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Old 10-10-2011, 08:17 PM   #31
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:18 PM   #32
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No big surprise. He came back and won a title and defended it, then went after another piece of the world title and did not get it. With so many pieces of world titles in so many divisions. It gives others an opportunity to hold a piece of a title. No different than the Eighties. take that wild year 1986 in the heavyweight division and the parade of part time champions with a piece of the title.

TIM WITHERSPOON over TONY TUBBS
TREVOR BERBICK over PINKLON THOMAS
MICHAEL SPINKS over LARRY HOLMES (and do not ask where Leon is?)
TIM WITHERSPOON over FRANK BRUNO
MICHAEL SPINKS over Steffan Tangstad
MIKE TYSON over TREVOR BERBICK
BONECRUSHER SMITH over TIM WITHERSPOON

I'm all dizzy just looking at the heavyweight merry-go-round
in 1986 with more of the same in 1987 until August 1, 1987
when the underrated MIKE TYSON put an end to all of this nonsence
and proved he was one of the best of all time, but still is not
given his fair placement in the top ten of all time.

So, David is no different than the likes of Witherspoon, Berbick,
Bonecrusher and many others through the decades.
Like many other ex-champions, he is treated poorly by
many and maybe one day future boxing enthusiasts will
appreciate his complete record and keep the personality
issues in the trash can where they belong.
no comparison. those guys did way less talking and way more actual fighting...not to mention much more fighting with purpose when the golden opportunity presented itself
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:19 PM   #33
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Good riddance, the boring cunt.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:21 PM   #34
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No big surprise. He came back and won a title and defended it, then went after another piece of the world title and did not get it. With so many pieces of world titles in so many divisions. It gives others an opportunity to hold a piece of a title. No different than the Eighties. take that wild year 1986 in the heavyweight division and the parade of part time champions with a piece of the title.

TIM WITHERSPOON over TONY TUBBS
TREVOR BERBICK over PINKLON THOMAS
MICHAEL SPINKS over LARRY HOLMES (and do not ask where Leon is?)
TIM WITHERSPOON over FRANK BRUNO
MICHAEL SPINKS over Steffan Tangstad
MIKE TYSON over TREVOR BERBICK
BONECRUSHER SMITH over TIM WITHERSPOON

I'm all dizzy just looking at the heavyweight merry-go-round
in 1986 with more of the same in 1987 until August 1, 1987
when the underrated MIKE TYSON put an end to all of this nonsence
and proved he was one of the best of all time, but still is not
given his fair placement in the top ten of all time.

So, David is no different than the likes of Witherspoon, Berbick,
Bonecrusher and many others through the decades.
Like many other ex-champions, he is treated poorly by
many and maybe one day future boxing enthusiasts will
appreciate his complete record and keep the personality
issues in the trash can where they belong.
david is much different than those guys you mentioned...they came and went quick because they didnt talk shit for 4 years, begging for a fight when the chamoion at the time had no idea who he was... i dont remember any of those guys being ****s at the negotiation table...demanding everything while showing nothing but mouth. wlad was the youngest heavyeight he fought....40 like vitali is a number...40 and shot and suck like Audley is sad... yeah those fights you mentioned were average (except spinks and holmes) and wont be remembered, but they were never promised as decade changing events and they werent paid 15 million dollars to stink out the joints...they were getting 250,000 and less....and back then, they dissapeared because they didnt reward people for beating up bums by making "good business moves" fighting guys they dug up like john ruiz, who somehow they justify because he was a mandatory...a mandatory that had 3 wins in 5 or 6 years...its amazing
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:22 PM   #35
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DAVID HAYE has quit boxing after handing in his fight licence.
The former world heavyweight champ is 31 on Thursday and always insisted he would not continue past his birthday. British Boxing Board of Control secretary Robert Smith confirmed: "I received an email on Monday advising me Haye would not be carrying on.

"The Board will discuss it on Wednesday but there is no way we could go against his wish not to renew his boxing licence. Without it, he can't fight."

Haye has already stepped down as a boxing promoter, with supermiddleweight George Groves switching to SunSport's Frank ******.

The Haye-maker's last fight in July ended in bitter disappointment when he lost his WBA crown to Wladimir Klitschko.

Critics laid into the Londoner for a timid display but it later emerged he needed pain-killing injections before the bout for an infected toe and could not move properly.

Haye's plan was to beat Wladimir and fight his big brother Vitali to unite the heavyweight division.

But unless there is a major shift in his attitude that will never happen.


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HBO offered Adamek a fight with Haye... a few days later, Haye retires damn i wanted to see that
I didn't read about that. You have a link?
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:23 PM   #36
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I said it all these years since he first mouthed off, he would never fight Vitali, now Wlad has a fight arranged he knows he wont get rematch so backs out, Vitali would annhilate him.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:27 PM   #37
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and ALL HAYE FANS FEEL LIKE THIS...
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:29 PM   #38
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Don't let the door hit u on your way out you piece of shit!!!!!!!!
And please don't consider coming back!!!




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why is haye a piece of shit?

did he give your mother aids? or did she receive them from on of the other 235 black men she got dicked by?
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:29 PM   #39
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So glad he's gone. Ive had enough of him ever since he used his injured camel toe as an excuse.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:38 PM   #40
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Haye ducks Adamek after HBO offers him fight. Nice one
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:40 PM   #41
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History won't remember Haye, and neither should we.

Forget him.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:42 PM   #42
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Haye ducks Adamek after HBO offers him fight. Nice one
It honestly sounds more like he quit cause he couldn't get his way and land the big fight with Vitali on terms that he liked. Not that he deserved his terms, just saying.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:42 PM   #43
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:42 PM   #44
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TIME WILL JUDGE HIM without the current HAYE-haters talking about talking heads.

Now let us take ROBERTO DURAN, and judge him on only two
fights - the low-blow controversial victory overKEN BUCHANAN and
the "NO MAS" quitting job against LEONARD. With that profile, he could be
on the top ten worst champion list. But, that is not reality as to the real
Duran.
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Old 10-10-2011, 08:42 PM   #45
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Haye ducks Adamek after HBO offers him fight. Nice one
A very fortunate set of circumstances for Tomazs.
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