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Old 01-09-2011, 06:20 PM #11
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I actually think this would be a very close fight. Hozumi has this very subtle trait of knowing when and if an opposing fighter is going to counter, which I think Hozumi will be too smart for against him. Lately, Donaire has been a counter-puncher, capitalizing on offensive fighters. I can't see Hasegawa walking into any of Donaires predictable counters. I can actually see Donaire getting frustrated at the lack of counter opportunities in which he will try to get off and Hozumi counters back. I think Hasegawa is just too accurate, fast, and powerful to get knocked out. I see this as being a chess match with both fighters being hesitant to get off or exchange. But I can see either man winning a decision.
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