Galahad on his IBF mandatory

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  1. im sparticus

    im sparticus To The Upmost Full Member

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    Even to this day, Josh says his hardest fight was Chris male, that included the galahad fight.
    You don't see it from more angles cos for starters t.vs are 2 dimensional pixels. But I'm sure u mean points of view. And yes u have the luxury of more points of view but it's still 2D. See my earlier post about the shot galahad threw in 1st rd. It missed but 1 million %, you will all of given it as a landing shot at home.
    The pundits etc have to have an opinion, they're part of the entertainment package, they aint going to be saying , all u at home, your opinions have little value.
    Putting the galahad fight to 1 side, i have had enough experiences with this situation, for me to make a informed decision, i now know that for many a reasonably close fight, the judges (as long as they arent bent) are the only ones with a valid score, *also others close to ring*
    This is not my opinion, it's everyday psychology. Everyone knows that if three people see an accident, that they'll usually give differing accounts. Well your trying to argue that your account, seen from a camera is as valid as someone stood at the scene.
     
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  2. Accurate

    Accurate Jump back, wanna kiss myself! Full Member

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    Oh Jesus, you know what I meant lol.

    Your opinion in this case has little value to anyone who knows you're a mate of Josh.

    I'm not talking about boxers being paid to give an opinion as a professional pundit would. I'm talking about professional boxers/trainers giving their personal opinion from their personal social media accounts. Why would they bother giving an opinion and claiming robbery if they believed it was so difficult to judge a fight when viewing on TV??. They wouldn't would they.

    I've been a boxing fan 25 years plus and stopped going to watch fights live because I find it a better viewing experience from my sofa. I have never before heard anyone claim that you cannot fairly judge a fight when watching on TV.

    This is not a facking crime scene where a criminal act is viewed on one grainy camera perched on the top of metal fencing in some carpark. It's multiple high quality cameras operated by professional cameramen, with an editing suite bringing the viewer multiple angles, replays and close ups vs sitting in one spot all night.

    What we have here effectively is the testimony of the victims personal friend vs high quality video evidence.
     
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  3. im sparticus

    im sparticus To The Upmost Full Member

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    We are now talking about scoring fights. I've said already, put the galahad fight to one side, so I don't understand why u keep mentioning, I'm biased. It's as tho your trying to convince yourself that my argument to scoring fights holds no value because I'm cheerleading Josh. I am talking fights in general. Please read!

    Getting a better viewing experience from the comfort of your sofa is not the same as been able to competantly score fights... You may enjoy it more but that's not the same. We are talking about who is in the best position to score a fight. If u think that sat at home on your sofa is just as viable a position as been sat in a judges position then there is no point in me trying to explain anything else. Every man and his dog knows who has the best view between u sat at home, watching in 2D. and a judge sat with his knees touching the canvas, it's ridiculous to suggest you are in the better position to score the fight.
    Everyone has a right to score a fight whether they are trainers, fighters, fans, haters, black, white, male, female, young, old. So a trainer or fighter putting up his opinion on social media is good. I will still score fights but I now know, through experience that if I'm sat ringside, my scoring is based on a better quality of view than if I score the fight sat at home.
    you should enjoy scoring from the comfort of your sofa but in the scheme of it, u are getting a limited view.
    As long as the judge is fair he has the beat seats in the house and home.
     
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  4. ashishwarrior

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    Being there live next to the ring with the ref in and out oppose to flying camera and two camera men either corner on the same level as the fight is taking place, jesus
    God damn
    Agendas are strong this year
     
  5. Bent-nose

    Bent-nose Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Was he on the marching powder when he told you that?
     
  6. Ragga Twin

    Ragga Twin New Member booted Full Member

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    Warrington beat the **** out of that ped cheat, feather fisted boring ugly **** 3 times deal with it and stop crying!
     
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    Ragga Twin New Member booted Full Member

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    @Bent-nose you are way too attached to Galahad. He's obviously either your family or your friend. Are you the bro that apparently spiked his drink ! ( most hilarious excuse ever) Like most fighters from your precious Ingle gym he is just not good enough! Deal with it. Nobody cares about Galahad.
     
  8. Ragga Twin

    Ragga Twin New Member booted Full Member

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    Galahad reminds me of Joey Selkirk. All of Selkirks gym mates used to hype him up as something special, But we never saw it in the ring where it matters. And it's the same with Grabahad. The only real ppl who speak highly of him are people associated with the Ingle Pringles gym. In the ring, he's been a pro for about a decade and has still done nothing of note
     
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    Warrington’s mates are bad PR for him...turning me off him completely.
     
  10. BigDoofus

    BigDoofus Active Member Full Member

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    This thread has turned into a weird Warrington-Male love in. What went off in the changing room with them two after?

    Warrington beat Frampton, he beat Selby on a split-decision and got a hometown split decision v Galahad and we're supposed to believe his hardest opponent was Chris Male!
    After Warrington, Male moved up to Area level and got KTFO in the 1st round by Troy James:headbash
     
  11. im sparticus

    im sparticus To The Upmost Full Member

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    You obviously don't know about boxing doofus. Having your toughest fight is nothing to do with the records of your opponent.
    Instead of trying to make a cash grab and rematch josh A good idea would be for galahad to rematch jazza so that jazza could reclaim the night he stole from him when he was juicing...poor jazza man puts his life and soul into a boxing career only to have his whole life turned upside down by someone who goes on to get caught cheating. You should think about things like that when you are always arguing galahads corner.
     
  12. @Maley

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    **** happens chris got caught troy james was no mug a good solid domestic lad at the time.
     
  13. BigDoofus

    BigDoofus Active Member Full Member

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    You're rambling.
    I'd like to see him fight ****ens again but he's IBF mandatory.
     


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