Austin Dulay vs Diego Magdaleno Scorecard by Champion97


scorecard by CHAMPION97
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AUSTIN DULAY
10
10
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9
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9
93
DIEGO MAGDALENO
9
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9
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10
95

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Gold's picture

Did you see that Canelo vs. BJS is apparently 95% done? What do you make of that? I also saw recently that Golovkin's fight versus Szeremeta is going to be pushed back again because of an injury and that Conte said Golovkin couldn't do what Conte needed him to do at SNAC. I think Golovkin should make the Szeremeta fight in Kazakhstan his going away fight, but I understand he would be leaving a lot on the table. Going to be sad to see him deteriorate in the ring though. Also, how are you feeling about your Fury pick less than a week out? I'm still going to hold out until I see the open workouts and weigh-ins to see if I'll change or not.

Champion97's picture

No I hadn't heard. I think Saunders has not had the over pricing issue a lot of fighters have when it comes to getting a small percentage, I would be surprised if he got 40% even with a belt, but it's still a big enough to payday to set any fighter up for life. I wonder if that's to do with his age as well as a specific injury or issue. Going away fight meaning his last fight? If we are talking about what is wise for Golovkin, I would say retire if he can't get the Canelo trilogy or a big money fight, what's the point in even fighting Szemareta if he isn't planning to cash out? Definitely, sad to see any fighter deteriorate, but at least with other fighters we can say they had great careers, got a lot of opportunities and have the resume which backs them up, but that isn't the case with Golovkin in my opinion, he came agonisingly close against Canelo, unlucky not to get it the first time, it's unfortunate it took him so long to get big fights.

I keep changing my mind, I can see Wilder knocking him out, but I can see Fury not only out boxing Wilder but also malling him, he'd be nutcase to fight Wilder in the pocket, but I could see him using his size, making it an ugly fight. I don't like the way Fury is talking, going for the KO, giving up your skills, reach advantage, against a relatively low skill but extremely dangerous fighter is ridiculous, and if he really believes Klitschko hits harder than Wilder, he is in trouble. I could see Fury jumping on Wilder at the first bell, try to knock him out, but I think Wilder can take his power, and if he does that, he will get hurt bad. Weigh in aside, are you still rethinking your prediction?

Gold's picture

Apparently it was a calf injury, it was on an ESPN article. Yeah, going away as in his last fight. Did you also hear that Canelo apparently has more interest in Golovkin for September? He could cash it out versus Canelo if that is true but I think he gets knocked out if he fights Canelo again. I agree Golovkin is kind of a what-if scenario.

I'm sure we've mentioned this before but the fight seems to be straightforward to analyze, however, I don't think being on the inside is necessarily bad for Fury. It's getting on the inside that's dangerous. Fury is much bigger than Wilder and Wilder wants to get range and leverage on his punches. I don't think Fury's talk is going to show in the fight but we've had that conversation before. I'm still rethinking it because I think it could go either way.

Champion97's picture

No I didn't. I agree, but for Golovkin, that fight makes sense, it's one more fight, shouldn't be particularly high risk to his health, doesn't matter about being a damaged or dedlined fighter in a competition sense, and it would set him up for life.

I could not agree more, it isn't dangerous once he's there, but the process of getting there is. I 100% agree on that as well, Wilder needs space to get the right hand off, so Fury should either keep Wilder on tne end of his jab and stay outside of Wilder's range, or smother Wilder's shots, make it an inside fight, but misjudging the distance and being just inside Wilder's range would be a disaster for him, of course getting caught on the way in as well, and fighting at mid range would be stupid.

Gold's picture

Do you think that Saunders is a good opponent for Canelo if that fight happens? I've seen a lot of people tearing the matchup down, saying that Saunders will do poorly because of his last showing. I think that there is something to saying that 168 isn't Saunders weight, but I think that he will put in a much better performance versus Canelo than he has in his last two fights because he's someone who fights to the level of his opposition. I've said this before but I think a lot of stuff like this is inevitable because Canelo is such a hated figure in some circles, if it were Smith they'd say he was weight drained or wasn't good because of the Ryder fight.

Did you see the clip from the BTSports analysis video with Ben Davison and David Haye where Davison points out that Szpilka, Breazeale, and Ortiz (in the first fight) stepped forward to try to pressure Wilder, that's when Wilder timed them and put them on the floor? That goes to that point. I recently heard that there were some injury/illness rumors, and that Eddie's comment about Fury was talking about some foot/leg injury to Fury. For Wilder apparently it's the flu. I really hope that isn't true because it's such an important fight that they need to be at their best.

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Great fight in my opinion. No reason to think he won't be a much better fighter against Canelo for the reason you said. I agree on the weight, Saunders doesn't seem to be as fast or hit as hard as at 160, and even though he is small, it is incredible how Canelo has done at 168 and 175. I definitely agree on that, the only thing he could do would be fight Beterbiev and if he won that Beterbiev would be a hype job.

No I didn't, but did that happen with Breazeale? I didn't think so, and the shot I thought Ortiz walked into wasn't a shot that put him down, hurt him bad though in that 10th round, that and his underrated jab are the reasons I don't think Wilder is as technically bad as people say. Neither are going to say they are injured going into the fight, we won't know until the fight at the very earliest.

Gold's picture

It was a little different with Breazeale because Wilder was stepping forward aggressively as well off the clinch, but Breazeale was stepping forward as well to meet him at center ring. I guess you see all kinds of stuff out there to be fair, I saw someone reputable saying Fury had his best camp ever, so who knows.

Is it crazy to say I'm as hyped for next week as this week? Of course, the main event is far superior this week but Mikey vs. Vargas will be a good fight and I'm really hyped to see Chocolatito vs. Yafai and to see Martinez and Madrimov again. I think I saw Madrimov is fighting for a WBA mandatory and I am pessimistic they will actually enforce that on the Super titlist, but if they do we could see him fight for a legitimate title after this.

Champion97's picture

Both stepped forward at times, but Wilder more so, I thought Wilder was the one who walked into a shot and got briefly hurt, but the shot that finished the fight was an overhand right, wasn't double impact, which says a lot, because imagine what would have happened if it had been double impact, there wouldn't have been a count, Breazeale didn't walk into the shot, and he still got put down hard, knocked out, he did well to get up, showed a lot of toughness, but unlike Fury, he didn't beat the count, and could never have recovered like Fury did. I don't know how reliable Hearn is, I think promoters are usually unreliable for certain information, Arum says a lot of things, an example is Spence will be out for 2 years, Hearn and Dibella say a lot of things that also probably aren't true.

Not at all man, I agree, even Parker vs Winters is better than most of the undercard fights if you ask me. I know you don't think Harris will go past 4, I haven't thought about the fight yet, but I was impressed by Martinez against Rosales. Itbwas a great performance from Madrimov against Barrera, I think a world title shot less than 5 fights in is always unwise, great amateurs who had long amateur careers can get away with less than 10 fights, and I don't think Madrimov is far off, and I understand that sometimes these fights come when they come, like with the first Wilder vs Fury fight, Fury admits now it was too soon, but he took the fight when it was there.