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Old 04-19-2008, 04:59 AM   #16
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I loved Naz at his peak, but he showed what he was by ducking out after his loss. One nothing fight and when his swing for the fences style (that he had adopted instead of what made him great) did nothing he got pissed off with the fans. He then quit the sport without ever trying to redeem his loss and thus gave people the ammo to say he was hype etc when he was not.

I also can never get my ahead around how a pro athlete can look themselves in the mirror as an obese wreck when they are only in their 30's.
Agree with just about every word of that.
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Old 04-19-2008, 05:10 AM   #17
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He just got interviewed again.

Naz got asked about a comeback, said he ain't ruling it out.

Then the Interviewer said 'Naz has still got fire in his belly and that's a big belly now'

He said 'After 21 years of training, after 21 years of killing myself, I'm raising three children, and of course I'm eating'

Great interview, was on good form.
i think he deserves to eat a few lamb bhuna's now
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Old 04-19-2008, 07:54 AM   #18
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Im 6 foot tall, 14 stone & 35 years old.

I should be about 12 & a half stone, but to be honest I just cant find the willpower to burn off my excess weight! I had to almost starve myself to get to 12 stone for my sisters wedding last year, as Alex ferguson says, when you reach your mid 30's its the 'thickening stage' & I have to agree with the old cunt!

Im eating in sypathy with Naseem Hamed.
Your sister made you make super middle for her wedding?
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Old 04-19-2008, 08:15 AM   #19
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Old 04-19-2008, 08:18 AM   #20
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So why is he so ****ing fat now?
He's on the Danny Williams diet.
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Old 04-19-2008, 08:21 AM   #21
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Who said prison food is shite?
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Old 04-19-2008, 09:01 AM   #22
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He looks like an Arab James Toney
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Old 04-19-2008, 09:01 AM   #23
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Great interview. Still a dick head, still intensly dislikeable but now very fat. Maybe he should boil down and fight John McDermott?
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Barrera looked a bit podgy at the weigh in yesterday. maybe they can have a rematch at a catchweight - say 165.
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Im 6 foot tall, 14 stone & 35 years old.

I should be about 12 & a half stone, but to be honest I just cant find the willpower to burn off my excess weight! I had to almost starve myself to get to 12 stone for my sisters wedding last year, as Alex ferguson says, when you reach your mid 30's its the 'thickening stage' & I have to agree with the old cunt!

Im eating in sypathy with Naseem Hamed.
Tell me about it Im 5 11, 14 stone and 33 years old.

I am running in a 10k fun run in 5 weeks and have decided to burn of the comfort fat, get down to 12 stone (my weight when I was last single 3.5 years ago!) and get myself fit.

Apparently 10ks in an hour is fairly respectable. Yesterday on my first day of training I ran/walked for an hour and did 4.76ks, today I managed 5.3 in an hour but now Im so stiff I can hardly get of the couch.

In my 20s when I put the effort in to losing a few pounds the weight just fell of me but I suspect its going to be a lot bloody harder this time. I have heap of 32 inch waist clothes that Ive not worn in a couple of years that Im determined to fit into once more!
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Tell me about it Im 5 11, 14 stone and 33 years old.

I am running in a 10k fun run in 5 weeks and have decided to burn of the comfort fat, get down to 12 stone (my weight when I was last single 3.5 years ago!) and get myself fit.

Apparently 10ks in an hour is fairly respectable. Yesterday on my first day of training I ran/walked for an hour and did 4.76ks, today I managed 5.3 in an hour but now Im so stiff I can hardly get of the couch.

In my 20s when I put the effort in to losing a few pounds the weight just fell of me but I suspect its going to be a lot bloody harder this time. I have heap of 32 inch waist clothes that Ive not worn in a couple of years that Im determined to fit into once more!
That post made me laugh, you sound like the aberdonian version of me

& to make you happier, after I made my post last night I jumped onto the scales today as I hadnt weighed myself in a while... 14 & a half stone

Im terrible, I have trousers that have been in my drawers for years, that I wont let the missus throw out, cos everytime she says, "these dont fit you anymore Dunk, can I take them to the charity shop?" I meet her with a steely glare & say "NO WAY. I will shift the weight & get back into those clothes. They give me motivation to diet" & the sad thing is, I really mean it when I say it at the time! Good luck to you though Girv, when you have something to aim for it can be done. Its the keeping the weight off after you have lost it that is the problem I find!

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Your sister made you make super middle for her wedding?
nah my good man, I made myself lose the weight! Theres nothing worse than meeting family you havent seen for years & them saying "my goodness, you have got bigger!" **** that shit Gaz OC. Sad thing is though, even although I lost a pile of weight by cutting out eating at night & stuff, I still got met with "look at the size of you now, you have filled out!" style quotes, just cos many people who hadnt seen me since I was 18 years young expected me to look the same weight I was when I was a teenager, at the ripe old age of 34!

Thats how I can symapthise with Naz, cos hes a year younger than me & people think he should look the same way he was when he was a ****y teenager...
As Naz said, hes older now & does the eating, dont we all!
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