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    Default Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Hagler/Leonard 2:

    Leonard wins by an even larger margin en route to a 12 round decision.

    De La Hoya/Trinidad:

    DLH comes out more aggressive and doesn't take his foot off the pedal in the late rounds for a decision.

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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Hagler v Leonard 2: Hagler 15 round decision after he refuses to fight 12 rounds, small ring and giving away the first half of the fight.

    Ali v Foreman 2: Ali wide points as he gets into George's head making him doubt he could go the distance.

    Lennox v Tyson 2: Lewis KO Tyson in 4 rounds.

    AJ v Wlad 2: AJ KO 8 rounds with no scares for Joshua.
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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Hagler beats Leonard in a rematch, which is why there never was one. Ditto Hearns v Leonard if they had fought again sooner.

    Ali definitely oitpoints Foreman in a rematch, he was just inside George's head at that point.

    Vitali Klitschko beats Lennox Lewis second time around.

    Sharkey outpoints Dempsey in a rematch. Haye stops Thompson had they fought again.

    Would have loved to see Marciano v LaStarza II, ditto Tyson v Tucker.

    GGG beats Canelo if there hadn't been a long doping delay.



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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Vitali sparks the plodding, aging, huffing & puffing Lewis in the rematch

    Foreman loses a very close points decision against Ali by throwing 50 telephone pole jabs per round (and landing 30 each round), and conserving his energy

    La Starza DID fight Marciano twice.... do you mean a rubber match then?

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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    Vitali sparks the plodding, aging, huffing & puffing Lewis in the rematch

    Foreman loses a very close points decision against Ali by throwing 50 telephone pole jabs per round (and landing 30 each round), and conserving his energy

    La Starza DID fight Marciano twice.... do you mean a rubber match then?
    Rubber match implies Rocky lost one of the fights, he did not.
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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    Vitali sparks the plodding, aging, huffing & puffing Lewis in the rematch

    Foreman loses a very close points decision against Ali by throwing 50 telephone pole jabs per round (and landing 30 each round), and conserving his energy

    La Starza DID fight Marciano twice.... do you mean a rubber match then?
    Rubber match implies Rocky lost one of the fights, he did not.
    I know, so I was confused why X would say he'd love to see a La Starza rematch

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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Quote Originally Posted by X View Post


    Would have loved to see Marciano v LaStarza II,


    here it was: this is their 2nd fight


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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    skip to 22:50 for the start of the 7th round............ just wanted to give you the first 6 in color ... the colorized version repeats after 6 rounds


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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepwalker View Post
    Hagler/Leonard 2:

    Leonard wins by an even larger margin en route to a 12 round decision.

    De La Hoya/Trinidad:

    DLH comes out more aggressive and doesn't take his foot off the pedal in the late rounds for a decision.


    Good thread.

    Of course, I'm the total opposite here.

    Hagler wakes up and realizes he can walk through Leonard's firepower and takes him out late.

    DLH decides to take matters into his own hands... trades one too many times with Trinidad... and gets KTFO'ed.

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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Oops, you’re quite right guys - my mistake.

    I know LaStarza gave Marciano a real test but I meant Carmine Vingo.

    It was a brutal brutal fight where Marciano was really hurt, but Vingo suffered pretty catastrophic injuries and never fought again.

    I would have liked to have seen a second Marciano v Vingo bout. It would have meant Vingo wasn’t so badly hurt, plus it would have been a barnstormer!

    Nice to see some knowledgeable people correcting me 👍🏽
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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Hagler / Hearns 2. Who wouldn't want to see that?

    Still can't see the Hitman stopping himself being dragged into a war but maybe delaying the inevitable and giving us all a few more rounds before the shootout.

    Same result but later rounds.

    Marquez /Barrera 2.

    Barrera gets more success with that right hand and outpoints Marquez setting up a 3rd decider.
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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    RJJ vs JT II- James comes in shape, tests RJJ whose reflexes were still top notch. RJJ wins close fight but wide scores.

    Lennox vs Vitali II, knowing he 1/2 prepared to fight a guy who pulled out being replaced by VK, he is in shape, focused and wins a technical bout with an ungodly amount of clinches. Manny Steward is very vocal in between rounds to jab n grab, stick n move, get in get the F out!
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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Tyson beats Douglas in rematch if he went back to his old team. With Rooney he stops Buster early. Without Rooney, his team would probably still be unable to control Mike banging hotel maids, so Buster would play it safer early on- allowing Mike to lose steam and stands to lose on scorecards by horrendous judges.

    Douglas Vs Tyson II Tyson by KO with Rooney. Wins by horrible decision without him
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    Default Re: Predict the Outcome of Rematches we Never got to See

    Benn Eubank III

    Always irritates me this never happened.

    Benn had matured and wasn’t as reckless as in his younger days. He knew he couldn’t fight that way against the top guys.

    But for the point deduction he would have won the second fight as we all know - the draw did not surprise me at the time.

    I think in a 3rd fight he wins easily by UD maybe surviving a couple of shaky moments. Wouldn’t have got the stoppage he would’ve wanted but still got the W. That would’ve probably led to a fourth fight....
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