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  1. Walt Liquor
    11-05-2010 08:14 AM
    Walt Liquor
    He knows, that I know that he completely ignored the fawning comment. You know your comment stung when someone that will never shut up totally ignores your comment.
  2. Oasis_Lad
    10-22-2010 08:25 PM
    We be getting wiv da troof, *****!

    Lang is my thang, ya hurr?!?

    As for Rizo: I think he's a mad genius pretending to stupid, and that loves yanking chains, both Literally and physically.

  3. Oasis_Lad
    10-22-2010 08:16 PM
    Aye - saw it.

    Disturbing, the number of schools popping up based purely on faith.

    Nothing against people having faith or believing in a higher power, but when you try to push it on others, and certainly trying to misuse education and what it means to push an agenda, is certainly disturbing.

    Get an education yourself. An education based on observable facts. AND if you still believe in a higher power? Then fine. You'll have the understanding enough - surely - that you may not be correct.

    So leave others be.
  4. Oasis_Lad
    10-22-2010 08:03 PM
    Education - in it's purest sense - is something everyone should be acclimatised to. But, sadly...... The standards of education have dropped significantly.

    Nowadays, any Tom, Dick, Or Harry can obtain a degree from any old College that used to be a Garage.

    Have you ever actually met a "Teacher" that taught you anything, and didn't just regurgitate **** from a textbook?
  5. Oasis_Lad
    10-22-2010 07:47 PM
    I'm an admittedly Lay-chap meself on the subject, but like yourself - I find it fascinating.

    Physics was a subject I enjoyed in School, but Mathematics wasn't, and to truly follow Physics.... you can't not acknowledge both.

    Funny though isn't it, that most of the people in your Maths Class that excelled didn't become Physicists, but became IT Workers?

    Life is cruel.
  6. Oasis_Lad
    10-22-2010 07:30 PM
    You into Physics, Monky-poos?

    I could listen to Weinberg all day:
  7. The_Demon
    10-20-2010 12:16 PM
    Its the best line-up ive seen in a long time i cant wait.its in oxford this time thinking the pills sound like a good idea i must say,saw andy c last week just drinking but it took so long to queue for a drink so something with an extra kick before i go in would be good
  8. The_Demon
    10-19-2010 06:51 PM
    Its hospitality man.high contrast,netsky,camo & crooked are there too,amongst others-should be a mad night
  9. The_Demon
    10-19-2010 05:15 PM
    Going too see Danny Byrd next week
  10. Dan...
    09-12-2010 05:40 PM
    He's a heartless bum mate. Typical Scot. You will eventually see the light and dump him. He is already past prime.

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Posted 02-22-2009 at 05:11 PM by The Monk Comments 0
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To be honest, when I started my journey through all of boxings weight classes I couldn’t tell you much about Light Flyweight at all. I knew about the trilogy between the two hall of famers, Carbajal and Gonzalez, but that is about the limit of my knowledge. After a bit of research I became aware that the History of the division, albeit quite short, was an interesting one. Like many of the lower weight classes it is not viewed with much importance in the US and Europe, whereas in the Far East, where...

Posted 02-12-2009 at 06:37 PM by The Monk Comments 3
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The 5 best at Straw-weight

1. Ricardo Lopez 51 (38) - 0 – 1

• Titles held: Lineal world title (1990-1999, 22 defences); WBC title (1990-1999, 21 defences); WBO title (1997, 0 defences); WBA title (1998-1999, 0 defences)
• Unbeaten at Straw-weight
• Notable wins on resume: Rosendo Alvarez, Alex Sanchez, Kermit Guardia, Manny Melchor, Samon Sorjaturong, Kyung-Yun Lee, Hideyuki Ohashi

* Moved up to Light-Flyweight and beat Will Grigsby...

Posted 12-27-2008 at 10:10 PM by The Monk Comments 3
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The question of ‘who is Carl Froch’ is one that has been asked by many followers of boxing in recent years. It is a question which has differing answers depending on who it is you are asking. One answer you could hear is that Froch is the much avoided, heavy hitting heir to the throne left vacant by Joe Calzaghe following his move to light heavyweight. The answer you are more likely to receive however is that Froch is the vastly overrated, stay at home brawler who will lose his unbeaten record when...

Posted 11-09-2008 at 04:27 PM by The Monk Comments 6
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I have followed Joe Calzaghe’s career for the last seven years and from the first fight I saw live, against former title holder Byron Mitchell, I have been a fan. In the Mitchell fight Calzaghe showed the heart of a champion as he rose from the canvas to stop the heavy hitting Mitchell in the same round. The hand-speed and power I saw that night was something different from the rest of the stale British boxing scene, it was something special.

The defence against Mitchell was just...
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