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Old 10-28-2012, 11:54 PM   #16
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Is GLK still writing??

I think I saw an Article on Geale the other day written by him??


Grantlee's still writing and going well. Recently read articles written by him in the Telegraph and the Australian.
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Old 10-30-2012, 08:05 AM   #19
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Mundine-Nasser split is no good for Mundine IMO. Sure Mundine had some so-so fights between 08-10, which came to head with Wood KO. However over a decade Nasser has made sure the ball was always in Mundine's court. Mundine can not totally self manage, he is a fighter. He needs that second set of eyes. Gary Shaw could screw him over in Geale fight.
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Mundine-Nasser split is no good for Mundine IMO. Sure Mundine had some so-so fights between 08-10, which came to head with Wood KO. However over a decade Nasser has made sure the ball was always in Mundine's court. Mundine can not totally self manage, he is a fighter. He needs that second set of eyes. Gary Shaw could screw him over in Geale fight.
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Mundine-Nasser split is no good for Mundine IMO. Sure Mundine had some so-so fights between 08-10, which came to head with Wood KO. However over a decade Nasser has made sure the ball was always in Mundine's court. Mundine can not totally self manage, he is a fighter. He needs that second set of eyes. Gary Shaw could screw him over in Geale fight.
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Are you the same person? Both Brawler and Mr. packer joined at the same time, have a similar number of posts, not a dissimilar writing style, hmmmm. Must have a lot to say?




Mundine isn't about to get screwed in Australia, overseas mabye, but that would be the case with or without Khoder. Remember the deal King offered Choc and Khoder...it was take it or leave it. Luckily for Choc, Ab's wasn't about to share his meal-ticket with anyone.

He might have to go to selling mobile phones, or heroin like his fat-arsed brother was convicted for.

Ditching Ab's has been a long time coming, christ knows how he's maanged to keep his svengali grip on Choc for as long as he has- but I'll bet their shared 'faith' has has alot to do with it.

It's a shame its taken as long as 2012 to happen and not 2006 after the Green victory...but better late than never.

Unfortunately, the Khoder imprint seems to have been well and truly impressed onto Choc, which means the in-the-public tune wont change. Sadly.

Now that he's run Mundine's career into dormancy and ridicule, now we can watch Ab's work his magic with Quade Cooper.
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Old 10-31-2012, 04:50 AM   #22
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i think khoder actually likes mundine. he just doesnt want to be part of mundine wanting to fight real fighters, that khoder knows he has no right to be in the same ring with.

khoder kept the bums coming, the money rolling in, no damage done. the only thing he couldnt control was mundine getting bashed for no reaon in sparring sessions. his dad was training him like a draughthorse instead of the thouroubred he was. mundine like many boxers has done most damage to himself in the sparring ring. it was his dads guidence that saw that happen.

a smater trainer would have seen mundine spar for quality, not quantity.

but still the brutal spars continue. the level of opposition is now going up, and khoder sees his mate about to fall, or get brain damage the longer it goes on. it wouldnt surprise me if khoder has told mundine its over. but mundine wont listen.

thats my personal belief.
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