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(07-12-2018, 10:23 PM)Infern0 Wrote: [ -> ]IF cojanu can mess Ortiz around for 8 rounds and do what he did to Parker, then he actually has a chance late. Ortiz basically was allowed to fight at his own pace against Wilder and he was terribly gassed in the round wilder took him out. And i mean he was gasping for air.

Cojanu needs to stay away from ortiz power shots for 8-9 rounds, lean on him, wrestle him, dont even worry about losing a point or even two, and then throw everything at Ortiz when his tank empties.

I migh actually throw 50 on razman.

Come on mate don't be silly save your money lol Ortiz aint gassing late and losing this one hahaha.
Yep can't see Cojanu winning 1 or 2 rounds.. most likely gets KO'd
I can't see Conjanu winning at all but I don't see him getting KO. He will run and fight negatively and it will be a easy win for Ortiz. I do think it will be interesting to see if Ortiz has a good out put through out the fight.
Dillian Whyte, Jarrell Miller and Tony Bellew all above Joe in Boxrec...

What a joke
(07-25-2018, 09:27 PM)NakiFan Wrote: [ -> ]Dillian Whyte, Jarrell Miller and Tony Bellew all above Joe in Boxrec...

What a joke

It assume that the winner of JP v DW will go to #3 on those ratings 
Ortiz is the real deal
Wilder Ortiz 2 please
BOXING RESULTS
Ortiz demolishes Cojanu in two
By Rocky Morales at ringside

Heavyweight Luis “King Kong” Ortiz (29-1, 25KO) destroyed former world title challenger, 6’7” Razvan Cojanu, by way of knockout at 2:08 of the second round on Saturday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Ortiz easily won the opening round and hurt the much bigger Cojanu with a body shot. Cojanu, for whatever reason, seemed to taunt Ortiz during the fight and that didn’t go so well as Ortiz landed a right hook that opened up Cojanu perfectly for a laser-guided missile of a straight left cross that dropped Cojanu like a 269-pound sack of potatoes. Cojanu twice attempted to get up but fell each time and when he did manage to get up, it was on unsteady legs, and seemingly concussed, prompting the referee to stop the fight. WBC #4 ranked Ortiz returns seemingly unblemished from his knockout loss to World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder, with a very impressive victory. Ortiz did in less than two rounds what former World Boxing Organization (WBO) heavyweight champ, Joseph Parker, couldn’t do in twelve rounds and that is knock out Cojanu.
Well i guess I overrated Joe lol hahaha got all my picks wrong this weekend.
(07-25-2018, 09:27 PM)NakiFan Wrote: [ -> ]Dillian Whyte, Jarrell Miller and Tony Bellew all above Joe in Boxrec...

What a joke

Don't know if it is a joke. Parker is average 
(07-30-2018, 01:58 AM)U.K. Fight Fan Wrote: [ -> ]
(07-25-2018, 09:27 PM)NakiFan Wrote: [ -> ]Dillian Whyte, Jarrell Miller and Tony Bellew all above Joe in Boxrec...

What a joke

Don't know if it is a joke. Parker is average 

Parker fought average, he has all the skills in the world, yet didn't fire them when it needed. He is far from average.