he dominated hatton, won every round. dropped him one time i think. went the full distance. kerry hope, 17(1)-3(2) upset grzegorz proksa 26(19)-1 yesterday. proksa was undefeated before the fight, he whooped an older sebastian slyvester that really got him noticed. i think i told you about him a couple times. pretty crazy.
haha, probably, if they're not married. i think they are. anyways, yeah. my dad was like "both of these guys' nicknames are 'the bomb' but they're not throwing any". kinda true. we'll see how donovan does in his next fight. hope he bounces back. and wow, a complete bum littleon fought on friday.
they showed donovan in the locker room, he looked depressed. i mean how could he not be, this was his chance to shine. disappointing loss for him, wish he would've pulled out the win in this one. you think he'll be back to headlining a card at uic or no? he still lives in chicago right? i hope he bounces back. he looked good on showtime, i think if he sharpens some things, up, like working a good jab and being a bit more defensive he'll be able to get another shot.
yeah, he deserves nothing but respect, he fought his heart out. and he wanted to continue as well, can't help but give him his props. yeah, martinez being 37 sure doesn't look like it. he's an athletic freak, his fights always make for entertaining bouts. crazy how he ended up stopping macklin though, i wasn't expecting it. just out my sig, it's the quote he tried to say when explaining his gameplan for macklin. what a fight. that chick was bad though right? haha. roy jones would've love it, haha.
how did you like that fight? wow, macklin really tested him. props to him and mcgirt, they came to fight. martinez showed why he's a champ though, sick way to end the fight. he really turned it up late, his athleticism comes through for him once again. great fight, i enjoyed it a lot. dude had me worried a bit but he came through in the end.
and damn, george really got outboxed in this one. tough loss for him, hope he bounces back.