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Old 05-13-2012, 05:29 PM   #5251
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Oh, and what a coincedence, I sorted my laptop out today and uploaded an incredible war. Truly. Skill, power, heart, drama, exchanges, it has everything. Enjoy

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Old 05-14-2012, 01:31 AM   #5252
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Genius at work.

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Old 05-14-2012, 03:42 AM   #5253
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Any Kingpetch fans? You might not have seen this

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Old 05-14-2012, 04:37 AM   #5254
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Not a typo BTW.
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Old 05-14-2012, 05:06 AM   #5256
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That's where/who he worked for before he turned pro', typical Thai sponsor stuff
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Old 05-14-2012, 05:46 AM   #5257
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You're a n00b in general Nice avatar, watch some Howard Winstone ya' pleb
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Old 05-14-2012, 06:21 AM   #5258
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You're the noob, get ****ed. Gatti and Ward are club fighters. You don't even know who Netrnoi Sor Vorasingh, Venice Bus Station and Saensak Muangsurin are so don't come in trying to act cool with Somsak.

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Espada Vs Gonzalez
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Chang Vs Tokashiki

Shit all over those fights.
Gatti ain't a club fighter - he dead.
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Old 05-14-2012, 06:23 AM   #5259
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...and FYI - I watched Beowulf the other day, so
Beowulf is awful. Bought it for £3 in an HMV sale and still felt ripped off. Couldn't return it just because it was shit so I made a point of leaving it on the train one day. Hopefully the sod that found it enjoyed it, as I don't want it back.
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Old 05-14-2012, 08:31 AM   #5261
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Beowulf is awful. Bought it for £3 in an HMV sale and still felt ripped off. Couldn't return it just because it was shit so I made a point of leaving it on the train one day. Hopefully the sod that found it enjoyed it, as I don't want it back.
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Old 05-16-2012, 07:47 PM   #5262
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Just watched Mayweather-Cotto again, too pissed to really call it the first time.

8-4 Mayweather, had it 3-3 at round 6, gave Cotto one round, think it was the 7th/8th. Despite giving Cotto 4 rounds, I thought only 2 of them were sure fires and didn't think it was as competitive as I thought it was going to be. Cotto's jab was his best weapon, was shocked he didn't go to the body more earlier in the fight, but I think if Mayweather had stayed off the ropes and fought on the outside he would of pitched a whitewash or close to it. I love Mayweather and even I was oohing and ahhing at his defense throughout the fight but Cowboy Bob barely gave Cotto anything in that fight, despite bloodying his nose and having good spurts throughout the fight he just kept saying "but its not hitting him!" for everything. Well Bob, something obviously is considering his nose is bloody and he's marked up. At least call the jabs he's landing.

Good fight.

Also, couldn't believe how quickly Mayweather found his money punch against Cotto, the right hand over and over again, and it wasn't his pull counter straight, it was a looping right hook that kept landing over and over again because Cotto's defense wasn't tucked up enough.
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Old 05-26-2012, 08:36 AM   #5263
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I've been watching quite a few fights over the last two days:

Arce vs Hussein I - absolute war, although Arce was having the better of it most of the time. Support for him was amazing, thanks to the large contingent of Mexicans there for Morales vs Pacquiao - you rarely hear that kind of noise for a PPV undercard fight.

Arce vs Hussein II - not as entertaining as the first one, obviously, but Arce showed his class. Big difference in sound as Judah vs Mayweather was the main event.

Corrales vs Castillo II - another war, one-sided in terms of rounds for Castillo, but both landed a lot in the four rounds.

Arce vs Álvarez - another good Arce fight (quite a few of these ). Last two fights had a guy missing the weight limit by a mile, luckily it didn't affect Arce too much.

Freitas vs Corrales - I only knew the result and the close-ish scorecards before I watched this, I was surprised by how much Freitas dominated the first six rounds. He was expending a lot of energy with his power shots, but he was winning the rounds (I had it 5-1 after six) and dishing out a lot of punishment, before Corrales caught up in the eighth round with the first knockdown. The quitting was understandable I suppose, it was only going to get worse.

EDIT: Just watched Freitas vs Ramírez - oh, that was a beuatiful little fight.

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Old 06-05-2012, 06:50 PM   #5264
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de la Hoya vs Trinidad- Thought de la Hoya boxed superbly throughout the first 9 rounds, made a very good fighter like Trinidad look like something of a novice at times and to be honest it's easy to see why he decided it was a good idea to get on his bike in the last 3 rounds as he looked in complete control at that fight and didn't want to take any chances. Absolutely shocking decision, almost Pacquiao-Marquez 3 levels of bad and Roth's scorecard makes absolutely no sense at all, having Tito 3-1 after 4 rounds and giving Oscar the 12th when he did absolutely nothing.

Vargas vs Quartey- An absolutely terrific fight and one of my personal favourites, not a war as such but excellent from a technical point of view with a lot of hard punches landed throughout the fight. As much as I liked Vargas you can't help wondering if he was on steroids already at that time, Lampley remarked at the start of the fight that Vargas looked bigger than usual and considering the kind of fight it was his levels of activity was insanely high.
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Old 06-05-2012, 07:14 PM   #5265
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Recently I watched Freitas vs Oliveira (POPÓOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!) and Díaz vs Campbell. The latter was a fantastic fight, although Díaz fell apart in the last third of the fight, just in terms of sheer volume (especially the first two rounds), a truly entertaining fight.
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