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Old 02-28-2011, 11:00 PM   #30646
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i was talkingto him tonight at the munster youths in blackpool .and hes ba ck in training and rearing to get back in .oh dolphil/ willie caseys next press conference on in citywest arena on thurs 12 midday just after the weigh in for the world kick boxing c/ chips . big announcement on tv situation. counting down the days boys
any chance he could be put on the casey v rigo bill?
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Old 02-28-2011, 11:13 PM   #30647
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Good question Paddy whats gone on wit that 10? Some good fighters gettin left behind so far this year?

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Yeh there is a desire to find out the following
1> When are they next expecting to be out
2> What is the plan for 2011
3> where are they likely to be happening

with the following fighters

1> Andy Murray
2> Spike
3> Dean Byrne
4> Jamie conlon
5> Martin Lindsay
6> Steven Ormonde
7> Patrick Hyland
8> Paul Hyland
9> Martin Rogan
10> Coleman Barrett


These are 10 fighter I think we haven't heard about in a while.
I'd personally be esepcially interested to know what will happen with Peters Stable since RTE are meant to be out of business for him and secondly with the likes of Dean Byne. Ok we know he is training in Arnies? Is that permanent? Has he left the wild card for good? Is he still hoping to do the Bernard Dunne route? Has PEters any plans to capitalise on Murray? Will he get a Mandatory shot? What about the Gavin Rees rhumors?

Can anyone help us out here?
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Old 03-01-2011, 07:01 AM   #30648
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Yeh there is a desire to find out the following
1> When are they next expecting to be out
2> What is the plan for 2011
3> where are they likely to be happening

with the following fighters

1> Andy Murray
2> Spike
3> Dean Byrne
4> Jamie conlon
5> Martin Lindsay
6> Steven Ormonde
7> Patrick Hyland
8> Paul Hyland
9> Martin Rogan
10> Coleman Barrett


These are 10 fighter I think we haven't heard about in a while.
I'd personally be esepcially interested to know what will happen with Peters Stable since RTE are meant to be out of business for him and secondly with the likes of Dean Byne. Ok we know he is training in Arnies? Is that permanent? Has he left the wild card for good? Is he still hoping to do the Bernard Dunne route? Has PEters any plans to capitalise on Murray? Will he get a Mandatory shot? What about the Gavin Rees rhumors?

Can anyone help us out here?
ormond is fighting in a couple of weeks in scotland on burns undercard against an undefeated lad, he should be challenging for commonwealth by end of the year and i know spike is back training hard in pascals
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Old 03-01-2011, 07:05 AM   #30649
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1> Andy Murray
2> Spike
3> Dean Byrne
4> Jamie conlon
5> Martin Lindsay
6> Steven Ormonde
7> Patrick Hyland
8> Paul Hyland
9> Martin Rogan
10> Coleman Barrett
1. Not sure what plans Peters has for his next show.
2. Dornal just answered that
3. Permanently in Arnies - very close to inking a contract with a top promoter.
4. On the McCloskey bill
5. Licking his wounds and regrouping
6. On the Burns-Laraya undercard in Glasgow
7. See 1. but the Hyland might be doing their own show soon. MIGHT!
8. See 7.
9. See 1.
10. Last I heard he was back in Mayo recovering from an unfortunate incident.

Maybe other could add to that.
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Old 03-01-2011, 08:58 AM   #30650
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1. Not sure what plans Peters has for his next show.
2. Dornal just answered that
3. Permanently in Arnies - very close to inking a contract with a top promoter.
4. On the McCloskey bill
5. Licking his wounds and regrouping
6. On the Burns-Laraya undercard in Glasgow
7. See 1. but the Hyland might be doing their own show soon. MIGHT!
8. See 7.
9. See 1.
10. Last I heard he was back in Mayo recovering from an unfortunate incident.

Maybe other could add to that.
id be surprised if conlon was on the mccloskey bill
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Old 03-01-2011, 11:12 AM   #30651
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Originally Posted by paddymickey View Post
Yeh there is a desire to find out the following
1> When are they next expecting to be out
2> What is the plan for 2011
3> where are they likely to be happening

with the following fighters

1> Andy Murray
2> Spike
3> Dean Byrne
4> Jamie conlon
5> Martin Lindsay
6> Steven Ormonde
7> Patrick Hyland
8> Paul Hyland
9> Martin Rogan
10> Coleman Barrett


These are 10 fighter I think we haven't heard about in a while.
I'd personally be esepcially interested to know what will happen with Peters Stable since RTE are meant to be out of business for him and secondly with the likes of Dean Byne. Ok we know he is training in Arnies? Is that permanent? Has he left the wild card for good? Is he still hoping to do the Bernard Dunne route? Has PEters any plans to capitalise on Murray? Will he get a Mandatory shot? What about the Gavin Rees rhumors?

Can anyone help us out here?
1 On McCloskey bill
2 Unsure
3 Signed a deal with ******
4 Boxing on next Maloney card
5 Back in training awaiting a date from Maloney
6 Boxing on Burns undercard
7 Unsure
8 Unsue
9 Boxing on McCloskey bill
10 Unsure

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Old 03-01-2011, 12:38 PM   #30652
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What happens if Ward goes to the worlds and qualifies for London, then Egan wins the WSB.Would there have to be a box off to see who goes to London or could we possibly have 2 fighters in the same weight class?
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Old 03-01-2011, 12:44 PM   #30653
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Box offs, only one representitive per weight per country.
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Old 03-01-2011, 12:48 PM   #30654
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i think egan can choose to step up to heavyweight if he wins wsb
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:07 PM   #30655
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Box offs, only one representitive per weight per country.
i heard somewhere that its the first to quailfy which would be the wsb winner and no box-off could be wrong
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:34 PM   #30656
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The WSB winners will be the unbeaten fighters. Egan won't be one of them, Nevin probably won't either despite doing well.
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Old 03-01-2011, 01:40 PM   #30657
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Seen as Ardy is ignoring us again I'll have to post my own links

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Old 03-01-2011, 02:22 PM   #30658
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anyone else read the new boxing news? Saul Alvarez says there was an Irish grandfather somewhere in the past. All aboard the bandwagon ha ha
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Old 03-01-2011, 02:44 PM   #30659
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sorry thats in boxing monthly not news. Article also says Schaefer is considering marketing him in Ireland
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Old 03-01-2011, 03:06 PM   #30660
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sorry thats in boxing monthly not news. Article also says Schaefer is considering marketing him in Ireland
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