Tony Ayala 'I Never Sparred With Pipino Cuevas'

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  1. HOUDINI

    HOUDINI Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Lord...let it go. Everyone with a brain can see this poor excuse has nothing more to do in life but make up stories. Everything he posts is pure crap.
     
  2. Senor Pepe'

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    HOUDINI is brilliant..........pure crap.
     
  3. Saintpat

    Saintpat Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Senor Pepe admits he made up quotes.
     
  4. Senor Pepe'

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  5. BENNY BLANCO

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    I'm dead at how Senor Pepe had all the Ayala haters so happy just for it to be a letdown:lol::rofl
     
  6. Senor Pepe'

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    Benny Blanco,

    Don't despair, it is true.

    The first time Jose 'Pipino' Cuevas met Tony Ayala Jr. was just before
    'El Torito' had his bout with Jose Baltazar, on January 16, 1981 in
    San Antonio.

    That is where the 'classy' Tony Ayala Jr. spit on his opponent when he was down on one knee.

    After watching Ayala Jr. do that, you just knew he was a 'low rent punk'.
     
  7. zadfrak

    zadfrak Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The funny thing is to believe Lou Duva when it came to hyping his fighters and their accomplishments. He always oversold them and understated whomever was the opposition. That was Lou.
     
  8. Senor Pepe'

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    True Zad,

    Even NBC was not that impressed with Tony Ayala Jr.
     
  9. Senor Pepe'

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    Where was Pipino Cuevas in 1977...

    Always in Mexico City, where he helped his father run '3' Butcher Shops.

    Pipino's, base training area was at the Public Gym, on the second floor above
    the Arce Public Baths in Mexico City, where he had been training since '1975'.

    Lupe Sanchez (Manager) monitored every daily 1 1/2 hour work-out.

    Pipino's fight promoter, Danny Viilaneuva, who represented all of Pipino's United
    States visits, laughed off a supposed 'sparring session' with Tony Ayala Jr. in
    San Antonio.

    The Arce Gym was loaded with boxers every day. Pipino never had trouble finding
    anyone to spar with, especially with Lupe Sanchez running things. Lupe had about
    75 fighters in his stable, and that would be an understatement.
     
  10. Rider51

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    I don't care if this sparring session happened or not. Sparring is all but meaningless. It's for training, that's it.

    Despite having raw talent, Ayala was a despicable human being with a lifetime of criminal activity who is now in prison where he belongs, and should stay for some time.
     
  11. Lord Tywin

    Lord Tywin Guest

    Im still waiting for proof of where all of these imaginary quotes come from.
     
  12. 4eyes

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    Tony Ayala was an overrated thug/rapist he beat up Pipino Cuevas in a sparring session like I own the Brooklyn bridge lol I remember reading that Duran was going to be matched with Ayala before he got put in prison lol Duran would have dismantled him worse than he did Davey Moore and Ayala was not even as good as Moore IMO . I get so sick about hearing how good this guy "would" have been it was karma when the espn cameras caught him whaling like a schoolgirl after he quit on the stool against Campas before Campas could knock him out. and then finally getting properly knocked out vs. Bonsante he is a piece of **** plain and simple and doesn't even deserve to be mentioned in the same paragraph with Cuevas
     
  13. mrkoolkevin

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    Pepe's quotes and references are fictitious?? :-((
     
  14. Vanboxingfan

    Vanboxingfan Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Just out if curiosity why do you revive these old threads?

    And when you do, do you read them from the beginning?
     
  15. mrkoolkevin

    mrkoolkevin Not here for the fairy tales booted Full Member

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    I usually stumble upon them when I've just watched a fight or been discussing a fight and search to see whether its been discussed here before. Re: your second question: sometimes.

    BTW, did you catch my question for you in the Duran thread? How did you score those fights where you thought that Duran really won?
     


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