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Old 04-26-2012, 05:40 PM   #1
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The guy never gets talked about with the likes of Del Boy, but look at his history the guy will fight over anything, he can take a punch and give it out twice as hard. And he doesnt hold back pre fight either, look at this over at boxrec: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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But on a serious note, I do believe the guy is a real talent in british boxing, and has a real shot at winning a world title, the 2nd fight with Ovill McKenzie, and of course the Cleverly fight which I scored for Bellew ( would not argue with a draw). Anyway my point is Bellew is a real un sung talent in britain and will put in a great showing on againts Macintosh
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Old 04-26-2012, 05:41 PM   #2
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A 'G' sounds ridiculous and you should be embarresed for using the term.
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Old 04-26-2012, 05:42 PM   #3
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Let's be honest, he stunk the place out in the 2nd McKenzie fight. Although I had him losing against Clev, he was impressive that night...
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A 'G' sounds ridiculous and you should be embarresed for using the term.
What does it even mean?
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I was at the Echo for the McKenzie fight and it was shite but I don't blame Bellew for that. He did what he had to do to win after the up and downer of the first fight.
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I think he's a Blue
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I was at the Echo for the McKenzie fight and it was shite but I don't blame Bellew for that. He did what he had to do to win after the up and downer of the first fight.
Exactly this is boxing, not a hardest man contest, Tony boxed a great and above all senseible fight against a tremendous puncher, i think hes owed some serious credit for that fight
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What does it even mean?
It means you are a grass, as in dob people in to the police.
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It means you are a grass, as in dob people in to the police.
Who did he grass on?
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Old 04-26-2012, 05:51 PM   #11
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I don't think I've ever agreed with anything you've ever posted, or will agree with anything else you ever will post, but you're right here .
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Who did he grass on?
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Exactly this is boxing, not a hardest man contest, Tony boxed a great and above all senseible fight against a tremendous puncher, i think hes owed some serious credit for that fight
Maybe at his own level, but not at anything like the level Bellew aspires to.
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What you laughing at? I've not been keeping up with all the boxing gossip...
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