Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by MidniteProwler, Aug 21, 2016.
It's main event Australia mate they put Canine Green v Santiago on PPV
Two bums fighting has been on ppv in Oz. Bob Mirovic v John Hopoate.
Yeah as Santiago had the big name in the states of course they would charge. This Cajones bloke doesn't have that cred.
I thought he was a fugitive South American drug lord and the canine was gonna sniff him out ala Dog the bounty hunter - then I realised it was that Santiago they were talking about.
Santiago has always been a BUM but Greens fans think he is one of the GOATS.
Looking forward to WK - AJ. WK for me within 5, I think he will come with something to prove and AJ has some flaws.
Good odds for a Klitchko KO $4.80 with sports bet.
Nah it's free. The next month of boxing on Australian TV.
Few good ones free looking forward to Brook vs Spence.
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yyyyyyeeeeaaaa man NO MORE SLEEPS , today's the day boys it's one of those days when THE World Heavy Weight Boxing championship returns to it's rightful place as THE GREASTEST SHOW ON EARTH . Enjoy boys one and all , Wlad split decision for me .
Probably know less about gambling then I do about boxing but that seems a very good return - amazing what one blip in years can do to odds.
What a great fight, can't say a bad word about either fighter, both AJ and Wlad are humble gentlemen and a credit to the sport we all love.
Best HW fight I've seen for ages. Kudos to AJ and WK.
WOW what a great fight. Best heavyweight fight since the Holyfield-Bowe era imo. Amazing stuff from both fighters.
Credit especially to Wlad who really came out to win those belts back. He was so positive the whole fight. He has fought timid and almost scared for 10 yrs it really looked like a different fighter in there. Amazing that he fought like a warrior when who look at how he fought against some very average fighters over past years.
Joshua really started out dominant and when he dropped Wlad I was shocked that Wlad survived. Then Wlad took over and basically had Joshua out on his feet controlling the action. I think I had Wlad up by 2 heading into the 11th (don't understand how one judge had Joshua up by 3). That uppercut by Joshua in the 11th was insane.
I personally think Wlad should retire now. Even though he didn't win he put up an epic performance. I don't think a rematch will go well for him. He is getting older and older. The torch is now firmly in Joshua's hands. I see him reigning as the new king for years now. Fury, Wilder etc etc have zero chance imo.
Mp, this was close to being a perfect prediction.