Danny Jacobs vs Sergiy Derevyanchenko Scorecard by Champion97


scorecard by CHAMPION97
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DANIEL JACOBS
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114
SERGIY DEREVYANCHENKO
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113

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How was the fight? I totally forgot about this one.

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Great man, Derevyanchenko came to win, did very well, deserved not to lose a UD, wouldn't have argued if he'd won, but Jacobs did brilliant, boxed better than he did against Sulecki. You been keeping up with WBSS?

I'll have to check it out soon, the highlights I saw looked pretty good. I've been watching here and there. I started Manny Rodriguez vs Jason Maloney, I have it 5-1 so far. I can't wait to see him fight Inoue next, that should be a great fight. What do you think of that fight?

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Great match up, that's what's great about a tournament, it gets more competitive as it goes on, no possibility of ducking, no bad politics, the best have to fight the best. I think Inoue is phenomenal, I thought Payano would go 12, wasn't sure, but I thought he would stick around, but Inoue just blasted him out, his boxing hasn't really been tested yet at this level, but his punching ability, devastating power, but ability to set up the finish, timing, accuracy, outstanding. Rodriguez is better than anyone Inoue has fought, and it will be interesting to see if he can test Inoue, make him need to use more technical ability, but I think Inoue is still too good. The tournament is great, especially at 118, Tete was fairly disappointing in his last fight, I expected a much wider win against a professionally inexperienced Aloyan, expected it to be a landslide, and it wasn't, but Tete has started training with Mayweather Sr, so he must think he can do better than he did against Aloyan, we'll see, Tete is not young, Burnett, Nery (he isn't in the WBSS but still), Rodriguez, Inoue, are in their primes if not still improving, Tete is probably declining now, but still, I think Tete is underrated. Also, on Saturday, Burnett vs Donaire, what do you make of that fight?, and can Donaire make 118 and rehydrate?, if so, does he beat Burnett?, or is he too old and too far past it?

That's why I love the tournament style in boxing, it's hard to avoid anyone, and the politics are sorted out before the tournament even starts. You get the best vs the best. Even though Inoue has looked better then Rodriguez as of late, but this will be a test for Inoue. I think that Inoue's power and boxing ability will win him this fight. I saw that Burnett suffered an unfortunate injury against Donaire and ended up losing. How do you see Tete vs Donaire going? I haven't made a prediction on the fight yet but I think it makes for an interesting fight. I really haven't watched the crusierweight one because it all ready happened with the original best cruiserweights.

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You can say that again, unfortunate in an understatement, very unlikely occurrence, but that was a major injury, shades of Darren Barker against Felix Sturm. Same as you man, I'd have to think about it.

Will he ever come back from it?

Also how do you see Pacquiao vs Broner going?

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Very good question, I think he might, but another question is, will he recover, because unless he 100% recovers, or 95%, it will always hold him back. He is going to need special, very expensive surgery, would work in terms of going through life, lifting cardboard boxes without trouble, but whether or not it can be repaired well enough for him to do what he was capable of before, as a boxer, is another question.

50/50 fight, Pacquiao is better than Broner, but Broner is 29, he's experienced, still young, Pacquiao is 40. I think the fight depends mostly on whether or not Broner can hold centre ring, but if Pacquiao can back him up, Pacquiao wins. What do you think?

I guess we'll wait and see. I can't wait to see the Inoue fight, and the Tete one as well.

I think Pacquiao wins it to be honest, I always want to believe he has a chance in big fights. He never lets his hands go or is very aggressive in the big moments. I think Pacquiao still has enough in the tank to beat Broner. It's just with Broner he doesn't come up in big fights.

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Me neither.

I agree, it's close though, because if Broner takes centre ring, uses his jab, and can time that right hand down the middle, he can hurt Pacquiao, Pacquiao can be picked off. I think if Pacquiao has Broner on the ropes, he can definitely win.

You hear about the recent death of an Italian boxer?

I just feel like he's been a disappointment in these big fights, talking about Broner that is. He has his moments, but it's like it's too little too late. Like against Porter if he fought like he did against Porter in that last round he would've had a better chance against these elite fights.

No what happened?

How about Floyd fighting in the MMA? Are you watching?

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In some yes, I think he might have been capable of better against Porter, against Vargas, he could have done better, against Malignaggi, it's been his issue in a few fights, his problem is mental, he doesn't respect his opponent. I think also though, Broner is not great, I don't know how much talent I think he has, but I don't think he is great, good, at any level, definitely, but in 3 of his losses, he's been a class below, Porter, maybe he could have done better, Maidana, he was young, was at a size disadvantage, but against Mikey, he just got outclassed, still don't think he won 4 rounds by any stretch. Broner can turn his career around with a win over Pacquiao, it would be nothing Horn didn't do last year, but he would still be beating a legend, and that would be by far his best career win.

49 years old, took a beating, died later in hospital, his brother said he died the way he wanted to, doing what he loved which was boxing, but still, this is why fighters of a certain age shouldn't be fighting.

No, I'm not a big MMA fan, if it was kickboxing, Mayweather would have no chance, if it was boxing, the other guy would have no chance, MMA, well I'll lean towards the guy who has actually had 4 fights in MMA, and MMA is much more similar to kickboxing than boxing. Is it definitely an MMA fight? Has that been decided?, I thought Mayweather was a realist, didn't expect him to do that, but if he did, it must be because he gets more money doing that than having any fight. I think it is ridiculous, he's had his career, he should just retire, but if he keeos going, he'll be the one paying the price, because he's the one getting kicked, elbowed, cholked, all that, and if he returns to top level boxing, he'll lose to guys he's probably better than. It's all about money, for some reason richer people just want to earn more, and can never have enough money.

Whyte vs Chisora II is on, thoughts on that?

Broner might have more talent then he shows, but it hardly comes out due to poor habits out the ring. I can only take so much of "if he's focused he'll win" I don't say that anymore because he has to show it now. But yeah, a win over Pacquiao revives his career.

That's unfortunate.

Looks like the fight is off now.

I like it, the first one was great, can't wait to see the second one. What are your thoughts?

I'm excited for Usyk vs Bellew, should be fun it's always good to see Usyk and Bellew fight they always are entertaining.

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He definitely does, when you watch his fights against DeMarco, all these guys, you realise hie talented he was. I 100% get that, because at the end of the day, talent is only so good if you make the most of it, and after a while, he doesn't deserve the benefit of the doubt as a fighter anymore, but still, an opportunity like this, of this doesn't get him into shape, what will?. I thought Broner was great against Garcia, he was only bad because of who he fought, but against Vargas, Porter, Malignaggi, maybe Granados, definitely De Leon, in these fights, he lacked output, his immaturity let him down.

It's terrible, there should be more safety regulations, such as age limits, mandatory point deductions for back of the head shots.

Good, load of rubbish anyway, Mayweather's had his career, and going to a different sport, just stupid.

Awesome, both proved me wrong, impressed me with their wins last time, with Chisora, it was the statement he made, knocked out Takam, was he behind? Definitely, but that doesn't matter, and if anything, a fighter deserves more recognition for coming from behind to pull out a KO, so Chisora, definitely deserving of the rematch, building up the rematch more with that win, and Whyte, beating Parker was very impressive, he has by far the best resume of all the non-champions in the heavyweight division apart from Tyson Fury in my opinion, who else has a win like that? Can't wait for the fight.

Should be a good fight, I can't this being easy for Usyk, Bellew can hurt him, he has experience, power, but Usyk is great, and I see him getting off the deck, using his skills, grit, output, and pulling out a stoppage win.

Being very talented can only take you so far. If you are lazy it really doesn't help, a good work ethic does.

Look what happened to Prichard Colon, there needs something to be done about that.

I agree.

They both seemed to improve somewhat. I'm interested to see how it'll change in the second fight. I think Whyte will win by ko, what do you think?

I can see it going either way to be honest. Usyk is a very special fighter and could pull it off easily. But I can also see Bellew posing some problems with his power, and his strong belief of winning always gives him a shot. With a win over Bellew where do you rank Usyk as an all time cruiserweight?

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Joseph Cooper should never referee again! He is the worst referee of all time! Colon can now nod, swallow, smile, and just about produce a word, that is progress!

I don't think Chisora improved, I think he just fought an opponent who was good enough for his resume, but not so good he couldn't beat him, and it was just his night. I think Whyte has improved, and he'll get a clear win this time, wouldn't be shocked if he stopped him, but I think UD.

Definitely, but he has to bully Usyk, get him on the ropes, try and take away those feet, but his working jab is important, and I just think an Usyk can out jab him. Good question, I think he is already the best cruiserweight of all time, but Holyfield, big boots to fill.

I totally agree.

I actually agree on that, it's more so of Whyte whos improved. I think he'll get a stoppage in this one, Chisora has the more miles, I feel that Whyte is capable of getting the stoppage.

He has to make it a war in order to beat Usyk, he's not going to be able to outbox Usyk in my opinion. He's definitely second best worst case scenario, but if not he already is. He's accomplished so much so far and I don't really see any cruiserweight beating him.

How do you think Loma vs Pedraza goes?

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There is a petition you can sign, I'll definitely sign it.

Chisora is starting to decline I think, mid thirties, a lot of miles, but against Takam, he was better than he was against Kabayel, against Whyte in 2016, he was better than he was against Pulev. Whyte has improved a lot, I was very impressed with his win over Parker. Possible, if Whyte can produce the output, build on hurting Chisora.

I agree, he shouldn't look for one big shot though, he should pressure Usyk, bully him, get him on the ropes, where he doesn't want to be, make it the sort of fight you don't get a lot of preparation for in the amateurs, but I don't think pro experience is an issue for Usyk, he has done 12 at least 4 times, WBSS winner.

Lomachenko wins every round and the corner pulls out Pedraza. You?

How about Prediction Champion Of the Month this month?