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its a sad state for the HW division as you can not breed up and coming heavyweights to test the likes of the the K brothers,Price has potential but will likely lose because he will not be a learned fighter when the time comes

Posted December 29, 2012 1:32 pm 


if he cant fight pulev which would be a huge risk to both of them he should fight Dimentriko or Ustionov. Both men are bigger than Wlad, had great records…….till they met pulev. It is a bench mark comparison to the next best contender out there and is great prep for wlad

Posted December 24, 2012 10:27 pm 


he should use Wach as a yard stick before stepping in with Wlad. Pulev would also give him a real test.

Posted December 24, 2012 10:24 pm 


this was an opinion not an article and definitely not balanced, ESB needs to stop this kind of thing

Posted December 23, 2012 4:59 am 


Thats the problem with the heavyweight contenders they just wont fight each other .We dont know them. There not learning there skills. If they fough each other and lost and beat each other. 1 loss against another contender would not kill there careers.Because they could go out in the next fight and beat another contender . And by the time they got a title shot ,with klitchko we would know them. They would be much more ready .Battle hardened. of course some of the contenders would fall by the wayside but a few real good guys would rising to the top. i liked it when banks and mitchell fought. The winner should fight wilder who should fight price and the loser could go back and fight mitchell throw arreoal in the mix and wach. Eventually the winner would be ring tough fight klitcko if he loses let him go back in the contender tank . and fight his way back to another title shot. as a new contender kept rising let him get a title shot shot

Posted December 23, 2012 2:09 am 


Price is extremely talented.. But it’s true.. He’s NOT getting the right fights, which could really hurt him badly when he steps up and fights a guy like Pulev.

Tyson Fury moved Heaven and Earth to purposely AVOID a Price fight. That was a very smart move by Fury’s people.. Fury IS getting the right fights. That’s what this game is all about—the right fights at the right time. How many career rounds does Price have? That answers your question.

Posted December 22, 2012 11:25 pm 


The ‘mismatches’ v. Harrison and Skelton, were the right steps for Price at this junction. By common consent, most expected Skelton to challenge Price — He didn’t. Let’s offer Price credit.

Posted December 22, 2012 8:31 pm 


2013 will be the year for Price to make it or break it…soon we will see the real Price for better or worse.I think Price is the real deal…but time will tell…

Posted December 22, 2012 6:07 pm 

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