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Old 09-09-2007, 03:17 AM   #31
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Not a robbery, and people look too far into Compubox, but I still scored the bout for De La Hoya.
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Old 09-09-2007, 08:34 AM   #32
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7 rds to 5 for Mosley what fight were u watching?
The same fight the judges were watching. When the judges don't give a fight to DLH, you can be pretty sure he lost.
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:09 AM   #33
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Mosley won no doubt
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Old 09-09-2007, 09:46 AM   #34
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Hoya was doing OK for a few rounds, then did his usual and faded badly. Mosley deserved the win in the end, and had Hoya stooping over like an old granny after landing body shots.
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Old 09-09-2007, 11:11 AM   #35
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As good as Mosley's body punches were he didn't throw enough punches in the whole fight to deserve the nod !!How anyone can win a fight throwing ten punches a round because they were more "effective "is nonesense !! Oscar landed aboust as much if not more punches as was just as effective !
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Old 09-09-2007, 02:51 PM   #36
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Close fight that was tough to score for sure! Judges say Mosely won. He was definitely landing the much harder punches and inflicting more damage. Oscar was flashier with the jabs and flurries for the crowd. I think Mosely was starting to believe that they were falling for it. He looked a little discouraged there. But damn! Mosely was beating the crap out of him! Oscar was a round or two away from goin down. 15 Rounds = Mosely KO's Oscar.
I don't understand when people call it a robbery. It was a close fight. Judges said Mosely won.

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Old 09-09-2007, 03:15 PM   #37
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No doubt Oscar won this fight. Just look at Sugar's reaction to the decision. He was already thinking about how to get a third fight. De La Hoya was cleary more agressive in this fight. Check out [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] for boxing news, predictions, and pound-for-pound rankings.
yeah oscar won that fight and even mosley and his corner new it, how ne one see mosley win is ok but clear win is very absurd, on top of it the supposed power punch are a HUGE joke, of course mosley landed some hard shots, but FAR from what some of u are saying.
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Old 09-09-2007, 03:15 PM   #38
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I thought DLH won the fight, but: it was close, I did not have the same perspective that the judges had, the judges did not hear the same commentary that I heard, and the judges and I most likely have different biases. Given that, any fight that is won by 1-2 rounds could really go either way.
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Old 09-09-2007, 03:24 PM   #39
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The prob here is some ppl seem to think were talking about their first fight where oscar did good for the first 6 rounds but kinda gased out after, were talking about the second were he was dominating(not necessarly but winning most of these rounds if not all) for 8 rounds and after that shane came strong but lost 1 of the 3 If I remember correctly,

First fight clear win for mosley
Second fight clear win for Hoya
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Old 09-09-2007, 04:38 PM   #40
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His dad also said he thoght Shane needed a KO since they did not believe they could win a close decision in Vegas v DLH. I don't need to go back, I heard what his dad said.

Like I said, it's pretty split between who people thought won. Fans thought DLH won, judges and those at ringside had Shane winning. And I guess it also matters what people judge by. More punches landed vs. the harder punches.

The Vegas location was not a factor.

Oscar lost a close decision to Tito there not long before.

Dad Mosley was concerned because HE THOUGHT Shane was losing the fight (and he was).

Watch Shane's look of surprise when the decision is announced.
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Old 09-09-2007, 04:47 PM   #41
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He thought, as I did, that Shane was gonna get robbed.
Jack !

Church is out aready?

You must be in a different time zone from me ( or maybe you didn't go today?)

Anyway, good to see you bring some of your 'man-lovin' imagery to the board.
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...a lip-lock on the tip of DLH's penis ...
Why would Jack think his son was gonna be robbed when he knew that Oscar had been robbed in Vegas a short time before?

And why did Shane look so relieved, surprised and happy at the decision ?

Fight was close (as was first fight). No robbery here, but most believe Oscar won the fight (including Shane ! )
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Old 09-09-2007, 04:56 PM   #42
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The prob here is some ppl seem to think were talking about their first fight where oscar did good for the first 6 rounds but kinda gased out after, were talking about the second were he was dominating(not necessarly but winning most of these rounds if not all) for 8 rounds and after that shane came strong but lost 1 of the 3 If I remember correctly,

First fight clear win for mosley
Second fight clear win for Hoya
First fight:
Everyone agrees SHane won (the SPLIT D was BS though)...

Second fight:
Fans @ home think DLH won...
People in boxing see Shane winning...FACT
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Old 09-09-2007, 04:59 PM   #43
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The Vegas location was not a factor.

Oscar lost a close decision to Tito there not long before.

Dad Mosley was concerned because HE THOUGHT Shane was losing the fight (and he was).

Watch Shane's look of surprise when the decision is announced.
Easy for you to say. DLH's gotten his share of nods on close fights.

You have NO CLUE was his dad thought. None, so please don't try to use that as some fact. What is a fact is they thought they needed to win big to get a decision or get a KO, as his dad clearly stated.

So what he was surprised. It was a close fight. You are trying to put YOUR MEANING behind it.
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Old 09-09-2007, 05:00 PM   #44
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yeah oscar won that fight and even mosley and his corner new it, how ne one see mosley win is ok but clear win is very absurd, on top of it the supposed power punch are a HUGE joke, of course mosley landed some hard shots, but FAR from what some of u are saying.
Really? Did they tell you, or is this just your assumption?
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Old 09-09-2007, 05:12 PM   #45
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Easy for you to say. DLH's gotten his share of nods on close fights.

You have NO CLUE was his dad thought.
None, so please don't try to use that as some fact.

Actually I do. In the same way I have a fair clue ast what you think. I read your post. While that doesn't guarantee that I'll know what you're thinking, it certainly provides some clue. In like fashion, by listening to his words, I DO have some clue as to what Mosley senior was thinking. And based on what he said, my take is that he felt his son was trailing, late in the fight.


What is a fact is they thought they needed to win big to get a decision or get a KO, as his dad clearly stated.

We're both agreed an that part. We just interpret differently, WHY his dad thought so. The fairly blatant robbery Delahoya suffered earlier in Vegas weakens your interpretation of the why.

So what he was surprised. It was a close fight. You are trying to put YOUR MEANING behind it.

I'm putting the most likely meaning on it that leaps to most minds.
Close fight or not, surprise at the decision means just that. Surprise.
By the definition of the word, that would appear to indicate Shane thought he had NOT won.
We don't know any of this with certainty, but, based on the evidence, we can assess the probabilities.
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