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> Diego Corrales vs Edwin Rosario.., Two big punchers at lightweight...
PR316
post Nov 23 2009, 04:16 PM
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I think this is an absolute WAR!!!!... Two very hard hitting fellas that I think would just go at it. Even though Corrales was boxing more at lightweight, for the most part he just wanted to fight. A little too much IMO. I think that would cost him against Chapo.


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post Nov 23 2009, 08:22 PM
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Chapo was a brutal puncher one of the hardest hitting LW of all time but he could box aswell when needed. I still remember that left hook that forever changed Hector Camachos style of fighting from a great boxer/puncher to a runner.

Rosario/Corrales would have been a war no doubt about but Chapo was a little more well rounded and and more importantly had the better chin.

Rosario in 5.
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post Nov 24 2009, 01:25 PM
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I could see similiarites to Corrales Castillo here but Rosario knew how to box better than Castillo and he could step back and take a break if hurt whereas Castillo just stayed right in the hitting range.

I could see them trading knockdowns in this fight.
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