Scott Fitzgerald vs Ted Cheeseman

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by cornwall22, Oct 7, 2019.


Who will win?

  1. Fitzgerald

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  2. Cheeseman

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  1. Twentyman

    Twentyman Watching Netball with Adam Smith Full Member

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    I genuinely hope Cheeseman gets through this without getting seriously hurt. He’s too tough for his own good and his corner have demonstrated that they’ll leave him in even when he’s out of his depth.

    Fitzgerald stops him.
     
  2. BoxingABC1

    BoxingABC1 WE ARE FIREMEN, THE HEAT DOESN'T BOTHER US Full Member

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    Bold claim seeing as he’s not really shown any evidence that he’s that much better than Fitzgerald
     
  3. james5000

    james5000 2010's poster of the decade Full Member

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    What has Fitzgerald done to prove he's anywhere near world level?
     
  4. EJC83

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    Fowler is a stepping stone to bigger fights, especially after he beats Cheeseman. Fitz beating Fowler tops anything Cheeseman has done, I think he could beat Garcia, I really do.
     
  5. BoxingABC1

    BoxingABC1 WE ARE FIREMEN, THE HEAT DOESN'T BOTHER US Full Member

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    Who said he was, because it wasn’t me?
     
  6. Journey Man

    Journey Man Journeyman always. Full Member

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    That's a big point and something that needs to be addressed, I can't stand brave cornermen. The worst kind. Just because they are thinking of the money / success for themselves if somehow their fighter pulls through and not what is actually happening in the present.
     
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  7. Twentyman

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    Fitzgerald isn’t world level because he’s only had 13 fights against domestic level opponents, so really we don’t know if he’ll hack it at Euro level yet...but with the same measuring stick you can’t say Garcia is at world level. We know he’s comfortable at Euro level but we have no idea how he would go at world level against a Charlo, Williams, Hurd etc or even fringe world level like a Liam Smith for example.

    If he’s stepped up carefully who’s to say Fitzy can’t eventually go on to reach that level. I think Josh Warrington’s journey should be held up as an example of what you can achieve if stepped up in the right way against the right opponent.
     
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