Quitjob BJS "Get carried out of the ring brother" to DDD

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  1. Keldan

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    **** anyone here for saying he's a quitjob. His career is probably over because of a terrible eye injury.
     
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  2. bandeedo

    bandeedo Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    he will be sorely missed. his legendary tear the last few years will not soon be equaled.
     
  3. Hanz Cholo

    Hanz Cholo Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Why is everyone so dammn sensitive over the word “quit”.

    it is the most accurate word to describe what transpired.

    It was an intelligent decision.

    the only reason he is catching flack over it is because of his hypocrisy regarding his previous comments regarding DDD when he took a knee & also quit the match where he suffered a similar injury.

    & in all fairness...rightfully so.
     
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  4. Boon

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    Hehe after all that macho talk from BJS I at the very least expected to see him walk through something in the pursuit of victory. Damn, he just quit at the first opportunity.

    How many fighters have shown in recent year, hell even the last year, that they have ZERO quit in them. That they had no excuses for any of the injuries they got and still carried on.

    A freaking middle-ages women just did it, she fought on until the final bell. Some fighters, like Inoue fought 10 more rounds with a broken face. many others too.

    BJS quit at the first opportunity. BJS didn't even follow his own advice about fighting through fire, going out on your shield. He is a clown, a joke and that's that. He mentally quit as soon as he got banged in the face, and physically quit as soon as the bell ended the round and he put his dirty behind down on the stool.

    The same people here that were dissing Daniel Dubois when he quit against Joe Joyce are now defending BJS after he quit against Canelo... LMAO some fans are delirious and deluded.

    The hypocrisy and the double standards are mind boggling, what drives these "fans" to such hypocritical standards?
     
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  5. bandeedo

    bandeedo Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    my honest opinion. we forgot how to breed men in the 80s. we started making man children. cant handle adversity, cant take any responsibility, and cant live in reality. just look at our political situation. its a world of i need my safe space, inside my bubble, with my participation trophy.
     
  6. Hanz Cholo

    Hanz Cholo Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Here is some insult to injury!


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    ol,
    I know Fernando Vargas is not some one to take medical advise from as he ain’t the smartest dude in the room ....
    but dammn this was funny!

    bwajajajajaja!
     
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  7. bandeedo

    bandeedo Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    WOW. nando went hard, could tell it pissed him off.
     
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  8. Hanz Cholo

    Hanz Cholo Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yeah & he should,
    Nando is old school.
    Prolly looking at it like dammn what a waste of prime youth.
     
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  9. Aussie Invader

    Aussie Invader Boxing Addict Full Member

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    he's not a quit job, but it is karma for his dubois comment.
     
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  10. C.J.

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    Margarito's trainer complained about Freddie stacking Pac's wrap & wanted the removed. Freddie refused & was let to get away with it. did the stacked wraps cause the damage to Marg's eye ?????
    Canelo is known for having stacked wraps too Makes you wonder doesnt it both noted for stacked wraps two fighters eyes permanently damaged???
     
  11. C.J.

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    He obviously hadnt felt the intense pain involved with orbital bone damage& neither have you. I saw the pain Margarito was in & he never quit. Ended up permanently damaging his eye
     
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  12. Aussie Invader

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    i thought you said you would give floyd and canelo credit if they won without 'cheating'?
    we all knew that wasn't going to happen
     
  13. Aussie Invader

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    phew!
    good thing he never earnt that fight with floyd then, being permanently blind would really suck.
     
  14. C.J.

    C.J. Boxings Living Legend revered & respected by all Full Member

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    ROFLMAO Tony would laugh at Floyds pitty pat little girl punches & walk him down & knock him cold. Floyd knew it too & couldnt hide the fear he had of Tony could he? What a wussie the werewolf look alike Floyd is with his hair & beard transplant. See the crowd laughing at it when Paul snatched his hat ROFL
     
  15. C.J.

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    I gave Canelo full credit for his KO win. He's never legitimately beaten GGG To be perfectly honest I cannot remember a Floyd fight in Vegas where he didnt cheat in some way or receive ludicrous winning scorecards
     
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