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    Default Re: Maurice Hooker-Alex Saucedo - Friday night

    Three times Hooker has chinned him after the bell. Once is an accident, three times is bullshit.

    Saucedo has a great chin
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    Default Re: Maurice Hooker-Alex Saucedo - Friday night

    Something about Spence and Crawford sitting across a ring from each other makes a guy want to chop firewood...ohjh Saucedo really hurt! Battered by Hooker mid 7th! He opened up brutally there

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    Default Re: Maurice Hooker-Alex Saucedo - Friday night

    Saucedo's head finally cracks after eating a million bombs. Hooker's superior length/speed the difference in the end, looked like a two handed sniper

    Great little punchup.
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    Default Re: Maurice Hooker-Alex Saucedo - Friday night

    Good fight. I thought that Saucedo was going to do good body work after the first round, but he abandoned it. That was a mistake. Hooker had a great gameplan though and it helped him win the fight.

    It’s crazy that even though this weight is involved in a tournament right now that there are still really good fights to be made outside of it. Hooker vs Ramirez is a legit fight.

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    Default Re: Maurice Hooker-Alex Saucedo - Friday night

    Kavaliauskas looked good, although he hit Arriaza when he was down. Arriaza should have been given time to recover. He ain't ready for Crawford tho.

    A nice win for Hooker. Had to work for it. I had him ahead 57-56 going into the 7th. Saucedo almost pulled it off. His chin broke down.
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    Default Re: Maurice Hooker-Alex Saucedo - Friday night

    I was really wanting Saucedo to win, partially because I like Alex, his parents, and his little brother. Mostly because my friend that managed him would be really happy to see it, if, in his condition, he still cares. But him losing was not a surprise, not to anyone that has been around him for any length of time. We all knew that this was coming.

    Back in 2010, Derrick James (trainer of Errol Spence) put together a list of things that Saucedo needed to work on. All along Top Rank has been raising concerns about his defense, his footwork, and him throwing his right hand like a baseball. Alex never was interested in getting better, his old trainer went along with him, and he ended up with Sanchez, who is possibly the worst, most overrated trainer in history. His manager didn't want Sanchez but it was forced on him by two guys that make movies and sit ringside and thus believe they are boxing guys.

    So Saucedo has not improved at all in all this time. He now has access to good sparring, so he is sharp at doing what he does in the way he does it, but that is not improvement. Now he is surrounded by guys that think that eating every punch is just how he fights. They don't have the mindset to understand that this can and should be addressed. They think that because they hired Abel Sanchez that it is as good as it can. That thinking is going to get Alex another handful of "exciting" wins where he gets hit way too much, and at least one more epic ass kicking.

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