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Old 04-05-2013, 12:04 AM   #46
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Taylor was clearly distracted by Duva's flapping jowls. It must have been like gazing upon a disgustingly obese turkey ready for the slaughter.
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Old 04-05-2013, 12:06 AM   #47
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Damn you Sal. Must I change my sig again?
How could you blame Taylor? He saw visions of turkey sandwiches, turkey a' la king, turkey soup.............it would have lasted WEEKS.
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Old 04-05-2013, 12:13 AM   #48
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How could you blame Taylor? He saw visions of turkey sandwiches, turkey a' la king, turkey soup.............it would have lasted WEEKS.
To this day Thanksgiving brings Vietnam flashbacks.
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To this day Thanksgiving brings Vietnam flashbacks.
Napalm? Agent orange?


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I say again.. this cannot be his best performance. One where that is seeing him badly outboxed can never be your best imo.
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This just is true though.. Steele say WAY more punches bouncing of Chavez face than he did Taylor's.. In fact, the number isn't even close to the same. Chavez was being outclassed.. outworked and outfought the entire fight. He was on his way to losing a LOPSIDED UD... I wish people who stop acting like Chavez was punishing Taylor the whole fight and it was one sided in favor of Chavez and thus the stoppage justified.. this coulndn't be further from the truth. The only thing lopsided was the score between the two
If Chavez was so "outclassed" how come Taylor was in hospital for 2 weeks after the fight?
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