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  1. Thread: Wonderland

    by surf-bat
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    Re: Wonderland

    If Kurt Vonnegut was a boxing writer, this is the type of article he would have written. Just brilliant.
  2. Thread: Wonderland

    by surf-bat
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    Re: Wonderland

    A brilliant article. Once again you draw from an unexpected (and seemingly disparate)source which serves to underscore your points perfectly (and, sadly, underscore why I don't pay attention to...
  3. Re: Battle Hymn - The Untold Story of Little Tiger Wade

    A very nice teaser, my friend! As you know, I've been curious about Wade for years and like you, struggled to find any info on him. So glad you took up the task and am looking forward to the rest of...
  4. Thread: Joe

    by surf-bat
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    Re: Joe

    Beautiful, my friend. A lovely tribute to a lovely man. Thanks for sharing and wearing your heart on your sleeve for the rest of us. I know Joe appreciates it and is smiling down from Heaven at his...
  5. Re: A Left Hook That Rings For the Ambulance

    Thanks gents. Your words are very much appreciated and I hope to be able to contribute more useful and informative articles on this website.

    Springs- One thing I didn't go into was his numerous...
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    Re: Somebody Up There

    Your standards of excellence never waver, amigo. Well done!

    Douglas Cavanaugh
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    Re: Boston Beats the Count

    Wow...just wow....

    Well done, amigo!
  8. Re: Ron Lyle: The Only Fighter To Hurt Foreman In Maybe The Finest Hour For Both

    Check out the end of round nine. If that isn't a fighter getting hurt (and hurt BADLY), I don't know what is. Nice article though. Frank is a good writer :cool:
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  9. Re: Ron Lyle: The Only Fighter To Hurt Foreman In Maybe The Finest Hour For Both

    Actually, I recall Evander Holyfield hurting him and having him almost out on his feet in their fight. George was slumping near the ropes (maybe even on the ropes, I can't recall) and the bell saved...
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