Leija vs, Bojado by GloveGP.......

Leija vs, Bojado by GloveGP.......

Post by TheGlove » Fri, 23 Jul 2004 13:18:35


This has been authored by glovegp, any use of this novel without my consent
will result in prosecution to the fullest extent of the law. ....

Im picking leija to win, I still remember him hurting Micky Ward though that
was a long time ago, and he has more experience fighting some p4p greats like
Tszyu and Oscar. He is much better than jaun carlos rubio but he cuts easy and
is old. Im not sold on Bojado, but I doubt he would be allowed to take this
fight unless his people really thought leija was done.

Wow, another masterpiece by GloveGP

 
 
 

Leija vs, Bojado by GloveGP.......

Post by Thanato » Fri, 23 Jul 2004 22:54:49

This is a very interesting fight.
Leija is a very experienced and crafty veteran who knows Boxing inside and
out. He is tough and smart. Bajado has been known to not train seriously and
tire in the later rounds.
When I first saw Bajado fight a couple years ago, I thought that I was
seeing the next great Champion but his weight problems and questionable work
ethic has really made me rethink that position.
Leija is definitely way past his prime and Bajado may never reached his full
potential. I did pick Bajado by UD because I know he has the talent, I just
hope he put in the training.

LT


Quote:
> This has been authored by glovegp, any use of this novel without my
consent
> will result in prosecution to the fullest extent of the law. ....

> Im picking leija to win, I still remember him hurting Micky Ward though
that
> was a long time ago, and he has more experience fighting some p4p greats
like
> Tszyu and Oscar. He is much better than jaun carlos rubio but he cuts easy
and
> is old. Im not sold on Bojado, but I doubt he would be allowed to take
this
> fight unless his people really thought leija was done.

> Wow, another masterpiece by GloveGP


 
 
 

Leija vs, Bojado by GloveGP.......

Post by Steved71 » Sat, 24 Jul 2004 14:36:11

Quote:
>Im picking leija to win,

I'm not.

Quote:
> I still remember him hurting Micky Ward though that
>was a long time ago,

Yeah, good point, he did hurt Ward, and knowing how tough Ward is, that was
quie an accomplishment. I always liked Jesse James, but I think it's time for
the younger Bojado to step up to the plate and win a good, close fight.

Bojado UD by 2 points, maybe even a draw.

Quote:
>Im not sold on Bojado,

Neither am I, that's what makes this fight so interesting.

Scar TKO