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  • Comments Thread For: Elvis Rodriguez-Kenneth Sims Jr. As Part Of Ramirez-Taylor ESPN Tripleheader

    After going the distance for the first time in his career, Elvis Rodriguez has agreed to face another opponent who hasn't been knocked out. BoxingScene.com has confirmed that Rodriguez, a hard-hitting junior welterweight prospect from the Dominican Republic, and Kenneth Sims Jr. have been scheduled to meet May 22 on the Jose Ramirez-Josh Taylor undercard at a venue to be determined in Las Vegas. ESPN will televise their eight-rounder as part of a tripleheader.
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  • #2
    Ken Sims is a solid mfer. He was a real good amateur back in the day. Pro career hasn't gone great, but his 2 L's are to capable & respectable guys + were close. This should be a good fight.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Eff Pandas View Post
      Ken Sims is a solid mfer. He was a real good amateur back in the day. Pro career hasn't gone great, but his 2 L's are to capable & respectable guys + were close. This should be a good fight.
      I'm say Elvis with a lopsided win. I dont see a stoppage but I can see him landing hard damaging shots that put Sims in defense mode. All around interesting fight though.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Get em up View Post

        I'm say Elvis with a lopsided win. I dont see a stoppage but I can see him landing hard damaging shots that put Sims in defense mode. All around interesting fight though.
        Yea I'd favor Elvis too. Sims is a good opponent doe who should hold his own & perhaps could surprise Elvis.

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        • #5
          Sounds like a pretty solid card they put together really.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Eff Pandas View Post
            Ken Sims is a solid mfer. He was a real good amateur back in the day. Pro career hasn't gone great, but his 2 L's are to capable & respectable guys + were close. This should be a good fight.
            Chicago boxers seem to be like that. Hard nosed, blue blood motherfu#kers who take hard luck loses, but will put on good shows.
            Eff Pandas likes this.

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