In Rusty’s Corner

Rusty Rubin is the editor of website and author of three acclaimed boxing books 윈도우7 영문 언어팩 다운로드! “Woozel, Boxing and Me”, “Off the Canvas” and “Billy Soose, the Champion Time Forgot” co-authored by Tom Donelson.

One very big fight this weekend, for the IBF middleweight title…Arthur Abraham will be the hometown favorite against a strong and game Raul Marquez 그린 마일.

Abraham goes into this fight a heavy favorite, but in boxing there is no such animal as a ‘sure thing’. Granted, in Germany, if the fight goes to a decision, there is little that Marquez can do to win 다운로드. And while Marquez can box, Abraham is an excellent boxer with a bit more speed.

That leaves only one legit way Marquez can win, and that’s via the KO route. Abraham has shown no signs of cutting, so a TKO would be a stretch. But, Raul Marquez can punch.

The odds say that Abraham, who can bang, should have little trouble with Marquez, but this is one fight where I lean to the heavier hitter. Marquez has shown good power at times and if I were to wager on this contest, it would be Marquez by KO.

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