Joseph Diaz Jr vs Horacio Garcia Scorecard by Champion97


scorecard by CHAMPION97
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JOSEPH DIAZ
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99
HORACIO GARCIA
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91

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Could you copy what you said last on the Hopkins vs smith card on here? I can't view the comment on the phone because there's too many and I'm not by a computer for a couple days.

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Yeah, maybe you could put them on here, and show us what it is like watchibg a fight from a ringside view, would be interetsing for me because I've never been to see a fight live.

That sounds like a plan. Personally, I was thinking about Maidana, but that's just because he will always be my favourite fighter, and he scored a lot of first round knock outs.

Yeah I can try my best or I can email them to you. This card is very stacked. You got jermell Charlo vs hatley, Lamont Peterson vs Avanesyan, and Thomas Williams.

I wouldn't mind doing all maids as fights. We'll get mayweather, then maidana then pacquiao and Ward. I say we get the more recent fighters so there can be videos of all their fights.

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Thanks. Yeah it should be fun.

Yeah good thinking, the earlier the decade, the harder it will be to find footage.

I'm disappointed with Pedraza vs Davis, I think Pedraza should be fighting Liam Walsh instead, I'll be a lot more disappointed if he isn't his next opponent.

Exactly. Like it will be hard to find all of sugar Ray Robinson or Joe Louis's fights. I say most fighters from the 80's till now for the fighters.

Pedraza vs Davis should be a good fight in my opinion. Davis is a very good fighter. I'm still picking Pedraza but Davis is no pushover.

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Yes, in terms of which fighters who's whole careers we want to put on this site, but if anybody asks me to put a fight of Joe Louis's on here, I will, if anybody asks ms to put up a fight from before the second world war, I'll put that on here, the only thing I won't upload, is a first round knockout, I think there's a point when you've just got to say enough is enough.

That's ok, but my opinion on this topic os rather different. I appreciate that he's a massive puncher, you can't be fooled by his record, against him, many of his opponents have lost a large amount of fights, on the other hand, for him, the opponentswho he's foight have lost a large amount of fights, to a large amount if great fighters, but to be honest, they haven't been beating great fighters, and let's not forget that he's not likely to have been beati g the same opponent as the common opponent of the other boxers who have beaten these guys, so to be honest, I can't see him making it a good fight, because of the leap up in class, I don't think he'll show us much if his power doesn't help him. It's really frustrating to me that Davis has gotten the fight which Liam Walsh should have gotten, he's done far more, and beaten better opposition, he schooled Klimov, and won the eliminator!, has David done anything like that in his career so far?, no. I'll shut up if Walsh is Pedraza's next opponent, but if he doesn't then that's a mickey take. Back to my origional point, Walsh is 30, he's had more fights, and beaten the better opposition, Davis is 22, you see where I'm going with this.

Same, I'll put up some Joe Louis fights but getting all of them would be hard because of his era. I'll add fights for him and Robinson but just not all because there's likely no footage anywhere of some of his fights.

I see where you're coming from. I Agree on the fact that he hasn't faced the best opponents. I think it might be premature that he's getting title fight but I'm a fan and can't complain when fighters get title fights. I would like to see the winner fight either lomachenko or Walsh. I did hear that lomachenko might fight corrales for a unification fight which isn't bad.

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This is unrelated to boxing, but I've just had two beers and am very drunk, maybe it's because I'm a small chap, but I'm a massive lightweight, how about you?

If you can't see it, you can't score it.
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It is premature, it isn't just that from his fans' points of view, he hasn't yet faced such good opposition, but when there is another fighter who has done more, done better, come on, hd should get in the queue. I am complaining, not that I have a problem with David reguarding him himself, but I feel Liam Walsh desreves the shot a heck of a lot more, champions shouldn't be expected to compete in 50/50 fihhts every time around, and Stephen Smith was not an easy opponent, nowhere near, however, Walsh's shot is overdue, and if him or Davis deserves the shot, who?, there's no question about it. I blooming well hope so, Liam Walsh should be fighting him soon anyway.

At first I was then I built up a tolerance for it. Is it your first time or no? Also out of curiosity what's the drinking age in Britain?

I agree it is premature. I feel he needed some tougher tune up fights then fight Pedraza. I'm not mad because I want to see him win and get a title fight but I feel he'll lose. Pedraza is way better than him and it will show this Saturday. You have to think about this to. It's very premature but he was able to get this fight because he's with mayweather and has a lot of influence in the sport. That's probably how he got the fight. I want to see Walsh get a title shot to. He's definetly deserving of it.

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Yeah most do, but I rarely drink, because when I'm training I can't, and I'm not a fan of aclcohol really, I hate spirits, tonight is the last time I'm having more than one pint, because I don't like this drunken feeling. Well you can't get served in a oub until you're 18, you can't buy alchohol until you're 18 either. You can drink alchohol in pubs when you're 16-17 if you are accompanied by an adult, and you have food too, but even then it can't be strong alchoholic drinks like vodka or anything, most waitresses, waiters, barmen, barmaids are very strict about ID but a few don't bother.

Yes but what I was saying was that it's about Walsh, Davies, and Pedraza, so the issue is wider than just whether or not Davies is ready. He desreves a world title shot, but befpre Liam Walsh, and if we are going to speak for his benefit, not before he's competed against tougher opposition. Oh right, I didn't know that, good point, in my opinion, that is a good contribution towards the explanation as to why he got the opportunity, but it doesn't change my opinoon that he doesn't desreve it just yet. Absolutely, he's impressed, time nd time again, his improvement rate has been and I think will be phenomenal, he's a great fighter, and In think he can beat Pedraza, Klimov was no mug, he had onoy ever lost to Pedraza and Crawford, he had beaten an on form John Molina, and Walsh won 11-12 rounds, Barry Jones touched upon it, an eliminator shouldn't be this easy, because it was easy, he was under challanged.

It's really preference. People like getting drunk others don't.

I feel that Walsh should've got the shot before Davis. Pedraza should've offered him a fight for the winter of 2016. He only fought once last year and could've had the oppurtunity to give Walsh a challenge. I think it's more promotion. Davis has mayweather who has a lot of influence and I'm not sure who's walshs promoter is. It's probably not on who's more deserving but more politics of boxing on why Davis got the title fight before Walsh.

Final thoughts on jack vs degale?

Also, I can only read the first twelve comments of a card on my phone so write the next response on one of my cards.