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  1. Thongboy has no criteria on what makes a top P4P fighter
  2. ah makes sense now why someone is on the hunt for it
  3. we glad you were too busy driving the short bus of ronda p4p to get on
  4. thongboy echo in here? WE KNOW ALL THE DETAILS mmGHEY needs boxing to stay relevant , its why you needed the bluff but it got called the fact mmGHEY continues to POSTURE like they really want WHAT THEY ASKED FOR shows they are more WWE than just Brock lesnar
  5. Sign the fight mmghey pussies , your bluff has been called SIGN THE FUCKIN FIGHT ALREADY
  6. this clown fulla shit , sign the fight already posturing like a ho , there is a LEGIT CONTRACT
  7. chocolatito doesnt look as soft this time at 115 , he wore his plastic less this training camp it seemed than previous
  8. Golovkin and Jacobs weighed in at almost exactly the same weight Friday morning inside The Theater at Madison Square Garden. Kazakhstan’s Golovkin (36-0, 33 KOs) officially weighed 159.6 pounds for their 12-round middleweight title fight at Madison Square Garden. Brooklyn’s Jacobs (32-1, 29 KOs) weighed 159.8 pounds. - See more at:
  9. the divide is too great amongst the big dogs to get any quality in tourney me thinks
  10. Duva is a big part of my love for boxing , I attended many of his cards at Ice world growing up RIP Legendary Hall of Fame boxing manager and trainer Lou Duva, the patriarch of one of the most influential families in the sport, passed away today at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Paterson, New Jersey. He was 94. He died of natural causes, according to his son Dino Duva. A fiery and charismatic character, Lou Duva’s career spanned seven decades in the corners of boxing champions. Duva handled the careers of 19 world champions, and most notably trained heavyweight titlist Evander Holyfield, and welterweight kingpins Pernell Whitaker and Meldrick Taylor – all U.S.A. Olympic medalists – just to name a few. Duva’s first world champion was middleweight Joey Giardiello, who won the title in 1963. Lou Duva was born on May 28, 1922 in New York City to Italian immigrants, and the family later moved Paterson, New Jersey. A true icon in the sport of the “Sweet Science,” Lou Duva is enshrined in the International Boxing Hall of Fame (1998), as well as the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame, and the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame. Duva and his family built the promotional company Main Events (founded in 1978) into one of boxing’s powerhouses. Duva was voted “Manager of the Year” in 1985 by the Boxing Writers Association of America. In 1987, the World Boxing Association chose Duva as “Trainer of the Year.” Lou Duva is survived by his son Dino and his wife Margi, daughters Donna Duva Brooks and her husband Tommy Brooks, Deanne Boorman and her husband Mike Boorman, and Denise; daughter in law Kathy Duva, widow of Dan Duva; grandchildren Cassandra and her husband Shaun, Max and partner Tabitha Hugdahl, Nicole, Alex, Lisa and her husband Will Jamieson, Louis, Amanda, Bryan, Deena, Michael and Scott; and great grandchildren Shaun Jr., Carter, Luc and Ryan. Lou Duva was pre-deceased by his wife Enes, and eldest son Dan. “The overwhelming number of calls and sympathy wishes from so many friends and associates shows how much our father was loved and respected. We sincerely appreciate the support from everyone.” said Dino Duva.
  11. nah check your facts 2001 theres still one left although not for long
  12. ok mate props to the lad from liverpool but lets us not forget you have been a steadfast supporter of that vagina haye ,never has a man lived up to the billing of paper muscle like twinkle toe i dont wanna hear how he TOUGHED IT out yesterday either because it was his fat gut and wild swinging gassing him more than his leg , and btw if his Achilles was gone it wouldnt have been up for debate if he needed surgery , it would have been no question ala kobe , that twinkle toe and his team DECIDED it was best to go in and look is to save face guarantee in few weeks team haye will claim to have suffered such an injury a mere mortal would not have been able to survive
  13. O2 Arena, London - After nearly a year of trash talking and numerous confrontations, Tony Bellew (29-2-1, 19 KOs) pulled off a huge upset by dropping and stopping former two division world champion David Haye (28-3, 26 KOs) in the eleventh round.