In Rusty’s Corner

Rusty Rubin is a veteran boxing writer

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Williams, a tall, 28 year old southpaw, with a huge reach and a solid chin takes on a foe who is two years older, prefers to fight inside, and who gives up eight inches in reach as well as two inches in height 배틀그라운드 컴퓨터.

Williams, 38-1, is a counter puncher, who has a bit of an awkward style, and hasn’t really shown the ability to develop a great jab, considering his reach of 82” 클레어의 카메라 다운로드. His only loss was to Carlos Quintana.

Cintron also has a solid chin to go along with a 32-2-1 record. The trick here is to get inside the long arms of Williams and take advantage of experience, which is why Cintron has a chance to pull this one out 매킨토시.

Williams has looked better since moving up to light middleweight and that also should give him an edge by fighting at a more natural weight.

This could be a very exciting fight, but it also has the potential to be a one-sided boring event. I’ll predict an exciting battle, particularly into the later rounds, and stick with Williams to take a hard-fought decision.

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