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Dec 02nd
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boxing_imageLucien Bute vs. Glen Johnson
This is one is not tough to call.  If you’re for real, you beat Johnson.  If you’re not, you don’t.  Bute has already proven he is for real.  The questions that remain are of chin and stamina.  These have not been tested since the first Andrade fight, since Bute has been so dominant and powerful of late.  Johnson will provide a test for both of those attributes, while still putting a W on Bute ’s record.  Bute by an 8-4 decision that may be scored even wider.

Timothy Bradley vs. Joel Casamayor
Casamayor vs. Bradley? This one will be dirty.  The old tricks are among the last things to go, and Casamayor will need them.  He may have found new legs recently, but it won’t be enough to take out a determined Bradley.  Unless “Desert Storm has garnered some serious ring rust, we can expect him to dominate the old Cuban champion.  While a knockout wouldn’t surprise me, I will never pick one with Bradley… Bradley by UD or late round TD.

Danny Green vs,. Krystoff Wlodarczyk
These last two fights are shameful, because a fighter is being rewarded for a loss with a shot at a belt.  Shame on the WBC for both of them.  Tarver and Molina should be fighting for titles, not Cintron and Green.  Yet in a belt that has recently added diamond, emeritus, silver, interim, and in-recess to their vocabulary, nothing is surprising.  I would normally pick the Pole to retain his title, since Green is coming off a bad beating, but he’s such a pretender to the throne, that I cannot in good consciousness pick him.  Plus, he will not have home field advantage, which is singlehanded responsible for him getting to call himself a two-time champion.  Green by UD.

Saul Alvarez vs. Kermit Cintron
Carlos Molina already has two wins over JC Chavez Jr (not scored correctly) so don’t think the the other protected Mexican is taking any chances with him.  The goal here is another semi-name scalp for a dimished Cintron.  I, however, think they are making a mistake.  We have written off Cintron before, and he still has his punch.  I don’t think it’s a big enough mistake for Alvarez to be beaten, but he will be a bit exposed.  Alvarez by decision or late TKO, after surviving some rocky moments.

November Predictions Part 1

Chris Strait

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