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  1. Oxpi
    12-04-2012 12:25 AM
    Oxpi
    Que tal, ¿como puedo conseguir una cachucha o gorra con el logo de Espinoza Boxing?
  2. EdWins
    05-03-2012 09:43 PM
    EdWins
    Yo any word on Mares next opponent?
  3. MXboxingfan
    04-22-2012 10:12 PM
    MXboxingfan
    Hello. Have you considered matching Luis Ramos Jr. up against Anthony Peterson?
  4. scottishwhiskey
    03-18-2012 08:02 PM
    scottishwhiskey
    damn didnt get a chance 2 see them tonight, that confuses me as carlos molina fights james kirkland next week lol 135 and 154 carlos molinas! Nice good to see your fighters are winning their matches, will try to catch a replay of carlos molina's fight.

    With Lopez' fight with Tolmajyan, he is an ackward southpaw and showed good skills, and i thought Gabriel landed the cleaner punches and won more rounds from watching about 4 out of 6 rounds of that fight. You are right, he needs work but Gabriel has a tough style to fight and he can learn from that fight.

    Best of luck with your team, any of your fighters in action next week?
  5. Joey_Torreo
    03-17-2012 03:46 PM
    Joey_Torreo
    Hey bro do u know which group did mares entrance against the second agbeko fight. Thanks
  6. scottishwhiskey
    03-16-2012 08:01 PM
    scottishwhiskey
    -when you are putting some force in your punches, your head naturally moves with it. constantly punching in combinations means constantly moving your head.

    -and again, the STRAIGHT RIGHT HAND- Gabriel, in sitting back, will be leaning toward the direction of Abraham's right hand!!! this is the difficulty with opposite stance matchups. In trying to be slick and control distance, anytime he trys to sit back, make him think twice by firing that right hand.

    *I believe Abraham Lopez can win on activity or stop Gabriel Tolmajyan if Gabriel cannot handle the inside attack. I don't know what kind of fighter Abraham is or what his style is, but what i have just written is my best guess at a gameplan. Best of luck to you guys tonight.
  7. scottishwhiskey
    03-16-2012 07:59 PM
    scottishwhiskey
    -(strictly my gut feeling): Get on the inside (much like i Antonio Orozco did in his last fight) and test Gabriel: the reason for this is i don't believe he will be very effective on the inside since he doesn't look to have great slipping bobbing and weaving or doesn't like to be taken on the inside. His fight i just saw was him mainly from the outside and from midrange, only comming in when he opponent shelled up and ducked down. Gabriel is an armenian fighter, and most Armenian fighters I've seen are just not that great with their bobing and weaving, slipping and ducking, prefering instead to maintain range or block in a shell. I want your fighter to test him on the inside. Gabriel's only loss came to Efrain Esquives, who loves to rip those big combos on the inside.

    -Do try to get on the inside, and once there, stay out of the middle line of attack, and bob and weave, since Gabriel showed he couldn't hit the journey man when he did that.
  8. scottishwhiskey
    03-16-2012 07:58 PM
    scottishwhiskey
    I suggest for Abraham to:

    -Jab with him: Judging only from the bag hitting video, Abraham's straight punches look pretty crisp, so in jabbing with Gabriel he must be more crisp than gabriel's jabs. This is more difficult though due to it being an orthodox vs. southpaw matchup: he must instead counter Gabriels jabs with his own or straight right to the body

    -The straight right hand: In opposite stance matchups, the straight right hand is always open. Straight right to the body and head, switch it up and feint him. Landing that straight right clean to the solar plexus/liver while hurt like **** and change him.

    - Don't reach, since Gabriel likes to control distance and then step in to land his punches when he makes an opponent reach and miss
  9. scottishwhiskey
    03-16-2012 07:56 PM
    scottishwhiskey
    In order for that distance to not be too much of a reach, he doesn't stand too far outside, instead relying on sitting/leaning back a bit, which gives the illusion that he is farther out of reach than he actually is. Sitting back is often most effective with the slickest counterpunchers, but he is not that slick. However, he is a southpaw, so that distance might look even farther.

    In the begginning of that fight, he touches gloves many times with his right, then shooting the one two. What I saw in this fight is that his straight punches are okay but not impressively crisp and straight. His elbow is out slightly, making his jabs and straights a little but like quick hooks. We he decided to load up on 10+ punch combination, his punches looked like calzaghe slaps. During this flurry, when his opponent bob and weaved a little bit, Gabriel missed most of his punches, since it is hard to hit that type of angle with looping shots when the opponent is ducked down like that and moving.
  10. scottishwhiskey
    03-16-2012 07:56 PM
    scottishwhiskey
    Ok, just seen some videos of Tolmajyan, haven't seen abraham fight and could only find his interview segments where it shows a little bit of training.

    With Tolmajyan, the only fight i see of him on youtube is vs. Evengi Fyodorov. Before I talk about that, i must state that Fyodorov does not seriously test him, and is standing in front of Gabriel the whole fight.

    Judging from that fight, it looks to me that Gabriel is definitely a solid boxer, prefering to control the range. For the most part, he does a good job boxing and not getting drawn into a fight where he trades, so Abraham must not lose his patience if Gabriel in fact does not seem too eager to engage. His arms are not too long so he everytime he punches, he must step into midrange and then get out.

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