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    Default Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    This is a great matchup, can't fail to be anything but entertaining. Quigg has looked a bit ropey since joining Freddie Roach, however, is probably the most vicious puncher at 126, Valdez-Servania was a possible FOY job last time out, Quigg is the acid test.



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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Valdez goes to war again. Quigg will hear the final bell but take a beating along the way.
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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Last bit spot on. Honestly think Quigg bigger test than Selby style wise. If Valdez leaves his jab on the shelf like last out he might end up sitting on his ass again. Thought he looked off there. Neither will be doing sit ups weeks following . Looks like Valdez is Stub Hub next so props to Quigg coming over should it happen.

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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Last bit spot on. Honestly think Quigg bigger test than Selby style wise. If Valdez leaves his jab on the shelf like last out he might end up sitting on his ass again. Thought he looked off there. Neither will be doing sit ups weeks following . Looks like Valdez is Stub Hub next so props to Quigg coming over should it happen.
    Yea when Valdez is boxing behind the jab he looks dominant. Tends to enjoy brawling at times.
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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    I think that Valdez should win, but it feels like a fight where Quigg will have a perfect game plan and outbox Valdez. This could be a huge step in Valdez’ career or could halt it for a bit.

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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Great fight though

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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Why is Quigg taking such a hard fight when he could potentially have bigger fights domestically?
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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Why is Quigg taking such a hard fight when he could potentially have bigger fights domestically?
    Because it's for a Fucking World Title! so what fights are bigger than that Domestically?
    you tickle me, moaning about PPV and the Money that the punters shafted on, and then you try and tell me that a fight with a fellow Brit, that isn't for a title, is more important than fighting for the World Title.
    That is the exact mentality that enables Sky/Matchroom (and Warren for that matter) to make fights like Bellew/Cleverley , Bellew/Haye , Brook/Khan , even the possibility of Whyte/Chisora II PPV. please tell me you can see this?
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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Why is Quigg taking such a hard fight when he could potentially have bigger fights domestically?
    It's so you can't moan and complain and advocate people boycott his domestic fight because it's a PPV orchestrated by Eddie Hearn to rip off mugs.
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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Why is Quigg taking such a hard fight when he could potentially have bigger fights domestically?
    It's so you can't moan and complain and advocate people boycott his domestic fight because it's a PPV orchestrated by Eddie Hearn to rip off mugs.
    Now that makes more sense than your first post.
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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Cracking fight well done Quigg and Valdez could be a career ender or maker type of fight got to lean towards Quigg being a Englishman.

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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Think Valdez wins wide. Quigg is an honest fighter but dont think he has that extra bit of class to compete with the top fighters in the world.

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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Great fight but Quigg needs to rediscover what got him where he is. He seems to have gone backwards under Roach and the footwork that got him in and out and made space for world class body shots seems to have deserted him.
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    Default Re: Oscar Valdez-Scott Quigg - March 10

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Last bit spot on. Honestly think Quigg bigger test than Selby style wise. If Valdez leaves his jab on the shelf like last out he might end up sitting on his ass again. Thought he looked off there. Neither will be doing sit ups weeks following . Looks like Valdez is Stub Hub next so props to Quigg coming over should it happen.
    Yea when Valdez is boxing behind the jab he looks dominant. Tends to enjoy brawling at times.
    Great short hurtful punch for him. No pawing or poking, completes his package. I think it makes him or breaks as he goes. This will be a huge fight at StubHub

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