Discussion in 'Boxing Discussion' started by TheRatman, Feb 25, 2016.
Hope Lundy pulls off the massive upset.
They have to generate interest for this fight somehow. Let's hope Arum puts him Crawford in with some live bodies after this.
Wait, Crawford is fighting Lundy? I slept on that one.
Good for Hammerin Hank, I guess. Not sure what he did to get this, though, except be easy pickenz for Terence.
Hopefully Crawford shows this much energy during the fight.
But I reckon we get a boring one sided decision.
Crawford saying Postol in june/july but i aint holding my breath.
I'm not overly optimistic that Arum puts it together, either, but that's a damn good fight if they do. The fight would probably determine the new LWW lineage.
"Cuz he's disrespectful. Callin me all kinds of pussies."
This is an interesting development. We already knew Crawford was multi-dimensional, but how many kinds of pussies can one man be?
I'm not sure. Lundy is the definition of mediocrity and not especially durable. I can see mid to late round stoppage, but even if we do, there isn't going to be a ton of excitement involved.
I suppose he had to do something to get people interested in this fight.
It's about time huh?
His biggest win was against an opponent two weight classes below him.
I'm not sold on Crawford at all. He needs to fight Postol next to impress me.
I agree. Based on what I've seen so far, I think Crawford is lucky he didn't get that Pac fight.
I dony think he will fight Postol cause he never fought Gonzales at 135.
Didnt Crawford KO the guy that beat Lundy?
Sorry meant this vazquez
Wouldn't have expected that from Crawford. Looks like the guy is easily unnerved.
Lundy's expression right after the push "I got to you"
Arum might think he has his next star, but Crawford is a B level fighter right now, fortunately the talent is all at 147lbs. Still I'll be glad to check this out Sat. night.
I'd like to see him against Broner at some point.
No, but he sure tried. Crawford pretty much shut Beltran out.
Crawford i business, he is going to approach the fight with stiff intentions, completely unbent.
Vazquez took a loss before any real momentum could be built for that fight. There is also the fact that Vazquez was a Haymon fighter and Crawford was being built by HBO. Fight was never really there to make so I can't see any justification to say that Crawford avoided it. Postol is another matter, though.
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