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Old 02-02-2010, 08:56 AM   #15346
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Steve wellings has a new interview with Pat magee on irish-boxing.com
Also did anyone see the two BBC NI reports? One an interview from the airport that is still on their website and the other footage of the fight that was on last night.
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Old 02-02-2010, 09:40 AM   #15347
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Steve wellings has a new interview with Pat magee on irish-boxing.com
Also did anyone see the two BBC NI reports? One an interview from the airport that is still on their website and the other footage of the fight that was on last night.
thanks...it does not look like team magee is interested in defending in belfast... more poor management from pat magee
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Old 02-02-2010, 10:29 AM   #15348
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And I hadn't forgotten about Dmitri Sartison.....

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Magee's big plans

2 February 2010 - By Steve Wellings

Brian Magee pulled off a remarkable away win on January 30 when the Lisburn man outgunned Denmark’s Mads Larsen in seven one-sided rounds to claim the vacant European super-middleweight title.

Despite splitting from career-long trainer Harry Hawkins prior to his big chance, Brian had two familiar faces in the arena on fight night. The managerial team of John Rooney and Pat Magee -the latter donning an Irish Boxing Supporters Club tie- were in Aarhus to witness a famous away victory.

“It was a fantastic performance from Brian and not unexpected," enthused Pat Magee (no relation). “There was talk about Brian losing Harry Hawkins after so long as his trainer but John Rooney was in Brian's corner, as he has been from the start, so there was still a stabilising influence.

“Brian assumed control early on and continued his dominance throughout; he battered Larsen for the most part and broke his heart,” opined Pat.

“We’re obviously not going to sit down and discuss the future straight away but we're free agents and will take a look at all the options available. Maybe the end of April could be a possibility.”

Pat Magee admitted that fighting in Belfast would be a boost but added that Brian has proven time and again he is an excellent away fighter and believes there is plenty more to come from the 34-year-old. WBO ruler Robert Stieglitz is in Magee’s sights, although strong German backing means Brian would almost certainly have to travel, while WBA champion Andre Ward is involved in the Super Six tournament. “The expression on Larsen's face told it all on Saturday,” continued Pat Magee.

“The Danes’ had just signed a big TV deal and it was all to be built off the back of him winning. This is a guy who was beaten controversially by Sven Ottke and the other loss was years ago [1996 on a cut].

“Brian just dominated him. Who else goes away from home and posts a performance like that?”

Not too many. Whether or not world titles beckon for the former amateur star, he has already had a professional career to be proud of.
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Old 02-02-2010, 12:09 PM   #15349
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It was a terrific performance from Magee. He has set the bench mark for other Irish fighters to perform to.
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Old 02-02-2010, 02:57 PM   #15350
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Steve wellings has a new interview with Pat magee on irish-boxing.com
Also did anyone see the two BBC NI reports? One an interview from the airport that is still on their website and the other footage of the fight that was on last night.

there its here ...

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Old 02-02-2010, 03:09 PM   #15351
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anyone hear anything about stephen haughian

i thought he was being lined up for a shot at o'donnell for the commonwealth welterweight strap
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Old 02-02-2010, 09:39 PM   #15352
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next time your over buy a vodafone prepaid mobile broadband stick and top it up

u can buy a roaming bundle and it will give u an irish IP addy even in the uk

would it work in the states
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Old 02-03-2010, 03:05 AM   #15353
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THE PERILS OF PREDICTION
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Old 02-03-2010, 06:49 AM   #15354
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it will work not sure on the prices though! I had a billpay one ive used around europe its great
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Old 02-03-2010, 07:18 AM   #15355
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on a sad note peter perry died and the funeral was yesterday peter was bernard dunnes and jim rocks old amatuer trainer there was a great turnout everybody and anybody from dublin boxing past and present was there great tribute to the man who was CIE boxing club RIP
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HaHa Flex is gutted he didn't stick his neck out for a Magee win.
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Old 02-03-2010, 11:28 AM   #15357
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on a sad note peter perry died and the funeral was yesterday peter was bernard dunnes and jim rocks old amatuer trainer there was a great turnout everybody and anybody from dublin boxing past and present was there great tribute to the man who was CIE boxing club RIP
Sad loss to the sport, he was always a familiar face at the stadium and around the shows in Dublin. R.I.P
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Old 02-03-2010, 11:29 AM   #15358
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new sinky says, chatting about Prizefighter on irish-boxing.com
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new sinky says, chatting about Prizefighter on irish-boxing.com
Do you think he can win it Cormac???
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Old 02-03-2010, 11:41 AM   #15360
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Do you think he can win it Cormac???
i reckon he can anyway.think he has the power and the savvy to do it
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