The easy answer would be Broner as the victor, but for some reason, it's not coming that easy for me. I've seen Maidana in there with more skilled guys, and all I've seen is frustration and confusion on his end. Marcos hasn't been able to take a shot as good as he has in the past...he's been looking more and more vulnerable, maybe his body is asking him, "Man, this shit again? WTF's wrong with you?". Any smart man would question Broner's pop at 147...either it's not what it was at 30 or 35, or he had those first time jitters in his last fight. Who knows? As promised, I'll continue to go for the underdog for the remainder of this year, regardless of how obvious the outcome is. I have Maidana by surprise. Thurman/JSK:
Keith moves a lot for the WW that he is, so this wont be a Berto-type fight for JSK...he'll have to work. My only request is that he uses some freakin' head movement all night...not just when things get rough. He cuts easily, so I'll expect expect plenty of blood here. I think he gives Thurman problems, and that's only based on the performance that Chaves put on, which he didn't use a lot of movement. Keith may very struggle a bit here, or he could go in there and obliterate JSK, since he knows that a title shot is around the corner. If he wins tonight, he can give a huge thank you to San Diego. Santa Cruz/Seda:
Not sure if I've seen Seda fight...so I'll make sure I don't sort socks while it's on.