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Aficianado…this guy’s VERY big…. I’m excited because in only 4 years Dom has come a very long way because of his relentless dedication to Boxing. He’s a product of TV mogul Michael King’s obsession with Boxing. King is willing to spend 100’s of millions to develop and produce Heavyweight Champions who are Americans. With Dom we have somebody who has a great chance to get to the top. The only thing I would criticize about Dom at this stage is the development of his jab. When you’re 6’6”X260 you should work until your jab is smoother, sharper, faster, harder, more deceptive, and just better than anyone else’s. The thing that sets the Klitschko’s apart from everyone else is the speed, authority, and tirelessness of their jabs. Although I will say Pulev has a very nice one.

Posted October 25, 2012 4:59 pm 

Fight Aficionado

The best pro prospects of the 2012 US Olympic class are Spence at welter and Ramirez at bantam. Of course there’s always a market for heavyweights so maybe this dude can do something. I didn’t see his Olympic bout and have no idea about his skill level. They should state his height, weight and age for starters. USA needs big heavyweights.

Posted October 25, 2012 2:06 pm 


I know the scoring system sucked (and is thankfully now gone) from the Olympics, but watching in the ring in London was emabarrassing. No matter the system, he lost that fight outright. They’ll stick him in with a nobody first, but his trainer has a hell of a lot of work ahead of him if Brezeale is going to do anything in the pros. Gausha and maybe Spence the ones I expect to excel in the pros.

Posted October 25, 2012 10:36 am 

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Super Heavyweight Olympian Dominic Breazeale Turns Pro

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