Whatever happened to Orzubek Nazarov?

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  1. K-oss

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    Anybody remember him?

    he was devastating puncher, from Japan I beleive, who fought at 135 around 1998

    he lost a close decision to Lorcy, but vanished after that

    that guy had the potential to possibly have defeat PBF
     
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    No, he didn't.
     
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    Definately doesn't sound like he's from japan....maybe he fought in japan and that was the reason he appeared so dominant? +lol for the pbf comment.
     
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    Nazarov lost to Mendy, and it was a little bit surprising. I read later that he had some issues (which I don't recall), but that's always the story.

    Lorcy beat Takanori Hatakeyama. I mostly remember Hata's fights with Choi. And the loss to Sim.
     
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    Devastating Puncher!
    Collapsed skulls at will.
     
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    Thanks, that's who it was, Mendy

    you all need to see a few fights of Nazarov, a reminiscing of Duran, then give your true opinion if he in fact would have had a chance against Floyd, he totally annihilated Gamache way before Gatti did, just sucks to see a fighter quit after one loss which wasnt a very bad one either
     
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    No, he wouldn't.
     
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    Gussie's KO of Levander Johnson was even more brutal.
     
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    Russian fighting out of Japan if I remember right. Beat PBF? Not a chance, that KO of Gamache was good, but Joey was good at getting KO'ed in highlight reel fashion.
     
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    Yeah, every loss of Gamache's career were destined for highlight reels. His title winning effort against the asian fella was a terrific fight though. Joey was never in a bad one.
     
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    Joey vs Old Chavez was also good, Oscar interviewing Chavez after the fight is a pretty awkward moment for Delahoya.
     
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    Got more awkward for Chavez when they got into the ring the next time.
     

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