View Full Version : The Modern Day Charley Burley


Southpaw16BF
01-26-2010, 01:11 PM
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You read right. Choi Tseveenpurev is the modern day Charley Burley. He is to good for his own good and no one has the guts to fight him.

He is the most avoided fighter in boxing today. I imagine many of you around here haven't even heard of him.

Choi started boxing at the age of 22.

In the amateur ranks, he nearly made the Olyimpic Team, and early on in his amature career was just fighting the best around, when he didnt even have much experience.

In only his 3rd Professional fight he fought the 18-1, one of the best asian fighters of all time Veeraphol Sahaprom, in a 10 round fight, yes 10 round fight and this was only Choi's 3rd pro fight, he lost a 10 round decision.

In 2004 he took future world champion Lehlohonolo Ledwaba to a MD.

Choi has took 7 unbeaten fighters O, giving them all there first loss in the pro ranks.

-He defeated Kevin O'Hara (9-0) Who Represented Northern Ireland In 2002 Commonwealth Games

-He defeated Livinson Ruiz (12-0)

-Nikoloz Berkatsashvili (13-0)

-Abdu Tebazalwa (10-0) Tebazalwa represented Uganda at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, boxing as a Bantamweight.

-Derry Mathews (20-0) Mathews was WBU Champion, and was number 1 in Britian and had already won the young boxer of the year award in the UK. As a amteur Derry had also won the Jr Olympic's and the ABA English Title.

Choi destroyed him. Amazing that Choi also took the fight on short notice.

Choi has also defeated the very capable and tough Harry Ramogoadi twice.

Choi hasnt been beat in 5 years and is on a 11 fight winning streak.

But still no one wants to fight him, and no big promoters are interested in him. Becuase he isnt as markatable as other fighters. are.

So he is thinking about retireing due to this, and is thinking about going to MMA, just to put food on his Family's table.

But this isn't DAMN right. Choi deserves a chance to fight for a world title world title, and should be getting big money fights.

It makes me sick a great fighter like him, is not getting the chances he deserves. When he has the talent.

But I see the likes of Matthew Hatton, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, etc getting world title shots, and easy fights due to there second name! When both are no were near as good as Choi.

Choi is the most avoided boxer in the world right now!

And he is not getting any younger he is 38.

I wish something could be done about Choi's situation! The polotics in boxing are a disgrace and this just goes to show that most Promoters are just snakes, as they dont give the break to the rights fighters.

There you have it, people. Choi Tseveenpurev the modern day Charley Burley. Just to good for his own good. With a fearless attitude. And has not had his rightly deserve chances due to the politics of boxing.

Sad but true!

IMDAZED
01-26-2010, 01:26 PM
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You read right. Choi Tseveenpurev is the modern day Charley Burley. He is to good for his own good and no one has the guts to fight him.

He is the most avoided fighter in boxing today. I imagine many of you around here haven't even heard of him.

Choi started boxing at the age of 22.

In the amateur ranks, he nearly made the Olyimpic Team, and early on in his amature career was just fighting the best around, when he didnt even have much experience.

In only his 3rd Professional fight he fought the 18-1, one of the best asian fighters of all time Veeraphol Sahaprom, in a 10 round fight, yes 10 round fight and this was only Choi's 3rd pro fight, he lost a 10 round decision.

In 2004 he took future world champion Lehlohonolo Ledwaba to a MD.

Choi has took 7 unbeaten fighters O, giving them all there first loss in the pro ranks.

-He defeated Kevin O'Hara (9-0) Who Represented Northern Ireland In 2002 Commonwealth Games

-He defeated Livinson Ruiz (12-0)

-Nikoloz Berkatsashvili (13-0)

-Abdu Tebazalwa (10-0) Tebazalwa represented Uganda at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, boxing as a Bantamweight.

-Derry Mathews (20-0) Mathews was WBU Champion, and was number 1 in Britian and had already won the young boxer of the year award in the UK. As a amteur Derry had also won the Jr Olympic's and the ABA English Title.

Choi destroyed him. Amazing that Choi also took the fight on short notice.

Choi has also defeated the very capable and tough Harry Ramogoadi twice.

Choi hasnt been beat in 5 years and is on a 11 fight winning streak.

But still no one wants to fight him, and no big promoters are interested in him. Becuase he isnt as markatable as other fighters. are.

So he is thinking about retireing due to this, and is thinking about going to MMA, just to put food on his Family's table.

But this isn't DAMN right. Choi deserves a chance to fight for a world title world title, and should be getting big money fights.

It makes me sick a great fighter like him, is not getting the chances he deserves. When he has the talent.

But I see the likes of Matthew Hatton, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, etc getting world title shots, and easy fights due to there second name! When both are no were near as good as Choi.

Choi is the most avoided boxer in the world right now!

And he is not getting any younger he is 38.

I wish something could be done about Choi's situation! The polotics in boxing are a disgrace and this just goes to show that most Promoters are just snakes, as they dont give the break to the rights fighters.

There you have it, people. Choi Tseveenpurev the modern day Charley Burley. Just to good for his own good. With a fearless attitude. And has not had his rightly deserve chances due to the politics of boxing.

Sad but true!

Nice. I don't know about the comparisons to Burley but he sounds interesting. Any clips?

Southpaw16BF
01-26-2010, 01:33 PM
Nice. I don't know about the comparisons to Burley but he sounds interesting. Any clips?

Interview with Choi......
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black.ink
01-27-2010, 07:46 AM
I think the Burley comparisons are a bit much, but i see what you're saying. It's a shame really. He's gonna become another 'could have been', rather then a should have been.

Domestically, he was just too good for his own good, and the Matthews win should have been his ticket that he always needed to land on the world scene. Sadly, it seemed that Warren had other plans, as he said Choi wasn't a draw, but was happy to stick him on undercards. What kind of justice is that?

It is such a shame that we cannot see Choi's talent shown on the world stage.

I read somewhere late in 2009 that Choi had his boxing license revoked. Is this true? Another talent gone to waste.