while “golden raza crap is starting to sound a bit Hitleresque” is certainly striking prhase–bravo!–we are not certain how it applies to both of these superb young fighter! (would love to hear, but cannot see this, please make coherent argument, along with valid counter argument and why counter argument fails).
to some degree comes down to what about victor ortiz. fascinating person. whole different subject. but that is why josesito comes to this now.
meanwhile is difficult to tell about canelo. not to confuse with candelo, and etcetera. many cultural subtleites surrounding his story, relation with borader public in his home land. also very interesting situation. some psychologic brittle nature, good until unexpected change, then suddenly not so good? difficult to tell with shane mosely. more with what is seen in 27/4 coverage type of settings. youthful.
but so is josesito. excitable.
very compelling fight. is easy to see why this and the martinze/chabase jr fight are on major network cabel, but not why simultaneous!
still, those watching likely have access to both, but prefer live, not possible here without too many screens for sane person.Posted September 14, 2012 6:39 pm
Too many soft touches for Canelo. I’ve lost interest in him. Wake me when he faces a legitimate challenge.Posted September 14, 2012 11:12 am
Canalo’s done allright for a 22 year old (Undefeated in 40 fight’s). I’d like to see him fight the winner of Trout/Cotto next in a WBC/WBA unification.Posted September 14, 2012 6:37 am
All this golden raza crap is starting to sound a bit HitleresquePosted September 14, 2012 1:47 am
josesito chances seem small . but with all the heart and toughness he showed in his last fight Im glad the guys making a payday .boxing would be better of if all the fighters showed the same heart joseitio displays in his bouts .that along with fair decisionsPosted September 14, 2012 1:46 am