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Jack 1000
post Jul 20 2012, 02:19 PM
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Hey All,

What's your take on the fight? I have a strong suspicion that because the WBC, specifically Jose Sulaiman, Bob Arum, and HBO are trying to make "The Son of a Legend" a star, is Martinez going to get shafted on the cards no matter what he does? The way that he has been treated, and the whole circumstances with the negative way Martinez has been treated by the powers that be, is boxing set for more bullshit if this goes to the cards? Does Sergio need a KO to won and do you think he knows this?

Or will the judges be fair and impartial in the wake of the Bradley-Pacquiao controversy and be fair? Or do we have nothing to worry about? How does your take of Chavez being protected influence your decision to buy the fight? Will you pay the approximate $55.00 PPV or wait for the replay?

I am going out on a limb and predicting A DRAW in a close fight! HBO and Lamply will have the pom-poms out for Chavez. The fight will be close enough to not say robbery, but not definitive enough for Martinez to win the victory. Unofficially, most will probably have it 116-112 to 115-113 or Sergio. Good action rounds, The judges will go 114-114, 115-113 Chavez, and 115-113 Chavez.

Sorry, but Sergio will not get any favors in close rounds and there will be close rounds. No way that Arum and the WBC are going to have "Son of a Legend" walk away as a loser. Yes, a fix on the cards is very possible IMO. Martinez MUST stop Chavez to win.

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