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Old 10-29-2012, 08:57 PM #5
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Well boxing fans are very fickle in nature and very much what have you done for me lately.

So take what they say en mass with a grain of salt, still a fighters losing can say a lot of things and it is not always very easy to figure out what happened, so it is easier to just write someone off after they get beat rather than figure out exactly what happened and will it happen again.

Plus guys can fall off super quick in boxing, just the nature of the game.
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