Filip Hrgovic vs Amir Mansour

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Filip Hrgovic vs Amir Mansour
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Average: 3 (4 votes)

Date: 
Saturday, September 8, 2018
Location: 
Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
Rounds Scheduled: 
10
Contracted Weight: 
Unlimited
Titles at Stake: 
(Vacant) WBC Heavyweight International Title
Referee: 
Daniel Van de Wiele

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Fan Cards: Filip Hrgovic vs Amir Mansour


scorecard by CROMEN29
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FILIP HRGOVIC
10
10
20
AMIR MANSOUR


scorecard by ONLY1
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FILIP HRGOVIC
10
10
20
AMIR MANSOUR
9
9
18


scorecard by HART
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FILIP HRGOVIC
10
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20
AMIR MANSOUR
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18


scorecard by THEICEMANJDOG
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FILIP HRGOVIC
10
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20
AMIR MANSOUR
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scorecard by GOOSU
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FILIP HRGOVIC
10
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20
AMIR MANSOUR
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18


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
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FILIP HRGOVIC
10
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20
AMIR MANSOUR
9
9
18


scorecard by MATCHROOM
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FILIP HRGOVIC
10
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20
AMIR MANSOUR
9
9
18


scorecard by SALTNUTZ1
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FILIP HRGOVIC
10
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20
AMIR MANSOUR
9
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18


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

Good test for Hrgovic, he was a great amateur, beat Tony Yoka and Joseph Parker, and as a professional, so far, so good, 5-0. I don't think this is too much, too soon for Hrgovic, because Mansour is 46, he's small, he's lost a couple, and not to fighters of the level of Wilder or Joshua, but this is also a step up for Hrgovic, a test, because he has never fought an opponent with the experience at a relatively high level which Mansour has, and Mansour isn't bad, dropped Dominic Breazeale, lost that under a strange circumstance, bit his tounge, he lost to Steve Cunningham did Mansour, but he drew with Gerald Washington, beat Travis Kauffman, Kelvin Price, won a shutout over Dominic Guinn, stopped Jason Gavern in one round. Mansour won't be at his best in this fight, because he is 46, and he hasn't been that active in the last couple of years, but he hasn't been inactive either.

I think Hrgovic wins this, and I think by stoppage, I think late, maybe in 8 or 9 rounds, I don't think it will be a hard fight, but not a walk in the park, could be a good learning fight for Hrgovic.

SalTnutZ1's picture

I'm looking forward to this. I hope Hrgovic showcases his skills in this. Most of the Heavyweight prospects have done very well this year, and showcased why they are expected to be top tier contenders in the next 3-5 years, with maybe the exception of Teslenko in his latest outing. Hrgovic, for my money, is the class of this young crop(including Gorman, Joyce, Yoka, DuBois, Teslenko, Kownacki, Kabayel, Schwarz), and I hope to see him fighting for more International level belts by next year, if not more! Being #31 in the WBC currently, winning this vacant International belt could really propel him up the rankings. I wouldn't mind seeing him fight for the Silver next year even, if Whyte isn't able to secure a World title shot by year's end. That would be a fun fight.

Champion97's picture

I've never heard of Teslenko or Schwarz to be honest, thought I was keeping up with modern boxing. David Price vs Sean Turner should be a good fight, if Price wins, he might get an opportunity against one of these fighters.

SalTnutZ1's picture

Teslenko was a pretty decorated amateur. Pretty sure he won the Ukrainian national championships multiple times, and is big, young guy with some tools. I think he is among the weakest of the guys with World expectations though. His stamina is suspect, and even though he is already in his late 20's, and over a dozen fights in, he hasn't really looked for that step up shot. Schwarz is another European youngin. Big, strong, can work, has good stamina. Has a frame that can still fill out, and tighten up, as he is a bit doughy in the midsection. But he has already got 20 fights under his belt, and couple organizational trinkets, so he is ready for a big step up fight. Him against Parker would be fun to watch next year, as I think that is the level Schwarz is ready for, and the type of opponent he needs to beat in order to put himself in the conversation.

Champion97's picture

I think Parker might be the wrong target for prospects, I understand he is coming off back to back losses, but I think he can achieve again in boxing if and when he returns, rebuilds. I think Povetkin would be a better target for these guys if Joshua busts him up and nearly retires him.

In my opinion, the top 10 at heavyweight is,
1. Joshua
2. Wilder
3. Miller
4. Whyte
5. T Fury
6. Ortiz
7. Povetkin
8. H Fury
9. Parker
10. Pulev

I honestly struggle to rank 3-10, and I keep changing my mind on Joshua vs Wilder, it's 50/50 in my opinion, but I definitely think they are the top 2, and those 8 come next in whatever order.

SalTnutZ1's picture

It's not that I think he is a good target for prospects now, I'm just pointing to a guy, that both size wise and stylistically, would fit the bill for Schwarz late next year if he and his promoters believe he is ready to make the big step up to World level contention. On the flip side, this kid is enough of a challenge, that if Parker could stop him, it would be a good get right fight to prove he is still a top tier heavyweight.

Champion97's picture

Fair enough, I just think Parker will also be on the rise again, and he will be easy to underestimate. I think he just came back too soon against Whyte, and for what it's worth, hw had Whyte running on empty at the end.

SalTnutZ1's picture

I agree that he isn't done by any means. I think if not for some rough stuff, that I believe should have lost a point, and that headbutt knockdown that sort of changed the tenor of the fight, he would have won that fight.

Champion97's picture

In my personal opinion, Whyte shouldn't have lost points, but that's arguable, and definitely, assuming the judges had Parker taking that round, the fight would have been a draw, I would have had it a draw, but I think Whyte fought a great fight, deserved to win, proved me wrong, and he deserves a world title shot.

What do you think of the synopsis for this fight?

http://www.eyeonthering.com/boxing/gennady-golovkin-vs-saul-alvarez

Also, I saw some of the beef between you and BK, don't sweat it in future, it is easy to get pumped up by insults and provocation, but BK is ok, to him, it is just another way of saying, "I don't like prelim fights' or whatever he says, so just remember, it isn't personal like it seems.

Hard to believe, but I think I broke my jaw when I fell, and it has healed without me realising, second time that happened to me, when I was 1, I broke my collarbone, it was a bad break, and I went days without anybody knowing about it, possibly two broken bones, two broken bones I don't get seen to for a while, crazy.

What do you think of Dychko? Pretty accomplished amateur(he beat fellow prospects Efe Ajagba and Hrgovic in the ammies), very big, and he has won most his fights by round 1 KOs. Low level opposition obviously, but that might be a sign that he has above-average power.

SalTnutZ1's picture

Another very good prospect. I always forget about him for some reason, though I shouldn't because he is every bit of a prospect as those other guys. Plus fighters from Kazakhstan have been on a roll in the last 15 years, so we know he's been through a good program. But, much like Joyce, he needs to accelerate quicker than some of those other guys, since he is already 28. We will see how his tools translate to the Pros, and if he can effectively use that size of his, and keep that educated jab working, as that can be lost sometimes in that transition to the pros, as you are fighting so many cans. Of all the guys I listed above, I'd say, as a pro, I think only Hrgovic and DuBois project better than him. It will be interesting to see all of these young heavies move up, and start contending, and then we can finally see the cream.

SalTnutZ1's picture

Hrgovic v. Price would be good, too. I think that is the right test for both. For Price, to prove if he has what it takes for one more run. For Hrgovic, to prove he can beat those fighters that he should beat if he wants to live up to his World level expectations.

Champion97's picture

Yeah definitely, Price has desire, power, experience, size, he is always a threat, but even if jt might be too early, if Hrgovic is any good at the highest level, you would expect him to beat Price at this stage, that is assuming he didn't make a rookie mistake and fall onto a fight finisher, because that's the problem with learning on the job against a fighter as dangerous as Price. Price should get more credit for doing so well against Povetkin, because he had Povetkin hurt at the end of round 3, made that physically tough for Povetkin. Price is unlucky, he got busted up by two drug cheats, but not just a sneaky SOAB like Canelo or Povetkin, who takes a little booster drug, when you have a skumbag shithouse like Thompson, encouraging drugs in boxing, the chances are, he's on serious stuff, and Teper, fat guy, not a puncher, and strangely against Price, phenomenal physical strength, devastating power, seemed to come from nowhere.