Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Undressing Euro hype-jobs with ease in Oakland.
Quoted: 87 Post(s)
Total Points: 461,576,174,685,302.31
Litzau, Rodriguez, Perez, Escobedo, DeMarco, Rees
DeMarco was a legit win, topped with a very good performance.
Litzau, while not a great fighter, had just beaten the highly-rated Caballero.
The punching power is very serious, it's causing everyone problems, and helping him out while he's dropping rounds to fighters he shouldn't be.
Anyone who tries to fight him on the inside is getting beat up.
He's improved hugely in all these fights, finding his identity the more he imitates Floyd less in the ring.
It's not exactly a murder's row since he fought (and IMO, lost) to PDL.
Perez, Rodriguez, Rees were complete and utter mis-matches. Rodriguez, especially, was a farce of a fight.
Escobedo is.....Escobedo. We saw what Cherry did to him last night (let me guess, The Problem took his soul in that way B-Hop used to take his opponents).
Is this enough to be p4p number 6?
No hating. But I do think people are being way too quick to anoint this kid as a future great. Compare this to the run someone like Mares is on.
We need to see how he does when he really faces adversity. He did against PDL and didn't do great but OK, let's chalk that up to lack of experience.
140 is going to be a big, big step up in quality.