Roman Karmazin

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    Educate a wannabe boxing fan, please.
     
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    Decent contender and former champion. Was robbed of his belt by corrupt judging in his fight with Corey Spinks.

    Basically had his career ruined on the Jones v Trinidad undercard though, by a career jobber.
     
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    Corrupt judges or just regular typical bad judging?
     
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    No typical bad judging could have managed to give Spinks the 12th round of that fight.
     
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    i didn't expect Bunema to wreck him in his last fight. He has shown to have a pretty decent chin in the past. Don't know what happened.
     
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    He got tired....because EVERY right hand that Bunema threw out there, landed smack bang on his whiskers. He just got worn down and when a chin cracks, it can break in pretty spectacular fashion.
     
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    Bunema's chin has been questionable in the past and I was expecting Kamazin to wreck him because he has a pretty good punch. Didn't expect it to happen to him.

    Bunema's right did land consistently, but I didn't expect it to blow Roman away. It might be cumulative damage, but it happened quick from what I remembered.
     
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    It was cumulative damage. Thats the thing with punches that add up over time. Sometimes, you reach a point where its all too much and when you go, you go quick.
     
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    But the signs are rather noticeable when a guy is about to go out. Karmazin was still boxing Bunema quite well. He took rights all night, but he held up quite well and I don't remember seeing him wear down tremendously. I remember at one moment he was giving Bunema a boxing lession and then I turn round for second and look back. Then BOOM. He goes out.
     
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    They're not always noticable. Quite often it happens this way. Besides, you could see Karmazin was beginning to wilt as it was. I wasn't shocked when he went out, because Bunema was landing too often and too clean. Sooner or later, you're going to feel the effects of those blows.
     

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