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Rovin wrote:used to watch d championship fights of big names back in d late 80s & early 90s when we only had local tv so no choice but to watch what was showing or turn it off & listen to radio or read newspapers
since 4rin tv & d interwebz came out i loss interest in it ...
Soul Collector wrote:Bruhhhhh, I can't keep up with you nuh wtf
18 years old you say I thought they were going to flatten the guy and fight on top his corpse yes.... they looking serious. Way more entertaining than some of the press conferences I've seen before, lol
Soul Collector wrote:MD, nice to see another boxing fan! Took in the Loma bout. Not a fan/follower of Tank Davis so I didn't bother posting up his fight lol.
Loma came out in fine style. Can't recall seeing Nakatani before but he just came across as flat footed and awkward in his transitions from the inside. Loma did the usual, creating those sweet angles even from on the inside not really giving Nakatani a chance to do anything. Loma just has a way of making good fighters look like nothing, completely neutralizing them in a sense.
ruffneck_12 wrote:dem men from Tajikistan dawg. Smack dab between the middle east and russia. So you know dem men HARD
The one on the right is also a singer and have more vocal range than Drake
This rabbit hole goes DEEP dawg
MDtuner70 wrote:Both fan and participator of the ring dance.
I adore it. No other type of adrenaline release compares.
Agreed on Loma, he is amazing to watch. Nakatani isn't bad, don't watch him slight. Try to watch the fight highlights between Nakatani and Teofirmo Lopez. If you like Loma, u will know who Teofirmo is lol. Teofirmo won his fight against Loma few mths back. That's also an excellent rewatch.
Again, make sure to watch the highlights from Gervonta Davis's fight... trust I man, Gervonta may very well be the next Floyd.
I love Loma's style, he is currently my favourite boxer, but Gervonta very close behind. Talk about fireball pace from those two...