|04-03-2013, 05:01 PM||#51|
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Haye v Chris A seems sound...it could even be in a danger of being an exciting, explosive and hard-fought heavyweight contest.
As mentioned in another thread....Charr is sub-European belt level and only gets mentioned because he is a big, brave guy who is willing to stick around and take some shots to keep the crowd happy.
|04-03-2013, 06:40 PM||#52|
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And yes, it is ok to take an easy defense once in a while, but Mormeck, Wach, Thompson, Pianeta in a row? You must be delusional if you think that's ok by any champions standards. They are either past it or completely unknown. If Haye had fought those four in a row (his last 4 opponents are miles ahead) you would have cried foul. Double standards, and he's not even champ.
|04-03-2013, 07:59 PM||#53|
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If Chisora is a credible opponent so is Charr. They are very similar not just in style but in ability. As for the Polish dude, he could only win on points, and the chances of that happening are 20-1. He might be almost as tall as Wladimir, but he isn't as quick or coordinated. Also, he won't keep Haye back back with the threat of unleashing a hard right hand because he doesn't have the same power.
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