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  • #31
    Originally posted by BoxingIsGreat View Post
    He's talking all that tough. Who do you think he can beat at 130 or 135? Davis is the man to beat at both weights. Lopez could be a one hit wonder.
    I think Lopez beats all of them if he's at his best, the kid is a special talent imo.

    Davis is a beast though, i'd love to see them fight each other.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by denium View Post
      I think Lopez beats all of them if he's at his best, the kid is a special talent imo.

      Davis is a beast though, i'd love to see them fight each other.
      It's a hell of a division. Loma, Lopez, Haney, Garcia, and Tank. Mix them all up and you get some good ass elite level fights.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by _original_ View Post
        Maybe he's solely talking about that horrible scorecard that I believe had Lopez winning 11 rounds which is preposterous.


        I'm giving him the benefit of the doubt. He pissed away the first 6-7 rounds, was nearly stopped in the 12th, and ended up in the hospital beat up. Sure you could argue that it was close, but Lopez deservedly took it. Maybe Lomachenko should redirect all of his energy on making Grandpa Arum lock in a rematch, I've seen him whine about the decision but haven't seen him demand a rematch.
        Me neither. Nakatani would torture Loma. I have no doubt.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by denium View Post
          I think Lopez beats all of them if he's at his best, the kid is a special talent imo.

          Davis is a beast though, i'd love to see them fight each other.
          Lopez beats Davis in his dreams. Davis kinda looks down on Lopez. He respects Loma actually. Lopez already said he doesn't wanna fight Davis.

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          • #35
            Loma never even fought him except for three or four rounds, all of which he seemed to win ............Rockin'

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            • #36
              Originally posted by _original_ View Post
              It's a hell of a division. Loma, Lopez, Haney, Garcia, and Tank. Mix them all up and you get some good ass elite level fights.
              Agreed, its probably the most stacked division.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by TX_BOXNG View Post
                Actually maybe tbh, but you deserve to loose if you give away 6rds of your championship fight
                Can't argue with that assessment. Not a good look for him really.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by BoxingIsGreat View Post
                  Lopez beats Davis in his dreams. Davis kinda looks down on Lopez. He respects Loma actually. Lopez already said he doesn't wanna fight Davis.
                  Lol

                  Teofimo toys with Tank.

                  Tank is too sloppy and is a one trick pony he was getting tagged a lot by Cruz but luckily for him Cru can’t crack an egg. Tank is brawler that’s it. Teo is special a different breed he can box you or knock you the fuxxxk out.

                  When Tank finally fights a live body let me know.

                  You can keep telling yourself whatever you want but Teo is THE man at 135 and soon 140 none of these guys can fucck with him.

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                  • #39
                    This is so cringe. I donít see how anyone could give Loma 6 rounds.

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                    • #40
                      Itís weird he thought he won. Lopez landed more clean punches, in more rounds.

                      Lopez outlanded Lomachenko in total punches in 8 of 12 rounds.

                      Lopez outlanded Lomachenko in power punches in 12 of 12 rounds.

                      Lomachenko outlanded Lopez in jabs in 6 rounds.

                      Even giving 10-11 rounds to Lopez wouldnít be a stretch. Especially if youíre looking for actual hard, crowd pleasing punches instead of little jabs.

                      These fighters nowadays want to take the easy way to a win which is just attempt to outjab your opponent and not worry too much about the hard, clean power punches. Judges arenít going to give you the round for sparring/shadowboxing while the opponent is landing the heavier shots more frequently.

                      I suppose you can win with jabs if your opponent is doing absolutely nothing offensively.

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