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Old 09-09-2012, 02:16 PM   #16
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If Mundine were to beat this version of Geale most would be proved correct in thinking he has wasted the majority of his career fighting and in Woods case losing to fighters he from a legacy point of view he should never have been in a ring with . But then again he won't be fighting Geale again or beating him .
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Old 09-10-2012, 05:34 AM   #17
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Agree entirely Josey.............but to answer the question if they did fight again & mandy did beat Geale beyond doubt........then I'd give him the credit for sure.......everything I have against mandy is what Josey etched on & that is he wasted his talent......built a legacy stacking his record with easy beats that posed no threat..........fought enough of them to finally reach his karma when Wood KO'ed him......deep down most of his loyal one eyed fans have felt let down one time or another for his lack of desire to really test himself.
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Old 09-10-2012, 07:14 AM   #18
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pretty bloody good win for mandy. no chance he takes the fight though. geale took him to a place he never wants to visit again.
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Old 09-10-2012, 02:25 PM   #19
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Stroll in the park for Choc. I would rate it below Echols.
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Please rate Chocs fights with Ottke , Kessler and Woods.
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Old 09-10-2012, 05:27 PM   #21
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Please rate Chocs fights with Ottke , Kessler and Woods.
Ottke was a brave fight and a gamble to take, he was kicking his ass but got caught.

He should've won the Kessler fight, when he was aggressive he dominated, still a great performance against a guy 2 natural divisions above him.

*Wood - earned his shot and knocked out "the man" with a viscious knee after trailing on the cards, in the rematch Choc whooped his ass - good win.

Please rate the Green and Geale wins .
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Ottke was a brave fight and a gamble to take, he was kicking his ass but got caught.

He should've won the Kessler fight, when he was aggressive he dominated, still a great performance against a guy 2 natural divisions above him.

*Wood - earned his shot and knocked out "the man" with a viscious knee after trailing on the cards, in the rematch Choc whooped his ass - good win.

Please rate the Green and Geale wins .
Great attempt in roughing a decent technical fighter like Sven up but sadly for Mundine his chin let him down v one of the lightest hitting S middles in the divisions short history ( I feel a pong pong ball debate coming on ) bring it .

Yes I agree he should have won v an injured Kessler but he didn't and realised during that fight if he couldn't beat an injured Kessler them the game was up as far as him being a legit champion goes .

As for Garthy lmfao that was just a bonus .


Danny Green & Daniel Geale = Two genuine Australian trinket holders their countrymen should be proud of .

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Old 09-11-2012, 01:50 AM   #23
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If he did beat Geale again at this stage in his career I would rate it as his best win.
For the record I had Mundine winning the first fight 114-113 it was not the robbery that everyone claims it to be.
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Old 09-11-2012, 01:53 AM   #24
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Ottke was a brave fight and a gamble to take, he was kicking his ass but got caught.

He should've won the Kessler fight, when he was aggressive he dominated, still a great performance against a guy 2 natural divisions above him.

*Wood - earned his shot and knocked out "the man" with a viscious knee after trailing on the cards, in the rematch Choc whooped his ass - good win.

Please rate the Green and Geale wins .
you really need to learn what dominant actually looks like. he never once hurt ottke and ran like a marathon olympian the whole fight.
his fight with kessler could at the very best be described as mildly competitive.
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