lol. when we say this were bias but when the u.s contingent say floyd p4p #1 were supposed to keep a straight face. :laugh:tyson said:yes im a huge fan of british boxing due to the fact that im british and we are ruleing some of the divisions out there.
Calzaghe, Hatton and upcomeing world champ amir khan to name a few
yh mate. But its true. British boxing is great at the moment. i would like to see anyone at either 140 or 147 beat our own ricky hatton or anyone beat joe calzaghe.tommygunn said:lol. when we say this were bias but when the u.s contingent say floyd p4p #1 were supposed to keep a straight face. :laugh:
OMG styles make fights mate. Hatton is ferosious and hits very hard to the body. Most fighter would go down from a hard blow to the ribs. Chavez wasnt the terminator. He was beatable. Just most of his first 60 odd fights were against very ordinary oposition.prettyboywho said:Are you serious. Its a clear mis-match. Do you all understand the quality of fighters that Chavez has fought? Put it like this. If Collazo gave Hatton that much trouble think about what Chavez would do. And to say that Hatton could drop Chavez is just plain crazy. Taylor was a faster stronger and better boxer than Hatton. And he hit Chavez with everything he had. And can anybody tell me what happened in the last round?????? And who actually looked like they was in a war. Chavez didnt. He was losing the fight but Taylor looked beat up. So like I said Hatton vs Chavez is a mis-match.
man hes a natural light welterweight. Hes graet at this wieghtprettyboywho said:So what weight class did Hatton move up from?
prettyboywho said:so the fight with Hatton would had been at 135 and Chaves would have won. And Tyson you said that Chaves was beatable. Well everyone is beatable but how long did it take and how many great fighters did he fight until he was beaten?