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Discussion in 'Boxing Discussion' started by Zimo, Mar 20, 2017.
The guy is relentless and has a granite chin
The guy can beat anyone
Well with the current camp he could probably go as far as pre-Roach Pacquiao.
He needs a better trainer/gym to improve his skill set and an international promoter to properly market him but he is signed to a Thai promoter so we will either see....
1. Gonzalez/Cuadras rematch - His defensive skill is still very limited, so it is going to be a very tough fight. Probably defeat in a close fight. If he loses then he will go back to can crushing journey to rack up wins with title contender fights from time to time until his promoter successfully lobbies him a title match.
2. Asia-Pacific regional title defend tour - like nearly all Thai fighters, he will continue to defend his title against low level opposition in Thailand with occasional excursions to Japan against Japanese prospects until he got knocked out and then retires.
Of course there is a chance that he beats Gonzalez and Cuadras, then hopefully he continues to get a spot on HBO.
Far to quite far
Tough to say. He's not a fighter who will likely age very well. He was getting hit clean all night, Gonzalez just doesn't have great power at the weight.
Cuadras looked bad last weekend. I'm not sure I wouldn't give whatshisname a shot.
Damn this guy grew up dirt poor
He also got KO'd his first 2 fights, and started his career as 1-3