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Old 06-30-2010, 09:12 PM   #346
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Note how ash avoids answering CHBs question


He asked my take on the fight....I said I missed most of it
He asked me about fighting Money.....I said no change

Put your glasses on mate....I answered both questions
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Old 06-30-2010, 09:51 PM   #347
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He asked my take on the fight....I said I missed most of it
He asked me about fighting Money.....I said no change

Put your glasses on mate....I answered both questions
You're a slimy, dodging, shit-eating, lying cunt
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Old 06-30-2010, 10:37 PM   #348
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Mundine defeats Jerez

c/o Brickhaust at Left Hook .com

This morning in Brisbane, Australia, Anthony Mundine won a wide decision over Argentinian Carlos Adan Jerez. The official scores were 118-110, 118-110 and 120-109. For the most part, Mundine controlled the fight with his jab, outlasting Jerez to an unexciting and uneventful decision.

While the scores were wide, Mundine looked weak at his new weight of junior middleweight, and controlled the outside to earn a boring decision rather than going in for the kill. To his credit, Jerez has only been knocked out twice in 13 losses; still, Jerez fought the vast majority of his career at welterweight or lower, dipping as low as lightweight at one point, while Mundine had fought his entire career at middleweight or higher. Still, Jerez clearly won a couple of rounds in the few times when he got aggressive.

This was not a fight where Mundine should have struggled for even a minute. Jerez didn't win a round against Saul Alvarez. He didn't win a round against Lucas Matthysse. He didn't win a round against Sebastian Lujan, and was eventually knocked out by Lujan. On top of it, Jerez was mostly looking to counterpunch, not a good formula when you're slower than your opponent and giving up at least six inches of reach. Even with these advantages, Mundine had some problems pulling the trigger, and even appeared to get knocked down in the 12th round, although it was ruled a slip.

There are quite a few options next for Mundine. The WBA has him ranked at #2 in the light middleweight division, so he might have a title eliminator with Margarito forthcoming. A win over Margarito would help put Mundine on the path he's been yammering about, and would put him in line to fight Miguel Cotto for a title.

Based on how he looked tonight, his better move might be to move back to middleweight where he has more energy. Then again, based on what Mundine has actually done since beating Danny Green four years ago, he'll probably just talk a big talk while importing unknown fighters who present no style challenge, fighting on Australian pay per view because just enough people buy the cards to make it worth his while.
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Old 06-30-2010, 11:00 PM   #349
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No chance he can fight Money....unless he wins the 154 title against a big name fighter then hes got 10% chance

I didnt see much of the Mundine fight so I will need to look at the footage to tell you anything

Mate, seriously,, you must doing it tough right now.
You went to the fight to watch a fighter you have put on a pedastal & You "didn't see much of the Mundine fight??"
I can draw two assumptions from this, that's if you really did go to the show or that you were'nt called away in an emergency.
1. That the vibe from the evolving show & the shit beginning to stick on you, created some reality.
Or
2. You left early & went & got pissed & pissed off.


I've seen similar charade's of this type before, but they were well intended, but,, they weren't Televised, let alone PPV.

I am completely & utterly bewildered at the level of ignorance to the historical repercussions that these Rafferty rules affairs that go on with the endorsement of Queensland officials.

NSW & Qld have always had a healthy rivalry, but what is going on up there is not healthy, & it's not rivalry.
They have reduced main event boxing to a quasi-regulated day-to-day rule-to-rule shambles. As well as present the ANBF as a bunch of toothless chooks over-riding any decision they don't like.

Are they trying to drive us all to UFC so they can liquidate ANBF assetts & spend the rest of their lives pointing the finger at each other. Or are they copping a backhander from the AMA?
They are killing the game. There's no ****ing doubt about that!!

Right across the board, it's a ****en disgrace.
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Old 06-30-2010, 11:07 PM   #350
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Gotta agree wholehartedly with you Rodin.

How the hell a fighter can solidify a high ranking, as Mundine did last night, from weighing-in on his own scales and beating an 85th ranked cabbie, is fu_ken bewildering!

...and as for (in)competence demonstrated by the officials - FFS!
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