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Old 08-23-2008, 05:10 AM   #1
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Anyone else read the atricle in Boxing News this week.

I thought it was a superb read and allowed ****** an oppertunity to answer his critics in a constructive way.

I have long been skathing of ******s and Sports Networks tactics regarding the way they bring along their fighters but the I have to give the guy massive credit, he knows how to run a business and his success is testimony to his hard work and dedication.

What is quite clear is the fighters themselves have had much input on the direction in which british boxing -as a sport had developed. I am frustrated with the way things have gone with British boxing as a whole but how much of it is down to ******? And how much of it is down to his fighters?

I think ****** has the power to take boxing back to its glory days but the fighters have to want it as well and tbh I don't think that is the case with a lot of them.

Thoughts anyone?
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Old 08-23-2008, 05:14 AM   #2
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Maccarenelli V Haye was a ambitious fight for Sports Network to make

their man going into the fight as a underdog

defeninetly a step in the right direction

however the way it went for the Sports NEtwork fightr that night they might not be too keen to make such a ambtious fight for one of their champions again any time soon
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Old 08-23-2008, 05:51 AM   #3
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Obviously Frank ****** is going to get alot of stick just about all the time. Usually I agree with the criticism but I doubt any one could claim that he has not done alot for Boxing, in Britain and over sea's. I have not read the article yet due to the post not arriving.
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