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Old 04-15-2005, 01:56 AM
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Post Who's Hot, Who's Not; April Edition Vol. 1

We are back with the first April edition of Who's Hot, Who's Not. April is a huge month for boxing, the very anticipated ESPN pay per view, the battle between John Ruiz and James Toney and the return of Wladimir Klitschko. After dealing with a boxing drought in March, the month of April will provide more then enough boxing action. Let's get into this month's candidates.

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Shane Mosley - Realizing that he was not cut out for the junior middleweight division. He could of been stubborn like many other fighters and stayed in a division where he was too small, but had enough smarts to move back down to a division where he is very effective. While not the biggest puncher at 154, Mosley should pack more then enough pop at 147. Mosley might be one of the more stronger punchers at welterweight. Mosley could of made his return against a journeyman or an undefeated no-name with a padded record, but decided to go up against the very tough David Estrada. Estrada can punch, he likes to move forward and is on a roll. Estrada has beaten two undefeated rising prospects in his last two fights and wants to cap off a great run by beating a fighter like Shane Mosley. The ace in Estrada's corner is that he is partially trained by the one of greatest trainers in boxing history, Angelo Dundee. Mosley will have to be at his best to beat Estrada because Estrada is a hungry fighter coming to make a statement. Mosley has not had a victory since September of 2003 against Oscar De La Hoya, many thought Oscar should of easily got that decision. If you want to make a case that the De La Hoya fight should of been a loss for Mosley, then his last victory would of been against Adrian Stone in July of 2001!
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Old 04-15-2005, 11:40 AM
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Shane definitely needs this win. Although he doesn't seem to have lost a lot of boxing skills with his age. There are a lot of fights coming up that I can't wait to see.
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