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    Default Best fighters 25 and under

    There is a lot of good talent of young fighters. Some have obviously proven themselves more than others. So from your perspective, how would you rank them from best to worst at this moment? Again, some have been tested more than others but just from their competition and eye test. Here are mine.

    Teofimo Lopez
    Virgil Ortiz
    Jaron Ennis
    Shakur Stevenson
    Devon Haney
    Tank Davis
    David Benavidez

    That would be my order. Who am I missing?

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    I forgot to add Ryan Garcia. He is last but he may move up depending on how he looks against Campbell

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    I like Edgardo Berlanga, Daniel Dubois, and Xander Zayas.

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    I should add JC Martinez to my list

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    So no Joey Spencer double fisting gold just yet . What about a Chris Colbert. Very early but he's already pitching for some interim title belt this weekend. Crafty dude and ring aware but he does coast in spots.

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Daniel Dubois should be on the list.
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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Dennis Mccann
    Serhii Bohachuk
    Willy Hutchinson
    Aaron Mckenna
    Bektemir Melikuziev
    Israil Madrimov
    Dalton Smith
    Artem Oganesyan
    Sadriddin Akhmedov
    Ivan Price
    Andrew Cain

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    There is a lot of good talent of young fighters. Some have obviously proven themselves more than others. So from your perspective, how would you rank them from best to worst at this moment? Again, some have been tested more than others but just from their competition and eye test. Here are mine.

    Teofimo Lopez
    Virgil Ortiz
    Jaron Ennis
    Shakur Stevenson
    Devon Haney
    Tank Davis
    David Benavidez

    That would be my order. Who am I missing?
    That looks like a 'Best Americans under 25 list'.

    Boxing is a global sport.

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Quote Originally Posted by Vibesin Don View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    There is a lot of good talent of young fighters. Some have obviously proven themselves more than others. So from your perspective, how would you rank them from best to worst at this moment? Again, some have been tested more than others but just from their competition and eye test. Here are mine.

    Teofimo Lopez
    Virgil Ortiz
    Jaron Ennis
    Shakur Stevenson
    Devon Haney
    Tank Davis
    David Benavidez

    That would be my order. Who am I missing?
    That looks like a 'Best Americans under 25 list'.

    Boxing is a global sport.
    So you think the people on your list will have better careers than those on my list?

    My list isn’t so much about prospects but more who has already proven to be legit and who I think will have a really good career.

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Quote Originally Posted by Vibesin Don View Post
    Dennis Mccann
    Serhii Bohachuk
    Willy Hutchinson
    Aaron Mckenna
    Bektemir Melikuziev
    Israil Madrimov
    Dalton Smith
    Artem Oganesyan
    Sadriddin Akhmedov
    Ivan Price
    Andrew Cain
    I didn’t realize that Madrimov was that young. He is solid, but I’m not sure how good he will get. I don’t think he will become great.

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Vibesin Don View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    There is a lot of good talent of young fighters. Some have obviously proven themselves more than others. So from your perspective, how would you rank them from best to worst at this moment? Again, some have been tested more than others but just from their competition and eye test. Here are mine.

    Teofimo Lopez
    Virgil Ortiz
    Jaron Ennis
    Shakur Stevenson
    Devon Haney
    Tank Davis
    David Benavidez

    That would be my order. Who am I missing?
    That looks like a 'Best Americans under 25 list'.

    Boxing is a global sport.
    So you think the people on your list will have better careers than those on my list?

    My list isn’t so much about prospects but more who has already proven to be legit and who I think will have a really good career.
    Some of them could. Dennis Mccann for example looks a special talent.

    Oh ok then.But Ennis and Ortiz Jr I'd still class as prospects. And Stevenson and Haney are like prospects who've been given belts they havent beaten anyone or proved anything yet.

    By that logic then I would add to the list Emmanuel Navarette and Julio Cesar Martinez.

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Luis Nery
    Kosei Tanaka
    Junto Nakatani
    Jaime Munguia
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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Quote Originally Posted by Vibesin Don View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Vibesin Don View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    There is a lot of good talent of young fighters. Some have obviously proven themselves more than others. So from your perspective, how would you rank them from best to worst at this moment? Again, some have been tested more than others but just from their competition and eye test. Here are mine.

    Teofimo Lopez
    Virgil Ortiz
    Jaron Ennis
    Shakur Stevenson
    Devon Haney
    Tank Davis
    David Benavidez

    That would be my order. Who am I missing?
    That looks like a 'Best Americans under 25 list'.

    Boxing is a global sport.
    So you think the people on your list will have better careers than those on my list?

    My list isn’t so much about prospects but more who has already proven to be legit and who I think will have a really good career.
    Some of them could. Dennis Mccann for example looks a special talent.

    Oh ok then.But Ennis and Ortiz Jr I'd still class as prospects. And Stevenson and Haney are like prospects who've been given belts they havent beaten anyone or proved anything yet.

    By that logic then I would add to the list Emmanuel Navarette and Julio Cesar Martinez.
    They should be. It’s just best fighters 25 and under

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    Default Re: Best fighters 25 and under

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
    Luis Nery
    Kosei Tanaka
    Junto Nakatani
    Jaime Munguia
    I didn’t put Tanaka because I haven’t seen enough of him. Didn’t realize Nery was that young. Munguia isn’t that good IMO.

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