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  • #21
    Originally posted by Tatabanya View Post
    To be fair, not only Casimero "buzzed" Rigo in the first round. He blatantly hit him several times while he was on the canvas. A more severe referee could have disqualified him then and there.
    Aww hell naw,Rigo was clearly knocked down & the bs ref called it a slip

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    Last edited by kushking; 08-16-2021, 11:39 AM.

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    • #22
      The tragedy of that fight was it was clear who the superior talent was. Rigo made casimero look like a civilian. He just had no real interest in throwing punches. You can win a fight by avoiding the fights had he landed some shots while avoiding shots i could see it. But there never needs to be any thought in any fighters head that they can win like that. That type of fight HURTS THE SPORT
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      • #23
        I'm puerto rican but i somehow felt second hand embarrassment. I didn't think it was possible to feel embarassed for cubans. I am now.
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        • #24
          Fight sucked. I have no interest to see that kind of sh.it ever again.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by kushking View Post

            Aww hell naw,Rigo was clearly knocked down & the bs ref called it a slip

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            Yes, it was a legitimate knockdown, but Casimero should have been at the very least penalized one point or two.

            Roy Jones was disqualified against Montell Griffin for similar stuff.
            Last edited by Tatabanya; 08-16-2021, 12:19 PM.

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            • #26
              Originally posted by Oldskoolg View Post
              The tragedy of that fight was it was clear who the superior talent was. Rigo made casimero look like a civilian. He just had no real interest in throwing punches. You can win a fight by avoiding the fights had he landed some shots while avoiding shots i could see it. But there never needs to be any thought in any fighters head that they can win like that. That type of fight HURTS THE SPORT
              We didn't need Rigondeaux to show Casimero's level. The guy has been given an inordinate amount of credit for the Zolani Tete win, but Tete himself was overrated to begin with.

              Casimero will be exposed once and for all if he fights Donaire or, worse yet, Inoue.
              Last edited by Tatabanya; 08-16-2021, 12:08 PM.

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              • #27
                Listen, Rigo made your fighter like a fool.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by LAchargers373 View Post
                  Casimero”s promoter is a bum 35 years in boxing my ass he’s a manny pacquaio leech he ain’t been around boxing no 35 years lmao. Rigondeaux made casimero look bad he could’ve won easily had he thrown more I think that had more to do with being 49 the older u get the harder it is to pull the trigger. That said the fight was horrible but he still won pretty easily ‍♂️
                  LA, do some research before making that statement on Sean Gibbons, Casimero’s bum promoter. Not only was he a professional boxer, but dude put in his work hard in the mid US. He might make some crazy a$$ statements, but he knows a helluva lot more than you obviously

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                  • #29
                    Casimero swung and hit air so much he would make a great air conditioner. Just watching him kept making me think "is this a champion?"
                    True Rigo was very economical with his punching. Made the fight too close. But Casimero didn't look like a boxer to be feared. He was lucky the judges counted his air swings.

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                    • #30
                      Bad Left Hook Investigates: How far did Guillermo Rigondeaux go?


                      No painting achieves greatness solely through the number of brushstrokes applied in its creation. But, part of what made Rembrandt and his fellow Dutch Masters worthy of their title was the depth, layering, and sheer effort of exertion necessary through their chosen media to create the brilliant works of art that defined them.

                      Last night, the boxing world witnessed a 40-year-old artist create a masterpiece in real time. His name is Guillermo Rigondeaux. His paintbrushes were his feet. And his canvas was… Well, the canvas material comprising the floor of the boxing ring, I suppose...

                      On the night of August 14th, Vergil Ortiz Jr. scored 5 knockdowns. Joshua Franco and Andrew Moloney threw over 1500 combined punches. And, perhaps those two fights provided some cheap, animalistic thrills for the Neanderthals and Philistines of the sports world.

                      But, the wisest and truest fans know who gave us the greatest demonstration of top-level boxing last night. It was Guillermo Rigondeaux. He created a masterpiece, and he took all of us along on a journey with him.

                      https://www.badlefthook.com/2021/8/1...xing-news-2021


                      Last edited by Bronx2245; 08-16-2021, 01:36 PM.

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