Sherman Alexander "The Caribbean Tank" Williams

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  1. IntentionalButt

    IntentionalButt Nash Equilibrium Debunker Staff Member

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    Correction: apparently Farías withdrew last Thursday claiming unspecified "injuries" from training camp, and was replaced on less than 48 hours notice with 49 year old American glass cannon Stacy Novell "Bigfoot" Frazier. Still no word on the result, but I'm going to assume Tank sparked out Bigfoot early. Frazier is riding a six loss skid and has been knocked out as many times as he's won (16).
     
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    IntentionalButt Nash Equilibrium Debunker Staff Member

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    IntentionalButt Nash Equilibrium Debunker Staff Member

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    Respect to Bigfoot stepping in late notice like that even though he probably stood less chance than Farías (even with a full training camp)
     
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    IntentionalButt Nash Equilibrium Debunker Staff Member

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    These disrespectful ****s still haven't updated his record. Meantime, let's relive his greatest night:

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    Williams' overhand right was a thing of beauty - he threw his almost totally over top or what old-timers call a noon shot. Very sneaky punch that few fighters can even attempt to do effectively.
     
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