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Old 03-27-2013, 10:26 PM   #31
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A 'boxer' beats a 'puncher' everyday unless the puncher has the stamina to be a threat every single minute of every single round IMO.
A rather crude generalization.

Nice to see some of our heavyweights having little trouble getting 'name' opponents. Haumono had McCall and ends up with Johnson. Leapai has already fought Johnson. Browne had Towers set and now has Toney. Who is Mark de Mori fighting in a couple of weeks time?
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Old 03-27-2013, 10:34 PM   #32
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TBA's as you know.

I think Mark is creating history fighting 3 times on his honeymoon though? Has any other fighter done that in history?

Anyway, on subject, of course a generalisation, there are exceptions to every single rule/stereotype etc.
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Old 03-27-2013, 10:40 PM   #33
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TBA's as you know.

I think Mark is creating history fighting 3 times on his honeymoon though? Has any other fighter done that in history?

Anyway, on subject, of course a generalisation, there are exceptions to every single rule/stereotype etc.
There are many exceptions to the statement you made , that's why 'everyday' was a crude generalization

Browne & Haumono have big fights set and Mark's been listed for weeks and doesn't even have an opponent by the look of things.
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mark has 3 fights, but still nobody listed for any of them. first one only 2 weeks away yeah?
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Old 03-27-2013, 11:22 PM   #35
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Macall next fight in Poland??
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Old 03-27-2013, 11:27 PM   #36
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hope haumono is working extra hard on his fitness cause Johnson can be extremely hard to hit.

good to see the step up, but bad choice of fighter stylewise.

there r plenty of other good fighters that don't possess that level of boxing ability that would have still tested him well.

needs a little luck I think.
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Macall next fight in Poland??
Against who?
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Old 03-27-2013, 11:38 PM   #38
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I hear general admission seats are priced at $70 and $100 and corporate tables with everything are 5g.
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I hear general admission seats are priced at $70 and $100 and corporate tables with everything are 5g.
Doesn't sound unreasonable when you consider that two of the headliners are US imports.
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Melbourne Convention & Exhibition centere ain't cheap either.
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Old 03-27-2013, 11:45 PM   #41
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Melbourne Convention & Exhibition centere ain't cheap either.
They will have to purpose build the area within the exhibition centre which is about the size of a small city. But any idea what the capacity they are aiming to build it to?
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They will have to purpose build the area. But any idea what the capacity is likely to be?
Checking its site would give you an idea. I'll check with promoter Amatruda.

Approx capacity 6,000. Tix available through [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] in a few days

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Any early noise from the kitchen regarding the corporates menu's for the evening ?
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Checking its site would give you an idea. I'll check with promoter Amatruda.

Approx capacity 6,000. Tix available through [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] in a few days
Would be great to see the place filled to the gills. Might encourage promoters into bringing more overseas imports.
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Any early noise from the kitchen regarding the corporates menu's for the evening ?
The joint is well known for excellent food, no matter if breakfast, brunch, lunch & dinner.
This being an afternoon show, it'll no doubt be late lunch sort of menu. I might push my luck & pressure co-promoter Brian Amatruda to spit it out

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