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How can you say Tyson was a bluff? He was youngest heavyweight champ of the world, that's not bluffing

Gunner

i said the POST PRISON TYSON WAS A BLUFFER. biting ears to avoid a beating,ducking stiff opposition by fighting Savarese`s,McNeelys,Neilsons and other soft touches while mouthing off about being the baddest and eating children.....thats bluffing.Tyson avoided Lewis for as long as he could and only fought him when he had no other choice but poverty..its a fact.And im a huge admirer of Mikes.

Amir did himself no favours the way he whinged about the referee and judges.He lost because he boxed a stupid fight.He needs to learn thats its better to win a stinker than lose a cracker.

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I just want someone to punch mayweathers head In!! Everytime I watch him fight, hes always managing to get out of the other fighters way! Also wasnt here last time when he last fought but mayweather should have never got away with that shit!, the ref didnt even tell them to start fighting again :unsure:

Zion86

love the vid gunner! lol

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So.... Haye clubs his own manager with a tripod after smashing a bottle on Chisoras face,Chisora bitch slaps and grogs all over the klitches and then gets soundly beaten :headpain:

A fine night for British boxing :wallbash:

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another vid from haye & chisora.. & for the record he punched the guy whilst holding a bottle.. good pics avail on sun mirror..

in my eyes tyson was the best i ever saw obv before his stretch.. he was then just used as a money machine.. sad sad waste of a man..

and totally agree mayweather is a loud mouth but the guy can box.. just hope we get the chance to see him fight pacman.. in saying that the tactics hes using to get out of the fight are disgusting to say the least... manny needs to be blood tested.. manny CANT train in the philippines.. who does this guy think he is ?

e2a:: trying to fix video link

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Gamboa v Rios. This is where its at.

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Gamboa v Rios. This is where its at.

Is this fight going ahead?would love to see rios v maidina

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Price is going to be the next heavyweight champ, scouse or not hes good

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Would love to see Price and Fury get it on.

But i think Fury backed out on that one, which is a shame.

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Just when you thought it was safe to go near a boxing ring again, Audley Harrison is back.

The man who calls himself A-Force will attempt to prove he is not a spent force when he returns to the ring.

Harrison will climb back into a ring on Saturday for the first time since his humiliating defeat to David Haye in November 2010, whom himself brought fresh shame to boxing with his public brawl with Derek Chisora.

Harrison, 40, was slaughtered for his limp display against Haye when he landed just one punch before the contest was stopped in the third round.

He was accused of not trying and the British Boxing Board of Control withheld part of his purse while they conducted a probe before releasing it two months later.

The 2000 Olympic gold medallist warned then he would be back and he will carry out his threat when he faces Ali Adams at the Brentwood Centre.

Any other fighter would have quit in embarrassment, but Harrison feels sufficiently rehabilitated following his participation in Strictly Come Dancing last year to show his face again in a ring.

The Londoner is still a mixture of delusion and bravado and be believes he can get in the reckoning with top prospects David Price and Tyson Fury.

“I know it’s dangerous to look past an opponent, especially when they are hungry and motivated like Ali Adams,” said the former European champ.

“But let’s be honest, I’m in a different league. Taking charge of my training camp again, allowed me to reignite the passion, hunger and desire needed to succeed and I’m back to loving my boxing.

“After I give Ali Adams a lesson in the sweet science, I’m looking for a challenge with one of the upcoming heavyweights. I’m throwing my name into the hat with David Price, Tyson Fury, Jonathan Banks or Seth Mitchell.”

As crazy as it sounds, Price’s promoter Frank Maloney says Harrison could earn a crack at his newly-crowned British and Commonwealth champ if he beats Adams.

Price, who was so good in beating Sam Sexton on Saturday, lacks domestic opponents because Fury is avoiding him and Haye and Dereck Chisora are involved in the sham at West Ham.

Maloney feels the Sydney gold medallist against the Beijing bronze medallist in this Olympic year could be good box office.

“We’ll have a look at where we go next with David,” said Maloney. “We’ll look at Audley Harrison and he’s fighting on Saturday.

“An Olympic gold medallist in Audley against an Olympic bronze medallist in David would be interesting.”

Harrison would jump at the chance to fight Price and he believes his story could yet have a happy ending, despite how hugely disappointing his professional career has been.

“The Haye fight hasn’t helped my legacy, but I can live with that,” said the southpaw, who is based in the US.

“In 2011, I found a way to create some goodwill with my appearance on Strictly Come Dancing and I made my body heal.

“Now there are no excuses. I’m ready to put in, not one, but a succession of Olympic-type performances to finish my career on a high and go out as a British bad boy, done good, who turned his life around and did himself, his family and his country proud.”

We’ll see, but something tells me he will fail - again.

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Going to the Harrison fight tonight ! not to watch "ordinary" harrison tho my good friend is a pro and his fight is just before the Harrison one .

To be honest not even sure we will stick about for the Harrison fight he`s a waste of space if you ask me :yep:

FG :v:

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me and a old mate sat getting stoned thursday night. his dad had him into boxing when he was very young, i watched him box at the liverpool stadium one time. he was very good but he was a eavy drinker, he trained and kept himself fit. him and myself started trvelling when we were in our teens, when i settled down he carried on travelling the world, he spent a few years in indonesia,became the indonesian champion at his weight. he was in australia 3 years ago when he crashed his van one night when pissed, now he's has no choice but to live in england, and he's just another alchy.

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