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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 9:01 pm 
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Ricky Hatton can challenge hard punching pilipino Randy Suico to a fight in 140 pounds and if Suico loses Ricky Hatton can be a more marketable fighter for a Manny Pacquiao showdown in the future and if Suico win he will become a popular fighter like Manny Pacquioa

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 9:13 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 9:18 pm 
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mr.takamura wrote:
Ricky Hatton can challenge hard punching pilipino Randy Suico to a fight in 140 pounds and if Suico loses Ricky Hatton can be a more marketable fighter for a Manny Pacquiao showdown in the future and if Suico win he will become a popular fighter like Manny Pacquioa


Suico is just a journeyman.

He had a chance against Juan Diaz, but only engaged in a slapping fest, until the intended loser wears off because of exhaustion.

And he is a part of your dream fight????????????????????????

Wake up jap and dream again...


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 9:29 pm 
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Suico will just become a "punching bag" against Hatton.

Keep on dreaming! :lol:

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 9:33 pm 
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maryhazel wrote:
mr.takamura wrote:
Ricky Hatton can challenge hard punching pilipino Randy Suico to a fight in 140 pounds and if Suico loses Ricky Hatton can be a more marketable fighter for a Manny Pacquiao showdown in the future and if Suico win he will become a popular fighter like Manny Pacquioa


Suico is just a journeyman.

He had a chance against Juan Diaz, but only engaged in a slapping fest, until the intended loser wears off because of exhaustion.

And he is a part of your dream fight????????????????????????

Wake up jap and dream again...


Randy Suico looked good in his last 3 fights and Hatton is of a loss and he will fight Lazcano next and it is said that Hatton has trouble with slow fighters like his fights with Urango and Colazzo so this will be a Dreamfight for Slugfest Boxing fans IMO.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 9:38 pm 
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mr.takamura wrote:
maryhazel wrote:
mr.takamura wrote:
Ricky Hatton can challenge hard punching pilipino Randy Suico to a fight in 140 pounds and if Suico loses Ricky Hatton can be a more marketable fighter for a Manny Pacquiao showdown in the future and if Suico win he will become a popular fighter like Manny Pacquioa


Suico is just a journeyman.

He had a chance against Juan Diaz, but only engaged in a slapping fest, until the intended loser wears off because of exhaustion.

And he is a part of your dream fight????????????????????????

Wake up jap and dream again...


Randy Suico looked good in his last 3 fights and Hatton is of a loss and he will fight Lazcano next and it is said that Hatton has trouble with slow fighters like his fights with Urango and Colazzo so this will be a Dreamfight for Slugfest Boxing fans IMO.



in your dreams.... correct thread title!


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:01 pm 
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mr.takamura wrote:
Ricky Hatton can challenge hard punching pilipino Randy Suico to a fight in 140 pounds and if Suico loses Ricky Hatton can be a more marketable fighter for a Manny Pacquiao showdown in the future and if Suico win he will become a popular fighter like Manny Pacquioa


Suico may say "if the price is right" just like Pacman

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:22 pm 
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dude, i know suico is a heavy handed talent in asia, but in the world wide scene...he simply cant hang. hatton will easily have his way IMO. If diaz could slap suico around then hatton will probably put a beatdown and win easily. thats jus what logic tells me...but i do want to see suico build back up to the elite level... but ricky hatton may be jus plain pipe dreams. get him in there with katsidis or maybe amir khan. those look winnable....kinda lol. suico needs more then a knockout punch. he needs to improve his defense and footwork if hes gonna make it on the elite level. but i will be wishing him the best.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:34 pm 
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dude, i know suico is a heavy handed talent in asia, but in the world wide scene...he simply cant hang. hatton will easily have his way IMO. If diaz could slap suico around then hatton will probably put a beatdown and win easily. thats jus what logic tells me...but i do want to see suico build back up to the elite level... but ricky hatton may be jus plain pipe dreams. get him in there with katsidis or maybe amir khan. those look winnable....kinda lol. suico needs more then a knockout punch. he needs to improve his defense and footwork if hes gonna make it on the elite level. but i will be wishing him the best.


but Randy will have some physical advantages like youth 28 yrs old and height 5'9

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:36 pm 
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mr.takamura wrote:
maryhazel wrote:
mr.takamura wrote:
Ricky Hatton can challenge hard punching pilipino Randy Suico to a fight in 140 pounds and if Suico loses Ricky Hatton can be a more marketable fighter for a Manny Pacquiao showdown in the future and if Suico win he will become a popular fighter like Manny Pacquioa


Suico is just a journeyman.

He had a chance against Juan Diaz, but only engaged in a slapping fest, until the intended loser wears off because of exhaustion.

And he is a part of your dream fight????????????????????????

Wake up jap and dream again...


Randy Suico looked good in his last 3 fights and Hatton is of a loss and he will fight Lazcano next and it is said that Hatton has trouble with slow fighters like his fights with Urango and Colazzo so this will be a Dreamfight for Slugfest Boxing fans IMO.


Randy's wins is just from some bum fighters...hatton's ONLY LOSS is from the world's P4P king...saying something???? :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:38 pm 
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Baby Bull V Hitman - now there's a fight i want to see...
-both coming of loses
-both inside fighters, who like to come forward
-brawlers

what more could HBO want - oh yeah the crowd a Manny Pacquiao would bring. Then again, there's only one Ricky Hatton!!!!!!

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:41 pm 
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very lucky suico if he get this fight, now he is a journeyman and proven not a world class boxer, he didnt deserve to have a big fight with hatton


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2008 10:49 pm 
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Suico just need 1 shot to close the show and new star in boxing will be born
he has a punchers chance to beat Hatton Suico's one punch power is underrated
remember how he gave WBA super featherweight king Edwin Valero hard sparring session in Japan and when he gave Juan Diaz all he can handle in round 7

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