ifilm is not crap.james helder from ifilm is crap, he just said he would like to see degale fight kessker.kessler would seriously damaged degale, froch would do the same groves would beat degale.come back Kugan cassius.Posted June 10, 2013 2:59 pm
Gareth Scott (UK)
Butterbean.Posted June 10, 2013 12:18 pm
Hughie Fury did look quite impressive. Wasn’t that Arreola he was up against?Posted June 10, 2013 8:00 am
Gareth Scott (UK)
Crisp punches? You must of watched a different fight to me. Degale thinks his high output style would work against a top level fighter, he’s mental. He’ll get picked apart, he can’t throw a jab without slapping the back of the glove, Froch would walk right through him, I also think Groves would beat him more decisively this time, I denna where he’s gonna find this world title of his.Posted June 10, 2013 7:18 am
De Gale is unfairly criticised. He looked good aainst Bozic – his punches were sharp and crisp and he was in complete control.
Woodhall’s criticisms were ridiculous. Fighting on the ropes is a skill in itself, and as De Gale rightly replied, he wasn’t taking punishment when he was there, he was sucking his opponent in and finding space for counters.
This BS about being against the ropes is a bad thing is the product of a ‘by the book’ mindset. Do we criticise Mayweather for being on the ropes?
A top fighter utilises the whole ring in a fight, including the ropes. De Gale knows what he’s doing when he’s on the ropes; anyone with an ounce of knowledge of the sport can see that.
I think De Gale would give Froch problems. His movement, the way he constantly changes the distance, is not a style Froch copes with comfortably. Ward proved that. That said, I still don’t think De Gale is ready for Froch. He isn’t far away though.
Psychologically, you can tell that the Groves defeat is a monkey on his back. He needs the rematch asap. For me De Gale v Groves will always be a 50-50 fight. Both have improved since they fought last.Posted June 10, 2013 4:59 am
I thought it was funny how DeGale was getting miffed with Ritchie Woodhall for making fair criticsms of his performance and telling the Equine one the reality that he needs a real belt to even make Froch say “James who?”….and the silly nag was bigging up his “Silver belt” (aka worthless paper title).DeGale hasn’t improved,he’s fighting bums and he’s still as deluded
ifilm is crap, rubbish, go away.Posted June 9, 2013 11:25 pm
Some of the top fighters.Posted June 9, 2013 11:13 pm
Take PEDS, get even with the other fighters.Posted June 9, 2013 11:12 pm
Degale isn’t big enough to fight Kessler, he doesn’t have the strength. He’s european level not world yet.Posted June 9, 2013 3:32 pm
Also why does he talk like such a chav!Posted June 9, 2013 1:59 pm
Degale looked awful IMO. I really thought he would be a world beater in the furture and expected him to be chasing a fight with Ward now. But I honestly dont think he’s progressed at all since turning pro. It was a close fight against Groves, and i gave the fight to Groves by a round, and I predicted a DeGale win, but at this moment in time I think Groves has progressed onto the world level where as DeGale has stood still. Bika would completely out hussle him if they end up fighting for the paper WBC title which Ward binned.Posted June 9, 2013 1:58 pm
Mick the Marmalizer
I like the way Hughy Fury’s management keep him so active. The central area title is currently vacant, so I’d like to see him matched for that before the years out & next year he should be ready for an English titile shot.Posted June 9, 2013 2:05 am
Next week it’s 18 year old Hughie Fury vs. Thomas Mrazek (7-40-0). Then it’s on to Ireland for Tyson’s young cousin with still another bout in July; the opponent yet to be announced. This kid’s on a freight train to stardom if/when he eventually steps up to the tougher competition.Posted June 8, 2013 7:30 pm