|12-28-2012, 06:25 AM||#1|
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Tell me about Gavin Rees
Since he is going to be Broner's next victim I am interested in finding out more about him. How good is he?
|12-28-2012, 06:36 AM||#2|
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Short skinhead who comes forward and throws lots of punches. Used to trained by Enzo Calzaghe alongside Joe and Enzo Mac when all 3 were somehow world champions at the same time.
He'll try and make a fight of it. And take a bit of a beating in the process. He's not as bad as everyone is making out in NSB imo, but he's not even close to being a threat to Broner. He's a good opponent to make Broner look damn good ahead of a possible Burns clash in May
|12-28-2012, 06:58 AM||#3|
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Fighting guys that are 27-120-7. Another was 10-110 or something. Hilarious, but hey Broner is #5 p4p right? This is definitely a fight at p4p #5 would take.
|12-28-2012, 08:09 AM||#4|
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He's a good fighter at domestic level, definitely good enough to be a top European lightweight and possibly venture into the upper echelons of the divisions.
He was a champion at 140 until Kotelnik beat him comfortably, yet to see how good he is at 135. He's shown some vulnerabilities already at this level so I can't see Broner having much trouble with him.
This really is a poor fight...
|12-28-2012, 09:59 AM||#6|
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|12-28-2012, 01:03 PM||#8|
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