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  1. CubanGuyNYC
    04-18-2014 07:47 PM
    CubanGuyNYC
    I can't speak for most Cuban fans; but, from what I've gathered over the years, Kid Chocolate and Kid Gavilan tend to rank higher in ATG lists than Napoles. I've watched footage of Chocolate, and he looked impressive -- very modern looking fighter. Gavilan was also terrific. One thing is certain, all three men were very different from what has come to be known as the Cuban school. Nearly all of today's Cuban fighters spent entirely too much time in the amateurs, and developed a style geared towards medals rather than belts. One Cuban fighter I really like didn't quite make the ATG cut, but he was beautiful to watch: Luis "El Feo" Rodriguez.
  2. CubanGuyNYC
    04-17-2014 07:53 PM
    CubanGuyNYC
    My hat's off to you, sir. You know your stuff. I always knew about Jose's propensity for cuts. I think he lost his title to Billy Backus over one. And I agree, Napoles wouldn't have been able to cope with Monzon even in his prime. I've often wondered who should be considered the greatest Cuban fighter of all time. It's a tough choice between Kid Chocolate, Kid Gavilan and "Mantequilla."
  3. CubanGuyNYC
    04-17-2014 11:41 AM
    CubanGuyNYC
    I'm not an expert on Napoles. I just did some research on him and found he had some early fights at featherweight. It does seem as though Jose fought well under the welterweight limit. It's interesting to note that he was outweighed by Monzon (in his only middleweight bout) by almost seven pounds. It's crazy to think that "Mantequilla" took on arguably the greatest middleweight of all time with that much of a weight disadvantage. No catchweights for those guys! lol I've seen footage on Youtube of Napoles. He was a pleasure to watch -- skilled and powerful, 54 KOs in 80 wins. Very impressive indeed. It must've been a treat to watch that guy in his heyday.
  4. CubanGuyNYC
    04-16-2014 12:01 AM
    CubanGuyNYC
    You're welcome, brother. Pretty amazing to have watched Jose train and spar. Always nice to be witness to greatness. The Canelo-Lara fight promises to be very good, I think. The way I see it, may the best man win.
  5. boliodogs
    04-15-2014 10:43 PM
    boliodogs
    with fans like you he doesn't need haters. you just trashed the **** out of both pacquiao and Bradley. are you to stupid to realize that? THROWING A FIGHT IS AS LOW AS THE COME AND SAYING pacquiao needs help to win is also an insult and you know it. why don't you quit starting threads because you really such at it.
  6. Southpaw110
    04-15-2014 10:26 PM
    Southpaw110
    What's up Boliodogs I actually am a fan of Pacman. I am a fan of boxing I don't hate on anyone
  7. Balrog.
    03-19-2014 09:15 AM
    Balrog.
    You get all sorts of cry baby fan boys on this site. You're not alone in facing them lool
  8. boliodogs
    03-19-2014 02:00 AM
    boliodogs
    Trout is ok but when I have a favorite fighter like Canelo, GGG or Pacquiao I always root for them 100%. I hope Canelo and GGG never fight because I would hate to see either of them lose. Canelo looked great in his fight with Angulo and I don't think he will lose again. When Baldomir paid Canelo big money for being over weight Canelo gave him the money back and not many fighters would be so generous.It's good to hear from you.
  9. Jalisciense909
    03-18-2014 09:47 PM
    Jalisciense909
    Right on! Yeah, he's a very humble and respectful fighter. I think people tend to forget that because he is so popular. Not to mention the skills he has for a 23 year old. In Jalisco when he fights it's the same as say Manny Pacquiao in the Philippines, everyone is watching the fight. Did you have a hard time choosing who to root for when Canelo fought Austin Trout? He's from New Mexico also I think.
  10. Bombs Away!
    03-15-2014 06:12 PM
    Bombs Away!
    You're welcome. You're posts are very good, boliodogs.

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