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I'll keep my judgement reserved as he still only has 16 fights under his belt. He's obviously improving but I don't think he'll ever be a fluid and mobile type fighter. His power seems genuine though, but we'll see how he does when he steps up to the next level. My biggest criticism would be his lack of head movement and defense. He'll get killed by either Klit at this point, possibly Thompson and outslicked by Chambers and Solis in my opinion. He's doing the right things to learn though by fighting the level of comp he has and staying active so he doesn't deserve to be totally discredited. I'll applaud any fighter taking chances to better themselves. Jmo.
Originally Posted by poet682006
Forget Helenius. I watched his last three fights: He's just another slow, crude, mechanical no-talent that they're trying to foist off on the public. Think Gerry Cooney with half the talent.