Chambers moves back up to the division he just left for being too small?Cruiserweight: Denis Lebedev (I think Chambers establishes himself as the man but quickly moves up after winning a title. Don't see YPH surviving as the top guy with his chin, stamina and concentration issues)
tbf id say Donaire is the top man now surely? Hes beaten Nishioka so only Rigo or Mares are left but they arent the top guys in the divisionI really wish Donaire and Golovkin could get fights with the top men in their respective divisions.
Especially Donaire, Arum is grossly mismanaging him. He ought to be a superstar.
I think the lure of the heavyweight reputation and money will drag him back. He'll probably think 'well I've one my world title now, I might as well try and become heavyweight champion of the world again'. Especially if Vitali retires and that opens up chance to win a title elsewhere, he'll fancy his chances of beating anybody not named Klitschko.Chambers moves back up to the division he just left for being too small?
He is the best man, but he's not facing the best contenders routinely, I don't think.tbf id say Donaire is the top man now surely? Hes beaten Nishioka so only Rigo or Mares are left but they arent the top guys in the division
I wouldn't say that, especially after all thats gone on in the middleweight division in 2012. We had Lee-Chavez, Chavez-Martinez, Golovkin-Proksa, Martinez-Macklin, N'jikam-Quillin and Sturm-Geale, which were all good fights between top 15 guys. If anything, the middleweight division came alight last year after several years of stagnation. Just hope it continues int he same vein next year, and we get to see more big matchups.He is the best man, but he's not facing the best contenders routinely, I don't think.
Arce was executed by Vic years ago, why Donaire faced him last time out I've no idea.
It seems that at the lower weights, there's more fighters hiding behind belts as a way to make money, which doesn't really help a fighter with Donaire's unquestionable ability. I suppose it's the catch 22, you'd get a decent sum for fighting him, but you'd more than likely almost get your head taken off and be ruined after.
Golovkin and the middleweight division in general is a huge disappointment right now. There's at least a dozen eligible contenders, yet hardly any of them ever fight each other. They're all facing fringe guys, domestic level guys or bums. Could be a really hot division too.
Yawn.Might as well just give Broner everything from 135 to 154, since apparently he's an ATG elite talent with dynamite in both hands. Fuck that footwork bullshit, the best have to come to him to get knocked out.
Not as tedious as your Broner act.Even more tedious is that you feel the need to reply.
Not as tedious as your Broner act.
He isn't nearly half as over-rated as Burns by some people.
Broner-Burns has the makings for a great CHB war in the buildup.
And then very enjoyable gloating after Broner stops him.