UnderGround Forums Vasyl Lomachenko with Mikey Garcia (pic)

12/11/17 7:27 AM
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12/11/17 7:32 AM
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fairly the same size   i say do it at 135

12/11/17 7:36 AM
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That’s a significant size difference..

12/11/17 8:27 AM
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Garcia is overrated. Loma will batter him, despite the size disadvantage.
12/11/17 8:30 AM
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Holloway is a problem for both of them with his skull size.
12/11/17 8:37 AM
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GOAT St. Pierre - Holloway is a problem for both of them with his skull size.

Nah its Garcia who beats both Lomachenko and Holloway skull-wise

12/11/17 8:58 AM
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Who are these miniature humans? Are they horse jockeys?
12/11/17 9:00 AM
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touch - 
GOAT St. Pierre - Holloway is a problem for both of them with his skull size.

Nah its Garcia who beats both Lomachenko and Holloway skull-wise


WTF
12/11/17 9:29 AM
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dude that first pic with the watch makes Loma look incredibly tiny...i mean he is, but still
12/11/17 11:20 AM
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Don't they train at the same gym or didn't they for awhile ? They've had to have sparred before
12/11/17 1:31 PM
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AlphaTardTravisFan - Don't they train at the same gym or didn't they for awhile ? They've had to have sparred before

Mikey Garcia trains with Robert Garcia... Lomachenko trains with Antoly Lomachenko...
12/11/17 3:13 PM
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TheThrill - dude that first pic with the watch makes Loma look incredibly tiny...i mean he is, but still
Lomas left arm looks tiny in pic.
12/11/17 3:50 PM
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ClydeErwinBarret - 
AlphaTardTravisFan - Don't they train at the same gym or didn't they for awhile ? They've had to have sparred before

Mikey Garcia trains with Robert Garcia... Lomachenko trains with Antoly Lomachenko...

Training at the same gym is different than being trained by the same fighter, after looking into it Lomachenko did train at Garcia's gym and is now training at AAA All star sports or something to that affect
12/11/17 6:22 PM
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Ragingshaneistheanswer - 
TheThrill - dude that first pic with the watch makes Loma look incredibly tiny...i mean he is, but still
Lomas left arm looks tiny in pic.

He looks like a marathon runner in that picture.
12/11/17 6:24 PM
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Mikey is a pretty small guy. I talked to him in June at an amatuer tourney in Menifee. He seemed to have picked up some muscle during his time away, but he was still average sized for a 135lber. Loma's speed would cause him big problems, but Mikey has the timing and power to change their fight with one shot. I think them at 135lbs is the big fight to make below 160lbs.

12/11/17 7:00 PM
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12/11/17 7:06 PM
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this would be a good fight, both guys are very talented and in prime. hopefully this figth is made for 2018

12/11/17 8:05 PM
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I really want to see those 2 fight. I think Mikey is the only at 130 and 135 pounds that could possibly beat Lomachenko.

But that blinding hand and foot speed Loma has will cause Mikey problems

 

12/11/17 8:44 PM
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I would pick Garcia.. He is great because he never gets out of position.

I haven't been too impressed with Lomencheko. Flashy stuff against lack luster talent.
12/11/17 9:09 PM
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Hey Bro - I would pick Garcia.. He is great because he never gets out of position.

I haven't been too impressed with Lomencheko. Flashy stuff against lack luster talent.

No. Rigo,Walters,Gary Russell Jr are all top tier fighters and they were all undefeated coming in vs Loma and they were completely and utterly dominated.

Roman Martinez is a good fighter as well. Multiple time world champion. Knocked down Mikey Garcia.

12/11/17 9:25 PM
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boxing wiz - 

Mikey is a pretty small guy. I talked to him in June at an amatuer tourney in Menifee. He seemed to have picked up some muscle during his time away, but he was still average sized for a 135lber. Loma's speed would cause him big problems, but Mikey has the timing and power to change their fight with one shot. I think them at 135lbs is the big fight to make below 160lbs.


Garcia beat down Adrien Broner at 140lbs. and Broner is not a small 140lbs.er
12/11/17 10:07 PM
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ClydeErwinBarret -
boxing wiz - 

Mikey is a pretty small guy. I talked to him in June at an amatuer tourney in Menifee. He seemed to have picked up some muscle during his time away, but he was still average sized for a 135lber. Loma's speed would cause him big problems, but Mikey has the timing and power to change their fight with one shot. I think them at 135lbs is the big fight to make below 160lbs.


Garcia beat down Adrien Broner at 140lbs. and Broner is not a small 140lbs.er
Broner is not a serious boxer. A few years back, he went on a rap tour, partied every night, picked up a drug habit and got fat. That is not a man who is dedicated to the sport of boxing. Meanwhile, he had Floyd to mentor him but he really blew it. Broner doesn't have the mental for the elite of the elite.
12/12/17 12:43 AM
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Stern -
Hey Bro - I would pick Garcia.. He is great because he never gets out of position.

I haven't been too impressed with Lomencheko. Flashy stuff against lack luster talent.

No. Rigo,Walters,Gary Russell Jr are all top tier fighters and they were all undefeated coming in vs Loma and they were completely and utterly dominated.

Roman Martinez is a good fighter as well. Multiple time world champion. Knocked down Mikey Garcia.

Why even reply. Just roll your eyes and keep it moving as soon as you read “lack luster talent”

some people don’t know shit about boxing 

12/12/17 1:38 AM
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conor and loma at 145lbs. 11 fights vs 2
12/12/17 1:57 AM
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GOAT St. Pierre -
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GOAT St. Pierre - Holloway is a problem for both of them with his skull size.

Nah its Garcia who beats both Lomachenko and Holloway skull-wise


WTF
Almost looks shopped