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Carlos Takam, the perfect test

Carlos Takam, the perfect test

My old friend Jacques Tyrault will chew the piece of cloth again, but Carlos Takam is exactly the opponent I needed to gauge Arslanbek Makhmudov’s evolution.

Jack chews because everything that is done in Quebec boxing is of lesser quality than the fights that InterBox gave when Jack was an excellent publicist there. But you can’t prevent a heart from feeling nostalgic.

I had read my friend Tyrault’s comments when I approached Takam yesterday afternoon after the press conference. I felt good. It always has that effect on me when I feel too small next to a giant statue. I used to see him regularly with George Laraki.

It’s big there. It’s very big there. There are biceps that are as big as the thighs of long speed skaters or like the Martin St. Louis.

– Do you have to train a lot?

-I eat too much…

A brighter answer than the question.

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I spent the entire afternoon rewatching the main battles of Carlos Tacam. Against Anthony Joshua five years ago who dominated it as Joshua did in his prime.

Against Joseph Parker, against whom Tuckam made a decision six years ago. Now, when you take the list of the world’s best weightlifters, Joseph Parker is in the first group.

Against Jerry Forrest, who beat him by decision.

Against Joe Joyce, who beat him by a technical knockout as he delivered a hail of blows.

Joshua, Parker, Forrest, Joyce, these are all high-ranking boxers that Arslanbek Makhmudov will have to face in the next two years. Tacom fought against them in London or Las Vegas. He has two wins and two losses. If Makhmudov could not pass, then Mark Ramsay and Camille Estefan were installed in the rest of the works.

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And if Makhmudov loses, will this be the end of everything? In Quebec, perhaps. Elsewhere in the world, in an ordinary country, not at all.

Only in weak and colonial societies should a boxer always win to avoid being quickly indexed.

Simon Kane lost once and fans are still traumatized. Stephen Butler, 27, has experienced the disappointment of boxing fans since losing the world championship to Ryota Morata in Japan.

Elsewhere in the world, he can fight, win most of his fights, lose others, and live the life of a professional boxer. Not in Quebec.

He talked about it in Jean Pascal after his defeat to Sergey Kovalev. You remember, it’s over. He fell. A cloth retired in a Miami cattle field is ready to tell his life in an autobiography written by Jean Charles Lagoy.

It’s crazy, Jean Pascal has become world champion again and Luc Gilinas is working on his autobiography.

The fact that if Arslanbek Makhmudov loses on Friday to Carlos Takam, he will do like Joseph Parker, Anthony Joshua, Joe Joyce and all the top 20 heavyweights, will learn, advance and continue to practice his profession as a boxer.

David Lemieux lost twice in a row to Marco Antonio Rubio and Joachim Elkin at the Bell Center. He had an amazing career and secured his future by becoming the world champion and facing Gennady Golovkin at Madison Square Garden against Donald Trump.

Makhmudov will continue

Having said that, I now think that Makhmudov will take another step in his career. Carlos Takam is not so young anymore. He hits hard, but he’s not as fast and strong in defense as he told us yesterday. In any case, when he is overwhelmed, he protects himself poorly. It happened against Joshua and against Joyce. But we are talking about a world champion and holder of the WBC Silver Belt. This is not the case with Makhmudov yet.

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Makhmudov has the strength, technique and youth to win. But whatever Jacques Tyrault, one of Quebec’s top hitters, says, Carlos Takam is a serious test.

We’ll all be in better touch around 11 p.m. last Friday.

Try to be there, Jacot, we’re bored.

trio of the evening

The trio played Monday night at Bell-owned Novo. Hosted by Nick Suzuki, Cole Caufield and Julie Snyder A Talk show Untamed which indicates that Belle and especially Chantal Matchabbeh understand how things work in Quebec.

There are parts where I wondered how Suzuki and Caufield felt in front of the antics and questions in more than Fringly’s approximations of Julie Snyder. But when I was tempted to worry about the malaise they were going through, I remembered how young and wealthy they were, how good people worshiped them even though they were the pillars of the worst team in the National League, and above all, I repeated to myself that Chantal Matchabe, brilliant as She, had undoubtedly prepared the two young men for what was waiting for them.

Rest assured once about the fate of the captain and scorerI enjoyed.

It was still a goal show. Make a moment.