|10-10-2012, 06:52 AM||#1|
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Degale vs Wilczewski
Forgot how good a fight this was! full on brawl... No matter what you say about Degale's personality (lets face it hes a d1ck), the kids got stones for taking this fight after only twelve pro fights, and fighting it the way he did. Loved Wilczewski as well, took a lot of punishment to land on Degale and gave him his toughest test of his career (i mean literally 'toughest' before anyone brings up the Groves fight).
|10-10-2012, 10:08 AM||#2|
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Remember watching this fight live and been impressed with some of DeGale's inside work and defence for a guy who'd only had a dozen or so fights, usually don't see that sort of style amongst British fighters.
Obviously Wilczewski landed as DeGale still has things to learn, but definately showed his ability in this fight. Wilczewski went on to show how durable he was in his next fight against Abraham, a seasoned former world champion. If DeGale can stay active and improve some aspects of his game, I can see him been in and around the contenders at 168 in the future.
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