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Old 04-29-2013, 04:19 PM   #29
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Default Re: Before Charr was a bum, now it's suddenly a good fight v Haye?

Originally Posted by Cableaddict View Post

Of course, Haye will be the odds-on favorite, but that's not the point.

Charr deserves this opportunity, and he will likely be a much tougher opponent than the absurdly over-hyped Chisora was. If Haye beats Charr convincingly, even Haye's worst critics will have to give him some credit.
I see it like you. It is very strange why Charr gets so much hate here.
Just look at Hayes heavyweight resume. His best wins are Valuev (he was **** at that time) and Chisora.
Charr lacks speed and world class skills. But this guy comes to fight was never hurt and CAn performe on a good level if he is in shape.
For me he made a good fight against Vitali before this bull**** stoppage came. I really belive they looked for an "easy escape" for Vitali. I NEVER saw such a stuipid ass stoppage in a heavyweight World title fight.
Look at Arreola his nose was a bloody mess and he had a big cut over his eye. Yet he was able to go 12 rounds. Or Abraham fought with a broken jaw! And was bleeding VERY bad.
But Charr gets stopped because he bleeds for 30 seconds? BULL****!
But still people say he is a bum and not good enough for Haye (WHO is Haye?). This is just stuipid nothing more.
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