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Wonder why they decided to feed him to Delvin?.

Posted February 18, 2013 4:17 pm 

marcus oliveia derek tyler hickey shawn hawk roger cantrell joe hipp ralph moar jr we all hate camacheboy

What cornball people will think all us native peple are talentless cornballs that can,t fight.That douch needed a reality his stupid videos on youtube.he thought he was so great because he beat bums. I seen him get his ass beat by longacre who is a better boxer and walker who got paid to carry him.I know so many natives that get errced by him trying to act like native ali in youtube videos.i hpe c girl shutsup

Posted February 17, 2013 11:41 am 


My sincere apologies to Sean O’Grady, Grady Brewer, and Carson Jones!!

Posted February 16, 2013 10:10 pm 


Broke my heart when Wimpy beat my boy, all time favorite Tim ‘The Doughboy’ Tomashek!! Sad day!!! Compared to Tap, at least Wimpy fought live bodies!!

Posted February 16, 2013 10:08 pm 


There are active fighters with upwards of 50-60 wins and minimal loses, right now, in places like Oklahoma, Arkansas and Indiana, who truly could not last 3 rounds with Hector Camacho, right now!!!

Posted February 16, 2013 9:57 pm 


Monte Masters, Wimpy Halstead. Unfortanately Tap follows the same pattern as most Oklahoma fighters.

Posted February 16, 2013 8:45 pm 


Kid Blast, it was interesting to me that “D-Rod” did not effectively use his jab when he fought Trout. Trout didn’t negate it, Rodriguez just didn’t use it with authority. Tell ya one thing, Delviin sure had Trout backpedaling after he nailed him a few times in the face.

Posted February 16, 2013 8:34 pm 


I have been a fan of Delvin Rodriguez for quite a while, classy boxer& reasonable power. I hope he gets another crack at a title soon.

Posted February 16, 2013 7:29 pm 


I watched the fight because I had read previous blogs how this Indian was going to pull an upset from many of the bloggers because he was tough and strong puncher. I actually believed them until after the 2nd round I thought I was watching a street fighter who had the misfortune to walk into a boxing gym and challenge the guy with the least muscular stature and got himself whupped badly. I don’t know if some of these monday morning quartebacks were the same folks who said the Indian had a great chance of winning but now everyone here writes it was a mismatch from the beginning. If you are those people, shame on you for changing your minds after the fact. I was actually rooting for the Indian because it looked so bad.

Posted February 16, 2013 6:21 pm 


WHY was this fight made?? Why has D-Rod fought a record setting 15 times on Friday Night Fights?? ESPN could not be any more transparent!! They take care of their boy/prized employee Delvin!! And, last night they threw him a guy who couldn’t win a novice division golden gloves title!! What’s worse, Teddy and Joe tried to pretend that garbage was TV worthy. Shame on you Teddy – shame on you Joe!! You two are as responsible as anyone for the state of our game; you only masquerade as its patron saints!

Posted February 16, 2013 5:55 pm 


The difference in skills between these two fighters was V A S T — it really was a mismatch. George showed lots of heart and he tried, but he simply didn’t deserve to be in the same ring as the well-rounded, highly-skilled Rodriguez. I’d like to see Rodriguez get a crack at Cotto — that would make for a very good fight, and one that could make some cash for both fighters.

Posted February 16, 2013 5:24 pm 

Old Man

George showed a good chin and heart but not the speed or skills to fight Delvin on his level. Delvin height and reach also became a factor.

Posted February 16, 2013 3:34 pm 


missing word: guy(George)

Posted February 16, 2013 3:14 pm 


I watched the fight up to round three then shutoff my television. The other was fnng slow and not punching. Very boring fight.

Posted February 16, 2013 3:13 pm 

Kid Blast

Rodriguez works behind a piston-like jab to set up his straight rights, bruising left hooks, and jarring uppercuts. His body work is also very good. He is a master counterpuncher and his combinations generated by superb hand speed are of a slashing nature which often cut and bruise his opponents. Delvin is a particularly punishing fighter and many have never been the same after fighting him.

Posted February 16, 2013 3:01 pm 

Kid Blast

Delvin’s problem tends to be inconsistency (and sometimes stamina). When he is hot, he sizzles as against Wolak and Mike Arnaoutis. When he’s off his game, he is ice cold. However, he has been the victim of some truly terrible decisions (for example, Ashley Theopane, Rafal Jackiewicz, and twice against Isaac Hlatshwayo). Delvin has been on the short end of so many a terrible decisions, he should be nicknamed “The Hard Luck Kid.” His record easily could be 31-2-2 instead of 26-6-3.

Posted February 16, 2013 3:00 pm 

brick city

mismatch from the start!!!!!

Posted February 16, 2013 2:16 pm 


Rodriguez gave Tahdooahnippah a real beating. It was fortunate the ref stopped the fight in the 5th. Rodriguez does have good offensive skills. I think he’s good enough to get back into the top 10 in the junior middleweight division. There are a lot of good fights out there for him….but they will be tough.

Posted February 16, 2013 2:14 pm 

Kid Blast


“I see this one going Delvin’s way based on the respective styles of the two fighters and their respective level of experience. Rodriguez should begin to pick Tahdooahnippah apart early with his slashing punches off his punishing jabs. By the third round, D-Rod will open up with the heavy artillery and punish George with ripping body shots. The stoppage in an action packed fight should occur by the sixth round.”

Now if only my luck had continued at the poker tables, it would have been a perfect night,

Posted February 16, 2013 2:10 pm 



Posted February 16, 2013 2:08 pm 


Someone should tell George he has FEET!

Posted February 16, 2013 1:39 pm 

General Custer

That brave was too brave for his own good.

Posted February 16, 2013 1:15 pm 

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