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18 Jul 2015 10:36 - 14 Sep 2015 16:07 #1 by Wazza
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Banged, not sure where he goes from here:

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18 Jul 2015 10:39 #2 by Mashie Niblick
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Big useless get. That's must be the end now, surely? Who wants to pay to watch that!?

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18 Jul 2015 10:43 - 18 Jul 2015 10:44 #3 by Wazza
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I considered going like, think cheapest ticket was 39 euros though so it put me off. Was on bloody pay per view on German SKY 12 euro early bird, 15 euro on fight day.

Think that will be that for him now yes.

Joshua may fight Teper now?
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18 Jul 2015 11:15 #4 by deer_dance
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Really hope they don't let Price near a boxing ring again. He looks glassy-eyed everytime he get's touched and seems incapable of defending himself.
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18 Jul 2015 11:53 #5 by Mashie Niblick
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More chance Joshua v Price, IMO.

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18 Jul 2015 11:56 #6 by Dancingbear
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Let's hope we don't have to put up with him as a ringside expert anymore. Worse than Fraudly Harrison ever was.

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18 Jul 2015 13:05 #7 by bluealf
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Never good to have a paper mache chin when you are a heavyweight boxer :pinch:

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18 Jul 2015 16:50 #8 by 007
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Thanks for posting the fight... Shocking really, Price was always going to get starched again, but surprised it was by Teper, a slow, walk forward and swing hooks type... no footwork, no head movement... did for Price though. Fell like a tree.
Couple more decent paydays as an opponent maybe... but thats it.

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18 Jul 2015 17:54 #9 by Stephen 68
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That is a bad knock out for Price, fail to see where he goes next., and if they put Price in with Joshua as Mashie says the BBB of C would be guilty of negligence.

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18 Jul 2015 18:43 #10 by huddersfieldcock
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A career on the doors in the Liverpool nightclub scene looks a good bet.
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18 Jul 2015 19:37 #11 by Stephen 68
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Price is the third British boxer that Teper has wiped out quickly, he KO'd both Rogan and Sprott in a round apiece.

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19 Jul 2015 01:00 #12 by huddersfieldcock
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Some good boxing on tonight. Thought quig did well and crolla was unlucky not to get the decision after the opponent losing points for low blows. Murray progressing well at super middleweight. Frampton involved in a good fight against a good unknown opponent who may do some damage later as only 21 yo.
Quig frampton must happen after tonight

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23 Jul 2015 18:41 - 23 Jul 2015 18:41 #13 by Wazza
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31 euros cheapest ticket for Fury fight later this year, cannot argue with that really.

Like to see him win me.
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23 Jul 2015 19:09 #14 by chesterviabothel
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Wazza wrote: 31 euros cheapest ticket for Fury fight later this year, cannot argue with that really.

Like to see him win me.


I wouldn't, I can't stand the bloke. Wouldn't want him to have the bragging rights for beating Klitschko.

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23 Jul 2015 23:28 #15 by huddersfieldcock
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Would love to see him win. Very unpredictable, not very refined and clumsy looking but there is something about him. Doesn't take himself seriously I think he is just taking the piss out of everyone for his own amusement. Proper character and there ain't many of them left in any sport.

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02 Aug 2015 00:16 #16 by huddersfieldcock
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Luke Campbell was class tonight against a gritty opponent. Onwards and upwards for this lad
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02 Aug 2015 13:09 #17 by deer_dance
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huddersfieldcock wrote: Luke Campbell was class tonight against a gritty opponent. Onwards and upwards for this lad


Think his lack of power will limit how far he goes.

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02 Aug 2015 13:25 #18 by Mashie Niblick
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Fell asleep near end of Brian Rose scrap. Thought he'd lose. Got up for work this morning and seen he'd won on points!! :ohmy:

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02 Aug 2015 15:43 #19 by huddersfieldcock
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deer_dance wrote:

huddersfieldcock wrote: Luke Campbell was class tonight against a gritty opponent. Onwards and upwards for this lad


Think his lack of power will limit how far he goes.


What makes you think he has a lack of power? Coyle was put down plenty times last night. A lot to be said for timing and speed.

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12 Sep 2015 22:03 #20 by Wazza
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Joshua in the 5th.

Who does he go for after tonight?

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13 Sep 2015 13:56 #21 by Stephen 68
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Probably Dillian Whyte next, dont think Hugie Fury would fight him. Maybe after that should he win, maybe a Derek Chisora or Steve Cunningham, both experienced but both beatable.

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13 Sep 2015 14:53 #22 by huddersfieldcock
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He needs to fight someone a class above the fodder put in front of him so far. That guy last night had never fought anyone inside the top 200. He looked terrified.
Dylian White is next and what I saw of him last night he will hit the canvass very quickly

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14 Sep 2015 09:45 - 14 Sep 2015 09:46 #23 by Wazza
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Just churning out the money I guess in the meantime huddscock. Can't see him leaving London for ages.

It will very interesting to see him fight someone with real experience because at the minute he looks like going very far.
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14 Sep 2015 16:00 #24 by Dancingbear
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Can you edit the thread title Wazza and just make it a boxing thread? David Price doesnt deserve his own thread.

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14 Sep 2015 16:22 #25 by Bluesmad
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Remember he's only 25 and has only fought 14 fights the last two against Kevin Johnson who had never been KO'd and Gary Cornish who was also undefeated in 21.

He's just solid a pure athlete who is that good and I fully expect him to dominate the heavyweight division for many years.

Being in Klitschko's camp for a while will stand him in good stead and I think he'll destroy Whyte. During their fracas the other day Joshua looked so composed whereas Whyte was wittering on like a school kid.

It's refreshing to see a humble boxer, I couldn't stand listening Haye and all the sh*te he talked.

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14 Sep 2015 16:28 #26 by Dancingbear
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I really dont know how they sell tickets to see him atm. Hes just that much better than the opposition hes been put in with so far. Hes 25 had 14 pro fights but has prob learned far more sparring than hes likely to learn fighting at the standard he has been. He definitely needs stepped up and soon.

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14 Sep 2015 16:51 #27 by ukblue
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There is no rush for Joshua. He really does look like he will go far. He still has a lot of ringcraft to learn though.. and he will have learnt a lot more fighting 14 lower ability opponents than what he gets in sparring.. there is no substitute for the real thing. People forget he doesn't have much amateur pedigree which is very strange for a British fighter.. you could point out he won the Olympic Gold but he wouldn't have got past the last 16 if it was held anywhere else. The Cuban Savon he fought was light years ahead of him and probably still is. There is no point him fighting someone like Fury or Chisora now... 2 lads he probably wouldn't beat yet but 2 lads who he will have a much better career than. If he loses once or twice he'll never get huge PPV buys in America... which he looks on course to get in maybe 3-5 years time. I'd give him at least 6-7 fights at similar opposition and try to get him a couple of fights in America and by that time Klitchko should be out of the picture and he'll be in a position where he should be too much for most of the division.

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14 Sep 2015 17:00 #28 by Dancingbear
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ukblue wrote: There is no rush for Joshua. He really does look like he will go far. He still has a lot of ringcraft to learn though.. and he will have learnt a lot more fighting 14 lower ability opponents than what he gets in sparring.. there is no substitute for the real thing. People forget he doesn't have much amateur pedigree which is very strange for a British fighter.. you could point out he won the Olympic Gold but he wouldn't have got past the last 16 if it was held anywhere else. The Cuban Savon he fought was light years ahead of him and probably still is. There is no point him fighting someone like Fury or Chisora now... 2 lads he probably wouldn't beat yet but 2 lads who he will have a much better career than. If he loses once or twice he'll never get huge PPV buys in America... which he looks on course to get in maybe 3-5 years time. I'd give him at least 6-7 fights at similar opposition and try to get him a couple of fights in America and by that time Klitchko should be out of the picture and he'll be in a position where he should be too much for most of the division.


Im pleased you arent his promoter then.

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14 Sep 2015 17:03 #29 by huddersfieldcock
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Weather he has experience in amateur or not he needs stepped up and that dilian white won't last long in the ring with AJ the way he leaves himself open. Chisora would be a good opponent and if AJ looses to him then he ain't the real deal I'm afraid. But I have no doubt he'd deal with chisora and knock him out.
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14 Sep 2015 17:11 #30 by ukblue
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Dancingbear wrote:

ukblue wrote: There is no rush for Joshua. He really does look like he will go far. He still has a lot of ringcraft to learn though.. and he will have learnt a lot more fighting 14 lower ability opponents than what he gets in sparring.. there is no substitute for the real thing. People forget he doesn't have much amateur pedigree which is very strange for a British fighter.. you could point out he won the Olympic Gold but he wouldn't have got past the last 16 if it was held anywhere else. The Cuban Savon he fought was light years ahead of him and probably still is. There is no point him fighting someone like Fury or Chisora now... 2 lads he probably wouldn't beat yet but 2 lads who he will have a much better career than. If he loses once or twice he'll never get huge PPV buys in America... which he looks on course to get in maybe 3-5 years time. I'd give him at least 6-7 fights at similar opposition and try to get him a couple of fights in America and by that time Klitchko should be out of the picture and he'll be in a position where he should be too much for most of the division.


Im pleased you arent his promoter then.


Eddie Hearn will do exactly what I've just said above. He will fight Whyte next, which will be promoted as a huge grudge match.. followed by similar opposition for 4-5 fights, although he will be fighting on a regular basis. He'll fight someone like Tony Thompson or Andy Ruiz by the end of the next year which will be his next step up. If you think his promoter will try to get him a shot against Wilder, Tyson Fury, Klitschko or even Chisora, Potevkin or Chagaev in his next 6-7 fights you will be very disappointed.

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14 Sep 2015 17:39 #31 by Dancingbear
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Is White not a step up on his last opponent?. Im not saying he should get a title fight right away but he should be fighting and comfortably beating the likes of Chisora very soon. Just had a look at Lennox Lewis fights from his 15th up. Was that level not a bit better than youd have Joshua facing :-

22-0-0 Donovon Ruddock Won TKO Round 2
21-0-0 Mike Dixon Won TKO Round 4
20-0-0 Derek Williams Won TKO Round 3
19-0-0 Levi Billups Won UD 10 Rounds
18-0-0 Tyrell Biggs Won TKO Round 3
17-0-0 Glen McCrory Won KO Round 2
16-0-0 Mike Weaver Won KO Round 6
15-0-0 Gary Mason Won TKO Round 7

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14 Sep 2015 17:44 #32 by Wazza
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I reckon he would be about 1to3 to fight Chisora in his next 8 fights pal to be fair.

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14 Sep 2015 17:51 #33 by Wazza
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Is it nailed on Chisora fights Teper next?

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14 Sep 2015 17:56 #34 by Dancingbear
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What price would you mark him up against Chisora now? I reckon hed prob be 1/3 prob even shorter.

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14 Sep 2015 18:00 #35 by Dancingbear
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Wazza wrote: Is it nailed on Chisora fights Teper next?


Hes mandatory i think. Interestingly Teper has had around the same number of fights as Joshua.

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14 Sep 2015 18:06 #36 by Wazza
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Probs 1to4 area.

www.boxingnewsonline.net/anthony-joshua-...-and-deontay-wilder/

Not sure how accurate that market would be but it suggests Chisora ain't too far off.

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14 Sep 2015 18:09 #37 by ukblue
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That's interesting the list of Lewis fights... that was at the time the worst quality the heavyweight division had ever been... but it's still a lot better than it is now.

It's hard to find an opponent who isn't a step up on his last opponent... but Whyte definitely isn't a step up on Kevin Johnson.. I think it will be a good few fights yet before he makes a decent step up.. he'll get a few defences of his Commonwealth belt in first... maybe fight over on a Sauerland promotion and maybe get a fight or 2 in America.. I really think Joshua looks like he will be very good... I just presumed from your comment about me not being his promoter that your opinion was like a lot I've read this weekend.. ie. he should be fighting the very best very soon. Sorry pal probably read that wrong..

Not sure if Chisora is matched yet? I'll look later.. He's not ranked in the top 15 I don't think in any organisation... it's a big risk if he took the fight on now with a lot to lose and not much to win.. but yes maybe in his next 8 fights you could realistically see it.. and you would expect Joshua to win..

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14 Sep 2015 18:19 #38 by Dancingbear
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Yeah i thought you were meaning 6 or 7 like the guy he fought on saturday. Hes 1/25 to beat Whyte, i really dont think another 6 or 7 fights against people at that price is gonna be of that much benefit. Just looked at the rankings the WBC only have 3 above him.

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14 Sep 2015 18:22 #39 by Wazza
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Price was a bloody short price v Tony Thompson first fight mind, lad I know who is a boxing trader won about 4k off calling that he would do him.

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14 Sep 2015 18:49 - 14 Sep 2015 18:50 #40 by Waterworks
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Anybody give Fury a a chance against Klitschko?

Amazing to think Cornish took 6 weeks off work and lasted a minute and a half. Shows the difference between 1. A full time athlete and 2. In my opinion a world class boxer, also Whyte said he was meant to fight Cornish on Saturday night but Cornish took the Joshua fight so probably will be his best career pay day, not bad for a joiner!

I think the problem for Eddie Hearn in regards to Joshua is there is not many boxers in between the poor and best in the rankings section, think he will beat Whyte have one more defence against a chisora type, then pushing for somebody with a world belt. If Fury does beat Klitschko I would imagine they will be setting him up to fight Joshua, in what would be the biggest Heavyweight tittle match in the UK for awhile.

Can't remember the two names but felt sorry for the fighter that hurt his back then the other guy pounced on him and the ref stopped it, other guy was going over the top as if it was a legitimate knock out.
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14 Sep 2015 20:14 #41 by Mashie Niblick
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Hope Dillian Whyte knocks his head off!

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16 Sep 2015 09:12 - 16 Sep 2015 09:16 #42 by Wazza
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Not been confirmed yet but Abraham v Martin Murray would be alright in Hannover on November 21st NMC.
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20 Sep 2015 16:08 #43 by CCU
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25 Sep 2015 13:37 #45 by huddersfieldcock
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Fury must be pissed right off with opponents pulling out. Was looking forward to that, seems to me klit doesn't want the fight

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25 Sep 2015 13:47 #46 by Wazza
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In Cologne for a weekend end of Feb, hoping they may hold it then.

Think Fury has got in his head a bit to be honest.

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25 Sep 2015 13:51 #47 by huddersfieldcock
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The batman thing must have really messed his head the big shithouse
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25 Sep 2015 14:25 #48 by CunningStunt
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Fury fight is off, Wlad injured is calm due to be rescheduled in the next week

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02 Nov 2015 19:33 #49 by CCU
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Frampton v Quigg on Sat 27th Feb. What the sport is all about this one...

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03 Nov 2015 15:28 #50 by Stephen 68
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Yes, definitely, fancying Quigg for an upset, Frampton was a bit shaky in his last fight.

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