redz…, I’d smash you stiff if you took a swing at me.. You’d need a new face when you woke up because you wouldn’t have a bone left in yours.. You’re a dumb fk all right.
Takam is much better than Wladimir’s next challenger you idiot… He proved that by beating undefeated Mike Perez and running away with the last few rounds — landing many more punches, being the aggressor, and rocking the hell out of Perez in the last round.
He doesn’t have to be ranked anywhere you idiot… Look at the rankings for all the orgs.. They’re all political as HELL.Posted January 22, 2014 11:46 pm
takams not even ranked in the top 15 with any of the boxing bodys! haha. thats what you call a bum!Posted January 21, 2014 6:21 am
hell, it looks like wilder will even beat takam to a title fight! hahaha! thats telling isnt it!!! dont hype takam up until we see more from him. no one was talking about him before his fight with perez!Posted January 21, 2014 6:07 am
leapais a pressure fighter as well. with heavy hands. his over hand rights if they connected properly would knock a bull out! he only knows one way and thats forward! he had boystov backing up the whole fight! go and watch the fight again… the wbo oviously dont think hes a bum!! whens takam going to earn his title shot?Posted January 21, 2014 5:58 am
Tark is right, Takam is far better than this bum Lepeai . Takam knows how to adapt, and put pressure, and he can box backwards as well, Perez couldn’t.
perez fought real badly and takam still couldnt grind a win out! what does that tell you? leapai will most likely loose to wlad but he will beat takam!Posted January 21, 2014 12:51 am
who has takam fought? wheres he being hiding? takam has ony been taking baby steps dince hes turned pro! perez has been his best opponant! leapai will knock takam out!Posted January 21, 2014 12:45 am
you need to shut your trap! i know what im talking about! its funny how you call me dummy cause ill honestly f!!k you up if you said that to my face!Posted January 21, 2014 12:31 am
redz is a dummy… He doesn’t know anything about Boxing.
Alex Leapai stinks… He’s nowhere and Wladimir will knock him out right away… Takam would beat the living crap out of Leapai with no problem at all… and be a much better opponent for Wladimir.Posted January 20, 2014 11:45 pm
Perez wasn’t hurt in this fight… He’s one tough SOB… Takam simply outboxed him and overpowered him. He wasn’t worried about knocking Perez out.
They got to set Takam up with some major fights… He’s the real deal.Posted January 20, 2014 11:40 pm
both are a joke.Posted January 20, 2014 1:10 pm
Reason, the last thing boxing needs is more layoffs and less fights.Posted January 20, 2014 10:21 am
dont get all excited with takam! id back leapai to knock him and perez out! in saying that leapai aint a world beater but would certainly beat those two!Posted January 20, 2014 5:11 am
Isaid before this fight it wasa50/50 fight, i believe that Takam is the strongest heavy in the world, all those who say that Klit. would walk through him are day dreaming. If that fight was ever made, Klit would be fighting on the back foot and grabbing, Takam would slaughter Lepai who is fighting Vlad next in a nothing fight.Posted January 20, 2014 5:01 am
the voice of reason
takam couldnt knock perez out cos the man has a chin of iron as he showed against abdusalamov. Perez didnt look himself in there, his body language was all wrong – i feel the mago fight has affected him mentally and physically. That was such a brutal fight its insane that perez should be fighting again so shortly afterwardPosted January 20, 2014 4:39 am
Decision was the correct one. Perez stood in there and traded when he could have done what he does best, which is box. He was a tad bit smaller and the much bigger man couldn’t put him away. If he can’t put the smaller man away, he’s has no chances whatsoever doing anything relatively significant against the Klitchko’s.Posted January 20, 2014 4:03 am
Wladimir KO’s both of these slow moving tanks.Posted January 20, 2014 2:48 am
At least Perez tried to fight. Bute was there to go 12 and pick up a check… Perez is not overrated, Takam is underrated.
Bute and Pascal are both overrated — especially Bute who’s pathetic.Posted January 20, 2014 1:41 am
Anyone notice peej said bute is overrated but didn’t say mike perez is overrated.
Its that black/white subconscious thing peej is disabled from.
It would be a fair statement for both fighters if he really felt that way but its deeper than that.Posted January 19, 2014 7:07 pm
It doesn’t mean anything that Takam KO’d Michael Grant. It means something that he beat Mike Perez as bad as he did. He could probably fight another 10 or 12 rounder next week if he wanted to since he fought just 3 weeks ago. He’s huge, quick, versatile, skilled, durable, and can defend himself. He rocked Perez and never got hurt himself.Posted January 19, 2014 5:48 pm
Knocking out Grant really doesn’t mean anything. Though it is a good fight to see if you belong but other than that doesn’t mean much else.Posted January 19, 2014 1:48 pm
Batters? I wouldn’t take it that far but I didn’t have it a draw either. Perez lost that fight.Posted January 19, 2014 1:26 pm
As long as u hve judges and ring side commentators like this the sport will continue to fade.
Takam doesn’t sit down in his corner between rounds and never does, which is very a very macho thing to do. He knocked out the big Michael Grant who gave Adamek problems. He’s a good strong fighter, but will be no match for Wladimir. If he goes the WBC route, he has as much chances as Stivern, arreola and Wilder, and could become champ. He’s a good pressure fighter with good footwork and ring IQ.Posted January 19, 2014 12:37 pm
Yeah I thought Takam won this fight. Able was saying his fighter looked disinterested after the head clash. What happened was Takam was landing some brutal body shots. That is what made him look so disinterested. Perez looked a little soft in the middle.Posted January 19, 2014 10:10 am
Takam got robbed. He fought a very intelligent fight. Matter of fact, I was impressed with the big man’s stamina and ring I.Q. He really worked Perez over. More corrupt judging–and the Canadian powers that be guaranteed before the fight that they had made sure to install a neutral, competent panel of judges as well as referees.Posted January 19, 2014 8:58 am
Neither of these guys can mess with klitchko hw circus for realPosted January 19, 2014 8:47 am
keep the hw circus rolling.Posted January 19, 2014 8:42 am
the voice of reason
Nice article george – i think takam looked very good inded in this fight and defiantely one to watch – as for perez i agree with you that something is wrong – the abdusalamov fight was so brutal that it may well have had a big effect on him, mentally and physically. He looked shell-shocked and confused throughout. I think he needs some tyime off to re-group if he can – this one came too early for himPosted January 19, 2014 5:11 am
To soon for Mike Perez,after a big fight as he had with Abdusalamov…Lesson most be,to take the realistic resting time for the body and soul…Specially with the Mago drama on his head!Posted January 19, 2014 4:40 am
It was quite obvious both of these guys would be hamburger and flattened if they were to fight for the Title with WK.Posted January 19, 2014 4:11 am
Takam didn’t settle for a draw… He went for the win and and was robbed.
Everybody but Stupid Max Kellerman knows Takam won that fight. Mike Perez feels really bad… He knows he lost that fight.Posted January 19, 2014 3:31 am
Good second half by Takam. Perez looked sluggish. Seemed to never get any adrenaline going. Amousalomov was a tougher opponent i think than Takam. Looked like Perez just was’nt up for the fight. Usually when a fighter comes back from a tragic fight, i find that something unusual goes against him physically. In this case, a bad headbutt and a listless performance. I remember when Jesus Chavez came back after his opponenet died. He blew out his knee and lost by leg injury KO.Posted January 19, 2014 3:24 am