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Ernie is still obsessed with Tark………..

Posted June 27, 2014 12:58 pm 


SREDMOND

Tark is always acting like he is a boxing insider when he is just a garden variety NUT with an overactive imagination exceeded only by his jailhouse PUNK Bears..

Posted June 27, 2014 12:05 pm 


It’s Me, Ernie

LMAO! The Tard still making friends where ever he goes!…

Posted June 27, 2014 11:35 am 


SREDMOND

Tark stop talking like you have all these fighters (GGG) on speed dial and they give you “the scoop” FACT is that Golovkin has been stumping for fights with Chavez Jr and Mayweather because he is obviously looking for the PPV $$$$ which is not the worst thing but pretending “he wants to solidify himself at 168 then go after Ward” is just more of your self created propaganda…

Posted June 27, 2014 10:49 am 


Mbuyiseli

Tark talking outta his butt again. Doesn’t this guy get sick of hearing his own voice? Moron

Posted June 27, 2014 4:56 am 


Mbuyiseli

Gamby should’ve never worked with 50 now he is in the worst position fighting a 135lbs champ with all that rust. Let 50 cent have a number hit then I might listen to what he has to say about boxing. Direll and Gamboa are stuck with 50 cent. Pity, since both boxers have real talent.

Posted June 27, 2014 4:52 am 


TARK

PEEJ… “Cotto is going to be looking for a fight that may be actually winnable against Canelo.”

No, he’s looking for Floyd first.. If that isn’t made he’ll go Canelo.. Roach wouldn’t say anything without Cotto’s approval. He’s not as stupid as you.. Floyd is the big money fight for anyone.. But Floyd may not do it he’s so risk adverse.

BTW.., You haven’t proved anyone wrong. You’re a babbling moron.

Posted June 27, 2014 3:56 am 


TARK

He likes to keep busy with the best possible middleweight opponent.. He’s hoping to get a Cotto fight but can’t wait.

He tried to do Chavez… That would solidify him at 168 and also acclimate him to a Ward fight.. Chavez FO’d so now he’s doing Geale.. still hoping to consolidate 160 before he moves up.

Posted June 27, 2014 3:48 am 


SREDMOND

Tark, if GGG so BADLY wants to consolidate the main titles then why was he about to sign for a fight with Chavez Jr at 168 and chasing Mayweather at 154? Sounds to me that like most fighters in their 30′s GGG wants $$$$$$$$$

Posted June 26, 2014 11:42 am 


It’s Me, Ernie

Once again Tard referring to his obsession with a man’s ass. Every time you are schooled, proven wrong or even being administered the usual beatdowns, you automatically default to your love of the musty Cheerio…

Posted June 26, 2014 11:32 am 


SREDMOND

Tark, previously you were selling the notion that “GGG” was small for a MW? NOW as we see below you have reversed your position on this matter…So which is it Tark? GGG small when its time to call out Mayweather? or big when it suits your arguments? Can’t have it both ways Old Man…

Posted June 26, 2014 11:19 am 


SREDMOND

TARK CONTRADICTING HIMSELF AGAIN.TARK

PEEJ.., Shut your stupid trap. You talk the worst line of BS ever pulled out of an ass

Golovkin is not small for a middleweight.. But he’s mature.. He’s not getting bigger at 31 or 32 and he needs to catch a break.. He needs a financial backer who can put about 15 millon on the table for Cotto.

Cotto is looking for another Floyd fight at 160 and will do a catch weight if Floyd wants. That’s the fight he wants. That could be tempting because Floyd could pick up a 6th weight divisional title against a guy he’s beaten before.

GGG hopes that doesnt happen. He badly wants to consolidate the main titles at 160, even if that takes another year or two … and then move north to Ward.
……

Posted June 26, 2014 11:17 am 


The oracle of Delphi

PEEJ, Floyd and Haymon are avoiding Arum, not the other way around. Arum is a legendary promoter who has promoted legendary fights (with Don King for god sake) when Floyd was wearing dipers and Haymon a car salesman. Cotto beats Floyd if they fight again, Floyd is on overrated cherry picker on the decline, he will be exposed soon. Cheers and have a good day.

Posted June 26, 2014 8:07 am 


RAYGORDON REID

gamboa

Posted June 26, 2014 7:01 am 


Big Ham

I have not been to keen on Gamboa at 135. I felt he very much stagnated his career, whether it was his fault or not. Should have had his defining fights at 126-130

Posted June 26, 2014 3:23 am 


Anonymous

Crawford all the way.

Posted June 26, 2014 3:15 am 


Rustybucket

Got to go with Crawford, by UD.

He is a big lightweight, hometown, and skill level.

Although, my picks have been poor the last few weeks, so chances are Gamboa by upset late stoppage….

Posted June 26, 2014 3:00 am 


PEEJ

If Crawford wins by decision I don’t think it will be close. Either way I am taking Crawford by stoppage

Posted June 26, 2014 1:21 am 


punch

Crawford by close UD as Gamboa has limited defense.

Posted June 26, 2014 12:42 am 


PEEJ

Cotto hasn’t said anything about looking for a rematch against Floyd. That has been Roach and Arum. And Arum should already know he won’t be apart of the promotion if Cotto does decide to fight Floyd. First Floyd won’t work with Arum, second, Arum doesn’t want to work with Haymon. Floyd would love to fight Cotto and win the middleweight title. But I doubt Cotto even wants that fight. Cotto is going to be looking for a fight that may be actually winnable against Canelo.

Posted June 26, 2014 12:08 am 


PEEJ

Tark you are just upset that I prove you wrong on a constant basis. You have argued that GGG was a small middleweight with me before. So please stop. I will just keep proving you wrong.

Posted June 26, 2014 12:03 am 


TARK

PEEJ.., Shut your stupid trap. You talk the worst line of BS ever pulled out of an ass

Golovkin is not small for a middleweight.. But he’s mature.. He’s not getting bigger at 31 or 32 and he needs to catch a break.. He needs a financial backer who can put about 15 millon on the table for Cotto.

Cotto is looking for another Floyd fight at 160 and will do a catch weight if Floyd wants. That’s the fight he wants. That could be tempting because Floyd could pick up a 6th weight divisional title against a guy he’s beaten before.

GGG hopes that doesnt happen. He badly wants to consolidate the main titles at 160, even if that takes another year or two … and then move north to Ward.

Posted June 25, 2014 11:31 pm 


Thurmal Underwear

hard fight to call for me. it’s in crawford’s backyard (how did that happen?) so I gotta think gamboa needs damn near a ko to win. the fight obviously favors crawford. let’s see what Fitty’s 1 trick pony can do after a year long layoff. ring rust?

Posted June 25, 2014 11:27 pm 


uzb

I would go as far as saying that Gamboa will beat himself. The guy has all the tools but does he ever make bad decisions in the ring. Not sure if its ego or just bad trainers (yes men) who just offer praise and no constructive criticism. Gamboa just looks less and less impressive each fight. Crawford on the other hand looks better and better each fight. Looking forward to seeing if Gamboa will fake an injury and quit or snap once he realizes that he may loose and needs a knock out.. This might be like Cotto vs Martinez. I expect fireworks no matter what cause Crawford seems to have the hunger and fighting spirit to send a message to the boxing world.

Posted June 25, 2014 11:20 pm 


Boxtradamus

THANKS for pointing that out PEEJ.

Posted June 25, 2014 10:46 pm 


Patrick

Gamboa is going down in this fight, probably several times before getting stopped in the mid/late rounds. Crawford is way too polished to get caught by Gamboa’s explosive style. Crawford wins this one with ease — with a well-timed counters.

Posted June 25, 2014 10:22 pm 


PEEJ

Really Tark but yet you say someone like GGG is small at 160. But when someone says something about this fight you say they are both fighting a lightweight. Stop. You are a double standard type of guy. Terrible.

Posted June 25, 2014 10:11 pm 


TARK

This pundit says.., “This fight is basically a featherweight vs. a light welterweight

Don’t be stupid… It’s a lightweight fight.. That’s the division they both feel most comfortable fighting in, and feel the strongest at.

Screw any divisions they fought in before. That was then. This is now. They may both move up more in weight at some point in the future — and that’s what boxers have done for generations if they get bigger.

Posted June 25, 2014 10:09 pm 


PEEJ

Doesn’t matter if Floyd Sr is the trainer. Gamboa is going to get beat by Crawford and probably stopped. He is to chinny. Unlike most of Gamboas other opponents, Crawford has the power to hurt him and finish him.

Posted June 25, 2014 10:01 pm 


Boxtradamus

IF Floyd Sr. is the trainer take Gamboa. IF he’s not take Crawford.

Posted June 25, 2014 9:28 pm 


Hecdog

Terence Crawford should win this fight because he’s a better professional and is good in all areas, but Gamboa has a lot of ability and potential. Gamboa just has never put it all together, but after watching videos of both, Gamboa is the faster handed fighter, and the better puncher. His vast amateur experience against top fighters is credible and will help him a lot like it did Lomachenko. This is will be a tougher fight than I first thought, and it won’t be a cake walk. Crawford has his hands full. Gamboa also has the better feet. I’m still taking Crawford to win this fight because like I said, he is the better professional thus far and has developed better fighting tougher guys. He will have the home town crowd backing him, which I think will hep Crawford elevate his game to a higher level. He doesn’t seem to get bothered by much as he showed in the Burns fight. I think he has to pressure Gamboa and not try and out speed or out counter him. Crawford has been hit by the jab on more than a few occasions by taller fighters with longer reach, so fighting a shorter guy like Gamboa will be interesting to watch. Speed in this fight can make all the difference. I hope the final decision, if it lasts, is the right one. No more of these highly controversial score cards. I hope it ends in a knockout so the decision is out of the hands of the judges, promoters and those in powerful positions. I’m taking Crawford by decision.

Posted June 25, 2014 8:36 pm 


Fight Aficionado

Wonder if Gamboa has a new PED supplier now that Biogenesis is busto.

Posted June 25, 2014 7:59 pm 


fight on

as quick as Gambia is NE should be
able to get inside and do all sorts of damage.

Posted June 25, 2014 7:09 pm 


detroitko

Crawford

Posted June 25, 2014 6:51 pm 


stuck in a moment

Really like TC in this fight and I expect even more big things from him in the future. He is not really known outside of his home town. Maybe this win will get him going. Gamboa lives here in south fl. But I know he isn’t popular enough to have the fight here. And south fl is full of Cubans. He should be as popular as our other main pro athletes here. But its boxing in America so he isn’t popular

Posted June 25, 2014 6:31 pm 



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