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Old 05-14-2010, 06:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Steelhammer2010 View Post
Vitali destroyed Purrity, the loss was avenged.
I like the Klitschkos but thats one of the problems, the one that loses should avenge his own loss. Its not like because theyre brothers theyre the same person you know.

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Originally Posted by Steelhammer2010 View Post
Your boy Haye got knocked down and hurt by an old shot Barrett who was coming off a 2nd round KO loss to tomato can bum Cliff "22 losses" Couser.


Hasim Rahman was a replacement opponent for Wlad. Povetkin was supposed to fight Wlad, but he got "injured" and had to pull out.

Wlad easily destroyed Rahman.
To be fair Barrett was in terrific shape for Haye, hes just always been a very limited fighter. Barret actually came off a first round KO of Tye Fields who isnt good either mind you but got Barrett the #6 ranked position with the WBA.

Rahman got stopped by Toney in 3 rounds before he fought Wlad but it was overruled.

Youve got a point about the Klitschkos dominating American heavyweights but dont change the context to make them wins look better.

Hopefully the fat heavyweights will come to see that flab becomes a real burden once theyre not fighting other fat guys anymore
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