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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    4-1 Charlo (+ KD for Charlo)
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    59-54 Charlo but he's not terribly consistent trying to load up on a more stationary Hogan. Hogan starting to get by on bluff a bit

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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    The size difference is too much for Hogan.
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    He was gone there. Good stoppage

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    5-1 Charlo (+ KD for Charlo).
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Hogan got up on wobbly legs. It's over. TKO7.
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Nice right by Charlo. Hogan looked like a guy trying to fool a cop that he's not drunk.
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    I don't think Eubank is ready for Charlo. Not that Charlo is flawless recently but be interesting to see where they go with it next out. If they're marketing towards it Eubank needs another go with Korobov.

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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Charlo v Eubank isn’t what we want but we know GGG and Canelo pick and choose. Eubank is at least an opponent that will answer some questions that a Dennis Hogan cannot.

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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Charlo v Eubank isn’t what we want but we know GGG and Canelo pick and choose. Eubank is at least an opponent that will answer some questions that a Dennis Hogan cannot.
    Derevyanchenko is available.
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
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    Charlo v Eubank isn’t what we want but we know GGG and Canelo pick and choose. Eubank is at least an opponent that will answer some questions that a Dennis Hogan cannot.
    Derevyanchenko is available.
    Fine by me, would look good since most everyone had him beating GGG. Just string together opponents that get robbed against names.

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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
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    Charlo v Eubank isn’t what we want but we know GGG and Canelo pick and choose. Eubank is at least an opponent that will answer some questions that a Dennis Hogan cannot.
    Derevyanchenko is available.
    Fine by me, would look good since most everyone had him beating GGG. Just string together opponents that get robbed against names.
    Agreed 100% with the first part, not sure what you mean but the 2nd half. I wouldn't be surprised if Eubank and GGG try to target Murata.
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha View Post
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    Charlo v Eubank isn’t what we want but we know GGG and Canelo pick and choose. Eubank is at least an opponent that will answer some questions that a Dennis Hogan cannot.
    Derevyanchenko is available.
    Fine by me, would look good since most everyone had him beating GGG. Just string together opponents that get robbed against names.
    Agreed 100% with the first part, not sure what you mean but the 2nd half. I wouldn't be surprised if Eubank and GGG try to target Murata.
    Hogan was robbed against Munguia, Derevyanchenko beat GGG(by most accounts) neither got the decision. That’s what I meant. Just joking for those that will support GGGs continued refusal to fight Charlo. I wonder how many times Murata will be propped up, probably just as many as Lemieux.

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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Swanson View Post
    Charlo v Eubank isn’t what we want but we know GGG and Canelo pick and choose. Eubank is at least an opponent that will answer some questions that a Dennis Hogan cannot.
    Derevyanchenko is available.
    Fine by me, would look good since most everyone had him beating GGG. Just string together opponents that get robbed against names.
    Agreed 100% with the first part, not sure what you mean but the 2nd half. I wouldn't be surprised if Eubank and GGG try to target Murata.
    Hogan was robbed against Munguia, Derevyanchenko beat GGG(by most accounts) neither got the decision. That’s what I meant. Just joking for those that will support GGGs continued refusal to fight Charlo. I wonder how many times Murata will be propped up, probably just as many as Lemieux.
    Oh ok thanks, understand now. I don't even understand how Hogan was rated at 160. Murata is decent and he is big money in Japan, he also holds a belt, so I can understand the incentive in fighting him.

    Did you watch Lemieux's fight yesterday? A full on brawl. He hit the canvas twice against Bursak, a guy that I feel has been shot for well over 5 years. It was nothing but fun to watch, I would definitely watch a rematch or 2.
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    Default Re: Jermall Charlo v Dennis Hogan Chris Eubank Jr v Mat Korobov

    Charlo and Andrade need to fight each other. It’s time to forget about GGG and Canelo. It is far too late for those fights to happen anymore. The winner of Charlo and Andrade becomes the man to beat at 160.

    Also as already said, I thought that Derevyanchenko definitely deserved the win over GGG. He is a great opponent also. They need to have a WBSS tournament in the middleweight division. Keep Canelo and GGG out and let the others fight it out.

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