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Home Boxing OCTOBER BOXING PREDICTIONS PART 2
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OCTOBER BOXING PREDICTIONS PART 2

boxing imageKell Brook vs. Vyacheslav Senchenko
Brook has very good skills, but when a fighter is managed the way he has been, one has to wonder if something is being avoided for good reason.  Senchenko is riding high after a win over Hatton, but didn't exactly look like a world beater until he landed the crushing body shot.  If Brook is dragged into a slugfest, or his self-belief wavers at all, the Ukranian will find it out, but odds are Brook will outbox him on the way to a wide 12 round decision
 
Shane Mosley vs. Anthony Mundine
Mosley looked like he still had some fight in him against Cano, and Mundine is the kind of fighter who runs and runs when threatened.  I see Mundine outboxing Mosley for a while, but gradually Mosley will walk him down, and pummel the mouthy Australian into submission.  It may even give Mosley a rare impressive knockout, I'm guessing by round 11.
 
Wladimir Klitschko vs. Alexander Povetkin
This fight is finally happening, and although Povetkin may be, on paper, the best fighter Klitschko has fought in awhile, styles make fights.  Povetkin has been carried for a reason, and he hasn't even looked great against that level.  The Moscow crowd will actually serve to motivate Klitschko, I believe, as he will not want to leave the fight in judges' hands.  If that translates into carelessness for Big Wlad, it is Povetkin's only chance, but my pick is Klitschko by late round KO, in a fight where we know who is going to win halfway through round 1.
 
Miguel Cotto vs. Delvin Rodriguez
Cotto is taking on a warrior in one last shot at the brass rings.  He will get fight, and rounds, out of the Dominican-born Rodriguez, but if he is still for real, should be able to outbox Delvin.  Cotto's jab is there when needed, and he has the ability to adapt to certain styles.  Odds are that Rodriguez will be durable, and keep trying, but probably get circles run around him, as did happen against Austin Trout.  Cotto by UD, as he is still a cut above fighters like Rodriguez... for now.

OCTOBER PREDICTIONS PART 1

Chris Strait
www.convictedartist.com

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