Cyclone and Carl Frampton are now suing eachother in court

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  1. dryzer

    dryzer Member Full Member

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    The thread and title is about a court case involving cyclone and Frampton.
    Nothing whatsoever to do with his current ability as a boxer.
    Thanks for your suggestion though
     
  2. Wig

    Wig Boxing Addict Full Member

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    While you’re at it you’d better look into the definition of shot as well, as it has nothing to do with ability as a boxer.

    Lot of reading up to do. Jesus wept.
     
  3. dryzer

    dryzer Member Full Member

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    You've clearly been in the boozer all day. Enjoy
     
  4. high tower

    high tower Active Member Full Member

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    Sounds like Barry has killed the golden goose with Frampton.

    Let's see how this goes. McGuigan by the sounds of it got screwed by Eastwood, so I'm very surprised this is happening.
     
  5. cam2010

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    Why are you surprised,I’m sure you only know his media image that he portrays . When the true nature of the man is hidden behind a raft of legal non disclosure notices that he inforces on people
     
  6. high tower

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    As he was so badly shafted himself when he was a fighter I didn’t think he’d turn around and do the same thing.

    Well sounds like there’s plenty of info to
    Come out , so I’ll get the popcorn ready!
     
  7. Willis Brown

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    I am not sure Barry was shafted as a boxer , he got his title shot in UK against Pedroza then a couple of home defences again mediocre opponents. His management kept him away from the like of Azumah Nelson etc. He apparently wanted more money so hence the Las Vegas defeat against Steve Cruz who wasn’t exactly an all time great. He lost his subsequent court battle against Eastwood and was near bankruptcy.His PR seems good but I think these recent cases with his boxers probably indicate he isn’t exactly a Saint.
     
  8. high tower

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    People forget how good Pedroza was, at home or abroad, and Bernard Taylor was certainly no slouch. He also got beaten by the Vegas heat, that's plain to see.

    Anyways I'm not sure why that is relevant?? Great boxer yes, great person....we're startng to hear perhaps not!
     
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  11. cam2010

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    Which one?
     

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