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Old 02-27-2013, 10:18 PM
charlieg
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Originally Posted by King Jaffe Joffer View Post
You sound stupid. Alvarado wins a wide decision if he keeps the fight on the outside. Alverado was making Rios look like a clown on the outside. Awful defense. If Alvarado boxes on the outside and clinches on the inside it will be an easy victory actually. Alvarado underestimated rios inside ability, he won't this time around.
I call bull****.

He couldn't keep Rios off him before, and won't be able to do so again. 147 punches in the 5th. That's what you need to know.

So your answer is holding? Let's see how long the ref lets him do that.

The real answer is 1) head movement and 2) foot movement, of which Alvarado has neither. You can only keep a fight at distance if you have the skills to hit and move, and Alvarado has never once shown that and he didn't in the first fight.

Perhaps you should stick to talking about something else other than boxing.
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