Serhii Bohachuk vs. Raphael Chukwuyekwu Igbokwe

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by IntentionalButt, Sep 13, 2021.

El Flaco or Igbo Warrior/Trouble?

Poll closed Thursday at 9:39 AM.
  1. Bohachuk on points

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  2. Bohachuk by stoppage

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  3. Draw

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  4. Igbokwe on points

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  5. Igbokwe by stoppage

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  1. IntentionalButt

    IntentionalButt Guy wants to name his çock 'macho' that's ok by me Full Member

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    Headlining a card on UFC FightPass on Thursday in Montebello. 10 rounds @ super welterweight, the longest Bohachuk has been scheduled to go (although he is yet to ever reach the final bell in a fight, with all nineteen victories and his one defeat coming by stoppage) - and longer than Igbokwe, whose upper limit has been going 8 rounds, doing so our times (with two different opponents, twice apiece). On the line here is the chance to maybe graduate toward some manner of 12-rounders eventually, while the loser will be set quite a ways back.

    Each has beaten every man they've shared the ring with save one. For the Ukrainian-Angeleno, it was Brandon "The Cannon" Adams upsetting him this past March via TKO8. As for the Nigerian-Houstonion, his zero was snatched by fellow Texan and tough gatekeeper Alexis Gaytan in 2019 by SD8...with the result being repeated in their rematch a few months later.
     
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    Bohachuk's stablemate (under Tom Loeffler) Ali Akhmedov in the co-main event, opponent TBA.
     
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    Huh...weird. Late start for this one, 10pm EST.
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    That's with doors at 4:30pm local time in Montebello, which means first bell probably at 5pm (or 8pm EST) - meaning they're leaving two hours' worth of undercard off the broadcast? Why not just show the whole thing? Not like there's any other programming concerns on a website that just shows MMA event replays as filler (basically whenever there's nothing live) almost 24/7? Oh well, can only ask for so much from a service designed to stream cage-fighting that only condescends to show boxing once in a blue moon due to a partnership with RJJ. :nusenuse: