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Posted: 7/21/2012 1:43:36 AM
Adrien Broner on here? 
 He is very interesting to watch and has a chance to be a star.
 He missed weight today and now I am concerned that he may not be a disciplined person; however, he does plan on moving up to 135 next fight so maybe he wasn't worried about making weight. Tomorrow will be exciting to see. Tell me what you think? 
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Posted: 7/21/2012 2:59:26 AM
I like this fight to go over and Escobedo to give Broner a tough time..
No way on earth Esco will get a decision in Broners backyard no matter what.. So I like the over 8.5 rounds and Broner by decision, broner rounds 7-12, and a little bit on Escobedo +950, those odds are incredible.. Hey, its gambling lol.
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Posted: 7/21/2012 3:01:43 AM
I think he's the next big thing....his talent is scary, he looks like a Mayweather/Jones Jr shadow.

Broner might save boxing during a serious drought ( Pac, May leaving soon...can Sergio, Martinez, Cannelo, Klith bros carry a sport?)

He's -1200 last i looked....hes going to make a show.....the only betting angle is Under, at a even price....i have $300 on Under, but like you said, weight and focus are questions.

He'll win, but will he punish or cruise? Like i said, i got under.
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Posted: 7/21/2012 3:58:20 AM
Esco has never been KO'd.. Hes a tough kid..
hes an experienced vet.. He wont rush in reckless or leave himself vulnerable.. This is probably the best fighter hes fought since De Leon(who he arguably lost to)
Broner is a counter puncher and isnt very aggressive, be careful with that under.. Vicente is no scrub
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Posted: 7/21/2012 12:42:05 PM
^great points

Im just completely sold on Broner, this figjt has a Leonard vs Duran feel to it....i think Broner will frustrate Esco in to doing something dumb and out of character, and will capitalize with lighting speed and flash power.
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Posted: 7/21/2012 6:43:05 PM
under is the play here broner in the last couple of fight is slick and aggressive this I think is the same fight plan he'll impose tonight.
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Posted: 7/21/2012 9:10:46 PM
Nobody is talking about Broner, because he fighting a 19-1 underdog and can't even weight in. I like Broner, but he needs to step up the level of competiton. Broner inside the distance    -240 against over matched opponent, he will out weight by 10+ pounds.
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Posted: 7/21/2012 11:36:56 PM
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Posted: 7/22/2012 1:40:22 AM
[Quote: Originally Posted by ShadyDude] I think he's the next big thing....his talent is scary, he looks like a Mayweather/Jones Jr shadow.

Broner might save boxing during a serious drought ( Pac, May leaving soon...can Sergio, Martinez, Cannelo, Klith bros carry a sport?)

I am surprised that you did not mention Chavez Jr. I think that Chavez will beat Sergio. Sergio is aging and his last few fights have been against guys who will stand in the middle of the ring with him and let him dance around. I think Chavez Jr. will cut off the ring and put too much pressure on Martinez, who if everyone remembers, just became a star after knocking out Paul Williams. He fights with his hands low and just like Roy Jones, father time will not let you fight like that forever. 
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Posted: 7/22/2012 3:47:17 AM
Left out JCjr, I'm Chavez Jr fan, big frame, strong, great body puncher.

I think he might be too green for a pro like Sergio, if the price is right, i'll take JCjr as a live dog.....But Sergio will deserve what ever chalk he gets.
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