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  • medic5678
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    Maybe it ain't boxing, but I thought McGregor's quit was reasonable, after his leg snapped in half.

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  • Roadblock
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    Originally posted by GhostofDempsey View Post
    Oscar vs Pacquiao
    Morales vs Pacquiao
    Oscar vs Chavez II
    Oscar had a good reason.




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  • TJ highway
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    Evidently you never did a school project with plaster of Paris?...............................Just saying!

    Mags knows a he's a cheat.........................You can see it in his eyes. His trainer fell on the sword and got a life time ban.

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  • Damn Wicked
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    Kell Brook VS Golovkin was an understandable and fair "quit".

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  • elfag
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    Originally posted by TJ highway View Post

    We all know it was the loaded wraps. Cotto was on a 7 year win streak until he met plaster of Paris Margarito.

    Cottos team inspected Margo's wraps and gave their approval.

    Cotto retro actively declared the wraps no good the next year. lmao you cant do that chit.

    Cotto still had a hard time with margo in the rematch despite having a pre broken eye socket to target. Only once he rebroke it did he really come out on top.

    Cotto has 6 losses and two lucky decisions (mosley, clottey) but he only ever admits to losing to Pacquaio and Ali. Every other fight he has excuses and claimed he won or was cheated. He was the biggest diva of his era.

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  • BodyBagz
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    Originally posted by TJ highway View Post

    We all know it was the loaded wraps. Cotto was on a 7 year win streak until he met plaster of Paris Margarito.
    Funny thing, Cotto was handling Plasterito well for the 1st half of the fight.

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  • TJ highway
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    Originally posted by BodyBagz View Post
    Vit quit vs Byrd 1

    ''Klitschko controlled most of the fight with Byrd being elusive and making himself a difficult target. After 9 rounds Vitali had suffered a torn rotator cuff and despite being clearly ahead on the scorecards (88-83, 88-83, & 89-82) he retired on his stool handing the win to Byrd. Harold Lederman, HBO's unofficial judge, had Klitschko ahead 88-83 at the time of the stoppage.''
    A healthy Vit made it obvious in the rematch.

    Any injury related quit should get a pass.More so is they were winning at the time of the quit.

    Honorable mention - Cotto quit vs Margarito 1*
    I had Cotto up big until he gassed. He gave it his all and that can't be denied
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    We all know it was the loaded wraps. Cotto was on a 7 year win streak until he met plaster of Paris Margarito.

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  • GhostofDempsey
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    Oscar vs Pacquiao
    Morales vs Pacquiao
    Oscar vs Chavez II

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  • GrandpaBernard
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    Zab Judah is an unusual case

    he mentally checked out in many fights

    but fought till the end VS Danny Garcia and proved he could have had heart

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  • GrandpaBernard
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    Idk I’m not the one in there taking all that damage

    hard to judge these guys

    it’s boxing culture. You’re expected to fight on unless stopped

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