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Old 09-29-2011, 12:42 PM   #1
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Wow, 'Uncyclopedia' is a great source for boxing information!

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Your never going to read this kind of stuff at boxrec!
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Old 09-29-2011, 12:45 PM   #2
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The world media backed by millions of boxing fans would no longer stand for just standing, so in 1926 Dempsey fought former U.S. Marine Gene Tunney in Philadelphia. Tunney was an excellent boxer who had studied from a mystic yogi in India. Tunney learned yoga-power, such as mind-over-matter, but had yet to work his magic on the champ. And with Dempsey in his way, Tunney was all but considered a [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].


But such is the mystical power which emanates from India that Tunney totally out-boxed the champ, and Dempsey lost his title on points in ten rounds. Dempsey was so far behind on points, and hadn't been able to tag Tunney even once, so they just canceled the remaining five rounds of the fifteen-round title match. ..... Dempsey was easily beaten by Tunney's uncanny powers of mind-over-matter (M/m) ...... When the battered former champ returned to his dressing room, he explained the defeat to his actress-of-the-day, his wife Estelle Taylor, by saying, "Honey, we must of ****ed too much". This phrase was later used by President [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] to Nancy Reagan as an excuse for his dementia.

Dempsey was totally humiliated by the loss, and announced his retirement. But after a few days of rest and a couple of more actresses he decided to try a comeback. In July 1927, at Yankee Stadium, he knocked out future heavyweight champion Jack Sharkey in the seventh round of an elimination bout for a title shot against Tunney. Sharkey was beating Dempsey badly until the end, when the fight ended controversially. Sharkey claimed that Dempsey pointed in the crowd and told him, "Hey, look at that broad! Her tits are hanging out!" And when Sharkey turned to look, Dempsey smashed a left hook onto his chin, knocking him out cold. Later Dempsey told Life Magazine about the sucker punch, "Well, all is fair in *** and boxing!"
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Damn, all the money I've shelled out for Adam Pollack's books, when Uncyclopedia was just a click away .....
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