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      Haye v Klitschko

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      Reply #100: Jul 05, 2011 09:07:59 pm
      The fact he is asking for a rematch is laughable.. who would pay for that again?
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      Reply #101: Jul 06, 2011 12:04:10 pm
      When George Forman retired he made millions from the George Forman Grill..............Now keep an eye out for the David Haye Toe-ster.

      :)
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #102: Jul 06, 2011 12:54:04 pm
      The fact he is asking for a rematch is laughable.. who would pay for that again?
      Rematch? rematch? he should be prosecuted under the trade description act cos there's no f**king way anything matches with the debacle Haye gave us and anyone contemplating paying to see it again wants their head examining.
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #103: Jul 06, 2011 07:08:28 pm
      You know what?  Im sick of all the praise for being brave Haye gets off our media.  The man is a dickhead.

      Trash talk in boxing has been around since possibly the 50's and Ali took it to a new level obviously.  What he did with the shirts is so disrespectful.  He promotes himself so much that he loses all dignity and its just the Chavs that remain with the usual, xenophobic "In-Ger-Land" chants.

      For me, its this simple.

      David Haye should go down as one of THE WORST heavyweight champions ever.

      Bold statement but what did he actually do? 

      Made a big, boring lump of a boxer go 12 rounds, had him wobbling for 5 seconds of the 36 minutes fought.

      Defended his belt against a man who was 37, Ruiz….  Which went 9 rounds.

      Defended his belt against Audley Bloody Harrison which was a total joke.  Booed back to his corner after round one for hardly throwing a punch.  Purely done for the purse.  No other possible explanation. 

      I know its hard for some people to not accept the facts here because he is British, and when he's not trash talking, he is a nice likable guy.  Should of stuck to being a world class Cruiserweight and not a piss poor heavyweight.

      Wouldn’t of lasted 30 seconds against Iron Mike in his prime.
      bang on the money there mate........broken toe i f**king pissed myself when he came out with that,why didnt he just have a pain killing injection like nadal did in the tennis.knobhead
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #104: Jul 07, 2011 01:33:11 am
      BORING!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Neither fighter is all that good or talented. Being the champion and the top contender in an already poor, no talent division is all relative. Klitchko's have to be the worst Champions ever. I followed Boxing for ever and the Klitchkos are the best in a lousy, shitty division. Klitchkos would of been murdered by any of the past greats. Ali, Frazier,Liston, Norton, Foreman, Spinks, Tyson, Holmes, Holyfield, Lewis, Bowe would absolutely waste the entire Heavyweight divisions now. Even the guys like Frank Bruno, Michael Moorer, Trevor Berbick were better fighters than any of the current Heavyweights.

      What happened to the Heavyweight divisions?  It used to be the Heavyweights were awesome, now its full of bloated journeymen with little to no skills, no flair and no talent.  I remember when a big Heavyweight title fight was a massive event.  You get your boys together, drink beer eat food and watch a great fight and it was exciting and awesome.  Now its just f***in' boring. Boxing is dying a slow, agonizing death with no upcoming talent and no big fights.  Once Pacquaio and Mayweather retire, their are no exciting fighters.  Thats why UFC is crushing Boxing in popularity and its just better. The fights are better, the fighters are better and their is no corruption.
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #105: Jul 07, 2011 09:25:12 am
      BORING!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Neither fighter is all that good or talented. Being the champion and the top contender in an already poor, no talent division is all relative. Klitchko's have to be the worst Champions ever. I followed Boxing for ever and the Klitchkos are the best in a lousy, shitty division. Klitchkos would of been murdered by any of the past greats. Ali, Frazier,Liston, Norton, Foreman, Spinks, Tyson, Holmes, Holyfield, Lewis, Bowe would absolutely waste the entire Heavyweight divisions now. Even the guys like Frank Bruno, Michael Moorer, Trevor Berbick were better fighters than any of the current Heavyweights.

      What happened to the Heavyweight divisions?  It used to be the Heavyweights were awesome, now its full of bloated journeymen with little to no skills, no flair and no talent.  I remember when a big Heavyweight title fight was a massive event.  You get your boys together, drink beer eat food and watch a great fight and it was exciting and awesome.  Now its just f***in' boring. Boxing is dying a slow, agonizing death with no upcoming talent and no big fights.  Once Pacquaio and Mayweather retire, their are no exciting fighters.  Thats why UFC is crushing Boxing in popularity and its just better. The fights are better, the fighters are better and their is no corruption.

      Agree with all of that - except I dont watch UFC - as soon as it goes to the ground I get bored with all the grabbing and holding.
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      Reply #106: Jul 07, 2011 10:29:54 am
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      Reply #107: Jul 07, 2011 11:28:18 am
      Quality by klitschko, funny as f**k.
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      Reply #108: Jul 20, 2011 04:33:24 am
      'Broken Toe" ????  Are you serious. What does a busted toe have to do with Boxing?   Haye sat around for weeks talking sh*t about hoe "Bad" and tough he was and he was the best H'weight and blah,blah,blah........Then he comes out witha broken toe excuse.  What a f***in pussy!

      Ali fought Frazier for 8 rounds with a broken hand. I have seen fighters fight an entire fight with a broken nose and cheekbone, Hockey players have played an entire Stanley Cup final with a broken leg.

      Ronnie Lott, an American Football player, easily the hardest, baddest player to ever play, tore a ligament in his pinkie finger and instead of sitting out and missing the game he had the doctor AMPUTATE HIS FINGER, so he could continue playing.

      Haye, complains about a broken toe tells me he his soft and a complete pussy.  If your fighting for the Heavyweight belt, you suck it up and fight.  Broken Toe?  What a f**king douche!
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #109: Jul 20, 2011 05:59:47 pm
      I think Klitschko should have really rubbed it in a lot more.  I think the t shirts were too far obviously to sell the fight you have to trash talk, but he just went tooo far.













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      Reply #110: Jul 20, 2011 10:52:01 pm
      I think Klitschko should have really rubbed it in a lot more.  I think the t shirts were too far obviously to sell the fight you have to trash talk, but he just went tooo far.















      looks like his brother wants to have a go now too ... make him eat his words by losing to them both
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #111: Jul 21, 2011 01:37:12 pm
      I think we all deserve a pat on the back for lasting 12 rounds.
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #112: Jul 21, 2011 02:49:04 pm
      looks like his brother wants to have a go now too ... make him eat his words by losing to them both

      Like someone else said earlier in the thread that this would be the route for a re-match.  I mean vitali is 40 years old so if he  wins.  I just can't see people queuing up to watch this fight.
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #113: Jul 21, 2011 07:47:45 pm
      I think Haye could have beaten him, started the better out of the 2 but after the first 2 rounds it looked like he was more bothered about winding him up than going at him, needed to be much more offensive.
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      Reply #114: Jul 22, 2011 10:59:38 pm
      Like someone else said earlier in the thread that this would be the route for a re-match.  I mean vitali is 40 years old so if he  wins.  I just can't see people queuing up to watch this fight.

      i certainly wouldnt be paying for it...
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      Re: Haye v Klitschko
      Reply #115: Jul 22, 2011 11:22:45 pm
      A broken f**king toe..... Doesn't affect your fists.

      I'm not defending the guy, but a broken toe will stop you getting your shots off properly, especially if you're punching upwards, because you set yourself on the toes when you want to fire off that kind of punch.

      However, he was well beaten even though his opponent was more concerned with not getting hit that finding his own targets.

      He looked slow and cumbersome to me - not like the haye who is quick and crisp.

      It says a lot about boxing that the upcoming british and commonwealth heavyweight match is being shown on C5.

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