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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
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    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford


    "Next to" my ass. He's head and shoulders above both of them. He fights (and beats) elite fighter after elite fighter. He fights EVERYone. There's no prima donna bullshit... no crap promoter issues... just big fight after big fight.

    He's fought more elite opposition in the last couple of years than both of the others put together.

    Unfortunately... lower weights don't sell.

    Which is why p4p lists don't mean shit.
    michael d wasn't a big fight. jason m? naoya had a broken face so it's all gravy. but it's not big fight after big fight

    Naoya had a broken face so... "it's all gravy"? WTF does that mean and how does that support your argument? Never mind.

    Let's see...

    Naoya's last 6 opponents have been: MacDonnell, Payano, Rodriguez, Donaire, Moloney, and Dasmarinas.

    Save for Dasmarinas, all have either been world champions or fought for a world championship. Sounds like a pretty good streak to me.

    These are Naoya's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    Now let's compare with Canelo's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    His opponents had records of: 8-21-2..... 3-7-2..... 4-14-2..... 17-0-1..... 5-17-2..... and 21-2.

    If you want to talk about his latest fights... his last six fights include "bouts" against Rocky Fielding and Avni Yildirim.

    Any questions?
    naoya had a broken face so we can expect him to have a couple of lesser opponents. my argument was that it's not big fight after big fight as you stated. michael d & jason m are not big fights. that was my point. the rest is just you changing the subject. no one said it's not a good streak. just not big fight after big fight like you stated. try to stay on track
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

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    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford


    "Next to" my ass. He's head and shoulders above both of them. He fights (and beats) elite fighter after elite fighter. He fights EVERYone. There's no prima donna bullshit... no crap promoter issues... just big fight after big fight.

    He's fought more elite opposition in the last couple of years than both of the others put together.

    Unfortunately... lower weights don't sell.

    Which is why p4p lists don't mean shit.
    michael d wasn't a big fight. jason m? naoya had a broken face so it's all gravy. but it's not big fight after big fight

    Naoya had a broken face so... "it's all gravy"? WTF does that mean and how does that support your argument? Never mind.

    Let's see...

    Naoya's last 6 opponents have been: MacDonnell, Payano, Rodriguez, Donaire, Moloney, and Dasmarinas.

    Save for Dasmarinas, all have either been world champions or fought for a world championship. Sounds like a pretty good streak to me.

    These are Naoya's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    Now let's compare with Canelo's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    His opponents had records of: 8-21-2..... 3-7-2..... 4-14-2..... 17-0-1..... 5-17-2..... and 21-2.

    If you want to talk about his latest fights... his last six fights include "bouts" against Rocky Fielding and Avni Yildirim.

    Any questions?
    naoya had a broken face so we can expect him to have a couple of lesser opponents. my argument was that it's not big fight after big fight as you stated. michael d & jason m are not big fights. that was my point. the rest is just you changing the subject. no one said it's not a good streak. just not big fight after big fight like you stated. try to stay on track

    you those who know boxing



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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Thankfully Naoya Inoue eye injury has not been that serious and he has come through his recent fights with no issue.
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Thankfully Naoya Inoue eye injury has not been that serious and he has come through his recent fights with no issue.

    Even more to his credit and more ammo to the argument that he stands head and shoulders above Canelo and even Crawford in p4p arguments, which are flawed to begin with.

    Inoue doesn't wait for fighters to get old or exposed. Inoue doesn't f*ck around with catchweights. Inoue has traveled abroad and will continue to do so at the drop of a hat. Inoue has taken on a slew of championship-caliber fighters... AT THEIR PRIME. Inoue doesn't eat tainted cows. Inoue doesn't have custom gloves made for him.

    Shall I go on??

    Inoue began fighting credible opposition FOUR FIGHTS INTO HIS PRO CAREER.

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford


    "Next to" my ass. He's head and shoulders above both of them. He fights (and beats) elite fighter after elite fighter. He fights EVERYone. There's no prima donna bullshit... no crap promoter issues... just big fight after big fight.

    He's fought more elite opposition in the last couple of years than both of the others put together.

    Unfortunately... lower weights don't sell.

    Which is why p4p lists don't mean shit.
    michael d wasn't a big fight. jason m? naoya had a broken face so it's all gravy. but it's not big fight after big fight

    Naoya had a broken face so... "it's all gravy"? WTF does that mean and how does that support your argument? Never mind.

    Let's see...

    Naoya's last 6 opponents have been: MacDonnell, Payano, Rodriguez, Donaire, Moloney, and Dasmarinas.

    Save for Dasmarinas, all have either been world champions or fought for a world championship. Sounds like a pretty good streak to me.

    These are Naoya's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    Now let's compare with Canelo's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    His opponents had records of: 8-21-2..... 3-7-2..... 4-14-2..... 17-0-1..... 5-17-2..... and 21-2.

    If you want to talk about his latest fights... his last six fights include "bouts" against Rocky Fielding and Avni Yildirim.

    Any questions?
    naoya had a broken face so we can expect him to have a couple of lesser opponents. my argument was that it's not big fight after big fight as you stated. michael d & jason m are not big fights. that was my point. the rest is just you changing the subject. no one said it's not a good streak. just not big fight after big fight like you stated. try to stay on track

    you those who know boxing


    i know that michael d & jason m aren't big fight after big fight
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford


    "Next to" my ass. He's head and shoulders above both of them. He fights (and beats) elite fighter after elite fighter. He fights EVERYone. There's no prima donna bullshit... no crap promoter issues... just big fight after big fight.

    He's fought more elite opposition in the last couple of years than both of the others put together.

    Unfortunately... lower weights don't sell.

    Which is why p4p lists don't mean shit.
    michael d wasn't a big fight. jason m? naoya had a broken face so it's all gravy. but it's not big fight after big fight

    Naoya had a broken face so... "it's all gravy"? WTF does that mean and how does that support your argument? Never mind.

    Let's see...

    Naoya's last 6 opponents have been: MacDonnell, Payano, Rodriguez, Donaire, Moloney, and Dasmarinas.

    Save for Dasmarinas, all have either been world champions or fought for a world championship. Sounds like a pretty good streak to me.

    These are Naoya's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    Now let's compare with Canelo's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    His opponents had records of: 8-21-2..... 3-7-2..... 4-14-2..... 17-0-1..... 5-17-2..... and 21-2.

    If you want to talk about his latest fights... his last six fights include "bouts" against Rocky Fielding and Avni Yildirim.

    Any questions?
    naoya had a broken face so we can expect him to have a couple of lesser opponents. my argument was that it's not big fight after big fight as you stated. michael d & jason m are not big fights. that was my point. the rest is just you changing the subject. no one said it's not a good streak. just not big fight after big fight like you stated. try to stay on track

    you those who know boxing


    i know that michael d & jason m aren't big fight after big fight

    Compelling... adult... counter.

    Relax. Nobody here expects anything else from you.

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TIC View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    VIOLENCE Naoya Inoue is the ruthless, power-punching Japanese KO king who is fighting this weekend and sits in the pound-for-pound list next to Canelo Alvarez and Terence Crawford


    "Next to" my ass. He's head and shoulders above both of them. He fights (and beats) elite fighter after elite fighter. He fights EVERYone. There's no prima donna bullshit... no crap promoter issues... just big fight after big fight.

    He's fought more elite opposition in the last couple of years than both of the others put together.

    Unfortunately... lower weights don't sell.

    Which is why p4p lists don't mean shit.
    michael d wasn't a big fight. jason m? naoya had a broken face so it's all gravy. but it's not big fight after big fight

    Naoya had a broken face so... "it's all gravy"? WTF does that mean and how does that support your argument? Never mind.

    Let's see...

    Naoya's last 6 opponents have been: MacDonnell, Payano, Rodriguez, Donaire, Moloney, and Dasmarinas.

    Save for Dasmarinas, all have either been world champions or fought for a world championship. Sounds like a pretty good streak to me.

    These are Naoya's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    Now let's compare with Canelo's 16th through 21st pro fights.

    His opponents had records of: 8-21-2..... 3-7-2..... 4-14-2..... 17-0-1..... 5-17-2..... and 21-2.

    If you want to talk about his latest fights... his last six fights include "bouts" against Rocky Fielding and Avni Yildirim.

    Any questions?
    naoya had a broken face so we can expect him to have a couple of lesser opponents. my argument was that it's not big fight after big fight as you stated. michael d & jason m are not big fights. that was my point. the rest is just you changing the subject. no one said it's not a good streak. just not big fight after big fight like you stated. try to stay on track

    you those who know boxing


    i know that michael d & jason m aren't big fight after big fight

    Compelling... adult... counter.

    Relax. Nobody here expects anything else from you.
    i expect dumb statements from you but i'll still point them out. are michael d & jason m big fight after big fight?
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    can't answer chico bean? you can't look anymore stupid than you already do
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    just shows how dumb your statement was
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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    no

    just shows how much of a moronic parrot you are

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    Default Re: Naoya Inoue v Michael Dasmarinas 6/19 ESPN

    your failure to answer highlights your stupidity
    Apply shame. Apply fame. The crook and the flail.

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