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    Default Hasegawa appreciation thread

    I really want to see Hozumi fight in America, preferably in Tucson, LA or Vegas. I think he is a very smart fighter, he only throws when it's going to not only land, but count.

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    He is a thinking man's fighter; a rarity these days.

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    Default Re: Hasegawa appreciation thread

    Quick mother'. But he's relying too much with the left hand.

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    Default Re: Hasegawa appreciation thread

    Good stuff! First time I've seen him

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    Default Re: Hasegawa appreciation thread

    That's the only nick I see on Hozumi that at times, he depends a bit too much on the left hand.
    vs. Simpiwe he was able to land some solid right hands.

    Other then that though he's got mad skills.
    Can box and trade at any point.

    Hozumi vs. Montiel would be great.

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    Hasegawa is a great little fighter! Speed, technique, fundermentals & a southpaw to boot!

    I was impressed with the way he stopped Veerapol in the return, I feel his speed & timing put a bit of sting on his shots & although he ain't a big puncher its enough to keep his opponents weary.

    The way he blew out what seemed to be a very solid Malinga was remarkable!
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    Default Re: Hasegawa appreciation thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Galaxy View Post
    Hasegawa is a great little fighter! Speed, technique, fundermentals & a southpaw to boot!

    I was impressed with the way he stopped Veerapol in the return, I feel his speed & timing put a bit of sting on his shots & although he ain't a big puncher its enough to keep his opponents weary.

    The way he blew out what seemed to be a very solid Malinga was remarkable!
    Was gonna write something myself but Galaxy said it all already.

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    A shocking omission from the P4P list.

    Unfortunately - for us - he doesn't NEED to leave Japan. They only recognise the WBC and WBA titles, so unification matches against the other champs don't mean much. Although he did say recently he would love to fight in America or Europe, but his priority is to be regarded as a great Japanese fighter.
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    Default Re: Hasegawa appreciation thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    A shocking omission from the P4P list.

    Unfortunately - for us - he doesn't NEED to leave Japan. They only recognise the WBC and WBA titles, so unification matches against the other champs don't mean much. Although he did say recently he would love to fight in America or Europe, but his priority is to be regarded as a great Japanese fighter.
    I can tell you that in our rankings he came in at 21st, which is not bad when you consider the quality of fighters above him, although the fact Kelly Pavlik who didn't even make the top 10 got over 200pts more than him says a lot. That's part of the reason why I wanted Top 20s because it neutralizes 'fan votes' a bit more and gives some credit to guys like Hasegawa who don't get the recognition they deserve.

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    Default Re: Hasegawa appreciation thread

    I'd go P4P top ten

    He's not coming here though.

    Granted I would have said the same thing about Chris John a year or two ago.

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    Glad you brought this kid up......now i know to look out for him
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    Default Re: Hasegawa appreciation thread

    Very underrated fighter. I got him just out the top 10. At around 11th or 12th

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