Favorite Rounds?

Discussion in 'Boxing News and Discussion' started by The Hitman, Dec 30, 2003.

  1. The Hitman

    The Hitman Hitman

    What are some of your favorite rounds? i have to say one of the most dramatic for me was Ike-DLH round 12. what is so remarkable is that DLH is laying a beat down on ike yet there is NO SUITABLE point where you could have stopped it. Ike never stopped throwing return punches. the ref woulf have been clobbered by ike if he stepped in.

    also shock value rounds: when chavez and lopez got dropped by randall and rosendo respectively. wowzers :eek:

    Hitman
     
  2. Xplosive

    Xplosive Member

    Rd 6 of Hagler-Mugabi was incredible.
     
  3. Hawktime

    Hawktime Guest

    Has to be the last round of Chavez/Taylor
     
  4. mex fighter

    mex fighter Meqcksykin

    toss up between sanchez/gomez round 1 and round 8.
     
  5. ericjw

    ericjw Member

    Chavez-Taylor I round 10
    Hopkins-Trinidad round 10
    Bowe-Holyfield I round 10
    Foreman-Lyle rounds 4 & 5
    Hagler-Hearns round 1
    Hamed-Kelley round 2
    Cooper-Moorer round 1
     
  6. Jack1000

    Jack1000 Boxing Fanatic

    Favorite Rounds:

    Ward-Gatti I (9)
    Hagler-Hearns (1)
    Lee-Locicero (5)
    Gomez-Pintor (3)
    Chacon-Limon IV (any round from 3 on)
    Pryor-Arguello I (any round, especially round 1!)
    Robinson-Gatti I (any round, favorite non title fight of all time!)
    Sauud Muhammad-Johnson I (any round)
    Sauud Muhammad-Lopez I and II (8)
    Bowe-Holyfield I ( 10)
    Holmes-Norton (15)
    Morales-Barrera I ( 5)
    Duran-Barkley (round 7 or 8, can't rememeber exactly)
    Barkley-Hearns I (3)(GREAT KO!)

    Jack
     
  7. Tam-Tam

    Tam-Tam Member

    This dude is swtiched on.

    Cooper-Moorer was awsome. I thought Michael was dead when he went down in the first round. I was scouring the image to see the shooter.
     
  8. Braith...

    Braith... Guest

    [QUOTEWhat are some of your favorite rounds? i have to say one of the most dramatic for me was Ike-DLH round 12. what is so remarkable is that DLH is laying a beat down on ike yet there is NO SUITABLE point where you could have stopped it. Ike never stopped throwing return punches. the ref woulf have been clobbered by ike if he stepped in] [/QUOTE]

    Hitman, watch the very end of DLH's flurry, Ike stops throwing punches and starts blocking DlH's punches, but by that time DLH's punches had lost a bit of sting, so it was a good call not to stop the fight.
     
  9. The Hitman

    The Hitman Hitman

    Hitman, watch the very end of DLH's flurry, Ike stops throwing punches and starts blocking DlH's punches, but by that time DLH's punches had lost a bit of sting, so it was a good call not to stop the fight. [/QUOTE]

    nope, there is one instance where ike blocks two punches and that;s it. he NEVER STOPS THROWING PUNCHES! there is no point where the ref could have stopped the fight. ike never "started" blocking punches, his arms barely ever stopped moving. sure they were all arm punches but that matters not

    Hitman
     
  10. Braith...

    Braith... Guest

    Yeah i know it was only for an instant, where he blocked those 2 punches, i was actually agreeing with you, just pointing out that instant at the very end of the flurry [​IMG]
     
  11. The Hitman

    The Hitman Hitman

    oh ok :D [​IMG]

    Hitman
     
  12. mex fighter

    mex fighter Meqcksykin

    konadu vs sahaprom round 2
     
  13. Crocodillo

    Crocodillo Guest

    Page vs Lopez (Round 2)


    I dont understand how Lopez could have lost that fight..everytime he hit page..page was out on his feet almost
     
  14. Tam-Tam

    Tam-Tam Member

    Lopez lost that fight the same way he lost both his major league chances - his reluctance to let his hands go.

    Lopez was too lazy, a waste...and I can't stand him for that same reason.
     
  15. Remus

    Remus Member

    morales V mab rnd 7 i think. who cares, pretty much 8 out of 12 rnds were classic.

    i aslo think ike V dlh 12 was a screamer.
     
  16. Tam-Tam

    Tam-Tam Member

    Sanchez-Gomez round 1.

    If you could put a picture, next to word "careerneverbeingthesameagain" in a boxing dictionary, it would be of that round.
     
  17. Joonie73

    Joonie73 Guest

    Go to this link

    http://www.ddanzi.com/ddanziilbo/121/121sp_062.asp

    And click on the first blue rectangle link.

    It has Sung-Kil Moon v. Nana Konadu 1st round. A pretty good round. Moon is down once & Konadu down twice. This fight is usually considered the best fight in the division history.
     
  18. Rebel

    Rebel Admin

    Moon looked like Ricardo Mayorga in that bout. Crude yet powerful. Did he look like that in every fight?
     
  19. Rebel

    Rebel Admin

    BTW, thanks for posting that link.
     
  20. Valdosta

    Valdosta Boxing Fanatics Moderator

    Caveman Lee-John Locicero round 5
     

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