View Full Version : Freddie Pendleton


cotto16
04-20-2009, 06:22 AM
Former, journeyman, club fighter turned world champion! never avoided no one, knocked out a mayweather and even give a prime whitaker something to think about. Your thoughts?

Fi5hbone
04-20-2009, 11:31 AM
Freddie Pendelton and Emmanuel Agustus are two dudes kinda cut from the same cloth if you ask me...Throwback guys with records that are/were decieving but capable of giving even the best of fighters all they could handle...

cotto16
04-20-2009, 01:08 PM
Freddie Pendelton and Emmanuel Agustus are two dudes kinda cut from the same cloth if you ask me...Throwback guys with records that are/were decieving but capable of giving even the best of fighters all they could handle...

Both are much better than there records

oldgringo
04-20-2009, 01:37 PM
Freddie was pretty underrated due to his poor start. The guy had some skill and a wicked right hand though. I was just watching "Nothin but Knockouts" on FSN yesterday and they showed his last great knockout win over Horatio Garcia...nice counter right hand that put Garcia to sleep.

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One of the more savage knockouts you'll see. Comparing Augustus to Pendleton isn't really fair to Pendleton. I know why you make the connection, but Freddie was a more serious fighter and accomplished some pretty good things in his career. He held the IBF Lightweight title, beat Lopez, Mayweather, Bramble, Paez, and Daryl Tyson...he also battled Ruelas and Whitaker better than most.

oldgringo
04-20-2009, 01:40 PM
Just checked on his record.....he defeated Tyrone Trice as well! Very early on in both mens careers. I can only guess that he starched him with a right.

cotto16
04-20-2009, 02:19 PM
Freddie was pretty underrated due to his poor start. The guy had some skill and a wicked right hand though. I was just watching "Nothin but Knockouts" on FSN yesterday and they showed his last great knockout win over Horatio Garcia...nice counter right hand that put Garcia to sleep.

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One of the more savage knockouts you'll see. Comparing Augustus to Pendleton isn't really fair to Pendleton. I know why you make the connection, but Freddie was a more serious fighter and accomplished some pretty good things in his career. He held the IBF Lightweight title, beat Lopez, Mayweather, Bramble, Paez, and Daryl Tyson...he also battled Ruelas and Whitaker better than most.

That right hand he caught the black mamba with was punch perfect

cotto16
04-21-2009, 05:43 PM
Just checked on his record.....he defeated Tyrone Trice as well! Very early on in both mens careers. I can only guess that he starched him with a right.

if you look at his record he beat some good fighters, never avoided no one

cotto16
04-22-2009, 11:18 AM
Just checked on his record.....he defeated Tyrone Trice as well! Very early on in both mens careers. I can only guess that he starched him with a right.

He has a world class right hand, he hit like a middleweight with it

zionroad90
05-10-2009, 01:33 AM
he was a great fighter. he now works with me at a mall in miami. he talks about his boxing past a lot but i like to listen.

DarchinyFAN
05-10-2009, 01:44 AM
Beat both Jorge Paez and Livingstone Bramble when they were both still serious contenders.

cotto16
05-10-2009, 05:03 PM
he was a great fighter. he now works with me at a mall in miami. he talks about his boxing past a lot but i like to listen.

freddie was a true legend a former world champion who knocked out a mayweather and never avoided no one. Does he ever mention not geting fight with chavez?