Luis Ortiz vs Razvan Cojanu

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Luis Ortiz vs Razvan Cojanu
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3
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Date: 
Saturday, July 28, 2018
Location: 
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Referee: 
Jerry Cantu

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Fan Cards: Luis Ortiz vs Razvan Cojanu


scorecard by HART
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
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scorecard by NF82
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
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scorecard by THEICEMANJDOG
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
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scorecard by MIKE25
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LUIS ORTIZ
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RAZVAN COJANU
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scorecard by HTTP
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
9
9


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
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9


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
9
9


scorecard by MATCHROOM
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
9
9


scorecard by TJK146114
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
9
9


scorecard by GOLD
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LUIS ORTIZ
10
10
RAZVAN COJANU
9
9


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I was expecting Ortiz to retire, he is 39, I don't think he is a steadily declining, young for his age 39 year old even though he's a heavyweight, and he is coming off a war which he lost brutally, but it looks like he isn't done yet. Ortiz should retire in my opinion, but he did great against Wilder, had Wilder in big trouble at one point, and based on that, you can see why he believes he can still be a world champion, if he earns a mandatory position. Ortiz wants the Wilder rematch, you can't blame him for chasing it, he must believe he was and still is well capable of beating Wilder and Joshua, he can still be a threat, a challenge at a high level if he stays active, even though he is only getting ,ore faded, and he took serious damage against Wilder.

I don't think this is a dangerous fight for Ortiz, I think it is an easy fight, he's fighting an opponent who is big, granted, but Cojanu is slow, poorly conditioned, and he has little power, he's tough, he has nothing to lose, not the sort of fighter to get intimated, Cojanu has some amateur experience, but he has no devent wins, and apart from Parker, it hasn't taken good fighters to beat him. Cojanu is a bit of a sparring partner, against Parker, he did well to even be there, he was just annoying for Parker and all the fans, might have landed one good right hand, but he just took what Parker threw at him, in a fight which Parker was absolutely terrible in. I think Cojanu is tough, has some experience, is good at being the opponent, he is big, he does have a good chin I think, but when you compare him to Luis Ortiz, he's poor, and that isn't harsh.

I don't think Cojanu can hurt Ortiz at all, he has nowhere near as much skill defensively, offensively, and I think in the early rounds, he'll just be there, be tough, but won't do any of the work, and won't really make Ortiz work either. I think round by round, Ortiz can out work Cojanu easily, if he wants to be more aggressive, he can hurt Cojanu, but it depends on Ortiz's mentality as well, if he aims for the stoppage, he break Cojanu down, attack him from head to body, and gradually take him apart, but it is easy in these stay busy fights, not to push it, to relent, and if Ortiz does that, I think this might go 10, and just be a lacklustre shutout win for Ortiz.

I think Ortiz will stop Cojanu, maybe in 8, not explosively, but he'll get him out of there.