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Miyata Ichiro at Featherweight Vs Ryhuei Samamura at Jr. Light Weight

Discussion in 'Outskirts Battledome Archive' started by Cthulhu-versailles, Oct 27, 2006.

  1. Cthulhu-versailles

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    Who would win?

    Morikawa has reshown us MIyata's Godly footwork and we all know his speed and that he puts everything on the line for his counter. Moreover, after a punch is used once, it will no longer be effected and Miyata will have a counter for it. Or so Ippo constantly say.

    Sawamura = the biggest of badass. He toke the worst beating in the mnaga. Hell, even his first fight against Ippo was one hell of a beating, but then to fight and lose his life against Mahsiba. Goos God what a beast! His weapons are obvious, as is his fluidity and natural countering instinct.

    So who would win this fight?
     
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    Miyata.. what can Sawamura do to him? Miyata has the advantage in speed and technique. Everyone also knows Sawamura is a dirty fighter, so Miyata will be prepared for his dirty boxing.
     
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    Sawamura FTW.

    Unlike Miyata, he's a real natural counterpuncher, he was using counters in brawls before he started boxing, and he's totally crazy and ruthless.
     
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    That counter punch is Sawamura's only chance in the world. Sawamura is a one-trick pony compared to Miyata. Miyata is smarter, faster, and has better technique. All Miyata has to do is manage his risk carefully and he can cruise his way to an easy decision.
     
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