Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by ChuckOneChair, Jul 26, 2022.
Even Numbers Matter!! I won't even watch TV with the volume on an odd
Beterbiev is 37.5 y/o, didn't turn pro until he was 28, and his career has been blighted with long spells of inactivity. Half his 18 fights were during the first two years of his career so he's only had 9 fights in like seven years
He was out for a whole year after beating Alexander Johnson
11 months after beating Prieto
11 months again after beating Koelling who was his next opponent after Prieto
Then he was out from October 2019 to March 2021 after beating Gvozdyk
Imagine what he could've achieved had he not been so inactive or had he turned pro four years earlier and he may well have had he not been robbed in the 2008 Olympics because winning gold, and he would've gone on to win it that year because he'd already stopped 2 of the 3 fighters he would've gone on to face in the other stages of the tournament, was his dream.
Everyone knows the TV volume has to be in increments of 5. 30, 35, 40, 45, 50... all acceptable. 36? 47? **** off and die.
My sister does this. She won't even eat in odd numbers. e.g. If she has 5 chicken nuggets she'll only eat 4 and refuse the 5th.
Also had another friend who did the even volume number thing.
we're all freakin weirdos
really will be his unique ticket to greatness if Beterbiev can retire undefeated with a 100% KO ratio.
Hasanboy Dusmatov 5-0(5)
Mikhail Dauhaliavets 6-0(6)
Ashton Sylve 7-0(7)
Freudis Rojas 8-0(8)
Lenar Perez 10-0(10)
3 fights? It will be 2025 by then!