Parker’s replacement for Chisora?

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  1. KermitTheFrog

    KermitTheFrog Active Member Full Member

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    Price is definitely getting paid. He was in a good position to negotiate when Hearn said the event would be moved off PPV if they couldn't find a suitable replacement.
     
  2. Journey Man

    Journey Man Journeyman always. Full Member

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    I'm buzzing for this now, good addition to the card. Whilst it means less, likely be a better fight than the Parker bout. Be a good laugh whichever way it goes.
     
  3. alpo1

    alpo1 Active Member Full Member

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    Will give more entertainment for the PPV than Chisora vs Parker would have.

    For the next 3 weeks Pricey needs to lock himself in a trap house and listen to the most violent drill songs on loop. Unleash the roadman.

    It'd be an amazing story if he wins, as he'd be in line for a super super fight after it.
     
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  4. Cecil

    Cecil Boxing Addict Full Member

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    He’ll still fall, the first time he’s hit on the chin.
     
  5. 305th

    305th Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Pricey the Roadman lmfao.

    David "the Phoenix" Price. If the guy fell in a barrel of thumbs he'd come up sucking a tit.

    Parker is boring AF and a paid stooge, so glad he's out of it.

    Probably won't last long, and I'd have preferred Joyce, but the entertainment in the run-up and during more than makes up for it.
     
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  6. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Active Member Full Member

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    I think the winner of Ruiz/AJ is obligated to face Pulev (IBF) and Usyk (WBO) so I cant see it. I can see the winner of Chisora/Price fighting Parker or Usyk early next year in an eliminator though
     
  7. NasalSpray

    NasalSpray Well-Known Member Full Member

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    As a fight to try bolster a PPV this isn't a great replacement


    But as someone who has tickets I'm delighted, seeing one of these lads getting sparked will be mint
     
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  8. Tonto62

    Tonto62 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I think it will be a one-sided massacre ,Price is gone he cant pull the trigger any more. Lovely guy and I wish him well but this isn't a PPV fight and the top of the bill doesn't justify being PPV with a poor opponent for the main support.Im glad I haven't bought tickets and I wont be now!
     
  9. Degale

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    Del boy is easy to hit, it is all about if Price lets his hands go.
     
  10. Bridie mcmahon

    Bridie mcmahon Active Member Full Member

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    I think having price will boost the ppv,it will still struggle though probs.
     
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  11. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Active Member Full Member

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    Can Price utilise his jab and then uppercut in close like he did against Allen? I think he can for a few rounds but I think Chisora will rough house in close and eventually clip that chin for a show real KO
     
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  12. CutThroatFade

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    I think Price’s only hope is to knock Chisora out. It’s not beyond the realms of possibility. Chisora has a great chin but he was brutally KO’d by Haye and Whyte. I’d bet that a Pricey right hand is just as, if not more devastating, than a Hayemaker from David or a left hook from Whyte.

    Similarly we’ve seen Chisora left pizzafaced and beaten to within a few inches of his life by a Tyson Fury jab and move masterclass so Price May decide that jabbing from range is the best approach here.

    I can’t see it though. Chisora will bob and weave until he’s in close and rip in the hooks and overhand rights and Price won’t like it. It’s one thing easing through the distance against Dave Allen but it’s another thing doing it against Chisora who fights at a much higher tempo these days and with far more variety in his punches.
     
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  13. Tonto62

    Tonto62 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Who has Price ko'd in the last 7 years that indicates he is likely to stop Chisora? Outboxing Dave Allen has never been a feat novice Yoko beat him! This is a cynical mismatch.
     
  14. CutThroatFade

    CutThroatFade Rangers FC Full Member

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    Where have I said that it is “likely” that Price stops Chisora? I’m merely analysing his best options at winning. I even mentioned in my post that out boxing Allen is nothing compared to what it takes to outbox Chisora. Read my post on the previous page and you’ll see that I’m expecting Chisora to knock him out easily.

    Top class reading comprehension there.
     
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  15. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Active Member Full Member

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    This is the problem. Price seems reluctant to let his hands go incase he gasses. I think the Allen win has given him confidence in his boxing and stamina but I think Chisora will knock it out of him
     


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