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Thread: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    McG should fight a warm-up scrap with Emmanuel Augustus. That is right! Augustus, who was shot in the back of the head in October of 2014, is back in the gym and training for a comeback. Some pugs are just so amazing And tough as the come.

    Augustus is the most robbed fighter in modern times. In the past, pugs have made comebacks from getting shot in the gut and arse, from breaking their backs and necks, from having heart attacks and collapsed lungs and the likes. But from getting shot u in da dome -- NEVER? Is so, I could not find one.

    If Augustus, who was also on a life support machine for months, makes a comeback against anybody with a heartbeat, I ain't got nuffin' but luv fo' him. Holla!

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    Quote Originally Posted by Radam G View Post
    You make a great point. If it is sanctioned as a boxing match, let it count as such. Holla!
    Thanks Radam

    BTW, I just read a long story abbot Augustus today. Might have been on Facebook. I'll try to get the link.

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    Quote Originally Posted by Radam G View Post
    McG should fight a warm-up scrap with Emmanuel Augustus. That is right! Augustus, who was shot in the back of the head in October of 2014, is back in the gym and training for a comeback. Some pugs are just so amazing And tough as the come.

    Augustus is the most robbed fighter in modern times. In the past, pugs have made comebacks from getting shot in the gut and arse, from breaking their backs and necks, from having heart attacks and collapsed lungs and the likes. But from getting shot u in da dome -- NEVER? Is so, I could not find one.

    If Augustus, who was also on a life support machine for months, makes a comeback against anybody with a heartbeat, I ain't got nuffin' but luv fo' him. Holla!
    Here is the link I mentioned

    http://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rou...ign=user-share

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    Quote Originally Posted by Kid Blast View Post
    Nice stuff! Thanks for the link. Holla!

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    So he's now be TBE? Please confirm. Thanks.

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankinDallas View Post
    So he's now be TBE? Please confirm. Thanks.


    Ha ha ha. His level of opposition has been pretty modest. He could lose to Bethlehem if they rematch. If it's the record he wants, he needs to fight two easy tune ups with Thai's and then retire by hopefully beating a mid-tier Pinoy. But TBE? Never.

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankinDallas View Post
    So he's now be TBE? Please confirm. Thanks.


    Ha ha ha. His level of opposition has been pretty modest. He could lose to Bethlehem if they rematch. If it's the record he wants, he needs to fight two easy tune ups with Thai's and then retire by hopefully beating a mid-tier Pinoy. But TBE? Never.

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    He is now 48-0 and is very active.

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    Re: Menayothin Closing on Mayweather’s 49-0 Record

    He is now 48-0

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    Menayothin wins 49 against Fukuhura, could have gone either way with a non stop action packed fight! There is a real travesty here in that US television doesnt cover Straweight fights! It is really ironic and castrating in nature that they pay more attention to female fighting when there really isnt a market for it. I would love to see a matchup with Menayothin and Knockout Freshmart very soon!

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