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  • iNixus
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    Originally posted by KrusherStan View Post
    When was Bute elite anyway? Meng has decent power but no punching volume whatsoever to hurt or bother Beterbiev. In fact, he's a bit slow handed. And he throws the jab to settle his left hand like a pillow fisted Stevenson.
    i still think beterbiev knock him out but it might not be as easy as ppl think

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  • CaptainWalrus
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    Run Fanlong! Run! If Beterbiev knocked on your front door lightly it would leave indents.

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  • KrusherStan
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    Originally posted by iNixus View Post
    dont look down on Meng, according to Beterbiev trainer marc Ramsay and Yvon Michel, he is he best opponent beterbiev faced so far (excluding gvozdyk of course), Said he is a version of Lucian Bute in his prime.
    When was Bute elite anyway? Meng has decent power but no punching volume whatsoever to hurt or bother Beterbiev. In fact, he's a bit slow handed. And he throws the jab to settle his left hand like a pillow fisted Stevenson.

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  • iNixus
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    dont look down on Meng, according to Beterbiev trainer marc Ramsay and Yvon Michel, he is he best opponent beterbiev faced so far (excluding gvozdyk of course), Said he is a version of Lucian Bute in his prime.

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  • Bobby Tony
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    It ain't gonna take this meng fan long to hit the canvas. Sorry hadda

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  • tokon
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    Beterbiev inside the distance by brutalisation.

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  • Comments Thread For: Beterbiev vs. Fanlong Finalized For Videotron Centre, March 28

    WBC/IBF light heavyweight world champion Artur Beterbiev, boxing's reigning knockout king, will look to make it a Sweet 16 north of the border. Beterbiev (15-0, 15 KOs), the sport's only current world champion with a 100 percent KO rate, will defend his titles against IBF No. 1 contender Meng Fanlong Saturday, March 28 from Videotron Centre in Quebec City, Canada.
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