Bojado power = Hamed power?

Bojado power = Hamed power?

Post by Charles Van Morr » Wed, 04 Jul 2001 21:10:06


Is Bojado that hard of a puncher or are these guys not good enough, I
honestly think half of the guys had good basic skills yet he keeps
blowing them away with 2 fisted power.

I'm not YET going to say he punches harder than Corrales or Freitas at
130 (although he's a far better boxer) but he has such nice snap n'
speed to his punches they trully look vicious and bone crunching he
punches like a stocky version of Tommy Hearns, very, very impressive.

He certainly looks like a harder puncher than Mayweather or Casamayor.
He might not look proportionaly as strong as Hamed is physically but
he keeps this up and I'll start thinking P4P he punches equally as
hard he certainly has shown 1 punch KO power.

It' tough to judge for now with the early bums, Vargas rolled over 17
guys by KO but I don't think proportionatly he's the puncher that
Bojado is. Vargas was nowhere as clean n' crisp a puncher as Bojado
either.

Unless he's got a glass chin this kid is as much of a SURE THING as I
have EVER seen, biggest blue chipper since DLH.

I firmly believe that within 12 months he could whip Julio Diaz and
within 24 he might already be good enough to cut the ring off on
Mayweather and that shoulder blocking defence doesn't work so good on
opponents with decent hand speed.

P.S. Steve Kim and Alfonso Marquez did not twist my arm into writting
this post.

Charles

 
 
 

Bojado power = Hamed power?

Post by YoBro5 » Wed, 04 Jul 2001 21:31:07

Quote:
>He certainly looks like a harder puncher than Mayweather or Casamayor.

I'm gonna leave this one alone.

 
 
 

Bojado power = Hamed power?

Post by begge » Thu, 05 Jul 2001 02:25:32


Quote:

> Is Bojado that hard of a puncher or are these guys not good enough, I
> honestly think half of the guys had good basic skills yet he keeps
> blowing them away with 2 fisted power.

> I'm not YET going to say he punches harder than Corrales or Freitas at
> 130 (although he's a far better boxer) but he has such nice snap n'
> speed to his punches they trully look vicious and bone crunching he
> punches like a stocky version of Tommy Hearns, very, very impressive.

> He certainly looks like a harder puncher than Mayweather or Casamayor.
> He might not look proportionaly as strong as Hamed is physically but
> he keeps this up and I'll start thinking P4P he punches equally as
> hard he certainly has shown 1 punch KO power.

> It' tough to judge for now with the early bums, Vargas rolled over 17
> guys by KO but I don't think proportionatly he's the puncher that
> Bojado is. Vargas was nowhere as clean n' crisp a puncher as Bojado
> either.

> Unless he's got a glass chin this kid is as much of a SURE THING as I
> have EVER seen, biggest blue chipper since DLH.

> I firmly believe that within 12 months he could whip Julio Diaz and
> within 24 he might already be good enough to cut the ring off on
> Mayweather and that shoulder blocking defence doesn't work so good on
> opponents with decent hand speed.

> P.S. Steve Kim and Alfonso Marquez did not twist my arm into writting
> this post.

> Charles

Bojado does really look impressive.

Please GOD be a sweet doll and give Bojado a few more inches in height.
 I beg you sir.

 
 
 

Bojado power = Hamed power?

Post by Melanie Le » Thu, 05 Jul 2001 05:25:07

Quote:

>> P.S. Steve Kim and Alfonso Marquez did not twist my arm into writting
>> this post.

        Maybe they asked you politely?  Hear Panchito is going to make
an appearance at a local So. Cal. amateur show this weekend.  

Mel

Amateur Boxing News at
www.amateurboxing.com

 
 
 

Bojado power = Hamed power?

Post by Marty Mulcah » Thu, 05 Jul 2001 14:44:30

I think Hamed has more natural power than Bojado, plus the angles
from which Hamed hits make it in my opinion even harder. Also if
you look at Hamed his legs and calf muscles are huge and I think
he gets much of his power from there. Freitas has natural power
which Bojado might produce later. With Bojado it is all in the
accuracy, his power comes more from placement and speed rather
than natural power. With Freitas and Hamed when they hit their
opponents bodies do some funny things. They are born punchers
which I don't think Bojado is...... sounds corny but there are
boxers who just seem to carry heavy fists. Luck gene pool I
suppose.

                Keep Punching
                    Marty  


Quote:
> Is Bojado that hard of a puncher or are these guys not good enough, I
> honestly think half of the guys had good basic skills yet he keeps
> blowing them away with 2 fisted power.

> I'm not YET going to say he punches harder than Corrales or Freitas at
> 130 (although he's a far better boxer) but he has such nice snap n'
> speed to his punches they trully look vicious and bone crunching he
> punches like a stocky version of Tommy Hearns, very, very impressive.

> He certainly looks like a harder puncher than Mayweather or Casamayor.
> He might not look proportionaly as strong as Hamed is physically but
> he keeps this up and I'll start thinking P4P he punches equally as
> hard he certainly has shown 1 punch KO power.

> It' tough to judge for now with the early bums, Vargas rolled over 17
> guys by KO but I don't think proportionatly he's the puncher that
> Bojado is. Vargas was nowhere as clean n' crisp a puncher as Bojado
> either.

> Unless he's got a glass chin this kid is as much of a SURE THING as I
> have EVER seen, biggest blue chipper since DLH.

> I firmly believe that within 12 months he could whip Julio Diaz and
> within 24 he might already be good enough to cut the ring off on
> Mayweather and that shoulder blocking defence doesn't work so good on
> opponents with decent hand speed.

> P.S. Steve Kim and Alfonso Marquez did not twist my arm into writting
> this post.

> Charles

 
 
 

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Post by The Sanity Cruze » Thu, 05 Jul 2001 15:33:48


Quote:
> I think Hamed has more natural power than Bojado, plus the angles
> from which Hamed hits make it in my opinion even harder.

Welcome back Marty!  I agreed with everything you said.  Also, Bojado is
fighting lesser quality opponents than are Hamed & Freitas.  Bojado still
has the luxury of being able to catch opponents with his Sunday punches.
Lets see what happens when his opposition improves.

                                         TSC

posted & mailed

 
 
 

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Post by ? ¢hè?h??hú » Thu, 05 Jul 2001 19:35:05

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> Welcome back Marty!

Sanity saves me some typing.  Great to see you Marty.

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Post by YoBro5 » Thu, 05 Jul 2001 23:19:29

Quote:
> I agreed with everything you said.  Also, Bojado is
>fighting lesser quality opponents than are Hamed & Freitas.  Bojado still
>has the luxury of being able to catch opponents with his Sunday punches.

I dunno bout that, the quality of Opponents are about the same!
 
 
 

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Post by Patrick Keho » Thu, 05 Jul 2001 23:40:05

Hey! Marty!

P


Quote:
> I think Hamed has more natural power than Bojado, plus the angles
> from which Hamed hits make it in my opinion even harder. Also if
> you look at Hamed his legs and calf muscles are huge and I think
> he gets much of his power from there. Freitas has natural power
> which Bojado might produce later. With Bojado it is all in the
> accuracy, his power comes more from placement and speed rather
> than natural power. With Freitas and Hamed when they hit their
> opponents bodies do some funny things. They are born punchers
> which I don't think Bojado is...... sounds corny but there are
> boxers who just seem to carry heavy fists. Luck gene pool I
> suppose.

>                 Keep Punching
>                     Marty




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Quote:
> > Is Bojado that hard of a puncher or are these guys not good enough, I
> > honestly think half of the guys had good basic skills yet he keeps
> > blowing them away with 2 fisted power.

> > I'm not YET going to say he punches harder than Corrales or Freitas at
> > 130 (although he's a far better boxer) but he has such nice snap n'
> > speed to his punches they trully look vicious and bone crunching he
> > punches like a stocky version of Tommy Hearns, very, very impressive.

> > He certainly looks like a harder puncher than Mayweather or Casamayor.
> > He might not look proportionaly as strong as Hamed is physically but
> > he keeps this up and I'll start thinking P4P he punches equally as
> > hard he certainly has shown 1 punch KO power.

> > It' tough to judge for now with the early bums, Vargas rolled over 17
> > guys by KO but I don't think proportionatly he's the puncher that
> > Bojado is. Vargas was nowhere as clean n' crisp a puncher as Bojado
> > either.

> > Unless he's got a glass chin this kid is as much of a SURE THING as I
> > have EVER seen, biggest blue chipper since DLH.

> > I firmly believe that within 12 months he could whip Julio Diaz and
> > within 24 he might already be good enough to cut the ring off on
> > Mayweather and that shoulder blocking defence doesn't work so good on
> > opponents with decent hand speed.

> > P.S. Steve Kim and Alfonso Marquez did not twist my arm into writting
> > this post.

> > Charles

 
 
 

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Post by Peter G Delly » Fri, 06 Jul 2001 10:24:46

Yo Marty...where ya been hidin'? Welcome back to one of RSB's true scribes.
The collective boxing IQ of RSB just went up a few points.

Peter

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Post by Charles Van Morr » Fri, 06 Jul 2001 20:50:14

Quote:


> >> P.S. Steve Kim and Alfonso Marquez did not twist my arm into writting
> >> this post.

>    Maybe they asked you politely?

Well, first time I watched Panchito Vs Detrick Castor I couldn't help
but notice the intimidating looking old bastards in his corner, they
looked like enforcers for the Mexican Teamster's Union or something.

I do believe Marquez did have some amateur fights, and Joe hernandez
might of had some too, not sure, but they are both O-L-D now so I
figure I could drop them with the jab alone.

As for Kim, I remember when TSC and Chee tried to rob a 711 during the
Rodney King riots and Kim was on top of the 711 with an Uzi trying to
shoot them.

Now seriously, I don't know Kim that well and I'm not sure I would
even want to but let me say that Secondsout.com staff such as Kehoe,
Harrison and Nosky are some of the nicest and smartest people around
but NOBODY in the biz has more time for the fans/readers than Dougie
Fisher from Maxboxing.com, the guy is a real piece of work if go up to
him to BS a little bit he'll be more than glad to spare the time, very
nice guy. You know the type, Mel, young and excitable, one day he'll
be a bitter, grizzled, jadded old bastard like Wally MNatthews and
Katz so enjoy him while he's still passionate about the sport instead
of writting the Boxing obituary like Katz does every 48 hours.

On the other hand don't ask me what a think of Mike Katz.

  Hear Panchito is going to make

Quote:
> an appearance at a local So. Cal. amateur show this weekend.  

Bojado is a nice guy although I wonder if he's being programmed to be
overly nice, it seemed that a mean streak was willing to come out when
Glenn Forde dissed him.

Charles