Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Chuck Norris, Apr 26, 2022.
He looks like a poor mans lomachenko, but even that is good enough to be good nowdays.
Odds are out - 1.23 for Bam and 4.2 for SSR. Completely insane odds, stacking on SSR
If SSR comes in with a chip on his shoulder and is motivated, he'll KO Bam. But he hasn't looked great in years.
Great card this one.
I'm a big Rungvisai fan and if he's close to his best he should get the win.
Good ass card. Almost worth the DAZN annual subscription alone.
Really hoping that we see Sor Rungvisai turn up and make it a war. It seems like he just hasn't been the same ever since he lost to Gallo in the rematch. I still can't get over just how plain stupid their gameplan was for that fight, they basically just gave away the win to Gallo. Hopefully he just goes all in and just throw leather.
Awesome card indeed. Bam by decision, to become the breakthrough fighter of the year.
Srisakrats prime feels like it was really short .. actually hope he smashes **** outta this kid n gets back in the mix
Is McCaskill the Co-main?
If they really did that I'll be so disappointed. What a waste of a great slot to give to MJ-Rios. McCaskill has an ugly, sometimes nigh unwatchable style and a smug attitude I can't stand on top of that.
I hope my boy Ronny Rios can pull it off!
What it says on the DAZN website is that McCaskill is the opening bout on the main card, with Mj-Rios as the Co-Main event.
The whole card is stacked.. potentially 5 good fights.
Eddie Hearn really delivers this time around.
The guy to watch on this card is Panterita Martinez. He is 1-0, made his debut 2 weeks ago. I have been following him since he was 11- about 7,8 years- right around the time I first saw Bam. Panterita is a 14 time national champion and a 1 time international champion and he is training in Riverside with Robert Garcia, another out of the very productive amateur programs in south Texas.