thanks, a couples of months ago i bought a second external hardrive to back up all my files and when i was copying everything in the new hardrive the old one started to **** up and eventually died. at most i most have lost less than 5% of what i had, hell the segura fights are the first ones i noticed.
hey man, ive lost my copy of 2011-04-02 Giovani Segura vs Ivan Calderon II, actually ive lost all my segura fights but was able to download them from me lol, anyway if you have the time could you upload it, that is if you have it
Wierzę w Wacha, choć wszystko przeważa za Wladimirem. Jeśli Wach będzie miał trochę szczęścia i jakimś mocnym lewym prostym dosięgnie Kliczke to może być ciekawie. Wach ma świetne warunki fizyczne, aby namieszać Kliczkom i mam nadzieję, że je wykorzysta. Trzymam kciuki za Ciebie Mariusz!!
Ok. I might get started on twitter in the next few days. The fight just left a bad feeling in me because I could see the openings for Nishioka and really thought he might win, so to see him go out so tamely was difficult. Plus I thought the stoppage was terrible. He wasn't particularly hurt, and I had him winning the 8th. He seemed to be finally opening up and I wanted to at least see him go out on his shield.
As for Brandon Rios vs Mike Alvarado. Really? The best you have seen? I think I have seen many that are far better. It was exciting, yes, but I like to see skill in the ring and I don't think there was much. I still look at Rios as a C level fighter and I was not impressed by his performance. He has no jab or defence, is flat footed and slow, and very sloppy. He's the new Margarito. A overhyped C level fighter who brings energy and the ability to take a punch, but almost nothing else.