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    Default Who's 0 goes first?

    Usyk
    Crawford
    Inoue

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Hurts to say but I think Inoue, just because of potential opposition in the near future. Crawford won’t be at risk of losing until early 2020 at the earliest. When Spence would be through Porter and Thurman. Usyk has Bellew then probably a couple fights to get used to heavyweight. While Inoue is, and will continue to be, in the fire. And knowing Inoue if he comes out of the tourney unscathed he will probably just move up again. Why I am a fan is why I vote for him.

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Definitely not Crawford, he never faces anyone elite.

    Uysk will have a couple of "comfortable" ones at heavyweight after Bellew.

    Inoue has some serious tests coming up with Tete, Burnett and or Rodriguez. So him.
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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Inoue definitely has tough fights coming up, I've got him winning the series tho, and out of the other 2 I can't decide either.

    I should have added another option for none. As I don't see any losing for a long time.

    Gun to head, I'm going to say Crawford.

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Hurts to say but I think Inoue, just because of potential opposition in the near future. Crawford won’t be at risk of losing until early 2020 at the earliest. When Spence would be through Porter and Thurman. Usyk has Bellew then probably a couple fights to get used to heavyweight. While Inoue is, and will continue to be, in the fire. And knowing Inoue if he comes out of the tourney unscathed he will probably just move up again. Why I am a fan is why I vote for him.
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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    I'd say usyk first, seems he is off to heavyweight and I would guess at a KO coming his way at some point, he seems pretty determined to move up fast too... Bellew could also win he seems to have something strange going for him..

    Inoue second, top geezers around him and japs love to get into a a really hard battle, so there's a good chance of him losing and then. Coming back to KO... Top guy though going to be super hard to beat for anyone.

    Then Crawford... I actually think Crawford is tip top, and Spence is his only big threat.

    So usyk due to him going in with the really big guys.

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Crawford. Soon as he faces Spence, it's gone.

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    The smaller fighters have shorter, harder careers and earn substantially less.

    Inoue is a better p4p fighter but should lose first.
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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Hurts to say but I think Inoue, just because of potential opposition in the near future. Crawford won’t be at risk of losing until early 2020 at the earliest. When Spence would be through Porter and Thurman. Usyk has Bellew then probably a couple fights to get used to heavyweight. While Inoue is, and will continue to be, in the fire. And knowing Inoue if he comes out of the tourney unscathed he will probably just move up again. Why I am a fan is why I vote for him.
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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    I think Inoue will win the super series,so that should take him a couple of years. I think Crawford will fight and maybe lose to Spence before then, and Usyk , I’m not sure about , depends how quick he’s moved on in the heavies.
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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Inoue for the reasons already stated above.

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Depends upon who they fight.

    Crawford, if he fights Spence. But Arum will likely protect him.

    Usyk, who beats anyone his own size, but loses if he goes up to heavyweight and fights Joshua.

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    I'm backing crawford to beat Spence despite what all of you guys say...

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Quote Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
    I'm backing crawford to beat Spence despite what all of you guys say...
    Entirely possible, Crawford has skills.

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    Default Re: Who's 0 goes first?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
    I'm backing crawford to beat Spence despite what all of you guys say...
    Entirely possible, Crawford has skills.
    It's a very close fight for me, for the forum voting it was split 4/3 for Spence as the top guy.

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