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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by SCrebel, Jul 28, 2009.
Well doesn't matter Vencues is done
Vences has been done
TIE THE FUCK UP
How the fuck did he last there
Don't matter. He is still out
Hes not out actually. Man this is war
Cards gonna be interesting.
Like I said.
I’d be fine with running that one back again soon.
Vences way to rep San Jose ! Heck of a fight
Idk who Crazy Ruben is, but maybe we should give it a little more thought before freeing him
Expected a little more from Zepeda.
July 9: Las Vegas (ESPN)
Carlos Takam vs. Jerry Forrest, 10 rounds, heavyweights
Carlos Castro vs. Cesar Juarez, 10 rounds, junior featherweights
Fred Wilson Jr. vs. Donte Stubbs, 6 rounds, middleweights
Robin Sirwan Safar vs. DeShon Webster, 8 rounds, cruiserweights
Peter Cortez vs. Corey Champion, 4 rounds, welterweights
Joshafat Ortiz vs. Joshua Orta, 6 rounds, junior lightweights
ESPN, 8:00 pm ET, Carlos Takam vs Jerry Forrest, Carlos Castro vs Cesar Juarez.
Another adjusted main event, as this was supposed to be Big Baby Miller’s return, but then, y’know, he Big Baby Miller’d again. Forrest is a decent opponent type of fighter — he really should have gotten a win over “top prospect” Jermaine Franklin on ShoBox — and I think he’s halfway dangerous here against Takam, a solid veteran fighter and another decent short notice get. Castro is an unbeaten 122-pounder, a little old as a prospect at 26, but has some skills. Juarez is a “young veteran” type at 28. He was decently competitive still with Ryosuke Iwasa last year, but at the end of the year was really given what’s for by Angelo Leo. We’ll see if Juarez is starting to go washed or if Leo is just as good as he looked that night.
We’ll also see prospects Joshafat Ortiz and Joshua Orta square off in a six-round lightweight fight, and Fred Wilson Jr takes on Donte Stubbs in a six-round middleweight bout. Stubbs just fought on ESPN on June 30, losing to Isiah Jones, who had himself turned around from a June 16 loss on ESPN. Stubbs will look to do to Wilson what Jones did to him, basically
Jerry forest eating 2 hours before the fight. Betting takam
Nice knockdown there.
Wilson is about to get KTFO
Roast beef sandwich!!
Meanwhile Tim is eating a “BB” sandwich, which is apparently just bread and bacon.
Shakur says he wants Berchelt next. Let’s make that happen, captain.
wasnt Bradley a vegan?
Main Card (ESPN, 9:00 pm ET)
Mikaela Mayer (12-0, 5 KO) vs Helen Joseph (17-4-1, 10 KO), junior lightweights, 10 rounds
Clay Collard (7-2-3, 2 KO) vs LT Nelson (5-3, 4 KO), middleweights, 6 rounds
Ruben Cervera (11-2, 10 KO) vs Clay Burns (9-8-2, 4 KO), lightweights, 6 rounds
Javier Martinez (debut) vs Jonathan Burrs (2-1, 0 KO), middleweights, 4 rounds
Honestly, there's not much here. Clay Collard is fun as hell though.
Clay "third degree" Burns is back in action.
Collard in action now.
SC thoughts on tonight’s card?
How isn’t that a DQ? He hit him while he was on a knee. The fuck.
Sorry, just saw this. I still haven’t given up complete hope on Verdejo in the main, and it’s a decent matchup for him.
That's who I'd most like to see Canelo fight
This is one of the better ESPN cards since the hiatus.
Tuesday, July 21
ESPN, 8:00 pm ET, Oscar Valdez vs Jayson Velez.
This is a packed card in terms of quantity, and a lot of reasons to tune in. Along with a decent Valdez-Velez main event at 130, we’ve got 168-pound prospect Edgar Berlanga, former 122-pound titlist Isaac Dogboe, heavyweight prospect Guido Vianello, ESPY winner Kim Clavel, and more. Valdez is fighting to maintain a slot in line to face WBC titleholder Miguel Berchelt sooner than later. This is also the only Top Rank show this week, as they’re not running on Thursday (Major League Baseball is taking over ESPN that night) and are also taking the final week of July off before gearing up for August cards.
Oscar Valdez (27-0, 21 KO) vs Jayson Velez (29-6-1, 21 KO), junior lightweights, 10 rounds
Edgar Berlanga (13-0, 13 KO) vs Eric Moon (11-2, 6 KO), super middleweights, 8 rounds
Kim Clavel (11-0, 2 KO) vs Natalie Gonzalez (6-0, 1 KO), junior flyweights, 8 rounds
Elvis Rodriguez (7-0-1, 7 KO) vs Dennis Okoth (4-3-1, 2 KO), junior welterweights, 6 rounds
Isaac Dogboe (20-2, 14 KO) vs Chris Avalos (27-7, 20 KO), featherweights, 8 rounds
that was quick
14 straight first round knockouts.
me being behind and having every fight spoiled for me is an extremely underrated and hilarious aspect of it this thread.
Credit to Showtime, who had been basically doing the bare minimum boxing wise the last year or so. This is a nice schedule for the year.
I actually thought they had quit
Tyson Roy Jones Jr
It will almost certainly be sad and bad. Also, I will likely watch anyway.
Oh it’s going to be a mess and I will love every second of it. Hope Mike knocks him to another world
Team RJR but I really just hope neither one gets seriously injured
Wait what’s going on?