Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by stiflers mum, Mar 3, 2018.
dribble dribble, lol.
typical that u don't realise your hate rubbish stops anybody trying to have a normal discussion.
and the fact u have bombarded the topic with footy player ramblings, lol.
gallen has more boxing knowledge in his small toe than u ever will u cry baby.
i don't think the guy needs u to fight his battles, he can think and comment for himself but go ahead and see how many troops u can get on your side u dummy, lol.
" The guy " Did comment for himself and made you look a bigger tool than you normally look.simply by stating FACTS as he's got access to such FACTS unlike yourself , hence your lack of a retorte .
you're only going to tell the version that makes browne look good and not tell it how it is imo which i can see why.
a win is a win but he beat a way past it chagaev who was one of the weakest champions in recent times. u guys r starting to make it sound like lucas beat tyson and ali on the same night, lol.
and maybe if meehan had actually trained for the walker fight it would be a different story. he looked pregnant he was so out of shape but i don't expect u to acknowledge that.
look at u trying to act like a heavy, pmsl.
u r so cool, lol.
I’m telling you exactly how it was. He was offered absolutely derisory money to fight Haumono and earned around three times that to make his UK debut.
Chagaev was a fantastic boxer. Beat Felix Savon in the amateurs who’s record was something like 250 wins and 5 or 6 losses , not to mention won gold in the World Championships. Excellent pro career, only losing to Klitschko, Povetkin and Browne. No doubt he was long in the tooth but I don’t remember ANYONE thinking it would be easy for Browne after he bowled over Pianeta in under a round.
Meehan not training is on him. Like Browne being out of shape for Whyte. That’s on him too. Not sure what you’re chasing there.
you mentioned meehan to make your point and i made it clear u told half a story which suited u and were not telling it how it is, lol. but u won't acknowledge that of course.
Nah , Heavy was what you tried to look when you posted up pics on here of yourself in an Aussie rules footy kit .aged 40 plus farking Bozo . ROLMFAO
I mentioned Walker as he’s fought three of the four of the guys you mentioned. You mentioned Meehan when he was never on the radar for Browne... ever. He was just 2kg lighter for Parker than he was for Walker for what it’s worth. So make of that what you will.
As I mentioned a good few posts back, I’m not desperate to convince you Browne beats those guys. Think what you want, that’s surely what this place is all about.
But to say Browne ducked any of them is laughable and far from accurate. Have a good one.
* Will Tomlinson Wildfighter Promotions returns with Jason Whateley vs Aaron Russell Geelong April 17.
* Steven Spark can't find a match at 140 lbs and considering a move to 147 lb. Sparks vs Brubaker sounds alright on Tszyu vs Hogan undercard.
* Aust LHW Champ Conor Wallace vs Leti Leti April 10.
We've got some really good Australian boxing coming up beginning with Junior Tszyu v Dennis Hogan plus undercard in Newcastle on 31 March. We've also got Michael Zerafa v The Man coming up on 13 March in Bendigo.
The 10 April show on the Gold Coast is looking really good. Looking forward to seeing that Irish Light Heavy for the first time plus the national welterweight title fight plus that other good young heavyweight we've got plus the return of Justis Huni (was he ever really gone?). Can't wait.
Then there's Paul Gallen v Lucas Browne (presumably in Sydney) on 21 April & the Canberra show on 24 April featuring Brock Jarvis, Arsene Fosso & the Headsplitter. Hopefully there will be plenty of others getting opportunities on those shows.
The first three months of the year have been a little slow for my liking, local content wise. Which doesn't make a lot of sense given the relative lack of action on the domestic sporting front (tennis aside) and the fact that I reckon boxing would do well as a summer sport here.
It might be something Foxtel considers giving a try next year instead of going into hibernation. Not complaining about their coverage of the sport which has been great but I think there's an unexplored window of opportunity there for local boxing.
WTF are you on about you demented freak?
that's very interesting but i don't like aerial pingpong, i don't own an afl jumper and i've never posted a picture on here but carry on with your amazing story u old fool, lol.
i won't be expecting an admission of u being deluded any time soon.
i wonder why meehan was never on the radar for browne, possibly cause he have ko'd browne conviningly, lol.
2kg? doesn't mean he was in shape. vs parker was more than 10years after he was in his prime most likely so i don't know what this point is for tbh.
enjoy your day too sir.