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Old 10-12-2007, 05:49 AM   #31
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You are the "Buttplug" guy......good argument
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Old 10-12-2007, 05:54 AM   #32
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IM a brit but regardless of were you come from if your a true fan of boxing and not just certain fighters you can not argue jc is good just look at the lacy fight. but i would agree his record is not what you could call real p4p quality I would have to say hes beat good fighters but not any real greats . To be fair I think there are 3 reasons

1 Frank ****** does not want to lose his cash cow
2 jc will not leave the uk to fight
3 The big name us fighters will not leave the us
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Old 10-12-2007, 06:00 AM   #33
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IM a brit but regardless of were you come from if your a true fan of boxing and not just certain fighters you can not argue jc is good just look at the lacy fight. but i would agree his record is not what you could call real p4p quality I would have to say hes beat good fighters but not any real greats . To be fair I think there are 3 reasons

1 Frank ****** does not want to lose his cash cow

The cash cow could leave, unless he has the brain of a cow.

2 jc will not leave the uk to fight

How great will you become then ? how much admiration should you receive for that kind off cowardice.

3 The big name us fighters will not leave the us
Go to the ****ing US of A. That where the money and fame is. You can be famous in Europe and unknown in the US, but you cant be famous in the US and unknown in Europe. Fact.
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Old 10-12-2007, 06:03 AM   #34
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Ses vi i wales 3 Nov.????

Nej jeg nyder kampen på min Selector og gambler resten på KO rd. 6, men rigtig god tur.
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Old 10-12-2007, 06:10 AM   #35
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You are the "Buttplug" guy......good argument
seriously, we've heard all there is to hear on calzaghes resume, time, and time, and time again, it's starting to reach lewis-vitali levels of tedium.

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Old 10-12-2007, 06:34 AM   #36
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Bitch.....whoooaaa......exciting "buttplug".

Maybe "yesIhavearm" can assist you to reach the next level on your internal explorations.

Ahhh...Sorry....you need "chinaHANDFISTjoe" first. Like they say "there is always room for one more".

Anyway tranvestism and transgender games does not comply well with my ***ual appetites.
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Old 10-12-2007, 06:38 AM   #37
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uhhhhhhh yeah, thanks for sharing that with us.
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Old 10-12-2007, 06:58 AM   #38
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[quote=fluxstuff]I'm getting really bored of you now.

Mikkel IS his greatest challenge. Young, good and hungry.

Joe has fought many good fighters.

Let's look at the casual attitude you have towards Joe's earnings - if you were going to get punched in the head by men weighing 12 stone, would you not want to be suitably compensated for the trouble?

the fact is: it's a short career, it's a dangerous one, you make the decision based on what you need.

Incidentally, Joe did take a lower payday for Lacy - he was willing.

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If you are feeling annoyed by me or my arguments, why do you qoute me and don't answer the qoutesd text, but ask the question I answered in the qouted text.

My opinion of Joe is rather high. pErsonally and professionally. Even if I am pissed at him at times and for wasting 10 years ****ing around in his little pissy pool instead of ruling the ocean..

If you do have the gift. You have the responsibilty for maximising it. Joe dident.

Ottke is the first and most obvious one he should have chased and marred daily unrelentig until he fought him. Like Kessler has done with Joe himself. Give up hometurf, give a discount to Ottke. Beat him. Strip him of WBA/WBC/RING add your WBO and go for the IBF and then humiliate and expose any american that had the guts to give a peeeep.

He should have gone stateside and cleaned up the mess of the aphabets and loudmouths.

He should have fought any boxer calling himself worldchamp of SMW. Thats who he should have fought. Not waited till Lacy came around and chased him.

The way I remember it, Lacy had a hard time landing the fight against Joe. Maybe Joe took a paycut, but Lacy gave up hometurf.

Mikkel gives up hometurf. He takes a paycut. He does anything to get the fight, because he has true ambition and is CONVINCED he is the best, or he will die trying to prove that.

Lacy avoided Kessler actively. Remember Kesslers open letter to Lacy.


I still fail to understand your point in qouting me partly and then ignore what you just qouted.

Joe could have followed Hattons example. He dident. He followed and imitated Sven Ottkes career in the way they handpick opponents and avoid thrue mandatories.
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Old 10-12-2007, 07:00 AM   #39
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Lets try in Danish, tak skal du ha'

that is danish

sounds like a donkey taking a shit
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Old 10-12-2007, 07:04 AM   #40
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The rest of your stuff is subjective at best, but this part I've quoted...

Man, that is delusional.

Ottke and Beyer did everything they could to avoid the fight.

The others... well...

Mundine had lost to Siaca who had lost to Kessler. What's the appeal?

Mundine lost to Kessler as well.

Lucas and Green? What a joke. Green got hammered by Mundine and, since Joe's going to hammer Kessler, it's pretty obvious how that would play out.

Lucas... gimme a ****ing break.

Joe fought Eubank, Reid, Starie, Brewer, Sheika, Veit and Woodhall.

Remind of who Kessler's big wins are against?
...since he became champ:
mundine, mandatory, top 5 ranked by the ring ect. fought down under!
eric lucas, former world champ, at the time in the top 7 ranked by ring(cant remember if he were mandatory)
marcus beyer, WBC champ , top 3 ranked by the ring.
librado andrade, undefeated mandatory, top 5 ranked by the ring.
and now hes going to fight calzaghe in his backyard!
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Old 10-12-2007, 07:21 AM   #41
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that is danish

sounds like a donkey taking a shit
Well if you hear any sounds, it must be because you are more ****ed up than your avatar.

Letters makes no sound on their own. Idiots do on the other hand.

It seems your linguistic skills does not suffice to pronounce foreign languages. Anyway it appears that your ass and your mouth gives passage to the same commodities. Maybe your brain is leaking from intense exhaustion.
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Old 10-12-2007, 07:24 AM   #42
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Well if you hear any sounds, it must be because you are more ****ed up than your avatar.

Letters makes no sound on their own. Idiots do on the other hand.

It seems your linguistic skills does not suffice to pronounce foreign languages. Anyway it appears that your ass and your mouth gives passage to the same commodities. Maybe your brain is leaking from intense exhaustion.
and your mom sucks donkey dicks
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Old 10-12-2007, 07:24 AM   #43
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...since he became champ:
mundine, mandatory, top 5 ranked by the ring ect. fought down under!
eric lucas, former world champ, at the time in the top 7 ranked by ring(cant remember if he were mandatory)
marcus beyer, WBC champ , top 3 ranked by the ring.
librado andrade, undefeated mandatory, top 5 ranked by the ring.
and now hes going to fight calzaghe in his backyard!
You can't compare those guys to Ashira, Manfredo, Bika. Can you.
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Old 10-12-2007, 07:32 AM   #44
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and your mom sucks donkey dicks
How do you know.

Ahhh.... you learned from watching your own mom and sister, naturally.

But, you see, different countries different costums. You may have been tought that it is a common thing to do in your countryl, but we don't tend to **** og get ****ed by our domestic animals over here. We find it revolting and obscene.

But i gives a perfect explanation to your behavior. Wonder what kind of an animal your mother ****ed to get something as eloquent as you.

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Old 10-12-2007, 07:34 AM   #45
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How do you know.

Ahhh.... you learned from watching your own mom and sister, naturally.

But, you see, different countries different costums. You may have been tought that it is a common thing to do in your countryl, but we don't tend to **** og get ****ed by our domestic animals over here. We find it revolting and obscene.

But i gives a perfect explanation to your behavior. Wonder what kind of an animal your mother ****ed to get something as eloquent as you.
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