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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Surprised he's soaking these tee off punches up. Regardless Davis is beating him like a drum.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    I'm even tired of my own voice but honestly Gamboa is clamoring around like a shot cagey fighter the last few rounds. His legs are a mess. But he's here and he's getting off. Davis needs to reinvest in setting up his assault.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Gamboa looks like a mummy. Age has really done a number on him. He's proven pretty durable though.... absorbing some big shots from Davis.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Meanwhile in the belator time warp, fedor v rampage jackson in Tokyo is about to start :S

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Reading on another site people questioning Tank’s power at 135 haha, this guy that literally KOs heavyweights (multiple) while at 130 suddenly can’t punch at 135 because Gamboa is surviving. Honestly, half the time I wonder if people watch one fight then form opinions on the sport.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Gamboa running on nothing but instinct and reflex, his corner might want to help him out this time for real.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Good tackle of Gamboa on Davis. Davis looking tired.... hasn't had to go so many rounds before.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Reading on another site people questioning Tank’s power at 135 haha, this guy that literally KOs heavyweights (multiple) while at 130 suddenly can’t punch at 135 because Gamboa is surviving. Honestly, half the time I wonder if people watch one fight then form opinions on the sport.
    But pretty sure those won't be on ppv or 'must see tv' yeh . I think he's doing ok. But not much imagination or building on a clear set of advantages

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Reading on another site people questioning Tank’s power at 135 haha, this guy that literally KOs heavyweights (multiple) while at 130 suddenly can’t punch at 135 because Gamboa is surviving. Honestly, half the time I wonder if people watch one fight then form opinions on the sport.
    But pretty sure those won't be on ppv or 'must see tv' yeh . I think he's doing ok. But not much imagination or building on a clear set of advantages
    It’s just strange how off people are. Power is not the issue. Setting it up is, taking what’s there but also disarming the opponent, breaking their will.

    Tszyu couldn’t KO Hatton but pillow punching Mayweather could not because of power but because of the setup to deliver damage.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Reading on another site people questioning Tank’s power at 135 haha, this guy that literally KOs heavyweights (multiple) while at 130 suddenly can’t punch at 135 because Gamboa is surviving. Honestly, half the time I wonder if people watch one fight then form opinions on the sport.
    But pretty sure those won't be on ppv or 'must see tv' yeh . I think he's doing ok. But not much imagination or building on a clear set of advantages
    It’s just strange how off people are. Power is not the issue. Setting it up is, taking what’s there but also disarming the opponent, breaking their will.

    Tszyu couldn’t KO Hatton but pillow punching Mayweather could not because of power but because of the setup to deliver damage.
    Taking what's there but also expanding massive holes yeh. Power needs a consistent delivery system and in fairness this highlights Davis needs to get back to his fundamentals and sharpen up. Mayweather never got caught flush with look away half speed 3 punch combos truth be told

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    What are you talking about Davis KOs heavyweights? If so they are obviously piss poor or not even pro fighters, what kind of a claim is that. By no means saying he isn't a great puncher or anything, just don't be a loon.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Reading on another site people questioning Tank’s power at 135 haha, this guy that literally KOs heavyweights (multiple) while at 130 suddenly can’t punch at 135 because Gamboa is surviving. Honestly, half the time I wonder if people watch one fight then form opinions on the sport.
    But pretty sure those won't be on ppv or 'must see tv' yeh . I think he's doing ok. But not much imagination or building on a clear set of advantages
    It’s just strange how off people are. Power is not the issue. Setting it up is, taking what’s there but also disarming the opponent, breaking their will.

    Tszyu couldn’t KO Hatton but pillow punching Mayweather could not because of power but because of the setup to deliver damage.
    Taking what's there but also expanding massive holes yeh. Power needs a consistent delivery system and in fairness this highlights Davis needs to get back to his fundamentals and sharpen up. Mayweather never got caught flush with look away half speed 3 punch combos truth be told
    If he rolled through Gamboa in 2 he gets nothing out of it. Hopefully this is a bit of a wake up call. Davis is wasting his talents

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Quote Originally Posted by p4pking View Post
    What are you talking about Davis KOs heavyweights? If so they are obviously piss poor or not even pro fighters, what kind of a claim is that. By no means saying he isn't a great puncher or anything, just don't be a loon.
    If you don’t like facts sure throw out insults. Ignore what has happened

    Here is just one witness talking about it. But you weren’t there so go ahead and continue speculating and insulting rather than listening. It’s a great way to be wrong but feel right

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ymXQls7cgig

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Gamboa says he ruptured his Achilles tendon?? Not second-guessing the guy... but I think he would've been writhing in pain had it been a ruptured Achilles. He does apparently have something wrong with his foot and not his shoe.

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    Default Re: Gervonta Davis v Yuriorkis Gamboa

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by p4pking View Post
    What are you talking about Davis KOs heavyweights? If so they are obviously piss poor or not even pro fighters, what kind of a claim is that. By no means saying he isn't a great puncher or anything, just don't be a loon.
    If you don’t like facts sure throw out insults. Ignore what has happened

    Here is just one witness talking about it. But you weren’t there so go ahead and continue speculating and insulting rather than listening. It’s a great way to be wrong but feel right

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ymXQls7cgig

    Just one witness talking about it, and that makes it a fact? Also I'll assume he doesn't mention what calibre of HW it was. I take it you weren't there either. I wasn't insulting you, thats boring as you do it for us.

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