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Kid Blast:

Could be snoozer.

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Kid Blast:

Lampley is my man.

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Coxs Corner:

Mike Tyson did knock out Larry Holmes who was never before or after knocked out. Holmes was 48-2 and 4 years later schooled Ray Mercer who had bombed out Tommy Morrison in his previous fight. Tyson gets knocked for losing to Lewis but gets no credit for beating Holmes. Tyson is the only man to ever knock him out. Holy field looked much worse against an older version Holmes. Tyson destroyed Golota. Golota beat Bowe's *** twice before Andrew turning into the foul pole and losing the official verdict. Tyson should be above Bowe.

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Coxs Corner:

Mike Tyson did knock out Larry Holmes who was never before or after knocked out. Holmes was 48-2 and 4 years later schooled Ray Mercer who had bombed out Tommy Morrison in his previous fight. Tyson gets knocked for losing to Lewis but gets no credit for beating Holmes. Tyson is the only man to ever knock him out. Holy field looked much worse against an older version Holmes. Tyson destroyed Golota. Golota beat Bowe's *** twice before Andrew turning into the foul pole and losing the official verdict. Tyson should be above Bowe.

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Radam G:

"Maybe it will be against Shannon Briggs.



Hope so.



LET'S GO, CHAMP!



-Randy G."




Talking about "LET'S GO, CHAMP!" And all of that. Holla at the saddest scene ever in a boxing movie. Lil' toddler Radam G's bit scene didn't survive the cutting of the flick, but Lil' Ricky's did: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SU7NGJw0kR8.



By no means is this a hint of what might go down in a dance between Doc Wlad and S-Briggs. Holla!

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Radam G:

"Gotcha!"

DDV. holla at your Message box. Giggles is bugging me. Holla!

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dino da vinci:

Gotcha!

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Kid Blast:

SChteeeev, same mate

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Kid Blast:

Dino, I can't just yet but I will.

And TSS will get it first even though I write for several different sites around the world.

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Radam G:

"Keep your eyes on C-Al, Radam. Stop looking past him. As it is, if Da' Manny concentrates and focuses on Algieri, he will have problems. If he is thinking Postol and $$$May and a bunch of others, he is going to feel as if he's in with all of them on the 22nd.

Relax. I sense your blood pressure is going a bit too high. You need a shot of that oub or whatever that awful-sounding stuff you suggested we try, the stuff you said Mike Jones is now devouring. Mmm-mmm.

If you want, I'll have Algieri sign a photo and I'll send it to you.

-Randy G."

Hehehe! My blood pleasure is 92/54. I'm fine. I'm one of the most relax, grinning dude on the planet.

Your homeboy C-Al will not be much of a challenge. Sorry, but you and your other homeboy Doc M-Cola have 'em "High Hopes."

C-Al fights low. The whole show, he is going to blow. He moves as if he is stuck in some snow. Maybe he is waiting for another early Christmas gift, you know. It ain't happening in Macau, bro!

I sense your Cholesterol and Triglyceride are a bit high. High hoping will have you eating empty-calories celebratory, processed foods. That is junk -- the junk of nutrition.

Don't get depressed and holla at any lambanog products like Doc M-Cola is probably doing, though. Hehe!

The fixer up for you is a red pepper watermelon drink.

Throw into a blender some watermelon chucks, a tablespoon of concetrated black cherry juice, a half of teaspoon of red pepper chrushed and at least 16oz of pure -- unalcoholic -- coconut water. Let it blend, BABBBBEEE! A minute or two will be grand.

Then get laaaaaaiiiiidddd back and sip it down. But don't be eating any organic, unsalted almonds with the sipping. Because this drink will clean blockages going to your Johnshun . And with almonds, you will get a longer stretch and mad bulk that night. You will almost be the man you used to be. Hehehe! Your wifey will go: "Oh, Randal! STOP IT!"

Meanwhile: Tell Doc M-Cola that too much lambanog will make him a mess. Get himself some dark chocolate organic eggnog. Holla!

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Froggy:

Very generous offer Randy G !

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The Commish:

"Yes, I know.

Me too.

It's all good.

Keep up the great posts and stories about your life and interests."


Give me my family, my friends and my work in and around boxing and I'm the happiest guy on Earth, storm.

My offer to all of you who post here stands: If you are in NY on vacation or business, let me know, just the way The Shadow did. I'll put you on the air around the world.

So far, aside from The Shadow being in studio, I've had oubobcat and flackoguapo on the air via phone. I want yopu guys IN STUDIO.

All of you!

Make it happen!


-Randy G.

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The Commish:

"Wladimir Klitschko is still the top dog in the heavyweight division, but his Q Score rating in the US isn't what it could be, simply because he stages most of his bouts in his nation of residence, Germany.
But Klitschko's buzz-factor in the US could get a boost, I'm hearing on the street, because his next bout, after he deals with Kubrat Pulev (age 33; 20-0 with 11 KOs) on Nov. 15 in Hamburg, could be held in America, and in New York.
Rumor is that Bernd Bonte was making the rounds in NYC this week, talking to all the usual suspects when one is planning to stage a bout in the greatest city in the world, and wishes to televise that event. Bonte is the 38-year-old Wlad's right-hand manager regarding the Klitschko promotional entity which serves as the stagers for the supremely talented brothers from the Ukraine, Vitali, who now fights within the political arena, and younger brother Wladimir, who holds the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO heavyweight crowns.
When the 62-3 Wladimir might glove up after the November meetup against and against who isn't clear, but it seems like chances are good that his next scrap will take place in NYC. Watch this space, and follow me on Twitter for more on this issue."



Maybe it will be against Shannon Briggs.

Hope so.

LET'S GO, CHAMP!

-Randy G.

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stormcentre:

"My list of 15 wasn't about anybody being legendary or sensational.

It's what they meant to me. ME.

Each of us have our own personal list of favorite fighters. For whatever reason, the guys on our list are ones who we just can't wait until they fight again.

-Randy G."


Yes, I know.

Me too.

It's all good.

Keep up the great posts and stories about your life and interests.

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The Commish:

"After Da Manny kayos C-Al, C-Al can defend his light welterweight title against Viktor Pistol. And find out how tough Da Manny/3m's sparringmates are.

The undefeated, well-skilled, Pistol would kayo him and take his title. If C-Al stays at welterweight, the now well-nourish Mike Jones would put him to sleep. Even the lighter weight Martyiniouk would give C-Al problems. Holla!"


Keep your eyes on C-Al, Radam. Stop looking past him. As it is, if Da' Manny concentrates and focuses on Algieri, he will have problems. If he is thinking Postol and $$$May and a bunch of others, he is going to feel as if he's in with all of them on the 22nd.

Relax. I sense your blood pressure is going a bit too high. You need a shot of that oub or whatever that awful-sounding stuff you suggested we try, the stuff you said Mike Jones is now devouring. Mmm-mmm.

If you want, I'll have Algieri sign a photo and I'll send it to you.

-Randy G.

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The Commish:

"Don't worry Randy, I have a funny feeling that KT thinks you're alright - even though some on your list didn't truly achieve undisputed/unified status - or continually fight with a KO win in mind everytime.

There's enough love to go around.

Peace.

:)"


My list of 15 wasn't about anybody being legendary or sensational. It's what they meant to me. ME. Each of us have our own personal list of favorite fighters. For whatever reason, the guys on our list are ones who we just can't wait until they fight again.

For me, I've known Eddie Mustafa Muhammad since he was Eddie Gregory since our amateur days together. It was from talking to Eddie and watching guys like Eddie and Joe Frazier I learned about the art of body punching.

I want each of you to think of those one or two fighters you would say is/are your favorite/s to watch. Sure, we'll watch any and every boxing match. But when that day comes when your favorite guy fights, the day feels special. It's exciting. It's like a birthday. The guys on my list were the ones who, when they fought, I always had that "birthday kind of feeling."

As I said earlier, I really could have kept on going with that list: Roberto Duran. Matthew Saad Muhammad. Howard Davis (who remains as one of my closest friends and I guy I almost fought in 1972). Larry Holmes. Dwight Qawi. Gerry Cooney (my future radio sidekick!). And on and on.

What made it special over time is that I became close friends with all of the guys on the list with the exception of Tszyu, only because we never got to meet. Perhaps one day we will. But until then, when he fought, I was either there covering his fights or watching them on TV.

To me, there is no greater sport than boxing, and the guys on my list--and a whole bunch who are in my following 15 and the 15 after that--were my personal favorites to watch.

In fact, when I get to the SiriusXM studios today, I am going to watch one round from each of their fights on youtube!

Now THAT'S how to head into my boxing show!

-Randy G.

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thegreyman:

It was an SD not a UD. One of the results was 117-109. The only meaningful scorecard that night.

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Radam G:

Nice call by TB. Holla!

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Radam G:

"Could happen. Then again, a bored dude who gets punched in the head for too many years can imagine all kinds of whacky things. Let’s not forget that bimbubble like this is why Radam exists on this site - big whacky predictions, conspiracy theories, and the occasional Pinoy snack food. In the meantime, C-Al remains the holder of one of the savviest, bravest wins in recent boxing history, never lost a fight, and is going to give us an actual result against Pacquaio soon so we can go back to talking about boxing instead of Radam’s Lambanog blackout dreams."

Hehehehe! Actually, he lost his last fight. And look at the types of pugs who he's undefeated against: eight cadavers -- six of them with none winning records, 10 tomato cans and marshmallows, and two warm bodies, in which he got a BIG gift against one.

Sorry, but C-Al is going to pay to the piper. No more freebies. He is going to get slaughtered. Not because of what Radam G says, but because he has been perpetrating a ridiculous FRAUD. His con game is up. No optical illusions. Holla!

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Schteeeve:

I'm interested in hearing more about your project, Kid Blast.

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dino da vinci:

Mr Blast, please explain?

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Domenic:

Matthew Franklin on my list of this ilk, no doubt. MSM an absolute beast.

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stormcentre:

Sure Al Haymon have a lot of good talent signed up.

But good promotional outfits in boxing - particularly well heeled ones - have always known how to get around this and develop talent.

Roc Nation (RN) have an almost endless pool of new and upcoming boxers to choose from that are all "chewing at the bit" to get a chance to showcase their talent.

And as soon as it makes financial sense for the sanctions they will give RN attention and listen; just like the sanctions have done to promoters of choice in the past and currently.

It's all about money, business and entertainment.

Given that 3G has already, publicly, announced that Ward is too much for him right now, I would say that "if" RN can come to an agreement with GT Promotions, Prince and Ward; Ward would be an excellent statesman for RN's brand.

Particularly if he fights and blows out some of the guys that Gennady's management have steered him away from.

It's going to be interesting to see this all unfold.

One thing is for sure, the Ward - Goossen Tutor relationship is over and it makes no sense to continue with it if other viable options exist.

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stormcentre:

"The guys on my list were not just my favorite to watch, but all became very close with me on a personal level, from my days at World Boxing & International Boxing Magazines to my days at Ring Magazine to my years as a sportscaster to my years as NY's Boxing Commish.

While I know Duran--he's even asked me to call him "Cholo"--the men on my list are/were among my closest friends. The exception was Kosta Tszyu.

When I put my list of All-Time Greats up here, rest assured the name Roberto Duran will be on the list. He was incomparable!

-Randy G."


Don't worry Randy, I have a funny feeling that KT thinks you're alright - even though some on your list didn't truly achieve undisputed/unified status - or continually fight with a KO win in mind everytime.

There's enough love to go around.

Peace.

:)

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Kid Blast:

Dedham Freddie has made more money than most and he came out of the projects in Dedham and he came from a dysfunctional family. Naw, Dedham Freddie usually gets the last laugh and is a master con artist who know how to play mind games with the best. This time, he is putting the finishing touches on College Kid Chris who will be slaughtered like a Kosher Butcher slaughters a chicken. Too much power, too much speed, too much movement, and way too much ring savvy. Looking forward to this one because I am honored to be involved in a major production project associated with it. Let's get it on.

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mortcola:

"After Da Manny kayos C-Al, C-Al can defend his light welterweight title against Viktor Pistol. And find out how tough Da Manny/3m's sparringmates are.



The undefeated, well-skilled, Pistol would kayo him and take his title. If C-Al stays at welterweight, the now well-nourish Mike Jones would put him to sleep. Even the lighter weight Martyiniouk would give C-Al problems. Holla!"




Could happen. Then again, a bored dude who gets punched in the head for too many years can imagine all kinds of whacky things. Let's not forget that bimbubble like this is why Radam exists on this site - big whacky predictions, conspiracy theories, and the occasional Pinoy snack food. In the meantime, C-Al remains the holder of one of the savviest, bravest wins in recent boxing history, never lost a fight, and is going to give us an actual result against Pacquaio soon so we can go back to talking about boxing instead of Radam's Lambanog blackout dreams.

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Radam G:

After Da Manny kayos C-Al, C-Al can defend his light welterweight title against Viktor Pistol. And find out how tough Da Manny/3m's sparringmates are.

The undefeated, well-skilled, Pistol would kayo him and take his title. If C-Al stays at welterweight, the now well-nourish Mike Jones would put him to sleep. Even the lighter weight Martyiniouk would give C-Al problems. Holla!

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Kid Blast:

Roach is right. This kid is in way over his head.

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Radam G:

"I sure hope you are right Radam G, that would be great for the sport !"

You will see. I will be right.

TsAh's motto is: "I came, I saw, I conquered -- Veni, vici, vidi!" Just as he did in the music industry. POOF!

GONE! Holla!

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The Shadow:

"I sure hope you are right Radam G, that would be great for the sport !"

Why do you say that my friend?

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