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#21 pacco_diablo



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Posted 23 November 2019 - 02:27 AM

For the first time in a while, it actually feels like fight week! Lol


ish - Wilder is in his prime.  Ortiz wont have near enough.  I'm looking forward to Wilders next  fight, i mean the next next maybe next fight because he scheduled them so far out.  Joshua v WIlder is still where it;s at IMO.  Not to discredit Fury, he shocked a lot of people this year.  Still IMO it's going to be Joshua v Wilder as the big show... eventually   

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#22 mgrover



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Posted 23 November 2019 - 01:57 PM

am thinking Wilder by early KO. Once he knows he can finish a man he'll fix him up 

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Posted 23 November 2019 - 02:35 PM

Ortiz had more than enough in the 1st fight. Ref got in the way and gave Wilder extra time to recover at the beginning of the 8th round. That was some nonsense. Wilder should have 2 losses on his record, a KO loss to Ortiz and a UD loss to Tyson Fury. Still like Ortiz' chances in this one, but Father Time is undefeated and Ortiz ain't no spring chicken. 


Messed up that 2 guys came in overweight. Luis Nery didn't make weight (1 lb over) and his fight against Emmanuel Rodriguez is cancelled. No financial agreement on that one. Julia Ceja came in 4.5 lbs over the limit vs Brandon Figueroa. Fight is still on,  but Ceja can't win the belt. 

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