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  • peplz
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    Originally posted by Boxingfanatic75 View Post
    So nice to be able to block reading ignorant racists who 1) don’t know what the term racist means and 2) Don’t know the official scoring rules in boxing. And to think these are the folks who can reproduce to infect the rest of society and have an equal vote. Racists are some of the nastiest people and proof in the above post that they truly do come from all backgrounds and color.
    You’re worried about other HUMAN BEINGS reproducing but at that same time think you are not racist? I guess you’ve never heard of eugenics. Heil Hitler beeyotch!

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  • Boxingfanatic75
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    So nice to be able to block reading ignorant racists who 1) don’t know what the term racist means and 2) Don’t know the official scoring rules in boxing. And to think these are the folks who can reproduce to infect the rest of society and have an equal vote. Racists are some of the nastiest people and proof in the above post that they truly do come from all backgrounds and color.
    Last edited by Boxingfanatic75; 10-20-2021, 04:26 PM.

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  • peplz
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    Originally posted by jkrames View Post

    so do you think Joshua won or something? WHen I watched it (and twice on replay) I saw Joshua hurt at least twice. Regardless of if he was hurt or not Usyk had a convincing 8-4 ish victory.
    The fight was a chess match. Usyk won fair and square. But he took a decent amount of punishment himself. I didn’t attempt to score the fight but I’m not convinced that Joshua was ever in any real trouble of getting stopped in that fight. Its just a lot of narrative spinning and exaggerating going on because of the political climate in boxing right now. I didn’t expect Joshua to be able to beat Usyk. He’s too crafty and too experienced. But I also didn’t expect Joshua to be able to box as well and be as technical as he was against Usyk. He played Usyk’s game and he did better than I thought he would at it.

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  • peplz
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    Originally posted by Boxingfanatic75 View Post

    I don’t give two s h I ts what race you are. I never mentioned it, I don’t discuss it and truly could care less. Why inject it into this discussion?

    “Your people?” “Redneck?” You’re definitely a racist I have nothing further to discuss with you.
    All of the simple minded political comments you made have nothing to do with boxing and everything to do with white people. You just needed to know that I’m not one of you and your political commentary is not relevant to the sport of boxing and even less relevant to me individually. Your assumption that every person in the world has a dog in your primitive political food fight, even when its completely irrelevant and off topic, is TRUE RACISM.
    Last edited by peplz; 10-20-2021, 02:47 PM.

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  • Boxingfanatic75
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    Originally posted by peplz View Post

    You clearly think you’re bickering with a white person. “Soy boy millenial”? “DNSAB”? I don’t speak redneck and I’m not a white boy. I don’t watch the news and I don’t give a f u c k about your people’s politics. And for someone who is supposedly such a boxing aficionado you don’t have much to say about it
    I don’t give two s h I ts what race you are. I never mentioned it, I don’t discuss it and truly could care less. Why inject it into this discussion?

    “Your people?” “Redneck?” You’re definitely a racist I have nothing further to discuss with you.

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  • peplz
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    Originally posted by Boxingfanatic75 View Post

    This proves you dnsab these are the quoted scoring criteria of boxing. Please go back and join your moisty millenial soy boy pals in the gaming forums. You clearly do not not anything about boxing; including the actual quotes rules.
    You clearly think you’re bickering with a white person. “Soy boy millenial”? “DNSAB”? I don’t speak redneck and I’m not a white boy. I don’t watch the news and I don’t give a f u c k about your people’s politics. And for someone who is supposedly such a boxing aficionado you don’t have much to say about it

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  • jkrames
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    Originally posted by peplz View Post
    I watched the fight. He never had him hurt. He definitely had the commentators excited with all of them missed punches at the end of the fight. And did you see Usyk’s face? He looked more busted up than Joshua did.
    so do you think Joshua won or something? WHen I watched it (and twice on replay) I saw Joshua hurt at least twice. Regardless of if he was hurt or not Usyk had a convincing 8-4 ish victory.

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  • P to the J
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    Originally posted by P to the J View Post






    I give Usyk no chance of beating Fury, none... because he cannot contain him, and will struggle to hurt him

    Fury is much more well-rounded as a fighter, and much more confident... than Joshua... he is also much longer, and he knows how to use that length

    Wilder/Usyk is 50/50, with me slightly leaning toward Wilder

    I am almost certain that Wilder would land betsy at some point in that fight, just like he did on EVERY other opponent... and I know that Usyk does not have the resilience of Tyson Fury







    ...
    Perfectly plausible outcomes. When the time arrives, I’ll take one of this forum’s bets (that I haven’t figured out yet) with you on Fury vs Usyk, because that’s the match that intrigues me the most. Even if it turns out to be a stinker.

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  • MastaBlasta
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    I agree with Bradley but it goes farther. AJ has "punch memory" I believe Wilder has it also. When Fury hit him in that spot just behing the ear in the head/neck, and Wilder went down (1st knockdown in the Trilogy fight) ... it changed the fight completely. Wilder has a lot of dog in him, and fought through it better than most you will ever see. He put up an amazing fight considering was never out of trouble after that 1st knockdown punch re-awakened his problems from that rabbit punch 1st knockdown in fight 2. But in the long run he was damaged goods and not stable through the rest of the fight. The fact that he caught and put Fury down twice is beyond amazing.

    In AJ and Wilder's case, you get physically damaged and mentally changed from a serious head blow by a nearly 300lb. professional fighter. Anyone will. It takes years honestly for the physical damage to the head/neck/brain to completely heal. The mental side sometimes heals faster, sometimes slower, sometimes never. Wilder's mental side seems to have healed fairly fast, but the physical damage was exposed after he was hit in the trilogy fight. For AJ, his mental "issues" seem to have never healed far enough (from the 1st Ruiz fight). He seems to fear the trauma of taking a solid punch (it's a smart fear to have after head trauma).

    In both cases my opinion was that both fighters resumed fighting way too fast. It usually takes years for the physical and mental issues to heal enough to be able to have more head trauma (punches to the head) and not immediately rekindle the original trauma. It takes years to be able to take huge (world-class) punches to the head without being incapacitated badly ... which is very dangerous in the ring. Both fighters resumed fighting for championships way too soon for the good of their long-term health.

    I think AJ should shelve the rematch with Usyk for now, take some time off, and allow his mind and body to heal without needing to fend off head punches. He will be better and healthier in the long term with a pause. Wilder would have been better if he had paused longer also, and after a very damaging fight he really needs a long pause now from boxing.
    Last edited by MastaBlasta; 10-19-2021, 07:02 PM.

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  • Boxingfanatic75
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    Originally posted by peplz View Post
    More blind irrational pronouncements…
    This proves you dnsab these are the quoted scoring criteria of boxing. Please go back and join your moisty millenial soy boy pals in the gaming forums. You clearly do not not anything about boxing; including the actual quotes rules.

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