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  • body_sz
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    Hrgovic should win this in the late rounds with TKO. He has better reach / longer arms and has confidence because of the former sparring sessions

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  • joe strong
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    I gave him a mulligan for the Joyce fight. He quit but that eye socket was broken. You only have 2 eyes but he took 3 knees against Lerena (who is a small HW). He then got stopped by a jab against Usyk. Beating a fat Miller is not that big of a deal. Hrgovic is still untested at the top level outside the Zhang fight. I thought he lost that fight. I’m still not convinced Hrgovic is a top contender until he beats a few more top 20 HWs. I favour Hrgovic over Dubois but i’m about 60/40 for Hrgovic. Good matchup…

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  • James Hunt
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    Having his hands full with a non-juiced walking punch bag Miller is not a good confidence booster.

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  • landotter
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    I respect any boxer who picks himself up after losses. DuBois has done that. Good on him. But Hrgovic has everything to lose here, and has his whole future on the line. He NEEDS this fight. I can see this going 12. But I think the fundamentally sound and focused Hrgovic hurts and controls a flawed fighter like DuBois. Hrgovic is certainly beatable, and DuBois will be his second best opponent so this is not the most certain of a pick I have ever made, but I just see way more ways for Hrgovic to win.

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  • Spray_resistant
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    Originally posted by pollywog View Post

    Miller made Dubois uncomfortable. It wasnt an easy win but it should have been.
    Dubois was very uncomfortable with what was happening in there but Miller was simply too fat to keep the pressure on and gassed around the 4th then got picked off.

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  • Froch_uppercut
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    Originally posted by BoxingUpdates View Post
    Daniel Dubois, 20-2 (19 KOs) enjoyed a coming-of-age moment against Jarrell Miller last December. The 26-year-old showed the mentality to bite down on his mouthpiece and fight through adversity before landing a 10th and final-round stoppage against the American.
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    Lots of posters sleeping on Dubois. I have him winning this comfortably- stoppage before midway

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  • Tecnoworld
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    This is not the best incoming hw fight but it's surely the third best. I never liked dubois style or lack thereof. Hrgovic should dispose of him in the late rounds

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  • Corelone
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    Originally posted by Boxing 112 View Post

    He won Miller comfortably.
    Not the pharmaceutical Miller.

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  • pollywog
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    Originally posted by Boxing 112 View Post

    He won Miller comfortably.
    Miller made Dubois uncomfortable. It wasnt an easy win but it should have been.

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  • Boxing 112
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    Originally posted by pollywog View Post
    Dubois has the ring I.Q of a sausage.

    He barely scrapped out a win over a gassed out Miller and didnt even put a dent in him.

    All that energy pushing off Miller early left him playing pitty pat in the championship rounds.

    So many times he could have just stepped back and uppercutted Miller's head clean off.

    I don't fancy his chances against Hrgovic.
    He won Miller comfortably.
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