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Old 11-19-2012, 03:23 PM   #76
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dont know whats funnier..klit fans taking offence to bunce talking shite...or klit haters agreeing with him to have a go..either way both sets are being foolish considering how big a bias tit buncey ball works for...
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Old 11-19-2012, 03:23 PM   #77
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Old 11-19-2012, 03:30 PM   #78
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Old 11-19-2012, 03:31 PM   #79
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im british dumbass..so please stop with the insults
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Old 11-19-2012, 03:33 PM   #80
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Only a matter of time before McGrain deletes this thread.

He does it every time the Brits are proven the bias hate filled "fans" they are.
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Old 11-19-2012, 03:58 PM   #81
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Only a matter of time before McGrain deletes this thread.

He does it every time the Brits are proven the bias hate filled "fans" they are.
McGrain has huge task and resbonsibility on shepherd those enormous mass of insuffient zombies. He really is carrying huge weights on his shoulders trying keep them british mollusc in order.
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Old 11-19-2012, 04:10 PM   #82
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Now combine this with last weeks shameful heartless rant about Wlad being happy he doesnt have to pay trainers fee's to Emanual anymore and you will see exactly why Brittards are the cancer of this forum.

England is a media driven nation. Whatever is spoken is gobbled up and then re-used here. The hate clearly begins at the top.

Again...only a matter of time before mcGrain delets this thread just like last weeks.
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Old 11-19-2012, 04:49 PM   #83
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Now combine this with last weeks shameful heartless rant about Wlad being happy he doesnt have to pay trainers fee's to Emanual anymore and you will see exactly why Brittards are the cancer of this forum.

England is a media driven nation. Whatever is spoken is gobbled up and then re-used here. The hate clearly begins at the top.

Again...only a matter of time before mcGrain delets this thread just like last weeks.
I can't help but agree with this. There are SO many brittards that seem to simply parrot the media they consume.
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Old 11-19-2012, 05:11 PM   #84
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is this the same bald ugly brittard that said Naz will KO Barrera and Haye will destroy Wlad? No surprise he has brains to compare heavyweight champion to some britbum.
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Yet he couldn't get a tko victory against a heavy bag?
same heavy bag that beat David Price 8 years ago?
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Wow,

The brits, fuk them, fukin inbred piece of shits.

Steve Bunce is actually the voice of Average fuk faced brit. It really is simple as that, harsh but true.

Shit nation and extremely retarded boxing fans.
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Old 08-19-2013, 04:14 PM   #89
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Wladimir Klitschko kept Marius Wach at arm's length for 12 disappointing

As expected, Nathan Cleverly won in Los Angeles, defending his WBO light-heavyweight title against Shawn Hawk in a fight from which he can take more positives than negatives.

The positives are simple: he boxed in America, it was an exciting fight and he had Tom Jones and Mickey Rourke by his side, so he certainly made an impression at the Staples Center. But being in LA with Jones and Rourke in tow and knowing that he needed to make an impression made him a little reckless. It made for good viewing, but it wasn't necessarily a vintage performance.

Then again, that's what boxing should be about - taking risks to get opponents out of the ring even if it means getting clobbered along the way. Nathan did get hit a few times - his nose was busted up a bit - but he won the fight and looked good doing it. He probably could have breezed it in 12 rounds, but he wouldn't have drawn half as much attention as he did for the way he fought.

It is interesting that Bernard Hopkins only started talking about a fight on March 9 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, after watching Cleverly. The Welshman's name had been mentioned, but it wasn't highlighted. There are three potential opponents Hopkins is looking at, all of whom hold a version of the light-heavyweight world title - WBA champion Beibut Shumenov, and Tavoris Cloud with the IBF belt are the other two - but my gut feeling is that Hopkins will take Shumenov or Cleverly, leaving the remaining pair to fight each other. Effectively we would have two unification semi-finals, which would be brilliant - not just for the light-heavyweight division but for boxing.

I would love Hopkins to fight Cleverly next. That's the fight I'd push for - I don't want Hopkins in a hard or boring fight that he could potentially lose before facing the 25-year-old. But Hopkins is a brilliant negotiator and will know that's the best fight out there right now - so that's the fight he'll ask the most money for.

Wladimir Klitschko's decision victory over Maruisz Wach in Hamburg was in direct contrast to the Cleverly-Hawk fight. Klitschko could have, and should have, knocked Wach out before the final bell. The Pole was immensely brave, but was finished from about round seven or eight - and looked like like a man waiting for the inevitable. But Klitschko either didn't see the signs or simply refused to take the slightest risk.

If you hit a man with 20 right hands to the head in every single round and he's still standing there, you've got to change your tactics - throw some body shots, you've got to start mixing up your cominations. But Klitschko refused: he just stuck with left jab, big right. Of course he won the fight, clearly, taking every single round as far as I'm concerned. But where was the variety? How did he manage to let Wach survive round seven and eight? It is a mystery.

As a result, we had a world heavyweight title fight that will be remembered for being 'competitive', but in truth it was anything but. Wach had one brief moment at the end of the fifth round when he landed one right hand, and Wladimir Klitschko - and let's not mince our words - looked panicked. Looked scared. Looked in trouble and had to hold.

I was slightly disappointed after that when Wach didn't go all out in round six. The giant Pole still lost the fifth round - you can't win a round on the back of 10 seconds - and should have gone for broke on his return. As Tim Witherspoon said in the ESPN studio, "Son, the world title is yours - go out and get it." But he never did - and that's where Wach lost his golden opportunity.

The broadcast on ESPN was a resounding success. Witherspoon was brilliant and Frank Maloney was forthright and honest. However, he did make one comment that I'm sure he regrets. It was a comment aimed at Wladimir that for some reason people think was an insult aimed at the late Manny Steward.

It was not. It was an attack on Wladimir and just how cold he can be in business. It was a throw-away, and at the same time unnecessary, comment.


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There is so much wrong with this article. Bunce really sounds like a bitter cunt.
And karma bit Maloney in the ass already.
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That is one extremely embarrassing article. It would be if he had shame that is.
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