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Old 07-10-2012, 11:21 AM
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Originally Posted by Fix View Post
We've seen a lot of hyped up fighters in recent years who ultimately failed to live up to that hype... The US possibly offering the most hype jobs in Jeff Lacy, Danny Jacobs, Timothy Bradley, James Kirkland, Kelly Pavlik etc.. With Europe's offerings including Lucian Bute and Robert Helenius to name a few.

Is Broner another hype job or do you think he could be the real deal?
pavlik, bradley and bute arent hypejobs, they were overrated perhaps but they are all world class fighters who have atleast good resumes and meaningful title reigns. kirkland beat good fighters too, he might be overrated but hes no hypejob. he can fight. broner already proved himself to be much better than jacobs, helenius and lacy.

you dont seem to know what a hypejob is my friend. but to answer the question broner is a solid fighter with chances to be a great fighter. we dont know that just yet, but i dont see how anyone can watch him fight and say hes not a good fighter.

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