ChiTownBoxer wrote:I stayed up till like 7am to watch Antonio Tarver - Danny Green... It was in Australia so i had to watch it on the internet... Anyways, Tarver didn't look bad at all. I think he even floored Green in the second round and eventually won by KO in the 9th i believe. Kayode is a strong ass dude (at least it seems that way). But i believe that Tarver is too skilled for him. Kayode should be fighting as a heavyweight anyways.. I wonder what he weighs on fight night.
What most impressed with Tarver was his chin!, and ability to change angles, Green landed some decent punches on Tarver and it did not even faze him, Green gassed a bit in the later rounds and Tarvers accuracy in the end just caught up with Green
It does seem that although Tarver was a bit flabby at heavy weight he still looks like he takes his conditioning seriously and cruiser seems to suit him well.
Sould be interesting to see how he fares against Kayodes youth and power
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