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  • BigZ44
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    Another fight that I would be interested in. Butler has options if he wants to take a fight before a potential unification. This is exactly what I said would happen when Butler won the title though, the vultures are all circling around his belt lol

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  • Shoot95206
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    Butler is not going to have that belt for too long. WBO is talking about making Casimero his mandatory. Which means night night for Paul. Paul wants the winner of Inoue/Donaire for a big pay day. He's already begging the WBO to not make Casimero his Mandatory and allow him to fight who ever he chooses. Sounds like a real champ eh

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  • RJJ-94-02=GOAT
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    Originally posted by Rodtang View Post

    Yeah I agree. But he'll most probably get a shot for Butler's first defence. In Liverpool I'd imagine.
    Paul’s just gonna hold out for the highest bidder, he wants the Inoue-Donaire winner but if Probellum put enough money up he’d have no problem fighting McGregor or Sunny Edwards. I think he beats them both too.
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  • Rodtang
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    Originally posted by RJJ-94-02=GOAT View Post

    Doesn’t deserve a shot IMO. Should already have 2 losses on his record. Thought he was lucky to get a draw vs Ruiz last time out.
    Yeah I agree. But he'll most probably get a shot for Butler's first defence. In Liverpool I'd imagine.

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  • Mick Higgs
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    Why would Butler risk him when he can make a packet fight Inoue?

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  • RJJ-94-02=GOAT
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    Originally posted by Mick Higgs View Post
    I know he's ambitious, but I'd actually like to see him move up a division & fight the Marc Leach/Liam Davis winner next. There's some great oppertunity's @ 122Lb. Cunningham, Foster & Masoud could all provide entertaining contests. If he stay's a bantam how about matching him with Charlie Edwards?......
    I’d like to see him face Cunningham for the EBU at 122 next.

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  • RJJ-94-02=GOAT
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    Originally posted by Rodtang View Post
    He says he's a force to be reckoned with. I'd like to believe it, but I think his last two performances, and defeat to Kash Farooq tells a different story unfortunately. Hopefully I'll be proven wrong though. The Butler fight is winnable imo.
    Doesn’t deserve a shot IMO. Should already have 2 losses on his record. Thought he was lucky to get a draw vs Ruiz last time out.

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  • lagako10
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    A sauna chump and a bummer

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  • Mick Higgs
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    I know he's ambitious, but I'd actually like to see him move up a division & fight the Marc Leach/Liam Davis winner next. There's some great oppertunity's @ 122Lb. Cunningham, Foster & Masoud could all provide entertaining contests. If he stay's a bantam how about matching him with Charlie Edwards?......

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  • Rodtang
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    He says he's a force to be reckoned with. I'd like to believe it, but I think his last two performances, and defeat to Kash Farooq tells a different story unfortunately. Hopefully I'll be proven wrong though. The Butler fight is winnable imo.

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