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Old 01-26-2013, 05:09 PM   #166
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I think it's pretty obvious this little dipshit highguard has never boxed in his life. I highly doubt he has even sparred at all saying you don't need to run.

And anyone thats 240 who has boxed even as an amateur wouldn't be licking their lips fighting someone who is 140. They wouldn't be that piss weak to even fight someone that much smaller.


Still a ridiculous grudge fight like this between 2 novices has the potential to be quite humorous.
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Old 01-26-2013, 05:39 PM   #167
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I think it's pretty obvious this little dipshit highguard has never boxed in his life. I highly doubt he has even sparred at all saying you don't need to run.

And anyone thats 240 who has boxed even as an amateur wouldn't be licking their lips fighting someone who is 140. They wouldn't be that piss weak to even fight someone that much smaller.


Still a ridiculous grudge fight like this between 2 novices has the potential to be quite humorous.
I am NOT a novice, see my other posts.
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Old 01-26-2013, 05:53 PM   #168
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I'm pretty sure highguard is mentally retarded. I've not read more incoherent nonsense since frankenfrank.
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Old 01-26-2013, 06:01 PM   #169
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I am NOT a novice, see my other posts.
Do you have a pro record?

Keep us postd on the outcome of the beautiful meeting.
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Old 01-26-2013, 06:14 PM   #170
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I'm pretty sure highguard is mentally retarded. I've not read more incoherent nonsense since frankenfrank.
Anybody remember sirhenry?

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Old 01-26-2013, 06:29 PM   #171
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Do you have a pro record?

Keep us postd on the outcome of the beautiful meeting.
Not pro, but I could have been, like I said, I was undefeated in a year of backyard boxing and still use the speed bag every day.
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Not pro, but I could have been, like I said, I was undefeated in a year of backyard boxing and still use the speed bag every day.
Understand I would like to see you win in this one but that means you are at best a good streetfighter, which is not a bad thing to be. But you are very much a novice boxer.

I did amateur silver glove when I was younger and later got involved in smokers and still I wouldn't even qualify myself as a rookie in a real boxing ring.
Take care of yourself in someone else's back yard.
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Backyard boxing is a bit of a waste of the love of the sport. You never really accumulate any skill or real experience, but doing it at all is indicative that you love the sport a whole lot.

Get into a gym and pour that competitiveness into becoming a fighter. With that attitude, you could be a real good one someday.
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Understand I would like to see you win in this one but that means you are at best a good streetfighter, which is not a bad thing to be. But you are very much a novice boxer.

I did amateur silver glove when I was younger and later got involved in smokers and still I wouldn't even qualify myself as a rookie in a real boxing ring.
Take care of yourself in someone else's back yard.
Surely you know I'm ****ing with him

Well, I was!

Backyard boxer with 'obscene grip strength from speed bag'
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Sometimes I take trolling too far, sorry

But he was begging for a wind up.
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Sometimes I take trolling too far, sorry

But he was begging for a wind up.
You're my hero.
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You're my hero.
And you're mine. I know boxing well enough to know there are miles and miles between 'backyard boxers' and even small time but serious amateurs. Just like there is a difference between someone who sometimes reads a medical book on the toilet and a junior doctor.
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Old 01-26-2013, 07:02 PM   #178
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And you're mine. I know boxing well enough to know there are miles and miles between 'backyard boxers' and even small time but serious amateurs. Just like there is a difference between someone who sometimes reads a medical book on the toilet and a junior doctor.
I read golf books on the toilet and act like I know what I'm doing on the green. If it were as simple as dressing like a jackass and tapping a ball with a stick, I'd be Tiger. Men want to be badasses. Its in our DNA.
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Surely you know I'm ****ing with him

Well, I was!

Backyard boxer with 'obscene grip strength from speed bag'
You just bullshitted a bullshitter.

I bow before you.
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I read golf books on the toilet and act like I know what I'm doing on the green. If it were as simple as dressing like a jackass and tapping a ball with a stick, I'd be Tiger. Men want to be badasses. Its in our DNA.
Yep. At least you can say you took some truly meaty shots that would have crumbled nearly everyone else in the world.
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