Lomachenko got beaten by Salido and was dropped by a faded Linares. Tank Davis by KO!.

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  1. Alo2006

    Alo2006 R.I.P Sean Taylor Full Member

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    Get the **** out of here lol. What has he done as a professional? Who has he beat? I'll wait......
     
  2. Alo2006

    Alo2006 R.I.P Sean Taylor Full Member

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    Really? He fought Rigo who was 2 weight classes smaller. Loma was a giant compared too Rigo. Even Loma said he takes no credit for beating Rigo.
     
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  3. vargasfan1985

    vargasfan1985 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Is he not ranked? Is he not a respected fighter?

    Loma strikes fear into people. That’s why Davis won’t fight him until he’s shot.
     
  4. Alo2006

    Alo2006 R.I.P Sean Taylor Full Member

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    Again who has he beat? This is another easy fight for Loma.
     
  5. Badbot

    Badbot Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I would not go by that logic. It backfired a bit in Campbell vs Linares.
    2 years prior to Linares, Campbell had lost to Mendy. Mendy is a solid and crafty guy, but clearly not the cream of the crop.
    But in those two years Campbell demolished two domestic level guys and beat fringe contenders; Darleys Perez and Argenis Mendez.
    Not a bad run.
    Campbell then went on to give Linares hell and lost due to a mistake in the second round. That knockdown made the difference.
    Campbell since then has had a rematch with Mendy, whom he pretty much dominated this time around.

    So Campbell has put in some solid performances and has clearly improved over the years. In addition, he is able to use similar tools which gave Pedraza a footing in his fight with Loma.

    Loma is clearly the big favorite, as he should be, but don't expect him to run through Campbell because you are a boxrec warrior.
    It's a solid fight.
     
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  6. vargasfan1985

    vargasfan1985 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Was Walters not a top dog at the weight? What about Rigo? He smashed Martinez before he was shot. He beat Russell early on.

    I can’t believe you’re sitting here saying he’s fought nobody when Davis has fought absolute ****ing trash.

    His resume is absolutely better than Davis’.
     
  7. vargasfan1985

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    He’s just another Loma hater
     
  8. Alo2006

    Alo2006 R.I.P Sean Taylor Full Member

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    Well i think Loma out classes him fairly easy, but i will come back on here and give u ur credit if he gives Loma a good fight, or even upsets him.
     
  9. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    The one round in which Pedraza decided to box this dumbass, he had Fishtank backing up, covering up, looking panicky and losing his cool. Loma makes him **** his britches, slip in his poop and cry .
     
  10. Alo2006

    Alo2006 R.I.P Sean Taylor Full Member

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    Walters was a hype job. Where is Walter now? Plus i never said Davis resume was better. I said, Loma hasn't been fighting A level fighters himself. Who hasn't smashed Martinez? He just got smashed in 2 rounds against an old Gamboa. Rigo was too small, he came up two weight classes. Loma said himself, he doesn't take credit for beating Rigo win.
     
  11. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    And other than a near skeletal drained Pedraza who was badly struggling to make weight, and said before the fight this was his last match at that weight. Who in the f*** has Tank actually beaten?
     
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  12. Alo2006

    Alo2006 R.I.P Sean Taylor Full Member

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    Cut the bull****, Pedraza was the champion. So if he was so called weight drained. What was he a year later fighting Loma? Who beat him by UD, when Davis KO'ed him.
     
  13. Badbot

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    Oh, well ain't that just convenient: "Pedraza was the champion".
    Well Walters was also a champ at one point.
    And Pedraza fought Tank at 130, Loma at 135, and is now looking to move up to 140.
     
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    Cut the bull****, what? Like that entire ****ing ****ty spin filled post of yours that I just quoted. He beat a champion who couldn't make the weight anymore.

    Hence why he fought Davis at 130 and fought Lomachenko at 135.
     
  15. Alo2006

    Alo2006 R.I.P Sean Taylor Full Member

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    Not convenient when Pedraza is still around competing against top competition. Can u say the same for Walters?