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Old 07-18-2012, 04:23 PM
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I'd pick Ortiz, Wach, Lawrence and Jennings over Fury at this point. And I think he'd wreck Pianeta. Fury has talent, but it's raw talent right now that he needs to fine tune. I watched Lawrence's most recent big fight against Estrada, and he beat Estrada more convincingly then Povetkin and Adamek, and he KO'd Estrada, something Povetkin and Adamek couldn't do. I think Franklin Lawrence is the dark horse wildcard of the HW division. He's in his mid 30's right now, but with only a little over 20 fights he's still fresh. Ortiz and Jennings are very talented as well. Luis Ortiz gets little to no publicity and is never talked about and he seems to be avoided by a lot of fighters. He probably has the fastest hands in the division next to Eddie Chambers, but he actually has power as well. I think Lawrence, Jennings, Ortiz, Fury, Price, Wach and Pulev could be the future of the division.
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