|03-30-2007, 11:48 AM||#1|
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End of the line for Scott Dann
Scott dan retires from the the ring at the age of 32. Injuries sustained in a car crash has forced him to throw in the towel, with an impressive record of 25-2-0 and something like 17 KOs he will be missed in the middleweight ranks. dispite being 32 he was the holder of the British and commenwealth title was only ranked 27th by the wbc and 22nd by the IBO he and Howard Eastman would have been a great domestic fight. a lesson to the reckless Khan on how fast it can all be taken away.
Sadly due to the monopoly WANK Warren has on British boxing the public never really got to see Dan fight.
good luck in what ever he does.
KHAN TAKE HEED BRITISH BOXING NEEDS YOU IN THE RING NOT IN A HOSPITAL BED.
|03-30-2007, 12:14 PM||#2|
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|03-31-2007, 01:33 PM||#3|
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Yeah Dann was a good solid pro but as robo said he got battered against Eastman but i think if he had a chance at european level he may have come good.
|03-31-2007, 02:15 PM||#4|
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dude must drive like an idiot, he had a layoff due to car accident injuries a few years ago.
In what way does frank warren own british boxing? he has calzaghe and nicky cook and a ridiculously over-hyped and green as grass amir kahn. plus scott harrisson and audley harrisson, those fantastic ambassadors for british boxing, Maloney is where its at for uk boxing.
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