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Realrocknrolla
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Dubois Joyce didn’t excite much last night.

I could see from R1 that Joyce would use his experience and jab the night away.

Yarde fight coming up Saturday should be well worth a watch.
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Realrocknrolla wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 6:02 pm
Dubois Joyce didn’t excite much last night.

I could see from R1 that Joyce would use his experience and jab the night away.
you saw it from R1 you must have been exited about the odds then at least..
Happy for Joyce seems a great guy
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rik wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 6:13 pm
Realrocknrolla wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 6:02 pm
Dubois Joyce didn’t excite much last night.

I could see from R1 that Joyce would use his experience and jab the night away.
you saw it from R1 you must have been exited about the odds then at least..
Happy for Joyce seems a great guy
To be fair I didn’t get involved mate: Yeah he grinds the work out in the gym!
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Realrocknrolla wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 7:00 pm

To be fair I didn’t get involved mate: Yeah he grinds the work out in the gym!
whats the point you knew he was outjabbing him from R1, great odds and not getting involved, when do you bet then?
changed in weight and shape from the last fight so i doubt hes a gym rat, seems to be into gaming, laid back guys generally not the hardest workers, must have naturally good endurance and his style obviously not explosive
I tried to bet big on joyce after the 8th round but its always a balancing act if there is 10% or so spread and not much getting matched when offering, Dubois was still 1,5-1,6 at the time he quit which looking back was way wrong even though was +4 +1 and -1 on the official scorecards, the fight was clearly going in Joes favour at that point should have really taken more of what was in the market rather than trying to get matched
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rik wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 9:53 pm
Realrocknrolla wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 7:00 pm

To be fair I didn’t get involved mate: Yeah he grinds the work out in the gym!
whats the point you knew he was outjabbing him from R1, great odds and not getting involved, when do you bet then?
changed in weight and shape from the last fight so i doubt hes a gym rat, seems to be into gaming, laid back guys generally not the hardest workers, must have naturally good endurance and his style obviously not explosive
I tried to bet big on joyce after the 8th round but its always a balancing act if there is 10% or so spread and not much getting matched when offering, Dubois was still 1,5-1,6 at the time he quit which looking back was way wrong even though was +4 +1 and -1 on the official scorecards, the fight was clearly going in Joes favour at that point should have really taken more of what was in the market rather than trying to get matched
I wouldn't say he is laid back if you look at his amateur career. He has a decent resume for a pro so far too. I'd like to see him fight Yoka and gain revenge from the Olympics.
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Arthur at 5/1+ is a great bet imo
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Naffman wrote:
Fri Dec 04, 2020 12:13 pm
Arthur at 5/1+ is a great bet imo
Good shout that.
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just watched a bit against the common opponent Spelman, Arthur definitely not a puncher
Probably has to win it clearly Yarde the favoured fighter
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rik wrote:
Fri Dec 04, 2020 4:48 pm
just watched a bit against the common opponent Spelman, Arthur definitely not a puncher
Probably has to win it clearly Yarde the favoured fighter
I do think Arthur wanted the rounds, he's had two 12 rounders now. Yarde looked totally gassed against Kovalev even when he should've got Kov out of there in the 8th.

You listen to Yarde's trainer too and he's a complete muppet.
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Naffman wrote:
Fri Dec 04, 2020 6:41 pm
rik wrote:
Fri Dec 04, 2020 4:48 pm
just watched a bit against the common opponent Spelman, Arthur definitely not a puncher
Probably has to win it clearly Yarde the favoured fighter
I do think Arthur wanted the rounds, he's had two 12 rounders now. Yarde looked totally gassed against Kovalev even when he should've got Kov out of there in the 8th.

You listen to Yarde's trainer too and he's a complete muppet.
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