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    Now I know it's real early at 9-0 but is there hope for him among the churning pool of young up and coming heavyweights. He has great size and a wingspan for a heavy and looks pretty sound punching down the middle. I like how he mixes in short uppercuts inside. But right now he is definitely a bit stiff, has hardly been pressed at all and needs to refine his tools against much better competition. He turns 25 next month and is set to fight Germanys Michael Wallisch a few day later in his Vegas/Showtime debut.

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    He's also nigerian so he might actually be 35

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmerq View Post
    He's also nigerian so he might actually be 35
    Giving Cuba a wake up call but still young enough to be the nephew of Ortiz .

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    I keep eye. No much speed. Good look.

    I see Makhmudov look beast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Now I know it's real early at 9-0 but is there hope for him among the churning pool of young up and coming heavyweights. He has great size and a wingspan for a heavy and looks pretty sound punching down the middle. I like how he mixes in short uppercuts inside. But right now he is definitely a bit stiff, has hardly been pressed at all and needs to refine his tools against much better competition. He turns 25 next month and is set to fight Germanys Michael Wallisch a few day later in his Vegas/Showtime debut.
    He's ok. But much like Tony Yoka, I'm not sure he will ever be a champion!
    Bigger man George, bigger punch!

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