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Dominic is slow and that will be his downfall. I could not believe that Tate was hit by Dominic’s punches, unless he was scared.

Posted November 12, 2012 5:06 pm 


Breazeale didn’t look horrible…but like every other American boxer he failed to medal.. Our Olympic development program sucks bananas because we’ve failed to keep pace with modern training technology for Boxing.. Breazeale has a scant history as a boxer and needs intensive development for 3 or 4 years.. His success will be a product of outstanding trainers, outstanding matchmaking, and outstanding dedication and work ethic … The Eastern Europeans and British have stepped up their games in indomitable fashion, especially in recruiting heavyweight talent—and now we’re coming after them..

Posted November 11, 2012 11:43 pm 


The kid looked horrible in the Olympics, so the opponent must have been really inferior, I will look him up on

Posted November 11, 2012 8:56 pm 


Breazeale is bigger, taller, much smarter, much harder working, and more courageous than Bowe.. Bowe was a disaster looking for a place to happen because he didn’t take boxing seriously and disrespected people like Lennox Lewis.. Breazeale has his ducks in a row, has his head on straight, and won’t end his career acting like a babbling, brain damaged, drooling fool.. Bowe is a sad case, but he did it to himself.

Posted November 10, 2012 5:25 pm 


Any “opponent” (I use that term lightly) with that much blubber and a waist band on his trunks sporting “BOXERGIRL” should be knocked out in about 7 1/2 seconds of the first round. This guy Breazeale looks kind of blubbery too.

Posted November 10, 2012 4:06 pm 


Yeah Vinnie would eat him up. So would Jason Gavern if he had time to train.

Posted November 10, 2012 2:56 pm 

Box Smart

@Tark Vinny Maddalone would kill him if they fought now this guy is just another American bum

Posted November 10, 2012 2:28 pm 

Fight Aficionado

I realize these Olympians were making their pro debuts but they all faced exceptionally weak comp considering they shoveled that crap card onto Showtime viewers. When Oscar De la Hoya made his pro debut on network TV it was against a fairly decent opponent. When Ward debuted his opponent was 8-0. We got a bunch of opponents with .500 records against garbage men. Nothing but setups. Al Haymen strikes again.

Posted November 10, 2012 1:02 pm 


Their plan is to always match Breazeale with guys with more experience and winning records. Fine. But this was a mugging not a fight. It had very little value for Breazeale. If you’re going to match Breazeale with this caliber opponent fight him every week or so for his first 10 or 15 fights so you pile up a bunch of quick KO’s like Tyson did—because in reality Breazeale could fight 3 guys like Tate a night and learn as much from each fight.

Dom could easily beat guys like Brian Minto, Jason Gavern, Chauncy Welliver, or Vinny Madalone right now. The fghts would go longer, be actual fights. Breazeale would have to defend himself … and he would actually pick up something valuable from each fight.

Posted November 10, 2012 12:45 pm 


“Yep, his styles more suited for the pro’s”–bet that’s what all the media’ll say now. On another note, I was just wondering what happened to John Bray the other day.

Posted November 10, 2012 11:40 am 

Big Al

I don’t know about these football players turning pro. He got KOd in the olympics. Wish him the best, though.

Posted November 10, 2012 10:17 am 


To me he looks like he likes to eat. Right now he can still ‘work’ it off but as his checks grow so will the gut.

Posted November 10, 2012 6:22 am 

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