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Old 01-17-2013, 10:33 AM   #31
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U do remember choc was a 86 kg five eight in rugby league

Somehow to small against blokes in 76kg division.
Do you realise how stupid you seem from that statement?

Choc's walk around weight, in league whilst completing cumbersome weight training and other explosive power training was 86kg (as heavy as he could possibly get). Most SMW (kessler for example) walk around nearer 90kg, and on fight night usually weigh 82-86kg.

If you cannot fathom out of that, that the training requirements and body and conditioning requirements for a rugby league athlete differ from a boxer, and that a rugby league player at 86kg would not translate to a boxer of similar weight you are a complete moron.
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Old 01-17-2013, 05:14 PM   #32
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Strange then that choc looked ok as a smw but looks **** at the lower weights
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Old 01-17-2013, 05:17 PM   #33
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Strange then that choc looked ok as a smw but looks **** at the lower weights
Good point. He's done nothing at JMW
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:48 PM   #34
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Ahuh.

It's time to sport my new avatar, getting close to the fight.

BTW, what's Mandy wearing in your av? The little straps make him look like a porn star, he just needs the 'mo.
Stop checking Choc out mate

It was a backpack !
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Old 01-17-2013, 06:50 PM   #35
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Strange then that choc looked ok as a smw but looks **** at the lower weights

Mate, Kessler is an absoulte monster at Super Mid, Green to an extent as well.
Mundine relied on his speed and movement much more at that weight... Who did he knockout that was a real quality fighter?? No one bar Soliman... He had decent power but nothing to match those big Super Mids, Choc is not a big man at all
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Old 01-18-2013, 03:54 AM   #36
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Do you realise how stupid you seem from that statement?

Choc's walk around weight, in league whilst completing cumbersome weight training and other explosive power training was 86kg (as heavy as he could possibly get). Most SMW (kessler for example) walk around nearer 90kg, and on fight night usually weigh 82-86kg.

If you cannot fathom out of that, that the training requirements and body and conditioning requirements for a rugby league athlete differ from a boxer, and that a rugby league player at 86kg would not translate to a boxer of similar weight you are a complete moron.
Good to see you trying a different tactic to the old one where you claimed Mundine played league at, what was it? 72kgs? 76kgs?

And you can prove that because you played reggies againts him and he wasn't as big as you and you weigh 86kgs

Eh, biajoli?
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Old 01-20-2013, 02:40 AM   #37
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Strange then that choc looked ok as a smw but looks **** at the lower weights
Looked **** beating geale at middleweight in 09? And hasnt lost at junior middle yet, a few we're saying he was gonna lose to Alvarez, handle him ok?
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Old 01-20-2013, 03:57 AM   #38
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Oh we'll.....I won a bit on Sam Stosur getting pipped so ill put a tad on my multiple.
How's ya *** life going mate?
I remember you putting your nuts on the chopping block saying that if mundine stops soliman (in their 2nd fight) you'd slice off ya sweet potatoes.
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:20 AM   #39
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How's ya *** life going mate?
I remember you putting your nuts on the chopping block saying that if mundine stops soliman (in their 2nd fight) you'd slice off ya sweet potatoes.
Fark.....good memory!!!!

Yeah *** life is as good as it gets for being with the same chick for 20 years...Same rabbit same tricks.

It was a fair punch that got Sammy.......so I stuffed up on that one.

Still reckon my multiple has a chance at odds

And Sammy is in good shape atm as well.

In the end its only $50 but im not betting my sweet potatoes on anything this time lol
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:22 AM   #40
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Fark.....good memory!!!!

Yeah *** life is as good as it gets for being with the same chick for 20 years...Same rabbit same tricks.

It was a fair punch that got Sammy.......so I stuffed up on that one.

Still reckon my multiple has a chance at odds

And Sammy is in good shape atm as well.

In the end its only $50 but im not betting my sweet potatoes on anything this time lol
Good to hear mate.
Yeah, we all get some wrong sometime. I reckon Sam should trouble Sturm. Will be an interesting fight, not spectacular, but interesting.
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Old 01-20-2013, 07:44 AM   #41
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Good to hear mate.
Yeah, we all get some wrong sometime. I reckon Sam should trouble Sturm. Will be an interesting fight, not spectacular, but interesting.
Sams style would frustrate anyone. He cant box. Ugly styles make ugly fights. Sam once again looks like the looney tunes tasmainian devil. Sturm wins with his jab
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Old 01-20-2013, 11:03 PM   #42
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Anyone catch the GGG fight ? That Rosado got some ***** fair goes to the kid .
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Old 01-21-2013, 04:59 AM   #43
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Anyone catch the GGG fight ? That Rosado got some ***** fair goes to the kid .
I just saw it.
Rosado did extremely well for a blown up JMW, and 5 losses on board.

Going off that fight, Geale would box GGG's ears off.
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Old 01-21-2013, 09:04 AM   #44
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I just saw it.
Rosado did extremely well for a blown up JMW, and 5 losses on board.

Going off that fight, Geale would box GGG's ears off.
Sox u are going to be in for one rude awakening if they meet. Rosado essentially ran the entire fight. His face got ripped to bits by Golovkin's jab really. The one time he got brave was the end of the 2nd i think when he tried to back Golovkin up with a triple jab and caught nothing but glove, stayed coming forward and tried to unload up close, Golovkin caught him with a left hook and Rosado immediately retreated and got on his bike again. Geale is absolutely made for Golovkin. Pitter patter puncheres with basic technique won't beat a guy with the ring smarts and power of GGG. And tbh if your boy doesn't get past a 38 year old with a dodgy hip next week then he definetely shouldn't be mixing it with Martinez, GGG, Pirog.
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Old 01-21-2013, 09:53 AM   #45
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What gives people the impression that Geale would 'outbox' an Olympic silver medalist, world champion amateur and unbeaten world pro champ?

GGG's skills (forget about his power) look superior to Geales IMO
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