Davis tank stops Rolly Romero by 7th or 8th, predicts Tim Bradley
Via Allan Fox: Tim Bradley Shows Rolando ‘Rolly’ Romero One “The Fist’s Chance” beat Gervonta ‘The Tank’ Davis next Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Bradley says Rolly (14-0, 12 KOs) fights with too much emotion and thinks he’ll make a careless mistake that Tank (26-0, 24 KOs) will capitalize on to get him out of there first. round seven or round eight.
What Bradley has to say about kt Rolly being overwhelmed would have made sense if it weren’t for Tank’s recent lousy performances against Isaac Cruz, Mario Barrios, Leo Santa Cruz and Yuriorkis Gamboa, suggesting that he has a chance. victory party.
Davis will defend her ‘regular’ WBA lightweight title against 1st WBA-ranked kt Rolly Romero on Showtime pay-per-view.
It’s debatable whether the fight deserves to be classified as PPV, but all of Davis’ fights are behind a pay-per-view firewall, no matter who he’s up against.
It’s probably not a smart move as a lot of fans have never seen him fight and they won’t want to pay.
“My assessment of kt Rolly is that he is extremely unpredictable and does not have the best technique. We know it,” Tim Bradley told Fighthype in analysis of the match between Gervonta Davis and kt Rolly Romero next Saturday.
“He’s a street fighter, and he’s probably gotten better since we last saw him in the ring, a little bit better, I would think, but he has a puncher’s chance,‘ Bradley continued.
“When you fight Tank, you have technical aggression, controlled aggression, man. Tank is very precise and precise with his shots, and with the speed, power and confidence he fights, it’s no joke. The guy is no joke,” Bradley said.
It looks like Bradley has taken all his tonics, believing that Tank is the best he’s had since slicing the bread, but if he opens his eyes in his last five fights, he’ll see that he’s been lacking. a lot left over.
“I think it will be too much for Romero. I think it would be too much for him. He makes too many mistakes, and if you foul Tank, he’ll end your night, man, fast.
“I’m talking Tank. Romero started to tire around Saturday, and I found Tank to be a slow starter. He’ll play defensively for a little while, and then he’ll start cranking for four, five, six, and he’ll take him out of there.
“He will stop him. Seven or eight, he’s going to get him out of there,” Bradley said as he predicted the Davis Tank stopped Rolly. “There is no doubt in my mind. Yes, it will be spectacular, no doubt.
“When you fight emotionally, you make mistakes, careless mistakes. That’s what I see from Romero. He fights with emotions, too much emotion.
“When you’re loading and recording your photos, that’s not a good thing, especially when you have a paparazzi as sharp as Tank,” says Bradley.