I’m sure it’s a few thousand... but realistically how much money does Huni really bring to the table though?More to do with getting paid than getting hurt.
I've never heard of Fosso but Ene-Purcell and Leapai should be a walk in the park for Huni.Justis Huni's path to the Olympics has been plotted.
Huni fights Arsene Fosso tomorrow night and to follow will be Herman Ene-Purcell in March, Alex Leapai in May and then Lucas Browne in July.
The Browne fight is already signed and the other fights agreed to in principal.
I haven't seen seen the fights but :I've never heard of Fosso but Ene-Purcell and Leapai should be a walk in the park for Huni.
Browne at his best is a challenge an d should still be a test but I don't think he has a whole lot left to offer.
Hopefully they keep the rounds for his fights relatively low so he doesn't start adapting to having more work time and starting slower. It won't help him for the olympics.
Hopefully. Jarvis seems to be coming along nicely and is fun to watch but he needs better comp.
Zerafa VS Mundine
Hunt went to make a run at Gallen at the weigh in and Gallen just smiled as an army of security people held Hunt back. It all looked a bit WWF to be honest. But Gallen looked very relaxed throughout.Alright what are you blokes thinking for tomorrow??
Tszyu by late stoppage
Never heard of Colosimo, Bargero, Doane or Girdham so no picks for them.
The Gallen VS Hunt fight has actually got me somewhat interested. I don't think it's going to be an amazing fight but I'm interested because I can't for the life of me get why Hunt is so heavily favoured. It's come closer now $2.45 - $1.52 but I got on Gal at $3.50
I get that he's the UFC walk off KO guy and he's fought the tougher fights etc etc.... but he's old, been retired for a long time, likely wasn't within coo-ee of fight shape before getting the call up, has a big right hand which of course if he lands plum it's over but how good with just his hands is he outside of that threat?.... It's boxing so he can't wrestle Gal but I imagine coming from the league background and tackling people, gal should be strong enough to hold on and push back enough in the clinch. I'm sure Hunt has the better understanding of how to posture in a clinch to get his hands free and stuff but I would think Gal should be able to bear hug and tie up enough to get a ref to break them.
Gal isn't a great boxer but he seems aware enough of himself to understand his spot in the sport and really does seem to be putting the effort in to improve. Doesn't strike me as having an ego that will tell him that it will be a walk in the park so will do everything he can be to be prepared.
Hunt is and will always be the better overall fighter but at this point I can't see him pulling it off. I have a slight suspicion that he thinks he's gonna bomb him out and that's that but if he can't he's gonna gas much quicker than Gal.
I'm thinking it's going to be an ugly laboured fight but Gal is going to grind it out.