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ElTerriblee
05-08-2007, 04:09 PM
"Golden Boy" Mads Larsen won a eight round unanimous decision against journeyman Vasily Andriyanov after a 3 1/2 lay-off. :tease: :cheer: :cheer:
Nothing spectacular, Larsen looked to be in pretty good shape and threw a consistent jab against a very defensive-minded opponent, who went the distance for the 13th time in his 13th loss. :clap:

Ugotabe Kidding
05-08-2007, 04:11 PM
Is it that all Golden Boys would need German judges to win decisions?

ArturoGatti
05-08-2007, 04:11 PM
"Golden Boy" Mads Larsen won a eight round unanimous decision against journeyman Vasily Andriyanov after a 3 1/2 lay-off. :tease: :cheer: :cheer:
Nothing spectacular, Larsen looked to be in pretty good shape and threw a consistent jab against a very defensive-minded opponent, who went the distance for the 13th time in his 13th loss. :clap::clap:

ElTerriblee
05-08-2007, 04:12 PM
Is it that all Golden Boys would need German judges to win decisions?

:nono: :nono:

The fight was in Spain, Larsen is a true roadwarrior. :bears: :bears:

ElTerriblee
05-08-2007, 04:18 PM
:clap:

Not every journeyman can last the distance in his losses, just look at Gatti. :slap:

ArturoGatti
05-08-2007, 04:20 PM
Not every journeyman can last the distance in his losses, just look at Gatti. :slap::flip:

salaco
05-08-2007, 05:00 PM
"Golden Boy" Mads Larsen won a eight round unanimous decision against journeyman Vasily Andriyanov after a 3 1/2 lay-off. :tease: :cheer: :cheer:
Nothing spectacular, Larsen looked to be in pretty good shape and threw a consistent jab against a very defensive-minded opponent, who went the distance for the 13th time in his 13th loss. :clap:

They gave him a bit of a hard time on eurosport, which was kind of harsh i think...he looked justfiably rusty but he held it together ok i thought...war mads!!!

That spanish super featherweight fight was fun

ArturoGatti
05-08-2007, 05:12 PM
is this the guy that went away to prison for a few years?

salaco
05-08-2007, 05:16 PM
Nah, I believe you are referring to jurgen brahmer, the so-called 'hundred year talent' (sadly not enough to get by mario veit however)...I like JB too however, he seems to be stagnating a bit though

ElTerriblee
05-08-2007, 06:00 PM
is this the guy that went away to prison for a few years?

No, he had injury and promotional problems. Took him a long time to get the issue settled in court. His only loss (besides a cut stoppage early in his career) was a controversial decision, to who else than Sven Ottke. He came back to Germany only four weeks later to beat the crap out of Danilo Häussler and win the European super-middleweight title.

Brähmer is the allegedly super-talented thug, you think of. He built his reputation as a major talent with some hotly contested amateur bouts with Felix Sturm and a first round KO of Ricky Hatton. He went to jail after chasing down a grandpa with a car, but without a driving license, and subsequently beating him up. Not exactly the greatest of ideas, when you are on probation. :doh: