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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2013 5:42 pm 
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Dapudong vs Joyi IBO clash raises many questions

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Is this a good match-up for Dapudong? or is does this smell like a brewing Hometown Decision for Joyi since the fight will be held at South Africa. The funny thing is Joyi will be coming from 105 lbs (Strawweight) to fight Dapudong who is the current IBO 115 lbs (Super Flyweight) Champion.

Does the pinoy fighter have an advantage here?

Your thoughts guys 8)

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2013 8:02 pm 
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a loser in a straw-weight title fight and moving up 10 pounds north to face newly crowned IBO super flyweight champion Edrin Dapudong :shock:

that would be an overwhelming advantage for Dapudong, let alone the phone call instructions from Heredia 8)

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 2:45 am 
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if dapudong annihilates this small former champ, what would be the reaction of the media... he is not fighting his size and a tainted win.

give him an opponent his size, possibly a mexican--- dami dyan. nothing to worry. heredia is on his side. :box: :box:


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 7:39 am 
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it's a massacre.. :chainsaw:

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:29 pm 
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Weight wise its a mismatch...

But I know where these africans are standing.

Coming from the lower weight class has always the speed advantage.

Their plan is use the speed and not to get KOed by Dapudong.

As long as their fighter is standing until the final bell.... Dapudong can't beat Joyi on the scorecards..

I have been following the pinoy fights in south africa..

You have to KO your opponent if you want to win.

Other than that, there is not other way.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 1:50 pm 
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goldunderfire wrote:
Weight wise its a mismatch...

But I know where these africans are standing.

Coming from the lower weight class has always the speed advantage.

Their plan is use the speed and not to get KOed by Dapudong.

As long as their fighter is standing until the final bell.... Dapudong can't beat Joyi on the scorecards..

I have been following the pinoy fights in south africa..

You have to KO your opponent if you want to win.

Other than that, there is not other way.


you have a point bro, so this Joyi must be fighting like Ivan Calderon, and if Dapudong doesnt know how to cut off the ring, he is then more likely to lose the fight via controversial decision again.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 3:57 pm 
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Santo_Papi wrote:
Dapudong vs Joyi IBO clash raises many questions

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http://www.boxingscene.com/dapudong-vs-joyi-ibo-clash-raises-many-questions--66772

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Is this a good match-up for Dapudong? or is does this smell like a brewing Hometown Decision for Joyi since the fight will be held at South Africa. The funny thing is Joyi will be coming from 105 lbs (Strawweight) to fight Dapudong who is the current IBO 115 lbs (Super Flyweight) Champion.

Does the pinoy fighter have an advantage here?

Your thoughts guys 8)


TS, no offense bro. In my little knowledge though i'm not good in grammar , you're referring to a place not a specific venue. So, it should be 'in' South Africa not 'at' South Africa. Peace bro.


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2013 5:27 pm 
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Joyi will just clinch and run all night long. if Edrin cannot knock Joyi out, Edrin will lose via decision.

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:58 am 
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rjunz1 wrote:
Santo_Papi wrote:
Dapudong vs Joyi IBO clash raises many questions

Here's the link
http://www.boxingscene.com/dapudong-vs-joyi-ibo-clash-raises-many-questions--66772

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Is this a good match-up for Dapudong? or is does this smell like a brewing Hometown Decision for Joyi since the fight will be held at South Africa. The funny thing is Joyi will be coming from 105 lbs (Strawweight) to fight Dapudong who is the current IBO 115 lbs (Super Flyweight) Champion.

Does the pinoy fighter have an advantage here?

Your thoughts guys 8)


TS, no offense bro. In my little knowledge though i'm not good in grammar , you're referring to a place not a specific venue. So, it should be 'in' South Africa not 'at' South Africa. Peace bro.


no offense taken :) , but you did not answer the question...what do you think about Dapudong's chances against Joyi?

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 29, 2013 10:00 am 
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kissmark88 wrote:
goldunderfire wrote:
Weight wise its a mismatch...

But I know where these africans are standing.

Coming from the lower weight class has always the speed advantage.

Their plan is use the speed and not to get KOed by Dapudong.

As long as their fighter is standing until the final bell.... Dapudong can't beat Joyi on the scorecards..

I have been following the pinoy fights in south africa..

You have to KO your opponent if you want to win.

Other than that, there is not other way.


you have a point bro, so this Joyi must be fighting like Ivan Calderon, and if Dapudong doesnt know how to cut off the ring, he is then more likely to lose the fight via controversial decision again.


That is going to be a bummer if that happens, I am hoping that Dapudong would not be another Sonny Boy Jaro. :(

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 29, 2013 10:03 am 
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ferdie_000 wrote:
if dapudong annihilates this small former champ, what would be the reaction of the media... he is not fighting his size and a tainted win.

give him an opponent his size, possibly a mexican--- dami dyan. nothing to worry. heredia is on his side. :box: :box:


I think they are obligated to fight in South Africa for this fight because of the contract when he was given a rematch by Buthelzi (or whatever the former champions last name is). But it would be a very good matchup when that happens :D

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 29, 2013 10:04 am 
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Joyi will just clinch and run all night long. if Edrin cannot knock Joyi out, Edrin will lose via decision.


We are of the same mindset sir :D

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 29, 2013 10:05 am 
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a loser in a straw-weight title fight and moving up 10 pounds north to face newly crowned IBO super flyweight champion Edrin Dapudong :shock:

that would be an overwhelming advantage for Dapudong, let alone the phone call instructions from Heredia 8)


I just hope that Dapudong nails him with a big one to end the fight in a KO. Wishful thinking :lol: :lol: :lol:

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damn! from straw-weight to jr. bantam!......definitely a mismatch for Dapudong!...


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