what fight did you feel most gutted about because...

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  1. Hanz Cholo

    Hanz Cholo Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Kastyzu vs Julio César Chavez Sr.
    Chavez was shot to $hit & it was a truly sad day.
     
  2. Jackstraw

    Jackstraw Active Member Full Member

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    Pac Morales 3
    I liked Pac but loved Morales and to see that subtle, but undeniable, shaking of his head broke my heart. Especially thinking that with the series tied at 1 apiece the third fight might be competitive.
     
  3. YCGS

    YCGS Benny Urquidez Full Member

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    Well the California Department of Justice lab confirmed it so I don't know how you can say he found nothing. He had 63% KO ratio until he fought Mosley and including that fight, and had zero KO's after that.
     
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  4. C.J.

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

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    They confirmed nothing only that it was a soft used pad with trace elements of sulphur & calcium discovered when using microscopic testing
    The amounts found were comparable to those found in HUMAN SWEAT.
    Margarito was banned BEFORE any hearing took place & before any tests were done
     
  5. YCGS

    YCGS Benny Urquidez Full Member

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    I'm not trying to start an argument or anything but how do you explain him KO'in 2/3 rds of the guys he fought, then suddenly after being forced to re-wrap his hands in the Mosley fight is unable to finish even a D level opponent?
     
  6. Iain

    Iain New Member Full Member

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    This. I was genuinely upset. Screaming at the TV for Wlad to jump on him
     
  7. Tramell

    Tramell Active Member Full Member

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    Ali losing to Holmes. I was 11 years old. Cruel way to start off as a boxing fan, looking at Ali in the corner looking beat up & defeated.

    RJJ losing in the Olympics- I literally felt he would not turn pro because of that farce decision.

    Taylor -JCC. I try not to loathe Richard Steele, but I fail.

    DLH-Trinidad. I bet on Tito, but by the 10th round started feeling like DLH was blowing it after 8 clinical rounds. Only fight I won a bet and felt like i should have lost. Felt bad that DLH followed his corner & ran for the final 3 rounds. DLH blew it & he knew it.

    Tyson Douglas. Didn't know it happened until the next day the newspaper headlines "It's True" Mike on the canvas looking for his mouthpiece. Literally told the job I felt sick...they sent me to the company nurse thinking I was faking. Nurse said he's running a fever. They sent me home, I laid down, didn't eat, drink, didn't even fire up a joint.

    Bojado vs Forbes. Not sure what happened, but Steve Forbes gave the performance of a lifetime & Bojado wouldn't fight again. I could see he was gutted & that in turn gutted me. Really good boxer, don't know what happened.

    Funny how a celebrity/athlete we don't know can have such an emotional impact on us.
     
  8. Slowhand

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    Didn´t bother me, but I´m guessing a lot of UK fans didn´t like how Barrera schooled Hamed. Thought I´d just open up that old wound..
     
  9. West of Hollywood

    West of Hollywood Member Full Member

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    Another one for me is DLH-Sturm. This is the great robbery that no one cared about. DLH was DLH and Sturm was a relatively unknown German boxer. Is there anyone on the planet who honestly believes Oscar won this fight?
     
  10. Tramell

    Tramell Active Member Full Member

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    Since you reopened it, let me pour some salt on it!
     
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  11. White Trunks Black Trim

    White Trunks Black Trim Hard Core Casual Full Member

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    I'm glad you did. Hamed was overrated as hell.
     
  12. Jobo1878

    Jobo1878 Active Member Full Member

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  13. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Malcontent Staff Member

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    Martinez vs. Cotto. I'm still devastated by that one.:crybaby2:
     
  14. emallini

    emallini Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    This
     
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    , testing by the California State Department of Justice has confirmed that there was indeed plaster of paris in Antonio Margarito's wraps.

    The hand wraps were removed from Margarito's fists shortly before his Jan. 24 title fight against Mosley when Mosley's trainer, Nazim Richardson, objected to their use. The hardened gauze pads, which had been inserted inside the hand wraps near Margarito's knuckles, were seized by the California State Athletic Commission, which sanctions and oversees boxing in the state.