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Jack 1000
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Jack 1000
Broner by late TKO in the 10th. He will come in overweight and with a little help from Delahoya and Hayman along with the HBO pom-poms will win with the extra weight as a factor. I sense a possible premature stoppage for some reason. I think Demarco will have to dominate to win on the cards anyway. It will be a good fight. But there will be some controversy in favor of the cheerleading fighter.

Jack
Cshel86
QUOTE (Jack 1000 @ Nov 15 2012, 06:53 AM) *
Broner by late TKO in the 10th. He will come in overweight and with a little help from Delahoya and Hayman along with the HBO pom-poms will win with the extra weight as a factor. I sense a possible premature stoppage for some reason. I think Demarco will have to dominate to win on the cards anyway. It will be a good fight. But there will be some controversy in favor of the cheerleading fighter.

I don't believe Broner comes in overweight for this one. They knew earlier that week, that Broner wasn't going to make weight for the Escebedo fight. If he happens to come in overweight for this one, the same thing will happen as it did in July...DeMarco will be offered money that only a fool would walk away from.
Cshel86
With the chin that DeMarco has shown over time, whatever Broner plans on doing, should be done early. We saw Linares go down because of lack of power. Not only that, but ended up sustaining cuts that costed him his vision during the fight. So no power, horrible vision, and strong guy who can outlast you and knock you out...bad recipe.

I think Broner has the power to make his stand in this fight, but so does DeMarco...he just lacks the ring IQ to get it done early or against somebody that moves. Had Linares not been cut so bad, he would've won on points alone.

I see this as a victory for Broner, but I'm not so sure he KO's DeMarco. I felt the same way about Lara in the Martirosyan and Hernandez fight. DeMarco will probably fair better than we expect. I hear all of these guys on the web and on radio shows, saying that Broner will "massacre", "decapitate", "murder", DeMarco...but didn't people predict the same outcome for Mayweather/Cotto, Chavez/Martinez, Donaire/Vasquez Jr?

I hear people saying, "Uh uh, yeah man, go back and look at the DeMarco/Valero fight". Whatever dumbass, I've seen the fight already, cut the bullshit. most folks have hardly seen any of Valero's fight, let alone DeMarco's, but yet they'll run their mouth about that, and give Broner the victory. Fact is, that was 2 years ago...we never know what DeMarco has in store for Saturday night.

Life is always great for the underdog, when it comes to boxing. Hell, it's a great position for any situation. laugh.gif

No official prediction from me...I just have this gut feeling that Broner wont have the easiest night in the world, but certainly not the hardest fight either.
leonthegee
I expect Broner to win by TKO around the 8th round. Broners got the skills and hes heavy handed. I think he walks down DeMarco and beats him up.
daprofessor
QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Nov 15 2012, 01:25 PM) *
With the chin that DeMarco has shown over time, whatever Broner plans on doing, should be done early. We saw Linares go down because of lack of power. Not only that, but ended up sustaining cuts that costed him his vision during the fight. So no power, horrible vision, and strong guy who can outlast you and knock you out...bad recipe.

I think Broner has the power to make his stand in this fight, but so does DeMarco...he just lacks the ring IQ to get it done early or against somebody that moves. Had Linares not been cut so bad, he would've won on points alone.

I see this as a victory for Broner, but I'm not so sure he KO's DeMarco. I felt the same way about Lara in the Martirosyan and Hernandez fight. DeMarco will probably fair better than we expect. I hear all of these guys on the web and on radio shows, saying that Broner will "massacre", "decapitate", "murder", DeMarco...but didn't people predict the same outcome for Mayweather/Cotto, Chavez/Martinez, Donaire/Vasquez Jr?

I hear people saying, "Uh uh, yeah man, go back and look at the DeMarco/Valero fight". Whatever dumbass, I've seen the fight already, cut the bullshit. most folks have hardly seen any of Valero's fight, let alone DeMarco's, but yet they'll run their mouth about that, and give Broner the victory. Fact is, that was 2 years ago...we never know what DeMarco has in store for Saturday night.

Life is always great for the underdog, when it comes to boxing. Hell, it's a great position for any situation. laugh.gif

No official prediction from me...I just have this gut feeling that Broner wont have the easiest night in the world, but certainly not the hardest fight either.


ditto.

thanks for saving me the trouble of having to type all of this out. laugh.gif
Marcus
Broner has displayed good ring intelligence no question... but with whom was it displayed? How could you say he has the power when he hasn't fought anyone capable of taking punches besides Ponce. Every prospect has power, boxing IQ, and speed when they're on the come up fighting bums. Saturday night we will find out who Broner really is, how he will fare. We will see how his speed and power looks compared to DeMarco's. Until then cut the power talk. I predict Broner will win by a close decision and I wouldn't be surprised if we see a Broner-DeMarco II. The biggest advantages Broner has are his weight and Al Haymon.
Cshel86
QUOTE (Marcus @ Nov 15 2012, 06:42 PM) *
Broner has displayed good ring intelligence no question... but with whom was it displayed? How could you say he has the power when he hasn't fought anyone capable of taking punches besides Ponce. Every prospect has power, boxing IQ, and speed when they're on the come up fighting bums. Saturday night we will find out who Broner really is, how he will fare. We will see how his speed and power looks compared to DeMarco's. Until then cut the power talk. I predict Broner will win by a close decision and I wouldn't be surprised if we see a Broner-DeMarco II. The biggest advantages Broner has are his weight and Al Haymon.

Thank you! Haven't people even seen Chavez/Martinez? Chavez was bigger, but slower and powerful...had he played his cards right, he would've stopped Sergio. Having speed, power, and movement....means shit against a Mexican fighter. Cant wait til Saturday! LOL
mitukczuk
QUOTE (Cshel86 @ Nov 16 2012, 12:48 AM) *
Thank you! Haven't people even seen Chavez/Martinez? Chavez was bigger, but slower and powerful...had he played his cards right, he would've stopped Sergio. Having speed, power, and movement....means shit against a Mexican fighter. Cant wait til Saturday! LOL


Taylor / Chavez anyone ? Good point, C'.

I got Broner winning a controversial UD.
Jack 1000
QUOTE (mitukczuk @ Nov 16 2012, 12:53 AM) *
Taylor / Chavez anyone ? Good point, C'.

I got Broner winning a controversial UD.


If it goes to the cards. That is what I see as well. There's too much politics with Al Hayman and Delahoya at HBO controlling Boner, and that almost always seems to influence the judges in close rounds. I do think Broner stops Demarco late. But Adrien is the one for whom the pom-poms will be shaking.

Jack
Jack 1000
OFFICIALS CHOSEN FOR BRONER-DEMARCO

The Broner-DeMarco officials are referee Benjy Esteves, with judges Alejandro Rochin, Steven Weisfeld and John Stewart.

A Mexican judge and two Jersey locals. The best Demarco gets is losing a split decision.

Source: http://ringtv.craveonline.com/blog/175897-lems-latest

Jack
checkleft
QUOTE (Marcus @ Nov 15 2012, 06:42 PM) *
Broner has displayed good ring intelligence no question... but with whom was it displayed? How could you say he has the power when he hasn't fought anyone capable of taking punches besides Ponce. Every prospect has power, boxing IQ, and speed when they're on the come up fighting bums. Saturday night we will find out who Broner really is, how he will fare. We will see how his speed and power looks compared to DeMarco's. Until then cut the power talk. I predict Broner will win by a close decision and I wouldn't be surprised if we see a Broner-DeMarco II. The biggest advantages Broner has are his weight and Al Haymon.

I wouldn't go as far as calling escobedo a bum (medalist, former champ, overall B maybe B- fighter) but broner did have all the advantages in that fight and he has had them in most of his fights in terms of talent.

I like how chels put it earlier, demarco has been stopped before but that was a long time ago and this definitely is not the same demarco. Same with broner w/ the ponce fight, in that fight he had not developed his defense (high guard no upper body movement and little to no shell defense) and didn't seem to want to let his hands go very much. He is definitely not the same fighter either. And no knock on demarco but he has been in w/ a few overrated guys himself (molina, linares).

I think broners speed will be too much and will eventually end it in w/ a late Tko after demarco gives him a couple of early scares w/ his power.

P.s. Im suspecting that some body work on broners behalf will play a big part in the fight, against him as well as for him..
Cshel86
QUOTE (daprofessor @ Nov 15 2012, 02:18 PM) *
ditto.

thanks for saving me the trouble of having to type all of this out. laugh.gif

laugh.gif

QUOTE (Marcus @ Nov 15 2012, 06:42 PM) *
Broner has displayed good ring intelligence no question... but with whom was it displayed? How could you say he has the power when he hasn't fought anyone capable of taking punches besides Ponce. Every prospect has power, boxing IQ, and speed when they're on the come up fighting bums. Saturday night we will find out who Broner really is, how he will fare. We will see how his speed and power looks compared to DeMarco's. Until then cut the power talk. I predict Broner will win by a close decision and I wouldn't be surprised if we see a Broner-DeMarco II. The biggest advantages Broner has are his weight and Al Haymon.

I can lean on this assessment as well. I believe that Haymon is still earning his keep, in regards to his fighters winning controversial decisions...not sure if he's there yet. Golden Boy is getting their share of winning controversial decisions, having bad refs, and so forth.

QUOTE (checkleft @ Nov 16 2012, 03:54 AM) *
I wouldn't go as far as calling escobedo a bum (medalist, former champ, overall B maybe B- fighter) but broner did have all the advantages in that fight and he has had them in most of his fights in terms of talent.

I like how chels put it earlier, demarco has been stopped before but that was a long time ago and this definitely is not the same demarco. Same with broner w/ the ponce fight, in that fight he had not developed his defense (high guard no upper body movement and little to no shell defense) and didn't seem to want to let his hands go very much. He is definitely not the same fighter either. And no knock on demarco but he has been in w/ a few overrated guys himself (molina, linares).

I think broners speed will be too much and will eventually end it in w/ a late Tko after demarco gives him a couple of early scares w/ his power.

P.s. Im suspecting that some body work on broners behalf will play a big part in the fight, against him as well as for him..

Thanks Check. You brought up a good point about Broner's body work...the best thing for DeMarco to do is walk him down and try to turn him. DeMarco has shared the ring with Valero, and has had his share of fast fighters (Linares)...haven't seen that on Adrien's behalf yet. Still cant wait to see this one!
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