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Anonymous

DAZANI is fast becoming the voice of reasoned debate on here. He has knocked the curmudgeon TARK off his perch. Many thanks Dazani!

Posted March 24, 2014 12:27 pm 


Public Enemy

The Facts! Mexican Ponce Deleon is a Bigger Flop, he got knockedafkout Silly by JuanMa.. LOL

Posted March 24, 2014 11:33 am 


TARK

Dazani…, Cus D’Amato was a great matchmaker.. He even said once that 70% of being a successful professional boxer is getting the right fights at the right time, and plenty of them.

He matched Floyd Patterson and Mike Tyson very well and very often… They were world champions at the age of 21 and 20 respectively… and of course Jimmy Jacobs also had a hand in Tyson’s development—but they both died when Tyson was very young.

So even though D’Amato said many things, and had a lot of winning philosophies—having great trainers, managers, and matchmakers makes a world of difference for any boxer.

Posted March 24, 2014 1:34 am 


Anonymous

The Honeybadger it is only imbeciles like TARK who are talking up this era of heavyweights. He would have you believe that both Wilder and Fury are Hall of Famers and would have beaten most if not all the ATG fighters! TARK is a douche.

Posted March 23, 2014 4:41 pm 


The Honeybadger

Lmao @ anonymous for stating Dempsey’s era weak with the likes of Tunney, Louis’s era with Walcott, Schleming, Baer, Marciano era with Walcott, Charles, and Ali’s being “OK”. Lol Fatass Foreman wasn’t even at his best and pretty much retired when he squashed highly talented Moore, who just finished beating a prime Holy field. Hell many cruisers and even light heavyweights are beating up the unbeatable giants and if not are top 10. Look what Haye, Adamek, Byrd, Holy field, Spinks were able to do and it won’t be the last time either. This current era really is the worst ever. Louis fought his share of bums but he never lost to them and n his prime, neither did Ali or Marciano. Can’t say that about theKlits.

Posted March 23, 2014 3:16 pm 


Dazani

TARK

Idiot Ernie is a frustrated turd eater, ignore him.

Great amateur boxers are generally going to be good pros..

Lewis, the Klitschkos, Holyfield, Rigondeaux, Golovkin, Kovalev, Leonard, Mayweather, De La Hoya, and other many other great amateurs had great shots at being successful pros.

There are a few exceptions like Audley Harrison, Howard Davis, and others… Mostly because they were managed and/or trained poorly — and some just didn’t apply themselves well enough to learning the pro game…

There’s a lot of differences to adapt to, such as: going as many as 12 rounds, not wearing headgear, using smaller gloves, and more leeway given to pushing, grabbing etc.
Posted March 23, 2014 3:21 am

*******

Cus D’amato On being a professional:
“I believe a man is a professional when he can do what needs to be done no matter how he feels within. An amateur is an amateur in his attitude emotionally. A professional is an professional in the way he thinks and feels and in his ability to execute inder the most trying conditions. The ability to do what needs to be done regardless of the pressure and do it with poise, with no reflection of his inner feeling or conflict if it exists, is what makes a professional. It has nothing to do with their knowledge. I’ll show you many amateurs with far superior knowledge and ability than top professionals.” [Heller, 97]

Posted March 23, 2014 10:57 am 


PEEJ

Its also the simple fact that the amateurs are not the pros. Sort of like college football and the NFL. You have the college QBs able to run around these defensive lineman all day. But once you get to the NFL those defensive lineman can also run 40s in the 4 second marker so you are not as quick as you once thought you where plus they are much bigger so you are not as strong as you once were. Pro boxing is a whole different story that amateur boxing

Posted March 23, 2014 9:13 am 


TARK

Idiot Ernie is a frustrated turd eater, ignore him.

Great amateur boxers are generally going to be good pros..

Lewis, the Klitschkos, Holyfield, Rigondeaux, Golovkin, Kovalev, Leonard, Mayweather, De La Hoya, and other many other great amateurs had great shots at being successful pros.

There are a few exceptions like Audley Harrison, Howard Davis, and others… Mostly because they were managed and/or trained poorly — and some just didn’t apply themselves well enough to learning the pro game…

There’s a lot of differences to adapt to, such as: going as many as 12 rounds, not wearing headgear, using smaller gloves, and more leeway given to pushing, grabbing etc.

Posted March 23, 2014 3:21 am 


rjhill

Just seeing Chris on ESPN gave me the impression he believes he can win,and he has a hard nut to crack in stiverne.He may outwork Stiverne if he is in the shape he says he will be in.He looked pretty serious.Bermane reminds me of Sonny Liston.

Posted March 23, 2014 1:07 am 


The Facts !

To DaTruth ,,i don’t favor any country ,,but by you saying that Abner Mares is a flop ,is a big mistake ,,because this kid Mares took on all challengers ,,he got caught by a powerful puncher in Jhonny Gonzalez ..as far as Victor Ortiz goes ,yes i agree that he was a total flop .

Posted March 23, 2014 12:30 am 


The Facts !

To DaTruth ,, i don’t think there is a bigger flop then Juan Manuel Lopez ,,Lopez got knock out twice in his home land of Puerto Rico by a fighter that had 11 losses at that time in Orlando Salido ..

Posted March 23, 2014 12:24 am 


Anonymous

There would be a deeper talent pool if the Cubans and Russians went pro but the majority would fail just like the rest that try and fail.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:17 pm 


Anonymous

TARK

“19 year old George Foreman beat a veteran Soviet for Gold.”

Chepulis was the weakest member of the Soviet team in ’68. The division had poor representation that year. Had Foreman faced a Teofilo Stevenson… Lennox Lewis… Wladimir Klitschko… Ray Mercer… Odlanier Solis… or a more skilled boxer, he would have been out-pointed. He wasn’t a particularly skillful boxer.

The Soviets were frustrated about producing very poor quality heavyweights at that time. Their big guys generally went for Track & Field and other sports. They started an ambitious program to produce better heavyweights in the ‘80’s. They sent contingents of heavyweights around the world to fight various teams. They dominated everybody including American heavyweights. Their program culminated in the Klitschko brothers, Pulev, Povetkin, etc. The program has slacked off a lot because of their success, but the remnants are still in place.
Posted March 22, 2014 2:49 pm

Again, Klitschko is the only good one out of the bunch.

And again, Amateur Fighters are not Pro Fighters. Time and Time again it has been proven that just because you are good in the amateurs doesn’t mean you will be a good pro.

Actually, I think it was this site years back where they interviewed some of the legendary soviet fighters. Interesting comments they made.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:15 pm 


Did you ever notice

The man in the moon is a portrait of the wost features of Andy Rooney, Andy Devine, and Chris Arreola.

Posted March 22, 2014 6:11 pm 


Cantabile

Man-Boobs gets steamrolled again. Stiverne has his numero.

Posted March 22, 2014 3:38 pm 


D

You meant threw.

Posted March 22, 2014 3:27 pm 


RapidFire

Chris needs to lift some weights bad..he looks like he’s never through a punch in his life

Posted March 22, 2014 3:24 pm 


TARK

“19 year old George Foreman beat a veteran Soviet for Gold.”

Chepulis was the weakest member of the Soviet team in ’68. The division had poor representation that year. Had Foreman faced a Teofilo Stevenson… Lennox Lewis… Wladimir Klitschko… Ray Mercer… Odlanier Solis… or a more skilled boxer, he would have been out-pointed. He wasn’t a particularly skillful boxer.

The Soviets were frustrated about producing very poor quality heavyweights at that time. Their big guys generally went for Track & Field and other sports. They started an ambitious program to produce better heavyweights in the ‘80’s. They sent contingents of heavyweights around the world to fight various teams. They dominated everybody including American heavyweights. Their program culminated in the Klitschko brothers, Pulev, Povetkin, etc. The program has slacked off a lot because of their success, but the remnants are still in place.

Posted March 22, 2014 2:49 pm 


Anonymous

who cares about the stinking hw division nobody watches these bums they can’t buy a ppv fight

Posted March 22, 2014 2:04 pm 


John Digby

Arreola looks like a tub of lard. He must be doing overtime on the donut tacos.

Posted March 22, 2014 1:37 pm 


John Digby

Neither of these bums deserve to be heavyweight champion.

Posted March 22, 2014 1:33 pm 


UD

granite chin: dont you have enything better to do than come up with such stupidity ?

Posted March 22, 2014 12:59 pm 


granite chin

Areola is an embarrassment to his mother.

Posted March 22, 2014 12:15 pm 


Anonymous

…in the US

Posted March 22, 2014 12:13 pm 


Anonymous

Boxing was in every inner city 30 years ago. It’s been replaced by basketball courts. HW boxing is done. Will not return.

Posted March 22, 2014 12:13 pm 


Anonymous

By the way, Lennox Lewis (as well as some other non-Americans) have said and agreed that the talent pool from American HWs have shrunk due to the rise of better prospects in sports like Football and Basketball. Both of which supply College scholarships and the chance that you can go pro and make a lot of money. And if that doesn’t work out, if you took college seriously, you have a degree. boxing doesn’t have that.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:52 am 


te tumbo

K.C., I’ve got your heavyweight hero swinging . . . you boxing-ignorant chimp.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:50 am 


Anonymous

There is only one quality fighter from the former Soviet block fighting right now in the HW division and that’s Wlad. Other than that, where’s the talent?

It’s been proven repeatedly that a Good Amateur doesn’t necessarily make a good Pro. It’s a different game on a fighter Mentally, Physically, and technically, the pro game is a lot harder and testing.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:43 am 


Anonymous

badger

since the wall went down Americans can not compete in the heavyweight or now in the middleweight/light heavy division. There is always tennis. No we can’t do that or how about bass fishing. Minus the Japanese.
Posted March 21, 2014 8:37 pm

Really?

It has nothing to do with the Russian invasion. The Russians weren’t dominating Olympic boxing either back then despite having Pro/Seasoned Amateurs going up against mostly young Men/Boys from the States because Americans went pro, Russians did not.

Russians had the backing of the government funding to support their amateur programs. USA had ghetto gyms. Russians had year round athletes that continued on into their 20’s/30’s as amateurs. USA, if you could turn pro after the Olympics, they would.

Hey, even a 19 year old, little experience, George Foreman beat a veteran Soviet For Gold.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:40 am 


Anonymous

piechucker

The 80′s was a terrible era. I was referring to the best heavys,not the top 18. Its all opinion anyway and there is no possible way of getting a definitive answer. So I’ll leave it at that. Anonymous, don’t ever address me again. You are poison on ESB.
Posted March 22, 2014 3:55 am

80’s actually weren’t to bad when you really look at all the eras. Tony Tucker was a quality HW. 6’5, 220+, big reach, very athletic, fast, top amateur, etc.
Tyrell Biggs was another 6’5, 230 guy who was a Gold Medalist. I think he beat Lennox Lewis for the Gold.
Witherspoon was very good.
Pinklon Thomas was decent and was actually known to have a high quality jab.

Problem with the 80’s HWs was that many partied to much. Look at Tony Tubbs who was very skilled but couldn’t keep himself in shape.

I would say they had lots of talent but were overall unprofessional in how they went about their business.

Jack Dempsey era was horrible. So was Joe Louis era. Marciano’s era was horrible. Ali’s era is overrated but still quality. It’s just not some supreme era of high quality fighters like its hyped up to be. Take those same fighters and compare them with the smaller guys fighting at say, 147, and there is a big difference in quality of talent and skill. 90’s were quality. 00’s are average at best to horrible.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:35 am 


rod

arreola has a face only a mother could love. Bermaine by UD again. Nothing has changed.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:04 am 


K.C.

Tumba’s heavy weight hero….Arreola

Posted March 22, 2014 9:35 am 


piechucker

The 80’s was a terrible era. I was referring to the best heavys,not the top 18. Its all opinion anyway and there is no possible way of getting a definitive answer. So I’ll leave it at that. Anonymous, don’t ever address me again. You are poison on ESB.

Posted March 22, 2014 3:55 am 


piechucker

Ignoramous. If that ain’t the very definition of irony.

Posted March 22, 2014 3:34 am 


TRUE ENOUGH BADGER

And Ali fought Jean Pierre Coopman, Richard Dunn, Rudi Lubbers, Jergin Blinn, Alfredo Evangelista, and Leon Spinks … fabulous

Posted March 22, 2014 1:12 am 


badger

larry holmes fought a scott frank and marvis frazier for the title in the 1980’s. awesome.

Posted March 22, 2014 12:56 am 


D

You mean he’s an ignoramus.

Posted March 22, 2014 12:07 am 


Anonymous

Well I’m a boxing fan. You’re not. You’re an ignoramous

Posted March 22, 2014 12:03 am 


piechucker

I disagree. now please don’t address me again anonymous as I only wish to discuss boxing with boxing fans. good day to you.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:33 pm 


badger

If Chris trains well and is managed well he could be a factor for years. Good guy, good luck Chris. Be a good Catholic.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:32 pm 


Anonymous

Piechucker…,

When you look at the Top-18 today: Wladimir Klitschko…Kubrat Pulev… Tyson Fury… David Haye… Alexander Povetkin… Bryant Jennings… Deontay Wilder… Vyacheslav Glazkov… Mike Perez… Carlos Takum… Andy Ruiz… and Lucas Browne… Alex Leapai… Denis Boystov… and Dereck Chisora… Bermane Stiverne… Chris Arreola… and Tomasz Adamek… It’s a pretty solid top 18 compared to any other lineup in Heavyweight History.

You certainly won’t see a Terry Daniels… Dave Zygelwitz… Jean Pierre Coopman… Alfredo Evangelista… Leon Stinks… Chuck Wepner… Don Cockell… Tom McNeeley… Pete Rademaker… or Red Burman getting a title shot today… They would be laughed out of town… They couldn’t get a Cruiserweight Title shot.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:30 pm 


piechucker

D – though I fully concur with your assessment of anonymouse. he’s just a rabble-rouser who stirs things up for his own amusement. he is never ever to be taken seriously a la hecdog/czar constantine, boxtradamus/greatest promotor of all time.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:28 pm 


piechucker

claiming ignorance to detract attention from your fanciful statement is a cowardly option. you just stated absolute garbage and you have been called to account on it. the solution is don’t make stupid statements.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:24 pm 


piechucker

your ridiculous statement proved your ignorance champ. I’m always open to being corrected as it means I’m learning something. your statement is the most ludicrous garbage since hecdogs last post.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:22 pm 


D

More ignorant crap from another moron.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:20 pm 


piechucker

D – “ill match the current crop against any who ever laced em up” bahahahahaha please say that was a joke in bad taste. if not you should leave and never return to ESB as your credibility is now in the toilet.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:16 pm 


CurlyQ.Howard

Boxing hasn’t had such an articulate spokesman as Chris for decades. If for no other reason, Chris should be champ someday.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:09 pm 


badger

haye was a very good cruiser and a good heavywt. Wlad beat him soundly. Haye is now retired with a pelvic injury or something. good boxer in his day.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:05 pm 


D

Anonymous, You’re a stupid, ignroant, arrogant, racist, nationalist, pig headed, uninformed, sewer dwelling imbecile.

If you don’t like the heavyweights don’t watch them.. The Klitschkos have packed areas in Gelsenkirchen, Moscow, Poland, Hamburg, and Los Angeles.. If you’re so damned cheap and you don’t want to watch them they won’t be going broke, because plenty of people want to see them.

Jennings, Wilder, Stiverne, Arreola, Glazkov and other heavyweights are doing very well in North America. If you can’t see that then you’re a blind idiot. I’ll match the current crop up against any who ever laced ‘em up.

Posted March 21, 2014 10:48 pm 


piechucker

aereolla has passion for the sport? ummmm no he doesn’t no professional with even a hint of passion for the sport would enter the ring as disgracefully unfit and flabby as chris has done many times before. I really like the guy and find hilarious. but to intimate that he loves the sport is just silly. he loves food.

Posted March 21, 2014 10:32 pm 


te tumbo

He’s got nice Boobeees

Posted March 21, 2014 10:12 pm 


te tumbo

He’s got nice Ti-tee’s

Posted March 21, 2014 10:10 pm 


Amoe

Who ever wins this fight is a lucky champ it’s an old saying you have to beat the man to be the man but I hope arreola wins

Posted March 21, 2014 10:00 pm 


154

Julian Williams, very good fighter, one to watch.

Posted March 21, 2014 8:39 pm 


D

Monotonous sobs… “Whens the last time you heard someone say that heavyweight bout is gonna be great”

The last time was when Arreola fought Stiverne. It was a pretty damned good heavyweight fight in fact. A hard pace, a lot of brutal punches landed, and terrific toe-to-toe action. I loved those insane liver shots by Bermane especially. Why would Mexico bid on any heavyweight fight that wasn’t a barn burner?

At least it was a pretty damned good beating for Chris. Who could ask for anything more?

Posted March 21, 2014 8:38 pm 


badger

since the wall went down Americans can not compete in the heavyweight or now in the middleweight/light heavy division. There is always tennis. No we can’t do that or how about bass fishing. Minus the Japanese.

Posted March 21, 2014 8:37 pm 


D

Campbell beat Diaz by a massive and convincing margin in Mexico, and received a SD. One judge by dint of 3 points.

I wouldn’t say that’s a harbinger of honest dealings for Stiverne. Mexico has never had a Heavyweight Champion and this is about their 6th shot at it. They’re as anxious to win this time as Russia was to annex Crimea.

Does Chris speak Spanish? He speaks Expletive Deleted pretty well. Especially after losing a fight.

Posted March 21, 2014 8:24 pm 


horst fraze

the winner should face tyson fury and no one else

Posted March 21, 2014 8:03 pm 


HW

Haye will be back soon, don’t worry.

Posted March 21, 2014 7:49 pm 


te tumbo

Mexico isn’t the U.S. Mexican fight-fans pelt the sons of their legendary fighters with garbage if they feel the fair decision isn’t rendered. Nate Campbell earned a scorecard decision v. an undefeated Juan Diaz in Mexico. Mosley recently earned a scorecard nod v. Pablo Cano in Mexico. it was also the Mexican judge who inexplicably scored for Garcia against the Mexican fighter. like said, Mexico isn’t the U.S. with our history of fixes and inexplicable scorecards.

Posted March 21, 2014 6:48 pm 


Another Sad day for Pacturds

Depends in what kind of shape he shows up in. Just think if he was to cut down to 215… But he chooses to come in flabby. He does not have a lot of muscle. He could easily fight at 205.

Posted March 21, 2014 6:15 pm 


rjhill

puzzling statemnt.Lack of genuine?,titleholder.The only reference from that statement that makes sense to me,is that dominant titleholders has replaced genuine.

Posted March 21, 2014 6:14 pm 


coach

Areola can use the jab more or movement but this wont help him at all the only way that chris can win is jumping all over this boi and work work and more work cause chris aint got the skills to out think the big lump fury beats both of these by stoppage

Posted March 21, 2014 6:07 pm 


Informer

The first fight was very entertaining. Stiverne seems to have more dimensions than Chris. Chris also seems to fight in spurts and no consistent attack. No head movement and jab when he is not on the attack. If Chris had the same no quit attitude in the gym that he shows in the ring he would be a champ. Stiverne himself is not in the best of shape. Chris can only hope for a decline in Stiverne’s performance… which is not out of the question with today’s heavyweights not named Klitsko. Otherwise, I don’t see Chris being able to beat this guy.

Posted March 21, 2014 6:02 pm 


Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)

I expect this rematch to be closer than the first fight. I don’t foresee Cristobal suffering another game-changing injury (broken nose) in the early rounds and I don’t think that Stiverne can stop him. I expect Arreola to put it all on the line and go for broke in this fight. It should be a highly-intense, competitive fight. I’m sure CA realizes this could be his last chance to win a major title/strap.

Posted March 21, 2014 6:02 pm 


Anonymous

With the fight in Mexico Arreola has the wind at his back. If Stiverne wins a decision he’ll never get out alive. He has to KO Arreola this time, or else face the intimidated judges.

Posted March 21, 2014 5:56 pm 


te tumbo

. . . and while hardcore fight-fans focus on those fight-related factors, a fringe flambé element of boxing’s fanbase (e.g., Chapo, Messyhoe, K.C.) will lament the lack of a six-pack across Arreola’s abdomen or any other beefcake to drool over on fight-night.

Posted March 21, 2014 5:50 pm 


te tumbo

“its tough to see what adjustments he can make in this rematch, and at this stage of his career”(?). not really. Cristobal was loaded for bear v. Stiverne and Mitchell. powerpunching that he anticipated would intimidate if not overwhelm both lightly-regarded opponents but Stiverne turned out to be no lightweight. not unlike what the writer believed at the time, Arreola was ALso counting being able to overpower Stiverne. early, late, in between, he was obviously counting on being able to outgun Stiverne for the “W”. a wiser Arreola should be capable of adapting and outclassing Stiverne for a tough win.

Posted March 21, 2014 5:46 pm 


Fight Aficionado

Every time Arreola fights they say his weight doesn’t matter, that he’s just a heavy guy. Then he loses and we hear he was out of shape, he’ll train harder and do better next time. How many times do we run through that cycle before we conclude he’s just a lazy, fat MFer who under trains whenever he thinks he’ll lose in order to have a handy excuse?

Posted March 21, 2014 5:07 pm 


Kareem Abdul-Jabaar

Stiverne will KO Fatty Arbuckle .

Posted March 21, 2014 4:44 pm 


Fight Aficionado

Not the last money fight for Chris but it’s indeed his last chance at being a legit contender. Lose this and he’s trial horse status.

Posted March 21, 2014 4:39 pm 


badger

sure Arreola deserves another chance. Hopefully this time he will train some. a little jogging etc..

Posted March 21, 2014 4:37 pm 


el chapo

Google images of “fat arse crybaby with a potty mouth” and you get this idiot

Posted March 21, 2014 4:08 pm 


K.C.

Viva Burger King

Posted March 21, 2014 4:00 pm 


eric

If you look at the picture of areola it’s appears he very focused but he is looking at a McDonald’s advertisment

Posted March 21, 2014 3:35 pm 


Roman

Arreola might do a little better, but Stiverne should beat him. With Vitali gone from the scene, a big chance for some of these guys now.

Posted March 21, 2014 3:27 pm 


And Slim Just Left Town

On paper it looks like Arreola gets whooped again by Stiverne. The only reason I’m going against my instincts is Boxtra’s prediction, Say what you will, but let’s face it – the guy is seldom wrong in his picks – so I’m going with Arreola by KO in this fight.

Posted March 21, 2014 3:18 pm 


Stefano

A lot to be excited about? The untouchable and reigning champion who vacates his title so two inferior boxers can have a go at it? Well, at least some fights will be competitive again

Posted March 21, 2014 2:59 pm 


Brazilian Boxing Fan

May 10.

http://boxrec.com/list_bouts.php?human_id=324806&cat=boxer

Posted March 21, 2014 2:00 pm 


Brazilian Boxing Fan

I believe Stiverne will beat Arreola again.

Posted March 21, 2014 1:58 pm 


big head

for arreola to win tho he got to use his jab more and his defense got to be a lil better for him to have a chance and be more busier but stiverne is the more talented fighter tho he showed he can hurt arreola and drop him

Posted March 21, 2014 1:16 pm 


big head

i think the same thing going to happen again like it did in the first fight i just think stiverne might have arreola number style make fights idk how much moviated stiverne going to be for this rematch after already beating arreola the first time since it for the belt im sure that his moviation right there of course chris going to be in better shape this time and more prepared but it clear as day that stiverne is the better boxer and better all around fighter it showed in the first fight chris couldn deal with the speed and accuracy of stiverne as long as stiverne stay in shape he will win again

Posted March 21, 2014 1:09 pm 


DMX

Chris Areola the human baked potato

Posted March 21, 2014 12:56 pm 


Tony1244

WBA actually. Wish this had an edit.

Posted March 21, 2014 12:17 pm 


Tony1244

WBC I mean

Posted March 21, 2014 12:16 pm 


Tony1244

This isn’t a title but at least top 20 HWs are fighting each other and that’s good. Heard WBS ordered Povetkin-Ortiz for the regular title. again no title but good match.

Posted March 21, 2014 12:16 pm 


Livershot

Arreola is a joke, has no business fighting for a title. Stiverne will bust him up again. Arreola will have another excuse, my nose was broke, my hand broke in the locker room before the fight or some foolishness like that. Arreola can take a beating, that is not heart, that is not having a defense. Rios is a punching bag also, smiling after he gets popped. Laugh and deny all you want, your face say’s otherwise.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:46 am 


Motivator

‘title’ ??? what a joke

Posted March 21, 2014 11:41 am 


Bo Bo Olson

The man learned nothing since Vittilie. If he’s smart he’ll buy a bar or a Taco Bell. More than likely the last.
Shock would him coming in fit…not ripped but fit.

Posted March 21, 2014 11:10 am 


Mike J

Inappropriately titled…Arreola’s last chance was quite some time ago. He had the potential and the hype, but he doesnt have the determination or discipline. EVEN if he does win, he still doesnt the talent to beat the top guys in the division and knowing Arreola, he would turn around and lose the title to some no name in his first defense.

Posted March 21, 2014 10:56 am 


DaTruth

Exposed Man Boobs, Shaved Eye brows like Leo Santa Cruz shaved Monster Eye Brows… what is going on with these Kinky Chihuahuas???

Posted March 21, 2014 10:24 am 


DaTruth

Look at the man Boobs on that fat fker.. LOL he needs to put on a Bra 38DD.. La Raza Gorda is not looking good these days.. rather Plump for a trained athlete..

Posted March 21, 2014 10:22 am 


DaTruth

How many Chances will the Cry Baby Mexican Walrus get?? He’s a bigger flop then Vicor Ortiz and Abner Mares. Hopefully there’s enough left of this guy to fight Fast Fres Oquendo.. Nothing like a Boriqua putting a Hyped Chihuahua out of his Misery..

Posted March 21, 2014 10:18 am 



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