Boxing in UK - Suspended!!

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Scissors, Jan 3, 2021.

  1. djfonti

    djfonti Active Member Full Member

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    A flat earther trying to condescend :D
     
  2. nurological

    nurological Boxing Addict Full Member

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    But earlier you said all you are stating is facts. Show me the facts on this.
     
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  3. Jurgen

    Jurgen Pay Per Pudding Advisor Full Member

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    NATIONAL LOCKDOWN just announced by Boris Karloff except essential reasons such as essential shopping and to escape domestic abuse - huge sigh of relief for Dull Boy Pakora's household given his previous.
     
  4. Jurgen

    Jurgen Pay Per Pudding Advisor Full Member

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    Could have been reported by an earlier version of Eh day Hearn who could have told the world he loved sunbathing on the sun.
     
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  5. Jurgen

    Jurgen Pay Per Pudding Advisor Full Member

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    I also reckon there is more chance of Andy Ruiz Jnr walking past McDonalds than the death of an unarmed Osama Bin Lid when every ounce of intelligence could be squeezed out the evil zone between those ears.
     
  6. micker1

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    I think they should end Kelly v avenesyn. Its just not meant to happen. I have been looking forward to that fight but its cursed.
     
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  7. Jurgen

    Jurgen Pay Per Pudding Advisor Full Member

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    With each passing week, thousands and thousands of people will be vaccinated and it will be all over - then again with no testing at Airports and no enforced isolation for 2 weeks (New Zealand style), then hopefully we don't end up with an imported mutated strain that needs a new vaccination.

    Get Covid done properly ya blonde silver spoon fook and we can get back to living properly again.
     
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  8. tdf1974

    tdf1974 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Dont you see there will be no end to this
     
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  9. Donald Donaldson

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    I was thinking the same, this will now be the 3rd, or is it 4th time this fight will be pushed back, it's getting ridiculous.

    A real shame, as it was one of the fights I was really looking forward to last year, so was happy it was back on (again!).

    I wonder why it could not take place during the so called fight camp during the summer? There were 4 consecutive shows, don't really see why this could not have headlined one of them, it's not an expensive fight, and was already signed and in place so seems odd it did not take place during August 2020 rather than March 2020 when it was supposed to go ahead.

    Who knows what will happen now...
     
  10. bladesman

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    Genuine question how old are you? Back then we had instant chat and friends reunited was a big deal.

    We had palm pilots that are obviously an evolutionary step towards smart phones.

    You are hilariously dumb
     
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  11. Jurgen

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    I would never have believed 20 years ago that the same cohort of PPV Mugths would be forking out £19.99 plus for PPVs such as Fraud v Conman McGregor and Tyson v Jones Exhibition fights, Pudding Whyte in all his Lineal Pudding Title Fights and Brook v Gavin etc.

    Crazy world these days although I did help create history by attending Groves v Frock at Wembley.
     
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  12. Safin

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    There's absolutely no chance I will be accepting a vaccine, no matter what restrictions will be ridiculously imposed. For others who want to do so, fair enough, but there's no chance I will be.

    What makes me laugh is the people who don't look after their health, follow a variation of the Standard Western Diet, drink and/or smoke, and do little to no exercise. These people are causing damage to their bodies every single day. Even children in their first 5 years start the process of developing heart disease, mainly through atherosclerosis, so you can imagine how damaged the vast majority of adults' health is. People don't realise the severity because they have never known different. These are the same people who demand that every person should be vaccinated. I'm really not keen on being vaccinated in the first place, and I'm certainly not keen on being vaccinated because some person who doesn't take care of themselves wants to feel protected. It's funny how people are scared of Covid-19, but they aren't scared of other self-inflicted diseases.
     
  13. nurological

    nurological Boxing Addict Full Member

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    100% Also a good diet and excerise helps so much with your mental state too. Gyms are shut but I'm out running everyday to try and keep as much of a healthy mind as possible. My body could do with work but I'm generally in good health, I can keep up with the young lads playing football and don't often fall ill to anything.
     
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  14. Safin

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    The gyms shutting again has left me a bit snookered. I've had a forearm injury, something like golfers elbow, for over a year. I can't really do any sort of weights. It was caused by too much heavy lifting, set after set, in the low rep ranges. Volume plus weight, basically. Stupidity. I normally do at least an hour's cardio every day if the gym is open, but my cheap spin bike at home packed in last lockdown and I'm apprehensive about buying another in case the same thing happens. I'd love to go out running, but the slippy streets put me off in this sort of weather.

    I don't really know what to think about this entire pandemic. I approach most things in life with scepticism, but it seems as though it would be impossible for a layman at home to get to the bottom of this entire thing. It seems to me as if there's something dodgy going on, but I don't know what, exactly. I don't side with the mainstream media and I don't side with David Icke, either. All in all, I don't think it's worth the effort to continuously read up on all of this stuff.

    I do follow the guidelines to a tee, but social distancing in supermarkets and the like certainly don't work and these 50 pence masks don't work either. I don't know enough about whether lockdowns work. However, as somebody who is generally against "big pharma", I basically avoid pills and stuff unless it's completely necessary. I'm not totally against vaccines, but I certainly am not willing to take one of these vaccines which seems to have been rolled out overnight and which come with the financial and political interests of some people I don't see as trustworthy.

    I understand that this is an enormously demotivating time for so many people, but I wish that people would just look after themselves better. I know that people have all sorts of things going on in their life, but none of that matters if your health fails. It's not even difficult to, it's more of a case of eliminating bad things than anything else. A series of non-actions, in other words. But like the entire pandemic, there's a lot of misinformation and propaganda around.
     
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  15. EJC83

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    After watching Weird Science nothing seemed impossible, if anything I'm disappointed!
     
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