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> Sergio Martinez vs. Lucas Mattysse vs. Marcos Maidana... Who impresses you more? [poll question]
Lucas Mattysse vs. Sergio Martinez vs. Marcos Maidana
Who impresses you more?
Sergio Martinez [ 8 ] ** [53.33%]
Lucas Mattysse [ 5 ] ** [33.33%]
Marcos Maidana [ 2 ] ** [13.33%]
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Gambit808
post Jun 26 2012, 01:08 PM
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Unofficially to me, this guy Mattysse is still undefeated, could have had his signature wins over either Zab Judah or Devon Alexander but to those who witness it knows what happend there. In my eyes he's the hardest puncher at 140 and a fight against Marcos Maidana would solidify that if his record does not already.
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sduck
post Jun 26 2012, 01:17 PM
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In this order Matthysse, Martinez, Maidana.... But why these three specifically? Is Maidana also from Argentina?
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post Jun 26 2012, 01:26 PM
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QUOTE (sduck @ Jun 26 2012, 02:17 PM) *
In this order Matthysse, Martinez, Maidana.... But why these three specifically? Is Maidana also from Argentina?

Yup, I guess I can dub it "battle of the argentines" or something. They don't really have as strong of a fan base in the U.S. like how Mexicans, puerto ricans or even phillipino's do, but they can be as entertaining if not more entertaining to watch. Just wanna know which out of the 3 has a bigger fan base to be honest
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Plah
post Jun 26 2012, 02:35 PM
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Sergio, Lucas. Marcos.
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leonthegee
post Jun 26 2012, 04:50 PM
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Luc-has fought the better comp and has been involved in some tough desicions.
Serg-been on a nice run
Maidana-a nice win over Ortiz, a washed up Morales, and not much else.
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post Jun 26 2012, 06:48 PM
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sergio martinez by a country mile...

he's blazed a pretty good trail with wins over williams, pavlik, dzinziruk, cintron (twice), and the brits who's names i can't recall.

if he beats chavez jr...with all the odds stacked against him...i'll be very impressed.
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post Jun 26 2012, 09:48 PM
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QUOTE (leonthegee @ Jun 26 2012, 05:50 PM) *
Luc-has fought the better comp and has been involved in some tough desicions.

Leon, I would have to disagree with this statement. If you think about it, Maidana has been fed to more than a few good fighters. Ortiz, Kotlenik, Alexander, Corley (gatekeeper), Khan, and Morales. I believe the Khan fight was FOTY for 2010, dont quote me on that though. The Morales fight was a big fight. The Ortiz fight was an upset.

As for Matthysse, he's fought the likes of Corley (gatekeeper), Judah, Alexander, and he just had a fight with Soto. Now, had he fought Morales last Sept. while Erik was still a hot ticket (right after the Maidana fight), then this discussion could possibly be a bit different.

Im a Maidana fan til the end! I pick him over Matthysse and Martinez because he's better at mounting an offense, rather than Matthysse who starts slow and hopes to counter, and Sergio who waits to counter but jabs and tries to land one punch at a time until his opponent slows down a bit.
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post Jun 28 2012, 11:05 AM
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QUOTE (daprofessor @ Jun 26 2012, 07:48 PM) *
sergio martinez by a country mile...

he's blazed a pretty good trail with wins over williams, pavlik, dzinziruk, cintron (twice), and the brits who's names i can't recall.

if he beats chavez jr...with all the odds stacked against him...i'll be very impressed.

Agreed. I like Matthyse and Maidana, but Sergio's definitely the best of the Argentines and, for me, one of the best currently boxing.
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post Jun 28 2012, 08:27 PM
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QUOTE (Cheesey1 @ Jun 28 2012, 12:05 PM) *
Agreed. I like Matthyse and Maidana, but Sergio's definitely the best of the Argentines and, for me, one of the best currently boxing.


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post Jun 28 2012, 08:31 PM
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My question is, between Maidana and Martinez, who gets more credit for being a monster? Does Maidana get it for his upset over Ortiz, or does Martinez get it for laying out P. Willy? Who got more respect when they came to the U.S., Martinez or Maidana?
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