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    Default Emanuel Navarrete v Joet Gonzalez 10/15 Fri.

    This is actually a solid match up kicking off on Espn+. Call me crazy but Navarrete is the man to beat at 126. Pretty sure Gary Russel has gone the Keith Thurman ..*poof they gone route.. as he's missed his routine annual ring appearance. Joet comes off a points loss to Shakur sleepy time Stevenson and comes in as mandatory for Navarrete who may very well be looking ahead to 130. It's deep up there. Conditioning improved and with perpetual body uppercut output imo Navarrete one of the more exciting top fighters going.

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    Default Re: Emanuel Navarrete v Joet Gonzalez 10/15 Fri.

    Emanuel Navarrete and Joet Gonzalez were in peak condition before a tense stare-down at the weigh-in ahead of their world championship encounter.

    Navarrete's WBO featherweight title is up for grabs in San Diego, live on Sky Sports Arena, from 4am on Saturday morning.

    "I feel very strong," said Mexico's Navarrete, who has won 34 of his 35 fights.

    "I've seen changes in my body for the best, and I think this division is the best for me.

    "I think this is going to be a tough fight. He is a tough opponent. We are basically fighting in his hometown, closer to where he lives. Without a doubt, he's a great fighter. He always comes forward. I expect a tough fight.

    "Moving up [in weight] is not something that I'm considering now. I'm just focused on the fight with Joet. What I've heard is comments, but I'm not really thinking about moving up."

    California's Gonzalez, who has won 24 of 25, reflected on his unsuccessful world title challenge against Shakur Stevenson: "Sometimes it's just not your night. I work hard and train hard for every fight.

    "I don't take nobody lightly. It just simply wasn't my night. I rebounded with a win over Miguel Marriaga, and I think I showed the public I'm here to fight the best out there.

    "It's not an easy fight. It's a tough fight. Navarrete has a style that's very unique, very hard to figure out, and that's why he's a champion. I trained really hard, and I'm coming with everything. I'm planning on leaving with that belt.

    "It means everything. It's my childhood dream. I always wanted to be a world champion. That's why I started boxing in the beginning. That's the plan, to bring that belt back home."

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    Default Re: Emanuel Navarrete v Joet Gonzalez 10/15 Fri.

    Starts with 2-0 Floyd Diaz and 1-0 Jose Ramirez bantamweights. Not stars, not names..just two kids looking for a start. Diaz beating him to the punch two handed attack in 1st and drops Ramirez hard. Hurts him again in 2nd.

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    Default Re: Emanuel Navarrete v Joet Gonzalez 10/15 Fri.

    Tale of two different composures over three rounds. Floyd Diaz quick jabbing up and down stairs coming in. Ramirez stands straight up goes straight back and being caught clean. Both these dudes still in Highschool . Hey all power to them. For only two pro starts Diaz has a pretty educated stabbing jab. Think he swept all 4 rounds here.

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    Default Re: Emanuel Navarrete v Joet Gonzalez 10/15 Fri.

    Not to judge a guy on first appearance but Gonzalez shows up in blue crocs and is putting a sweater on his Frenchie dog. He's gonna be in for a long night with a Navarrete buzzsaw.

    Javier Martinez 4-0 v Daryl Jones 4-2 at 160 lbs

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    Default Re: Emanuel Navarrete v Joet Gonzalez 10/15 Fri.

    Martinez solid 1st round. Bigger sharper definitely more polished. Jones well bothered by those body shots.

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