|09-10-2011, 11:48 AM||#1|
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Anyone give Prescott a chance tonight?
I know he has a punch, he also has developed his boxing, he is less sluggish. But I feel McCloskey will just dance around him like Mitchell did.
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|09-10-2011, 01:43 PM||#4|
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i've only seen mccloskey in the khan fight. so based on that, i could see prescott outworking him
|09-10-2011, 01:44 PM||#5|
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Hmm. I doubt it McCloskey will be even more cautious than normal and Prescott is quite easy to figure out.
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Prescott has to just throw and win rounds on workrate. But I think he's just gonna be swinging for the fences,looking for a big punch, which is the wrong fight against McCloskey. I'm rooting for Prescott in this one, I want him to win and put some more pressure on a Khan fight. But knowing Khan, he'll probably duck Prescott, he wants nothing to do with him, it's obvious. Khan has no answer for those wide, monstrous right hands, as we saw in the Maidana fight also but Maidana is so sloppy that Khan actually got away with it.
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