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1Joshua v Molina Empty Joshua v Molina on Fri Dec 09 2016, 23:35

Sluffy

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World Heavy weight championship fight tonight (Saturday) at around 10.30ish.

It will be a very big upset if Jushua loses this and he's promised to do it by knock out too!

He's more than capable of delivering on his promise.

Looks a bit of a mis-match to me - so as not to upset the fight with Klitschko early next year.

But all it takes is one good punch to upset everything though!

Joshua by an early stoppage say round 3 or 4, for me.

Chisora v Whyte on the undercard looks a better fight to me!

What's your thoughts on things?

2Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sat Dec 10 2016, 04:30

DEANO82

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Tony Kelly
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@Sluffy wrote:

It will be a very big upset if Jushua loses this and he's promised to do it by knock out too!

He's promised to lose? I must get down to the bookies immediately.

3Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sat Dec 10 2016, 04:46

Boggersbelief

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Joshua will drop yet another no mark wannabe, can't wait till Briggs gets the chance to show Joshua up.

Agree with you about the Whyte fight, he's gonna smash chisora, he said much more talented than Joshua and is the next big thing out of Britain imo

4Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sat Dec 10 2016, 21:45

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
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@Boggersbelief wrote:Joshua will drop yet another no mark wannabe, can't wait till Briggs gets the chance to show Joshua up.

Agree with you about the Whyte fight, he's gonna smash chisora, he said much more talented than Joshua and is the next big thing out of Britain imo

I think Joshua will KO Briggs and I'm pretty confident Molina will not get past the 3rd round tonight. I think Whyte is going to table end Del boy this evening. He gave AJ a good scrap until he got nailed late on.

5Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sat Dec 10 2016, 23:57

Sluffy

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@Sluffy wrote:Chisora v Whyte on the undercard looks a better fight to me!

Fantastic bout!!!

Whyte nicks it on a split decision but could easily have gone the other way.

They gave it everything.

Credit to them both.

6Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sun Dec 11 2016, 00:20

Sluffy

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@Sluffy wrote:Joshua by an early stoppage say round 3 or 4, for me.

Joshua wins by a technical KO in the third.

Easy win really.

7Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sun Dec 11 2016, 11:17

Lard Lad

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I'm not sold on Joshua, he does not have the right physique for a fighter,he's gonna come unstuck at some point. He's chin is suspect and I'd take Wilder to blast him out right now.

8Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sun Dec 11 2016, 11:21

Lard Lad

Lard Lad
Nicolas Anelka
Nicolas Anelka
I never saw a bodybuilder fighter or not that didn't have a glass jaw

9Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sun Dec 11 2016, 22:00

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
@Lard Lad wrote:I never saw a bodybuilder fighter or not that didn't have a glass jaw

You obviously never saw Mike ' Hercules ' Weaver fight. He won the heavyweight crown knocking out ' Big ' John Tate in the last round. Apart from having a tremendous physique and being a durable boxer he was also able to play the piano to a classical standard. His first tilt at the title was against Larry Holmes and he lost on points but showed that there was more to him than just muscle.

10Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sun Dec 11 2016, 23:29

Boggersbelief

Boggersbelief
Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
So Joshua beats yet another nobody, would love to have see him in the ring with mike Tyson

11Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Sun Dec 11 2016, 23:59

MartinBWFC

MartinBWFC
Frank Worthington
Frank Worthington
@Boggersbelief wrote:So Joshua beats yet another nobody, would love to have see him in the ring with mike Tyson
Or any modern day boxer for that matter, none in my opinion could go toe to toe with iron Mike.

12Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Mon Dec 12 2016, 09:11

whatsgoingon

whatsgoingon
Frank Worthington
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@Sluffy wrote:
@Sluffy wrote:Chisora v Whyte on the undercard looks a better fight to me!

Fantastic bout!!!

Whyte nicks it on a split decision but could easily have gone the other way.

They gave it everything.

Credit to them both.
Agreed that fight was a throwback to the days when boxing was about getting evenly matched fighters in the ring to slug it out and it was good to see the mutual respect at the end, although a lot of the crap in the lead up to the fight is there to sell tickets and PPV in my opinion.
I understand what Lard Lads saying too, Bruno being a good example of the bodybuilder who was muscle bound and limited in movement, I think the clever move is getting Klitchko who in my opinion is gone now but will provide a massive payday.

13Joshua v Molina Empty Re: Joshua v Molina on Mon Dec 12 2016, 09:40

Lard Lad

Lard Lad
Nicolas Anelka
Nicolas Anelka
@Reebok Trotter wrote:
@Lard Lad wrote:I never saw a bodybuilder fighter or not that didn't have a glass jaw

You obviously never saw Mike ' Hercules ' Weaver fight. He won the heavyweight crown knocking out ' Big ' John Tate in the last round. Apart from having a tremendous physique and being a durable boxer he was also able to play the piano to a classical standard. His first tilt at the title was against Larry Holmes and he lost on points but showed that there was more to him than just muscle.
Yes he was ok but like Ken Norton when he went up against a real banger he got sparked by the likes of South African Johnny Duplooy, Howard Smith,Lennox Lewis,Mike Dokes stopped him in the first minute.He numerous tko's against him plus he did not get in the ring with the then very dangerous Earnie Shavers or Jerry Cooney both very fast huge destructive bangers who would have slaughtered him because of his build and chin. He was lucky Foreman was on hiatus at the time that would have been a nightmare for him.I don't regard Lewis as a big puncher like the others.

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