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Old 12-10-2012, 01:59 AM   #16
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So now it's official Sally thinks Alex has the heaviest hands in the world of boxing , lmfao
fury never hurt him.

styles make fights. alex is all wrong for tyson....but tyson would never take the risk....
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:00 AM   #17
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sally there are ****all people from the west indies in the nba
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:03 AM   #18
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Btw Masoe won the WBA vacant title v a jr middle named Evsns Ashira if I ain't mistaken so it hardly makes him a world champion now does it ?
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fury never hurt him.

styles make fights. alex is all wrong for tyson....but tyson would never take the risk....
Sal for such a prolific poster you sure as shit know **** all about how the sport is run , why in everything holy would Fury fight an unheard of fighter who has a loss to a the guy he just beat ? Fury will go to America next year and fight Adamek on St Patricks ( St Patrick was Welsh BTW ) night for a fairly bigger pot of money than he would ever get for retiring Alex after 6 rounds .
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So what has all this got to do with cricket? In one sense the same as it has to do with the decline in colliery bands in Britain or jazz in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina: decimate an economic base and the culture it helped produce will soon follow. Young aspirant sports players in the Caribbean are now more likely to be attracted by basketball (which could earn them a scholarship to an American university) or football, which could pay millions.
"Twenty-five years ago, cricket was the only avenue anyone had to be recognised. The West Indian team represented international stardom for any youngster," Lara said a few years ago. "It still does [but now] there are a lot more distractions and more avenues."
Such economic realities are buttressed by the cultural effect of cable television piping in the latest international sporting superstars plying their trade. Bubba's, a sports bar in the south of Barbados, was packed with young locals in Manchester United shirts watching the US all-star basketball game beamed live from Las Vegas. Earlier that morning, at the Lucky Horseshoe down the road, there was Premiership football. And although it may be 24C outside, that doesn't stop sports enthusiasts watching ice hockey, if that's what's on.
I can see the changes in my own family. My Uncle Michael is still a cricket coach at primary school level there. He says the enthusiasm remains, but the infrastructure to mould it is decaying. Meanwhile two of my cousins play basketball and another is a regional squash champion. They'll watch cricket, but they neither follow it nor play it. "When you let people know how much Shaq gets for basketball," says Michael, "and how much Beckham gets to go to the US, it's not that surprising that cricket struggles to compete."
"I think we are too influenced by American culture," argues Walcott. "Everything now has to be quick and fast. Cricket is a slow game."
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sally there are ****all people from the west indies in the nba
Hey D where are you mate ? **** this shit tell us all where you been ya little globetrotter you .
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Btw Masoe won the WBA vacant title v a jr middle named Evsns Ashira if I ain't mistaken so it hardly makes him a world champion now does it ?

dumber words, were never spoken, through falser teeth.....
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Sal for such a prolific poster you sure as shit know **** all about how the sport is run , why in everything holy would Fury fight an unheard of fighter who has a loss to a the guy he just beat ? Fury will go to America next year and fight Adamek on St Patricks ( St Patrick was Welsh BTW ) for a fairly bigger pot of money than he would ever get for retiring Alex after 6 rounds .
i agree, hes shit scared. alex did what he couldnt....hurt the cunt!!!!
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:27 AM   #24
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dumber words, were never spoken, through falser teeth.....
No I wasn't mistaken regular title holder lmfao so now Sakky us admitting Mundine was a World champion ,
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No I wasn't mistaken regular title holder lmfao so now Sakky us admitting Mundine was a World champion ,
whats sakky?
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i agree, hes shit scared. alex did what he couldnt....hurt the cunt!!!!
No Tyson did what Alex couldn't and thats BEAT Kingpin , that's why Fury will be fighting in a mecca of world Boxing in March with the promise of gold and Alex sadly is fighting in China .
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:34 AM   #27
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whats sakky?
Sakky = Sally in iPhone typing error land , btw how you getting on with that new dial up connection mate ? .
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No Tyson did what Alex couldn't and thats BEAT Kingpin , that's why Fury will be fighting in a mecca of world Boxing in March with the promise of gold and Alex sadly is fighting in China .
you got no idea...
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Old 12-10-2012, 02:44 AM   #29
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[quote=swingin;14368850] you got no idea...[


Like team Lionheart would tell a fruit loop like you any of their business . You are living in a dream world fella , wake up to yourself Sal .
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Old 12-10-2012, 03:05 AM   #30
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So Sally , was Mundine a champion boxer in your opinion ?
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