Frank Sanchez vs Joey Dawejko Scorecard by Champion97


scorecard by CHAMPION97
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FRANK SANCHEZ FAURE
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JOEY DAWEJKO
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Hey, how are you man? Hope you are safe with all this coronavirus stuff going on.

Champion97's picture

Not bad at all man. I'm well, at least for the time being, my only concern is my grandad, because of the age, but we are looking after him, trying our best to keep him uninfected. How are you doing man? I hope you and your family are safe and well.

I'm fine right now, I'm just worried about anyone in my family getting it. What precautions are being made over here? I hear in the states were about to get major closings soon.

Champion97's picture

We've been told not to go outside unless it's essential, we also have had a lot of closures. It's supposed to peak in early summer, hopefully it is earlier than that and they find a vaccine.

It's like that over here, now that I have all this free time I can watch fights more often.

Gold's picture

Hey man, how are you? Looking forward to things getting back to business in the boxing world? Kind of starving for any boxing at the moment personally, hopefully, they can focus on making the best matchups that don't break the bank. Have you seen fights like Baranchyk vs. Zepeda which is going to happen and Ioka vs. Tanaka which will apparently happen? Both seem like they could be great to watch. Coppinger is saying DAZN is planning on Chocolatito vs. Estrada II for July/August which would be fantastic. I hope the Yafai fight wasn't a mirage or a final effort for Chocolatito because their first fight was fantastic in terms of entertainment and skill level and them having a network main event could be better.

Champion97's picture

Not to bad pal, just keeping going with my OCD battle, none of my close friends or family have the virus, but it's bad in the UK all in all, especially in the North. How about you man?

Definitely looking forward to it, I've been catching my dad up on all the good fights from last year, but I can't wait for boxing to come back, so we get PCOM back, and we can watch live fights again. Ioka vs Tanaka is news to me, I saw your post yesterday about Baranchyk vs Zepeda, good fights, Ioka and Tanaka both have entertaining styles, and Baranchyk vs Zepeda will be interesting, because Zepeda can punch, can box on the back foot as well, is underrated in my opinion, gave Ramirez a lot of problems, beat Pedraza, but Baranchyk is relentless, with his pressure and output, hits fairly hard, great body puncher. That's a great fight, I saw the first fight, mike recommended it a while back, I remember scoring it close, I remember Estrada boxing well and landing a lot of shots, but Gonzalez landing the better shots and doing more damage. I won't be surprised if Gonzalez is or isn't a lot worse in his next fight, you don't know exactly when fighters get old over night, but given the damage he took in the first Rungvasai fight, and how shot he looked in the rematch, he did great against Yafai.

There a lot of fights I hope still happen, Whyte vs Povetkin was a fight I was looking forward to, but it wouldn't surprise me if it didn't happen, Whyte and Ruiz were trash talking, whether that fight is on cards, I don't know, but that's a great fight, a lot better than Whyte vs an MMA fighter, which is also an option.

Gold's picture

I've heard this isolation can be worse for people in that regard as they have less to keep themselves occupied so keep fighting. No one I know has got it either, it is relatively bad in my area for the population it has due to some of the industries in the area being kept open. Just hoping on vaccine development by early next year I guess. All in all, I am not doing too bad, but it has messed with my work and school plans to an extent which is unfortunate.

I think Ioka vs. Tanaka will be a wake-up call for Tanaka. I understand why he is taking the fight but I think he is racing up the weight classes too fast to beat a seasoned fighter like Ioka even if Ioka also originally started at minimumweight. Yeah, for the reasons you mentioned I think Baranchyk vs. Zepeda will be a good stylistic fight. I wonder if Baranchyk is too raw technically to beat Zepeda, I thought Zepeda did very well versus Ramirez (I also heard Ramirez vs. Postol will still be on sometime this summer). I haven't seen Gonzalez vs. Estrada in a while but that seems accurate to me, both of them are very nice to watch. One question I have about Estrada is his performances have been up and down, does he just fight to the level of his opposition or could that come back to haunt him versus Gonzalez if Gonzalez shows up in good shape?

I heard Eddie still wants to make Whyte vs. Povetkin in his backyard but I could be wrong about that. I don't think Whyte vs. Ngannou is a real option, or at least I hope it isn't. Have you heard that DAZN may be in significant financial trouble? Apparently, they are looking for new investment and that's why there isn't much planned activity for Matchroom USA or DAZN fights in the US, in general, this summer. I've seen some of that has resulted in criticism of Eddie for the way he has managed Matchroom USA's purses which were partially funded by DAZN but we don't have to get into that.

Champion58's picture

Forgot my device was still logged into my dad's account.

Champion97's picture

You mean in terms of mental health? I'm sure that's true for some cases of depression and possibly OCD if they are able to distract themselves, I'm believe distraction is good for OCD when possible, but my case has been so severe, I had to turn down work, lock down isn't too different for me, and I can still run which is one of the few things we can do during lock down, which is great.

Some places are opening too early in my opinion, some people are more concerned about the economy, but I don't think the death rate has dropped enough to ease lock down as much as it's being eased. That is unfortunate, at least you know a lot of people are in the same boat.

Tanaka was very young when he fought at 105, and with the age aspect, you could argue he's rushing it, but also that he could only make 108 because he wasn't fully grown. I think Ioka wins because of his experience, I was impressed by him against Palicte, he boxed well against Arroyo, the Nietes fight was very close, I agree on the weight favouring Ioka because it's Tanaka's first fight at 115, and I don't how high I rate Tanaka given how close the Kimura fight was and Jonathan Gonzalez being ahead, having said that, Ioka might be declining at his age, and Tanaka should be improving. I agree on Baranchyk, and I think Zepeda's a bad opponent for him, because he can punch, and Baranchyk isn't defensively great, takes everything clean and walks into shots, and he isn't the most durable. I don't think it would come back to haunt him because he hasn't been inactive, if hes been in the gym, I don't think underestimating Beamon will cost him against Gonzalez.

I hadn't heard that, I'm not looking on BoxingScene as often as I used to. I don't have a problem with Hearn being criticised, we've disagreed on him in the past, I still think he's a good promoter overall and not a skumbag (not saying you said he was), but I have criticised him plenty of times myself.

Gold's picture

Yeah, in terms of mental health. I have seen a lot more people walking and running here, but things have opened up so it is slowing down some.

That's one thing about Tanaka as well, how good is he actually? He has good wins versus Saludar, Fuentes, Acosta, and Taguchi in addition but the Kimura and Gonzalez fights were at 112 which suggests he could be struggling as he goes up in weight. I thought Ioka looked good versus Cintron and I didn't think I saw slippage but he is 31 as a former minimumweight and has been at a world title level for a long time so it is possible he could be slipping soon. Baranchyk has been down at least three times in his career, I think as you mentioned because Baranchyk takes so many clean punches and has been down at least three times in his career he could be in trouble versus Zepeda. I don't think it is just the Beamon fight for Estrada that was up and down, I wasn't impressed by him versus Orucuta either. I know he has had some hand problems recently so hopefully, that doesn't affect him.

Fair enough, the argument is that because he paid his own guys on Matchroom USA like Danny Jacobs 15 million versus Canelo and Mikey 7 million versus Vargas which was funded in part by DAZN while representing DAZN and the fighters, he took more than the fighters were worth from DAZN while being able to take his promoter fee off of that higher amount for Matchroom. Basically the argument is he double-dipped and that hurt DAZN's ability to stay afloat financially. Not his fault entirely though considering they signed off on paying Golovkin 15+ million per fight hoping they would make Canelo vs. Golovkin III which was never going to make money outside of that fight. Clearly the people who funded DAZN did not understand the boxing market and that hurt their ability to operate.

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Hey boys, I’m back(kind of, working for the gov right now is a bit...hectic let’s say, haha). I’ve been seeing the same about DAZN. Do you believe this could lead to a consolidation of promotions onto fewer networks? Let’s say DAZN closes shop, which is a possibility, could Matchroom/GB fighters gets picked up by ESPN, Fox, or Showtime, thus making big fights a little easier to make with so many promotions under one network umbrella? Hope y’all are staying safe and doing well.

Gold's picture

Are you able to do work from home with your position? I know our state's government is doing at least partial work from home for a lot of positions. It is possible that it could consolidate them but it could also lead to Matchroom USA shrinking or failing entirely. The problem is that the pie has decreased in general. It is going to be hard to make ESPN/Fox/CBS(who owns Showtime) to make significant new investments. If Matchroom went to another broadcaster in the US I would guess it would be ESPN, Eddie works well with Bob and vice versa, and Eddie also has a relationship with Dana White. Hope you are staying safe as well, luckily I am able to mostly stay in.

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Some stuff, but other work has to be done in office. I think I’ll be back in office full time within a couple weeks, as Missouri, and Kansas City, are both easing the restrictions. I’ve been keeping my head down as much as I can, especially with mom being fresh out of her cancer stuff. Even with remission, the chemo takes forever to fully get out of your system and can really drag you some days. So we’ve been keeping her in and I run her errands now that I live a few blocks away.

Yeah, I know the hit to the market is going to make promoters and networks make some big decisions. Hopefully, it will lead to more working together, as to build it back up, they really do need to get the biggest money fights lined up ASAP to build their coffers back. Can’t afford to milk it anymore.

Gold's picture

That's good, I'm glad your mom is in remission, chemo sucks.

Hopefully, but part of it is on the fighters to take smaller purses due to there not being gates so we'll see if that happens. I know there has been some talk of trying to collect some blood money in countries like Saudi Arabia for fights like Fury vs. Wilder III or the prospective Fury vs. Joshua but I don't know if they will put the money up for that either. I liked Eddie's idea to put the Joshua vs. Pulev fight in Pula Arena in Croatia a lot. Seems like the perfect time to do something like that given people have to socially distance and it would be a cool one-off event.

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Hey man, good to see back on the site. Gold told me yesterday about the financial trouble DAZN could be in, it seemef last year like it was Showtime that was in trouble, but if fights get made more easily, everyone's happy. Have you had any time to catch up on any fights?

SalTnutZ1's picture

I haven’t really. Been crazy busy, and moved in the last couple months as well, so have been playing catch-up on a lot of stuff. Waiting for them to come back though, and to get caught up eventually. Have had to settle for the UFC fights the last few week, which have been decent at least. I thought I wouldn’t enjoy it without the crowd, but honestly, I kind of like it. You get to hear the in ring action better, the corner instructions, and doesn’t lead to a home crowd potentially affecting the judges.

Champion97's picture

I haven't been watching UFC, but I've been catching my dad up on the good fights from last year. I think in the long run, the crowd is part of the sport, but for the time being, I don't see the problem with empty arenas, boxing can still make money, it shouldn't take a high percentage away from how much money the fights generate, given that it's thousands in attendance, and millions watching on TV.

Champion97's picture

It hasn't done me much harm or good, because OCD is hell, regardless of what's going on around you, but it's sad to see so many people suffer financially and even worse health wise.

Some fighters improve more than others as their careers go on, that's why I think it's hard to have too much confidence in prospects, Tanaka is good, but I don't think he's on the level of Inoue, Shiro, or Kyoguchi. I didn't see the Orocuta fight, but I know he won wide, I just don't see any reason based on those fights to think he wouldn't be better against Gonzalez, given how well he did against Gonzalez the first time, Rungvasai both times, and Cuadras. I didn't know he had hand issues, that can always be a factor.

I don't the business or financial knowledge to say what fighters are worth, even roughly, but I can see why people think Mikey and Jacobs aren't worth 7-15 million. When you say they don't understand the boxing market, so you mean they overestimate how much money comes in for fairly big fights like Mokey vs Vargas because of how much money the major fights generate? Because that's similar to mayweather's wealth giving people the impression that boxers are well paid in general.

Gold's picture

Agreed.

I agree with your assessment of the Japanese fighters. I wasn't impressed by Estrada versus Orocuta, maybe you would like the fight, I remember thinking it was good to decent. You also wouldn't think Estrada had some issues with Beamon just by looking at the scorecard. I think Estrada will perform well versus Gonzalez, I just think it is possible he could underperform because he has had up and down performances. Yeah, at the end of last year or the beginning of this year a fight couldn't happen due to Estrada's hand injury, I can't remember the specifics though.

Partially, I think they were willing to overpay to get their foot in the door but didn't understand it would set a bad precedent and they wouldn't get their money back. They likely thought they would have a lot more subscribers and reach than they do, Canelo fighting on DAZN has very little general public exposure compared to him fighting on HBO/Showtime. If Canelo fought on Fox/ESPN PPV he would get a lot more exposure.

Champion97's picture

I can believe Canelo fighting on any of those channels would make him more of a draw, he's already one of the biggest, if not the biggest draw in boxing, but his last few fights didn't generate the most publicity out of all the fights last year, Spence vs Mikey, Thurman vs Pacquiao, Joshua vs Ruiz seemed to be the bigger fights, and he hasn't had a PPV fight since Golovkin.

Gold's picture

Yeah, it's just a logistical problem of DAZN. Without any association with other major networks/sports networks that have television and radio shows, how are they supposed to really publicize their fights like promoters on those networks can?

Gold's picture

I wouldn't be surprised if Inoue vs. Casimero happened, it is probably easier to make the money work for that fight than Lomachenko vs. Lopez. It will be interesting to see about the crowds, lots of research I've seen has shown that people want to be cautious and don't want to attend sporting events but maybe a larger media push would change that narrative. Lomachenko vs. Lopez will likely be a PPV and I heard Bob is trying to shop the site fee around in places like Macau, but I don't know if they want to float the money in these conditions either. The more that fight is delayed the more it favors Lopez in my opinion. Lomachenko is not old but he is also not young, had a long amateur career, and his style does rely on athleticism to execute things like his footwork. Lomachenko would also have a four month longer layoff than Lopez. What do you think?

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I’ve also heard places like Texas due to their allowance of 25% capacity, which could be increased by then, and Florida as well.

I’ve always been high on Teo, and thought he had a good shot already. As you said, I think the longer it goes, as long as Teo can still make the weight, which it seems he is doing well with from what I’ve seen/heard, then I believe it definitely favors him. I don’t think Loma will be able to frustrate him as easily as he has other guys, as Teo isn’t a high output, pressure fighter that Loma can usually take advantage of. He’s so explosive, especially on the counters, as well as being the biggest opponent size wise that Loma has ever faces, I think he has too many factors in his favor. Loma is an elite boxer, with amazing technical abilities, but I don’t believe we’ve seen him at his best at 135 due to the size difference, and lack of elite opposition. Loma can definitely outbox him, but what happens when Teo traps him or catches him with a counter as Loma is attempting to roll out? Can his chin hold up? I think the size and power will be the ultimate factor in the fight. If I was picking it, I’d take Teo by mid-late KO. If it goes to a decision, Loma is the likely winner.

Chris M95's picture

good to know all of y'all and yours is safe and was interesting to read y'all takes
@Champ respect to you that's some tough battles you gotta go through on a basis huh...i gotta to deal with a couple of mental health issues myself so reading things like "lockdown isnt too different for me" hits hard
@Gold good points on the 4 month more inactivity for Loma and i dont particularly disagree on the dazn financial issues points brought up either time will tell if Eddie got any tricks up his sleeve
@Sal yup true true
me tho i dont see Lopez beating Loma anytime soon you right tho he could catch him on his way out or walking in like Linares did on top of Lopez having vaunted power but Loma knowing what to expect wit that right hand is gonna come in game planning for that i feel and take it away..i got Loma by decision what y'all think of Haney?...among all the younger fighters near that weight class i feel he's got the mostly right tools, temperament, conditioning, mindset, style and skills to beat Loma maybe a couple years of seasoning

Champion97's picture

Sorry to hear about your mental health struggles man, what is it if you don't mind me asking?

Chris M95's picture

@Champ little uncomfortable getting into that rn but maybe down the line...in a few months time or so if i feel different

Champion97's picture

Fair enough, it's hard to talk about. For me, it's been OCD, the bad kind, I've dealt with depression, other aspects of OCD, but what I have is called pure O, by far the worst thing I've ever been through, early 2017 was when it started, my OCD had already got worse the previous year, but the worst OCD started in 17.

Gold's picture

Yeah I've heard they are lowering restrictions for stuff like that, but I am speaking more on if there will be consumer demand to make it worthwhile.

That's a good point about Lopez and the weight I didn't think of at first, hopefully that isn't an issue. I agree with your assessment on the fight, I think Lopez by KO is definitely possible and a decision would favor Lomachenko. I think it is kind of telling that the Lomachenko side was trying to change the location away from MSG and that they apparently wanted quite a bit to make the fight happen, they know the fight will be difficult. I don't know if this will matter at all, but Top Rank wants Lopez to win, Lomachenko is kind of tapped out in terms of how useful he is to them. He will never be a PPV guy by himself and Lopez potentially could be.

Lol, overrated Loma getting crushed by an American stud

Chris M95's picture

nah i dont see nobody crushing Loma yet