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  1. #133
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    Quote Originally Posted by RailwayRowdy View Post
    Impressive finish from Wilder. Does this make a potential Joshua/Wilder fight more or less likely in the near future ? Wilder is maybe one to avoid in the near future, but surely it has to happen doesn’t it ?
    usual bullshyte from wilder,what he's going to do etc normal yank sick bag stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bookworm View Post
    Billy joe had better keep his chin covered cos lemieux can't half dig.
    It's what make the fight so intriguing, Saunders is a strong guy and technically pretty good but probably hasn't got the power to keep Lemieux off him and Lemieux's power is scary.

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    Frampton comes through unscathed in a decent display, but Garcia takes him the distance. Is he back on track for another title shot ?

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    Superb display of boxing by Billy Joe Saunders last night. David Lemieux, an out and out slugger, hardly laid a glove on him. Let's hope Saunders is true to his word and gets in with GGG 'cause I hear there's some doubt about GGG's rematch with Canelo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul6754 View Post
    Superb display of boxing by Billy Joe Saunders last night. David Lemieux, an out and out slugger, hardly laid a glove on him. Let's hope Saunders is true to his word and gets in with GGG 'cause I hear there's some doubt about GGG's rematch with Canelo.
    Over here in the press,Saunders is calling Govolkin out, but it seems a big ask to me. But, no doubt he’s looking for that big payday, especially as it could unify all 5 versions for the division. No doubt time will tell

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    Quote Originally Posted by RailwayRowdy View Post
    Over here in the press,Saunders is calling Govolkin out, but it seems a big ask to me. But, no doubt he’s looking for that big payday, especially as it could unify all 5 versions for the division. No doubt time will tell
    Yep, he called GGG out at the end of the fight on HBO, let's hope he doesn't lose his pen again.

    Must admit I was impressed with the win last night, he was very elusive.

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    Looks like AJ/Parker is on for early spring somewhere in the Uk. A nice appetiser for AJ/Wilder later in the year. Let’s hope for no slip ups and see if Hearn IS true to his word about the Wilder fight “definitely happening” in 2018. Bring it on !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RailwayRowdy View Post
    Looks like AJ/Parker is on for early spring somewhere in the Uk. A nice appetiser for AJ/Wilder later in the year. Let’s hope for no slip ups and see if Hearn IS true to his word about the Wilder fight “definitely happening” in 2018. Bring it on !
    I'll drink to those two fights RR.

  10. #141
    Fantastic year for boxing both commercially and bout wise. Here's hoping for another decent year of quality fights.

    Fight of the year - Aj/klitschko fantastic bout also GGG/Canelo despite the controversial ending.

    Boxer of the year - Linares for me. His fights with Crolla and Campbell were fantastic.

    Best breakout Boxer - Conor Benn his last fight said it all! Huge career ahead of him and no doubt he will face Eubank Jr in the near future

    Worst Fight -Mayweather/McGregor over rated and overhyped like many predicted

    Hopefully Brooks and Degale will get some much needed victories this year also looking forward to Bellew beating Haye again and Groves/Eubank Jr

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    Quote Originally Posted by boslemportvale91 View Post
    Fantastic year for boxing both commercially and bout wise. Here's hoping for another decent year of quality fights.

    Fight of the year - Aj/klitschko fantastic bout also GGG/Canelo despite the controversial ending.

    Boxer of the year - Linares for me. His fights with Crolla and Campbell were fantastic.

    Best breakout Boxer - Conor Benn his last fight said it all! Huge career ahead of him and no doubt he will face Eubank Jr in the near future

    Worst Fight -Mayweather/McGregor over rated and overhyped like many predicted

    Hopefully Brooks and Degale will get some much needed victories this year also looking forward to Bellew beating Haye again and Groves/Eubank Jr
    Spot on summary although I would go with Vasyl Lomachenko for boxer of the year, the guy is a brilliant technical boxer. Linares was superb also.

    I've not seen Conor Benn although if he's half as good as his dad he'll be some fighter, I'll watch out for him.

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    Amir Khan announces a three fight deal with Eddie Hearn, with Liverpool’s excellent Echo Arena staging the first on April 21st. Seems to set up a fight with Kell Brook who previously seemed to avoid the former Bolton World Champion. Can he still hack it after that pummelling from Alvarez and a 2 year absence from the Ring ?

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