If Parker and Ortiz (somehow) win, is it good for heavyweight boxing?
(12-12-2017, 06:59 AM)U.K. Fight Fan Wrote: I don't think it would be good.  Wilder v Joshua is a huge fight right now which would be great for boxing.  To lose that would be a massive shame.

But I don't think you'd lose it due to the rematch clauses, which are definitely in effect.
I can't see JP or Ortiz getting lucky a 2nd time. 
The point of the post is that we get another couple of good heavyweight fights on the way to Wilder Joshua
A fight amongst the top 5 would be good, whoever is fighting to be honest.
(12-12-2017, 08:51 AM)bart Wrote:
(12-12-2017, 12:01 AM)mippy Wrote:
(12-11-2017, 07:22 PM)Infern0 Wrote: No.

We'd have a drugs cheat and a guy who robbed andy ruiz at the top of the division, oh yeah awesome for heavyweight boxing

I dont think hughie "felt the strength and ran" at all. He boxed the same way he always does he just threw 2-3 too few right hands per round. Parker looked awful in that fight but hughie coasted on his cleaner work and got it wrong regarding the required volume.

No one robbed ruiz

Yeah exactly - close fight but no way no how a robbery. JP can guts out a win maybe handy v AJ
The only worry is while Ruiz has the faster hands AJ punches like thunder so taking a punch to get one in may be suicide. JP chin will have to be as good or better than his team are saying

His team harp on about his chin but he's never faced an elite puncher amateur or pro and his best sparring partner was izu so we will wait and see.

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