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  • Comments Thread For: Subriel Matias: My Goal Was a Stoppage, I Had To Prove I Was The Better Man

    Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J. - In a junior welterweight rematch, Subriel Matias (18-1, 18 KOs) got revenge by dropping and stopping Petros Ananyan (16-3-2, 7 KOs) in nine rounds.
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  • #2
    Welp, you made that point pretty well lol

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    • #3
      His trainers need to work on his stance quick. Throughout the entire fight he was squared up. You can easily get knocked down like that and you can't throw power shots as well. He needs to be taught the left foot forward. It's going to end badly for this guy. I like his tenacity tho.

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      • #4
        Matias will beat. Every 140lber right now

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TreyShaw View Post
          Matias will beat. Every 140lber right now
          I would need to see him fight Prograis before I could say that!

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          • #6
            One of the best fights I've seen in a while. Kudos.
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            • #7
              That was an very entertaining fight.
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              • #8
                'Matias will beat. Every 140lber right now'
                Sorry, but if you think he beats Taylor, Prograis, or even Ramirez ydksab. There are levels & he isn't at that level yet, & looking at his feet I'm not convinced he ever will be.

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                • #9
                  Subriel just grinds his opponents down and out wills them. He's not the most technical and not a devastating puncher but he's like the 135 lb version of Rios at 140. He has a good chin and throws a lot of punches with pressure, I respect him a lot more after his willingness to fight the guy who beat him without hesitation before advancing in his career. Most boxers won't do that for fear of losing their ranking but he believed in himself and sometimes that's the extra gear that overcomes power and skill.

                  With that being said he can't take everyone's punches, he showed some good movement at times but he does need to work on his defense a bit. I think it's a reach to say he beats the top fighters at 140 at the moment but I would like to see him against someone like Brandun Lee, Akhmedov or Ponce.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 1Eriugenus View Post
                    'Matias will beat. Every 140lber right now'
                    Sorry, but if you think he beats Taylor, Prograis, or even Ramirez ydksab. There are levels & he isn't at that level yet, & looking at his feet I'm not convinced he ever will be.
                    I Know way more about boxing that you chump.

                    Taylor is overrated AF and we all know why because he's the "right" shade according to some. He's now getting that Loma treatment but He barely beat Ramirez and arguably lost to Prograi.

                    Matias wrecks his ****tt no doubt about it but we'll see Taylor run to 147 in no time watch. It would be nice if Taylor had the same confidence as you but we all know he doesn't.
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