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Old 07-15-2011, 12:50 AM   #76
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Funny how this latest article coincides with ash's departure from ESB

Very cynical.
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:51 AM   #77
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Absolutely.

I support the fighter I like more, I don't give a **** where he comes from.



Oh, and to all you other muppets, Geale will beat Martinez when they meet.



I see we have a new contender for ESB's biggest nuthugger!

No chance this would ever happen, the class difference of Martinez and Geale is panels - in Martinez' favour!
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:53 AM   #78
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Very cynical.
Oh, I forgot, he left for the benefit of his fighters
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Old 07-15-2011, 01:06 AM   #79
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Oh, I forgot, he left for the benefit of his fighters
Who are his fighters ? Does he manage fighters ?
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Old 07-15-2011, 01:08 AM   #80
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I see we have a new contender for ESB's biggest nuthugger!

No chance this would ever happen, the class difference of Martinez and Geale is panels - in Martinez' favour!
What rock have you been hiding under? I've geen hugging Geales nuts for ages.

Anyway, we'll agree to disagree, I know Geale will have the ability to beat Martinez when they meet.
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Old 07-15-2011, 01:09 AM   #81
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Funny how this latest article coincides with ash's departure from ESB

It may further delay, or postpone indefinitely, the return of a Mundine nut-hugger of the sickly, pasty faced variety as well.
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Old 07-15-2011, 01:16 AM   #82
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Who are his fighters ? Does he manage fighters ?
Don't start that up, you'll have old ash back in a flash to defend his fighters

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It may further delay, or postpone indefinitely, the return of a Mundine nut-hugger of the sickly, pasty faced variety as well.
Perhaps I should continue to host his phizog in my avatar as a testimonial to nasty gay nuthuggers?
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Ash will be back. They always come back.
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Old 07-15-2011, 01:29 AM   #84
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Funny how this latest article coincides with ash's departure from ESB
yes. But Trout does say in the video Mundine was his next fight. But yes this looks like it's not gonna happen. Mundine
keeps letting his supporters down.
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yes. But Trout does say in the video Mundine was his next fight. But yes this looks like it's not gonna happen. Mundine
keeps letting his supporters down.
Yeah I know...poor ash...and gav...and, erm...
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Yeah I know...poor ash...and gav...and, erm...
Don't forget Teke and all of his aliases.
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Old 07-15-2011, 02:01 AM   #87
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Yeah I know...poor ash...and gav...and, erm...Woftam1

I am a choc supporter.

I am also a green supporter

After choc stayed in Sydney a couple of extra days prior to his second fight with Garth to fight me for Charity i got an even bigger amount of respect for him
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Old 07-15-2011, 02:02 AM   #88
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Did exactly the same with Golovkin,this fight was much to dangerous for Mundine,Golovkin would have destroyed him and ended his career and Trout would have embaressed him also,Mundine has hand picked and manipulated his career for some time now,and when are his disciples gunna learn he is all **** and Wind with very little credibility left at all.!!!!
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What rock have you been hiding under? I've geen hugging Geales nuts for ages.

Anyway, we'll agree to disagree, I know Geale will have the ability to beat Martinez when they meet.

Sox if you remember correctly, I beat the drum of Daniel Geale loud and long prior to him going to Germany. (And what a good win it was )

I do however see sanity at look at things fairly objectionably and in no way, shape or form does Daniel beat Martinez.

Serious question Sox, how bad would have Martinez beat Sylvester? Seriously, take your nuthugging cap off and if your being fair dinkum, it wouldn't of went 6rds.

Daniel's win was a good, tradesman's like performance to beat Sylvester. Sylvester as a champion and Martinez as a champion are two far, far apart animals.
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I am a choc supporter.

I am also a green supporter

After choc stayed in Sydney a couple of extra days prior to his second fight with Garth to fight me for Charity i got an even bigger amount of respect for him
Take out the charity bit and hang that photo on your wall. Everyone will think you really did fight choc because you look the part
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