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coleman

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We mostly get to know more about them once they win a title or two but most of the time, little is known about these boxers, right before they turned pro. In my opinion, I feel like Vincent Feigenbutz is a seasoned fighter who will give others a run for their money. He is just 22 years with a brilliant 28-2 record and with a 83%KO punching tower. Who would you place your money on?
 

Poppy

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@coleman I've never heard of him until now, so I googled and Feigenbutz does seem impressive. I can see why he's a favourite.


Personally, I think the heavyweight British boxer, Daniel Dubois, will continue to rise. He boasts a 91.7% knockout-to-win ratio, but beyond that, the bloke is incredibly entertaining and is ace on the mic. Dubois is only 21 too, so he has plenty of time to make a strong name for himself.
 

didge

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@Poppy Daniel Dubois is a great fighter and besides his great knockout-to-win ratio, he is the British heavyweight champion. It almost feels like there are a lot of prominent boxers out there who are only waiting for an opportunity to grace the big stage.
 

Poppy

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Exactly, @didge, and I'd like to see them get a chance. I'm tired of seeing the same boxers pushed to the forefront. I'd like a long break from Mayweather, Fury, Wilder, and Pacquiao. I know Mayweather is mostly retired, but he still gets so much press that it feels like he's always there. I guess he deserves it though.
 
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I need a new upcoming contender hero to watch, so thanks for the recs. I'll check them out. I used to think Alex Saucedo had lasting potential, but that loss against Mau rice Hooker about a year ago changed my mind.
 
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coleman

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@Poppy, I think Mayweather stopped regarding boxing as a sport and now looks at it as a money-making venture. The reality is that there are very many potential sportsmen out here who have to overcome many obstacles.
 

lymmo

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When Andy Ruiz Jr. defeated Antony Joshua, many were shocked and looked at it a major upset. Considering that he was little known then, I concluded that there is a lot of young talent and stiff competition. Hard work and resilience are what determine how far anyone can go.
 
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