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Old 11-01-2011, 12:02 AM   #76
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Default Re: Trent Broadhurst KO'D

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not wrong about a rematch,spoke to him last night after he saw the no heart and could've got up if he wanted comments,he's keen as mus**** for this to happen asap in N.Z or anywhere for that matter.Thanks to everyone for the positive comments...
..****en oath lbt...go get 'em..
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:27 AM   #77
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I thought Broadhurst was in control of the fight and if he could of stayed on his feet would of won comfortably. Broadhurst I imagine was thinking the same thing which probably contributed to his downfall. If Broadhurst saw out the round after the first knockdown, refocussed and gave more respect to Burridges power IMO the result would of been different. Burridge was and will always be in it with a good chin and a punchers chance but Broadhurst has the speed and the skills. I also believe that the shaking of the head during the count and the dancing around after the fight was the result of concussion.
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