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july 2014 boxing predictionsTyson Fury vs. Dereck Chisora 2
Believe it or not, their first match did not have much trash talk.  Maybe this was because both men were barely prospects, and it was a lightly-regarded British domestic matchup.  Since then, however, both have gone in divergent paths.  Fury is still unbeaten, largely untested, and hasn't done that well in the tests he has had.  Chisora has fought for the world title, and had many big showdowns with other top heavyweights, but has also racked up his share of losses: Haye, Klitschko, and Fury.  Chisora has also needed a bit of help to score his most recent wins.  The competition level has been very different, making Chisora by far the more experienced, but something tells me he just can't get to Fury, given their styles.  Fury by another 12 round UD.
Bryant Jennings vs. Mike Perez
Just after the tragic Mago fight, there would be no question Mike Perez would be the favorite here.  However, since then, Perez looked fairly ordinary against Carlos Takam, while Jennings looked like a world beater against admittedly not a world-class opponent.  The styles are what's important here, and Perez has not fought as smart a fighter as Jennings yet.  That should make the difference.  Jennings by MD in a close chess match with occasional bursts of good action.
Gennady Golvokin vs. Daniel Geale
There are many fighters now being called "the right style to trouble GGG".  Could it be wishful thinking that we want to see the formidable Kazakh challenged at all?  This year, if it does indeed bring Murray, Geale, and/or Soliman, Golovkin should have at least upped the level of competition.  Geale has shown an iron chin thus far in his career, but that has rarely stopped GGG.  Geale's awkward attack could actually make him the first fighter to bank rounds against GGG, but eventually Golovkin will break him, as he does everyone.. probably with body shots in this case.  GGG by mid/late round TKO.

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