Is it just me or is Abraham dressed 2 the 9’s when ever he fightsPosted March 1, 2014 2:44 pm
Swedish Boxing Fan
Sadly but I belive Arthur Abraham have done his best days as a super middleweight contender. He was a major force in the middleweight division and defended his IBF world middleweight title 10 times but as a Super middleweight his natural sice have not been to his advantage and his performances in his latest fights have not been of A class I’m afraid.
And again, he was a fighter who wanted to fight the best back in his middleweight days but no one wanted to take his challanges (especally Felix Sturm who is one of the BIGGEST/WORST runner of all title holders in boxing history).Posted February 28, 2014 7:47 pm
Limited capabilities? He no elite top dog but both these guys r solid….Ward, Froch, Kessler pretty strong competition? These guys would expose most, especially a former middleweight. I’m looking 4ward 2 this rubber match.Posted February 28, 2014 7:15 pm
The Super Six exposed the limits of Abraham’s abilities. He’s tough, willing, and, at 160, had above-average power. At 168 he, and Stieglitz for that matter, are second-tier. The title belt is merely window dressing for what is a high quality, but certainly not world championship-level, fight. Expect a Stieglitz win by clear decision.Posted February 28, 2014 6:13 pm
Stieglitz for the WIN OH I’m getting MUCH WINS this weekend I can’t wait!!!Posted February 28, 2014 4:59 pm
Yes, Pavlik for sure ducked AA @ 160. If I remember correctly, Pav’s team said the money wasn’t good enough. I think he fought BHOP shortly after that. Maybe Leow forseen Pav’s potential downfall, and said lets cash-in now and fight BHOP. Anyone with a half a brain knows that drinking beer and fighting at this high of a level DONT mix.Posted February 28, 2014 3:25 pm
I just don’t know who will win this one.Posted February 28, 2014 11:01 am
It was said repeatedly that AA couldn’t make 160 anymore, as it was taxing his body too much to do so. AA shined for a while, because he was coupling his B level skills with sucessfully playing the weight game. @ 168 he only has his B level skills. On a good note, though he tarnished his rep @ 168, im sure he has made a lot of money there.Posted February 28, 2014 10:48 am
Don’t forget, in the first fight Abraham outclassed Stieglitz and won by points. In the second fight, Stieglitz put pressure on Abraham, who was stopped by TKO through a eye cut. It will be an interesting fight, and both are no bums. Abraham ruled middleweight, Pavlik dodged him. And never forget the fight Abraham one despite a jaw broken in two places.Posted February 28, 2014 10:45 am
Lеnin уou sау if ,Аbrаhаm stау to 160 lbs mауbе bеаt Golovkin?
Вut if ,,Ggg” moving to 168 аnd Wаrd , moving 175 -thаn whаt hаpеn?Posted February 28, 2014 5:19 am
Stieglitz will retire Abraham. Abraham’s big mistake was moving up to 168 lbs. That destroyed his career.Posted February 28, 2014 1:42 am
Who the hell cares about James? This boxing. All James throws a ball through a hoop.Posted February 28, 2014 12:40 am
“Lebron James looses a game”. How did he loosen that game? Did he unscrew the backboard? Maybe he pulled up some flooring nails? How do these basic literacy mistakes get made and published? The spelling is ‘lose’ or ‘loses’. As in Ivan Drago saying to Rocky “you will lose”. Sheesh.Posted February 28, 2014 12:27 am