I have not seen much of Peter Q but I do not think high on Hassan – he is the least impressive of the contenders from EU – I think he would lose to even Proksa and Zbik.Posted August 30, 2012 8:05 am
Would like a tournament with GGG, Martinez, Pirog, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, Sturm and Daniel Geale – 3 continents and sold out arenas in EU and AUS. Maybe sold out for some of the fights in US. Huge money to be made.Posted August 30, 2012 7:25 am
Does the winner have to face Pirog?
Pirog was supposed to face Golovkin in a unification bout last week on HBO, but he had to withdraw due to injury. I’m guessing he was stripped because of how long he was going to be out and they gave the belt to the #1 contender who was N’Jikam.Posted August 29, 2012 11:55 pm
Wait what? What happened to Dmitry Pirog? I was under the impression he was still champion after defending against Nobuhiro IshidaPosted August 29, 2012 8:40 pm
Not sold on Quillin and won’t be until he faces top 5 middleweight. Belts are crap in pro boxing. Beating a 55 year old Winky Wright by decision does not impress me. Almost everyone and their mother can call themselves a “world champion”. A beltholder is not the same thing as a champion. If there was just one belt per weight class it would mean a helluva lot more.Posted August 29, 2012 8:21 pm
quillin might be the harder puncher and stronger fighter i think hassan style could be trouble for qullin so it should be interesting peter technique might be a lil better to this going to be a close fight then people think but i think quillin will pull it off by decsion close decsionPosted August 29, 2012 6:04 pm
this should be a good fight right here hassan is a talented fighter and good boxer with good footwork and hand speed if people seen hassan fight they know this aint going to be a easy fight for quillin but quillin improving each fight even knw he beat a old winky wright he still impress me the way he foughtPosted August 29, 2012 5:56 pm