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Old 03-20-2011, 04:35 PM #12
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Originally Posted by blackirish137 View Post
did you not realise he was still fat and overweight, and that struggling against an over 40 Ray ****ing Austin means you will be killed by Vitali, who is exponentially better than Austin?

good job for him, he lost 14lbs, hes a professional fighter for crying out loud. he still needed to lose 20+ more lbs to actually be effective.
For his biggest pay day he managed to come in slightly better shape bravo to him.

That shows exactly why he is a clown who never had what it takes to get to the top of the sport.
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