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Old 12-30-2012, 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by The Weebler II View Post
Everyone says this about Burns, like Froch he's the perennial underdog always picked to lose but repeatedly upsets the odds.

The difference in those two is style. Froch is so live because he's a well conditioned pressure guy. Burns will have to rely on speed and he's just not quick enough to the punch. Especially late in fights.

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Originally Posted by dan_cov View Post
Broner hasn't fought anybody with Burns size that is as fast, versatile or technically able. I'd like to see it and see how Broner dealt with Burns angles and movement.

Everybody that has ever fought Broner has stood right infront of him, Rees will do exactly that. Burns style makes this an interesting fight IMO

I genuinely think Ricky has a good chance of out-boxing that flat-footed hypejob.
No doubt, he's much better than Rees who will be out of there in 1. He is lengthy but he doesnt use it well. Katsidis got inside anytime he wanted. How is that gonna transfer to Broner who is much faster and has a longer reach.
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