Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Takashi Uchiyama

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  1. Chuck Norris

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  2. C.J.

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    ROFLMAO Any one that buys that BS cannot call themselves a boxing fan
     
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    2001 Floyd vs 2011 Uchiyama at 130 isn't a bad FANTASY match up, actually.
     
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  4. Badbot

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    Holy ****! That would be BIG in Japan!
    How so?
    It would be an exhibition bout anyways. Whats wrong with that?
     
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    It'll be on free TV in Japan IF it gets done, and will be huge for Fuji TV and RIZIN. Likely be their NYE show and go up against whatever TBS have for the year (TBS will have some boxing but they may struggle to do a Sasuke special as they have done the last 2 years). If there is no Sasuke SP. Then getting a Mayweather Vs Uchiyama exhibition will do massive numbers for Fuji....smart plan IF they can pull it off
     
  6. C.J.

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    But didnt Floyd count the McGregor debacle & those maulings of two Japanese teenage kick boxers on his record. Floyd's ludicrous 50-0 claim came with McGregor. Anyone that buys that trash isnt a bonafide boxing fan
     
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    I agree. Its absolute trash
     
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  8. Olu G. Rotimi

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    Only the McGregor fight was on his record. The contest against the Japanese guy was an exhibition.
     
  9. Pakkuman

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    Yet Floyd still knocked him out.

    :lol:
     
  10. IntentionalButt

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    :deal:
     
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  11. Olu G. Rotimi

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    Yes that’s what the crowd wanted.
     
  12. C.J.

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    No not at all the crowd wanted to see the IV Kid knocked spark out. The last 3 "fights" of the supposed TBE were against novices all making their boxing debut. Yet you STILL IDOLISE the little coward. What I would have paid to see was Anne Wolfe get her hands on the coward out behind the gym
     
  13. Antsu

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    big boxing fan and im going to buy floyd fight. They are always interesting. McGregor fight was actually very entertaining
     
  14. C.J.

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    The supposed TBE meeting an MMA fighter making his boxing debut was entertaining ??? ROFL
     
  15. Boxing Prospect

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    Last 3 fights?
     


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