Close fight if not for the four knee-injury-induced knockdowns suffered by Sam Soliman, who saw himself on the losing end of a twelve round unanimous decision. The underdog, former undisputed middleweight champion Jermain Taylor, who landed 34% of his jabs, will be the underdog once again in his mandatory defense of the IBF middleweight crown against the hard-hitting French slugger Hassam N'Dam.
CompuBox: Taylor's Jab, Soliman's Knee With Key Roles
[QUOTE=Dirk Diggler UK;15011137]Somewhere Miguel Cotto is cursing himself for not getting the fight with a one legged Soliman[/QUOTE] Definitely a lost opportunity to become the first unified cripple bashing champion.Comment by Dirk Diggler UK on 10-09-2014
Somewhere Miguel Cotto is cursing himself for not getting the fight with a one legged SolimanComment by bojangles1987 on 10-09-2014
[QUOTE=B0XEO;15011061]Great win for Taylor. Hopefully he doesn't get sent to jail next.[/QUOTE] That honestly might be the best case scenario, depressing as that sounds. Taylor serves jail time, gets stripped, and doesn't have to get his brains scrambled against someone…Comment by MDPopescu on 10-09-2014
[QUOTE=B0XEO;15011061]Great win for Taylor. [B]Hopefully he doesn't get sent to jail next[/B].[/QUOTE] No he doesn't -- they will wait until he will shoot someone dead... as dead as a dead duck.Comment by BOXEO _ on 10-09-2014
Great win for Taylor. Hopefully he doesn't get sent to jail next.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (6)