Keith Thurman Big Props

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by stanislove12, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. stanislove12

    stanislove12 Active Member Full Member

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    I've watched only a few of his fights and the kid has grown on me, big respect, win or lose the guy has potential and is going in to the ring to make it a fight.

    He has won me as a fan. I thought i would start a thread just because it doesn't seem like he is getting much attention considering the rest of the fights that took place this weekend.

    Any body has any interesting info on the kid?

    and what are your thoughts, will he make it far? is it too early to tell?
     
  2. the_bigunit

    the_bigunit Well-Known Member Full Member

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    The entire world of bah-THING!!!!!
     
  3. IRONSENSE2002

    IRONSENSE2002 muslim and proud Full Member

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    i'v been calling this guy the future of boxing for months now, no-one believed me, maidana pussied out big time.
     
  4. stanislove12

    stanislove12 Active Member Full Member

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    from the first time i laid eyes on him i liked his style, but its always hard to say how far guys like him will make it... either way he is a pleasure to watch.
     
  5. Hatesrats

    Hatesrats "I'm NOT Suprised..." Full Member

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    I'll be the first to admit I thought Quintana was going to be a bigger test & show something Vs. this kid. Thurman beat that out of Carlos right away w/That body shot.

    He won't be an elite (From what I have seen thus far)... But i'll watch every fight he is involved in.
     
  6. ecdrm15

    ecdrm15 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Toss him in w/ any top 10 154 lber, itt'le be good.

    Thurman vs Kirkland
    Thurman vs Angulo
     
  7. m8te

    m8te Oh you ain't know? Full Member

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    that dude cellz called it before anything.

    I like the fact that thurman is a fighter first, who doesn't care if he loses, who looks to pummel his opponents. there are so many fights out there for him that would produce foty action.

    I'd love to see him in against victor ortiz
     
  8. Porgeous Porge

    Porgeous Porge Well-Known Member Full Member

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    i like his style and his attitude, the guy has the makings to be a fan favorite
     
  9. JC2006

    JC2006 Active Member Full Member

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    He's going to be on TV alot in the future due to his marketable style. He should do pretty well for himself.
     
  10. stanislove12

    stanislove12 Active Member Full Member

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    can anyone imagine thruman vs GGG? would be a war... absolute war and their styles in one fight will almost guarantee FOTY if it doesn't end too soon.
     
  11. JC2006

    JC2006 Active Member Full Member

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    GGG is too seasoned. He'd catch him and put him on ***** Street.
     
  12. slicksouthpaw16

    slicksouthpaw16 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I now see why he backed out of that fight. Getting knocked out by an unknown like that would have been a major setback for Maidana.
     
  13. dwighttsharpe

    dwighttsharpe Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yeah, he would have ruined Maidana.

    Now Maidana, and all, can go on pretending he is something other than maybe a bit above ordinary.
     
  14. Cableaddict

    Cableaddict Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Nah, it would be over very quickly.

    I really, REALLY like Thurman, but he keeps dropping his left. (especially when the ref breaks the fighters.) Combine that weakness with his slightly-slow arm speed, and he's a sitting duck for the patient, counter-punching sniper that is Golovkin.

    Thurman can go very far, and give us lots of exciting fights, IF he tightens up his defense & learns to not take stupid chances. He needs one devastating defeat to learn this lesson. - kind of like Deontay Wilder.
     
  15. No Fear

    No Fear Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I was sold enough on him prior to this weekend to smash into him to T/KO Quintana...

    ... One Time has paid for my next couple of nights out :deal