Josh Warrington vs Kid Galahad Scorecard by Gold


scorecard by GOLD
Round
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Total
JOSH WARRINGTON
10
9
10
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9
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10
10
9
115
KID GALAHAD
9
10
9
10
9
9
10
10
9
9
9
10
113

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Gold's picture

Close fight, Galahad fought the style he had to fight to neutralize Warrington but it was negative and he needed to do more to get a decision vs. Warrington at home. I didn't come away too impressed by Warrington in this fight, he could utilize his style versus someone like Valdez but someone like Stevenson who can exploit his skills is wrong for him.

Champion97's picture

Stevenson is progressing quickly, I think he has the potential to be a very good fighter, maybe even a great fighter, I think he will be better than Warrington and Valdez when he peaks, but he is not ready for any of the champions.

Gold's picture

We'll see, it seems Top Rank wants to match him in a title fight by the end of the year. I've seen Stevenson vs. Frampton discussed.

Champion97's picture

That's a better fight for Stevenson, it's a learning fight, and with Frampton being past his best, not on the level of the champions anymore, that's a very winnable fight for Stevenson, it would be an interesting fight because of Stevenson's inexperience, but that makes more sense.

Gold's picture

I should have clarified, if it will be Stevenson vs. Frampton it will be because it is for the vacant WBO, but Arum has also mentioned Valdez and Warrington as potential opponents.

Champion97's picture

I assumed that might be the case because I know Valdez is considering moving to 130, but there being a belt at stake just means it is a better fight for Stevenson, relatively low risk, high reward, a learning fight, but a fight he can probably win despite his inexperience, but nowadays, a loss is harder to come back from than in the old days, that's why 0s are protected, there is no need for Top Rank to rush Stevenson into a Valdez fight when they could build him up for a couple more improtant years, move up his opposition to something between a Diaz and Valdez, he'd still be a young world champion, but there is no rush, and I would be surprised if Valdez vs Stevenson happened any time soon. I wouldn't mind seeing Stevenson against Isaac Lowe.