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Old 10-26-2007, 12:46 PM   #46
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Even if it is accurate, hes fought nobody. I don't think you'd fix a boxers record and make it so...average?
no, no, not fixed, inaccurate or incomplete - especially with fighters from asia etc...
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Old 10-26-2007, 12:52 PM   #47
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"But I have to overcome these type of challenges if I'm to cement my position as the best cruiserweight in the world.
yeah..said the same kind of thing to build up sellers. he has to face these kind of challenges to prove he's the best cw in the world etc

soundbites to fool people who know **** all about boxing
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Old 10-26-2007, 01:09 PM   #48
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from setanta . com, macca believes rivals "running scared"...

Enzo Maccarinelli believes that he is becoming a victim of his own success.

The WBO cruiserweight champion is poised to defend his belt against Mohamed Azzaoui on the undercard for Joe Calzaghe's super-middleweight title unification fight with Mikkel Kessler in Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on November 3.

Setantasports.com understands that Azzaoui has agreed to act as a late replacement for Ezra Sellers, who was prevented from tackling Maccarinelli because the British Boxing Board of control did not deem him worthy of a title shot.

Some would argue that Azzaoui is not worthy of a title shot either but needs must for Maccarinelli, who saw IBF champion Steve Cunningham, the undefeated Dane Johnny Jensen and the experienced American Rob Calloway all reject offers to fight him in Cardiff.

The Welshman has been left somewhat bewildered by his rivals’ unwillingness to get into the ring with him, but he believes that they are all running scared after witnessing his impressive win over Wayne Braithwaite last time out.

"Calloway wouldn't take up the offer, and that is disappointing because I am offering him a crack at the world title," he is quoted as saying in the South Wales Echo.

"He has a good record and he has only lost to guys who are heavyweights.

"But that is history now and I just think that people have seen me differently since I beat Wayne Braithwaite.

"They saw a different dimension to my boxing because before that they saw me as a puncher.

"Now they are aware that I can really box. I am not the finished article yet, but people realise what I am capable of.

"People want stupid money just to fight me now."

However, Maccarinelli still believes that the mega fights are just around the corner and he is very open to the idea of fighting the loud-mouthed American, Dernell ‘Ding-A-Ling Man’ Wilson.

"I am looking for a possible unification fight, probably with Steve Cunningham," he explained.

"Then there is either Mormeck or Haye in the pipeline, so there are some good fights around down the line.

"As for the Ding-A-Ling Man, I do rate him and he is strong and dangerous. But then again, there are plenty of those kind of boxers out there."
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Old 10-26-2007, 01:16 PM   #49
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what? Didn't mention Ezra Sellers once, which is pretty lazy journalism. Running scared? Ding's not scared of fighting him, but Enzo's the one who's blatantly scared of taking on a decent challenger.
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Old 10-26-2007, 02:33 PM   #50
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Still bollocks. Yet again we have been teased with quality names like Cunnigham, Wilson etc
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Old 10-26-2007, 05:44 PM   #51
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I was squirming so much reading that, I knocked my chicken tikka kebab off the table and it's totally ruined my cream trousers for ****s sake.

where to start?

Enzo is a complete and utter fraud and bullshitter who in reality is running from the dangerous opponents.


anyone dare challenge me on the above statement?
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Old 10-26-2007, 06:24 PM   #52
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I was squirming so much reading that, I knocked my chicken tikka kebab off the table and it's totally ruined my cream trousers for ****s sake.

where to start?

Enzo is a complete and utter fraud and bullshitter who in reality is running from the dangerous opponents.


anyone dare challenge me on the above statement?
Haye has clearly ducked Enzo. He had a chance to fight him but chickened out. Now he's left fighting some bum called Mormeck in France while Enzo fights one of the best cruisers in the world in a packed Millennium Stadium.

Seriously though, this is almost beyond belief. Setanta will probably talk up the fight and then act like Enzo is God after the inevitable one round blow out.
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Old 10-26-2007, 06:38 PM   #53
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I was squirming so much reading that, I knocked my chicken tikka kebab off the table and it's totally ruined my cream trousers for ****s sake.

where to start?

Enzo is a complete and utter fraud and bullshitter who in reality is running from the dangerous opponents.


anyone dare challenge me on the above statement?
I said from day 1 that Enzo's a fraud. He's total garbage and i hope that one of these no-hopers surprise him one day. That would be hilarious and justice would be served.
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Old 10-26-2007, 06:49 PM   #54
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I said from day 1 that Enzo's a fraud. He's total garbage and i hope that one of these no-hopers surprise him one day. That would be hilarious and justice would be served.
I'm hoping he and Calzaghe get KO'd on the 3rd and then Khan gets KO'd by Earl. That would teach ****** a lesson.
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Old 10-26-2007, 09:15 PM   #55
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I was squirming so much reading that, I knocked my chicken tikka kebab off the table and it's totally ruined my cream trousers for ****s sake.

where to start?

Enzo is a complete and utter fraud and bullshitter who in reality is running from the dangerous opponents.


anyone dare challenge me on the above statement?
No. I would like your statement to be tattooed onto my mothers forehead even though she hates boxing.
In addition I would like half of Africa to die from Ebola and for ****** and Enzo to be held solely responsible and given life.*


























* I am not joking, they are both cunts and Africas entire populace can die if it means seeing those pricks have to eat their Strangeways noodles off a WBU "champs" plate.
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from setanta . com, macca believes rivals "running scared"...

Enzo Maccarinelli believes that he is becoming a victim of his own success.

The WBO cruiserweight champion is poised to defend his belt against Mohamed Azzaoui on the undercard for Joe Calzaghe's super-middleweight title unification fight with Mikkel Kessler in Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on November 3.

Setantasports.com understands that Azzaoui has agreed to act as a late replacement for Ezra Sellers, who was prevented from tackling Maccarinelli because the British Boxing Board of control did not deem him worthy of a title shot.

Some would argue that Azzaoui is not worthy of a title shot either but needs must for Maccarinelli, who saw IBF champion Steve Cunningham, the undefeated Dane Johnny Jensen and the experienced American Rob Calloway all reject offers to fight him in Cardiff.

The Welshman has been left somewhat bewildered by his rivals’ unwillingness to get into the ring with him, but he believes that they are all running scared after witnessing his impressive win over Wayne Braithwaite last time out.

"Calloway wouldn't take up the offer, and that is disappointing because I am offering him a crack at the world title," he is quoted as saying in the South Wales Echo.

"He has a good record and he has only lost to guys who are heavyweights.

"But that is history now and I just think that people have seen me differently since I beat Wayne Braithwaite.

"They saw a different dimension to my boxing because before that they saw me as a puncher.

"Now they are aware that I can really box. I am not the finished article yet, but people realise what I am capable of.

"People want stupid money just to fight me now."

However, Maccarinelli still believes that the mega fights are just around the corner and he is very open to the idea of fighting the loud-mouthed American, Dernell ‘Ding-A-Ling Man’ Wilson.

"I am looking for a possible unification fight, probably with Steve Cunningham," he explained.

"Then there is either Mormeck or Haye in the pipeline, so there are some good fights around down the line.

"As for the Ding-A-Ling Man, I do rate him and he is strong and dangerous. But then again, there are plenty of those kind of boxers out there."
Fight Darnell, you big shit talking *****!
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Old 10-27-2007, 05:15 AM   #57
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[quote=mike464]Haye has clearly ducked Enzo. He had a chance to fight him but chickened out. Now he's left fighting some bum called Mormeck in France while Enzo fights one of the best cruisers in the world in a packed Millennium Stadium.quote]

Haye clearly didn't duck Enzo, he got offerd the fight 1st time round only if he signed a contract with ******, wher if he won he would have 5 fights under ****** which would inlcude a title defence and a fight agaisnt one of the domestic heavys (skelton, harrison, sprott, williams)

If he had signed that deal he would have been a fool as his career would go backwards under ******.

The 2nd time he was offerd the fight he was already mandatory for Mormeck vs Bell winner, he will get more money for that fight and Mormeck is recognised and the number 1 in the division.
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Old 10-27-2007, 05:23 AM   #58
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I'm hoping he and Calzaghe get KO'd on the 3rd and then Khan gets KO'd by Earl. That would teach ****** a lesson.
Of course that would teach ****** a lesson
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Old 10-27-2007, 06:10 AM   #59
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that would be terrible, would make him worse!
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Old 10-27-2007, 06:14 AM   #60
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No. I would like your statement to be tattooed onto my mothers forehead even though she hates boxing.
In addition I would like half of Africa to die from Ebola and for ****** and Enzo to be held solely responsible and given life.*


























* I am not joking, they are both cunts and Africas entire populace can die if it means seeing those pricks have to eat their Strangeways noodles off a WBU "champs" plate.
Your going straight to HELL ****face.Dont pass go and dont pickup £200. Just take it like a man.
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