Mofo2

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  1. Floyd was years younger and hadn't been lounging for 2 years tbf
  2. For every stream they stop there will be 5 more to replace them; no one in their right mind would pay to watch this
  3. Mosley hangs em up

    He has had a great career; definitely the right time!
  4. KD or not?

    The wobbly arm movement would have about as much effect as this
  5. KD or not?

    Oh fuckkk he is in bigger trouble than I thought
  6. KD or not?

    Yeah definitely a knockdown, but on viewing Connor overall his head movement looked slow and his hands were low during that clip - a 60% Floyd will find a knockout punch on refelction!
  7. What I wouldnt do for a fucking four pack
  8. Dillian Whyte has confirmed he will make his US debut against Malcolm Tann, but is not willing to wait for a fight against American world champion Deontay Wilder. The Brixton man will end an eight-month absence from the ring when he faces Tann on the undercard of the Terence Crawford-Julius Indongo bill in Nebraska on August 20, live on Sky Sports.
  9. Dillian Whyte to make US debut

    I will be fucked if I know; your supposed to be clued up as he lives on your side of pond
  10. http://www.boxingnewsonline.net/chris-eubank-jr-next-fight-date-and-venue-revealed/
  11. I guess he has to try and cram years worth of experience into one training camp, so I dont hold it against him going for it in every sparring session as though it was the real thing; he has little choice tbh
  12. Froch was a fucking warhorse; loads of heart and never a thought of him ever relenting to punishment - very underrated fighter who fought just aboiut every one of his main rivals at home and on the road!
  13. Carl Froch considers George Groves the favourite for the super-middleweight edition of the upcoming World Boxing Super Series that starts next month. The 40-year-old, who retired as the WBA and IBF champion and once held the WBC title, also believes the competition can significantly advance Groves' and his rivals' careers. Froch's bitter two-fight rivalry with Groves concluded with a knockout victory at Wembley in 2014 that attracted a crowd of almost 80,000 because of the profile they shared. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/boxing/article-4772344/Froch-labels-Groves-World-Boxing-Super-Series-favourite.html#ixzz4pBc9CjEN
  14. TBF Paulie has always been a pretty straight talker as a fighter and as a pundit and I dont have any reason to believe he is shit talking here, ultimately he made his comments after McGregors team released photos they said they wouldnt in regards to sparring!!
  15. I didnt see an attempt to control the range tbh throwing single jabs isnt really a gameplan; the problem she had was a gulf in class, because you couldnt even say she had a poor guard as she looked to protect herself throughout, but the shere volume of punches and combinations opened it up!
  16. Jarrell Miller has vowed to knock out Dillian Whyte "worse than Anthony Joshua did" after being challenged on social media by the British heavyweight. The American was angered by criticism from Whyte following his stoppage victory over Gerald Washington on the undercard of Mikey Garcia's win against Adrien Broner in New York last weekend. Miller, nicknamed 'Big Baby', was not pleased with his physical condition as he tipped the scales at 300lbs, but is confident he would inflict a crushing defeat on Whyte, who returns to action in Nebraska on August 19, live on Sky Sports. "I guarantee you that Dillian would have a harder time with Washington than I did," Miller told Sky Sports. "People said I'm a slugger - have you watched any of my fights? I out-box guys, I box on the inside. Dillian is a slugger. "There are times when I slug it out but he can't throw combinations like I can. He isn't as slick as I am. "I would knock Dillian out way worse than Anthony Joshua did. I guarantee you that. "Dillian can say what he wants but he doesn't want to see me in the ring. I can promise you that." Miller ruled out a fight on British soil and has instead suggested that he would be an ideal opponent for Anthony Joshua if the IBF and WBA 'super' champion wants to boost his profile in America.
  17. It was bound to happen

    Haha spot on
  18. Eddie Hearn expects to finalise Anthony Joshua's world title defence against Kubrat Pulev in the wake of Wladimir Klitschko's retirement. The Ukrainian's announcement on Thursday ended the prospect of a November rematch with Joshua, who won the pair's Wembley epic in April. Pulev is next in line as the IBF's mandatory challenger, and Hearn has already started negotiations with the Bulgarian's promoter Kalle Sauerland
  19. Im hoping Cardiff...no getting up in the middle of the night
  20. WBC heavyweight champion Deontay has called out WBA/IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. “I don’t wanna hear nuthin’ about mandatories or the sanctioning bodies,” said Wilder. http://fightnews.com/wilder-calls-joshua/2299
  21. WTF Didnt know he was still active tbh didnt he already retire haha
  22. Hearn will do what is best for AJ and this fight isnt worthy of a vegas billing it has no gravitas - makes sense all round for it to be in the UK