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  • MagikLair
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    Damn had under 8.5. There goes $250 well play money
    Last edited by MagikLair; 08-06-2022, 11:15 PM.

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  • 1Eriugenus
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    mcKinson is not a guy that will feature on many highlight reels. He looks like a slightly less graceful version of Herol Graham. He can fight & he knows what he's doing in there. I see Ortiz winning a controversial decision, possibly after having to take a KD.

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  • GlassJoey
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    If McKinson does well it won’t be a great fight to watch. I have a feeling he can tie up Vergil for a while at least. Also has a weird pushing punch technique that might catch Ortiz out but he has to move fast for 12 rounds without tiring at all to survive

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  • 57Blues
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    Well McK sure does talk a good show, I hope he shows himself to be a good challenge to Ortiz on Saturday Night. It looks like it could be a chance for him to frustrate Ortiz and make him have to work to catch and make solid contact with McK. Still I see Ortiz taking care of bussiness and looking good. Confidence is nice but......skill and power will take the day.

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  • D3v1Ld0g
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    I'm expecting a well rested, hungry, and very vicious victor Ortiz Jr. To make a statement!

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  • Tatabanya
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    My money is on Ortiz within three.

    Hopefully, McKinson learns "the hard way" that I hate losing bets.

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  • LAchargers373
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    Vergil should get some rounds in mckinson is decent although not spectacular

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  • Comments Thread For: Michael McKinson: I've Earned My Opportunity And I've Done It The Hard Way

    By Jake Donovan - This is the reason that Michael McKinson chose to tear away the safety net more than four years ago. The unbeaten southpaw from Portsmouth, England wasn't always sure that his career would lead here, particularly through his first two years as a pro when even earning a paycheck was considered a luxury. It never prevented him from pushing forward, though knowing he'd have to kick down the door in lieu of waiting on an invitation.
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