most humiliating loss ever suffered by a british fighter...?

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Luscious Lopez, Apr 6, 2011.


  1. hitman_hatton1

    hitman_hatton1 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    honeyghan-breland.

    just a disaster all the way.

    even got chants of what a load of rubbish afterwards. :patsch
     
  2. glue glove

    glue glove Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Mitchell-Katsidis for me, they built it up more than Khan-Prescott despite the PPV.

    The comments, at West Ham, THAT poster, the balloons, national anthem murdered, confused crowd, the east end hard man crap....

    All this with Katsidis sparring in his dressing room, he never got the script!
     
  3. icemax

    icemax Indian Red Full Member

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    Glad you didn't bring up ****ney Rejects...they stole the fuicking show :happy
     
  4. Luscious Lopez

    Luscious Lopez Active Member Full Member

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    it was a horrible night for the east ender,without a doubt.however,his performance against murray went some way to ease the embarrassment of that performance.
     
  5. Luscious Lopez

    Luscious Lopez Active Member Full Member

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    i feel sorry for nicky cook,who's an honest,likeable bloke who would've wanted to go out 'on his shield,'and not in the manner he had to surrender to ricky burns on saturday night.idiots who say the fight was fixed are talking ****.i assume cook will have to call it a day now,which is a pity,because he doesn't deserve to be remembered for this damp squib of a final performance-he's contributed a lot to the game during a decent and distinguished career.
     
  6. glue glove

    glue glove Boxing Addict Full Member

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    It was a good solid performance, showed a boxer beats a fighter really.

    He lost to Katsidis because he overlooked him, stuck in a celeb bubble and thought he just had to turn up.

    Hopefully all this stuff has re-focused him, he was a lot more respectful post-fight than most of his previous, wish him well.
     
  7. Rob887

    Rob887 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Hatton vs Pac?!

    I don't see getting done by one of the greatest boxers of all time, in their prime too, as humiliating, especially as Pac has pretty much steamrolled everyone else too, including better boxers than Hatton.
     
  8. Rob887

    Rob887 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Too true. In pure boxing terms Haye just got beaten on points by a bigger and better fighter on the night, well a bigger and better fighter full stop. Big deal.
     
  9. Luscious Lopez

    Luscious Lopez Active Member Full Member

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    having told the world in no uncertain terms just what he was going to do to wlad(and then his brother)and to then fail so miserably and absolutely,was,indeed,a humiliation.ol' big nose talked the talk,but couldn't walk the walk.and a rematch,or deal to fight vitali,would be a pointless and futile exercise,except perhaps for haye's bank balance.more fool anybody-punter or tv company-who pays for such a non event.
     
  10. Luscious Lopez

    Luscious Lopez Active Member Full Member

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    audley harrison to lulu on strictly come dancing...?!
     
  11. Dunky McCafferty

    Dunky McCafferty Boxing Junkie booted

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    Shea Neary vs Micky Ward anyone? Dont get me wrong it was a war for a while, but it was just Shea Nearys antics before the fight, snarling at Ward & sticking his head into his face & all that, little did he seem to know that Ward was an absolute maniac!

    He knew after the fight though when Ward done him with a perfect bodyshot...

    Still one of my favourite fights that one, was a thriller!
     
  12. Journey Man

    Journey Man Journeyman always. Full Member

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    My favourite one has to be Naz Vs Barrera, just Naz's confident and ****y, arrogant nature really did make that beating something of a beauty !
     
  13. Mandanda

    Mandanda SkillspayBills Full Member

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    Didn't know that Dunky. Shocked actually never had him down to be like that.

    He was ahead up and till the KD but that shot was a peach. One of my fav fights as a kid. Only 5 stops on tube from me that fight IIRC (Earls Court?).
     
  14. neemo2357

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    Kevin Mitchell Vs Katsidis for me.

    I gotta say I wasnt all surprised by Amir Khans KO as he went down to some light punchers previous and I thought his bad habits would have caught up with him - which it inevitably did.

    Hatton Vs Mayweather / Pacquiao was elite level, It wasn't humiliating as much as dissappointing.

    Kevin Mitchell getting sparked by Katsidis left me humiliated as I had some armchair fans around and I was biggin him up after his disciplined performance against Prescott. As soon as he showed his face when entering he had the look of a beaten man. He was so sluggish in his movement and couldn't get out of the way of any bombs Katsidis was throwing. It was amateur night for him no doubt.
     


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