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Old 05-24-2008, 07:51 AM   #1
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is the main event?

Thanks in advance...

And is anyone doing a R by R?

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Old 05-24-2008, 07:54 AM   #2
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The card starts at 7:30
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Old 05-24-2008, 08:00 AM   #3
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The card starts at 7:30
OK.... That's 4.30am our time

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Old 05-24-2008, 08:08 AM   #4
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9:30pm GMT for the main event I think. Polsat EPG shows coverage staring at 8pm and finishing 11 pm, but they pad their shows out by showing old Golotta fights.
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So about 10.30pm british time for the main event. Malignaggi-Ndou will probarbly be start between 9-9.30pm.
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No I changed the Polsat EPG time to GMT. So they have their coverage 8pm GMT till 11pm GMT.

They tend to have a long build up. The David Haye Enzo fight coverage started at 10pm on Polsat and consisted of old men (and I think it Adamek) talking for hours and lots of Golotta fights.
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Old 05-24-2008, 09:01 AM   #7
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No I changed the Polsat EPG time to GMT. So they have their coverage 8pm GMT till 11pm GMT.

They tend to have a long build up. The David Haye Enzo fight coverage started at 10pm on Polsat and consisted of old men (and I think it Adamek) talking for hours and lots of Golotta fights.
But we're one hour ahead of GMT atm. It's summer time
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But we're one hour ahead of GMT atm. It's summer time
OK if you want to get into semantics. BST (GMT+1).

The poles are 1 hour ahead of us. So GMT+2.

The times I gave are BST (GMT+1).

Totally off track but did the kids at school used to call you ishy - fishy. We had a kid at school called ishy and we used to call him ishy-fishy.
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OK if you want to get into semantics. BST (GMT+1).

The poles are 1 hour ahead of us. So GMT+2.

The times I gave are BST (GMT+1).
OK, my bad
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