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Old 03-25-2013, 11:06 PM   #376
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Sox, sorry to correct you but Geale only has one belt atm. He gave up the other one to fight Mundine.
Geale has won 2 genuine belts.

I'm not interested in the shit the WBA pulled on Geale.

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Old 03-26-2013, 10:54 AM   #377
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Shaw sent Lacy for all the marbles and look how that panned out for all concerned , he could keep Geale fighting the Mundines and Solimans of the world for another five years before cashing him out . Who is Geale likely to fight next in your opinions lads ? I will be very surprised if its a top five ranked fighter , it will IMO probably be another soft fight v Mundine for a cash dash and then Sam Soliman , I see Daniel being tied up for at least another two years defending down under at Shaws request . The only plus from thus will be you get to see him live on a regular basis .
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Old 03-26-2013, 10:58 AM   #378
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geale has won 2 genuine belts.

I'm not interested in the shit the wbo pulled on geale.
wbo ?
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Old 03-26-2013, 05:02 PM   #379
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Shaw sent Lacy for all the marbles and look how that panned out for all concerned , he could keep Geale fighting the Mundines and Solimans of the world for another five years before cashing him out . Who is Geale likely to fight next in your opinions lads ? I will be very surprised if its a top five ranked fighter , it will IMO probably be another soft fight v Mundine for a cash dash and then Sam Soliman , I see Daniel being tied up for at least another two years defending down under at Shaws request . The only plus from thus will be you get to see him live on a regular basis .

Gotta agree Josey... Geale isn't fighting any big big names in the near future IMO
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Shaw sent Lacy for all the marbles and look how that panned out for all concerned , he could keep Geale fighting the Mundines and Solimans of the world for another five years before cashing him out . Who is Geale likely to fight next in your opinions lads ?
Probably Soliman if the drug thing pans out well.

If it doesn't, I have no idea. Let's hope it's something big.
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I will be very surprised if its a top five ranked fighter , it will IMO probably be another soft fight v Mundine for a cash dash and then Sam Soliman , I see Daniel being tied up for at least another two years defending down under at Shaws request .
Why do you think that?
They're chasing the best and grabbed 2 real straps so far, why wouldn't you think they go further?

You know as well as I do it's hard to get the big fights, timing and $$ and all the rest of the political shit.

Geale is the real deal mate, don't forget it.
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The only plus from thus will be you get to see him live on a regular basis .
That would be nice, but not necessary.
I'm happy to see him in the big fights anywhere.
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wbo ?
You know what I meant.
May as well be the WWF.
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Gotta agree Josey... Geale isn't fighting any big big names in the near future IMO
Why do you think that?
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Why do you think that?
Because he is a Butthurt-Mundine-Die-Hard-Fan
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Because he is a Butthurt-Mundine-Die-Hard-Fan
Because he hasn't so far, he has been happy to fight a bunch of no bodies since he won the belt, Sturm excluded but even Sturm isn;t a big name.... just going on form..
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Because he hasn't so far, he has been happy to fight a bunch of no bodies since he won the belt, Sturm excluded but even Sturm isn;t a big name.... just going on form..
Sturm was the WBA champion for years with about 12 successful defences, and also held the WBA super champion title.

Felix Sturm was a big name until Daniel Geale got a hold of him.
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Sturm was the WBA champion for years with about 12 successful defences, and also held the WBA super champion title.

Felix Sturm was a big name until Daniel Geale got a hold of him.
He was a massively protected species, not saying that he wasn't a decent fighter, but even Soliman beat him.
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He was a massively protected species, not saying that he wasn't a decent fighter, but even Soliman beat him.
We were discussing Geale fighting big names and you said Sturm wasn't a big name. All I'm saying is Sturm was a big name until Geale got to him.
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We were discussing Geale fighting big names and you said Sturm wasn't a big name. All I'm saying is Sturm was a big name until Geale got to him.
Im not talking about blokes in Germany... If he hadn't fought DLH no one would know who the guy is.
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Im not talking about blokes in Germany... If he hadn't fought DLH no one would know who the guy is.
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Because he hasn't so far, he has been happy to fight a bunch of no bodies since he won the belt, Sturm excluded but even Sturm isn;t a big name.... just going on form..
So only big names in the US count then
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So only big names in the US count then
You know what I'm trying to say.

A big name in Boxing. I want him in Mega fights, anything short of that when he is at his peak isn't acceptable, he had 2 belts, He should be fighting the best of the best
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You know what I'm trying to say.

A big name in Boxing. I want him in Mega fights, anything short of that when he is at his peak isn't acceptable, he had 2 belts, He should be fighting the best of the best
We all want Geale to fight the big names, the mega fights, but don't try and claim Sturm wasn't a big name.
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