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  • Would Usyk school a prime "Big George" Foreman

    Usyk is 6'3" and 215

    Big George was 6'4" around 220

    Not much of a size difference, and Usyk has handled brutal punchers like Bredis and Gassiev who are all over 220lb on fight night

    I don't see how Big George handles a guy as quick and skilled
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    Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
    Usyk is 6'3" and 215

    Big George was 6'4" around 220

    Not much of a size difference, and Usyk has handled brutal punchers like Bredis and Gassiev who are all over 220lb on fight night

    I don't see how Big George handles a guy as quick and skilled
    ''Big'' George was never known for his boxing prowess. His chin was solid. His tank and technique......yeesh. His power was real and I don't know if Syk could take it or avoid it.
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    • #3
      prime Foreman would lose to Usyk worse than he did to the also swift (but nowhere near as good) Jimmy Young
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      • #4
        Of course

        Because around here every eastern euro regardless of how little they’ve accomplished will beat everyone haven’t you heard? That’s the bs you will hear around here.

        Smh

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
          Usyk is 6'3" and 215

          Big George was 6'4" around 220

          Not much of a size difference, and Usyk has handled brutal punchers like Bredis and Gassiev who are all over 220lb on fight night

          I don't see how Big George handles a guy as quick and skilled
          Totally agree.
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          • #6
            Foreman either gets him early or loses, most likely by decision. Usyk has a hell of a tank.

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            • #7
              Haven't seen him fight at heavyweight once it's hard to predict if he can avoid getting clocked for 12 and if he his chin can take a good shot

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
                Usyk is 6'3" and 215

                Big George was 6'4" around 220

                Not much of a size difference, and Usyk has handled brutal punchers like Bredis and Gassiev who are all over 220lb on fight night

                I don't see how Big George handles a guy as quick and skilled
                There is a size difference, THERE are plenty of ectomorphs who attend gyms and pump themselves over 200 pounds.

                George Foreman like most of the heavyweights from the 60's-70's, did not approach the sport of boxing with the goal of? Body building in their training camps etc

                George Forman has a bigger frame than Usyk, and his muscle mass is more original 'He is a bigger man than Usyk'.

                Uysk gets it by all the fighters he faces, his speed is nothing special 'He is just a well rounded solid fighter, he has no defining great attribute'.
                Last edited by PRINCEKOOL; 10-05-2020, 02:46 AM.

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                • #9
                  I'm not one to wear rose tinted glasses, but Foreman would knock him the **** out along with the vast majority of the current HW division.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TMLT87 View Post
                    I'm not one to wear rose tinted glasses, but Foreman would knock him the **** out along with the vast majority of the current HW division.
                    What would posses people to think Usyk beats Foreman I'll never know. Foreman is known as one of the biggest punchers ever and not only is Usyk capable of being hit but he is unproven as a heavyweight

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