MJ vs. Dariush decision reminded me of Pacquiao-Bradley I

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  1. Kenjamito

    Kenjamito Chingasos Por Payasos

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    Beneil had nothing for MJ except some jabs. MJ landed harder, cleaner shots and stopped all takedowns. When the decision was announced I was as baffled as when Bradley won the decision over Pacquiao.
     
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    reminds me of nunes vs couture
     
  3. HitMachine

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    It reminded me of Garcia vs KZ 1.
    Garcia just running around swinging wildy (MJ in this case) vs a technical Korean Zombie (Dariush).

    The only difference was there was no robbery this time around.
     
  4. Drake

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    Stopped reading here.


    It was a competitive fight.
     
  5. NeverAgainPlaya

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    good comparison. DEF thought MJ would take the obvious UD
     
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    cant say I read this thread do to its probably the same as all the other posts about this fight.
     
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    There was too little skill in the mj fight for me to accept this analogy.
     
  8. DyinHawaiian

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    Beneil couldn't get MJ even close to the ground and landed nothing apart 2 knees. Just horrible.
     
  9. thebizkit

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    It was a lot closer than what people are making it out to be. Sure I think MJ won the fight, but Dariush outclassed Johnson in the third and those 2 first rounds was a lot of back and forth.

    Johnson really slowed down in that third.
     
  10. Nelly

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    Bradley over Pac was far worse. I definitely though MJ won the first two rounds though.
     
  11. podsox

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    with one being immediately counter with a huge punch that sent beneil backwards
     
  12. xP

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    So it was a very close decision?
     
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  14. AliBagaooteenov

    AliBagaooteenov Imagine a Prime Yoel Romero Poundin yo Old Lady Banned

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    It was close its not like MJ completely dominated the Douche. He did better than Barboza right ?
    and Diego Sanchez vs Pearson was wayyy worse at least this was competitive but we all know MJ truly won that fight Fuk da judges
     
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    More like the pac marquez decision the whole world knew pac lost. Its ok though he got laid out the next time they fought.
     

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