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Old 11-09-2011, 04:46 AM   #121
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The only fight I remember Mike inflicting cuts on his opposition was the first Bruno fight IIRC. And Holyfield's ear if one wants to count that. Any other ones?
Tyrell Biggs. Guess you never saw that one. Biggs was also pretty tall.
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Old 11-10-2011, 09:24 PM   #122
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Next time you stand next to some giant muscular guy on line or something think of how easy that would be, big talker. Same for all the big talking jerkoffs on here. That's why they have weight divisions, you know. Tyson would be pretty helpless against either K., like a little boy in the ring with a grown man.
This is ridiculous, can we create a Ukranian forum for this retard?
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Old 11-13-2011, 11:30 AM   #123
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This is ridiculous, can we create a Ukranian forum for this retard?


Get lost, punk.

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Old 11-14-2011, 01:48 AM   #124
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That's puts it in perspective, doesn't it! It's what I'm always saying - these hyped up "super-heroes" of the past, like Muhamed Ali, and Tyson here, they'd look like little kids in the ring with the amazing Doctor Klitschkos. Ali couldn't even beat guys who weighed in the 180's, like Doug Jones, and Alonzo freakin Johnson for petes sake!
That's interesting considering Ali was the man who KO'd the 6'4 225 pound George Foreman who was a far harder puncher than either Kiltschko and the 6'6 240 pound Chuck Wepner.
Mike Tyson was 5'10,215 pounds and 18 years old when he KO'd the 6'6 240 pound Sammy Scaff in one round! You ****ing idiot! If anything can be learned from HW boxing,it's that size really doesn't matter.

Ali UD Wlad Klitschko
Ali UD Vitali Klitschko
Mike Tyson TKO4 Wlad Klitschko
Mike Tyson TKO7 Vitali Klitschko
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Old 11-14-2011, 07:45 AM   #125
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That's interesting considering Ali was the man who KO'd the 6'4 225 pound George Foreman who was a far harder puncher than either Kiltschko and the 6'6 240 pound Chuck Wepner.
Mike Tyson was 5'10,215 pounds and 18 years old when he KO'd the 6'6 240 pound Sammy Scaff in one round! You ****ing idiot! If anything can be learned from HW boxing,it's that size really doesn't matter.

Ali UD Wlad Klitschko
Ali UD Vitali Klitschko
Mike Tyson TKO4 Wlad Klitschko
Mike Tyson TKO7 Vitali Klitschko
I just dont agree on Vitali Mike would not stop him, and since Tyson had problems when opponents survives his shot i can see Vitali winning.
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Old 11-14-2011, 08:17 AM   #126
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Tyson would KO Wlad early, and Kos Vitali late or beats him on points
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Old 11-14-2011, 11:16 AM   #127
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You people can't seem to get it through your thick skulls that the amazing Klitschkos are a whole order of magnitude better than your hyped up heroes of the past who were little more than American and British, not world, champs. Athletes in all sports today are bigger and stronger and break old records, but you pretend that boxing is exempt. Ali, by the way, beat Foreman by his usual cheating, in this case fixed ring ropes and clinching and pawing. Foreman, unfortunately, walked right into the trap. And Ali, of course, would never give him a rematch. So many of Ali's so-called wins were nothing but cheating. Anyway, anybody with common sense can just look at the picture of Tyson standing beside Dr. K and figure out the likely outcome. Common sense isn't common here though, that's for sure.
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Old 11-14-2011, 11:23 AM   #128
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That's puts it in perspective, doesn't it! It's what I'm always saying - these hyped up "super-heroes" of the past, like Muhamed Ali, and Tyson here, they'd look like little kids in the ring with the amazing Doctor Klitschkos. Ali couldn't even beat guys who weighed in the 180's, like Doug Jones, and Alonzo freakin Johnson for petes sake!
This is the classic forum. According to most of these senior citizens posting here Joe Louis would beat everybody
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Old 11-14-2011, 11:27 AM   #129
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You people can't seem to get it through your thick skulls that the amazing Klitschkos are a whole order of magnitude better than your hyped up heroes of the past who were little more than American and British, not world, champs. Athletes in all sports today are bigger and stronger and break old records, but you pretend that boxing is exempt. Ali, by the way, beat Foreman by his usual cheating, in this case fixed ring ropes and clinching and pawing. Foreman, unfortunately, walked right into the trap. And Ali, of course, would never give him a rematch. So many of Ali's so-called wins were nothing but cheating. Anyway, anybody with common sense can just look at the picture of Tyson standing beside Dr. K and figure out the likely outcome. Common sense isn't common here though, that's for sure.
Your obviously a Klit lover, so how can we possibly take your seriously in a thread involving the Klits?

You remind me of a guy called Frankenfrank, your probably the same person
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Old 11-14-2011, 04:32 PM   #130
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Athletes in all sports today are bigger and stronger and break old records, but you pretend that boxing is exempt.
Except billiards. I imagine any sport that used to be popular and professional but no longer is would be the same. As opposed to sports where they have always been professional. It might also be interesting to see what would happen to modern athletes if the equipment and conditions went backwards as it happens nin boxing where Gloves are now much bigger, surfaces grippy and soft, shoes dont even have spikes anymore. It would be good to see the times of a modern cyclist if he had to ride a malvern star or Usain bolt running down a grass track with bear feet and no blocks. It would bring things back to the field quite a bit.
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Old 11-14-2011, 09:47 PM   #131
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Tyson would completely cave in Vitlay's ribs, then feast on them for dinner.
and his liver and when Vitali leaned over for a second because of the pain,Mike would smash his chin which I think is overrated anyway. I said it,Vitali's chin is overrated.
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Old 11-15-2011, 12:36 PM   #132
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Except billiards. I imagine any sport that used to be popular and professional but no longer is would be the same. As opposed to sports where they have always been professional. It might also be interesting to see what would happen to modern athletes if the equipment and conditions went backwards as it happens nin boxing where Gloves are now much bigger, surfaces grippy and soft, shoes dont even have spikes anymore. It would be good to see the times of a modern cyclist if he had to ride a malvern star or Usain bolt running down a grass track with bear feet and no blocks. It would bring things back to the field quite a bit.

Good points - but in heavyweight boxing there are other factors, especially unlimited size allowed, and years ago very large men who were also top athletes were very rare, most heavyweights weighing in well under 200. Also the most salient factor, which they deliberately ignore in places like this, was that back in the days of their hyped up American "world champions" Russians and eastern Europeans, as well as others who compete now, such as black Africans, were not participating. They are now, and the results are very obvious.

But you can't even engage in intelligent debate on a dumbed down place like this as you just get 95% nitwits calling names and chanting their mantras, like what you see above.

And as per the greatly increased size of modern heavyweights, boxing is long long overdue for additional weight classes up on top - and less weight classes down on the bottom for the little squirts who have silly classifications separtaed by 2 or 3 or 4 measley pounds. But that falls on deaf ears too, because it's not just boxing forums that are overun with nitwits, it's boxing management as well, nitwits and gangsters.
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Old 11-15-2011, 01:06 PM   #133
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"It would be good to see the times of a modern cyclist if he had to ride a malvern star or Usain bolt running down a grass track with bear feet and no blocks."


A subject also of interest to me, because as well as boxing, I also dabbled at one time in biclycle racing - Century Road Club, NY, NY, founded 1891.
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Old 03-22-2012, 10:50 AM   #134
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Hype jobs like Ali and Tyson - that these clowns keep going on about vis-a-vis the amazing Doctor K brothers, the greatest heavyweights of all time - need to have an asterisk next to their names. They never even fought one single eastern European or Russian, or black African or Cuban expat either. These have to be the same clowns who were trashing these forums up for years about how Gaye would destroy WK.
ali was a hype job you say,i think you just don't like the man.hes 1 of the top 3 fighters of all time live with it.....
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Old 03-22-2012, 10:57 AM   #135
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Tyson cant reach Vitalis chin

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