Volcom Fiji Pro Round 1 Predictions

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What happens when you put the world's best surfers in the world's best left? You get the $450,000 Volcom Fiji Pro June 2-14 with the live webcast on www.volcomfijipro.com. The surf has been lighting up the South Pacific for weeks on end so there's no doubt in our mind the boys are going to be fired up and ready to go. We know the ASP is. They already posted the Round 1 matchups and Ghetto Juice Magazine is here to predict how it's all going to play out….

Surf prediction: perfect 8-foot barrels. Sunny. Light winds. Possible Rain.

R1H1
Jordy, Freddy P, Seabass … and winning the heat is Freddy P. You can't deny the kid in heavy lefthanders considering his track record in heavy lefthanders.

R1H2
Taj, Yadin and Travis Logie … and winning the heat is Yadin because it seems like he's frothing pretty darn hard for pumping tubes since his epic backhand attack in the 2012 Pipe Masters.

R1H3
Parko, Wilko, Wildcard! … and winning the heat is the Wildcard. And we have no idea who that is yet but Wildcard's traditionally come out firing in Round 1 because they have nothing to lose.

R1H4
Adriano, Alejo Muniz, Wildcard … and winning the heat is the Wildcard. And we have no idea who that is yet but Wildcard's traditionally come out firing in Round 1 because they have nothing to lose.

R1H5
Fanning, D. Hobggod, Wildcard … and winning the heat is Hobgood, hands down, even with the Wildcard factor.

R1H6
Slater, Pupo, Wildcard … and effortlessly winning the heat is Slater thinking about that last result that knocked him from atop the current ASP leaderboard.

R1H7
Medina, Kai Otton, Dusty Payne … and winning the heat is Dusty Payne because it will be his first time ever surfing in an event he's watched all his life and he'll be frothing so hard it will be impossible to stop him.

R1H8
Julian, Bede, Kieren Perrow … and winning the heat is KP simply because he's good like that. Oh yeah, and having a Pipe Masters win on his resume certainly helps.

R1H9
Kerr, Felipe, Melling … and winning the heat is Kerr based on his performance at Pipe this past year. If the wave breaks here, and you don't want to be there, Kerr will take care of it and get the job done.

R1H10
Bourez, CJ Hobgood, Glenn Hall … and winning the heat is CJ because he's pretty much the man in any lefthand tube and most of the others would hate to draw him in the Fiji Pro.

R1H11
Flores, Nat Young, Kolohe … and winning the heat is Kolohe because if anyone wants to prove himself to his peers in heavy lefts it's this guy right here. And the world will be watching. Waiting…

R1H12
Ace, John John, Simpo … and winning the heat is John John. Sorry Ace. Sorry Simpo.


Posted by: Ghetto JuiceGhetto Juice at: 30 May 2013 23:55




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What happens when you put the world's best surfers in the world's best left? You get the $450,000 Volcom Fiji Pro June 2-14 with the live webcast on www.volcomfijipro.com. The surf has been lighting up the South Pacific for weeks on end so there's no doubt in our mind the boys are going to be fired up and ready to go. We know the ASP is. They already posted the Round 1 matchups and Ghetto Juice Magazine is here to predict how it's all going to play out….

Surf prediction: perfect 8-foot barrels. Sunny. Light winds. Possible Rain.

R1H1
Jordy, Freddy P, Seabass … and winning the heat is Freddy P. You can't deny the kid in heavy lefthanders considering his track record in heavy lefthanders.

R1H2
Taj, Yadin and Travis Logie … and winning the heat is Yadin because it seems like he's frothing pretty darn hard for pumping tubes since his epic backhand attack in the 2012 Pipe Masters.

R1H3
Parko, Wilko, Wildcard! … and winning the heat is the Wildcard. And we have no idea who that is yet but Wildcard's traditionally come out firing in Round 1 because they have nothing to lose.

R1H4
Adriano, Alejo Muniz, Wildcard … and winning the heat is the Wildcard. And we have no idea who that is yet but Wildcard's traditionally come out firing in Round 1 because they have nothing to lose.

R1H5
Fanning, D. Hobggod, Wildcard … and winning the heat is Hobgood, hands down, even with the Wildcard factor.

R1H6
Slater, Pupo, Wildcard … and effortlessly winning the heat is Slater thinking about that last result that knocked him from atop the current ASP leaderboard.

R1H7
Medina, Kai Otton, Dusty Payne … and winning the heat is Dusty Payne because it will be his first time ever surfing in an event he's watched all his life and he'll be frothing so hard it will be impossible to stop him.

R1H8
Julian, Bede, Kieren Perrow … and winning the heat is KP simply because he's good like that. Oh yeah, and having a Pipe Masters win on his resume certainly helps.

R1H9
Kerr, Felipe, Melling … and winning the heat is Kerr based on his performance at Pipe this past year. If the wave breaks here, and you don't want to be there, Kerr will take care of it and get the job done.

R1H10
Bourez, CJ Hobgood, Glenn Hall … and winning the heat is CJ because he's pretty much the man in any lefthand tube and most of the others would hate to draw him in the Fiji Pro.

R1H11
Flores, Nat Young, Kolohe … and winning the heat is Kolohe because if anyone wants to prove himself to his peers in heavy lefts it's this guy right here. And the world will be watching. Waiting…

R1H12
Ace, John John, Simpo … and winning the heat is John John. Sorry Ace. Sorry Simpo.

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