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Old 06-08-2010, 08:56 PM   #16
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Lets take a look at how this could get made....

1. Choc wins next 3 fights including the interim title and forces a mandatory

2. Choc offers Cotto $2,000,000 plus world PPV rights to gome down under (choc gets gate to cover cost and aussie PPV)

Now for the fight....

Choc has massive height, weight and reach advantage....face facts

For some reason Foreman's jab was crap.....Mundine jab is so much better

Munndine would jab, counter and move for 12 rounds and this would make it a close fight

Do I think it will happen....history would say yes and no

YES

Choc fought Kessler after he lost to sacia and then watch sacia get pounded by kess....it took courage to take the kess fight after watching that

Choc fought Green

Bother these fights says choc will go the big fight against a puncher if the $$$$ risk reward are right

NO

Choc fights of late save Geale and Medley have been average to say the least

End of the day I hope we get to see this fight
Only you could make a Cotto v Mundine fight in two points.

I'l tell you why it wont happen using only one word.

1. Mundine.



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Old 06-08-2010, 09:57 PM   #17
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Old 06-08-2010, 10:27 PM   #18
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Lets take a look at how this could get made....

1. Choc wins next 3 fights including the interim title and forces a mandatory

2. Choc offers Cotto $2,000,000 plus world PPV rights to gome down under (choc gets gate to cover cost and aussie PPV)

Now for the fight....

Choc has massive height, weight and reach advantage....face facts

For some reason Foreman's jab was crap.....Mundine jab is so much better

Munndine would jab, counter and move for 12 rounds and this would make it a close fight

Do I think it will happen....history would say yes and no

YES

Choc fought Kessler after he lost to sacia and then watch sacia get pounded by kess....it took courage to take the kess fight after watching that

Choc fought Green

Bother these fights says choc will go the big fight against a puncher if the $$$$ risk reward are right

NO

Choc fights of late save Geale and Medley have been average to say the least

End of the day I hope we get to see this fight

Dont think there would be a huge height and reach advantage, 3.5 inches in height and 2.5 inches in reach, it aint all that much, choc would weigh more on fight night though BUT at what expense? Choc will be weak as water at that weight and he wouldnt be able to get cottos respect, cotto would walk forward all night and go to the body, i think cotto would win on sheer aggression on the cards, also depends on where the fight would be held.

Choc could nick it on points if he fights in his backyard.
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Old 06-08-2010, 11:19 PM   #19
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Lets take a look at how this could get made....

1. Choc wins next 3 fights including the interim title and forces a mandatory

2. Choc offers Cotto $2,000,000 plus world PPV rights to gome down under (choc gets gate to cover cost and aussie PPV)

Now for the fight....

Choc has massive height, weight and reach advantage....face facts

For some reason Foreman's jab was crap.....Mundine jab is so much better

Munndine would jab, counter and move for 12 rounds and this would make it a close fight

Do I think it will happen....history would say yes and no

YES

Choc fought Kessler after he lost to sacia and then watch sacia get pounded by kess....it took courage to take the kess fight after watching that

Choc fought Green

Bother these fights says choc will go the big fight against a puncher if the $$$$ risk reward are right

NO

Choc fights of late save Geale and Medley have been average to say the least

End of the day I hope we get to see this fight

Keep tugging away Ash and this is what you come up with:

Arum: Awesome ****ing win over Foreman Miguel! That puts you back on top! Next we can rematch Pacquaio or Margaritto or we can go with somebody new like Mayweather or Paul Williams.

Cotto: **** all those guys! They are nobodies! They are shit! I want the real pound for pound number one! The pioneer - Anthony "The Man" Mundine! That cat is a ****ing legend! I have no doubt he would kick my ass but what an honour it would be to share the ring with the man who was dropped by Crazy Kim and Yoshinori Nishizawa and was knocked out by Sven Ottke!

Arum: Your right Miguel! I cannot believe I did not think of The Pioneer. His record is mind blowing. Can you believe he not only went the distance with Rafael Pintos, Pablo Nievas and Alejandro Falliga but he actually beat them! Those Argie cabbies are tough hombres!

Cotto: Lets not forget his wins over Soon Botes! Man, to have Soon Botes' scalp on your resume says it all!

Arum: I can creaming my undies thinking about the pay per views we will get for this! **** Pac v Money, this is the fight that will save boxing! We will sell out the Garden in seconds!

Cotto: No! This fight demands to be Downunder! I am more than happy to surrender the home ground advantage at my beloved MSG to fight in the Whitlam Centre or the Wollongong Entertainment Centre! I hear they shit all over Cowboys Stadium!

Arum: OK Miguel! I will make it happen. Hopefully the 80 - 20 split in Mundine's favour will be satisfactory!

I had to break it to you deluded one but there is less than zero chance of this fight happening. Cotto said immediately after fthe Foreman fight he is only interested in "Big fights" and only in your sad world does a clash with Mundine fall into this category.

Even it did happen Mundine would not stand a chance! Cotto's chin, power, experience and corner would ensure that he has it all over The Pioneer whom would be gradually broken down and stopped in the championship rounds.

Keep dreaming Ash it is what you do best!
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Old 06-09-2010, 12:43 AM   #21
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Keep tugging away Ash and this is what you come up with:

Arum: Awesome ****ing win over Foreman Miguel! That puts you back on top! Next we can rematch Pacquaio or Margaritto or we can go with somebody new like Mayweather or Paul Williams.

Cotto: **** all those guys! They are nobodies! They are shit! I want the real pound for pound number one! The pioneer - Anthony "The Man" Mundine! That cat is a ****ing legend! I have no doubt he would kick my ass but what an honour it would be to share the ring with the man who was dropped by Crazy Kim and Yoshinori Nishizawa and was knocked out by Sven Ottke!

Arum: Your right Miguel! I cannot believe I did not think of The Pioneer. His record is mind blowing. Can you believe he not only went the distance with Rafael Pintos, Pablo Nievas and Alejandro Falliga but he actually beat them! Those Argie cabbies are tough hombres!

Cotto: Lets not forget his wins over Soon Botes! Man, to have Soon Botes' scalp on your resume says it all!

Arum: I can creaming my undies thinking about the pay per views we will get for this! **** Pac v Money, this is the fight that will save boxing! We will sell out the Garden in seconds!

Cotto: No! This fight demands to be Downunder! I am more than happy to surrender the home ground advantage at my beloved MSG to fight in the Whitlam Centre or the Wollongong Entertainment Centre! I hear they shit all over Cowboys Stadium!

Arum: OK Miguel! I will make it happen. Hopefully the 80 - 20 split in Mundine's favour will be satisfactory!

I had to break it to you deluded one but there is less than zero chance of this fight happening. Cotto said immediately after fthe Foreman fight he is only interested in "Big fights" and only in your sad world does a clash with Mundine fall into this category.

Even it did happen Mundine would not stand a chance! Cotto's chin, power, experience and corner would ensure that he has it all over The Pioneer whom would be gradually broken down and stopped in the championship rounds.

Keep dreaming Ash it is what you do best!


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Old 06-09-2010, 12:53 AM   #22
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There's no ****en way mandy would beat Cotto.................he wouldn't keep Cotto off him. The only way to beat Cotto is to get him going backwards & mandy couldn't backup a punching bag.
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Old 06-09-2010, 02:01 AM   #23
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there's no ****en way mandy would beat cotto.................he wouldn't keep cotto off him. The only way to beat cotto is to get him going backwards & mandy couldn't backup a punching bag.

lovemore gave cotto fits in his prime,mundine beats both guys easy on points maybe a ko against cotto his chin is not as tough < but choc definitely beats both on points,his speed is his main weapon ...
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Old 06-09-2010, 02:10 AM   #24
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Why are we event talking hypotheticals about a man who started at 168 and i am pretty sure cotto has fought as low as 135.

why buy the insanity
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lovemore gave cotto fits in his prime,mundine beats both guys easy on points maybe a ko against cotto his chin is not as tough < but choc definitely beats both on points,his speed is his main weapon ...
nomas, maybe you should change your name to no brains. Couple of things you need to digest:

1. Lovemore did not exactly give Cotto fits - my recollection is that essentially Cotto cruised to an easy UD including taking it out 117 - 111 on one card;
2. 2004 pre prime Cotto, prime Cotto was 2007 when he was taking out the likes of Mosley and Judah and riding high in the P4P rankings;
3. Cotto's chin not tough? Your ****ing kidding! Clearly you never saw his losses to Margo or Pac. Sure, he was TKO'd in both but I don't know of too many current boxers who could withstand the sort of punishment he did before bowing out. Do you think your boyfried could have stood up to those bombs, I doubt it ****wad; and
4. Cotto handled the speed of Mosley and Foreman and what makes you think Mundine has it on those guys in the speed department. Sure, he struggled against Pac's speed from rounds 6 onwards but who the hell doesn't?;

If you really think Mundine beats Cotto easily than you are dumber than I already suspect you are and that is saying something!

If you want to expand your limited boxing knowledge you may want to broaden your viewing beyond watching Mundine try to knock out Argie cabbies with 21 - 7 records!

You really are a dopey twat!
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Old 06-09-2010, 03:26 AM   #26
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Keep tugging away Ash and this is what you come up with:

Arum: Awesome ****ing win over Foreman Miguel! That puts you back on top! Next we can rematch Pacquaio or Margaritto or we can go with somebody new like Mayweather or Paul Williams.

Cotto: **** all those guys! They are nobodies! They are shit! I want the real pound for pound number one! The pioneer - Anthony "The Man" Mundine! That cat is a ****ing legend! I have no doubt he would kick my ass but what an honour it would be to share the ring with the man who was dropped by Crazy Kim and Yoshinori Nishizawa and was knocked out by Sven Ottke!

Arum: Your right Miguel! I cannot believe I did not think of The Pioneer. His record is mind blowing. Can you believe he not only went the distance with Rafael Pintos, Pablo Nievas and Alejandro Falliga but he actually beat them! Those Argie cabbies are tough hombres!

Cotto: Lets not forget his wins over Soon Botes! Man, to have Soon Botes' scalp on your resume says it all!

Arum: I can creaming my undies thinking about the pay per views we will get for this! **** Pac v Money, this is the fight that will save boxing! We will sell out the Garden in seconds!

Cotto: No! This fight demands to be Downunder! I am more than happy to surrender the home ground advantage at my beloved MSG to fight in the Whitlam Centre or the Wollongong Entertainment Centre! I hear they shit all over Cowboys Stadium!

Arum: OK Miguel! I will make it happen. Hopefully the 80 - 20 split in Mundine's favour will be satisfactory!

I had to break it to you deluded one but there is less than zero chance of this fight happening. Cotto said immediately after fthe Foreman fight he is only interested in "Big fights" and only in your sad world does a clash with Mundine fall into this category.

Even it did happen Mundine would not stand a chance! Cotto's chin, power, experience and corner would ensure that he has it all over The Pioneer whom would be gradually broken down and stopped in the championship rounds.

Keep dreaming Ash it is what you do best!
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Who the **** has Mundine ever beat that is in the class of Cotto?

Who the **** has Mundine ever beat that is in the class of Cotto?

Who the **** has Mundine ever beat that is in the class of Cotto?

Who the **** has Mundine ever beat that is in the class of Cotto?

Who the **** has Mundine ever beat that is in the class of Cotto?

Who the **** has Mundine ever beat that is in the class of Cotto?

Who the **** has Mundine ever beat that is in the class of Cotto?

Who the **** has Mundine ever beat that is in the class of Cotto?

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Keep tugging away Ash and this is what you come up with:

Arum: Awesome ****ing win over Foreman Miguel! That puts you back on top! Next we can rematch Pacquaio or Margaritto or we can go with somebody new like Mayweather or Paul Williams.

Cotto: **** all those guys! They are nobodies! They are shit! I want the real pound for pound number one! The pioneer - Anthony "The Man" Mundine! That cat is a ****ing legend! I have no doubt he would kick my ass but what an honour it would be to share the ring with the man who was dropped by Crazy Kim and Yoshinori Nishizawa and was knocked out by Sven Ottke!

Arum: Your right Miguel! I cannot believe I did not think of The Pioneer. His record is mind blowing. Can you believe he not only went the distance with Rafael Pintos, Pablo Nievas and Alejandro Falliga but he actually beat them! Those Argie cabbies are tough hombres!

Cotto: Lets not forget his wins over Soon Botes! Man, to have Soon Botes' scalp on your resume says it all!

Arum: I can creaming my undies thinking about the pay per views we will get for this! **** Pac v Money, this is the fight that will save boxing! We will sell out the Garden in seconds!

Cotto: No! This fight demands to be Downunder! I am more than happy to surrender the home ground advantage at my beloved MSG to fight in the Whitlam Centre or the Wollongong Entertainment Centre! I hear they shit all over Cowboys Stadium!

Arum: OK Miguel! I will make it happen. Hopefully the 80 - 20 split in Mundine's favour will be satisfactory!

I had to break it to you deluded one but there is less than zero chance of this fight happening. Cotto said immediately after fthe Foreman fight he is only interested in "Big fights" and only in your sad world does a clash with Mundine fall into this category.

Even it did happen Mundine would not stand a chance! Cotto's chin, power, experience and corner would ensure that he has it all over The Pioneer whom would be gradually broken down and stopped in the championship rounds.

Keep dreaming Ash it is what you do best!
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nomas, maybe you should change your name to no brains. Couple of things you need to digest:

1. Lovemore did not exactly give cotto fits - my recollection is that essentially cotto cruised to an easy ud including taking it out 117 - 111 on one card;
2. 2004 pre prime cotto, prime cotto was 2007 when he was taking out the likes of mosley and judah and riding high in the p4p rankings;
3. Cotto's chin not tough? Your ****ing kidding! Clearly you never saw his losses to margo or pac. Sure, he was tko'd in both but i don't know of too many current boxers who could withstand the sort of punishment he did before bowing out. Do you think your boyfried could have stood up to those bombs, i doubt it ****wad; and
4. Cotto handled the speed of mosley and foreman and what makes you think mundine has it on those guys in the speed department. Sure, he struggled against pac's speed from rounds 6 onwards but who the hell doesn't?;

if you really think mundine beats cotto easily than you are dumber than i already suspect you are and that is saying something!

If you want to expand your limited boxing knowledge you may want to broaden your viewing beyond watching mundine try to knock out argie cabbies with 21 - 7 records!

You really are a dopey twat!
you dont like de man must of hit a nerve a ****wit
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