Australian Boxing/SM Memorial thread

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  1. juppity

    juppity Boxing Addict Full Member

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    WBO no 9 Hobart Luke Jackson 126 lbs training hard for his fight with Humberto de Santiago at West Point Casino April 27.

     
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    3 Aussie men and 4 women through to semi-finals on friday:

    Men
    60 kg - Harry Garside.
    81 kg - Clay Waterman.
    91 kg - Jason Whateley.

    Women
    51 kg - Taylor Robertson
    57 kg - Skye Nicholson
    60 kg - Anja Stridsman
    75 kg - Caitlin Parker

    Hopefully Friday 13th will be their lucky day.
     
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  3. MidniteProwler

    MidniteProwler Fab 4 Full Member

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    George Kambosos Jnr has signed with Dibella and will make his US debut on May 5th.
     
  4. juppity

    juppity Boxing Addict Full Member

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    George has nothing else to prove in Aust. He would destroy Kyle Mackenzie. Hopefully George can become as popular as Michael Katsidis was and do Aust proud on the world stage.
     
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  5. Mr Icaman

    Mr Icaman 28-0 WBC Peoples Champ + Lineal Full Member

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    Yes it would be nice to have a world class Australian boxer that MP actually likes..
     
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    MidniteProwler Fab 4 Full Member

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    I am a fan of Kambosos I like his work.
     
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    Mr Icaman 28-0 WBC Peoples Champ + Lineal Full Member

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    I know thats why I said it..
     
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    Cameroon's 5 boxers from the Commonwealth Games have all done a runner.

    They will probably be seen training in a gym near you very shortly. Just like the ones who did a runner back in 2006 were.
     
  9. JOSEY WALES

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    Australian Sakio Bika setting the bar for his former fellow countrymen and you can't blame these Athletes really as they probably all saw in the media what Sakio achieved , married a beautiful woman , nice family , millionaire etc if they are prepared to travel the world getting their heads bashed in then the world and possibly a world championship title could be in their future .
     
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  10. IntentionalButt

    IntentionalButt Tyler went away. Tyler's gone. Staff Member

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    Anybody potentially knocking on this door? :deal:

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    Can't say I know much about the defectors of 2018 yet, but I know the class of 2006 did okay for themselves without approaching what Sakio Bika achieved:

    Rivan Cesaire 16-5-1
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    Serge Yannick 17-4
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    Eric Anaba 3-7-3
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    Charles Njock 2-5-1
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    Yannick won an Australian title. Cesaire still holds one and is the draw on Jeff Horn's record. Both had some handy wins.
     
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    Today's Commonwealth Games semi-final timetable :

    Men
    2.17 pm : 60 kg - Harry Garside vs Michael McDonagh (Wales)
    3.02 pm : 91 kg - Jason Whateley vs Naman Tanwar (India)
    9.02 pm : 81 kg - Clay Waterman vs Sammy Lee (Wales)

    Women
    12.02 pm : 51 kg - Taylor Robertson vs Lisa Whiteside (England)
    12.32 pm : 60 kg - Anja Stridsman vs Troy Garton (NZ)
    6.47 pm : 57 kg - Skye Nicholson vs Sabrina Aubin-Boucher (Canada)
    7.02 pm : 75 kg - Caitlin Parker vs Millicent Agboegbulem (Nigeria)

    Hopefully Friday 13th proves lucky.
     
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  13. juppity

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    Renold Quinlan fight in Uzbekistan is off and Quinlan will as scheduled return against Mark Lucas 9 - 0 3 ko
    160 lbs at The Star 24 May.
     
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    Boxers from Rwanda, Uganda and Cameroon are thought to have gone missing from the Commonwealth Games village. So local ranks may well be bolstered.

    This trend of athletes going missing and overstaying their visas is nothing new. More than 100 athletes overstayed their visas following the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
     
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    RESULT
    Women 51 kg - Taylor Robertson LOST to Lisa Whiteside (England) split decision 2:3
    Robertson wins Bronze medal
     

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