I'm a bit worried pacman will have a fall, concentrating on too many things other than boxing.
Paul Williams= paralysed and will never walk again. Very sad.
Joke of a decision. I watched it this morning and no way Bradley won 7 rounds. Pac should have ended the fight in the 4th or 5th mind, he had Bradley then. Rematch aside, I donít think Pac has too long left and now couldnít give Mayweather a fight. Looked pretty ordinary in the past few fights.
nah I love him and it could have gone either way. You're right he could have ended it, but ran out of puff. looked like he decided to rest a couple of rounds but could never accelerate again.
Bradley was at the top of his game, and manny didn't do his ability justice. Hopefully he has a proper crack in future. Watching the 24/7 leadup you could see pacquiao wasn't putting it in, the trainers were fighting amongst themselves, even that fat filipino shouting at him in the corner whoever the hell he was, shut up and let roach talk you idiot
Manny refusing to come out until the heat celtics game was over was both amusing and symptomatic
Manny probably deserved to win but there were a lot of close rounds and this time they went against him - Marquez would be spewing as he has a reasonable argument for being 3-0 against Pacman and certainly "beat" him much more comprehensively than Bradley
Personally never thought he could beat Mayweather (no disgrace in that, mind you) and his last few fights have confirmed it for me
Khan has his arse handed to him properly this time, then.
The kid is a bit chinny, there's no denying it. & talk of him facing Mayweather is lolworthy. Hatton in his prime would've monstered Khan and we all know how that ended when he fought Floyd.
Meanwhile, in the unofficial British heavyweight **** title bout Haye KOs Chisora in 5 and predictably offers out the elder Klitschko.
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- As featured in The Independent.
"I don't think that they'll come close to us to be honest."
- Steve Smith before the Ashes
Not widely reported because he isn't full of ****, but Daniel Geale unified two middleweight titles last week by securing a points decision over Stern in Germany, no less. No easy feat to get a points decision over there, and it's the second time he's done it. Fine fighter.
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From the BBC.
Yo-yo dieting former cokehead who's 34 in October reapplies for his licence.
Won't end well, surely?
I believe there's some bloke called Flintoff looking for an opponent
On talksport this morning Ronnie Irani reckoned it might be Amir Khan!
..... and he also expressed the view that Freddie looked in the best nick he'd ever seen him in this week - should be in the T20 WC in that case, Freddie that is, not Khan or Hatton
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