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Old 03-22-2008, 11:24 PM   #1381
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I hope you are right. Kelly Pavlik is my 'home town' boy. I was looking to Duddy and Lee to bring some respect to the division. I'm getting tired of certain 168 division 'elitists' saying he is pretty much a bum in a weak division.

The frustrating thing is Duddy proved he could box but waited too long. Lee proved he could box and didn't stick with it. (I'm having serious doubts about Steward as a trainer for Lee). I think Duddy wanted to impress Pavlik's people ring side and let that get him outside his game. That is easier to correct than what I see as Lee's problem. Steward.
pavlik is no bum...nor is the middleweight division... there is great strenth there... and i hope one of our Irish hopes can make an impact
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Old 03-22-2008, 11:29 PM   #1382
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We all know Pavlik is a brilliant champion, no matter what anyone else says. My problem is I want to support Pavlik, the way I did Hagler, BUT there is three Irish middles who want to disect Pavlik, and blood is thicker than water, so good luck to Pavlik, until he faces an Irish fighter.
We both root for the locals. That's as it should be.
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Old 03-22-2008, 11:38 PM   #1383
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Pavlic is the real deal obviously, It's just that I find his fans insufferable. maybe that's just me, but I doubt it.
Let's see. Pavlik's first name is Kelly and his father is Mike. That has to gain a few points with you. Lots of insufferble folks on this forum. But, if Kelly is beaten by one of the Irish, that fighter would have my respect. Personally, I want him to move up soon and take care of some "business" a little east of where you're at before that "business" vacates or can't make 168. Win, win for both of us.
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Old 03-23-2008, 04:59 AM   #1384
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Let's see. Pavlik's first name is Kelly and his father is Mike. That has to gain a few points with you. Lots of insufferble folks on this forum. But, if Kelly is beaten by one of the Irish, that fighter would have my respect. Personally, I want him to move up soon and take care of some "business" a little east of where you're at before that "business" vacates or can't make 168. Win, win for both of us.
Hello Hermit, as much as your joking Pavlik is part Irish, he has already stated that.Us Irish are everywhereEVEN THE GREAT ONE, ALI HAD AN IRISH GRANDPARENT.
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Old 03-23-2008, 05:13 AM   #1385
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Hello Hermit, as much as your joking Pavlik is part Irish, he has already stated that.Us Irish are everywhereEVEN THE GREAT ONE, ALI HAD AN IRISH GRANDPARENT.
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Old 03-23-2008, 05:21 AM   #1386
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Your right pal, did you see the Macklin contest.He handled Campas well
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Old 03-23-2008, 05:40 AM   #1387
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Your right pal, did you see the Macklin contest.He handled Campas well
No Ardy I missed that. Got back here and see he did well tho. The weekend wasn't all ****. I think Duddys the man though, when he learns to box a little. I have never seen Macklin fight, if you get a link up on here I'd like to see him against Campus.

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Old 03-23-2008, 05:48 AM   #1388
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MACKLIN V CAMPAS
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There you go Shamrock
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Old 03-23-2008, 05:55 AM   #1389
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There you go Shamrock
Cheers Ardy, thanks for that.
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Old 03-23-2008, 06:04 AM   #1390
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There you go Shamrock
That link is not actually a replay Ardy me ol' mate
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Old 03-23-2008, 06:19 AM   #1391
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That link is not actually a replay Ardy me ol' mate
Woops, I thought it was.
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Old 03-23-2008, 09:57 AM   #1392
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Hello boys, I enjoyed the Macklin s****. I hope McClooskey can keep the winning form going next week in Donegal.
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Old 03-23-2008, 11:02 AM   #1393
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well lads macklin looked impressive last night brought his boxing instead of brawling skills with him to the fight.onwards & upward from here for macklin.just hope he gets matched carefully against lower ranked guys for a while,gain some more experience.he can make major inroads in the mw divisionif he plays his cards right.good 2 hear lee has a rematch lined up.and did any one see googly eyed hatton last night??!!boy hes fond of a pint
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well lads macklin looked impressive last night brought his boxing instead of brawling skills with him to the fight.onwards & upward from here for macklin.just hope he gets matched carefully against lower ranked guys for a while,gain some more experience.he can make major inroads in the mw divisionif he plays his cards right.good 2 hear lee has a rematch lined up.and did any one see googly eyed hatton last night??!!boy hes fond of a pint
Hatton was funny, he couldn,t have sucked his own thumb. I thought Perez looked disinterested last night.I hope they tell him off for that performance.
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Old 03-23-2008, 01:52 PM   #1395
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I was actually thinking that myself tonight. I have said this before, but Darren Sutherland could be an Irish Nigel Benn. I can't wait til he turns pro, also.
thats a good comparesen and one i think sutherland could live up to, he has big powerful shoulders and heavy hand's like benn. I think that he will have more power in the pros than lee, macklin and duddy.
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