Will Artem Lobov vs. Paulie Malignaggi be The Biggest Game in June? Fighting events in June will be big. From Anthony Joshua taking on Andy Ruiz Jr. to Artem Lobov vs. Paulie Malignaggi, the big games are rolling in and the month will be full of action.
Lobov takes on Malignaggi in a Big Way
We are all wondering whether the upcoming fray between Artem Lobov and Paulie Malignaggi is the biggest clash in June. With so many good things in MMA and boxing going around these days, everyone has their favorites. The game will see both fighters thrown together on the ring against each other, bare-knuckled and hatred-fuelled. The rivalry between the pair is real and it burns strong.
The event will be heading into Tampa, Florida where the pair will have scores to settle. Betway has Paulie as favorite with odds 1.36, but as the odds are constantly changing, it would be difficult to pinpoint. Both fighters seem to be rather quick to jump the gun and fly punches in each other’s face.
In April, Malignaggi and Lobov were attending a BKFC media event when an altercation erupted with both of them exchanging furious punches before anyone could intervene with a great risk to personal well-being to stop them.
The spat has had time to simmer and mature to the point where even being in the same room might be too much for the boxers. Their official stand-off would have everyone on their nails, waiting for the next exchange of punches.
Their match is all set for June 22 now an with people preparing to lay their bets, we are all asking ourselves one big question.
Who Will Win?
In this case, this is the million-dollar question. Both seems to be too hasty and to have the physical prowess to withstand a prolonged fight. However, if there is one downside to both fighters. They don’t really think when it comes to strategy.
This prompts odds to change consonantly, a all the main bookmakers, including Betway, bet365, Ladbrokes, and others. Gennady Golovkin is a perfect example of a fighter who not only fights well and shows strong endurance in his matches, but who also actively thinks and assesses his opponents.
If Malignaggi and Lobov fail to employ strategy, then they risk boiling down the entire game to rapid exchange of punches with only one fighter making it through to the end. This, however, doesn’t mean that the said fighter would be the best one.
Surprisingly, McGregor’s proxy, Lobov, seems to be slightly more balanced when it comes to his words, but he also tends to act quicker when miffed. If we had to choose, we feel like Lobov has the better chance of punching his way to victory.
On the flipside, Malignaggi seems to be far more balanced in terms of strategy, although, as we have already pointed out, both fighters are tragically short-handed when it comes down to pure strategy. With so many forms of entertainment available out there such as esports , you might wonder why people choose to fight each other until they are bloody mess. Well, it’s just the way the world works.