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  • #2
    I actually wince thinking of how much of a beating Wach will take in this one.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post
      I actually wince thinking of how much of a beating Wach will take in this one.
      Hopefully is compensated well.

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      • #4
        Then after this fight if both Mak & Kean win make them fight in the biggest HW fight in Quebec in awhile…

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        • #5
          Originally posted by joe strong View Post
          Then after this fight if both Mak & Kean win make them fight in the biggest HW fight in Quebec in awhile…
          Keans packing glass isn’t he ? Mladan Miljas that huge guy would be way more entertaining if he’s still active .
          Last edited by REDEEMER; 01-21-2022, 09:36 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by REDEEMER View Post

            Keans packing glass isn’t he ? Mladan Miljas that huge guy would be way more entertaining if he’s still active .
            I haven’t seen Miljas in a few years but he wasn’t going far as he barely beat Dillan Carman & Kean had to avenge a loss to Carman. That Romanov dude obliterated Carman in a minute or so. Neither Kean or Miljas is getting much further than that Teslenko guy who lost to Kean’s next opponent Shawdell Winters… Just feed Kean to Makhmudov…i think Miljas is the last Canadian HW champion we have had. Carman before him…
            Last edited by joe strong; 01-22-2022, 12:02 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post
              I actually wince thinking of how much of a beating Wach will take in this one.
              It is a step up even if Wach is 40 or so… Wach always comes to fight & he has been in camp sparring Jarrell Miller so he should be in decent fighting shape & should give him some rounds but at Wach’s age his skillset could deminish overnight…
              Last edited by joe strong; 01-21-2022, 11:11 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by joe strong View Post
                It is a step up even if Wach is 40 or so… Wach always comes to fight & he has been in camp sparring Jarrell Miller so he should be in decent fighting shape & should give him some rounds.
                I like the Polish Viking. Wach is an incredibly tough guy and despite being limited he tries. That durability and limitation is what makes me wince. I know he's not going to fold at the first shot which means he's probably going to take a savage beating.

                Guys like Wach are an asset in the sport for the reasons I mentioned above. It's good for a fighter, no matter how good, to understand he's not going to put everyone to sleep with a few shots.

                It's interesting that he and Miller are sparring, I remember when they fought. Wach tried but I want to say he suffered an arm or shoulder injury...
                joe strong and Zaroku like this.

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                • #9
                  Ever never count Polish people out

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post

                    I like the Polish Viking. Wach is an incredibly tough guy and despite being limited he tries. That durability and limitation is what makes me wince. I know he's not going to fold at the first shot which means he's probably going to take a savage beating.

                    Guys like Wach are an asset in the sport for the reasons I mentioned above. It's good for a fighter, no matter how good, to understand he's not going to put everyone to sleep with a few shots.

                    It's interesting that he and Miller are sparring, I remember when they fought. Wach tried but I want to say he suffered an arm or shoulder injury...
                    Well said. Polish people my people

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