Guess Don King must have switched camps...
Wow. Interesting. Cant say it was good to watch but a win is a win.
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Hahaha, pretty awful fight tbh, Haye the deserved winner.
114-114 even and then two 116-112 in favour of Haye!
I didnt see the rules at the beginning. Were they using the 10 point must system?
If they were then it was a nightmare fight to score.
Fair play to Haye. Haven't seen the fight, but to get a decision against a "home" fighter in Germany is no mean feat.
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Horrific exhibition of "boxing"
Haye had better keep running from the older Klitschko or else he'll be ruined
TBF to Haye he has been involved in some decent tear-ups over the last two or three years. Because he's a concussive puncher and a bit chinny himself there are often quite a few knock-downs in his bouts.
Sounds as if he adopted a more tactical approach with Valuev tho, probably out of necessity.
They've been showing a heap of classic Roy Jones Jr fights on Main Event for free here these past couple of days. So so hyped now for the Danny Green fight. Damn, guy is a beast. Just a straight up badass.
Pubs and bars are going to be packed next Wednesday for this. Can't wait. Really can't wait now.
Been watching them myself. The bloke's a great fighter. Astonishes me that a bloke who really doesn't have a jab can be as good as he is/ was.
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Don't know much about this Green chap; only know of him from the Mundine fight. He any good?
Mate, Danny Green is a good, solid fighter.
He was a decent super-middleweight, then he lost a fight in which he was severely dehydrated, and that then affected him for quite some time. The weight was also an issue for him.
Since he's moved to light-heavyweight he's regained (IMO) some of his power and stamina.
But when all's said and done, he's pretty much a striaght up and down fighter - not a lot of lateral movement. He's capable of knocking out almost any opponent, but he'll need to take a lot of punishment vs Jones to get his shots in. I don't think it will end well for him, though Jones is no where near the fighter he once was.
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