4 Burst results for "Tang Davis"
"tang davis" Discussed on The Corner
"Is Cody Rhodes on my television? Why are you Sean spears appeared out of nowhere? There's a lot of shit that just don't make sense underneath. Wardlow, what is it? There wasn't a natural feud for him in a month for him to become champion and then go into the pay per view. That belt probably can't even be on pay per view. Orange Cassidy has been great. But orange Cassidy Jay white will probably be the match, right? For that title? I don't know. No. I mean, he's been great. I don't know. This is the time, the mid card, it was always questionable, but I think they overshot Tony Khan overshot on how well MJF versus the pillars would be. Like, I think he thought it would be much better than what it has become. Where Darby allin is completely shined, where Sammy Guevara is like, eh. And jungle boy is underwhelmed. Jungle boy has completely underwhelmed in this. It feels like it feels like Ryan García versus Tang Davis. Feels like they're on completely different levels when it comes to the in ring, the mic work and everything else. It doesn't feel like he belongs. So now this match doesn't feel as big. And I feel like they pushed all their chips into the middle of the table thinking, oh, we'll start where it all began with a four pillars at double or nothing. And now it's like, eh, you got bigger stars now. Ricky Starks versus MJF is a bigger match, right? Like they have bigger matches that they haven't done yet. And it's something they'll have to figure out. Jay probably works tired. Okay, Jamie hader, I don't know what she's doing. I'm confused at what's going on and you got four weeks to get there. So now you have to get there. We'll see, right now I'm just like, all right, good television week to week, orange, Cassie, are you having a great match with bandido? I thought it was really fun. The end of that match was fun. But now we got to start working to double or nothing, because double or nothing is supposed to be like your WrestleMania. So you got to be long-term. I'm good matches. Like the storytelling. That's been their problem. And understand when people say like, that's not necessarily what you go for, which I understand, right? We don't go to, and by the same logic, you don't go to WWE for their in ring stuff then. So don't complain when you don't get a ton of fucking wrestling. You go there for the stories. The stories make sense that you should be happy, great wrestling is a cherry on top. Here I understand that we go for the wrestling. There's great wrestling weeks week. But I still want that cherry on top. Make the stories matter. Make it count. Make it make you feel good. 'cause I always say this in the end, 20 years from now, you have a 1 million 5 star matches. If you're gonna make anyone feel anything, if the story around it wasn't great, no one's gonna remember you. Like you, the majority of the world is not gonna know you existed. It's the stories that last on. It's stone cold McMahon, no one cares about the matches that led to. You know, it's the lore of the undertaker. It's all these things. It's these moments, The Rock, all the promos. People remember that shit, more than you remember anything else. And that's still the case today. You gotta make people feel. Gotta make them care. And I know AW can do it. So I just wanted to see them do it going into this pay per view. So we'll see how that all shakes out. Man, it's going to be a fun couple of weeks in combat sports. We appreciate you tuning in as always. Make sure you guys hit us up on social media at corner podcast underscore on Twitter.
"tang davis" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I think the first half is going to be 50 52nd half is going to be Tang Davis. That's why I think tank's the favorite in this fight. Because of that, because of the fact that he has the power, I think he has a smart fight IQ, and he can box as well. Hear me out on this. If tank Davis comes out and starts fainting, foot faints, hand faints, upper body stains. If he does that early, then you're going to know he has a game plan. That tank Davis has a game plan because he's trying to get that mousetrap left to snap. So how do you get that going by fainting? Once that goes, tank could come inside with the left hand to the body and then the uppercuts and over the top, that's when Garcia gets to show up. Once Garcia shelves up, then it's you can throw every punch in the book if you thank David. That's the power of a southpaw. Once he breaks that range, the punches could come from the left handed angle and tank is very good at dissecting the body. So not only are you got to watch out for the upper body hooks, but he always goes down to the body, comes up uppercuts. Let me dangerous, man. If tank if tank comes out fainting and breaks that distance within two rounds, I don't think Garcia lasts in the distance. No, tech is a very intelligent fighter in the ring. And he and Calvin Ford are going to have a really good game plan coming into this fight. So I think Ryan has to find a way to test that shin a little bit early on because we still don't know if tech has a chin. We're not sure about Ryan, like getting knocked down by Luke Campbell, Luke Campbell, not the biggest puncher in the world. So, you know, that leaves open the question of whether Ryan can get caught and really badly hurt in these situations. But I think at some point Sergio, both these guys gonna have to dig really deep. They're both gonna get clipped. They're both gonna get tested and I think whoever can dig deepest and overcome adversity is gonna win this fight. That's so cliche, man. Sonny, you're a writer. They're gonna face something else. They have to face adversity and dig deep. Come on, man. You're a writer, be more Sergio. Sergio, I said the same thing about Caleb Plant David Benavidez. I thought Caleb Plant was going to have to bite down and face adversity and how he dealt with it was going to determine what he did. And decorated with some. Oh my God. I used the word. Do you know what it was? Look, I'm going to give you a line. Oh God. Both these combatants are going to have to muster up the adversity and the energy. You don't produce the city who produce the prowess of what makes you produce prowess level. You know what I'm trying to say. Butchering the English language right now. Absolutely. I didn't graduate college and then a few days. So how about you do some brilliance in your words and your writing? Aren't you technically like four credits away from graduating college? Isn't that still a thing? Three, three credits away. And it's junior college. College trade. All right, official prediction from you for this fight. What do you got? I think Davis and explosive dynamite dangerous short fight under four rounds. Wow. Wow. I got Ryan García by stoppage. I think he's going to get that left hook off against tank. And while I think tank is better than anyone he's ever faced. Pause. While I think tank, hold on, well, I think tank has a good chin and we'll show it in this fight. Speed kills. It always kills. And I just go back. I know fortune is not tank by any stretch. She is a four poor man's version of tank, but he didn't see any of those punches coming. And he was just beaten down over the course of that fight. I also think the fact that tank is a southpaw. Works to his benefit against a lot of fighters, but Ryan García is as familiar with fighting southpaws as anyone, not just because Luke Campbell was a southpaw or Javier for tuna was a southpaw, but Ryan García grew up with a younger brother who is a boxer who is also a southpaw. So his early life sparring sessions were against southpaw. So he's going to be as prepared for that dynamic, which Sergio. I think matters in this situation, like southpaws can be very difficult to figure out, it's why guys don't run to fight them. When they have other options, but Ryan García being comfortable in that particular situation, I think will work in his favor. I agree with a lot of what you say, but I don't think he's going to catch him with a left hook. You know how hard is it to catch a São Paulo at 5 foot 5? With a lab hook, it's going to be really hard because they're so what's a word? It was the same dimension. Or tuna's 5 foot 7, we're talking about 5 foot 5 in tank and literally is a tank. He knows how to fight small. You're not going to fight a guy like that or a guy like Isaac cruising catch on with checklist hooks. You're not going to do that because they're like thanks right here. It's going to ricochet off the top of their head. It's going to ricochet off the top of their glove. The right hand is how you catch a South Pole. That's the major punch and uppercuts. But it's going to be hard for a taller fighter like Garcia, who's 5 foot 11 to catch a 5 foot 5 with uppercuts. It's going to be jabs and right hands. If Garcia gets out of the first half of the fight, it's because he's coming out jabbing, fainting, and using right hands. I don't think that I don't think the folks are going to be a major factor against a fighter that's 5.5 and is explosive and dangerous to thank. You think there's any chance the spike could go to a decision? No, I think this fight ends in a there's no way, first of all, Garcia's not made for the second half of the fight is an explosive fighter. You know, we've seen him against hey go in the second half and kind of struggle and pin them down and cutting off the ring. It doesn't matter, he still didn't know how to cut off the ring because he fights flat footed Garcia. That's not going to run though. He's going to be there. Tank's going to push them back. Push them back. So it's going to the fight doesn't end in a distance. There's no way it goes into decisions. Someone's going to get knocked out. I'm ready. I haven't been this excited for a fight in years. To be honest. I haven't seen you excited in 5 years working with you. Thanks for your time, Sergio. Kevin Hart here. This basketball season chase freedom unlimited is helping me cash back on everything. Even the sound system that auto tunes the game. Curry from way downtown. Do you fit? 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"tang davis" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"I'm talking about the second time. The first time was for undisputed, which I didn't the second time was for the IVF and then he did what he did with he didn't show up. But yeah, it was a ten day way and it was a ten day way in a ten pound way. Ten pound one. So look, you won that fight against Han by split decision. Did that impact your performance? No, the change of opponent impacted my performance. There was within ten days switching to a point or whatever it was. All right, so as you pointed out, Ryan García looks pretty good. I mean, I talked to him this week. He didn't look like he was having any trouble cutting down in wake. And to me, if you were to make a list of things I was most interested in, making weight for Ryan García was probably at the top of that list because look, he fought at one 40 in his last fight. That was back in July. He hasn't fought since then. He's a big kid. He's 24 years old. He's growing. Not to say that is going to be a difference maker in this fight, but the fact that Ryan García seems to be making weight in a fairly comfortable way, I don't know about you, but I think that bodes well for his chances. Like, I like to say, man, it's making weight right as half the fight one because making weight is actually just as hard to step into the ring and fighting for boxers. Because we know how much of a sacrifice it takes and we've been doing it for young kids. And you got to calculate it at the right time and if everything goes as planned, then there's no better feeling of, that's it. I made it now the easy part. I just got to go fight, making weight, it's such a crucial part. And yes, he does look good. Ryan García has youth on his side so he can take advantage of his body and actually shed extra weight and not feel weakened by it. When you design on your side, you can take advantage of it. I think Ryan García is going to, I think the stars are going to align for him. He's going to look, he looks great. He's going to look great. And I think when it comes time to fight, he's going to be an explosive fight because of it. I mean, everything's coming to fruition for him. So which of these fighters do you have more questions about coming in? Because neither one of them has great resumes. Ryan García has that win over loot Campbell. Tank Davis has that win over Jose pedraza. But then we're talking about Javier fortuna or Romero do not on Ryan García's side. Tanks bought some better known guys Mario barrios was a quality win for him, Esau Cruz was probably a quality win for him. Like, which of these fighters do you have more questions about coming in? I'm more questions about Tang Davis because like you said, the resume is iffy on both reports and I slightly like Garcia's resume and I tweeted that before and got a lot of stuff right. Yeah, I question thank David because one, we never seen him hurt. We never seen him drop. We never seen him face adversity. And we've seen Ryan García face adversity when he got dropped by Luke Campbell. I mean, that's a big thing right there. That's when you discover what type of fighter you are. It's sink or swim. And he passed the test with flying colors, came back and knocked out Luke Campbell. How is tank Davis going to react? If he gets dropped, if he gets rocked, then he gets chin checked, which he will, which he will. This fight he's going to get, he's going to get hit. And how is he going to react to that speed that power that surprised, you know, is he going to shell up? Or is it going to show out? These are questions you don't know because we've never seen it on these 28 years old and he hasn't been hurt. 'cause he hasn't fought champions. And Ryan García, even though he hasn't fought a champion himself, we spot former champions and he thought blue Campbell, who dropped them, gold medalists. And he was able to fight for some titles himself. So that's the big question. House tank in a react when he gets chin checked. Do you worry at all about Ryan García's defense because, you know, Ryan will tell you that, look, he's never been cut. He's face has never been beat up in fights, but Luke Campbell did drop him with one of those sweeping lefts that we know tank Davis is capable of throwing. And Bucky's flat footed. He doesn't move his head an awful lot. Like how concerned are you about Ryan García's defense against tank? Who will be the biggest puncher Ryan's ever faced? I've been very concerned from Ryan García's D times. He doesn't have upper body movement. He has a move his head. He doesn't react well when he's ever fighters get on the inside and break that range. He doesn't move a lot. He doesn't use the entire ring because he's so damn quick with his hands and he has so much power. So he hasn't had to do that, but he's going to have to do that against a tank Davis. And the reason he doesn't do that, not only because he has those attributes, but because of his trainer as well. Goosen, Joe goosen, he trains fighters to be flat footed, and Diego corral is Michael nunn. You had so many fighters. I had a lot of speed a lot of power, but they're tall lengthy fighters. So they didn't with power. So they didn't have to move. They didn't have to do all that. They didn't have to bob and weave like that. They rely on long jab, a big right hand, and go for the knockout. Ryan García, if tank, let me take that back. When tank gets in the inside, we're going to have to see how Ryan García reacts to that. Normally he just shells up. You're not going to be able to shell up against a power puncher like Tang Davis. How is he going to fight back once tank breaks that range, which you will? That's when we're going to see something special. I mean, everyone is choosing tank by knockout. I think this is going to be an explosive dangerous cipher both fighters that doesn't go past four rounds. I'm saying that I'm saying that this generation's Gen Z hagler versus hearns of war won three rounds, both of them got hurt. I still go in the exact same way. I don't know if it can be hagler hearns because from the opening bell those two guys were just trading and I don't see that happening in this fight because javonte is historically a slow starter and he's not a volunteer Garcia's book Garcia's a fast starter. He is. And that's why I think if Ryan wins, it's probably because he catches tank in the first 5 or 6 rounds. I think if it gets past 6, Ryan did a lot of trouble because, you know, I talked about this before, but I generally hate the idea or I hated when it said that, you know, guys are processing information in the ring or downloading information. Tank does that though. Like tank is learning on the fly and figuring out how to get to his opponent and he said, great point. Great fighters do that. Right, but he has said all along what they do. Not just the situation. They timed the speed. They timed the reigns, they timed the power to get a feeling for it. They want to see how hard a fighter hits when the shots are reflecting off the shoulders upper glove. And then once you get there it is dangerous to do that again. And I've said this, it is dangerous to kind of think too much against Ryan early on because you and I have been in those fighter meetings with Ryan García opponents. They never really kind of understand how fast and strong he is until the fight's over. Like it's oftentimes they'll dismiss it. Remember Manuel tago was like nah, that he can't hit. He can't do that any ran for 12 rounds. Like guys never really believe what Ryan's got until they're in the ring with them. You know, if tank gets too cute early on, Ryan's gonna catch him with something. Now later rounds, if he gets on the inside, huge advantage tank Davis because I don't think Ryan is going to be able to hang with the counter punching of tank. And I think Ryan's got to be really careful not to get over eager in this fight, not to do what role Romero did in his fight with tank last year, which was kind of lunging and then take a big counter shot because even when tanks punches don't look that hard, they clearly are powerful. I mean, that Raleigh Romero counter didn't look like the hardest of shots, but Raleigh went down and was out at that point of the fight. So I look at this fight, the first half, Ryan García, big advantages. Second half, tank Davis, big advantages.
"tang davis" Discussed on The Corner
"Like trying to get his bread. Who are you going to pay to fight this man? I don't know. That's the problem with red catches, right? They didn't pay him enough. Yeah, I don't know how you lowball him. I haven't read catch, and he's like, where's my money? And they're like, hey, come on, man. Are you paying Adrian all the money? Sorry, Adrian. It's not looking great. No, it's looking bad. And then it seems as though we're getting it should be finalized by now. I mean, we haven't got a follow-up, but both men have signed. I don't know about the networks, but Ryan García Tang Davis by all indications. Is happening. It felt like this was Spencer Crawford. It was scary. Cop reporting had to put it out on ESPN ringside, and I was like, yeah, we're finalized. And I saw his article? Yeah, it was like, one more signature. Yep. I was like, there's always something. Just tell me it's done. But again, we had to report that. They both signed, the fighters are ready. Of course they're ready. I never thought they weren't ready. But we talked about this with two shows ago. The problem is that rematch clause in the networks. And that's the signature you need. Showtime allegedly has sent that with what golden boy and his own want. Man, listen, I worked at the zone and I've heard a lot of these scent conversations and I see them concerts that are sent and I'm like, that ain't what y'all was talking about. So I believe it once it's formally announced. It's premature now and the fight is supposed to be April 15th. I mean, they're good time. But boxing desperately needs this fight. Because if you look at the calendar, it sucks. No, you're way off base. No, the calendar's trash. What have we had in the first quarter this year? That's before us. I'm talking about going forward. What's going forward? Caleb Plant? Versus David Benavidez. Shouldn't be on pay per view. All right. Pay per view or not. It's happening. It's a good, it's a good fight for us. Yes, it's not a mainstream fight. Okay. But good fight. That is happening. We're getting Jake Paul and Tommy Fury. Which is a fight, you want to talk casuals. It's a casual fight. That's two separate audience. It's boxing. You're getting that. You're getting your cat super casual fight. You're getting a super hardcore fight. Okay. Then you're getting tank and Ryan, which is a mix of both. That's what I'm saying. Yes. And then what? I would like to count fury and usyk. But it's not done. Not done. But I feel good about this. April 29th, that fight should be locked in. Fury fury's going to get the money he wants. Fury, usic, April 29th, and then roll into Loma and Devin Haney, may 20th. Yeah, the first quarter has been trash. The first the first card is behind us, is whack. No, in April is the first quarter, right? January and April, I'm sorry, January to March. It's the first quarter. First quarter of boxing sucked. It's miserable. Depending on what happens this weekend, we'll talk about that. But that's what I'm saying. You need Ryan García and Tim. Davis. 'cause there's no indication that we're getting spins Crawford. There's no indication even yet that we're getting spins thurmond. There's no indication that the longer that goes, they have to be waiting for Spencer Crawford. It feels like, yeah. But we don't know, because you would have just done spend sterman already. We were supposed to get Charlie and Sue. Now we're getting suing Harrison, which is like whatever. Trap fight. It is. It's a very it's a trap fight. Should stop Tony Harrison, but Tony Harrison's known to come up because Tony Harrison was that guy for a minute. Yep. So he could come up big and blow up everything. So then Anthony Josh was fighting Jermaine Franklin, so it's a good bounce back fight for AJ because I don't care what anybody says. This dude is ran through a murderous role, boxers, his entire career. He just needs to see a win. Let him see. That's cool. But volunteers and purposes, it's not really a big fight for us, right? So one of the Canelo's fighting John Ryder in Mexico, let's go home, fight. But I'll say for boxing, it doesn't look good. Women's boxing continues to look great. Yeah. We're getting telling Serrano. Right? Clarissa should be getting ready to fight sometime in the summer. Not some Anna Marshall. Nice of animals. Wants to go to the UK again. Yeah. I mean, whatever. And Lisa Bumgarner will fight again in the next few months. Like women's box is fine, but men's boxing in terms of marquee fights. We're not getting them. Meanwhile, the UFC has given us John Jones and Cyril gone in like two weeks, right? And then you turn it like they just announced Charles Oliveira and badil dairy use? Great fight. I mean, with Al Joe versus sauro. Right, as the main and then we also get the rematch. You get two major rematches. Here's the scale. Yeah. Right? Like one's going up and one's just like, ah, man. Some people get paid a lot because they don't do these fights every day, and they negotiate to get paid a lot. And the others get paid less