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Old 02-02-2013, 02:09 PM   #61
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You gave us our freedom? If I remembered correctly, we took our freedom and ran you fags out of the country. England has been spanked by the Romans for years, not sure what you're talking about. Emperor Augustus even went there and whooped that ass so they would know who the pappy was. England created a lot of things, even boxing and soccer. Yet they suck at it. The U.S isn't more than 250 years old and didn't start becoming a world empire till the industrial revolution, everything was basically created by that time.
you got your arses hadned to you in the rematch of 1812, we ran you out of canada, burnt the white house down and left you begging for us to leave you alone and to keep the stauts quo. here you are talking in English about an english sport using the World Wide Web...an english invention.
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:11 PM   #62
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you got your arses hadned to you in the rematch of 1812, we ran you out of canada, burnt the white house down and left you begging for us to leave you alone and to keep the stauts quo. here you are talking in English about an english sport using the World Wide Web...an english invention.
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:16 PM   #63
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Thats cool, but its 100% obvious your making your posts as personal as possible regarding the UK, in particularly England. Lets be honest, England ran the world, we ran the USA, we created the world most popular sport. The Beatles were English, the world biggest band ever. Your top musician Presley was half Irish. This crap is ridicilous. Boxing wise, yes the USA have more champions. However, the UK are breeding very good boxers at the moment: Brook, Bellew, Cleverly, Frampton, Quigg, Khan etc.
You ran the world? As far as I can remember, England got their ass handed to them every time they stepped up competition. Spain had a bigger world empire than England had, and England couldn't even beat their rival France prime for prime. Let's be real here, India ran England out of their country, got ran out of Jerusalem, got ran out of the U.S, what exactly did they run?
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:21 PM   #64
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you got your arses hadned to you in the rematch of 1812, we ran you out of canada, burnt the white house down and left you begging for us to leave you alone and to keep the stauts quo. here you are talking in English about an english sport using the World Wide Web...an english invention.
How exactly was that a rematch? No territorial changes were made and we still had the U.S.
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Old 02-02-2013, 02:23 PM   #65
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Thats cool, but its 100% obvious your making your posts as personal as possible regarding the UK, in particularly England. Lets be honest, England ran the world, we ran the USA, we created the world most popular sport. The Beatles were English, the world biggest band ever. Your top musician Presley was half Irish. This crap is ridicilous. Boxing wise, yes the USA have more champions. However, the UK are breeding very good boxers at the moment: Brook, Bellew, Cleverly, Frampton, Quigg, Khan etc.
I'm sorry if you're offended by posts in a boxing forum. Every white American has European roots, wtf are you talking about? You think that white people just magically came into existence in North America? All those boxers you mentioned are bums though.
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Old 02-02-2013, 11:47 PM   #66
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Hatton and Khan were as protected as it got. When Hatton came to the States to fight he started getting knocked down and knocked out in savage and embarrassing fashion. Khan was getting knocked down KOed at British domestic level.

You crooked referees would give them long counts to save them. It was a farce.
LOL American referees change there style to suit the american fighter go watch Joe Cortez in Hatton v Mayweather then watch him again in calazaghe v hopkins same man or does he have a twin ,Hatton mayweather fight he allowed zero inside fighting was pulling hatton of before he has finished throwing ,Yet in the Hopkins fight Hopkins could use his elbows head and any other dirty trick he wanted to........... GLASS PASSPORTS

Texas is bigger than the whole of the uk how many great champions has texas created
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:57 AM   #67
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How exactly was that a rematch? No territorial changes were made and we still had the U.S.
You started the war trying to take canada....you failed in your objective and got whooped all over the usa as well as canada...why is your white house white?
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This fella saved your army from bankruptcy too. If it was the other way round, I think I'd find it a little embarrassing that a tiny island could rule your arses in the first place.

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Chon Wang: The English are not very friendly.
Roy: They're just sore losers.
Chon Wang: What did they lose?
Roy: A little thing called the American Revolution, Chon.
Chon Wang: Never heard of it.
Roy: I'll give you the highlights. They came over with about a million men. We had a bunch of farmers with pitchforks and beat 'em like a drum.
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