Among those expected to be inducted are Mike Tyson, Julio Cesar Chavez, Kostya Tszyu, referee Joe Cortez and a few others 삼성 dex 다운로드.
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Sometimes it is said that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks 40 넋. Not that he’s old (or a dog) but Michael Katsidis at 30, is a prime example of this. Check his record, and then check his record against southpaws. It’s something worthy of note 큐시트 양식 다운로드.
I take nothing away from Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero, 28, who pretty much out-boxed Katsidis in every round, indicating his past personnel trouble may be far behind him 다운로드.
Two fights this week worth commenting on, both important contests.
The first, from Foxwoods, features Andre Berto, a U.S. Olympian, who record equals his age 다운로드. He’s 27-0 (27) and 27 years old as well. The only negative would be is that he doesn’t seem to have one-punch knockout power.
This fight is for the WBC welterweight crown 다운로드.
At 5’8” he just might need one against tough Victor Ortiz. A strong southpaw who sports a 20-1 mark with twenty coming by way of the knockout 윈도우 10 어도비 플래시 수동 다운로드. He seems to have the one-punch power to go with his southpaw style.
And, making a case for Ortiz is the fact that his only loss was a DQ (not Dairy Queen) against Maidana, who beat Erik Morales last weekend 가요 미디 파일.
Not an easy fight to call by any means, but I’ll take the more polished Berto to take a close decision.
The other bout worthy of note is a junior welter affair that features Amir Khan, 24-1 (17) who will have a height and reach advantage against southpaw Paul McClosky 22-0, (12) 윈도우 8 1 정품 다운로드. The fight is in the UK, so there’s no clear home court advantage for either fighter.
At 24, Khan is seven years younger than McClosky and seems to have a reach advantage as well 자두 김밥 다운로드.
This fight from the UK has a lot of people wondering just how good Khan is, and I think we’re going to find out on Saturday.
Boxing lost a few names this week with the passing of Gil Clancy, 88, Virgil Akins and Tiny Beilfuss.
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