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Old 10-04-2012, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by -Johannes- View Post
Most of them. He needs to set up his punches not just by imposing his size and rushing ,but using the jab more effectively. He does this and everyone at 160 will have problems.

Anyone that isn't elusive like Martinez will get hurt at 160, that's if he really stays there.
I don't subscribe to that. Weight-draining has its advantages and disadvantages. He might out-weigh his opponents by 10lbs+, but his stamina/endurance/defense will suffer. He's almost incapable of avoiding shots, which is why he continues to rely on his chin/punch resistance. He has NO choice but to absorb punishment.

As for the OT, I would only favor Chavez over Proksa and Sturm. Proksa has the style/speed/heart, but the weight would probably be too much. Sturm doesn't have the work-rate/power to beat Chavez.

I favor Martinez/Golovkin/Quillin slightly, and everyone else is 50-50.

Chavez shouldn't get an immediate rematch with all these other fights available. Who in their right mind will bitch about Chavez/Golovkin?

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