Dilian Whyte is a bad liar

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by UmarIFLUmar, Oct 25, 2021.

  1. Furious

    Furious Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I think Inferno has been completely erased from the forum.. I'm fairly sure that was how his username was spelt but I might be slightly misspelling it. I think Inferno's time on here was during 2018 so just before you joined - I'll see if I can find any of their posts or their correct username..

    I also enjoyed it when Aydamn said he was a writer of some sort - he made an awful lot of Walter Mitty-esque claims!
     
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  2. On The Money

    On The Money Dangerous Journeyman Full Member

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    Getting a bit big for your boots early doors here, eh sonny.
     
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  3. Safin

    Safin Boxing Addict banned Full Member

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    I've just had to Google Walter Mitty. I see there's a film based on a book. Ben Stiller. I am a fan of Ben Stiller so I will stick that on the watch list.

    I hope @Aydamn aka @Vegan Beast aka @MarkusFlorez99 has a ghost writer and a proof reader.
     
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  4. Furious

    Furious Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I'm not sure what it is about the sport, but boxing forums (and some MMA) seem to attract a lot of weirdos who get very emotionally invested. I've used a few busy football forums before and never encountered it in the same way. I wonder if it's because combat sport has a lot of cult of personality with the fighters.
     
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  5. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah I am very physically stay humble Full Member

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    Don't be so sure about Usyk.
     
  6. Nick UK

    Nick UK Member Full Member

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    Have to be honest that made me LOL
     
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  7. navigator

    navigator "Billy Graham? He's my man." Full Member

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    @Infern0121 was the handle.

    As in the case of @Aydamn/@Vegan Beast, I didn't have much interaction with the guy.

    This is the only exchange of views the search function turned up;
    I didn't even recall that encounter until the search results refreshed my memory.

    However, I did note the poster at the time (he was quite prolific for the account's ten-month lifespan), and I recall the incident wherein some BF24 detective or other discovered the @Infern0121 handle posting on Reddit, exposing the guy's daily reality as a porn addict who was attempting to rehabilitate himself with the help of the NoFap community, along with some other sordid details I'm struggling to precisely recall due to the passage of time and my minimal contemporaneous level of interest in the case (I think his Reddit posts confessed involuntary celibacy due to social ineptitude and/or impotence due to excessive masturbation in tandem with porn consumption).
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    ; that's the URL for the thread, but the entire subforum is now locked off and unavailable for viewing. I wasn't involved in the uncovering and subsequent dissection, only noting it as a casual, impassive observer before moving on.

    I'd recently considered that @Aydamn/@Vegan Beast may be @Infern0121 reborn.

    There are a lot of commonalities in terms of posting style, e.g. the compulsive anger/aggression and tendency toward excessive cussing and insulting upper case outbursts. And the similarity extends to the causes he backed — he was a big AJ fluffer (like @Vegan Beast), would espouse Dillian Whyte's perceived gritty overachiever/underdog credentials (like @Aydamn), and had a major beef with Wilder as a result (like @Aydamn/@Vegan Beast).

    Self-pity was another facet of @Infern0121's character which somewhat ties in with a feature of @Aydamn's comeback post, i.e. a tendency to allude to having experienced periods of personal tumult and disillusionment;
    The fancifully boastful nature of several of @Aydamn/@Vegan Beast's posts — e.g. the "stockmarket" [sic] remark — could be interpreted as consistent with the behavior of a shut-in with minimal life outside of the internet attempting to rebuild his image in the online manspace after having been humiliated in a past incarnation;

    I think @Aydamn/@Vegan Beast is @Infern0121 — if I had to put a percentage on my surety, it'd be somewhere between 90–99%.

    Seems I'm not alone;


    The @Infern0121/@Aydamn/@Vegan Beast triad is evidence enough of a deeply unhappy and somewhat unhinged state of mind.

    If he is behind a whole cast of concurrently active characters here (as our learned friend @Safin seems to suspect), the depth of his torment doesn't even bear thinking about. :lol:
     
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  8. navigator

    navigator "Billy Graham? He's my man." Full Member

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    This is why I lean strongly toward the likes of @MarkusFlorez99 and @Finkel being independent from the @Infern0121/@Aydamn/@Vegan Beast triad.

    I wouldn't rule it out absolutely, such tales exist, but switching between the intersectingly nuanced agendas and varying intellectual power levels would be a lot of effort/strain for what would appear to be negligible reward. :lol:


    The "happy place" part was the cherry. :lol:


    Agreed. The denial is fooling nobody with an ounce of discernment.


    Some of @Infern0's many pro-Whyte posts for your perusal;



    P.S. It seems @Vegan Beast is growing increasingly annoyed;
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    It would be a shame if posters kept tagging him.
     
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  9. On The Money

    On The Money Dangerous Journeyman Full Member

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    He certainly can't come in with the conditioning and prep he had last time out.
     
  10. Furious

    Furious Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Oh yes it was @Infern0121 not 141! Need to make sure I tag @Vegan Beast also :)
     
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  11. Furious

    Furious Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Well done. I've suspected this for a while. I didn't make the @Vegan Beast connection but it makes total sense now you mention it.

    The rebrand to an innocent, slightly naive, character in Vegan Beast makes sense. It's easy enough to remember for the person behind it too.

    I remember a slightly bizarre incident where @Aydamn wanted to attend Usyk vs Tryone Sprong and was very upset when the fight fell through. It's a bit tenuous, but I note that @Vegan Beast attended Joshua vs Usyk and was asking questions about "what it would be like" beforehand.

    It's slightly unusual behaviour because lots of people on this forum understand the folly of attending fights live. Aside from small hall shows, I get the impression many prefer to watch on TV as the view/analysis of the fight is obviously superior.
     
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  12. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

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  13. Braindamage

    Braindamage Baby Face Beast Full Member

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    You new here? HUH! Answer me *****! Crying about your hero gets no respect like a little punk. Your hero is the top guy. It's to be expected that haters will always find a way to minimize your guys accomishments, which are very few,(just being honest). That's how it is. You have done it to other fighters. Now you have the unenviable position to defend all the nonsense haters will say about FURY. LOL
     
  14. miniq

    miniq Big Stiff Idiot Full Member

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    Tyson Fury doesn't need defending, he is born without sin. Gods greatest accomplishment. The greatest born and bred fighting man to have graced this earth.
     
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  15. Braindamage

    Braindamage Baby Face Beast Full Member

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    Unfortunately he is not free of critisim. As far as the greatest goes, his resume and inactivity doesn't support that statement. In the real world of boxing, greatness is earned not bestowed without merit.