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Old 01-27-2013, 11:36 PM #42
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Originally Posted by studentofthegam View Post
I never disputed that he has stoppages after the 5th. I said he gets tired and frustrated. Its not about underestimation either. I'm not going on resume at all either. I don't know what or who you're debating.

Chavez is big and can take punches. GGG is rather small and we really don't know how he'll react to a hard puncher late in fights. I think a fight with Chavez would be fun to watch but if I were handling Gennady I wouldn't advise him to jump at that fight right away. Take a couple tune ups with big pressure guys then test it. Its more dangerous for him than it is for Chavez who knows what he can take into the late rounds.
Dan Rafael on friday: "Top Rank will never make that fight. Coal will turn to diamonds first."
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