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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Corner of Lenny steps up and waves it off 2:31 7th. Very very hard fight! Saucedo has incredible backing it looks and give and take style. Lennys left eye Jebus Christ. Wow.

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Look at the splatter patterns on the canvas. It's like a murder scene.
    Really dude not seen a mug that in awhile. They need to plastic sheet those ropes
    That's a dyna
    mite fight for
    basic cable TV viewers. That just created a lot of boxing fans. When you see guys earning millions of dollars per game/start in the big sports leagues and doing/caring nothing and then you see two guys like that you can't not like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Look at the splatter patterns on the canvas. It's like a murder scene.
    Really dude not seen a mug that in awhile. They need to plastic sheet those ropes
    That's a dyna
    mite fight for
    basic cable TV viewers. That just created a lot of boxing fans. When you see guys earning millions of dollars per game/start in the big sports leagues and doing/caring nothing and then you see two guys like that you can't not like it.
    Some divas fight twitter wars and give fans 101 why "big" fights won't happen. And some live fight to fight all on the line and leave happy fans on their feet.

    Annnd +1cc to TR gal on the left .

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Brazilian Olympic Gold medalist Robson Conceicao getting some airtime here. Long frame and opponent here pretty undersized. Tick tock on this one

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Conceicao very composed, does a nice little rock back and forth with harsh uppercuts. Drops Gavino Guaman 3 times so far. Conceicao very hard 1-2s to body..and Guaman dropped again and fight waved after count in 3rd. Good looking fighter right here. But already at 30 yrs old needs to get busy

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Brazilian Olympic Gold medalist Robson Conceicao getting some airtime here. Long frame and opponent here pretty undersized. Tick tock on this one
    Are you getting the Top Rank commentators? This guy used to feign injuries so he could go to hospital and get gauze for his hand wraps. Or use bits of flip flops. One of nine kids. Pointless fight but obviously he's going to be a Lomachenko opponent eventually.

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Brazilian Olympic Gold medalist Robson Conceicao getting some airtime here. Long frame and opponent here pretty undersized. Tick tock on this one
    Are you getting the Top Rank commentators? This guy used to feign injuries so he could go to hospital and get gauze for his hand wraps. Or use bits of flip flops. One of nine kids. Pointless fight but obviously he's going to be a Lomachenko opponent eventually.
    Really man? They caught him bad wraps and all? Flip flops I've never heard that. Yeh they were going on about a 'win' over Loma and questionable low blows etc.


    Ramirez-Angulo ready to go. Love to see Ramirez and Benavides meet up! That ring is microscopic

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Workman like Zurdo first and second. Falling over his own height and giving Angulo some opportunity in 3rd and gets tagged hard and backs off Angulo. Tiny ring may actually be a negative for Ramirez. Angulo pretty sneaky to counter

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    And this is why they don't fight on paper . Seriously feels a matter of time before Angulo lands another short chopping right, Ramirez coming in behind nothing here.

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Left eye of Ramirez nicked up and Angulo keeps it slow and steady waiting for him to jump into a hard shot. Better 6th for Ramirez much more fluid.

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Angulo with another left hand brick backs Zurdo off. The challenger very calm in the middle of Ramirez combos. Ramirez seriously stuck between styles here.

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Angulo has power and Ramirez is affected by it enough not to be fighting his normal fight. Much less output because he's scared of leaving a hole. I have the feeling Angulo is going to time him and land something flush at some point.

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    Redman being played in Oklahoma for a fight between a Mexican and Columbian. Shit I'm old. Ramirez is needing to work every second for this one. Angulo knows he can hurt him and like to see him let hands go in 11th and 12th. Can't see him taking these cards

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    12th and final. Angulo sent out for the KO by corner and Ramirez knows full well. Ramirez will feel this for sometime and Angulo making himself a face and had him stunned at least 3 times. Cards could be scattered but feels Ramirez wide.

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    Default Re: ESPN Ramirez v Angulo

    How long is the decision going to take? Ramirez is going to win obviously. Shame Angulo couldn't time him.

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