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  • Robi13
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    Originally posted by NorvernRob View Post

    What makes you idiots think that Taylor would have coasted had he not got the KD’s? He’d have probably just put Ramirez on his ass later instead. He was the better fighter, it’s that simple.
    If they rematch I’ll bet you whatever you want... idiot

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  • famicommander
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    I had it 115-111 but I didn't see 114-112 as unreasonable either.

    The ref definitely gave Ramirez too much time after the knockdowns, but I thought the scoring was fine.

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  • GucciGod
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    こんにちは

    If you knew the context of the interview you’d know that afterwards he wasn’t too bothered. Even in his own words he made clear it’s in the past and I know I won the fight by a mile” So nobody cried a robbery, hahaha bro you are way to lazy! You just read an article with no real context and take it far too literally. Stop believing everything you are told, and do some research.

    now if you cannot afford WiFi to really follow boxing, I’ve GOTCHU, tell me what ya need and I’ll send it. Hopefully you can then study this sport you freely comment on with no real knowledge!

    I wouldn’t expect you to know this, as you are pretty clueless when it comes to boxing. So thought I’d help you out one last time.

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  • ambrose1am
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    I’m a fan of both fighters, but I disagree with Taylor. The Cheatham card was spot on. Taylor up 3-2 after 5, though i would be fine with 3-2 Ramirez. They were exchanging rounds. Anyone who had it 4-1 either way wasn’t seeing the body punches or the jabs from both guys. Taylor won rounds 6-8 with the 2 KDs. 78-72 Taylor through 8. And I do believe that Bayless confused Ramirez by grabbing the arm, leading to the knockdown in the 7th, AND gave too much time for Ramirez to recover from both KDs. Maybe the worst night of officiating I’ve seen from Bayless—surprising at how inept he was. I also felt Taylor could have stopped Ramirez in the 7th if Bayless hadn’t delayed the action. Finally, Taylor got all conservative and lost 9-12 on my card. He just didn’t do enough in those late rounds. He wasn’t throwing enough punches. I thought he might be conserving energy for the championship rounds, but by then Ramirez had momentum and Taylor went into the cover-and-hold mode. I do think Taylor won the fight, but he made it unnecessarily close.

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  • kafkod
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    Originally posted by Skillz12 View Post

    Woooooww

    you have issues if you think Taylor won ever rd but the 11th wtf are you one weirdo.

    boxing is not for you.
    "
    I didn't say he won every round but the 11th. Read my comment ... "From the 6th onwards, Taylor clearly won every round except the 11th."

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  • Richie_R
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    Originally posted by John Locke View Post
    Typical deluded yanks giving Ramirez rounds because Taylor was 'coasting' aka moving and landing the cleaner shots and not getting hit with anything clean. This is apparently how Ramirez was winning rounds.

    Ramirez won 1 clear round the whole fight at that was the 3rd round, you could give him 1 or 2 other close rounds, because that's all there was. Taylor is a household name now, he should fight over here for a while and take his big fights here, to avoid the kind of corruption we saw on Saturday from the judges and the referee.
    Lol Taylor is an utter dick and a bum. He has never truly dominated any of the top fighters he’s faced, and keep in mind these are b/c level fighters. Ramirez won 6-8 rds and had the eurobum holding for dear life in the later part of the fight. That is not a characteristic of someone who was superior to his opponent, never mind dominant. Taylor gets wrecked by the first A level fighter he faces. Crawfish outlet outclasses him and Vergil Ortiz folds him like a lawn chair

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  • ruedboy
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    Wrong strategy for Taylor not to go all out in the 12th. Ramirez had nothing left and he could have got the KO.
    Besides, it's Vegas, NEVER LEAVE THE FIGHT IN THE HANDS OF THE JUDGES.

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  • NorvernRob
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    Originally posted by Robi13 View Post
    Ramirez would of won if it weren’t for those two 10-8 rounds
    What makes you idiots think that Taylor would have coasted had he not got the KD’s? He’d have probably just put Ramirez on his ass later instead. He was the better fighter, it’s that simple.

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  • John Locke
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    Typical deluded yanks giving Ramirez rounds because Taylor was 'coasting' aka moving and landing the cleaner shots and not getting hit with anything clean. This is apparently how Ramirez was winning rounds.

    Ramirez won 1 clear round the whole fight at that was the 3rd round, you could give him 1 or 2 other close rounds, because that's all there was. Taylor is a household name now, he should fight over here for a while and take his big fights here, to avoid the kind of corruption we saw on Saturday from the judges and the referee.

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  • dukesville
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    Whats Taylor crying about, when he fought close fights against Postol and Prograis at home the scores were ridiculously wide in his favor. They both needed to knock him out to win.

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