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Old 04-28-2012, 09:45 AM   #1
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Default Ajisafe v Dickinson 19/5 - The Battle for 4th place in the British 175lb scene

This fight reminds me of Spurs in the Premier League

We have got Cleverly at the top with Bellew chasing him at the top just like the 2 Manchester clubs, and Ovill Mckenzie doing an Arsenal at 3rd and should not be under estimated.

Then we come to 4th. Danny McIntosh probably sits there still for the moment, but come 19/5 will be displaced by the English Champion - Probably Dickinson who could push for 3rd afterwards, but would struggle to brake the big 2.
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Old 04-28-2012, 09:57 AM   #2
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The parallelism in this thread is quite superb, congratulations Colin
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Old 04-28-2012, 01:17 PM   #3
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How is McKenszie 3rd when Ajisafe beat him? Anyway I know Travis and hope he wins but this one will be tough. Remember Ajisafe droped Bellew and gave him a tough fight going 12 and his only other loss came in a 3 rounder where anything can happen.
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How is McKenszie 3rd when Ajisafe beat him? Anyway I know Travis and hope he wins but this one will be tough. Remember Ajisafe droped Bellew and gave him a tough fight going 12 and his only other loss came in a 3 rounder where anything can happen.
McKenzie moved on and picked up the Commonwealth strap
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McKenzie moved on and picked up the Commonwealth strap
He is also the dangerman of the division. Would Shumenov risk his belt against him?
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Geordie cunts are fourth...

Dickinson to be British champ within 12 months. Macintosh is done.
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Geordie cunts are fourth...

Dickinson to be British champ within 12 months. Macintosh is done.
McKenzie v Dickinson would be interesting
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Bellew beat Ajisafe quite comfortably really. He just didn't impress or dispatch him as we thought he would. Doesn't make it particularly close though, Bellew won by a decent margin.
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Toney Jeffries should be looking at the top places by now, but he has only 1 fight since 2010
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