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    Default Ike Williams v Enrique Bolanos In Color

    Just highlights

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    Default Re: Ike Williams v Enrique Bolanos In Color

    Cool. I’ve always loved Ike Williams style. I don’t know why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    Cool. I’ve always loved Ike Williams style. I don’t know why.
    I do, too.

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    Default Re: Ike Williams v Enrique Bolanos In Color

    Good stuff. Bolanos did well to keep him honest in rematch after being bounced repeatedly in first fight. Williams reminds a bit of Spence shuffling in a little tall and those hands were very very fluid. One of the very best to ever call lightweight home.

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    Watched the documentaries of Ike Williams as a lightweight world champion. He fought legends like Kid Gavalin, Bob Montgomery, and Beau Jack.

    Love the colour and makes the fighters real. You could see how he would deal with today’s fighters.
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    Default Re: Ike Williams v Enrique Bolanos In Color

    I just love watching certain old fighters. They have styles that aren’t around today. Just the way they hold their hands and the way they throw punches are a little different.

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    Default Re: Ike Williams v Enrique Bolanos In Color

    James Toney had that Old school style of boxing from a very early age. Very subtle but sublime boxing skills practiced in many hours of sparring.
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