Manuel Charr vs Sefer Seferi Livestream

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  1. esboxing

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    Just watched this of the course of a couple of hours... And not a bad fight. Once again Charrs limitations were exposed by an unheralded fighter but that shouldn't really come as a shock to anyone. Siferi did a really good job at looking like a poor mans Briedis at times - pot shotting, having Charr walk on to uppercuts, stance switching, lots of movement etc. He clearly studied that fight. I actually gave him most of the early rounds there's a case for him winning 1-4 at the very least he took 3 of those. After that he faded a bit and Charrs size/strength got to him. But to my eye he was the better technician in there. Gave him round 8 too. But after rd 4 it was mostly Charr other than the occasional good moment from Siferi. Knockdown in rd 10 is what gave Charr the fight for me, but he probably would have won anyways. Unfortunately for Siferi his power isn't anywhere near as good as his inflated KO ratio would suggest, otherwise he might have been able to replicate what Briedis did.

    Despite being the loser. I can't help but commend Siferis performance more than Charrs. He held his own against a much larger and more experienced fighter. He's no spring chicken either.
     
  4. Absolutely!

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    Charr looked sluggish as usual. Looks like he just can't get up for these types of fights. Shame. When he's fired up he's a pretty effective fighter (see Duhaupas fight).
     
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    Duhaupas could have potentially shut him out had he used more movement instead of laying on the ropes constantly. Still had him winning very clearly though. At least 8-4....
     
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    He wasn't going to the ropes of his own accord. Charr was pressing him and cutting off the ring the entire fight. Very disciplined performance by Manuel, actually, perhaps the best I've ever seen him. He certainly didn't lose by more than a whisker IMO, and certainly landed the more vicious and telling blows throughout the fight.
     


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