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Old 04-02-2013, 11:29 PM   #1
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Default Don't get me wrong I would have loved for Rios to have won but...

...losing is not such a bad thing at this point of his career. It will stir a fire and passion in Rios even higher and more intense than before. A passionate, motivated and on fire Rios is a man to fear. Even more than he already is.
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Old 04-02-2013, 11:45 PM   #2
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I think HBO is learning what the MMA folks sponsering the Pride fighting championships in Japan learned. You bring back exciting fighters. Putting it in a boxing context. Who do you bring back, the counter puncher that waited all fight for his opening or the guy that brought the fight to him? The counter puncher enjoys an advantage he shouldn't have in pro boxing where you should be willing to initiate your fair share of the action. This was a great back and forth fight. Only the people with money on the fight care about the win/loss angle in something like this.
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This is true. He seemed unfocused on boxing lately and he has looked extremely.out of shape between fights. Hopefully the loss has humbled him and reignited the fire in him to push himself harder. If he disciplines himself more then he'll look great in his comeback.
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This is true. He seemed unfocused on boxing lately and he has looked extremely.out of shape between fights. Hopefully the loss has humbled him and reignited the fire in him to push himself harder. If he disciplines himself more then he'll look great in his comeback.

Brandon never lost focus and never exceeds a set weight between fights. Brandon is by nature a humble person except when it comes to his boxing skills. He believes in himself.
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I think Rios will win the rematch by knockout.....................
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Brandon never lost focus and never exceeds a set weight between fights. Brandon is by nature a humble person except when it comes to his boxing skills. He believes in himself.
He's a fraud who got exposed and one day he will speak with a slur and it will be justice for making fun of Roach
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