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Old 04-09-2013, 02:36 AM
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Originally Posted by dan_cov View Post
Damn that is even putting Cesar Rene Cuenca, Paul Spadafora & Deontay Wilder to shame.

Hes not even fought a guy with a winning record.
Leapai is a huge step up.

I've found one of his fights, I am not sure which one is even him but good Lord they're both horrific.

Edit; The commentary is cracking me up. His opponent is ironically named ''Sugar Ray''

LOLOL thanks for sharing! "Sugar Ray????"

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