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  1. yeykax
    01-15-2010 10:47 PM
    yeykax
    Yop dejame saber si quieres ala pelea de juanma este sabado el 23 enero
  2. yeykax
    01-15-2010 10:24 PM
    yeykax
    Hey bro it's yur sis love u
  3. yeykax
    12-12-2009 12:12 PM
    yeykax
    Yop hit me up nucca
  4. Junito-Rulez
    11-16-2009 03:12 PM
    Junito-Rulez
    Unfortunately you were right and i was wrong. Cotto showed what he's made of but his prime is over. I think that having a trainer like Santiago and not following the strategy started in round ,1 didn't help either.
  5. Dambala
    11-06-2009 12:59 AM
    Dambala
    Mera mano estaba oyendo lo tuyo con calma y de verdad que tienes un flow bellaco. Yo tambien estoy en la mia aca haciendo lo mio bro. Exito con lo tuyo mi hermano, mantente en contacto.
  6. Junito-Rulez
    10-22-2009 09:09 AM
    Junito-Rulez
    Ok, i understand but i believe that Cotto already proved in the Clottey fight it won't happen again. He could have found an easy way out and go to the scorecards and win, like Judah tried to do. He didn't and chose to fight til the end. He showed that he had heart. Against Margarito, we don't know how it feels to get punched by a guy who probably had plaster in his wraps. Cotto gave his best effort, i don't consider that quitting. IMO, the real quitter is Victor Ortiz, who was ahead, winning the fight and didn't want to take punishment.
  7. Junito-Rulez
    10-21-2009 05:54 PM
    Junito-Rulez
    NO, Cotto lost a TKO because he was done against Margarito. It was not quitting, Margarito destroyed him( we all know why). I guess you can't understand that. Have you ever boxed before?
    Before you call somebody a quitter, fight in an amateur bout and you'll see it's not that easy.
  8. jecko845
    10-08-2009 02:10 PM
    jecko845
    The blood lines are important in the science of boxing

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