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Old 04-16-2012, 04:25 PM #1
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Default Match fixing, rigging, cheating. Thoughts?!?

Hey folks, just writing this to get your opinion. Just watched the Tyson Fury Martin Rogan fight and to me it stank to high heaven of a fix. Mix that with Enzo's latest fight for the British title and the smell starts to spread.
But then you look at Khan-Peterson which had a dodgy taste to it and then you look back at others like Margarito's wraps and Mosley's steroids. I'm sure there'd be more/better examples of match fixing/cheating.

I love the sport but to me some of it just doesn't sit right.
You guys think the same or do you think that what you watch is just two sportsmen 'in the field' with nothing surrounding them? Genuinely interested as I'm sure there's more knowledgeable enthusiasts than me on this site.
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Old 04-16-2012, 04:38 PM #2
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Hey folks, just writing this to get your opinion. Just watched the Tyson Fury Martin Rogan fight and to me it stank to high heaven of a fix. Mix that with Enzo's latest fight for the British title and the smell starts to spread.
But then you look at Khan-Peterson which had a dodgy taste to it and then you look back at others like Margarito's wraps and Mosley's steroids. I'm sure there'd be more/better examples of match fixing/cheating.

I love the sport but to me some of it just doesn't sit right.
You guys think the same or do you think that what you watch is just two sportsmen 'in the field' with nothing surrounding them? Genuinely interested as I'm sure there's more knowledgeable enthusiasts than me on this site.
Cheers
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