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Discussion in 'Boxing Discussion' started by MMALOPEZ, Jan 19, 2018.
I hope Al's gonna be there.
Prograis (20-0, 17 KOs), of Houston by way of New Orleans, has scored knockouts in 13 of his last 14 fights and is a rising star in the wide-open 140-pound division. Indongo represents the toughest challenge of Prograis’ career with his lone loss coming to one of the top fighters in boxing, Terence Crawford.
In the co-feature of the SHOWTIME BOXING: SPECIAL EDITION tripleheader, fellow undefeated 140-pound contender Ivan Baranchyk (16-0, 10 KOs) will meet former world title challenger Petr Petrov (38-5-2, 18 KOs) of Ryazan, Russia in an eliminator for the IBF’s No. 2 position at 140 pounds. The 25-year-old Baranchyk is currently ranked No. 4 in the IBF at 140 pounds and owns seven wins over previously undefeated fighters.
So this is a SHOWTIME card and not a SHOBOX card
Ive been buzzin about this Prograis guy for a while, and the Indongo fight looks good to me. I hope he (Regis) is the real deal, and that he looks awesome, Ive been waiting for another chance to see him fight and a live body to put him in the ring with. Can't wait.
I like him too. Pop, good timing, throws from weird angles. Southpaw. That's a dangerous dude right there.
Looks that way, yes
Whats wrong with Indongo? Usually in these last minute replacements they bring in a nobody.
Indongo has a lot of work to do but I still think he's a decent fighter. The punch that stopped him would of stopped most fighters.
Apparently he's been training in the US for a couple months which is good so hopefully he can make it competitive.
Two hours to go suckas
Good night.. I had a New York strip and roasted brussellsprouts , Merlot and some boxing.. what’s not to like?
Love Prograis's potential but Indongo and Petrov at better than 3-1 are both small plays for me tonight. Don't recall exact prices but they're well above +300.
Somebody's wife is gonna give him some loving tonight!
Ha ha. That’s never a challenge
Da big boys
Dang .. both guys are 6-5
Fa has good hands.
Definitely better than his brothers Do, Re, and Mi.
I would say Fa won the first round.
10-9 FA. The jab and a couple of glancing crosses were enough