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Boxing Thread

Discussion in 'Sports Forum' started by cricket_icon, May 8, 2011.

  1. El Loco Staff Member

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    Absolute BS Fury clearly won that fight and it wasn't even close. Someone needs to get sacked off the back of this decision :facepalm
     
  2. zimrahil Administrator

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    Was going to ask you about this as just woken up and saw it was a draw :eek:
    So fury controlled the fight then? and which countries were judge from ?
     
  3. Dutch Staff Member

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    Mmmm but getting knocked down twice...….anyway I think boxing is just as rigged as wrestling a lot of the time...…..this was just the aperitif for the main course....a re-match where both will make 5 times as much as they did now......what I cant stand is the sudden friendship and mutual respect after knocking three colours of shit out of each other and all the slagging off beforehand...….Raging Lunatic Behaviour = tickets sold.
     
  4. El Loco Staff Member

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    Britain, Mexico and Canada. One of them had Wilder up by four rounds!
    For me Fury won every single round except the two in which he was knocked down and at a stretch a case could be made for Wilder taking the second. All that considered he clearly bossed 9 of the 12 rounds. Wilder's crude style was exposed and he was made to miss badly, Fury really did pull out all the stops it was a masterful performance and I doubt anybody else would have gotten back up from that knockdown punch in the last round when he eventually got caught. The ref easily could have stopped it but he gave Fury a proper count, this had all the makings of a heroic performance but it was tarnished by the absurd decision.
     
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  5. quickeyg School Cricketer

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    Warren vs Hearn, hehe

    Saturday 22nd December

    Manchester Arena (formerly M.E.N Arena), Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom

    Josh Warrington vs Carl Frampton (Main Event) (Best fight of the night, will be a great scrap people, enjoy)


    O2 Arena, Greenwich, London, United Kingdom

    Dillian Whyte vs Dereck Chisora
     

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