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  • YoungManRumble
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    Just survive til round 9 and I'll be happy

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  • Corelone
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    I like how Maloney carries himself. Everybody is saying he's getting knocked out, but he isn't listening. He's hunting big game, not taking baby steps. Win, lose, or draw he's looks good in his ambition. I like underdogs and he's a huge underdog.

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  • -Kev-
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    Originally posted by Ricardi View Post
    Inoue knocked out Rodriguez in 2 who beat Moloney . So good luck bro
    While I do not know anything about Moloney outside of one fight, and feel like he will likely lose, triangle theories donít usually work in boxing. He will lose due to Inoue being better than him as an individual boxer. Moloney will not lose to Inoue for the reason that Inoue beat Rodriguez and Rodriguez beat Moloney.

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  • Tatabanya
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    Inoue will turn you from Moloney to baloney.

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  • Ricardi
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    Inoue knocked out Rodriguez in 2 who beat Moloney . So good luck bro

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  • -Kev-
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    Inoue is good but iím not sure if the writers who placed him there were sober when they did. #3 P4P is going overboard for someone who hasnít fought anyone. Almost seems bizzare.

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  • jackblack008
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    Oh dude.. he gonna KO in 5 rounds

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  • Marvlus Marv
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    Yaawwn, yea sure mate, course you will.

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  • Unidentified
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    I don't think he will.

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  • Comments Thread For: Moloney: I Will KO Inoue, Come Out As The Next Superstar In The Sport

    Jason Moloney had a ringside seat in bearing witness to the fall of one highly rated pound-for-pound entrant. Now, he's ready to return to that same venue just two weeks later in taking down another. The perennial Top 10 bantamweight contender from Kingscliff, Australia heads back to the Las Vegas Bubble at MGM Grand, where he will face unbeaten three-division and reigning unified bantamweight titlist Naoya Inoue (19-0, 16KOs). The bout takes place this weekend, live on ESPN+ just two weeks after the same venue played host to Teofimo Lopez's World lightweight championship crowning effort over three-division titlist Vasiliy Lomachenko.
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