Discussion in 'Boxing Discussion' started by Seano, Mar 17, 2020.
You're right he was built for mma
Tyson Marquez x Concepcion
It was actually 30 when I posted that. I'm sure its gone up today.
Yeah, Showtime took those down years ago and no one has ever reposted them. Pretty crazy for such a classic series.
Just watched this fight last week
Just a suggestion - maybe use spoilers tags if uploading more than one fight in order to stop the lag.
DLH vs Shane 1 - about as good as it gets and I believe that these version of Shane and Oscar beat both manny and floyd.
Vargas vs Oscar - Great fight. Was worried early as Fernando was muscling Oscar in those first 3-4 rds - am a fan of Oscar the boxer not the promoter.
Manny vs Juan 4 - 6rd War ending with one of the most iconic KO's ever. Those 24/7 countdowns were great as well. Miss HBO boxing.
JMM vs Robbie Peden - JMM causing Robbie to puke up blood from the body shots.
JMM vs Michael Katsidis - god damn this was a war. JMM, IMO, the best combination puncher ever.
This one hardly makes any sense.
Good times when boxers was on steroids and not afraid
When I saw the thread title I thought of Trinidad vs Vargas because it was as close as it gets to a back and forth war (although it’s already been posted).
I also thought of Hopkins vs Trinidad because it’s a great example of a guy at the top of the P4P list getting systematically broken down and taken apart by a master boxer.
The obvious but still a classic;
One of my favorite outclassing of all time. Every time I watch this fight it I can't turn away... This shit belongs in an art gallery....
Thanks for this. Damn, Abe Simon indeed looked like a grizzly, and this is the pre-roids era.
Below a video which (in my opinion) is the best breakdown of Joe Louis' technique. He made it look so easy
Ever seen Lester Ellis vs Barry Michaels? It's an Aussie classic. Lester was the better boxer and bigger puncher but Michaels was tough experienced and hungry.
Nope but i got a shitload of time to watch it so I'll check it out lol
The K1 Max version of the movie Rocky: