Originally Posted by Ray Corso
How will Jr. handle a southpaw that moves? We'll see in a few weeks, if he can cut him off and throw punches that make Sergio stand up he will have a chance because he looks to be the stronger puncher. Neither of these men have fought high quality fighters on a consistent basis. South American fighters seem to have some curse when they come out of their homelands. Sergio did get beat up by Margerito a few years back and that may be nothing but it can be something since he doesn't engage much and hasn't fought anyone with big power since.
I think its a good match but I don't see Sergio with a veterans edge because he hasn't fought on a high level. Neither has Jr. but he's just starting when you consider his first bouts took the place of a J.O career and Amatuer Open class years. ..................should be a good one, evenly matched!! Ray
has fought on a high level he destroyed Pavlik and he fought the most avoided boxer twice in Paul Williams
who beat Margarito.