QUOTE (BoxingStill#1 @ Nov 12 2011, 11:24 AM)
I had Judah damn near ahead of him until the stoppage
I was wishing
the same thing while I yelled at Judah through the tv for 5 rounds
QUOTE (bnoles4life @ Nov 12 2011, 12:04 PM)
We (myself included) talk about Victor's mental state, but why are we actin' punch drunk and not realizing that Khan's psyche is seemingly a bit fragile as well. I mean, am I the only one who remembers Breidis Prescott and noticed that Khan/Roach haven't looked to excise that demon?
Well Khan verbally expressed his interest in fighting Prescott, but Im not sure that actually means that he wants to. Its somewhat of a high risk, with a low reward. Maybe he said he wanted to fight, just because it sounded good to the fans
QUOTE (Allmenjoi8 @ Nov 12 2011, 01:53 PM)
Khan vs. Ortiz would make more money. How will Ortiz come back from the "sucker" punch May landed on him? WIll Ortiz headbutt again or will he fight like he did against Berto. Can Khan stand the power of Victor or will his chin collaspe like the World Trade? Berto has to rebuild his name. Now if he beats Ortiz and looks damn good doing it, then I would say bring on Khan. Hell there is your undercard to May 5th.
Ortiz was using his head the whole time in the Berto fight, but who am I to judge? I truly dont believe Berto lost much in the Ortiz fight, though he got his ass handed to him. Ig anything, both of their stocks raised after the fight, because Berto did put up a fight. If Berto beats Ortiz in January, then he could very well be next for FMJ on May 5th.
An undercard would probably end up being Ortiz/Khan, right before the May/Berto fight...depending on how January goes and who FMJ feels like fighting. Thats usually how it goes...the winner of the fight RIGHT before the main event on a PPV card is usually next for the winner of the main event...depending on how the promoters decide to work it out.