Demetrius Andrade vs Artur Akavov Scorecard by Gold


scorecard by GOLD
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DEMETRIUS ANDRADE
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108
ARTUR AKAVOV
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101

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Gold's picture

Garbage commentary by DAZN and another super boring fight by Andrade as expected. Luckily for him Mercante decided to make an absolutely terrible decision to stop the fight so he can have a "TKO". One of the worst stoppages I've ever seen, I suppose Eddie has brought the British stoppages over to the US. Andrade refuses to finish guys and fights extremely cautiously. Hopefully, he is forced to fight BJS since he wants to cash out so badly, and then if he wins that Canelo or Golovkin where his chin will be exposed.

Champion97's picture

It was the worst stoppage I've ever seen, no doubt.

Gold's picture

Mercante is a terrible referee. I am hard on Andrade but he has a good shot of beating BJS, especially if BJS shows up in poor shape. I'm happy the fight will happen because we will finally get to see Andrade fight a good opponent given BJS shows up in shape.

Champion97's picture

I thought he was a good referee before, but man, that was terrible.

Agree, because Andrade we will find out how good Andrade is, no more speculating from anyone about him not being tnat good, or about him being the best in his division. Browne proved me right, Gvozdyk proved me wrong.

Gold's picture

Were you surprised by Plant versus Uzcategui?

Champion97's picture

Yes I was, brilliant performance from Plant, what a fighter, Uzcategui might have under performed, but Plant boxed great.

I will add you back into PCOM, if you take back one thing you have said, I don't think you are a spiteful bully or any of that other stuff, you don't have to take back Browne having a better amateur career than Jack, Kiram being a can, or any of that stuff, but I care about safety, very much, I do care about fighters not getting brain damage, so I take back calling you a bully, you take back saying I don't care about boxers getting brain damage, I am not asking you to take back anything else

Gold's picture

I do think you generally care, but if you haven't, you should watch Alvarado's fights versus Rios and Provodnikov, and then watch his recent fights versus no-names, you will see why I said it could be very dangerous for Alvarado.

Champion97's picture

I care, very, very much, you can disagree with me on a lot of things, I am far from perfect, but I do care about fighters not getting brain damage, you have to give me that!.

I do not really want to see Alvarado fight Ramirez, I have seen his fights against Rios, Provodnikov, I've only seen one of his recent fights, but what I was also saying was, when brain damage happens it's extremely unfortunate, or it is for a certain reason (ref doesn't do his job, back of the head shots, pre-existing brain damage, dehydration), not something has is VERY linked to being old and having a lot of miles, still, a shot fighter taking a beating is more dangerous if anything.

With David Price, I would tell him to retire, but he is boxing on, not only that, he is boxing on, able to look directly at the camera and talk normally, so I don't think him continuing is terrible, but still, I would tell him to retire.

I look out for signs of brain damage, and I am very concerned about Carlos Takam.

In the Joshua fight, before the cut occured, I saw Takam dab at his eye as if there was a cut, but there wasn't one
Takam fought Chisora with his gumshield hanging out of his mouth
When Takam fights, he blinks a lot

All the same warning signs we saw from Gerald Mclellan before he almost died, Takam hasn't taken the most beatings in boxing, taken less punishment than Price, but if I'm right that he already has some level of brain damage, his safety is more under threat.

Gold's picture

Okay, well at the time did you not say that you'd like to see Ramirez vs. Alvarado? If not, why are we having this conversation in the first place?

David Price shouldn't be licensed to fight given how much he has been brutally knocked out at a non-world level. Sometimes it takes some time for symptoms to start showing, I would be shocked if David Price didn't have serious health problems in his future.

I don't know enough about Takam to give my opinion.

Champion97's picture

You are missing the point, I care, very, very much about anyone keeping their brain safe from damage, I want you to acknowledge that, and take back what you said.

I did say that, but without really thinking about it, in all reality, that conversation was stupid from both of us, all I wanted to hear was that you saying he may well die in the ring was an exaggeration. Still, I think back of the head hits, dehydration, pre-existing brain damage (severe headaches, uncontrollable blinking, using lungs properly but the brain not getting any oxygen), these are higher risk than simply a lot of miles on the clock, and to be honest with you, I've heard of a lot of fighters in their early twenties getting brain damage, don't know why, I don't have that level of scientific knowledge, but still. I think Alvarado would be very, very unlikely to get brain damage against Ramirez, still, nobody wants to see champion vs victim.

But what you have to bear in mind is what your own access to seeing him fight has done to your way of seeing it, what I mean by that is, all over the world, there are boxers getting battered, KO'd, more times than David Price, they still box, they still retire without brain damage, but more to the point, if you are that worried about Price, you must be very worried about a lot of fighters, remember that at lower levels, boxing can be very brutal, your attention is just drawn to Price's case because you've seen him fight.

I understand that it takes time for symptoms to start showing, but it can't take too long, there are warning signs, and of Price does not suffer from headaches, is in control of his eyes, can get oxygen to his brain, can talk, remember just fine, I would worry about him much less than I would worry about a fighter who is young and fresh, like Prichard Colon, getting hit in the back of the head, fighting dehydrated, etc. I have heard Price talk, and he seems fine, the eyes can decieve you, he probably aught to retire, but a lot of fighters aught to retire, and don't, if Price's safety worries you, what about Briggs, Mundine, these guys?

Well, if you have any spare time, watch his fights against Chisora, Joshua, and look out for the mouthpiece hanging out his mouth, dabbing at the eye, and blinking, very similar to Gerald Mclellan.

Gold's picture

Okay, I will take it back then, no problem. I will rewatch Takam vs. Chisora sometime soon.

Champion97's picture

Good enough for me.

You and Boxing Knowledge are tied in 1st place, let's see how the fights this Saturday go