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Old 05-29-2010, 08:59 AM
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Ezzard Charles vs Joe Louis

Round 1 Charles
Louis pressuring and stalking Charles, Charles using his
legs and catching Louis with left hook right hand, he also
landed a early body attack

Round 2 Louis (close)
Not an easy round to score, Louis was not that active but
landed the best punch of the fight, a clean left hook on
Charles.

Round 3 Charles
Charles countering and leading when he has to, particularly
with the left hook to body & head.

Round 4

Another tough round to score, im gonna go for Louis as he
upset

Round 5 Charles
Clear round for Charles as he landed a number of clean
counters on Louis

Round 6 Louis

Both guys languished inside this round but Louis managed
to land his stiff jab this round, he also landed a nice clean left
hook when Charles was pulling out.

Round 7 Louis

Charles started well landing good clean shots but mid round
he stopped working and Louis started to come on landing to
the body and pressing him, Louis finished the better of the two
imo

Round 8 Charles

Charles came back well this round by shooting right hands
counters at Louis and catching him

Round 9 Charles

Charles landed a hard combo on Louis this round, Louis
ralliyed toward the end but most of the round belong to
Charles imo

Round 10 Louis

Both men had a decent round, Charles early, Louis late, however
Louis pressure was decisive he started landing that punishing
jab and short little chopy punches inside, particularly the
uppercut.

Round 11 Charles
clear Charles round

Round 12 Charles

Charles seemed to be renergized this round as he had a bit
more bounce in his step

Round 13 Charles

Charles was incharge most of the way although Joe tried to steal it by
coming on late, however Charles was able to fight him off and keep him
out of the round

Round 14 Charles

Early on Charles potshotted Louis from outside with right hands, he seem to hurt
Louis mid way through the right, could not tell whether i was Louis eye that was
hurting or whether a punch landed that shook Louis, Charles did land an uppercut
and Louis voluntarily seem to want to back up like he was hurt, Charles backed him
up and put the pressure on

Round 15 Charles

Charles showed remarkable fitness, he seemed to get a second wind in round 12 and
never stopped moving and punching the whole fight, Louis's aged reflexes meant he
found it hard to get off first and sustain action,
Louis aged reflexes also made it hard for him to counter Charles who was quicker
and able to counter of get off first from outside, Charles was even able to stay inside
and bang it out with Louis when he had to. Louis jab landed some solid jabs on the
Charles though imo.
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Old 05-29-2010, 08:08 PM
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Renan St Juste vs Marcus Upshaw

Round 1 Renan St Juste
Round 2 Renan St Juste
Round 3 Marcus Upshaw
Round 4 Marcus Upshaw 10/8
Round 5 Marcus Upshaw (either way)
Round 6 Marcus Upshaw
Round 7 Renan St Juste
Round 8 Marcus Upshaw
Round 9 Renan St Juste
Round 10 Marcus Upshaw

Poor fight, boring and lacking quality.

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Eric Lucas vs L.Andrade

Round 1Eric Lucas
Round 2Eric Lucas
Round 3L.Andrade
Round 4L.Andrade
Round 5Eric Lucas
Round 6Eric Lucas
Round 7L.Andrade
Round 8L.Andrade

Was probably a little kind to Lucas on one of
those rounds, cant remember which one it was, i
think Andrade would of gone into stop Lucas anyway
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Old 05-30-2010, 12:39 AM
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Renan St Juste vs Marcus Upshaw

Round 1 Renan St Juste
Round 2 Renan St Juste
Round 3 Marcus Upshaw
Round 4 Marcus Upshaw 10/8
Round 5 Marcus Upshaw (either way)
Round 6 Marcus Upshaw
Round 7 Renan St Juste
Round 8 Marcus Upshaw
Round 9 Renan St Juste
Round 10 Marcus Upshaw

Poor fight, boring and lacking quality.

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Eric Lucas vs L.Andrade

Round 1Eric Lucas
Round 2Eric Lucas
Round 3L.Andrade
Round 4L.Andrade
Round 5Eric Lucas
Round 6Eric Lucas
Round 7L.Andrade
Round 8L.Andrade

Was probably a little kind to Lucas on one of
those rounds, cant remember which one it was, i
think Andrade would of gone into stop Lucas anyway
Watched the Aaron Pryor-Miguel Montilla fight from 1982. Montilla gave Pryor hell in this fight, landing right crosses and uppercuts throughout. Pryor showed no defense at all in this fight, but his non-stop punching finally put Montilla away in the 12th. Up to that point, the longest fight in the Hawk's career.
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Old 05-30-2010, 06:16 AM
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Watched the Aaron Pryor-Miguel Montilla fight from 1982. Montilla gave Pryor hell in this fight, landing right crosses and uppercuts throughout. Pryor showed no defense at all in this fight, but his non-stop punching finally put Montilla away in the 12th. Up to that point, the longest fight in the Hawk's career.
Cant remember if ive seen that one, i have a Pryor career set and have seen most the fights, although as i said i cant remember if ive seen that one, Pryor is one of my fav fighters btw, i thought he had a great offensive skillset, i think he would of been very difficult to fight for a good defensive fighter like Mayweather, the way he never stays infront of you when getting a combination off, always moving to the side to change the angle to mount another attack.

He would not sit on the ropes against shell up against Pryor.
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Cant remember if ive seen that one, i have a Pryor career set and have seen most the fights, although as i said i cant remember if ive seen that one, Pryor is one of my fav fighters btw, i thought he had a great offensive skillset, i think he would of been very difficult to fight for a good defensive fighter like Mayweather, the way he never stays infront of you when getting a combination off, always moving to the side to change the angle to mount another attack.

He would not sit on the ropes against shell up against Pryor.
IMO, Pryor was the greatest 140 pounder of all time. His style is eerily similar to Pac-Man. Pryor had his most trouble against tall, rangy fighters (Montlla, Arguello, Kameda, Johnson), and he was relentless as a mf'er. Beating Mayweather wouldn't be easy, but at 140, Mayweather doesn't have the power to defeat Pryor.
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Old 05-31-2010, 10:28 AM
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Julio Cesar Chavez vs Lonnie Smith

Round 1 Even

Smith running like a ***** the whole round

Round 2 Chavez

Chavez cutting the ring down on Smith and landing
a couple of body shot, he also landed a right hand over
Smith's jab

Round 3 Chavez

Smith landed a two good right hands on Chavez but Chavez
closed better pressing Smith, too much running from Smith

Round 4 Chavez.

Smith still running, although he did respond to a Chavez attack
this round, however toward the end Chavez was pressing him
again, oh!, Chavez also landed a good right hand this round

Round 5 Chavez

Smith is not running now but more walking he seems to have
tired from all the running Chavez's pressure was more evident
this round because Smith was more stationary target, Smith
knee'd Chavez in the balls at one point but got away with it.

Round 6 Chavez

Good round for Chavez as the pressure it getting hotter and
hotter in Smith, Chavez is starting constantly chip away at him

Round 7 Chavez

Round 8 Smith (kind)
Smith did a bit better this round but he is still running
too much imo.

Round 9 Chavez

Round 10 Chavez
Smith landed the best punch of the round of Chavez but
Chavez came back and tried to put the pressure on an
effort to stop Smith, he ran out of time however

Round 11 Chavez
Big Chavez round as he looked on the verge of stopping
Smith

Round 12 Chavez

Smith ran like a ***** all night long, Chavez did his usual
excellent job of cutting the ring down and applying the
pressure.

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Hearns vs Butler

Round 1 Hearns

Butler did okay early landing the odd jab and going
to Hearns's body at one point, however tha woke Hearns
up who was landing his left hook to the body and landed
the best punch of the round toward the end, a solid right
hand

Round 2 Hearns 10/8

Butler did okay early landing two cuffing right hands
but Hearns nailed him with a right hand that dropped him

Round 3 Hearns

Not much in this round as Hearns used his legs and lot but
did not score much, neither did Butler though, however Hearns
landed a good rigt hand toward the end.

Round 4 Butler

Gonna give this round to Butler as Hearns was a bit negative
and Buter was more aggressive and went to the body effectively

Round 5 HearnS 10/8
Not much in this round early on, however toward the end
Hearns landed a right hand, then a counter right hand, then
another right hand that dropped Butler

Round 6 Hearns
Butler was nailing Hearns to the body and head on the ropes
early on, however Hearns seem to get angry at that and came
off the ropes pushed Butler back and started landing his
right hand, he also landed his left hook to the body.


Round 7 Hearns

Hearns two right hands down the stretch took this round
where by not much happened

Round 8 Even
I dont usually score even rounds but neither man established
superiority in this round and i could not split them.....

Round 9 Butler

Thought Hearns dictated the pace but that Butler landed the
better punches, he landed the odd hook and a couple of right
hands.

Round 10 Hearns
Butler's early pressure was winning it but his workrate
dropped off down the stretch and Hearns finished the stronger
and pinched the round im.

Butler showed a decent defense in the fight as Hearns seemed
to miss a lot of shots throughout the fight, Hearns could fight
on the backfoot and use his legs because Buter is slow footed,
he also had success pushing Butler back, pretty poor fight to watch.

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Hearns vs Baez

Round 1 Hearns

Battle of the jabs early but Hearns found the
range with his right hand toward the end and seemed
to hurt Baez, he then let the combo's go

Round 2 Hearns

Hearns maintaining height and distance, using the jab
, and setting up counter right hands

Rounsd 3 Baez (kind)

Not much in the round but Baez put more pressure on
this round

Round 4 Hearns stops by Baez but hurting him with a right
hand then peppering him with combo's to force the ref to
step in


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Hearns vs Hutchings

Round 1 Hearns

Hearns wobbled Hutchings early in the round, Hutchings
seemed to recover his legs momentarily but toward the mid
to late part of the round was getting nailed again with
big punches and was dropped twice, 10/7

Round 2 Hearns

Hearns got his jab going early and landed the occasional
right left hook combo, however down the stretch he was
back to nailing Hutchings with solid punches, left and rights

Round 3 battle of the jabs early, Hearns actually caught a few
clean jabs but toward the end started letting that right hand go
and put Hutchings in trouble again, corner came onto save
their man Hutchings from more of a beating.

Hearns does take jabs to face, seems to have little defense for
it.
Hutchings fought too tight from the get go and that caused him
to reach with the jab, he was just far to tight and fought scared
Hearns teed off on him when he zeroed in.
Watched the Hearns-Hutchings fight last night. A one-sided beating. Hutchings was taller than Hitman, but not in the same universe. Mercante should have stopped this fight in the first, as Hutchings was out on his feet after getting up from the second knockdown. In the 3rd, he was taking a frightful beating when his cornerman ran into the ring to stop the fight. The Hitman was ferocious this night.
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Old 05-31-2010, 10:34 AM
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Randy Shields vs Tommy Hearns

Round 1 Hearns

Hearns got the jab going early that started to set
up the right hands, Shields tried to rush him at one
point and got hit with left hooks on the way in,
Hearns also landed his left to the body in the clinch

Round 2 Hearns
Took this round on the jab

Round 3 Hearns
Hearns using the jab and setting up his right hand, he also
caught Shields coming in this round with the left hooks

Round 4 Hearns
huge round for Hearns as he landed a serious of big
right hands that were hurting Shields

Round 5 Hearns

Hearns landing left hooks to the body of Shields this round

Round 6 Hearns

Hearns pressuring behind the jab, also landing his straight
right to the body

Round 7 Hearns

Not much in the round but Hearns landed a few rights toward
the end

Round 8 Hearns

Hearns picked it up again this round by using the jab
to set up his right hands

Round 9 Hearns
Good round for Hearns as he landed some big right hands
and committed to the body attack hammering Shields to the
body

Round 10 Hearns

Some crunching left hooks this round by Hearns

Round 11 Hearns

Round 12 Hearns
Not much happened early in the round but Hearns poured
it on down the stretch, they should of stopped this fight ages
ago as Shields has been taking a beating for how many rounds

Ringside doctor stopped the fight, wise decision, Shields took far
too much than he should of had to

I dont know what Shields was trying to do in this fight, sure he was
outgunned, but he might aswell have taken it to Hearns then let
Hearns systematically pummel him round by round, Hearns for his
part fought a very patient fight, used the jab well, landed crunching left
hooks to the body and just dominated centre ring as he stalked Shields
and peppered him with jab that set up his big right hands,
it was a case of rinse and repeat almost every round.

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Julian Jackson vs Ron Collins

Round 1 Collins
I felt Collins landed 3 straight lefts on Jackson that just
edged a round where not much happened.

Round 2 Jackson

Lots of pressure from Jackson this round he nailed Collins
and the ropes seemed to hold him up, Jackson also
hammered Collins body throughout the round

Round 3 Jackson
Jackson staggered Collins 3/4 times in this round,
he was on jelly legs and looked ready to go, Jackson
just could not find the finisher.

Round 4 Collins(kind)

Being kind to Collins as this was a tough round to score
Jackson seemed to take most the round of due to doing
so much in the last round trying to knock Collins out but
he did come back toward the end of the round, however
i gave it to Collins

Round 5 Collins came out and tried to stay inside and fight with
Jackson, big mistake, he got nailed with a big left hook that dropped
him and had him on spaghetti legs, the ref waved it off as his legs
had clearly gone. Collins got hurt numerous times in this fight
but managed to survive, somehow, partly because of Jackson's poor
finishing prowess, also because Collins was able to slip the punches of
Jackson.
What i loved about the hearns-Shields fight was Cosell's commentary. He gave hearns credit for fighting a patient fight and gave credence to his jab, which was like a machine in this fight. Shields was a tough cookie, having gone the distance with Leonard and Cuevas. In the 9th, Leonard told Cosell how he believed it was great strategy to go deep in the fight with Hearns because he felt Hearns' power decreases as the fight went longer. Cosell also gave tremendous praise to Manny Steward and was on his A-game despite the one-sided beating this fight produced.
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What i loved about the hearns-Shields fight was Cosell's commentary. He gave hearns credit for fighting a patient fight and gave credence to his jab, which was like a machine in this fight. Shields was a tough cookie, having gone the distance with Leonard and Cuevas. In the 9th, Leonard told Cosell how he believed it was great strategy to go deep in the fight with Hearns because he felt Hearns' power decreases as the fight went longer. Cosell also gave tremendous praise to Manny Steward and was on his A-game despite the one-sided beating this fight produced.
Yeah i was impressed by his patience, did'nt like how much punishment Shields had to take before they finally decided to stop it, that was just uncalled for imo, something you dont like to see.

Even though Leonard won the fight with Hearns i bet he had his reservations after watching that performance by Hearns Lol, of coarse Ray was a much better fighter, but Hearns did look like a beast of a proposition.
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Yeah i was impressed by his patience, did'nt like how much punishment Shields had to take before they finally decided to stop it, that was just uncalled for imo, something you dont like to see.

Even though Leonard won the fight with Hearns i bet he had his reservations after watching that performance by Hearns Lol, of coarse Ray was a much better fighter, but Hearns did look like a beast of a proposition.
I don't know if Leonard was a much better fighter than Hearns, just a little bit better than Hearns. Hearns had the better jab and power, but Leonard was the smarter fighter with a better chin and stamina. They both had tremendous hearts and both legends of the sport, with Leonard having the slight edge. Dynamite, who are your 10 favorite fighters of all time? Mine are as follows:

Ali
Hearns
Arguello
Toney
Chandler
Hopkins
Mayweather
McCallum
Bowe
Benitez

The only time I ever lost sleep after a fighter lost was when Ali lost to Spinks and Holes and when Hearns lost to Leonard
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I don't know if Leonard was a much better fighter than Hearns, just a little bit better than Hearns. Hearns had the better jab and power, but Leonard was the smarter fighter with a better chin and stamina. They both had tremendous hearts and both legends of the sport, with Leonard having the slight edge. Dynamite, who are your 10 favorite fighters of all time? Mine are as follows:

Ali
Hearns
Arguello
Toney
Chandler
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The only time I ever lost sleep after a fighter lost was when Ali lost to Spinks and Holes and when Hearns lost to Leonard


Agree, i guess you might say that Leonard was the more robust of the two, btw, did you think Hearns had stamina problem? i saw the fight with Harold Weston and he seemed to tire in that fight, at the time he blamed it on the heat in the arena, also i think the commentators did actually mention how hot it was in the arena (on the telecast), the reason i ask is because he seemed to tire against Ray Leonard, however he did not look tired at all against Shields, admittedly not a fast pace fight but still whats your take on that?

My fav fighters are in my sig for the most part, although i also like Bowe, he is easily my fav HW after Evander, Bowe reminds me of Terry Norris in a way, aggressive as hell, value for money, they both seemed to enjoy beating people up. PS, i also have a lot of respect for Hopkins.


Leonard/Hearns? what a tremendous fight that was though eh? your older than me so i should imagine it has a special place in your heart, i know your a Hearns fan but im sure you can still appreciate what a great fight that was, what was so astonishing about it, and what makes it such a great fight to me, was how many times the balance of power shifted in the fight, it went one way then the other, one guys takes control, then the other guy takes control, thats what makes it such a great fight imo, two guys who kept adjusted to what each other was doing, just great to watch.


I had to reset my computer so lost my card to the Rocky Martinez fight, one of the rounds of the year in that fight though imo.

Vasquez jr vs Bedak

Round 1 Bedak

Bedak landed his jab a few times, landed his right to the
body, he also closed out the rounds a little catching Vasquez
with a cuffing left hook combo

Round 2 Vasquez jr
Vasquez jr landed with the jab and countered with his
right hand over Bedak's left jab

Round 3 Bedak (either way/kind)
Tough round to score, gonna go for Bedak as he landed
the harder/cleaner shots, albeit he was a bit inactive

Round 4 Vasquez jr

Vasquez jr more active, Vasquez jr used the jab throughout
and that set up his right hands, Bedak a little too inactive

Round 5 Vasquez jr

Good round but a big round for Vasquez jr, Vasquez jr landed
a big right hand that seemed to hurt Bedak, he then poured
it one and went toe to toe with Bedak trying to take him out
Bedak did well to weather the storm and take the shots

Round 6Vasquez jr

Vasquez jr outboxing Bedak by using the jab and
maintaining distance, Bedak standing round looking
for one single counter that is not coming because
Vasquez jr is keeping it at long range and not stepping
into mid range where Bedak can counter him

Round 7 Vasquez jr

Bedak has seemed to tire a lot in the last 2 rounds or so,
Vasquez jr landing his right hand again early in the round

Round 8 Vasquez jr
Vasquez jr landed his hard right hands on Bedak this round
he looked as though he was about to stop Bedak but
Bedak hung in there, Bedak looks very tired

Round 9 Vasquez jr
Not much in the round early but both tried to take it down
the stretch, whilst Bedak landed solidly on Vasquez jr, Vasquez jr
also landing solid shots on him to and closed a little better imo

Round 10 Bedak was throwing a shot at the same time as
Vasquez jr and walked into a big right hand that hurt him,
Vasquez jr stepped in and landed another big right hand
that dropped him, Bedak looked hurt so his corner waved
it off, although he seemed to want to continue, he would of
been stopped anyway, had he been allowed to go on


Vasquez jr maintained distance throughout the fight over the shorter Bedak
who stood around looking to pick up single counters, however he could only get
off sporadically as Vasquez jr did not give up his height very often, he refuse to
lay in mid range where Bedak could get off, he maintained distance and made full use of his
reach advantage, the upside to that for Vasquez was he was able to dictate & shut
down the offense of Bedak, whom became very inactive due to this, he also
tired as he when he did get the chance to throw a counter he would load up
and put everything into it, by the mid rounds he looked very tired.

Good stoppage, good/solid performance by Vasquez jr
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