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Old 12-05-2012, 01:14 PM #6
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We just saw a moment in a fighters career that could define his career. Ortiz was just dropped, cut, exhausted faced with an opponent who refused to lose and in a moment of weakness, gave up. Its not that he didnt make a gallant effort, ortiz. But in boxing to be great more is required of you than in any other sport, more is required than is really reasonable.

-Max kellerman Ortiz vs Maidana


It's so true, boxing requires so much more of you than in any other sport.
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