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The Commish:

"Watch what you wish for. You may just get it. I might just bring the noise-talking G Fam up in your studio and we will serve you some Balut and ubod -- coconut tree worms -- cooked in Filipino adobo style.

And if I bring my 114-year-old ex-boxing Tio Mamoy, he will challenge you to push ups on one finger and thumb. He will then challenge you to close your hand before he can snatch out a two-dollar coin or a stack of five copper-coined dollars.

Don't do it. He will break you -- take all of your moolah and LAUGH! Holla"


Radam, you certainly can bring Tio Mamoy and the rest of the "noise-talking G Fam" up to the SiriusXM studios, but leave the Balut and ubod behind--this is a boxing show, not "Unique International Delicacies with Randy & Gerry."

Just the thought of eating tree worms makes me a bit queezy (do you cover them in dark chocolate, maybe?). By the way, any news on how Mike Jones is doing with his new team and new diet of Balut, ubod, Sisic, Penoy, Betute and Dinugan At Puto?

If he's really eating all that, he deserves to win a world title.

Bring your family.

Leave the food. Sorry. No tree worms allowed!

-Randy G.

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Radam G:

"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 you guys IN STUDIO.

All of you!

Make it happen!


-Randy G."


Watch what you wish for. You may just get it. I might just bring the noise-talking G Fam up in your studio and we will serve you some Balut and ubod -- coconut tree worms -- cooked in Filipino adobo style.

And if I bring my 114-year-old ex-boxing Tio Mamoy, he will challenge you to push ups on one finger and thumb. He will then challenge you to close your hand before he can snatch out a two-dollar coin or a stack of five copper-coined dollars.

Don't do it. He will break you -- take all of your moolah and LAUGH! Holla

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Radam G:

"Sometimes I feel like I am on another planet when I drop in on this forum.

But then I realise it's OK, cause the Alien is fighting soon."


Hehehehe! That was a good one. I see you got jokes from Down Under. Holla!

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Radam G:

My electrolytes are intense. And that's no pretense.

You and Commish just keep "High Hopes" alive.

Your homeboy will be napping in round five.

Da Manny's shots, missiles and nukes are going to be on Empire State C-Al like a Thousand-and-One delirious Killa' bees from a Macau Island's beehive.

Holla!

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stormcentre:

Sometimes I feel like I am on another planet when I drop in on this forum.



But then I realise it's OK, cause the Alien is fighting soon.

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Radam G:

My electrolytes are astounding. So you may laugh away. Sorry, but your homeboy C-Al is going to be Pac-smacked away. In about round four to six, out he will lay . Hehehe!

But you and the Commish keep "High Hopes" alive. Holla!

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Radam G:

"Rad, you typed 54, not 84. But If you’re solid that’s all that counts. I just want to make sure you’re OK, you’re important here. It’s just that the compulsive punning might suggest delirium due to an electrolyte imbalance, and I don’t like to laugh at the afflicted. But If you’re OK, I’m OK."

Yes, 54 is right for my diastolic. Eighty four is for my EGFR. Which according to the chart's norm should not be less than 94. But what people get mixed up about is that they are talking about averages, mediums and norms, not super. Holla!

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The Commish:

"Very generous offer Randy G !"

I am not just saying that...I mean it, Froggy.

-Randy G.

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mortcola:

Rad, you typed 54, not 84. But If you're solid that's all that counts. I just want to make sure you're OK, you're important here. It's just that the compulsive punning might suggest delirium due to an electrolyte imbalance, and I don't like to laugh at the afflicted. But If you're OK, I'm OK.

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Radam G:

"Rad, your diastolic is very low. You might be dehydrated. Please get it checked."Hehehe! An in-shape human is amazing. Again, I am near-perfectly fine. Even my body temperature ranges from 94.2 to 96.4 -- not 98.6. Inexperienced medical employees always had to call the top guns when examining me and /or family members like me.



"A normal diastolic blood pressure is 80 or less." I am just a lot less. EGFR ranges are 94-140. I'm 84. So the inexperienced health worker would believe as you did. That "might be dehydrated." I'm perfectly watered/liquefied



Lab scientists and doktors have called me one of the "super humans and/or amazing" -- no internet jive. Matter of fact, for the sake of science research, I'm in a few studies, where I'm being paid big bucks.



My "Common Chemistry Labs" are off the charts with positivities. I'm not being boastful or bragging, but I've never been the norm in body or brain. Hehehe! I have a near-perfect body and brain. I syet you not. No sarcism needed. Holla!

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Pazuzu:

That undercard's a disgrace. After the great Golovkin/Rubio, Walters/Donaire card last week, I was hoping for more.

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Kid Blast:

"Okay, so it's not Bermane Stiverne vs. Deontay Wilder. They are not the only ones getting older waiting for their fight to happen!



On a card which ended a short while ago in a suburb outside of Moscow, two heavyweight fights of note took place.



In one, former beltholder Alexander Povetkin stopped Carlos Takam in the 10th round of their scheduled 12-round. For Povetkin, the win upped his record to 28-1 (20). He weighed in at 229 3/4 pounds. Povetkin's only loss was the clinch-filled decision to Wladimir Klitschko in 2013. The loss dropped Takam's record to 30-2-1 with 23 stoppages. He pushed the scale to 252. The victory will keep Povetkin in the title picture as we head into 2015.



In the other heavyweight match worth mentioning, Manuel Charr pounded on 42-year-old Michael Grant for five rounds, forcing Grant to pack it in after the fifth. Charr's record moves to 27-2

(16), while Grant's--who has gone from being a one-time title hope to a badly-faded contender--drops to 48-5. He weighed in at 252 1/4.



The Charr victory should make this site's frequent poster, Bernie Campbell very happy. Rarely a month goes by where Bernie doesn't call my SiriusXM show and ask, "Why don't you ever talk about Manuel Charr?"



Well, tonight I am gonna' talk about hi, Bern. Plus, I'm writing about him. He won. Charr's only two losses have come against Wlad Klitschko & Alexander Povetkin. For you, Bern, I can only wish Charr nothing but victories for the rest of his career--even one for a major belt.



Keep hoping, Bernie. Keep hoping.



-Randy G."








Wow, that was some KO. The Cameroon never knew what hit him. Gee, wonder what Teddy Atlas thinks abbot this? I like Povet and think he is right back in the top mix.

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Kid Blast:

Horrible undercard, simply horrible.

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Kid Blast:

He is bright, creative and very accessible once you get to know him. Has lots of business acumen and is an all-around nice guy.

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The Shadow:

Great report, Commish! Awesome, a Ring Magazine quality report right here for us to enjoy. Sweeeeeet.

Michael Grant should get his arse in shape. That was a pathetic display. Gave up once he ran out of gas.

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mortcola:

Rad, your diastolic is very low. You might be dehydrated. Please get it checked.

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Kid Blast:

We know far more than these so-called "experts."

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oubobcat:

"Twelve scribes are right. Holla!"

I think 12 are wrong and 11 right.

We are getting closer, I can't wait.

But mark my words, Kovalev is no Pavlik or Cloud or Murat or Shumenov. I have a tremendous amount of respect for Hopkins going after this guy. And if he wins, his legacy is enhanced even further. But I just don't see it. Kovalev is much better than a lot of experts are giving him credit.

I am sure in the next two weeks we will be discussing this a lot more.

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oubobcat:

"Could be snoozer."

I have seen comments by people in the sport thinking just that. But I don't think it will be a snoozer. It won't be an all out slugfest but shouldn't be a bad fight.

The reason why I don't think it will be a snoozer is well both guys are not all that skilled on the defensive end and leave openings to be hit. Generally when two defensively challenged fighters face one another it doesn't turn out to be a dull fight.

Just look at Korobov's last fight against Uzcategui. Not a barn burner but it had its moments. Both guys were there to be hit and both found ways to land their shots. Korobov just proved to be a little more well rounded which was the difference.

I think you see a similar fight to Korobov-Uzcategai but with Lee being more seasoned he will land more on Korobov. It turns out to be a solid fight and I think Korobov wins but faces some adversity.

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Radam G:

"High Hopes" C-Al is setting himself up for big letdown and heckuva arse thrashing. But a lot of dough, he's going to be cashing.



Dude is all ˘o˘k$ure now how even the dames, damsels and dolls think that he is smashing. And away from C-Al's training camp in Sin City straight to bed with them, he is constantly dashing.



More power to him; because in Macau, he going to get a Pac-bashing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AxjCcNoS5M. Holla!

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Froggy:

lampley is my man.



ditto !

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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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