Discussion in 'The Ring' started by Newzz, Jan 10, 2017.
That ass phat @ 1:18
Working by himself up in DC AND focusing strictly on power....that's all I can think of.
Every article I posted in here is of him talking about getting a KO and showing he has power
He went into the fight looking for the KO. He didn't come to Box.
And he got tired early...he is a bantam too...is he outgrowing that division and/or not taking the weight off right?
naw im talkin about easter...
u must be talkin about warren....
yeah but crazy they are fairer to black/non white boxers more than americans at times.
yeah Im disappointed in warren.
we all thought he had got robbed vs payano.......now we don't think much him at all cause hes regressed.
boxing changes quickly...damn.
Man....Shee is so under the radar, who knows
I know thing, he has 0 ability to adjust...he just brawls instead of using his boxing abilities. 3rd fight in a row where he resorted to swinging for the fences when it got rough, instead of getting on his toes
I don't think he regressed at all, he just fought the wrong fight.
The whole time, he only talked about KOing dude and showing his power....they had the wrong game plan and he never adjusted.
I wonder what Stafford was telling him in the corner
Man he is so talented so him resorting to brawling when he fades quick is
As long as Mike Stafford and Barry hunter is his trainers he will never take that step to being a elite fighter
I was hoping they weren't gonna rob that Khazak fighter. Huge props to him coming back after 2 knockdowns and being stunned. Warren had 0 adjustment game. He went away from the jab and tried brining it back but it was too late.
As for Easter Jr, I don't dislike him at all but I think he's gonna have trouble once he goes up in weight. The one thing I look for fighters that are that big is to see their ability to fight tall and not fight at the opponent's range. He dominated most of the fight but would get hit with silly sh*t that makes me wonder what would happen against a 140-147 fighter (which he'll inevitably be at). I was also sorta disappointed that after dropping / hurting Cruz so many times that he couldn't finish him. Overall, his size is a major advantage at Lightweight, even against guys like Mikey who's only really 5'6-5'7, but I wanna see him in w/ a top level guy / another title holder to really see where he's at. I think he could beat Flanagan, likely Linares. Mikey skill wise is a lot better but that size advantage can't be ignored. I'm tuned in though.