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Old 01-19-2010, 07:11 PM   #14896
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yes but he can't leave it to the Judges in Italy without at least 2 knock downs in separate rounds. needs to
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Couldnt of put it better myself....Not even just to get a couple of knockdowns, Pauly has to stop him.......
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Old 01-19-2010, 07:12 PM   #14897
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What happened with the
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Old 01-19-2010, 07:13 PM   #14898
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Anybody on here going up to the Irish Boxing awards on saturday...
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Old 01-19-2010, 07:16 PM   #14899
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Like a few here said, This is egan putting the cart before the horse....

Saying he has irish title fights lined up without speaking to champions or challangers......
Appartently James Moore read about the fight and was surprised to learn the fight was arranged without him even knowing about it and i think Sinky was the same..
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Old 01-20-2010, 03:46 AM   #14900
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well gents, any of you looking tickets for the awards night? I've a couple for £10 for ESB forum members. Drop me a PM or an email and I'll give you a shout.
I hope to be there friend, I will contact you soon.

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I always take boxing retirements with a pinch of salt, so I wouldn't be surprised to see him back in the future.
As much as I would love to agree with you, I can't see Barry allowing his son to be so fickle, particularly with the Commonwealth Games fast approaching.

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I'll be over to cheer Sinky on at Prizefighter
I was talking to a few pals, and that is now looking a serious consideration for myself and them also.

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That is great news about Sinky. I think he is going to KO a few opponents - Prizefighter is made for him.
I have serious reservations about this being the right choice for Neil, as there are some heavy hitters in this event.

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Anybody on here going up to the Irish Boxing awards on saturday...
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Old 01-20-2010, 04:45 AM   #14901
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God thats a long ass reply
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Old 01-20-2010, 08:54 AM   #14902
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yes but he can't leave it to the Judges in Italy without at least 2 knock downs in separate rounds. needs to
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FRESH from going over old ground against Eugene Heagney, Irish super-bantamweight champion Paul Hyland feels he is showing marked improvements in his game and is relishing an EU title shot pencilled in for early next year. Brimming with a renewed confidence as the best in Ireland, in and around his weight class, Paul is open to suggestions of a Bernard Dunne fight and feels ready to challenge European king Rendall Munroe.


“In my mind I want to win the EU belt and then call out Rendall Munroe for the European title,” stated the Dubliner, shortly after disposing of Heagney in three one-sided rounds. “If Bernard comes he comes, if he doesn’t then so be it. I’m that confident I don’t mind fighting Bernard tomorrow! I feel like whoever I meet next I’m going to beat them; there’s no point getting into the ring if I don’t believe that.”


Hyland had previously formed a link-up with Frank Maloney as he sought a shot at Ian Napa’s European bantamweight title. But when Napa submitted the crown to Frenchman Malik Bouziane, Paulie was left exploring other avenues, which will next lead him to Italy.


“They’re looking at February 26 for the EU fight in Italy. I can’t pronounce my opponent’s name! He’s European-rated and has a nice stand-up style from what I’ve seen.”


The man in question is 36-year-old David Chianella, a resident of Umbria who sports a 16-5-2 record which, interestingly, reveals four of those losses coming via stoppage, including back-to-back first round knockouts, both times to fighters with losing records. Chianella has done most of his work at Italian title level yet once contested the EU belt at featherweight. In his last bout, at home in June, David won a spurious WBF title, and has been largely inactive.


Hyland must be considered favourite, although travelling to anywhere across Europe always carries the possibility of having to battle the officials as well as the opponent. Father and trainer Paddy is rightly concerned that his son may not get a fair shake of the dice and needs to win convincingly.


Paul, on the other hand, is unfazed: “I’m not at all worried about going there because you have to travel to these places to get the belts – its part of the business.”


“It was the same when I beat Eugene Heagney,” added the 25-year-old. “I knew exactly what I had to do in there and just relaxed myself and I felt so comfortable. After studying our last fight [w pts 6, Dec 2008] it was noticeable that I mainly threw jabs, lefts and right hooks to the body and I watched Eugene dropping the left shoulder after he jabbed. The research paid off because I realised the right hand over the top could work on him.

“The overall preparation was great, I was really calm and after fighting him last time at 8st 6llbs I was back up to my weight, with my belt, in my ring! I boxed like a champion. I was faster and stronger than Heagney and so confident that I wouldn’t lose; it was all about the mentality. I have a buzz about me at the moment that I am the man and I can’t get beaten.”
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Old 01-20-2010, 08:55 AM   #14903
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Anybody on here going up to the Irish Boxing awards on saturday...
I'll be going, give me a holler
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Old 01-20-2010, 09:21 AM   #14904
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I'll be going, give me a holler
Should be a good night with a few bruskeys afterwards.......
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Old 01-20-2010, 09:29 AM   #14905
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Old 01-20-2010, 12:54 PM   #14906
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20 January 2010 - By Bernard O'Neill Former Irish Amateur Boxing Association (IABA) President Breandan O Conaire has appealed to clubs throughout the country for help with an historical amateur boxing project.
The IABA, founded in 1911, celebrates its 100th birthday next year and every club, County Board and Provincial Council is being encouraged to organise its own special event(s) to mark this unique occasion. O'Conaire meantime, also wants clubs to help with charting the history of Ireland's most successful Olympic sport and the history of Ireland's forgotten boxers.
He said: "As Part of the Centenary celebrations the Association intends to compile an archive of historical information on boxing activity throughout the island from the earliest days of the Association, and before.
"In order to achieve this objective each Club, Co. Board and Provincial Council is hereby invited to make its own special contribution to this important and unique historical project. It is suggested that each unit select an individual or a small local committee whose function will be to collect all relevant information on boxing activity (events, personnel, sources, etc.) in their locality or region, from earliest times.
"Information can be sought from current and former club members, from local boxing families, local informants, schools, journalists etc., and from printed sources such as local histories, newspapers, poems or ballads, scrapbooks and photographs in possession of former boxers or their families, early boxing documents and memorabilia.
"Information regarding trophies, boxing programmers, annual reports and accounts of the IABA and Provincial Councils. Sources should be given for all information collected or supplied, and a preliminary list of the initial results of the collectors' investigations should be forwarded to the undersigned by 31 December 2010.
"This preliminary list should also include: the title of the unit (e.g Clonmel Amateur Boxing Club; Antrim Co. Board, Munster Provincial Council); the founding year and short history of the unit; previous boxing clubs, in the locality; most famous local boxers; and a contact email or postal address and phone number.
"Those whose grandfathers, or great grandfathers, boxed in the early part of the last year may have scrapbooks and memorabilia and that would help tremendously. I would like to thank you in advance for your contribution and your assistance."
Breandan O Conaire can be contacted at the National Stadium in Dublin (01) 454 3525
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Old 01-20-2010, 02:26 PM   #14907
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well gents, any of you looking tickets for the awards night? I've a couple for £10 for ESB forum members. Drop me a PM or an email and I'll give you a shout.
I'll be lookin a ticket. Will drop you a pm later
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Old 01-20-2010, 02:51 PM   #14908
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Old 01-20-2010, 04:54 PM   #14909
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That's shocking news, the kid had so much potential.Shane must have taken a "real sickener" after his Ulsters semi-final robbery. Although saying that, his heart must not have been in the game, if he walked away over something like that.
looks likes he's binned it off to become a personal trainer or at least he just got accepted to go on the course.



If that is the truth and I have no reason to disbelieve him tghen its a shockin waste of talent.
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Old 01-20-2010, 05:56 PM   #14910
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Like a few here said, This is egan putting the cart before the horse....

Saying he has irish title fights lined up without speaking to champions or challangers......
Appartently James Moore read about the fight and was surprised to learn the fight was arranged without him even knowing about it and i think Sinky was the same..
I was wondering the same as Sinky is in prizefighter. Has Egan even got Setanta on board it makes you think.
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