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The Italian Stallion
12-24-2004, 06:42 PM
What do you guys think of his comeback?

I like him as a boxer. He is fast and powerful. He TKO'd Gilbert Martinez after almost a year of not fighting. He is much better than he use to be IMO. His age factor is kinda holding him back (he is 32 years old)

Lefthookhappy19
12-24-2004, 07:58 PM
He lost my respect and pretty much ruined his career with the way he turned up to fight Klitchko. They should have withheld his purse for that display. He basicily took the money and ran.

MetalVomit
12-24-2004, 08:22 PM
He lost my respect and pretty much ruined his career with the way he turned up to fight Klitchko. They should have withheld his purse for that display. He basicily took the money and ran.


Kirk Johnson is a joke. J. O. K. E. period. super overrated, overweight disgrace.

The Italian Stallion
12-25-2004, 03:47 AM
He is shaping up. He is currently injuried with a knuckle pushed out of socket (geez, thats happened to me and it hurts really bad).

abdiel2k3
12-25-2004, 04:26 AM
remember how thye said in the Vit-Williams fight
that it was the record for heaveist HW fight
Vit was 250 and Williams 270

but when klitc johnson met
it was
vit 250 and jonson 260
so was that the old record?
o wait
that wasnt title fight
maybe thats why
but still lotta person in that ring

Mr. Ryan
12-27-2004, 06:13 PM
I always liked Kirk Johnson for some reason. He had all the talent in the world, tremendous puncher, just didn't like to train. His KO of Maskaev was amazing.

Neuraxis
12-28-2004, 03:51 AM
What do you guys think of his comeback?

I like him as a boxer. He is fast and powerful. He TKO'd some dude after almost a year of not fighting. He is much better than he use to be IMO. His age factor is kinda holding him back (he is 32 years old)

What comeback? He broke his hand and went 8 rounds with Gilbert Martinez who is a complete bum. He looked horrible in his last fight before and after he broke his hand.

jabsRstiff
12-28-2004, 08:17 AM
Kirk Johnson is a joke. J. O. K. E. period. super overrated, overweight disgrace.


This is the truth.

jabsRstiff
12-28-2004, 08:18 AM
I always liked Kirk Johnson for some reason. He had all the talent in the world, tremendous puncher, just didn't like to train. His KO of Maskaev was amazing.


You like Kirk Johnson, & Spadafora ?
Wow.


Damn, Asian.....you shave some ****ty taste in fighters !

Moon
12-28-2004, 08:32 AM
Kirk disgraced himself, his supporters throughout Nova Scotia and Canada, and the entire fight game.

His entire team, but mostly his trainer(s) deserve a good swift kick in the nuts for loosing control of their fighter in the weeks leading-up to Vitali. Kirk was a fat piece of **** without any mental discipline.

We should expect little-to-nothing from Kirk comeback. He's been ruined mentally and will never recover, both inside and outside the ring.

Moon
12-28-2004, 08:34 AM
He TKO'd some dude after almost a year of not fighting.

Exactly. He beat "some dude". That will be his legacy.

Mr. Ryan
01-13-2005, 03:13 PM
You like Kirk Johnson, & Spadafora ?
Wow.


Damn, Asian.....you shave some ****ty taste in fighters !
Lick my ****, I do what I feel. There are the fighters that I like (Johnson, Spadafora, The Prince), then there are the fighters that I am a fan of (Pacquiao, Vitali, Trinidad). Watching Johnson-Savarese and cheering for Johnson doesn't make me bad.

Toller
01-13-2005, 08:54 PM
Technically Johnson has a lot of talent, and when in shape he's a decent fighter. But aside from his penchant for pies and lard, he's mentally weak and too nervous come fight time. He had his chance and blew it, pissing off a lot of his fans in the process.

Kid Achilles
01-28-2005, 05:36 PM
He's a disgrace but he has talent. Considering that he's a heavyweight and fighting in the year 2005, that alone makes him an anomaly.

Remember, it only takes one good win over a name opponent to get people talking about you again. I wouldn't count him out completely.

The Fix
01-28-2005, 06:10 PM
he could be champ he if wasnt so involved in his donuts. he has as much skill as any natural heavy and would be a threat to anyone if he just trained hard and came in at 220-230 range.

The Italian Stallion
01-30-2005, 12:56 AM
35 Wins, 2 Loss, 1 Draw, 26 Knockouts

1993
04-24 -- Andre Smiley, Las Vegas, NV, TKO 3
06-07 -- Earl Talley, Las Vegas, NV, KO 1
08-30 -- Ed Donaldson, Kansas City, MO, KO 5
10-06 -- Bryant Smith, Atlantic City, NJ, W 6
10-27 -- Willie Beau Johnson, Atlantic City, NJ, KO 3
12-16 -- Kelvin Hayden, Ledyard, CT, KO 1

1994
02-17 -- Dave Fiddler, Edmonton, Canada, KO 2
05-05 -- Ross Puritty, Los Angeles, CA, W 6
09-09 -- George O'Mara, Los Angeles, CA, KO 1
10-12 -- Keith McMurray, Albuquerque, NM, KO 3
11-05 -- Tyrone Evans, Las Vegas, NV, KO 8

1995
02-03 -- Marion Wilson, Bushkill, PA, W 8
03-29 -- Ron Gullette, New York, NY, KO 1
05-03 -- Matt Green, New York, NY, KO 1
07-07 -- Nathaniel Fitch, Bossier City, LA, W 10
12-21 -- Bradley Rone, Bossier City, LA, W 8

1996
01-25 -- Art Bayliss, Toronto, Canada, TKO 1
03-07 -- Mike Dixon, Edmonton, Canada, KO 1
06-12 -- Darren Hayden, Atlantic City, NJ, KO 1
08-23 -- Danell Nicholson, Atlantic City, NJ, W 10
11-16 -- Terry McGroom, Atlantic City, NJ, KO 8

1997
03-11 -- Everton Davis, Bay St. Louis, MS, TKO 8
07-12 -- Louis Monaco, Biloxi, MS, TKO 7

1998
04-02 -- Rocky Pepeli, Buffalo, NY, TKO 1
05-09 -- Eric Curry, Atlantic City, NJ, KO 1
08-06 -- Levi Billups, Worley, ID, W 10
12-08 -- Alfred Cole, New York, NY, D 10

1999
03-20 -- Alfred Cole, Tacoma, WA, W 10
10-07 -- Rodolfo Marin, Mount Pleasant, MI, KO 1

2000
01-27 -- Marcus Johnson, New York, NY, TKO 2
10-07 -- Oleg Maskaev, Uncasville, CT, KO 4

2001
04-28 -- Derrick Banks, LaPorte, IN, KO 1
07-07 -- Larry Donald, Coney Island, NY, W 12

2002
07-27 -- John Ruiz, Las Vegas, NV, L DQ 10
(For WBA Heavyweight Title)
12-07 -- Jeremy Bates, Las Vegas, NV, KO 2

2003
03-15 -- Lou Savarese, Dallas, TX, KO 4
12-06 -- Vitali Klitschko, New York, NY, TKO by 2

2004
07-18 -- Gilbert Martinez, Temecula, CA, TKO 8

Kirk Johnson - Date of Birth: June 29, 1972

vB Martin
01-30-2005, 01:50 AM
He lost my respect and pretty much ruined his career with the way he turned up to fight Klitchko. They should have withheld his purse for that display. He basicily took the money and ran.
Yup. After seeing him take off his robe in the ring, the first thought in my head was, "Holy ****. It's the Pillsbury Homeboy!".

I will never be able to think of him as anything else.

Warden11
04-02-2005, 03:58 PM
I also question his heart

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paul750
04-03-2005, 12:49 PM
he has some good skills, including fast hands and good power,but he blew his chance against klitchko when he turned up overweight, and when he kept hitting ruiz in the nuts, just like a lot of fighters who have wasted their talents

Kimmy
04-03-2005, 01:18 PM
I also question his heart

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I do too! The way he just callasped in the Klitscko fight, it was like he`d turned up for a payday and knew he`d no chance of winning!

Neuraxis
04-14-2005, 03:21 AM
ralphie: Wayne,who do you think will win the fight in May, Kirk Johnson or Boswell?Do you see Johnson winning a belt?

WAYNE_BRAITHWAITE: I don't even know who they are.

woodybox2004
04-23-2005, 11:37 PM
Kirk disgraced himself, his supporters throughout Nova Scotia and Canada, and the entire fight game.

His entire team, but mostly his trainer(s) deserve a good swift kick in the nuts for loosing control of their fighter in the weeks leading-up to Vitali. Kirk was a fat piece of **** without any mental discipline.

We should expect little-to-nothing from Kirk comeback. He's been ruined mentally and will never recover, both inside and outside the ring.

yeah i agree with this very dissapointing

Scarface
04-27-2005, 03:48 AM
If he comes back in shape .. he could win a title.