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Skibbz:

Spill your beans! How will you take V Lo to victory #2?


Could check them in their gym, contact them via the promoter, social media or his website/email. Basically, jump in head first and don't stop trying.

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Skibbz:

"thanks Deep! we were crossing our fingers with the Canelo Vs Lara/ fight happening, Gomez wanted to bring us back soon! and so far everything falling in place, not in concrete yet, but looks like we will in on july 12th . Peterson posibble opponent."

Good for you guys you deserve it. I know Herrera will bring his A game, I hope he does it and beats the PED eating cheat bad. Looking forward to his performance.

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Skibbz:

Agree with the above, and also a nice way for V Lo to kick a competitor down a few rungs, pull himself up a few more all whilst getting a healthy cheque.

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The_King_AJ:

It will be interesting hearing Showtime's commentary on the fight.

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Skibbz:

A 10-10 round should never be allowed in my opinion, unless it is used in the most incredible circumstances where punch for punch, move for move and damage for damage the fighters gave and took equal amounts. That's incredibly rare.

As for scoring an even round for the champ... I disagree. Sure you must take the title off the champ but that doesn't mean he gets the benefit of the doubt in close rounds. As mentioned by other posts, does that mean the guy with the belt can fight for even rounds and win? It's pretty nonsensical if you ask me. In a close round I think we must allow for Judges to use the next best thing they have, their gut instinct. If you watch enough boxing you should have a feel for who came off better after the round, and score it accordingly.


Also a further point on what Kellerman said... I don't think he would want to be either guy in the ring after a close round. That's a very simplistic view to take and can often lead to sub conscious bias.

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the Roast:

"Finding quality hardworking knowledgable people is no easy task Mr Roast. No Sir, no easy task indeed. Internal memo states it's 'mothballs'. Let's leave it there, shall we?"

Hey I'm on the payroll, mothballs it shall be.

We'll edit that out in post production.

Lets take it from the top. Lose the Savage Science question, use the Ronda Rousey segment on 3,2,...

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dino da vinci:

"What ever happened to the original bastard son of the Sweet Science, the Savage Science? The Savage Science was billed as our sister site and was dedicated to MMA. The Savage Science site was lost after the great format change and never returned.



I am not a big fan of MMA/UFC. I enjoyed Strikeforce for a year or so on Showtime. I discovered the Queen of the armbar Ronda Rousey there. She is a charismatic performer with her tap or snap motto. A pretty girl with a big smile and the ability to break arms. If women's boxing could produce a star like Ronda we would see women's boxing on TV. Sadly, Dana White bought Strikeforce and shut it down. He created a weight class and gave Ronda that belt. She only appears on PPV now. He will use Ronda until she loses or gets out to persue other intrests. That's another thing I don't like about MMA. Its a monopoly."




Finding quality hardworking knowledgable people is no easy task Mr Roast. No Sir, no easy task indeed. Internal memo states it's 'mothballs'. Let's leave it there, shall we?

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the Roast:

What ever happened to the original bastard son of the Sweet Science, the Savage Science? The Savage Science was billed as our sister site and was dedicated to MMA. The Savage Science site was lost after the great format change and never returned.

I am not a big fan of MMA/UFC. I enjoyed Strikeforce for a year or so on Showtime. I discovered the Queen of the armbar Ronda Rousey there. She is a charismatic performer with her tap or snap motto. A pretty girl with a big smile and the ability to break arms. If women's boxing could produce a star like Ronda we would see women's boxing on TV. Sadly, Dana White bought Strikeforce and shut it down. He created a weight class and gave Ronda that belt. She only appears on PPV now. He will use Ronda until she loses or gets out to persue other intrests. That's another thing I don't like about MMA. Its a monopoly.

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the Roast:

What, no pendulum graghics?

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Radam G:

If G-Russ Junebug doesn't catch an imaginary injury in training camp, V-Lo is going to expose him. Whup his arse. And show ev'ybodee and dey momma that G-RJ has been in the Pretender Protection Program. Holla!

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dino da vinci:

I loved Joey Giardello.

BHop would be the first person to tell you he has the first nickel he's ever earned. He has said fairly recently he's only now started tipping. While I have some beliefs about the universe that would greatly differ from Mr Hopkins, I respect his respect for hard work and an earned dollar.

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dino da vinci:

Yes, I've heard him tell different variations of that story as well.

The book 'The Life and Crimes of Don King' is a great read. I recommend. I once saw a copy of it listed for eBay for an opening bid of a penny. Shipping $2.00

Auction ended without a bid.

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Radam G:

Maybe his hair got that way, but it is not still there. The game is full of optical illusions everywhere.

Da Don K started balding in 1985 and by 1995 started wearing clued-in hair with da real thing, BABEEE!

A lot of people are doing it nowadays and were. Matter of fact, back in the day, a lot of fighters fought with their hair pieces/"systems" on. It is a famous video on YouTube where a fighter got hit so hard that his clued-on hair flew off.

The most famous boxer who wore a hair system was a guy out of San Tony. I cannot recall his name right now. But I bet -- no, I know -- TSS reader Bigstinkybug know who I'm spittin' about. The dude is a boxing promoter nowadays.

BSB, where in da double fudge heck are you? Holla!

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dino da vinci:

"Radam throw amayseng and young amayseng a job one day, would ya pal?


My boy is getting bigger by the day, 15 now, 5'9 163 lbs


Somebody has to transport your luggage as you venture from country to country.."



My oldest son turned 16 last month. About 6' 3" 185 and the women tell me he's gorgeous. Insanely intelligent. Extremely athletic. Heart the size of Central America. Loves and trains for MMA.

WHY LORD, OH WHY?

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amayseng:

"Sorri, but Ms. G and the kids won't be arriving until Sunday from Manila. It is summer school break in the P-Islands. The G kids and the G wifey will be hanging out and traveling with G me on U.S. mainland for the next month. And then we are off to Japan and China and back to the P-Islands.

I'm certain that we will be getting together one day sooner before later. Until then, hehe! Holla!"


Radam throw amayseng and young amayseng a job one day, would ya pal?


My boy is getting bigger by the day, 15 now, 5'9 163 lbs


Somebody has to transport your luggage as you venture from country to country..

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admin:

ONLY GET THIS STUFF IN OUR FORUM lol. ---EM "Thirty years have passed since I first encountered Don King. It was at the long-gone Showboat in Las Vegas where he was co-promoting a small boxing card. I taped an interview with him and ran it unexpurgated in a local sports periodical, it too long-gone. I saved a copy and today I dug it out of a bin in the garage.

I had prepared a long list of questions. I got to use only one before King was summoned away.

AN INTERVIEW WITH DON KING (MARCH, 1984)

Me: What's with the hair?

DK: I went to bed one evening and my hair was kinky, the way that most black folk's is. The next morning it was standing straight up, au natural, an aura from God. I feel that my hair is the symbol of courage and righteousness, performance and dignity. I feel that I have been anointed to go out and to persevere and to fight in the wilderness. You know what I mean? To try to help others that are less fortunate than myself. This great land of ours is in the tradition of a pioneer and a trailblazer. To be a pioneer and a trailblazer you must be able to deal with whatever unforeseen contingencies arise. What may jump from behind a tree or what may crawl from under a rock. That I am doing. I feel that as long as my hair stands up straight on my head the strength and aura from God is upon me and I shall continue to move mountains. In the Bible it says that if you have the faith of the grain of a mustard seed nothing shall be impossible unto you. You can go tell yonder mountain to be removed, and hence in the twinkling of an eye, the mountain will be removed. I have been removing obstacles, mountains, impediments all the time because God is with me. Otherwise, how could I - -only in America could a Don King happen -- how could I, a poor black boy from the ghetto, rise to the ascendency of premier promoter in the world and meet with kings, queens, dictators, chiefs of state, shahs, and presidents.So it gives me a great feeling of achievement and accomplishment, and I know that I couldn't have done it by myself. So my magic lies in my people-ties and as long as I don't allow my vanity and my ego to possess me, my star shall continue to ascend to the heavens. But the day that I allow my vanity to tell me that the world is centered around me, that is the day that my star will cascade to the earth precipitously with a loud clamor and there will be no more Don King."

This was the longest paragraph that ever ran under my byline, but when Don King activated his mouth, he didn't come up for air until he had finished his filibuster.

In later years, I got a kick out of watching DK work "radio row" in press rooms. I'm certain that some of those radio guys also prepared a long list of questions, a waste of time because Don King didn't do dialogues, he only did monologues, long-winded monologues. Since no one ever led off with a hardball question, that meant that King was never called to revisit the dark times in his life. He was/is a very public personality, but may have been the most private man that I ever met.

Anyway, now we know how his hair got that way. He went to bed one night and the next morning his hair stood up higher on his head. A gift from God. Mystery solved."

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amayseng:

I love Mayorga he is a crazy muthaf***** and entertaining.

How in the world did he beat the Viper??

I need to re-watch those bouts.

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dino da vinci:

"Spectacular accomplishment. Toledo illuminates the inspiring journey of Aaron Wade and its culmination couldn't be more satisfying. In this sport, with so much focus placed on artifice, and the rewarding of it so intense and vile, Toledo shatters the generic imagery. He pieces together stray bits of information to paint the whole of these men, stealing them from dark corners and bringing them into the light. Toledo doesn't forget their contributions, the integrity with which they served a sport that didn't repay them adequately. And because Toledo doesn't forget, we will remember."

Springs has inched the bar north just a bit higher than everyone who has preceded him.

The late great Pat Putnam told me he felt his own work was still getting better right up to the time he passed. And he said that some of his colleagues felt the same way about theirs. Projected out over the next twenty to thirty years the body of work Toledo is capable of producing and you realize we might well be experiencing a Jordanesque like run.

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amayseng:

"TSS Fight Forensic Analyst L-Wy got down with it. Now what can be more clearer than that about the super skills of Da Manny?

Da Manny is so uncanny. And will sink Money May's front-yard taught, bootlegged shoulder-rolling @$$ like the Titanic. The whole Fam May and it groupies will be in full panic.

They will wonder "O'HOW and O'WHY," as the jacked-up super myth of Money May's unbeatology double die.

On Money May's arse, Da Manny will be a toll. He ain't scared of no Pops Joy May's bootlegged, front-yard taught shoulder roll. Holla!"


Manny is so good and so fast that honestly you have to see it in slow motion to see the sweet work he does.

I watched it live, on my plasma, in HD, sober, and I didnt catch half of what he was doing in there..


Bsug said it right, Tim had to work 110 percent just to keep pace with Pac and just like last fight he injures himself one way or another in the process. by round 7 Tim had depleted all he had just to stay even in 6 rounds. Pac is just on another level.

Appreciate him while he is here

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amayseng:

Great work, much appreciated. I can only imagine how much work goes into making such a video.

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Radam G:

"I think he had a fight scheduled earlier this year that was held up by Don King. I have a feeling we will see Mayorga in the ring again at some point but who knows when that will be."

Ditto, Oubobcat! Da Don K is not getting humble in old age. He still wants all your money and the big stage. Holla!

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dino da vinci:

True. I had two offers over a period of eight years to join team Mayorga and declined both. Ricardo touched some money along the way, but I don't believe he's held on to much of it. So, like most, he probably won't be walking away anytime soon. He may have made the Cotto fight interesting, but he didn't make it competitive. I was there for that fight. He was stomping on the canvas, pointing as if to say, fight me right here! Then in no time Ricardo was on the move again. Fans ate it up.

I think he broke his thumb in the last round. He didn't make the finish line.

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Radam G:

Too QUICK! My daughter will be 13 years old in October. And my son just hit lucky seven last week. Holla!

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Radam G:

B "Beware" Stiverne is getting da double fudge knocked out.

Chris is rockin' and rollin.' Stiverne sockin' and peacock strollin.'

Becoming the WBC world champion is in his sight. He is not clowning and bulljiving for this fight.

Fact check. He will not become the only Mexican American World heavyweight champion, but the first California native born one. I do believe until somebody prove me wrong. I don't have time to check. Holla!

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dino da vinci:

Enjoy your time with your family. Kids grow up much too quick.

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oubobcat:

I think he had a fight scheduled earlier this year that was held up by Don King. I have a feeling we will see Mayorga in the ring again at some point but who knows when that will be.

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Radam G:

NO! We have not seen the last of Mayorga. He and Da Don K are battling about a contract. And Mayorga ain't blinking. And Da Don K is slowly thinking.

But in the end, he will lose, and Mayorga will be back in dat squared jungle. Holla!

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Radam G:

TSS Fight Forensic Analyst L-Wy got down with it. Now what can be more clearer than that about the super skills of Da Manny?



Da Manny is so uncanny. And will sink Money May's front-yard taught, bootlegged shoulder-rolling @$$ like the Titanic. The whole Fam May and it groupies will be in full panic.



They will wonder "O'HOW and O'WHY," as the jacked-up super myth of Money May's unbeatology double die.



On Money May's arse, Da Manny will be a toll. He ain't scared of no Pops Joy May's bootlegged, front-yard taught shoulder roll. Holla!

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Neal Cross:

Spectacular accomplishment. Toledo illuminates the inspiring journey of Aaron Wade and its culmination couldn't be more satisfying. In this sport, with so much focus placed on artifice, and the rewarding of it so intense and vile, Toledo shatters the generic imagery. He pieces together stray bits of information to paint the whole of these men, stealing them from dark corners and bringing them into the light. Toledo doesn't forget their contributions, the integrity with which they served a sport that didn't repay them adequately. And because Toledo doesn't forget, we will remember.

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ArneK.:

Although it seems oxymoronic to call a 49-year-old boxer level-headed, especially an ex-con who enters the ring in a Halloween costume, Hopkins always struck me as a man that had his head on straight. I remember him telling a reporter that he couldn't understand why a person would pony up big money for a Rolex when his Timex kept the same time. Maybe he was just play-acting, positioning himself as the anti-Tyson or the anti-Mayweather because it heightened his profile but, regardless, I think it's a safe bet that he won't out-live his money (unlike, for example, the recently deceased Mickey Rooney, who made millions and millions and left an estate of only $18,000, less than the amount of his outstanding debts).

Considering all the great middleweights that have come out of Philly, it's strange to think that BHop was the first middleweight champion actually born there. Joey Giardello is often accorded that honor, but he was actually born in Brooklyn.

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