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Old 01-29-2013, 10:52 PM #25
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Solis is a very live underdog....

a) Solis did not lose that last fight he was injured. call it what you want but no punch caused a problem for the challenger. There was even indications that Solis was a danger to Vitali....though this is an exxageration.

b) I feel sorry for Solis. He really struggles more with himself than his opposition. I mean think about it, he has hardly ever lost, including against some great fighters (Savon, et al) ....and he chronically looks depressed, probably because he fights to the level of his comp. Put this guy in the ring with a real cowboy and watch that fat ass move!!! Even with a few pounds against younger brother? If Vlad ****s up he is going to be in deep water.

Solis, fat ass and all has learned how to win fights. Frankly he is my favorite Heavyweight right now, he is like Toney: Skilled as the day is long and hence always dangerous....If he gets in shape we could have a great fight on our hands.
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