|08-14-2012, 11:28 AM||#1|
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2012 Olympians and chances of them turning pro?
Anyone heard any news from them? Obviously the Cubans are probably untouchable right now.
- Luke Campbell Gold Medalist from UK will almost certainly turn pro.
- Anthony Joshua despite making claims he is willing to stay amateur until Rio is unlikely to turn down millions of pounds in offers
- Roberto Cammarelle has stated he will probably turn pro now
- Lomachenko is turning pro, hopefully not under AIBA umbrella
Anyone heard of any others? Would be great to see Sapiyev, Usyk, Dychko and the likes turn. I imagine the majority of the British and American teams will now turn pro too.
|08-14-2012, 11:50 AM||#3|
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|08-14-2012, 03:26 PM||#5|
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I'd like to see Joshua go pro, but perhaps in a year or so.
He should join MatchRoom.
|08-28-2012, 07:44 AM||#8|
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Why will Campbell almost ' certainly ' go pro?
He's much more suited to the amateurs and wouldn't make a great professional.
|08-28-2012, 09:08 AM||#10|
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US didnt win a medal (even a bronze) in any category. That is pretty sad. I mean look at how many of the big names were Olympic medalist. Id say the majority of ATGs were olympic medalists with those who didnt go in the minority. Especially for the US, maybe not so for Mexico for example.
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