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Old 08-04-2014, 01:54 PM   #61
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Why should he give Galahad rated by no one a chance? He's hoping for LSC or frampton unification.

Galahad's got tyson cave next so he should be top 10 WBA after that- then they can fight.
I see your a quigg defender lmfao your going to be very busy over the next year
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Old 08-04-2014, 02:38 PM   #62
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I see your a quigg defender lmfao your going to be very busy over the next year
No I'm a realist and don't expect things in boxing that just aren't going to happen.
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Old 08-04-2014, 02:42 PM   #63
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No I'm a realist and don't expect things in boxing that just aren't going to happen.
So you expect quigg to fight fair trade farmers all his life, well seems you have very low expectations for him
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Old 08-04-2014, 02:54 PM   #64
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So you expect quigg to fight fair trade farmers all his life, well seems you have very low expectations for him
lol no I expect him to have big fights with Frampton and LSC. those fights can't happen right now so its unfair to criticise him.

Ppl should just admit they are biased against him cos hearn hypes him up as a 'world' champion.

lets face it no other mid level super bantam gets the criticism Quigg does,
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Old 08-04-2014, 02:58 PM   #65
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It's just because all the frampton fans are bitter for some reason mate, maybe the world title thing but they are totally one sided and seem to have a lot if hatred towards quigg. The only positive to think is something must really bother them if they can be arsed typing so much hateful stuff
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Old 08-04-2014, 03:02 PM   #66
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lol no I expect him to have big fights with Frampton and LSC. those fights can't happen right now so its unfair to criticise him.

Ppl should just admit they are biased against him cos hearn hypes him up as a 'world' champion.

lets face it no other mid level super bantam gets the criticism Quigg does,
Why can't he fight lsc he doesn't have a fights scheduled

And didn't Hearn say that frampton should forget about kiko and lsc because hearn would get them first?

Fact is Hearn is going to have to bow to framptons demands once he is a real world champion as he doesn't need quigg so if they want to make that fight Hearn is going to have to cough up some serious cash if he wants the fight in Manchester and I mean million+ serious, or send quigg over to Belfast and leave him fight for peanuts

His in the exact same situation when it comes to lsc

The division is moving and and so is frampton while quigg is standing still or going backwards
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Old 08-04-2014, 03:05 PM   #67
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I'm fairly sure quigg only has 1 more fight under Hearn....
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Old 08-04-2014, 03:08 PM   #68
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I'm fairly sure quigg only has 1 more fight under Hearn....
So you think he will leave hearn
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Old 08-04-2014, 03:12 PM   #69
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So you think he will leave hearn
Where's he going to go, he's not a massive name and fighting on sky is his best bet as he's meant to be paid pretty well
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Where's he going to go, he's not a massive name and fighting on sky is his best bet as he's meant to be paid pretty well
Then why did sharpy comment he has only one fight left with Hearn?
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Old 08-04-2014, 03:50 PM   #71
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He might leave Hearn if his career takes the direction brooks has done. I've heard he spent a lot of time with roach whilst in America I know exactly what I'd do if I were him
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He might leave Hearn if his career takes the direction brooks has done. I've heard he spent a lot of time with roach whilst in America I know exactly what I'd do if I were him
Roach would be a great trainer for quigg, but roach has a lot of fighters to take care of he might not have time

And golden boy already have a 122 pounder lsc and if he joins too rank he will just be fed to rigo
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Old 08-04-2014, 03:54 PM   #73
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I won't mind if Quigg doesn't fight LSC Rigondeaux or Frampton, why can't he fight a top guy all the same like Avolas, Terrazez, Vargas even Agbeko would be decent. I'm just sick of him fighting not even top contenders like Salinas and Munyai.
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I won't mind if Quigg doesn't fight LSC Rigondeaux or Frampton, why can't he fight a top guy all the same like Avolas, Terrazez, Vargas even Agbeko would be decent. I'm just sick of him fighting not even top contenders like Salinas and Munyai.
The Argentinian guy he faught was worse than them and I. Fairness e couldn't beat a journeyman like salinas
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Old 08-04-2014, 04:25 PM   #75
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To be fair munyai wasn't that bad an opponent on paper he just hadn't been fighting regularly enough and salinas was credible enough I have no issues with salinas he had a very good amateur record quigg just started too slow that night. However at the point he's at now if he doesn't start fighting the top guys he will never improve. I heard a rumour if terazzas but that was a good 6 weeks ago and that never materialised. The thing that I hate about boxing is that the fighters with the big promoters and the belts always get notice for fights and no one ever seems to mention this. For example if there is a champ on our shores whether he be British euro or whatever if they box on a big network like sky they will know exactly what date they are fighting a long time before. If someone who holds the commonwealth belt for example knows he is boxing in 12 weeks he has loads of prep time, then the guy they end up fighting usually gets 4-8 weeks notice at the most and it seems very unfair. The champs basically get an extended camp over an opponent that is usually at least a level below them
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