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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Slicing onions 5th. Not a metaphor. Ramirez down hard early 6th! Up and coming back.

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Taylor 6th huge. Ref follows him to corner to warn him for something else. Refs should be maskless at this point.

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Bayless did a good job of giving him a few extra seconds there. Was he going round the judges taking a sneaky point at the end of the round?

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Taylor 7th. Left of Taylor on fire. Ramirez answers but step behind in sharpness..and he's down again. Hurt going to corner. The gap has widened. Brutal uppercut. Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Bayless did a good job of giving him a few extra seconds there. Was he going round the judges taking a sneaky point at the end of the round?
    Like Bayless but he's really over involving himself here. Ramirez blowing in the wind a bit now. Taylor master at the shoulder shove quick counter

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Feeling around 8-4 Taylor pretty comfortable after KD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
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    Bayless did a good job of giving him a few extra seconds there. Was he going round the judges taking a sneaky point at the end of the round?
    Like Bayless but he's really over involving himself here. Ramirez blowing in the wind a bit now. Taylor master at the shoulder shove quick counter
    The pandemic hasn't been kind to Bayless. He's carrying a lot of extra timber these days. It's counterbalancing his stuck out arse nicely.

    Ramirez actually recovered from those knockdowns and came on strong at the end. Taylor was struggling the last few rounds. If he hadn't got that second KD he would have been in trouble. I'd fancy Crawford to give him a boxing lesson if they do fight.

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Bayless did a good job of giving him a few extra seconds there. Was he going round the judges taking a sneaky point at the end of the round?
    Like Bayless but he's really over involving himself here. Ramirez blowing in the wind a bit now. Taylor master at the shoulder shove quick counter
    The pandemic hasn't been kind to Bayless. He's carrying a lot of extra timber these days. It's counterbalancing his stuck out arse nicely.

    Ramirez actually recovered from those knockdowns and came on strong at the end. Taylor was struggling the last few rounds. If he hadn't got that second KD he would have been in trouble. I'd fancy Crawford to give him a boxing lesson if they do fight.
    Agree on Crawford that natural size and switch hitting too much imo. Get Taylor on square heels he shuts down a bit. Had it wider than judges for sure, pretty much did what he wanted when he wanted with more impact. Hard to believe this is only the 6th time in the sport for all unification. Figure it'd be massive.

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    i like louie. he won both those last fights. another tough fight for him here
    louie screwed again. it's always worth watching him fight
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    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    same three judges as for jose against viktor. josh needs to knock jose out
    they were trying it on. those knockdowns saved josh from having his win stolen
    Apply shame. Apply fame. The crook and the flail.

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirkland Laing View Post
    Bayless did a good job of giving him a few extra seconds there. Was he going round the judges taking a sneaky point at the end of the round?
    Like Bayless but he's really over involving himself here. Ramirez blowing in the wind a bit now. Taylor master at the shoulder shove quick counter
    The pandemic hasn't been kind to Bayless. He's carrying a lot of extra timber these days. It's counterbalancing his stuck out arse nicely.

    Ramirez actually recovered from those knockdowns and came on strong at the end. Taylor was struggling the last few rounds. If he hadn't got that second KD he would have been in trouble. I'd fancy Crawford to give him a boxing lesson if they do fight.
    Agree on Crawford that natural size and switch hitting too much imo. Get Taylor on square heels he shuts down a bit. Had it wider than judges for sure, pretty much did what he wanted when he wanted with more impact. Hard to believe this is only the 6th time in the sport for all unification. Figure it'd be massive.

    That came as a shock to me too. There have been so many big money earners in the four belt era operating in divisions where the other top guys couldn't draw flies you'd think the alphabet mobs would have been desperate to drape their belts on them just to make the big sanctioning fee.

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Pretty close fight, didn't score it but I though Ramirez was actually on the way to bossing the fight until the first knockdown, looked like Taylor was pretty uncomfortable, he did great to get the knockdown and to be fair Ramirez did well to survive... He came on strong late on... Good fight and well done to Taylor it was closer than I thought it would be.

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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Great fight.

    Bayliss was as usual a disgrace. Pompous fool who wants to make it all about him. Anything but neutral too.

    I am not so sure that Taylor struggles with anyone, even Crawford. He fought brilliantly at times and Ramirez would have exposed any glaring flaws. It was never going to be a walk in the park and Taylor executed the gameplan brilliantly.

    Can't believe how under the radar this fight has gone.

    Already that puts Taylor right up there, even at this point in his career as a British great in my book.
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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Josh Taylor has an amazing record, he is already a British Great.
    Probably the best Scottish fighter of all time.
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    Default Re: Taylor vs Ramirez - UNDISPUTED - May 22 - Las Vegas - ESPN

    Cards were clearly tilted for Ramirez before hand. 116-110 maybe. 114-112 was disgraceful (Actally I need to watch the fight bk again as I didn't score it)

    I would assume that by now Kenny Bayliss has received enough brown envelopes to retire comfortably, or his officiating is simply no longer competent. I mean. He might as well as given Ramirez a pillow he give him that long to recover from both KD's




    As for Taylor's future ? PERSONALLY his style doesn’t suit above 147 to me.

    There are some fking savages at 147 and I'm not even talking about Bud or Spence but Boots Ennis and Vergil Ortiz even Conor Benn would be a tough, tough fight for Taylor. That 7 pound jump is a gap too wide. I could be wrong but I see a Mickey Garcia type career at 147. Good but not a real player.

    I'd like him to be that ONE WEIGHT BAD ASS like Marvin Hagler. There is Teo, Tank, Haney, Garcia who could all make the move up. Massive fights out there. But I get the feeling he will chase that mega fight against Bud. They're both in the same camp. So easy to make.
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