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It is hilarious trying to watch superfans come to terms with a loss from their favorite fighter(s)

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  • It is hilarious trying to watch superfans come to terms with a loss from their favorite fighter(s)

    From the AJ fans, to the Canelo fans, they just end up using these forums as a means of therapy, trying to cope with the (in their minds) devastating loss of their hero.

    I guess that is the punishment for being a superfan - they annoy us boxing fans, with their bias and their irrationality, and with their inability to just call it how it is.

    When their hero is finally (sometimes it never quite happens) clearly beat, they basically suffer a breakdown with the damage it does to their pysche.

    Don't be a superfan kids - be a boxing fan.
    Get em up, Smash and 3 others like this.

  • #2
    Man you should’ve been here in 2012 and 2015. It was utterly pathetic. 2017 was also a doozy as well.

    Mow what do all three of those years have in common???

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    • #3
      Originally posted by The Big Dunn View Post
      Man you should’ve been here in 2012 and 2015. It was utterly pathetic. 2017 was also a doozy as well.

      Mow what do all three of those years have in common???
      I really have no idea

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      • #4
        It sure is humiliating, I didn't do it when Wilder lost, I won't do it if Bud loses, these Canelo fans lost their damn minds. All these pathetic excuses from how Bivol was too big to how canelo is really a middleweight to golf to he didn't care, it's very bad.
        Smash and BaguMka like this.

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        • #5
          Do they really ever come to terms, they all seems to just make excuses, get tired of making excuses then disappear for months then show up again when their guy gets a quality win and go right back to Super Fanboy Mode

          People was blaming Veganism for Canelo losing, come to find out he wasn't even Vegan for that fight
          Last edited by sicko; 05-20-2022, 07:45 PM.
          Smash and like this.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sicko View Post
            Do they really ever come to terms, they all seems to just make excuses, get tired of making excuses then disappear for months then show up again when their guy gets a quality win and go right back to Super Fanboy Mode

            People was blaming Veganism for Canelo losing, come to find out he wasn't even Vegan for that fight
            You're right, it's more like trying to come to terms with the loss

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            • #7
              Goes both ways....when the fighter so many hate wins.

              NSB gets broken when that happens

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              • #8
                Facts rite now on the forum you got some guy constantly celebrating Canelo doing Mayweather-Berto numbers to cope with the loss.

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                • #9
                  Since the beginning of the sport fighters have had excuses why they lost. Some legit and some were just excuses. Any time a fighter challenges himself and steps up to tougher challenges and comes up short, especially in a close or controversial fight, the fighter will feel he won and his fans will too. This will never change. Forums and YouTube were lit with Wilder fans making every excuse in the book for his first loss.

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