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Sometimes a boxing card produces so little that is noteworthy as to make a boxing writer feel like a patient etherized upon a table. That was the case with ESPN2's Friday Night Fights this week, and from there, there are two options: write a results piece filled with ennui or write nothing. Option A in full effect! Lateef Kayode is still clumsy and can still club his way to wins over guys like Jonte Willis, even upon moving up to heavyweight. It's fights like this that remind us about how pronounced a gap "class" can present -- Kayode is transparently primitive, but he still was able to dodge what Willis thew at him with ease, because for as ungainly as Kayode is he remains on a higher level than a lot of boxers, somehow. He eventually stopped his man in the 6th and final round when a hurt Willis turned away and the ref stepped in to protect him. Kayode isn't going anywhere and isn't even that fun to watch. He is only good to hear talk after fights. &qu...
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