Mike Perez..

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  1. Orisha

    Orisha White Belt

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    This guy fought 2 opponents (bums of course) in 1 day and knocked them both out...

    Some clips of him..






    He's 24 years old with a 11-0-9KO's record (Mike Perez's Boxrec page)

    What do you guys think?
     
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    He's legit won a junior world championship and recently knocked out forum member Jason Barnett in the first round a few weeks ago
     
  3. Orisha

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    Looks like an alright prospect.

    11 wins, (9 KOs). no losses (yet).
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    Speaking from experience....... ;)

    Mike is very strong and has very quick hands. In our fight I tried to get him dq'd for hitting me in the back of the head while I was on my hands and knees. He hits hard, but I was fully aware of everything going on. Karma got me on that one.

    But my assessment of Mike is that he should be fighting at cruiser. He is too short for a heavyweight with his boxing ability. If he had a different style, like keeping his head low and bullying in, he would be effective, but he boxes like a tall fighter and should be in the lower weight class.

    As for Mike fighting Jeremiah Graziano.... I don't think Graziano would last too long. I know he is supposed to be a great puncher, but I read that he was given a gift decision and a long count in his last fight. He's good, but Perez is better.
     

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