10/9
Round 5 Munguia 10/9
Round 6 Munguia but damn close 10/9
58/ 56 Munguia
IB you are amazing
7th Munguia but close 10/9
8th & 9th Hogan 10/9
10th- 12th HOGAN
FINAL IN MY BOOK
Not that honest or Canelo would have been beaten by a tainted beef dildo out of Mexico
Are you laughing that my next post came well over an hour later?
I’m starting to think you shower in Golden Boy baby gravy every morning with your mouth wide open as you drink that hot salty juice
Yes and that you took that long to bust a turd
Here's where I think we come to an impasse and reach the fundamental disconnect at the heart of the "was this a robbery or not" issue:
You scored a couple of rounds to Munguía - namely the 1st & eleventh - that almost nobody else on here did. On every other scorecard in aggregate, the iron-clad and seemingly clear rounds we all saw for Dennis Hogan, across the spectrum of final tallies from 117-111 to 115-113 - appeared to be the 1st & 2nd, fourth, and 8th through 11th.
Of those seven clear Hogan rounds, you gave him five and so far are the only person to posit that Munguía even could have edged the 1st and 11th. None of the rest of us even flagged those rounds as being particularly close ones, among those Hogan won.
Now, I'm not trying necessarily to bully you with peer-pressure into amending your card because of cognitive dissonance or anything... But I am saying that right here is the disconnect, and this is where the rest of us are coming from: we saw Hogan win seven clear rounds (including two which you gave to Munguía, so that explains you not being on the same page).
I'm not saying you need to re-watch the whole fight. I would suggest, however, that you maybe review that couple of rounds in particular. Because if you give Hogan those, and you already felt he clearly won the 2nd, 4th, and 8th-10th, mathematically it becomes impossible for him not to win this.
Worst case would be a draw not a loss for Hogan Sir
Apropos of nothing: Jeff Horn was good friends with - and sparred a lot with - Dennis Hogan and has always spoken highly of him, and predicted he'd win a world title.
It shows. I've always thought they had similar styles, but last night it was more apparent than ever.
Yes, they're sharing the same coach i think and the coach has a specific style....i think you can see that in both fighters.