|04-06-2011, 12:12 PM||#61|
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Some of these choices are laughable.
DLH vs Mosley II for example wasn't a robbery, it was a close fight and I also had DLH winning it but it was far from a robbery.
Same with Pascal vs Hopkins, close fight, could have gone either way, not a robbery.
People don't understand the difference between robbery and close decision. Just like a fighter can be competitive in a fight for the full 12 rounds and still be shut out. Rounds can be close but he can still lose all 12 rounds.
People are real ignorant around here.
|04-06-2011, 12:27 PM||#63|
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I didn't think Mosley-DLH II was close, one time I watched it, scored it and my scorecard was so one-sided in favor of Oscar that I worried, seriously man lol
Mainly because I've seen a few respectable posters have it for Mosley, don't see it though.
|04-06-2011, 03:41 PM||#65|
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