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    Default Vergil Ortiz jr v Michael McKinson 6/8/22

    vergil getting straight back in there against a tough guy after his illness
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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    Ooooh! Love this fight! Eddie Hearn pizzez down his leg every time someone mentions Avanesyan as a possible Conor Benn opponent.



    Embarrassing isn't it?

    Eddie has to get off this idea that having an 'O' is the be all and end all. Ortiz and PBC and Golden Boy are putting it on line in this one. That's what makes boxing ......risky fights. I've always felt Virgil's resume is waaay better than Ennis that don't mean he would beat Ennis but still.

    Hopefully he gives Avanesyan a good hiding. sick of that bum being made out to be some boogeyman. It's like Avaneysean has got everyone shuck and scared but just because Ortiz beat Kavaliauskas and Kavaliauskas beat Avanesyan this is STILL far from certain win for him

    But my gut feeling is that poor Avanesyan has waited for an opportunity for so long, and he's gonna get massacred at the first he gets. Avaneysean style ? I think he could get a career ending beating.
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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    Avanesyan has been brilliant beating Josh and would wipe out Conor Benn. Hope he wins as he is flying at the moment.
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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    Gervonta Davis embarrassed his upcoming opponent Rolly Romero by pushing him off the stage during their weigh-in.

    A heated event culminated in Davis and Romero coming face-to-face on the stage and, when they flexed for the cameras, Romero made the mistake of doing so in the way of Davis.

    ‘Tank’, who is having his last fight under the guidance of Floyd Mayweather this weekend, shoved his opponent and a heated confrontation ensued.

    Davis and Romero get it on for Tank’s WBA (regular) lightweight title at the Barclays Center in New York, but as you can see from the video below, the action kicked off early:

    When asked why he shoved Romero after the weigh-in, Davis offered a very frank excuse.


    Davis later told PBC: “I just seen him on the edge of the stage, so I pushed him.”

    Romero has clearly gotten under Davis’ skin, but the unbeaten American, 26-0, does not want to knock out Romero, he wants to punish him.

    He said: “He talks too much, though. I seen that he was ready. It was different from all the other times we faced off.

    “Today, he looked like he’s ready. I think all the talking is over. It’s time now.

    “We’re a couple of hours away, and we’re both ready to do our thing. I think I was made for this.

    “This is a time when I show I’m not an average fighter. I’m definitely ready and looking forward to it.

    “Hopefully, he can put up a good fight and I can show the world that I’m better than a lot of these guys that are fighting on TV.

    “I want his coach to stop it so I can feel that I beat him and his coach, not just him.

    “A knockout is just a lucky shot. I want to beat him up bad.”

    Davis is 26-0 with 24 knockouts, but he becomes a free agent after this fight.

    Eddie Hearn has already told talkSPORT he will be pursuing the 27-year-old.

    Romero is 14-0 and the 26-year-old has 12 wins via knockout.

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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    Thought for sure Ortiz Jr was done at 147 and moving up after his medical weight issue and fallout last fight . Hopefully this comes off and he's staying in division! If the old dogs won't face off let youngbloods Ennis and Ortiz crowd in and force a move. Great potential both

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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    boots & vergil could help us get the errol v terence fight. both boots & vergil are in line for shots at errol & terence. the risk of fighting boots or vergil will not bring the rewards or recognition of an errol v terence fight
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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    sounds like david's team never returned the contract. david don't want that work
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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    On Saturday, 6th August 2022, at the Dickies Arena, Vergil Ortiz Jr will take on Michael McKinson, but how can fight fans get their hands on tickets to the event?

    The 12-round welterweight bout, which will take place at Fort Worth, Texas’s Dickies Arena, will be broadcast live across the world only on DAZN. Vergil Ortiz Jr. enters the ring with a perfect record of 18 victories, 0 defeats, and 0 draws, with 18 of those victories coming via knockout.

    Michael McKinson will enter the ring with a spotless record of 22 victories and 0 losses, including 2 knockout victories. According to the statistics, Ortiz Jr. has a significant power edge over McKinson, scoring a 100% knockout percentage compared to McKinson’s 9%. Vergil Ortiz Jr., who is 24 years old, is 4 years younger than his opponent.

    McKinson is 1 inch shorter in height than Ortiz Jr. Despite this, neither fighter has an advantage in reach. Southpaw Michael McKinson competes from the orthodox posture, while Vergil Ortiz Jr. is a right-handed fighter.

    In comparison to McKinson, who made his professional debut in 2014, Ortiz Jr. is the less seasoned fighter, having competed in 4 fewer fights. Ortiz Jr. also made his debut in 2016. Compared to McKinson’s 149 professional rounds, he has competed in 60 less.

    At welterweight, Vergil Ortiz Jr. enters the contest ranked first by the WBA, WBC, WBO, 3rd by the IBF, and fifth by the RING. In the 147-pound division, Michael McKinson is presently ranked 5 by the WBO and 10 by the WBA.

    Vergil Ortiz Jr. hasn’t been fighting as much lately as Michael McKinson has. Michael McKinson last competed 4 months and 2 days ago, whereas Vergil Ortiz Jr. last competed 11 months and 7 days ago.

    Ortiz Jr. has fought five times in the past two years, eleven months, and eleven days, or once every seven months and three days on average. He engaged in 33 rounds of combat in those fights, which translates to an average round count of 6.6 rounds.

    McKinson has fought five times in the past two years, eight months, and twelve days, or every six months and sixteen days on average. He engaged in 50 rounds of combat in those battles, averaging 10 rounds each fight.

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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    ANAnesyan will win. He is a beast. Look how he patiently broke down Lejarraga, it was masterpiece. He is a true beast.

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    Default Re: vergil ortiz jr v david avanesyan august sixth

    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    ANAnesyan will win. He is a beast. Look how he patiently broke down Lejarraga, it was masterpiece. He is a true beast.
    david ducked vergil. the michael mckinson fight is rescheduled
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    Default Re: Vergil Ortiz jr v Michael McKinson 6/8/22

    Like to see Hearn, Dazn and company just attempt to blow up promotion now that the Showtime circus has left town. They keep it so isolated. One of the best young contenders in the sport is an afterthought to constant drama concerning irrelevant fights.

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    Default Re: Vergil Ortiz jr v Michael McKinson 6/8/22

    maurice hooker v blair cobbs on the card. am i crazy thinking maurice murders blair here?
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    Default Re: Vergil Ortiz jr v Michael McKinson 6/8/22

    maurice is apparently struggling to make the agreed upon weight
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    Default Re: Vergil Ortiz jr v Michael McKinson 6/8/22

    blair cobbs has agreed to fight maurice at one fifty
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    Default Re: Vergil Ortiz jr v Michael McKinson 6/8/22

    Be nice with the ever-increasing rates of Dazn if they would just let the full card play out rather than chopping into prelims and main card. Was wondering if war horse bomb chucking Hank Lundy could pull the upset vs Martin but sounds like best he could manage was a 1st round KD and decision loss. Actually saw a couple picking McKinson for the distance upset yesterday . That body work of Ortiz is hellfire.

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