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Pazuzu:

"Might have found success against a particular all-time great, and how so?"



James Toney against Rocky Marciano. Toney was slick, could fight inside, had big power and has never, ever been knocked out.



(P.S. I mean this in all sincerity, it is not AKKnowledge bait).

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deepwater2:

"Might have found success against a particular all-time great, and how so?"



Junior Jones beating Barrera twice. I thought M.A Barrera would mow down Jones but Jones used his stiff jab, long right hand and rough house tactics to win.

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dino da vinci:

"Hmmm.



Khan V Thurman would be a good fight.



It's hard to imagine Khan being confident going into that one.



Whereas Thurman, he would probably be all geed up."






Do not be too quick in writing off Khan in this scrap. He has enough tools to make it interesting.

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Radam G:

"Nothing good can come opening that graphic link so I will pass. Whatever the number is I'm not sure but look how fat he is from over the weekend.
http://www.boxingscene.com/photo-adrien-broner-resurfaces-looking-very-heavy--85286"


Right on! You can see even there, he is no 157 to 160 pounds. This 5-foot-5 dude is going to end up being 300 pounds, just as his 5-foot-3-inch pops is. Holla.

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deepwater2:

"His weight is carried in his inter thighs and hips. He doesn't have saddle thighs. And you are right about his toothpick legs below the knees. Dude has the type anatomy that hide his weight and fat until you know where to look. He is a big, thick short dude.

He will end up being like James Toney. And much later in life, he will be splitting image of his pops. You ought to see his pops with shorts on. Dude bird legged below the knees.

Holla a good look at him the next time you see him in person. Holla!"


Nothing good can come opening that graphic link so I will pass. Whatever the number is I'm not sure but look how fat he is from over the weekend.
http://www.boxingscene.com/photo-adrien-broner-resurfaces-looking-very-heavy--85286

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michigan400:

Floyd is "The Best Ever" so why should he get a pass. He even say Manny is not on his level.

If you wanna be "The Best Ever", then you also have to live up to much higher expectations. I mean, people expect a little more from the President of the United States than they do from the president of the local high school don't they.

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jauregui0609:

Of course he wouldn't get a pass. Neither does Pac. The only ones giving him props for that fight are the hype-men/ boxing columnist, and people trying to make that mega fight happen. Fans on the other hand have proven that we don't want to see anyone else get in the ring with them, by not buying ppvs. Both of them are taking advantage of the fans by selecting punching bags for their bouts.

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Radam G:

"Sensei, you're actually way off for once. He has toothpick legs, anorexic thighs and a little booty. He's very top heavy with oddly bulging deltoids.

EDIT: http://youtu.be/0TvGnfQ7jIQ?t=7m34s *WARNING* It's graphic, but here you can see for yourself.

Floyd Mayweather even said it in an interview/media call that Broner's legs are too skinny and that he should move back down to lightweight LOL."


His weight is carried in his inter thighs and hips. He doesn't have saddle thighs. And you are right about his toothpick legs below the knees. Dude has the type anatomy that hide his weight and fat until you know where to look. He is a big, thick short dude.

He will end up being like James Toney. And much later in life, he will be splitting image of his pops. You ought to see his pops with shorts on. Dude bird legged below the knees.

Holla a good look at him the next time you see him in person. Holla!

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The Shadow:

"I don't know anything about that rumor. But I'm willing to best that Broner is about 175lbs. He has a body built where he's not yet belly heavy, but in the thighs and buttock are where he hides his excess weight. Maybe -- other than that it is in style -- he wears all of his clothes below the waist and around the arse and thighs extra baggy.

Dudes has thighs bigger than a NFL linebacker and an arse wider than a backboard.

A lot of short type of people are that way. And when they get middle age, their bellies start to pop out to catch up to those tree-trunk thighs and wide @$$e$.

Holla at b-ball game. Broner is not 157-160lbs nothing. Somebody must be suffering from expectation blindness. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzr1jb6f7Kc. Holla!"


Sensei, you're actually way off for once. He has toothpick legs, anorexic thighs and a little booty. He's very top heavy with oddly bulging deltoids.

EDIT: http://youtu.be/0TvGnfQ7jIQ?t=7m34s *WARNING* It's graphic, but here you can see for yourself.

Floyd Mayweather even said it in an interview/media call that Broner's legs are too skinny and that he should move back down to lightweight LOL.

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stormcentre:

Hmmm.

Khan V Thurman would be a good fight.

It's hard to imagine Khan being confident going into that one.

Whereas Thurman, he would probably be all geed up.

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Radam G:

"Amir Khan has improved in his boxing skills. Since Floyd has mentioned that Amir Khan is unknown to the casual boxer and he has no desire to fight him, Khan should fight Keith Thurman. Keith will no doubt beat Khan and this will increase Thurman's popularity."

I agree. I believe that the very hard-hitting, patient, "One Time" Thurman would kayo Amir Khan with sneak shot in a round or two. Holla!

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thegreyman:

Go go Gennady

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New York Tony:

Guy's gone from sort of champ to glorified gatekeeper. Very bad advice from Al Haymon, but Quillin took it, so it's his responsibility and his consequences.

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The Commish:

I'm thrilled Roc Nation is finally set to launch their boxing program.

I'll be there late, as I get off the air at 8:00. Gonna' have Gentleman Gerry in tow.

-Randy G.

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Denise Alvarez:

Amir Khan has improved in his boxing skills. Since Floyd has mentioned that Amir Khan is unknown to the casual boxer and he has no desire to fight him, Khan should fight Keith Thurman. Keith will no doubt beat Khan and this will increase Thurman's popularity.

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dino da vinci:

"Hope all of you are well here at TSS. Missed you all.

Nice breakdown, Caveman.

Caveman aka cylee has fast become one of the most knowledgable fight fans in his few short years. Many of us remember his early prediction of Andre Ward's ascent before Andre was but a gleam in most of our eyes.

Always good to hear his breakdowns because he cares about actually breaking down the fighting itself."


We're putting the band back together. Thanks for stopping by Fe'Roz, have a cup of hot chocolate with those little marshmallows and enjoy an article or two. Somebody get that man a menu...

Happy Holidays, Sir.

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Fe'Roz:

Hope all of you are well here at TSS. Missed you all.



Nice breakdown, Caveman.



Caveman aka cylee has fast become one of the most knowledgable fight fans in his few short years. Many of us remember his early prediction of Andre Ward's ascent before Andre was but a gleam in most of our eyes.



Always good to hear his breakdowns because he cares about actually breaking down the fighting itself.

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Radam G:

"I keep in touch with the Caveman on facebook here and there. I told him he should jump in and be a Mod way back at the beginning of the contest. He would have been great stirring it up. He has been traveling and working a lot. He used to say he didn't like the format here, said it was slow. I never knew what he meant, I never have any problems."



He is stimulated by chaos, bullsyet and put-down battling. There are boxing forums for that.



WARNING: the following is explicit. But MisterLee and many of the other knuckleheads who left the Universe are fans of this type of gitdown and wannabes. I'm da real deal Thrilla from Manila who is real with all in the reality of the actuality. Life is too short for phoniness up in cyberspace or real space. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-vi-0HJrNY. Holla!

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Radam G:

"So you are saying it was the refs fault that C-Al went the distance? Come on now."

You just said that. Others have criticized the ref for not stopping the fight after the fifth and sixth knockdown.

I'm not one who thinks that a fight should ever be stopped by a ref. I say that the corner or the doctor should stop it. Or the ref counts the dude out. I ain't wuzzy.

I salute that ref. He let C-Al go out on his shield. Holla!

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Radam G:

I don't know anything about that rumor. But I'm willing to best that Broner is about 175lbs. He has a body built where he's not yet belly heavy, but in the thighs and buttock are where he hides his excess weight. Maybe -- other than that it is in style -- he wears all of his clothes below the waist and around the arse and thighs extra baggy.



Dudes has thighs bigger than a NFL linebacker and an arse wider than a backboard.



A lot of short type of people are that way. And when they get middle age, their bellies start to pop out to catch up to those tree-trunk thighs and wide @$$e$.



Holla at b-ball game. Broner is not 157-160lbs nothing. Somebody must be suffering from expectation blindness. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzr1jb6f7Kc. Holla!

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the Roast:

"Hehehehe! Leave it to tR. You got jokes! How do you pull that stuff outta your neurons so quickly?

"Wow!" What type of human in boksing comes up with the "power outage" of Da Manny "continues?"

That was the referee that let C-Al go on. Now when other fighters get knoocked down four or five times, they are going be p$$ed, and will use the Da Manny-C-Al Bout for an excuse why the ref shouldn't stop their matches. Holla!"


So you are saying it was the refs fault that C-Al went the distance? Come on now.

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the Roast:

I keep in touch with the Caveman on facebook here and there. I told him he should jump in and be a Mod way back at the beginning of the contest. He would have been great stirring it up. He has been traveling and working a lot. He used to say he didn't like the format here, said it was slow. I never knew what he meant, I never have any problems.

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OneTonMan:

Maybe you boxing scribes should put your act together and agree not to be biased.

Fans are biased, but mostly reacting to articles written by so-called boxing scribes.

Propping up a fighter for the sake of readership. The world is different now, it's survival of the fittest,

however it can be achieved, by hook or by crook. Talk to your circle about it. Complaining to the readers will only generate more of the same.

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dino da vinci:

Yes. Yes he is.

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dino da vinci:

Yes, the rumor is false.

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The Commish:

I am with you all the way on the belief that Quillin did not get cold feet as I have heard so many times in his giving up the WBO belt rather than face Kovolov.

On the week he surrendered his title, he had been in studio with me and Gerry Cooney. He was talking about his wife about to give birth. He was talking about her miscarriage the year before and the concern they both were having about this pregnancy. He was talking about his dad's heart attack. I realize that everybody goes through life with a myriad of problems big and small, but I realize everybody handles those problems differently. From the way it appeared to Cooney and me, the problems and stress Quillin was going through were too much for him, and were hoping he'd postpone his defense against Korobov. Two days later, he did more than postpone the fight. He cancelled his championship.

When Peter Quillin fights, he gives 100% of himself. Such would not have been the case had he gone through with the fight.

I enjoy watching Quillin fight and believe we will see him several times I 2015.

I also believe he will continue to improve and show us the best Peter Quillin we've yet been treated to seeing.

I know many of you are not believers in his ability.

In 2015, I'm sure we will be finding out just how good apter Quillin really is.

-Randy G.

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amayseng:

MisterLee is surely missed.

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amayseng:

"He's said that for years, actually, way before he was with Haymon. Even back when he was with DiBella.

First time I heard him say it was in 2009. So he hasn't sold out; that's his opinion and he's entitled to it. Doesn't make him a weakling."


He sold out his belief's and dignity for money...Weak.

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deepwater2:

"Paulie thinks Floyd is the best ever? Spare me the bs, Paulie has legitimately become the biggest kiss *** ****rider in the sport. He sold out to TSAH like a straight bitch. The old country looks down on weaklings like this."



tsAH's best business move was to pay off Paulie so he would stop badmouthing him in the press. Paulie used to say tsAH is what's bad about boxing. Paulie will not bite the hand that feeds him.

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The Shadow:

NICE!



I'll be there!



Shadow on the beat...

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