No no no. Not getting the point of the thread, man. Almost all of those guys get decent promotion and are well known to fans who follow the sport closely.Complete random order
- Evhen Khytrov
- Junior Younan
- Felix Verdejo
- Oscar Valdez
- Egor Mekhontsev
- Artur Beterbiev
- Sergey Derevyanchenko
- Jason Quigley
- Callum Smith
- Kosei Tanaka
- Takuma Inoue
- Ramon Luis
- Joseph Parker
- Ivan Golub
- Ryota Murata
- Erickson Lubin
- Gilberto Ramirez
- Gary Salazar (maybe)
- Brian Carlos Castano
- Jason Quigley
- Oleksandr Usyk
- Arroyo bros
- Joe Ward (not entirely sure if he's turning pro)
- Egidijus Kavaliauskas
- Joseph Diaz Jr
- Anthony Joshua
- Kosei Tanaka
- Jose Carlos Ramirez
- Alex Saucedo
- Ryo Matsuroto - I don't remember the pronunciation
....The wave of fighters that'll turn pro in 2016 should probably be better. I can think of a handful of fighters that would be monsters in the pros from the 2016 batch.
There's probably others I've just forgotten so late at night. I'm going to copy and paste this on my boxing notes so I don't have to write this again.
Fuck off.No no no. Not getting the point of the thread, man. Almost all of those guys get decent promotion and are well known to fans who follow the sport closely.
Also I probably should have specified 1 boxer per post with a boxrec and some footage or something.
I did give you a long list, and you're like 'no, no, no' and moaning about it you ungrateful little prick.
You and your lists are ruining the good sport of baaxing.I did give you a long list, and you're like 'no, no, no' and moaning about it you ungrateful little prick.
Good picks.. Although Breazeale isn't exactly unknown, he's been on national television at least a few times, competed in the Olympics and is signed to golden boy. Not to be nit picky, but not sure he's fit for this thread.Here's 2 - people may of heard of them though (pariculary the first one) -
won 11 (KO 10) + lost 0 (KO 0) + drawn 0 = 11
won 7 (KO 7) + lost 0 (KO 0) + drawn 0 = 7
Looks really good but definitely a little rough a bit sluggish as well at times6'7 HW Adrian Granate. 4-0(4 knockouts)
Kind of reminds of Helenius, although not nearly as polished... Obviously.
Still definitely a bit rough around the edges, but he has a lot to work with and with a good trainer he can definitely go places. We'll see...
Honestly, I don't know what you see in Breazeale.Which is why I said people had probably heard of the first one!
Time will tell - my 5 HWs to watch for the future are - Apti Davtaev, Anthony Joshua, Andy Ruiz Jr, Joseph Parker and Dominic Breazeale.Honestly, I don't know what you see in Breazeale.
He's bad. He is very unskilled. Poor punching technique, poor ring IQ, terrible defence. He doesn't have notable speed, power, or a chin. Seriously, he's struggling with the record padders he's facing now. He's a football reject who came up through some puesdo-boxing training programme. Started late in the game and did nothing special in the amateurs. He won't even get as far as Seth Mitchell did.