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Old 10-21-2012, 06:14 PM #6
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Originally Posted by Light_Speed View Post
Chavez fights nothing like N'Dam, styles make fights. Chavez has ZERO lateral movement and has slow hands, how can you draw conclusions about a Chavez/Quillin fight based on Quillin/N'Dam?
There were instances when HNN walked Quilen down and pressed him on the ropes wether he was forced or chose to do that still that would be beneficial to Chavez plus he fights in spots and a high workrate/pressure fighter could wear on him there were moments when he looked fatigued

But he is a sharpcounter puncher with pop actually that would be a really good fight if it could get made but both will be "promoted"
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