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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by SCrebel, Jul 28, 2009.
Kick him out, jesus christ.
This is just ridiculous
I hope Jesse just pops him with a massive low blow
That was another one! And there we go, finally. Fuck him.
Stiverne at the cigar shop when I just pulled up. Looks in pretty good shape. I’ve never had the balls to ask him about boxing haha
ESPN has a card tonight.
June 16: Las Vegas (ESPN)
Joshua Greer Jr. vs. Mike Plania, 10 rounds, bantamweights
Giovani Santillan vs. Antonio DeMarco, 10 rounds, welterweights
Nikoloz Sekhniashvili vs. Isiah Jones, 6 rounds, super middleweights
Bobirzhan Mominov vs. Cameron Krael, 8 rounds, welterweights
Hector Perez vs. Juan Torres, 6 rounds, heavyweights
Not a bad card on paper.
ESPN, 8:00 pm ET, Joshua Greer Jr vs Mike Plania, Giovani Santillan vs Antonio DeMarco.
The Top Rank schedule has some better matchups as it goes on in the coming weeks (I like both of next week’s main events), but I also think Greer-Plania has some quiet potential, as well as some upset potential. Greer is very fast and very flawed, while Plania’s only loss came in 2018 against Juan Carlos Payano, a good fighter and former titlist. Santillan is old for a prospect at 28, but he’s an unbeaten 147-pound southpaw. DeMarco still has enough fire in him to compete with decent fighters, and if Santillan can’t go, DeMarco will let us know. Undercard features Bobirzhan Mominov, Nikoloz Sekhniashvili, and Hector Perez.
Greer is looking to work his way to a title shot in the bantamweight division, but the 26-year-old from Chicago has struggled a bit in his last two bouts, though he did win both on the cards. Plania, a 23-year-old from the Philippines who’s been in Florida recently, is looking to break through himself, shooting for the upset.
The co-feature will see Giovanni Santillan, a 28-year-old untested welterweight from San Diego, look to make some waves against 34-year-old Antonio DeMarco, a former lightweight titleholder who is now fighting on at welterweight, past his prime but still with enough fire to expose Santillan if there is exposing to be done.
DeMarco fighting a good, solid gatekeeper fight. Make the kid earn it.
How Santillan is 25-0 is the crazy part about boxing. Too many easy matchups to showcase.
I think Tony won that one by a couple rounds, but cards could be a little squirrelly.
Lol. Fuck that.
26-0 and according to BoxRec he is ranked 1,353/2,175 in the division. Kid is a joke
A real shame Roy Jones isn’t an ESPN commentator so we could hear him try and pronounce Sekhniashvili.
Dude talking about wrapping his hands and punching a wall in his house to train. Jesus.
Main event time.
Expected a better KO rate than 50% for a guy that carries around a pillow and calls himself night night.
Big left hand!!
Dont blind greer
Plania looks very good out there
It’s almost like an overhand club of a left hand. Nasty punch.
Greer finally tried to catch him as he adjusted his shorts, but failed
Greer woke up but going to be too little to late
So obviously I am behind but my unless something has happened Greer is completely over rated and how is a contender?
Fought the absolute wrong fight for the first 7
won the 8th but too far behind imo
Won the 9th too. Still needs a KO to win imo
thought he was about to get robbed
Crazy. But that would mean 6-4 Greer. Which isn't as crazy when you think about that.
Same. That’s the kind of card that there needs to be an investigation about.
Those last 3 rounds could go to Greer for sure. Got a hard time finding him three others.
I had 95-93 on my card for Plania. Had 2 for Greer. 7-10 for Greer.
Meh. The other judges giving any of those last 3 to Plania is pretty absurd
I dont think the other 2 did. One had 7-3 and other 6-4 for Plania.
I stand corrected. WTF
Those are some odd round by rounds. What a mess.
Yes it would be since he lost the first 6-7 rounds and two of those 10-8.
Tonight’s main event, Pedraza-LesPierre is off. LesPierre’s manager tested positive and has been around him this week, so had to pull it.
Card goes on though.
SC what's the scoop on tonight's card?
Here’s what we’ve got. With the late start, not sure if it’ll just be Navarrete shown or if they’ll air multiple bouts.
ESPN, 11:00 pm ET, Emanuel Navarrete vs Uriel Lopez.
If you thought Navarrete’s title defenses had been weak, wait ‘til you see who he gets in a non-title fight. Uriel Lopez is a club fighter with a record of 13-13-1 (6 KO), and has lost three straight fights, one to Jeo Santisima, whom Navarrete dominated last time out in February. I actually really do like Navarrete, but post-rematch with Dogboe this has been an all-time “kid gloves” title reign so far.
Emanuel Navarrete (31-1, 27 KO) vs Uriel Lopez (13-13-1, 6 KO), featherweights, 10 rounds
Carlos Ornelas (25-2, 14 KO) vs Edwin Palomares (12-3-1, 3 KO), featherweights, 10 rounds
Sergio Sanchez (14-1, 8 KO) vs Gustavo Pina (8-2, 5 KO), featherweights, 8 rounds
Jessica Nery Plata (25-2, 3 KO) vs Edith de Jesus (7-14, 1 KO), flyweights, 8 rounds
Ivan Garcia (5-0, 3 KO) vs Roberto Palomares (5-4-1, 1 KO), flyweights, 6 rounds
It's on the guide until 2, so they're probably showing all of them.
Announcer kinda looks like Brad Pitt
Are they fighting in a lobby?
Kinda looks like it.