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Old 06-04-2012, 03:25 PM   #16
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The joke is that it's not even about the fight any more. It's just organisations trying their hardest to look legit when it's being made plainly obviously just how little power they have.
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Old 06-04-2012, 03:33 PM   #17
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The joke is that it's not even about the fight any more. It's just organisations trying their hardest to look legit when it's being made plainly obviously just how little power they have.

Legit!!

****ing WBO have refused the Golovkin-Pirog fight because they are forcing Pirog to fight his mandatory!!
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Old 06-04-2012, 03:52 PM   #18
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Would be funny to laugh at Frank
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Old 06-04-2012, 04:05 PM   #19
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great news.
this a freak show that undermins the sport and is being promoted by the worst
thing to ever happend to british boxing .people are being caught up in the hype and seem to forget that chisora as much as i find the guy humourous is a total nutjob and should be punished for his behaviour in germany and haye spent the past 3 years tellin everyone he was retiring at 30 he then retires and comebacks a month later, if i was promoting this rubbish i would bill it the retired v the retarded
Do us all a favour & just **** off you glib little prick.
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:15 PM   #20
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It's a buetiful day. I enjoyed a nice bottle of Frascati in the garden. This news is just the icing on the case.

Up yer bum DFTAYLOR or whoever you really are, a Haye camp hanger on is my guess.


YYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
OK, sweetheart - time to clear this up once and for all. I have no connection to Haye, never met him, never been involved with him or anyone in his employ.

I know you seem to have some serious issue with this fight, for no other reason than some misguided moral high ground, but you are very much in the minority.

This may be really difficult for you to comprehend, but I just don't have an issue with the fight. It's not a great match, but Haye is coming off a loss and a long break, and this would normally be classed as a warm-up. Exactly what it is!

Sure Chisora and Haye were twats in Munich. But no one died, no one got seriously hurt, and it was a bit of a harmless scuffle. Peple call it a brawl - jeez, have they seen the local pub here on a Saturday? Maybe in the lovely parts of London, but here that would be seen as a bitch fight.

There have been much worse in previous fights - Lewis-Tyson, Lewis-Rahman and every one always talks about what a gent Lennox is! Never saw the BBBoC sanction him, or the WBC either.

The hypocrisy is hilarious from the WBC, who have condemned the fight while allowing women-beater Floyd Mayweather, thug Saul Alvarez, and drug user Chavez Jr to hold its belts. They also had no issue with Edwin Valero holding a title despite him battering **** out of his wife. And a senior member of the BBBoC sits on its board too.

So get ****ed with your moral high ground and smug self-satisfaction. The article says nothing of substance, and the amount of money on the table you really think someone else won't pick it up?
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:19 PM   #21
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If those two want to fight each other and there's demand to see the fight (which there clearly is) it'll happen.

Regardless of what tinpot organisation ''sanctions'' it.

The only ''sanctioning'' any fight needs is the two men themselves being willing to do so.
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:29 PM   #22
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OK, sweetheart - time to clear this up once and for all. I have no connection to Haye, never met him, never been involved with him or anyone in his employ.

I know you seem to have some serious issue with this fight, for no other reason than some misguided moral high ground, but you are very much in the minority.

This may be really difficult for you to comprehend, but I just don't have an issue with the fight. It's not a great match, but Haye is coming off a loss and a long break, and this would normally be classed as a warm-up. Exactly what it is!

Sure Chisora and Haye were twats in Munich. But no one died, no one got seriously hurt, and it was a bit of a harmless scuffle. Peple call it a brawl - jeez, have they seen the local pub here on a Saturday? Maybe in the lovely parts of London, but here that would be seen as a bitch fight.

There have been much worse in previous fights - Lewis-Tyson, Lewis-Rahman and every one always talks about what a gent Lennox is! Never saw the BBBoC sanction him, or the WBC either.

The hypocrisy is hilarious from the WBC, who have condemned the fight while allowing women-beater Floyd Mayweather, thug Saul Alvarez, and drug user Chavez Jr to hold its belts. They also had no issue with Edwin Valero holding a title despite him battering **** out of his wife. And a senior member of the BBBoC sits on its board too.

So get ****ed with your moral high ground and smug self-satisfaction. The article says nothing of substance, and the amount of money on the table you really think someone else won't pick it up?
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:35 PM   #23
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The fight will happen with or without a governing body.
Unlicensed if it has to be.
Theres too much money involved for everyone involved for it not to happen.
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:36 PM   #24
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Jews.
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The BBBofC need to **** off. They're only doing this now because they know they ****ed up by not banning Chisora in the first place. They're trying to save face but failing badly. This is evident in the fact that people who hate old fish eyes VVarren are agreeing with him on this one.
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:47 PM   #25
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OK, sweetheart - time to clear this up once and for all. I have no connection to Haye, never met him, never been involved with him or anyone in his employ.

I know you seem to have some serious issue with this fight, for no other reason than some misguided moral high ground, but you are very much in the minority.

This may be really difficult for you to comprehend, but I just don't have an issue with the fight. It's not a great match, but Haye is coming off a loss and a long break, and this would normally be classed as a warm-up. Exactly what it is!

Sure Chisora and Haye were twats in Munich. But no one died, no one got seriously hurt, and it was a bit of a harmless scuffle. Peple call it a brawl - jeez, have they seen the local pub here on a Saturday? Maybe in the lovely parts of London, but here that would be seen as a bitch fight.

There have been much worse in previous fights - Lewis-Tyson, Lewis-Rahman and every one always talks about what a gent Lennox is! Never saw the BBBoC sanction him, or the WBC either.

The hypocrisy is hilarious from the WBC, who have condemned the fight while allowing women-beater Floyd Mayweather, thug Saul Alvarez, and drug user Chavez Jr to hold its belts. They also had no issue with Edwin Valero holding a title despite him battering **** out of his wife. And a senior member of the BBBoC sits on its board too.

So get ****ed with your moral high ground and smug self-satisfaction. The article says nothing of substance, and the amount of money on the table you really think someone else won't pick it up?
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Old 06-04-2012, 07:05 PM   #26
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Unless this comes out of Bruce Baker's mouth it's just hot air.
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Old 06-04-2012, 07:30 PM   #27
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This is boxing we are talking about here. At worse the fight gets postponed until the BBBofC have a little sit down with fisheyes, Chis, Haye etc and let the fight go ahead sanctioned under their body.

I know they banned them but they would have set a timeframe of the ban if they didn't want them to actually fight. This is a power struggle between the board and a promoter but they all want to make money and will.

The only way this fight doesn't happen one way or another is if Haye doesn't wan't to fight Chisora and pulls an injury out of nowhere.
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Old 06-05-2012, 02:04 AM   #28
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As much as I want to see the fight, I want to see ****** get pissed off more. Besides, Chisora should NOT be rewarded for his cuntishness.

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Old 06-05-2012, 04:04 AM   #29
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To latvia!!!!!!
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Old 06-05-2012, 04:06 AM   #30
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The article says nothing of substance
Yes, one could take that view. The headline says they are having second thoughts about sanctioning the fight; so does the story. That's it.

Not of much substance but a nice little story of interest to 0.00001% of hardcore boxing fans.
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