Thread: Hozumi Hasegawa
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Old 01-09-2011, 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Shadows View Post


I remember a while back saying that Hasegawa might be more vulnerable against taller and rangier fighters when he was at 118. When he went up to fight Burgos and how he looked uncomfortable at times, I told Dom that he'd have a tough time at FW in future fights. When the fight with Gonzalez was brought up, I knew Gonzalez had the tools to give him trouble.
I actually didn't want to see the Gonzalez fight because he has IMO so much of a shot to get an upset. I want Rojas to have an opportunity to make a name off of Hasegawa. Pretty much the same way I felt about Pascal-Hopkins except I thought Pasc-Hopkins would be a terrible fight. We'll see how that fight goes though.
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