|07-17-2012, 04:21 PM||#11|
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a year layoff for anybody is gonna hurt, especially for a fighter in their prime, no matter how well preserved they are.
he was comin hot off of two marquee wins over two ranked guys in his division and possibly 3-4 fights away from p4p contention. this year could've cut that journey in half.
now he'll be returning off a one year layoff, with a new promotional team, no belts and still the most dangerous guy in his division. that's a tough predicament to be in, and quite a hole to climb out of.
He'll do it though.
|07-17-2012, 08:22 PM||#13|
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I hope I am wrong, but I don't think Broner will fight him. If they fight I will bet on Gamboa to win.
|07-17-2012, 08:24 PM||#14|
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If Adrien Broner beats Escobedo on Saturday, I understand they are looking at putting him in with Yuriorkis Gamboa in October #greatfight
Never heard of the reporter before (He's followed by Khan and Calzaghe fwiw). Hope he's right.
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