I really enjoy following Adam Lopez' career. My type of fighter. He is not afraid to go to war and has nasty pop in both hands if needed.
He was listed as a KO of the Year contender for the above in 2015... his reaction http://img1.imagilive.com/1215/alopez.png
Lopez should have no problem with Reinoso (now listed as Reynoso on boxrec). He is a stalker... often squared up... in your face, predictable grinder... easy to time because he mainly grinds in repetitive combos... Although he has his share of nice KOs...
He doesn't have KO pop at higher levels... and his arsenal of punches if pretty basic... often has both arms sticking out or his hands low while stalking.
One thing for sure, this one will be all action while it lasts!
The Chef likes to work from the boundary of the pocket with mainly hooks... his superior reach and pop and those precise cumulating hooks are usually enough to keep his opponent out of striking distance.
He also has a decent straight right but falls with it a little. I like his lengthy uppercut that he mixes well while applying pressure.
Uzcategui caught him early last time out and never gave him time to recuperate. Julius should've tried to hold more but that's something he probably worked on since then. One thing for sure, there was not an Oz of quit in him...tough guy.
Both really need that W and a big win by stoppage as a statement would be even better.
WHOA! What a shootout to start the night on ShoBox. Gray stunning Green repeatedly, and then Green comes back to drop Gray HARD. Gray gets up out on his feet, and Green puts the finishing touches on him. Hell of a fight to start the night.
Foster takes the 3rd I think. Chinea still pressing forward, but Foster landed the sharper, cleaner punches in the round. Chinea looked a wee bit fatigued at one point to me when the referee broke a clinch. For his sake I hope that's not the case.