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Old 11-11-2007, 05:38 AM   #37
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Default Re: Macarinelli must feel a right ****head now

Originally Posted by O Foquinha
what's wrong with some of you guys?

Haye accepted to fight Macarinelli before ****** made sure the fight didn't happen by being unreasonable in embryonic negotiations. That suggested that a) he wanted to make sure the fight didn't happen and b) he's not confident Maca would win if the fight did happen.

as for Macarinalli, he seems happy to go along fighting stiffs and build them up as something they're not. He's a fraud as things stand. I guess he knows his limitations and that's why he doesn't rock the boat when ****** gets him these ****ey opponents.

considering the fights these 2 have taken, it seems laughable that some of you guys are implying Haye is the ducker and Maca is the one chasing down the big challenge.
I have to agree with this chap.

Enzo seems to want the fight now but when Haye agreed to the fight ****** who had previously said he didn't want options as he was so sure Macca would ice Haye demanded just that - options. Hardly the sign of a confident promoter.

Enzo seems OK as a person but his competition really is disgraceful...i was ****ing myself laughing reading about him trying to pass off that old guy Enzo Sellers highlight reel of knockouts as being "frightening" viewing as if he was some feared knockout artist that Macca was being brave in fighting ! Yea George Foremans knockouts from the 70s are terrifying but i doubt Wlad would lose any sleep over fighting him now !

Having said all this i do think it would be great for British boxing if the fight did take place and would be a cracking fight and not a foregone conclusion by any means...but Enzo had his chance and ****** ****ed it no one can blame Haye for going to heavy i don't think.
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