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Old 07-21-2007, 07:55 PM   #91
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WOW!

What a load of ****ers we are, we gave him no hope what so ever!

Great perforamce from a fighter who hasnt even for the best domestically at LIGHTWEIGHT, to go up a division a dominate the WBA champ is a huge performance and probably the biggest upset since what, Steve Robinson winnin the WBO featherweight title...?

Thing is nobody knows how good Rees is now, was that a one off against a avergae champ, or can he go onto defend a title that at light welter even though he is obvious a lightweight!?!

Great performance though, loved every second of it. And goes to prove that Enzo Calzaghe is the best boxing trainer in the country WITHOUT DOUBT!
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Old 07-21-2007, 08:02 PM   #92
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Pass the Humble Pie .......................man did I get this one wrong .

Well done Gavin Rees he performed far better than I expected , as for M'Baye I don't think ****** is going to be holding onto him for too much longer .

With all that said Kotelnik is Rees' mandatory , that's gonna be ****ing tough .
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Old 07-21-2007, 08:03 PM   #93
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Mbaye has served his purpose, you can get rid of him now Frank.
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Old 07-21-2007, 08:04 PM   #94
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Pass the Humble Pie .......................man did I get this one wrong.
You're by no means on your own here.
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Old 07-21-2007, 08:11 PM   #95
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Pass the Humble Pie .......................man did I get this one wrong .

Well done Gavin Rees he performed far better than I expected , as for M'Baye I don't think ****** is going to be holding onto him for too much longer .

With all that said Kotelnik is Rees' mandatory , that's gonna be ****ing tough .
I wish I didn't go with the Majority after seeing Rees won.

I could of done another told you so like with Joe and Lacy.
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Old 07-21-2007, 08:11 PM   #96
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Well done to Gavin............Granted Mbaye was **** but you have to give Gavin credit...........I spoke to Gavin about 4 weeks ago & he really fancied it........I know all fighter have to be positive but he was 100% sure of it...........Personally I thought it might be too much for him but Im glad he proved me wrong..................Brilliant......!!!
The crucial point for me was that he is not ****, he is a good boxer who was not good enough for a boxer coached by Enzo Calzaghe.
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Old 07-21-2007, 09:19 PM   #97
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If Limond can hurt Khan then Gav's overwhelming speedy shots will.
Maybe. But Gavin is slower than Khan and Khan won't be as stupid as M'Baye, Khan will fight on the outside. So can Gavin get under the jab of Khan and close the range? Can he deal with Khans speed? I think Khan is overrated but I think Rees is made for him, he may well be a world champ at 21 after all, did you see the look on his dads face at ringisde a number of the rest of his team there looked smug as hell as well.
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Old 07-21-2007, 09:27 PM   #98
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i reckon rees will outbox khan
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Old 07-21-2007, 09:30 PM   #99
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Maybe. But Gavin is slower than Khan and Khan won't be as stupid as M'Baye, Khan will fight on the outside. So can Gavin get under the jab of Khan and close the range? Can he deal with Khans speed? I think Khan is overrated but I think Rees is made for him, he may well be a world champ at 21 after all, did you see the look on his dads face at ringisde a number of the rest of his team there looked smug as hell as well.
Willie was slower than Khan too and was slipping under Khan at times. Gav's shorter to find It easier to slip under Khan too. Khan cannot be speed reliant for long, without speed he would of lost to Willie.

Screw their smug ****s, they should be worried about his chin lay off tha ****iness.
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