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  • DClefthook
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    Originally posted by BoxingIsGreat View Post

    I respect your opinions, bro, but we can't like everyone. Those chicks can fight and are highly skilled. They have also done way more than those two guys. I don't care about their gender. I see them solely as boxers. I didn't say those guys are bad, but I'm just not seeing what the hype is about.
    Ok I gots you bro....much respect. To me I feel as though its 1989 and I'm in high school and my boy told me to look out for this new kid from the olympics named RJJ and I didn't really pay attention to him his first few years because I was to caught up in Tyson, Sugar Ray and Sweet pea. I believe this kid is the second coming of RJJ and I'm not gonna miss a fight. Virgil is really good to but not on Boot's level. As far as the girls, I wish them much success but if I watch a sport I can only watch it on its highest level. That's why I cant watch the WNBA. Wait I partially take that back because there is one female-ish chic I can watch and that's Amanda Nunes. Now that chic can bang!

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  • KTFOKING
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    Originally posted by factsarenice View Post

    Dulorme was a hot prospect on a 6 fight win streak and the far bigger man with power before Crawford stopped him. In fact, Dulorme was coming down from 147 to meet the 135lb champ Terrance Crawford at 140lbs. Dulorme was never the same after that and every single fight he lost, he lost overwhelmingly by unanimous decision....as in not close at all.

    That said, Ennis is going to bludgeon Dulorme in 4 maybe 5, a predestined shutout.
    No he was not coming down from 147, what are you talking about? He had two catchweight fights and then two fights at 140 before he faced Crawford. You say six fight win streak, but against who? Karim Mayfield? Hank Lundy? The other four journeymen he faced? Which of those six fighters were on the level of Ugas or Vargas? He did not lose "overwhelmingly" to Ugas so I know you either did not watch the fight and just looked at the end result or just forgot how that fight went. He probably lost 8-4 to James and 7-5 to Stanionis. Not one fight where he has been completely washed.

    I expect Ennis to do work and beat him more convincingly than the others, but you are clearly slighting what Dulorme has been able to do post-Crawford.

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  • factsarenice
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    Originally posted by KTFOKING View Post

    Like who exactly? What level was he before Crawford? Which top fighters was he beating before the Crawford fight? Dulorme NEVER has beaten anyone as good as Ugas or even Vargas, and he was even with both of them. That Stanionis fight was close but Ennis very well just be on a totally different level and washes Dulorme. IF he does so, then he will have been the first fighter to have ever done that.
    Dulorme was a hot prospect on a 6 fight win streak and the far bigger man with power before Crawford stopped him. In fact, Dulorme was coming down from 147 to meet the 135lb champ Terrance Crawford at 140lbs. Dulorme was never the same after that and every single fight he lost, he lost overwhelmingly by unanimous decision....as in not close at all.

    That said, Ennis is going to bludgeon Dulorme in 4 maybe 5, a predestined shutout.

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  • BoxingIsGreat
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    Originally posted by DClefthook View Post

    If you say you're not thoroughly impressed by the two best prospects in boxing which are Boots and Virgil, then I question your boxing acumen sir. They are both like 24 yrs old and are well ahead of where they need to be. It's a reason why they haven't faced much better competition because the established guys don't want to fight them. And please forgive me for saying this but if you have 3 chics on your top 10 fav fighters list then I just dont know where to begin with that. I'm sorry but I'm one of those neanderthals that hasn't gotten on board with the whole 'gender equality' in sports yet, but I'm evolving. YEA ME!!
    I respect your opinions, bro, but we can't like everyone. Those chicks can fight and are highly skilled. They have also done way more than those two guys. I don't care about their gender. I see them solely as boxers. I didn't say those guys are bad, but I'm just not seeing what the hype is about.

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  • DClefthook
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    Originally posted by BoxingIsGreat View Post
    Two boxers I really don't see what some people are seeing or exaggerating are: This Ennis guy and Ortiz. Zero impressed. Maybe someday, down the line when they are close to 30, I'll go back and realize that IDKSAB. Right now, I'm FAR from sold. Flash and brute power don't impress me.

    Dulorme isn't a gauge for crap.
    If you say you're not thoroughly impressed by the two best prospects in boxing which are Boots and Virgil, then I question your boxing acumen sir. They are both like 24 yrs old and are well ahead of where they need to be. It's a reason why they haven't faced much better competition because the established guys don't want to fight them. And please forgive me for saying this but if you have 3 chics on your top 10 fav fighters list then I just dont know where to begin with that. I'm sorry but I'm one of those neanderthals that hasn't gotten on board with the whole 'gender equality' in sports yet, but I'm evolving. YEA ME!!

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  • Bronx2245
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    Originally posted by Boxfan83 View Post

    Tank is a beast. So is Ennis but I think Ive seen more skill from Ennis. I personnally like Tank more though.

    Youre right, Dulorme isnt a gauge the boxing public can use but Im sure its all thats available. I doubt people are lining up to fight Ennis.
    You have! Ennis is much more skilled than Tank! Only fighter at 147 with similar skill set is Crawford, and that's questionable! Ennis way stronger to the body than Crawford!

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  • BoxingIsGreat
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    Originally posted by Boxfan83 View Post

    Tank is a beast. So is Ennis but I think Ive seen more skill from Ennis. I personnally like Tank more though.

    Youre right, Dulorme isnt a gauge the boxing public can use but Im sure its all thats available. I doubt people are lining up to fight Ennis.
    Well, I'm not comparing him to Gervonta, and I don't necessarily dislike Ennis. It's just that what I've seen so far don't add up for me, compared to what some on here say. I can't push against my instinct. We'll see in a few years.
    Last edited by BoxingIsGreat; 10-28-2021, 11:59 AM.

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  • MeanestNiceGuy
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    Originally posted by factsarenice View Post
    After Crawford Dulorme was never the same, he takes too much punishment, too many losses.
    I remember when he got fleeced by Carlos Abregu years ago....hard to watch but he's never been the same since. The Crawford fight only gave him false confidence until BOOM....he got dropped and stopped. Dulorme's still a force but that gas tank still isn't where it needs to be.

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  • fumiphobic
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    Is this another one of those usual PBC showcase fights with 200 to 1 odds, or this Ennis fella is just overrated at this point.

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  • Boxfan83
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    Originally posted by BoxingIsGreat View Post
    Two boxers I really don't see what some people are seeing or exaggerating are: This Ennis guy and Ortiz. Zero impressed. Maybe someday, down the line when they are close to 30, I'll go back and realize that IDKSAB. Right now, I'm FAR from sold. Flash and brute power don't impress me.

    Dulorme isn't a gauge for crap.
    Tank is a beast. So is Ennis but I think Ive seen more skill from Ennis. I personnally like Tank more though.

    Youre right, Dulorme isnt a gauge the boxing public can use but Im sure its all thats available. I doubt people are lining up to fight Ennis.

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