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Old 02-07-2013, 02:39 PM   #1
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Default The knock out / tko you most enjoyed seeing

...I'm talking about the fights you watched hoping to see someone lose! For me when De La Hoya beat Ricardo Mayorga, that was wonderful. The fact that he gave him a lesson in technique, and short piercing blows, how to operate behind a proper jab, was just perfect too.
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Old 02-07-2013, 02:53 PM   #2
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Marquez KO'ing pacquiao

He came into the third fight, which was a big fight, as a deep underdog then won but got robbed. It left a bad taste to see an old legend overcome the odds only to get robbed, so manny's propaganda machine could go on for another day.

I laugh out of joy each time this knockout comes on.
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:38 PM   #3
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Hopkins/Trinidad
Oscar/Vargas
Mosley/Margarito
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:54 PM   #4
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Marquez KO'ing pacquiao

He came into the third fight, which was a big fight, as a deep underdog then won but got robbed. It left a bad taste to see an old legend overcome the odds only to get robbed, so manny's propaganda machine could go on for another day.

I laugh out of joy each time this knockout comes on.
I agree with this. I was very excited when it happened.

Garcia-Khan also left me ecstatic. I like Garcia but Khan is probably my least favorite fighter out there and I love watching him get rocked.
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Old 02-07-2013, 04:00 PM   #5
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I agree with this. I was very excited when it happened.

Garcia-Khan also left me ecstatic. I like Garcia but Khan is probably my least favorite fighter out there and I love watching him get rocked.
We appear to have similar tastes in favorite knock outs then. I don't specifically dislike Khan, but the overrating of his abilities despite how flawed he is always annoys me.
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Marquez knocking out Pac.
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We appear to have similar tastes in favorite knock outs then. I don't specifically dislike Khan, but the overrating of his abilities despite how flawed he is always annoys me.
I greatly enjoyed him getting KO'd in 4 after complaining and blaming everyone but himself after the Peterson fight and saying how much better of a fighter he was.
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I agree with this. I was very excited when it happened.

Garcia-Khan also left me ecstatic. I like Garcia but Khan is probably my least favorite fighter out there and I love watching him get rocked.
This is a great shout. Khan seems like an ok lad, but he has been hyped beyond his abilities (way beyond his abilities) and he reminds me of Audley Harrison in so many ways. How many times can a fighter get blown out and then blame his corner, start with a new setup and announce that he's a much better fighter now?

"I'm still young" etc. Not a credible contender and never was - but there are people who still swear that he'll be a great champion.
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:12 PM   #9
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Hector Camacho's tko of Sugar Ray Leonard.

I didn't care for Camacho, but I absolutely despise Ray Leonard.
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:41 PM   #10
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douglas tyson was awesome

marquez 2 moths ago is one of the best kos ever
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Old 02-07-2013, 05:43 PM   #11
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I rarely come across guys I just can't learn to like, even a little, and specifically root against them. But, Toney versus Nunn was pretty sweet. Nunn stuck in my craw for some reason. I didn't like him. I didn't like his style. I didn't regard him as well as a lot of people at the time. I thought Toney was underrated, and I loved his style. The commentators were verbally blowing everything Nunn did and not acknowledging anything Toney was doing. They were making it sound like Toney was taking a beating while his gloves were getting shined. Then he turned a much smaller tide than made out to be and finally blasted Nunn. It was a brilliant outcome for me.
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:58 PM   #12
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Another one was Paul Ingle/Junior Jones. Excellent scrap and I was a big Ingle fan for absolutely no reason at all Great to see him pull it out after being dropped and hurt bad but came back to keep his title

Maskaev/Rahman II for the lulz also
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Corralas v Castillo for me
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Sorry didn't read it properly, I didn't dislike Castillo or wanted him to lose for any reason.. Just loved watching it
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robinson-fullmer is the best ko ever
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