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Old 06-03-2017, 06:35 PM   #25561
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breadman training fonfara he's most def getting koed
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Old 06-07-2017, 01:14 PM   #25562
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Garcia is over hyped? The guy wiped out Zlaticanin (who gets discredited because you didn't know him?), easily handled Salido in the middle of Salido's best stretch of his career, and KO'd Martinez 3 years before everyone went crazy over Lomachenko doing it and he's over hyped?
Yep! But now that he's fighting Broner we get to see what he's really made of. Depends on which Broner we see that night
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Old 06-07-2017, 06:33 PM   #25563
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Yep! But now that he's fighting Broner we get to see what he's really made of. Depends on which Broner we see that night
Perfect scenario for you right? If Broner wins, then you told us that Garcia was over hyped all along. If Garcia wins, then Broner the career underachiever just didn't take it seriously and didn't show up.
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Old 06-08-2017, 04:56 PM   #25564
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@naner12 I'm not the only one that thinks that
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Old 06-09-2017, 07:13 AM   #25565
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I think everyone agrees that Broner's fucked off during his career. What I'm saying is that you positioned yourself so either way the Garcia/Broner fight plays you're gonna get on here and say that you're right.
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Old 06-12-2017, 08:25 AM   #25566
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I think everyone agrees that Broner's fucked off during his career. What I'm saying is that you positioned yourself so either way the Garcia/Broner fight plays you're gonna get on here and say that you're right.
No I didn't. all I said was now we get to see Mikey test himself. If Broner comes out and really is the best Broner out there then Broner should win easily.
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Old 06-28-2017, 11:29 AM   #25567
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People actaully think Broner can win?
I'd give McGregor better odds.

Mikey is way too technical for Broner's fraided shorts jive jiggy bullshit.
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Old 06-29-2017, 09:38 AM   #25568
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People actaully think Broner can win?
I'd give McGregor better odds.

Mikey is way too technical for Broner's fraided shorts jive jiggy bullshit.
Garcia KO 9
But its not about being too technical either. Broner does have skills. He's just not as disciplined as he should be. Size is what is going to make a difference and Broner's power is no joke either. Broner hurts most of his opponents and even dropped Porter. He can do it but its all up to him.
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Old 07-07-2017, 11:06 PM   #25569
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Gervonta Davis getting a fight with Orlando Salido sounds like a good way to aim him at a fight with Vasyl Lomanchenko. I like that....

...what I don't like is Lemieux passing on a title fight against Billy Jo Saunders to wait for a fight with Migeul Cotto.
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Old 07-11-2017, 09:28 AM   #25570
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Davis isn't even fighting Salido. It should be Jack co-main eventing not Davis. Jack is way more of a proven fighter and is moving up in weight class. Davis is no where near willing to fight Lomachenko so there is no need to hype him up.
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Old 08-05-2017, 10:10 PM   #25572
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Tim Bradley Announces His Retirement From Boxing

By Timothy Bradley

There always comes a point in life where we have to make choices that no matter how much we know the right option, it still leaves us filled with mixed emotions.

I have spent the past couple days trying to find the right words to describe this point in my life and no matter how long I sit and reflect, I still don't know if these words can do my thoughts justice, but I'm going to do my best to open up my heart and share with all of you during this pivotal time.
It is no secret that a life of any professional athlete is not an easy one- yes it comes with a lot of fame and fortune but also comes with fear and fatigue. A balance that has to be achieved by ambition and maintained through perspective.

For over twenty three years, Boxing gave me purpose and it defined me. Dedicated to my craft and fueled by my passion for the sport, my love for my team and my admiration for all of you who supported me day in and day out-- I was able to give 100% of myself to be the best and to always get up when I was knocked down. It was the biggest challenge in my life but I embraced the sacrifice with every victory and milestone reached.

Boxing gave me roots, it kept me off the streets, it gave me confidence, it taught me how to be a man and face every challenge head on and take the good with the bad. Yes I missed holidays, birthdays, even missed hearing some of my children's first words but more than time, it took my blood, sweat and tears, all things I can never get back. Which is why turning the page for me is bittersweet. That once in a lifetime purpose to wake up everyday and give 100% is now fueled towards something else- my family. I find my strength in them, my peace and most importantly, unconditional love.

I wake up wanting to spend all my time being a father, being a husband and being free. Although that square circle I lived to dance in everyday gave me so many smiles and blessings, it could never out weigh the smiles and blessings I receive from my wife and children. It's now my turn to support them and encourage them to live their dreams and I couldn't be more excited for this next chapter. I hope to continue to allow boxing in my world through teaching, commentating and being a fan of a sport I love so dearly.

And to you, the diehard fans, man, it's been one heck of a ride. The bumps, the bruises, the peaks, the valleys, the days I didn't want to get out of bed and the nights I couldn't sleep....So many occasions where my heart, mind and soul were tested but with every challenge there was hope and there was all of you...giving me the courage to fight another day and do what I loved to do.
I can never find the words to convey how much I appreciate all of you and how truly humbled I am by the unconditional support the past 23 years, Thank you. Thank you for cheering me on when I didn't deserve it, loving me most when I needed it and for being my heartbeat to keep going day after day. I am the man I am today because of you all.
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lomachenko destroyed him
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Old 08-07-2017, 02:38 PM   #25574
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LMAO Marquez's retirement cake is great

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