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Old 06-04-2012, 01:17 PM   #181
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[quote=Olu G. Rotimi;13008988]Thanks Bambino or whatever your name is. I first got involved with Ajose when his late manager my friend the late Big Bad James Oyebola sought my help to assist with his management which I did whole-heartedly. If you look back at my posts after James unfortunate death (may his soul rest in perfect peace) I had to relocate and base myself in Africa due to my business committments I could no longer fulfil my role though I obviously continue to support. quote]

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Thanks Bambino or whatever your name is. I first got involved with Ajose when his late manager my friend the late Big Bad James Oyebola sought my help to assist with his management which I did whole-heartedly. If you look back at my posts after James unfortunate death (may his soul rest in perfect peace) I had to relocate and base myself in Africa due to my business committments I could no longer fulfil my role though I obviously continue to support. quote]

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Old 06-04-2012, 01:42 PM   #183
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Old 06-04-2012, 03:39 PM   #184
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Because Nigeria has a proud boxing heritage on par with Porteo Rico that makes such a comparrison possible

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What has nationality got to do with it or are Nigerians not entitled to make a mark in boxing shit for brains moron. You cannot even spell Puerto Rico.
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Old 06-04-2012, 04:32 PM   #185
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It also seems, from some of the posts on here and the PM I received, that you have been putting up with him for nearly 5 nears: I feel for you.
Thanks for the sympathy, but it's hardly necessary.
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Old 06-04-2012, 05:05 PM   #186
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Old 06-04-2012, 10:29 PM   #187
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Thanks Bambino or whatever your name is. I first got involved with Ajose when his late manager my friend the late Big Bad James Oyebola sought my help to assist with his management which I did whole-heartedly. If you look back at my posts after James unfortunate death (may his soul rest in perfect peace) I had to relocate and base myself in Africa due to my business committments I could no longer fulfil my role though I obviously continue to support. I need no thanks for sticking up for Ajose. I will always support him and stick up for him. If need be I will make my funds available re: the shenanigans of the WBC and support any lawsuit as necessary. You claim to be a friend but don't seem to appreciate that Ajose is being royally shafted again. What is happening is disgusting and gives boxing a bad name. So for your information I have been part of his team until I was not able to and more than that he has my unconditional support. If you are truly a friend then act like it and make sure that the WBC don't shaft him. Finally you say I have misrepresented him! How can praising and eulogising the qualities of this great fighter, drumming up support, selling tickets for his fights, publicity including securing media interviews (TV and magazines) be construed as misrepresenting. I guess the disciples were misrepresenting Jesus Christ!

Also the gentleman you called his manager was not his manager rather his agent. As for Damien Ramirez, Gary Shaw and Lou Di Bella who are handling his career in the US they need to do the necessary and make sure the WBC don't shaft him. As always I put my money why my mouth is.
Actually Kofi was his manager. He started as Ajose's agent but became his manager a bit before the Jo Jo Dan debacle.

Olu you do misrepresent Ajose. Ajose is a laid back dude - nice, funny, generous - everybody who meets him likes him. He is confident but he is not arrogant. When you come on here and claim to be a part of his team, with such over-the-top arrogance and close-mindedness, it reflects poorly on Ajose. Yes, I fully believe that Ajose could be any light welter in the world. WHat he needs is more support. Do you really think the way you respond is the best way to garner him support? There are ways to stick up for your guy without making everyone roll their eyes.

Ajose has had an incredibly rough go of it, but he is a self-made man, has overcome poverty and obstacles that most people cannot fathom, and continues to work hard to make a living and accomplish his dreams. I find it rather vile for you to try and ride on his coattails and make yourself feel important with all the "we haven't made a decision" "it's a delicate situation and I can't reveal more"... and don't worry, I don't think Ajose is exactly eager for you to "rejoin" his team.
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Old 06-05-2012, 05:32 AM   #188
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What has nationality got to do with it or are Nigerians not entitled to make a mark in boxing shit for brains moron. You cannot even spell Puerto Rico.
Not to defend him but Cotto had the right promoter and being a Puerto Rican boxer does have it's benefits in America and he does make exciting fights too. They should follow the rules though still just so I am not misunderstood. Could Ajose of gone to America like Sam Peter did?

Witter's style had similar problems in his career too and yet you were accusing him of ducking Ajose so you are over biased for him which I guess is understandable since you worked with him.
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:46 AM   #189
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Apologies to all. I have been on the road and so busy today. Now I can respond.
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:49 AM   #190
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Apologies to all. I have been on the road and so busy today. Now I can respond.
Let's settle this shit right now.

OK Olu is you're really involved in Ajose's camp, answer me this:

Does he prefer

Gravy or No Gravy?
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:55 AM   #191
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Can you tell me where I can acquire a copy of each fight Ajose Olusegun had to reach the Olympics because I want to see these amazing fighters Africa has but haven't made a big an impact on the World of Boxing that he has???????

I could win the African title!
Mr E you can check youtube for his fights in the Sydney Olympics particularly the contest against Ricardo Williams.

In a later post you accuse of playing the race card. I don't know what you mean but I will deal with that separately in my response to that post. In your post I am responding you question the talent of African fighter and I quote " I want to see the amazing fighters Africa has....

"I could win the African title!"

Maybe I am missing the point but you are being disrespectful to the fighters from this continent which has produced many fine fighters like Kid Akeem Anifowoshe, Dick Tiger, Hogan the Kid Bassey (may their souls rest in perfect peace), Azumah Nelson, the Kotey's of Ghana, Ike Quartey etc. You don't like my biased support for the talents of Ajose Olusegun. That is fine as I certainly will not be changing my opinion and I have no qualms with others having a different view after all it adds to the gaiety of the nation. However you should not disrespect a whole country or continent that has produced many fine fighters. Shame on you especially being a fellow Black man. Very dissapointing
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:17 AM   #192
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Actually Kofi was his manager. He started as Ajose's agent but became his manager a bit before the Jo Jo Dan debacle.

Olu you do misrepresent Ajose. Ajose is a laid back dude - nice, funny, generous - everybody who meets him likes him. He is confident but he is not arrogant. When you come on here and claim to be a part of his team, with such over-the-top arrogance and close-mindedness, it reflects poorly on Ajose. Yes, I fully believe that Ajose could be any light welter in the world. WHat he needs is more support. Do you really think the way you respond is the best way to garner him support? There are ways to stick up for your guy without making everyone roll their eyes.

Ajose has had an incredibly rough go of it, but he is a self-made man, has overcome poverty and obstacles that most people cannot fathom, and continues to work hard to make a living and accomplish his dreams. I find it rather vile for you to try and ride on his coattails and make yourself feel important with all the "we haven't made a decision" "it's a delicate situation and I can't reveal more"... and don't worry, I don't think Ajose is exactly eager for you to "rejoin" his team.
Bambino I will treat you with respect because from your posts I realise that you are a fan of Ajose so I cannot have a problem with you.
We are certainly in agreement that Ajose can beat any light welterweight in the world. This is a view I have had for the last 8 years. In fact I am also of the view he can take anyone at Welterweight as well.

Everybody who meets him well 99% of those that meet him like him. He is a nice humble respectful man. I agree he has had an incredible hard road in fact frankly I am sure you would agree that people cannot fathom the half of it. Lots of people abuse on here which is their prerogative but I will always stick up for Ajose especially against uninformed crap. He has been far from a protected fighter. If anything he has become an avoided fighter which is what is happening again after he became the mandatory contender. This makes my blood boil literally.

The gentleman who was his agent I agree I don't believe became his manager at some point but that is irrelevant.

I hang on nobody's coattails so please get that right.

The fact is I have been part of his team until I could not any longer due vto my business committments though I have always been available as required. Whether I take an active role again or not I am not prepared to allow him to get shafted again. Enough is enough Bambino. It really is. I remember a former British world champion telling how much he loved boxing as a young man and he knew the top 30 fighters in the division. When he became champion he did not know his number 1 contender so fed was he with the politics of boxing. I hate this crap.
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:21 AM   #193
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Bambino I will treat you with respect because from your posts I realise that you are a fan of Ajose so I cannot have a problem with you.
We are certainly in agreement that Ajose can beat any light welterweight in the world. This is a view I have had for the last 8 years. In fact I am also of the view he can take anyone at Welterweight as well.

Everybody who meets him well 99% of those that meet him like him. He is a nice humble respectful man. I agree he has had an incredible hard road in fact frankly I am sure you would agree that people cannot fathom the half of it. Lots of people abuse on here which is their prerogative but I will always stick up for Ajose especially against uninformed crap. He has been far from a protected fighter. If anything he has become an avoided fighter which is what is happening again after he became the mandatory contender. This makes my blood boil literally.

The gentleman who was his agent I agree I don't believe became his manager at some point but that is irrelevant.

I hang on nobody's coattails so please get that right.

The fact is I have been part of his team until I could not any longer due vto my business committments though I have always been available as required. Whether I take an active role again or not I am not prepared to allow him to get shafted again. Enough is enough Bambino. It really is. I remember a former British world champion telling how much he loved boxing as a young man and he knew the top 30 fighters in the division. When he became champion he did not know his number 1 contender so fed was he with the politics of boxing. I hate this crap.


i literally laughed at this
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:23 AM   #194
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Old 06-05-2012, 11:30 AM   #195
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I will refrain from revaling the source of the PM I have receieved but it seems that Mr Olu has a habit of playing the race card.

What a shame for him then that my father and mother come from the beautiful Barbados.

In this thread this Olu has revealed that he has delusions regarding Ajose Olusegun and possible delusions of granduer regarding his role within the fighter's camp.

It also seems, from some of the posts on here and the PM I received, that you have been putting up with him for nearly 5 nears: I feel for you.
Mr E there you go about the race card again when you are the one denigrating African fighters and Nigeria in your previous post. I am not going to bother listing the fine fighters that have come from Africa and Nigeria that have won world titles and commonwealth amongst other titles.

Despite your provocation I will not say anything negative about Barbados and agree it is beautiful though it is not one of the countries I have been to on my various travels. Far be it from me to say anything negative about the land of your parents. Pehaps you should reflect on that before denigrating another country and continent.

For the record I am a big fan of Puerto Rico fighters. Fellix Trinidad, Wilfredo Benitez and Miguel Cotto are particular favourites of mine from that great boxing nation. I have said it before and I will say it again if I had a son and he boxed I would want him to fight just like Miguel Cotto who there is a lot to admire in both as a man and as a fighter.

Also the African title is not akin to the Southern Area title worthy as that belt obviously is it is more akin to the European title as a title for the whole continent.

Finally you can have your issues with me that is your prerogative however one of us will be proved right or wrong when Ajose fiights for the title. I rest my case.
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