Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by TomBish » Thu, 09 Aug 2001 22:16:00


Very brave match-making from Bojado's handlers, Cardona is a very
dangerous opponent for such an inexperienced fighter like Bojado.

Tom Bishop

 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by REED BOX » Fri, 10 Aug 2001 00:36:34

when is that fight scheduled for, on tv etc ?.
jessie jr
Quote:
>Very brave match-making from Bojado's handlers, Cardona is a very
>dangerous opponent for such an inexperienced fighter like Bojado.

>Tom Bishop


 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by Squatting Nevill » Fri, 10 Aug 2001 02:43:03

Why are they moving him so fast anyway? I could understand if he was in his
late 20's but he's only 18??


Quote:
> Very brave match-making from Bojado's handlers, Cardona is a very
> dangerous opponent for such an inexperienced fighter like Bojado.

> Tom Bishop


 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by YoBro5 » Fri, 10 Aug 2001 04:17:31

Quote:
>Why are they moving him so fast anyway? I could understand if he was in his
>late 20's but he's only 18??

They want him to get killed, he might win but hes skipping lessons. IF he beats
Cardona then theres no going back. He has to fight tough fights from that day
he beats cardona till the day he retires.  skipping lessons  will catch up to
you.
 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by Ivan Weis » Fri, 10 Aug 2001 05:25:00


Quote:
> Why are they moving him so fast anyway? I could understand if he was in
his
> late 20's but he's only 18??

I'd guess it's because they think Cardona is shot. I'd also guess they're
right. Pito hasn't shown a lot of defense in his last few fights, and not
great recuperative powers, either. IMO if Bojado can tag him early, he'll
have Pito out of there.

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Vashon WA   http://www.unionrecord.com

 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by YoBro5 » Fri, 10 Aug 2001 06:26:12

Quote:
>I'd guess it's because they think Cardona is shot. I'd also guess they're
>right. Pito hasn't shown a lot of defense in his last few fights, and not
>great recuperative powers, either. IMO if Bojado can tag him early, he'll
>have Pito out of there.

First off, Pito blows up to 160. Pito is bigger but not in better shape. #2
LOok at who beat Pito,...Boxers. If Fancisqo boxed and moved I'd say he would
win, since Fancico doesnt its anyones fight.
 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by sneek » Fri, 10 Aug 2001 06:29:17

They want him to get killed, he might win but hes skipping lessons. IF he
beats

Quote:
> Cardona then theres no going back. He has to fight tough fights from that
day
> he beats cardona till the day he retires.  skipping lessons  will catch up
to
> you.

You are absolutely right, as I feel he will beat Cordona, maybe win a title
and a little money and then face an early retirement because the fights will
be too tough from that point.  He will get worn down early.
 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by YoBro5 » Fri, 10 Aug 2001 11:14:30

Quote:
>You are absolutely right, as I feel he will beat Cordona, maybe win a title
>and a little money and then face an early retirement because the fights will
>be too tough from that point.  He will get worn down early.

This is like "Dejavu" (is this the correct spellling ?) of Vargas and David
Reid. Get all the tough fights when they are underdeveloped.

Why sell out now? Why have alll the tough fights now. Develop some, get better.
Get to your potential. Fight these tough journeyman at your level that will go
the distance. Learn something in there, then go for the world title when your
mature in the ring and ready in the right. Sell out now you will be shot by the
time you have 15-20 fights.

Chavez has 100some fights and isnt as shot as david reid, because Chavez was
given the chance to develop in the right, not just dive in and get all the
money you can.

BTW i'm sick of watching Olympians on PPV, people shouldnt have to  Pay to
watch espn2 fights on ppv. Its like we see every thing they do, its almost like
"makeing the band" or makeing the video,..
Trying to make a hero out of them, a David reid story

 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by Ted Panagioti » Sat, 11 Aug 2001 12:37:18

That fight was never agreed to - it was offered to Cardona, however Pito is
not physically ready to fight right now. He had an injured elbow for his
last fight against Julian Wheeler and is resting it.

Ted Panagiotis
www.cesboxing.com


Quote:
> Very brave match-making from Bojado's handlers, Cardona is a very
> dangerous opponent for such an inexperienced fighter like Bojado.

> Tom Bishop

 
 
 

Francisco Bojado Vs. Israel "Pito" Cardona?

Post by YoBro5 » Sat, 11 Aug 2001 23:25:13

Quote:
>He had an injured elbow for his
>last fight against Julian Wheeler and is resting it.

Trying to set him up, get him at the right time, then knock him out and try to
look great. What goes around comes around.