|03-06-2014, 02:59 PM||#31|
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Be interesting to see. I think movement gives Salido fits, Loma just had nothing to keep him off of him.
No jab, nothing. What even was the point of all that movement to just let him walk right back in and tee off?
Interesting fight though for the fact I would like to see Rigo against a good honest pressure fighter. Pity the fight with Poonsawat fell through. Still think that was a tougher fight stylistically than Donaire.
|03-06-2014, 03:49 PM||#32|
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The Poon fight not happening was a letdown. I hope he's doing well. The fight was cancelled over some disease he's suffering from.
|03-06-2014, 03:51 PM||#33|
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Punching someone on the nuts infront of the referee and having the referee ignore it?
Rigo would run circles around that clown Salido sticking him with the jab here and there and just completely outclass him It'd be more one sided than the Donaire fight.
|03-06-2014, 03:59 PM||#34|
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Salidos awkwardness (head down bull lunge) seems to give boxers trouble. I think Rigo wins in a close bout.
I can't say enough how much I cannot stand Salidos style of fighting. From the way he uses his head, to the way he throws his punches, it's not for me...
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