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Old 04-06-2010, 04:05 PM   #46
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Originally Posted by harvinmagler View Post
also, i wonder if he speaks like that all the time, he should realise he's just an interviewer, not a ring announcer
Exactly, he talks like a fool.
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Old 04-06-2010, 05:25 PM   #47
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Saying he was the fastest heavyweight since Ali did it for me.
Watt didn't say anything close to that...Darke said that "Haye was one of the fastest heavyweights since Ali" (which is undoubtedly true)...if you are going to criticise then get your quotes right and attribute them to the correct person
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Old 04-06-2010, 08:17 PM   #48
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Originally Posted by threethirteen View Post
I love how you twist the facts for your own agenda. That's not it at all, Darke merely pointed out that throwing means nothing if you aren't landing - which was all Valuev was doing. Haye landed more shots, better shots and controlled the fight.

Watt had decided on the preview show that Haye was going to lose because he'd be out swinging wild, and he seemed disappointed that Haye was being sensible. His commentary was shamefully simplistic, giving rounds to Valuev just because he was walking forwards and ignoring Haye's work almost entirely.

Watt received heavy criticism for being so negative, so he's trying to redress the balance and, let's be honest, Haye did give a good show on Saturday.

Anyway, you've had enough fire when Cook thrashed Arthur, whining that Watt had sold him out when, for once, he told it like it was.
Oh the irony. Tell Dunky off about agendaism & then finish me off with a good bit of agendaism

'He is nothing but a harlot. He walks to whatever tune is played' (big respect to anyone who can tell me what british boxer used that quote to slay a rival back in the 1990's)
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