Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by kevin-novice, Mar 14, 2021.
Wee or poo during the fight.
Hughie Fury been poo during most of his fights and he just runs it off
They go under the ring and dump the lot.
Bend over and get the opponent to punch the poo back up while it's sticking out.
I’m pretty sure with all the adrenaline it wouldn’t be on your mind at all but interesting question , has it ever happened ?
Big Joan Fury shat himself a few times last year over the summer period and would not get into the ring just in case he followed through.
Yes it has!
In 2006 former welterweight champ Andrew Lewis lost a fight on a TKO, when he - ahead on points in the 7th round of 12 - couldn't hold it in any longer, and had to find a toilet pronto!
Under the ring seems like a good idea actually. Can go very quick in between round and the ref could call a time out if the dude is not back in time. Only a very short time out though lol
Remember that time Gary Lineker shat himself on the pitch Lol.
I heard a story from him on TV when he literally shat himself at HT.
He entered the Leicester dressing room and was literally picked up by the manager Big Jock Wallace. His legs were dangling 3 feet off the ground as he was pinned to the wall with the manager screaming all sorts of abuse in his ears including being a useless English barsteward.
When asked whether his performance improved in the 2nd half, Lineker admitted that he was so scared he could not stop shaking never mind play football.
Big Jock Wallace was pretty scary to be fair haha. They don't make them like him anymore.
weren’t there rumours Clottey **** his pants vs Pacquiao?
You'd just have to have a Tom T*t in the spit bucket.
It's fine for our modern 12 round or shorter fights. Fighters are (usually) in shape enough that their bladders aren't that weak.
I do wonder about the 100 rounders the 19th and early 20th century fighters used to fight. Especially when they're taking a slug of whiskey between rounds.