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Old 11-20-2007, 08:38 AM   #1
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Default After Hatton KO's PBF does PBF stay retired or comeback?

If so against who? I'm sure if PBF is knocked out badly by Hatton he would decline a rematch with Hatton so who would it be? Mosley? Maybe Zab Judah again? Cheers mates
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Old 11-20-2007, 08:51 AM   #2
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Although i doubt he will lose i have been wondering what he would do couse he's 0 means the world to him. When he loses it he might go into a depression and retire couse his 0 is gone and then he is certain that people won't remember him as the best fighter ever as he claims he is.
On the other hand if he loses he might be more open for more dangerous opponent like Margo, Williams, Cotto etc. Couse he's 0 is gone so he doesn't have anything to loose anymore.
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Old 11-20-2007, 09:02 AM   #3
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Default Re: After Hatton KO's PBF does PBF stay retired or comeback?

In case that most unlikely scenario unfolds, then Mayweather would probably fight Hatton in England finally cause Ricky's handlers would be callin the shots, even if that fight just happens after Hatton and Hoya cash in for a showdown in between. I would personally like to see Floyd and Mosley once and for all.
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Old 11-20-2007, 09:22 AM   #4
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Let's face it...I think PBF is a runner, an immature baby, and a ****y bastard, BUT there is no way that Hatton beats him.

I do believe that pressure is the key to beating PBF, but Hatton lacks even the most elementary defensive skills that will enable him to win. Hatton is off-balance much of the time, is slow defensively, and has suspect footwork.

This is another example of a GOOD European fighter who has 99% bums on his resume, who has been high acclaimed, and would lose to any good world champion caliber fighter (who is not completely over the hill).

Hatton, like Calzaghe, will lose to the first REAL challenge he takes. In this case, PBF is it...
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Old 11-20-2007, 09:28 AM   #5
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Hatton, like Calzaghe, will lose to the first REAL challenge he takes. In this case, PBF is it...
kessler wasn't a challenge?? or Tszyu? you should probably start following boxing before giving your opinion on it.
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Old 11-20-2007, 09:32 AM   #6
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Default Re: After Hatton KO's PBF does PBF stay retired or comeback?

I think if Mayweather lost, especially by KO we can forget about seeing him in with the likes of Cotto, Mosley or Paul Williams he seems a little scared of taking these fights as it is.
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Old 11-20-2007, 09:36 AM   #7
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Let's face it...I think PBF is a runner, an immature baby, and a ****y bastard, BUT there is no way that Hatton beats him.

I do believe that pressure is the key to beating PBF, but Hatton lacks even the most elementary defensive skills that will enable him to win. Hatton is off-balance much of the time, is slow defensively, and has suspect footwork.

This is another example of a GOOD European fighter who has 99% bums on his resume, who has been high acclaimed, and would lose to any good world champion caliber fighter (who is not completely over the hill).

Hatton, like Calzaghe, will lose to the first REAL challenge he takes. In this case, PBF is it...
Tszyu, castillo, kessler lacy, eubank all bums, course they are.

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Old 12-12-2007, 09:10 AM   #8
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How can this Stupid **** be talking shit about my post when he be posting shit like this hahah ****ing joke
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