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Old 10-04-2012, 10:29 PM   #46
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It's funny when you into the general and people dissect the careers of guys like Pac, Cotto and DLH unfavourably and then you come over here and there are folks with the temerity to mention Mundine in the same breath.

They are so deluded that I sometimes find it hard to believe we are arguing about it.

Choc squandered his career. If he somehow can still politically maneuver himself into a belt expect it to be dropped or lost as soon as a half decent fighter comes into view. That's the historical precedent.
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Old 10-06-2012, 04:03 AM   #47
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lol at the pix in this thread

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Manny "Too Big, Too Strong" Siaca

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Getting braver I see. Humiliating yourself all over the board again.

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You have entered very creepy territory here "my son".
Tell me about it in the pub next time you "see me"

You need to tell that story again.

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It's funny when you into the general and people dissect the careers of guys like Pac, Cotto and DLH unfavourably and then you come over here and there are folks with the temerity to mention Mundine in the same breath.

They are so deluded that I sometimes find it hard to believe we are arguing about it.

Choc squandered his career. If he somehow can still politically maneuver himself into a belt expect it to be dropped or lost as soon as a half decent fighter comes into view. That's the historical precedent.
What will you say when he takes Geale's belts AGAIN?
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Old 10-06-2012, 04:38 AM   #48
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What will you say when he takes Geale's belts AGAIN?
I'll say congratulations IF he does.

I'll congratulate Mundine on any good victory.
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Old 10-06-2012, 12:27 PM   #49
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I'll say congratulations IF he does.

I'll congratulate Mundine on any good victory.
You'd best get writing your congratulatory speech then.
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I'd like to congratulate Mundine on buying a shot at 2 world titles when he isn't rated top 10 by either organization and there are worthy contenders ahead of him including in all likelyhood mandatory challengers.

The WBA don't even list him in their top 15:
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