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Old 08-30-2012, 09:15 AM   #44596
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10TH EUROPEAN SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPS START IN OCT HOW THE IRISH HAVE FARED SO FAR
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IRISH OUT IN FORCE DOWN UNDER
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Are them lads in Australia any use? I saw one of Tony Bates' fights on Youtube and he was just like a 'walk forward' type of fighter. I think it was his second fight and he got him out of there in 3. Ive been hearin about them but haven't seen any of their fights, other than one of Bates'.
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Old 08-30-2012, 09:15 AM   #44597
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Thanks Max Banjo - is the posters name Stevenson1? On the "Rigondeaux update thread" on the main forum it would be great if you could copy and paste this?
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Old 08-30-2012, 09:59 AM   #44598
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Thanks Max Banjo - is the posters name Stevenson1? On the "Rigondeaux update thread" on the main forum it would be great if you could copy and paste this?
The guy is a mong, don't take anything he says seriously.
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Old 08-30-2012, 10:19 AM   #44599
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Thanks Max Banjo - is the posters name Stevenson1? On the "Rigondeaux update thread" on the main forum it would be great if you could copy and paste this?
no point mate it doesnt matter what gets said those lads wont change their mind! I just wouldnt want people over here whos opinion actually matters thinking hyde was a "leach" or "a robbing scumbag" ect....

Just to put things in context

I know you have paid money to see rigondeaux fight (you spent the night in the citywest hotel if i remember rightly)

I would say any poster on that thread who wasnt irish has never paid to see rigo fight.... and they probably never will....

so **** them it doesnt matter what you say or tell them it wont change their mind...
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Old 08-30-2012, 11:06 AM   #44600
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So rigo and Gary are no longer friends i take it .
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Old 08-30-2012, 11:37 AM   #44601
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Max and Louis - hard at it in the NoWhere2Hyde PR HQ!

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Old 08-30-2012, 12:07 PM   #44602
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Are them lads in Australia any use? I saw one of Tony Bates' fights on Youtube and he was just like a 'walk forward' type of fighter. I think it was his second fight and he got him out of there in 3. Ive been hearin about them but haven't seen any of their fights, other than one of Bates'.
dennis hogan has a couple of fights up on youtube
seems to be improving every fight and is after dropping down to light middle which seems to suit him alot better than super middle

never seen murphy fight
i think tj holds a win over frampton in the ams and from the very little ive seen of his first two fights(a small bit of each of his first two fights was on youtube) he's looked very decent

all the boys out in aus seem to be fighting very regular(at least 6 fights a year)which is also a good thing
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Old 08-30-2012, 12:11 PM   #44603
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dennis hogan has a couple of fights up on youtube
seems to be improving every fight and is after dropping down to light middle which seems to suit him alot better than super middle

never seen murphy fight
i think tj holds a win over frampton in the ams and from the very little ive seen of his first two fights(a small bit of each of his first two fights was on youtube) he's looked very decent

all the boys out in aus seem to be fighting very regular(at least 6 fights a year)which is also a good thing
Ive noticed that, on Boxrec they always seem to have a few fights lined up each. Just haven't seen them fight but im hearing alot about them.
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Old 08-31-2012, 05:06 AM   #44604
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dennis hogan has a couple of fights up on youtube
seems to be improving every fight and is after dropping down to light middle which seems to suit him alot better than super middle

never seen murphy fight
i think tj holds a win over frampton in the ams and from the very little ive seen of his first two fights(a small bit of each of his first two fights was on youtube) he's looked very decent

all the boys out in aus seem to be fighting very regular(at least 6 fights a year)which is also a good thing
Hogan is looking the part
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Old 08-31-2012, 05:58 AM   #44605
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Hogan is looking the part
he has 3 fights lined up in the next 3 months. Plenty of fighters in Ireland would kill for that activity.

Like someone said the other week "losses dont kill a career, inactivity does"
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Old 08-31-2012, 10:30 AM   #44606
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Im a bit confused by this article.

i thought the school boys were between under 12's and under 15's but it says frampton won gold in rome 2003 when he was 16 so he would've been a junior by then right ?

or am i getting confussed by something ?
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Old 08-31-2012, 10:46 AM   #44607
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anyone who read dunnes book will see what Bernard didnt have too many kind words to say about Mr Peters......

But all i can say is that does anyone else think that bernard wouldnt have wont a world title if he wasnt managed by peters?

Didnt get around to reading it, can you give me the gist of what he said ?

i was under the impression peters did good by dunne
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Old 08-31-2012, 11:04 AM   #44608
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Didnt get around to reading it, can you give me the gist of what he said ?

i was under the impression peters did good by dunne
On second thoughts, read the book! Well worth it!

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Old 08-31-2012, 11:40 AM   #44609
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Im a bit confused by this article.

i thought the school boys were between under 12's and under 15's but it says frampton won gold in rome 2003 when he was 16 so he would've been a junior by then right ?

or am i getting confussed by something ?
I think this has changed quite a few times over the years to be honest. Once upon a time it was simply boys, then youths, then juniors followed by senior (intermediate being just a lower grade of senior - nothing to do with age). Then the word "cadets" came into the frame which confused me.

The world youths became the world cadets and then the world juniors - or something to that extent. But you are right in terms of the schoolboy age. That always seemed to be the same, so I'd say frampton won gold in the youths/juniors/cadets ...whatever the title of that age group was at the time
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Old 08-31-2012, 11:43 AM   #44610
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Im a bit confused by this article.

i thought the school boys were between under 12's and under 15's but it says frampton won gold in rome 2003 when he was 16 so he would've been a junior by then right ?

or am i getting confussed by something ?
Also, Willie O' Reilly was 3 if not 4 years younger than frampton/joyce/boyle - so how could he have won the same event 12 months later?
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