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> (Ponce de Leon Vs. Velez) Vs. Mares/ Donaire Vs. Rigondeaux
Marcus
post Feb 10 2013, 11:44 AM
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Do you guys think Cotto is setting up his future superstar to get slaughtered against Ponce? How do you guys see this fight going? I like Velez but I'm not to sold on him just yet. I think Ponce will be to slick/experienced/clever for him. What do you guys think?
If Ponce wins this fight which i think he will i think he will be to much for Mares, but how do you guys see Velez vs. Mares turning out?

As for Donaire vs. Rigo I think this fight is actually the best fight to be made at super bantamweight. I like Mares but he is over rated and Donaire would embarrass him. I think Rigo is capable of beating Donaire and that fight could go either way.
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Cheesey1
post Feb 14 2013, 07:26 PM
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I agree, if Donaire beats 'El Chacal' then I will gladly agree that he's one of the best. I'm sticking with Rigondeaux to be victorious!

Rigo. apparently changed his trainer to Cotto's trainer, whom I'm pretty sure Rigondeaux has trained with before because they were both part of the Cuban amateur system.

As long as having a new trainer doesn't mess with' el Chacal's' natural style, then I think he will be more dangerous. Better movement combined with that laserlike accuracy of the Cuban, good stuff.

Donaire's going to bring his A game so it should be a real treat. Some quality boxing should be on display (might end up being a very technical bout).

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