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It wasn’t hard to see the upset that I gave out in my last column 마리오 카트 8. This week an upset win is harder to see.
American Olympian Andre Ward is fighting in his hometown of Oakland, California, and his opponent is not a big puncher 3ds max 2018 download. I just can’t see any major problems for him on June 19th.
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Greene has fought seven times more than Ward, so he’s far from a pushover. At 6’2”, he’s got a slight height advantage over Ward, but it’s negated because they both have the same reach.
All things being equal, Wards big advantage is the home-cooking that Oakland provides. Not seeing any chance of a knockout here, you have to believe that the judges will be scoring every close round for him.
Ward by unanimous decision.
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