Didn't see one this year. We may be hobbled but surely we have some very solid matches coming, signed or near? Personally I just want more live fans in a crowd but seeing as how UK bouts have been cancelled for now it seems a long shot. Just realized that yesterday..do the States follow? And who fades away and who breaks out or continues to do so.
Kovalev gets knocked out and starts working as hired muscle back home.
Keith Thurman doesn't fight again and fades away. Eventually picks up multi millions of social media followers specializing in homemade patchouli oils, crystals and a master Sitar stinger.
Miguel Berchelt v Oscar Valdez will be worth waiting for in February. Unfortunately Valdez will go out battered bloody and blue but Berchelt will come off the canvas, flash kd, to pull it off.
The ibf will now insist on filling the three spots of every division with TBA, Have no clue and Not Rated.
Plant has an awkward stinker with Truax. Canelo steamrolls Plant.
Nonito Donaire has a fight of the year and retires...not exactly going out on a limb
Deontay Wilder will now blame his dog for the loss in March or next week.
Juan F. Estrada and Chocolatito Gonzalez II! I like Estrada in a can't miss.
Know what would be a fun fight style wise R Garcia v Javier Fortuna
Charles Martin will again be ranked #1
147 will undergo a resurgence of sorts..Ortiz Jr, Prograis, Jaron Ennis and Crawfords turns 34. Spence and the Canelo talk sounds distracted.
Running random..what say you?