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I'm very much looking forward to seeing middleweights
John Duddy and Anthony Bonsante slug it out. They will fight next Friday night.

It should be one of the most exciting matches of the year.
 

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pollux said:
I'm very much looking forward to seeing middleweights
John Duddy and Anthony Bonsante slug it out. They will fight next Friday night.

It should be one of the most exciting matches of the year.
id say duddy takes bonsante out in maybe 3 or 4 explosive rounds.
 

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pollux said:
I'm very much looking forward to seeing middleweights
John Duddy and Anthony Bonsante slug it out. They will fight next Friday night.

It should be one of the most exciting matches of the year.
Are you tryin to sell us the PPV?

Do you get it free or have to order it?
If ESPN did not have fights I would probably get it , but now I am not sure. Pretty weak undercard also. I dunno if I will get it.:dunno:

Duddy vs Campas was awesome fight of the year canidate but not sure about Bonsante.
 

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to Erik about Duddy v. Bonsante

ERIK said:
Are you tryin to sell us the PPV?

Do you get it free or have to order it?
Duddy vs Campas was awesome fight of the year canidate but not sure about Bonsante.
No, I am not trying to sell you anything. I should have mentioned that Boxing indicates on it's schedule that the fight will not be televised. But since Duddy is an exciting and popular fighter, the type made for television, it should be repeated.

Don't count Bonsante out, though. In January he won a 12 round UD over Matt Vanda, in Minneapolis, across from Vanda's hometown of St.Paul. That was where, in 2004, Vanda was given an unbelievable decision over Sam Garr. It ranks with the disgrace of Brinkley being awarded the decision over Bonsante.

The fight of Duddy versus Campas was the best fight of 2006. But it should have been called a draw. Duddy was taking too many punches in the last round and was bleeding.

Whoever wins this one should fight Joey Gilbert to unify the middleweight title.
 

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pollux said:
No, I am not trying to sell you anything. I should have mentioned that Boxing indicates on it's schedule that the fight will not be televised. But since Duddy is an exciting and popular fighter, the type made for television, it should be repeated.

Don't count Bonsante out, though. In January he won a 12 round UD over Matt Vanda, in Minneapolis, across from Vanda's hometown of St.Paul. That was where, in 2004, Vanda was given an unbelievable decision over Sam Garr. It ranks with the disgrace of Brinkley being awarded the decision over Bonsante.

The fight of Duddy versus Campas was the best fight of 2006. But it should have been called a draw. Duddy was taking too many punches in the last round and was bleeding.

Whoever wins this one should fight Joey Gilbert to unify the middleweight title.


Its televised its on PPV Friday night for $24.95


As far as Bonsante he is an average fighter at best. He has lost everytime he has faced a good fighter.

I like watchin Duddy but this fight should be on ESPN or VS or something.
 

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tommygunn said:
id say duddy takes bonsante out in maybe 3 or 4 explosive rounds.
Duddy should be the favorite. If he's up to form, the bout should not go the distance.But other than the surprisingly tough competition Duddy got from Campas, Bonsante could give him the most trouble yet. Bonsante won his last two fights against fairly good men. Campas should ask for a rematch. Hopefully, the bout will be taped for future broadcast.
 
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