Boxers Who Fought Opponents On Short Notice And Whooped They Ass???

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  1. LANCE99

    LANCE99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    He didn't whoop his ass....
     
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  2. Paranoid Android

    Paranoid Android Boxing Addict Full Member

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    @Pimp C

    Bro, you are literally THE ONLY PERSON that NOTICED and STARED AND STARED and have BEEN LOCKED IN on Inoue's crotch... Seriously, you're dying to come out, bro.

    Bro, it's okay, man. Just come out. You could be ESB's Jussie.

    :lol:
     
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  3. Pimp C

    Pimp C Trapper of The Year Full Member

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    Im not the one with a guy in avatar who's half naked now am i? Im not the one who in the lounge says things a straight man wouldn't say. Im not the one who years ago under a previous alt as Benjamin linus who made a thread in the old esb lounge about how much money would it take for you to suck another man's ****. **** off weirdo and post more pics of different eyes on your wall like you did back in the day.
     
  4. Longhhorn71

    Longhhorn71 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Ralph "Tiger Jones" put a bad whupping on Sugar Ray Robinson 2 weeks after SRR had fought. (Jones had last fought 7 weeks before).
    • Robinson was an 8-1 favorite.
    • There was a crowd of 7,282 at Chicago Stadium.
    • The gross gate was $27,419 and the net gate was $22,778.
    • Robinson was cut on the nose in round one and on the right eyelid in round two.
    • Jones landed 322 of 407 punches (57%) and Robinson landed 176 of 514 (34%).
    • The Associated Press reported: "The former welterweight and middleweight titleholder...who started his comeback after 30 months as a song-and-dance entertainer by kayoing Joe Rindone two weeks ago, was handed the worst beating of his career by Jones....Time and again, Tiger drove Robinson into the ropes and mauled him pitifully.
     
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  5. Rilz

    Rilz Boxing Addict Full Member

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    So he really isn't wearing too much more than boxers do in the ring. You are the only one sexualizing it. Is boxing a sexual act for you? Pull yourself together.
     
  6. ertwin

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    At least we all know now why you have such an obsession with black fighters. cause you re into bbc.
     
  7. Pimp C

    Pimp C Trapper of The Year Full Member

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    I just want him to be honest with himself if you or him swing that way so be it i don't. I just find it odd that a straight male would use that pic of inoue as his avatar when there are many pics of him in the ring he could have used.
     
  8. Pimp C

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    Atleast i can now see who swings that way and who doesn't i guess youre in the same boat as paranoid and rilz.
     
  9. Walter Sobchak

    Walter Sobchak Spinal! Full Member

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    Pimp watching Wilder sat in front of the TV:

    'Go to the body! Double up! That's it. Where's your jab gone?! Kiss him! Take him out to dinner."

    P.S only joking Pimp you a good poster.
     
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  10. HerolGee

    HerolGee Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    he did well but this was more down to wlads limitations, he forgot to train for southpaws, thought he could easily with a retiree who had never been able to reach title level when active. Anyone else would but wlad didnt have the depth. For instance lewis would have ripped sanders up with ease.

    Which brings me to Lewis VItali, Lewis handled the prime vitali in his last pro fight before retiring, with less than half the allocated time. VItali was crude but not bad and brought some world class assets such as chin, so it was impressive.
     
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  11. northpaw

    northpaw Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    The hate for the Charlos is unreal on here.
     
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  12. HerolGee

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    this is true, another guy who beat vitali at late notice., just 10 days.

    Its a shame Vitali hadnt checked out byrd first, he also must have forgot he doesnt have the skills for a good southpaw. If he had fought retiring shot ruddock as planned , stickiing to the K2 plan of deadbeats and retirees, noone would have noticed his limitations.
     
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  13. DanishDynamite

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    I don't remember how short notice it was but Kessler stepped in after Mads Larsen pulled out with an injury to fight Manny Siaca who was champion at the time. He completely outclassed Siaca forcing him to quit on his stool after the 7th.
     
  14. slender4

    slender4 Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    I thought it was a good fight, but Dude, and fellas, WHY would a world champ give some nobody who was scheduled to fight on the undercard until a week before the fight give him an automatic rematch? Boxing just doesn't work that way. That was no "robbery" maybe you gave the fight to Korobov, but good for him, he gets a few more paydays out of it and maybe a title shot (against someone else). Title rematches happen in HYPED fights. If Korobov wants one he should just go out and win a few fights.
     
  15. C.J.

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    If Charlo is any sort of man he'd want to rematch Korobov because the majority agree with me Kovalev beat his ass
     

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