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nathan

I watched him on the Donaire/Montiel undercard. Nothing special. Good ring movement, defensive, but doesn’t have a solid punch. He lost in reality on the cards, but was granted a DRAW when he should have 1 loss. Since his slow progression was slowed further by fighting crap opponents. Look at this last opponent. They have made sure to put 3-4 articles on him but they leave out how terrible the guys are that he has been fighting, why it’s taking him so long for real rights etc. They just promote, 18-0, 19-0 the Mayweather way. If he beats other real prospects or solid veterans fine, I’ll take notice. But even guys like Deontay Wilder who they say are “moving way to slow” has fought much better opponents than Bey (yes I know they are entire different weightclasses- but that point is not relevant) My point is he is ALL hype so far. Possibly good-but hasn’t proven anything. Guys like Deontay Wilder ARE real contenders to watch.
Yeah he has 10Ko’s…. only 5 are guys with WINNING records. 3 were guys with 0 wins.
The best record of any guy he beat was 10-1. Split decision win. Second best: 12-3
The standard LV judges gave him gift draw vs his 10-4 opponent who was rocking him. He was expected to win. I went in thinking “this guy might be good” because I knew he was trained by a Mayweather… disappointment. Wake me when he really has a impressive victory- not when he has over 20 wins and he keeps beating 7-2 guys.
He is going on his 8th year…they are finally trying to move him because these are his final PRIME years and there is nothing to lose…

Posted February 7, 2013 2:13 pm 


Anonymous

he got a good left hook he got power in it he might not be the biggest puncher but he got enough power to get somebody respect i think his left hook is his money punch

Posted February 7, 2013 2:13 pm 


hookoffthejab

if he had a bigger punch he would be a killer ……

Posted February 7, 2013 4:44 am 


HHLondon

One to watch Bey!

Posted February 6, 2013 11:10 pm 



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