View Single Post
#16
Old 04-18-2009, 08:49 AM
Chr0nic
Banned
 
Join Date: Oct 2008
Posts: 4,772
Rep Power: 0 Chr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond reputeChr0nic has a reputation beyond repute
Points: 134,932.41
Bank: 0.00
Total Points: 134,932.41
For being a good sport! Have a beer on me. - F-R-K-O thanks again - Pretty Boy32 read a book - Michael Jordan Good mornin. Have a latte homey. - mangler 
Mourning - Anti-Gang - Melanoma - ABOSWORTH 
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by -Blackout- View Post
It's really wierd to me. Usually when watching black american fighters like Roy Jones Jr, George Foreman and SRL they're lighter in skin than pure african fighters.. Why is it all African-american fighters doesn't have the dark color of say.. Antonio Tarver? It's a legitimate question i'm just wondering about..
less exposure to sun less melanin, and it's been going on for generations therefore the skin color will go lighter, tarvers family is probabley still in the early stages

and there is no black skin color, just brown...really light brown-really dark brown
Reply With Quote
Chr0nic is offline