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  • Bronx2245
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    Originally posted by Eff Pandas View Post

    At the tip top level I think I'd have to go for the experience & Mell...or Bud & Errol at 147, but thats assuming those fights happen next. Which they won't. By the time Boots gets a name a year or two from now I suspect I'll be thinking differently than I am now as Boots will have gotten valuable experience vs higher level guys & sharpened his skills just a lil more than they are now. I think he's not a big dog to anyone in the game as is today if he did get a big fight next doe so thats a big statement I'd argue.
    I was thinking "how can Boots make Errol have to step to him?" I doubt Errol does it @ 147! Beating Jermell would be one way to get there! Then again, Mell would probably say "Who has he beat" for like another 2 years anyway! Boots needs some help by the IBF!

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by SweetPbfAli View Post

    He's literally obsessed and it's sad.
    Yes, I've noticed that which is pathetic. He won't let go.

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by -TAKEOVER- View Post
    Wake me up when this guy fights someone his own size.
    So you think Jaron Ennis is a hype job huh? I don't. He is a major player at the welterweight division and is a threat to any of the contenders or champions who campaign in that division. What a bitter dude you are to be a boxing fan?

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by -TAKEOVER- View Post
    Typical pbc mis match.
    Continue to drink that haterade. Besides, Jaron Ennis is not even affiliated with the PBC. He is a Showtime boxer.

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  • SweetPbfAli
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    Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
    Are you still peeved over that?
    He's literally obsessed and it's sad.

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  • Eff Pandas
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    Originally posted by Bronx2245 View Post
    He needs exposure, and Mikey would be perfect! Thurman too!
    Sure if we are just thinking good fights to make that move Boots up I'd be talking about them to. But whats the upside to Keef or Mikey fighting Boots is the real question in play when these sorta old guard vs new guard matchups get brought up?

    And its why so few fights happen like this in boxing cuz there is rarely enough upside for the old guard to risk their position for the new guard. And to me thats massively in play with Boots vs Mikey or Keef. I suspect those fights got a combined ~3% chance of happening next cuz their just isn't enough money, upside &/or courting of risk vs upcoming guys to make those two fights make enough sense.

    Not to mention Boots' management situation is up in the air still. I think that could impact how good of an opponent Boots can get who's down with PBC til that management situation has been resolved & he's still working with Showtime/PBC.

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  • SweetPbfAli
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    Originally posted by KTFOKING View Post

    Ohhhhh, that's a good call. I'd even like a Josesito Lopez match up. But Ennis is on the right track for sure. Needs to clean up his defense after he throws his combos and out of breaks as Lipinets kept catching him with some shots.

    Overall this was a enjoyable card. Really digged it.

    Will be catching up on ESPN's card tomorrow.
    The defense after punching is the one thing I see but I'm not quite sure if it's a habit or is it when he knows nothing is coming back. I need to go back and look at his other fights.

    If it's a habit, fighting sometime like Crawford that literally punches with his opponents and in between their punches, that would be playing with fire.

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by ippo View Post
    Lipinets just too small for 147lbs.
    No excuses please; He just lost to the better fighter period!

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by Vlad_ View Post
    Ain’t even close to what Ward did to Kovalev.
    Are you still peeved over that?

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  • Bronx2245
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    Originally posted by RightJabLikeZab View Post

    Ortiz was an -1800 favorite. Ennis would've brutalized Hooker the same, because he's not that good. Just like Ortiz would've beat up Lipinets. Neither wins mean much to me, because I know both guys are levels above.
    "You are not what you do, you are how you do it!" Vergil is good! Boots is special! Reminds me of Oscar and Floyd!

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