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Old 03-14-2013, 05:37 PM   #4531
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corrie sanders and ross puritty would disagree.

lewis refused the rematch.
And Chris Byrd would disagree with them. Considering he's the far more accomplished and greater fighter his word would carry more weight.

Damn, you poor nuthuggers can't win ANY argument!
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Old 03-14-2013, 06:09 PM   #4532
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im totally serious. I'd get KTFO in a round for 50m.

the trainer take 10% promoter takes 10% after taxes you are left with about $15-$20m if you are lucky. if I have 20k in the bank . . . hell hey I jump at it. but if I already had about 10x that and already planned on retired probably not. stupid vit****s act like boxing is like accounting. If your heart is not in the game no more it is better to walk away than risk getting multiple thumbs in the face and almost lose an eye. Boxing is a hurt business . . . to paraphrase Ricky Hatton: "we are not playing tiddly winks in there"
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Old 03-14-2013, 07:29 PM   #4533
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And Chris Byrd would disagree with them. Considering he's the far more accomplished and greater fighter his word would carry more weight.

Damn, you poor nuthuggers can't win ANY argument!
why would byrd disagree? losing every round against Vitali probably doesn't give him much of an argument unlike Corrie who put Wlad on the canvas.

and by the way,
corrie > byrd.
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Old 03-14-2013, 07:45 PM   #4534
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why would byrd disagree? losing every round against Vitali probably doesn't give him much of an argument unlike Corrie who put Wlad on the canvas.

and by the way,
corrie > byrd.
First off he didn't lose every round. Second, all the rounds were close. Third, he made Vittles quit. Fourth, it was on less than 2 weeks notice on a different continent. Fifth, Vits didn't want a rematch, which seems to be the end all of arguments to klit fans.

And forget about Sanders > Byrd. Corrie beat exactly ONE top 10 fighter his entire career.
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Old 03-15-2013, 01:06 AM   #4535
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Byrd won against Vitali and did not get enough credit for this win.

Byrd was a very smart and skilled boxer but without punching power for a Heavyweight and he made Vitali quit.

Vitali´s punches missed, he was frustrated and after 9 rounds he quit. This big man quit against a "little" fighter for a Heavyweight with less punching power.

If he was so dominated and not in danger he could have made it for 3 rounds with one arm. Holyfield had an injury against Byrd too and he fought on.
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Old 03-15-2013, 01:40 AM   #4536
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Byrd won against Vitali and did not get enough credit for this win.

Byrd was a very smart and skilled boxer but without punching power for a Heavyweight and he made Vitali quit.

Vitali´s punches missed, he was frustrated and after 9 rounds he quit. This big man quit against a "little" fighter for a Heavyweight with less punching power.

If he was so dominated and not in danger he could have made it for 3 rounds with one arm. Holyfield had an injury against Byrd too and he fought on.
Vitali dominated Byrd. Professional judges scored for Vitali:
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Old 03-15-2013, 01:41 AM   #4537
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First off he didn't lose every round. Second, all the rounds were close. Third, he made Vittles quit. Fourth, it was on less than 2 weeks notice on a different continent. Fifth, Vits didn't want a rematch, which seems to be the end all of arguments to klit fans.
Grasping to the straws again? Vitali dominated Byrd.
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Old 03-15-2013, 02:43 AM   #4538
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Grasping to the straws again? Vitali dominated Byrd.
Quit and never rematched.
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Old 03-15-2013, 05:44 AM   #4539
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Vitali dominated Byrd.
Yeah, while losing in the process.
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Old 03-15-2013, 07:10 AM   #4540
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im totally serious. I'd get KTFO in a round for 50m.
Probably by a pawing, rangefinder jab.

I'd pay to watch that.
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Old 03-15-2013, 07:15 AM   #4541
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Ok I want to say something to all the people who are so afraid to say that Klitschko lost fair and square against both Byrd and Lewis.


1. If he dominated the fight like you said he does why did he QUIT when there was just a couple of rounds left? Can you imagine Muhammad Ali quitting willingly like that?

2. A punch made his face look like the inside of a tomato can. Do you really think it was stopped prematurley? If the fight had gone on he would probably never have fought again and would get stopped because his eye would be out of his socket.


3. And if a rematch would of taken place don't you think Lewis would of trained alot harder for it then he did for the initial match now when he knew that Vitali meant buisness?
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Old 03-15-2013, 10:37 AM   #4542
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Ok I want to say something to all the people who are so afraid to say that Klitschko lost fair and square against both Byrd and Lewis.


1. If he dominated the fight like you said he does why did he QUIT when there was just a couple of rounds left? Can you imagine Muhammad Ali quitting willingly like that?
Because his rotator cuff was totally ****ed up and he would of been risking his career by continuing to fight.

By your logic Solis lost fair and square to Vitali but personally I considered it an even fight until his knee blew out.

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2. A punch made his face look like the inside of a tomato can. Do you really think it was stopped prematurley? If the fight had gone on he would probably never have fought again and would get stopped because his eye would be out of his socket.
I don't think the fight was stopped prematurely, I just think Vitali would beat Lewis eight or nine times out of ten.

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3. And if a rematch would of taken place don't you think Lewis would of trained alot harder for it then he did for the initial match now when he knew that Vitali meant buisness?
The only thing that saved Lewis was opening a cut early in the fight. Can he do that every time he fights Vitali? Don't think so and neither did Lewis.
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Old 03-15-2013, 11:50 AM   #4543
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Lewis refused the rematch
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Old 03-15-2013, 03:09 PM   #4544
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Lewis refused the rematch
. . . the guy retired, Vittles could not get the job done against a vulnerable ATG . . . TKO6 *****
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Old 03-15-2013, 03:52 PM   #4545
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Here's a question. When Adamek beat Chambers all I heard is that Chambers would of won if he hadn't injured his arm early in the fight.

Was Adamek's win legit or not?
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