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Old 01-30-2013, 10:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Own3d View Post
Why is Tszyu starting to make excuses after 8 years?
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Originally Posted by The Weebler II View Post
All fighters make excuses although it does seem odd he would make his nearly a decade later.

Tszyu before the Hatton fight:




As for the style Hatton fought with, that's the way Tszyu wanted it:



Ricky walked right through Kostya's best shots.



Why are you telling lies?
Excuses? He was asked whether he was had a fractured shoulder. He corrected the guy and simply said he retore it during the fight and it didn't help. He didn't bring it up, he didn't use it as an excuse, and he's always said quite simply Hatton was the better man that night and he just didn't have it, or the determination/motivation, anymore to win.

There wasn't a single excuse in there.

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