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  • 1hourRun
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    Originally posted by Aztekkas View Post
    Just like Roman claiming he wanted 1 to 2 million big ones for the rematch but acting like Estrada wanted no parts?

    At the end of the day, why would Estrada push away from the Ioka fight and duck him when he moved up to pursue the bigger, more dangerous names??? Think about it, Run.
    I'm over it, I admit I like where this is going with Rungvisai...I dont know who to root for, its one of those fights that I win no matter the result! hehe! take that 'Pollito'! take that Rungvisai for Chocolate!!!

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  • Aztekkas
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    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
    This is disgraceful posting by your standard bro. You know Ioka and Gallo was ordered by the WBA after he had plenty of rest from the injury he is on the record saying he was good to go...suddenly negotiation talks stopped and they were forced to go to purse bids thats when he announced he was moving up in weight -- we both were posting at the time so cut it,

    You remember me clowning him for avoiding the fight in Japan don't try to rewrite history he vacated and tired to justify it by saying he was leaving the division, then he picked up a bum from flyweight even after the moved up to 115, so I asked you why did he move up from flyweight to fight a flyweight at 115? then you went back to 'Oh his hand doe' despite quotes from Gallo himself saying he was ready to fight.
    Just like Roman claiming he wanted 1 to 2 million big ones for the rematch but acting like Estrada wanted no parts?

    At the end of the day, why would Estrada push away from the Ioka fight and duck him when he moved up to pursue the bigger, more dangerous names??? Think about it, Run.

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  • 1hourRun
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    Originally posted by Aztekkas View Post
    You act like Estrada simply ducked Ioka . In fact, you use the hand injury as the reason behind Estrada vs Roman II not happening, but disregard it behind the Ioka situation. We both know the rematch and Ioka situation were on the table around the same time, Nietes as well. However, everything was thrown out the window and Estrada sat on the back burner for almost 2 years due to his hand.

    Don't play stupid Run. Nvm, you can't help it because you're not playing a role... It's just who you are.
    This is disgraceful posting by your standard bro. You know Ioka and Gallo was ordered by the WBA after he had plenty of rest from the injury he is on the record saying he was good to go...suddenly negotiation talks stopped and they were forced to go to purse bids thats when he announced he was moving up in weight -- we both were posting at the time so cut it,

    You remember me clowning him for avoiding the fight in Japan don't try to rewrite history he vacated and tired to justify it by saying he was leaving the division, then he picked up a bum from flyweight even after the moved up to 115, so I asked you why did he move up from flyweight to fight a flyweight at 115? then you went back to 'Oh his hand doe' despite quotes from Gallo himself saying he was ready to fight.

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  • Aztekkas
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    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
    This comment is really dissapointing coming from you knowing he already rematched a Mexican and the fact that Estrada had hand injuries also complicated the expected rematch, even you expected the rematch @ 115 but as far as the Cuadras rematch yeah Gonzalez was wrong there, considering the WBC made 'La Gallina' Estrada fight Cuadras.

    But lastly at least Roman fought them all, Estrada on the other hand didnt not want to travel to Japan and fight Ioka for the lineal title. So try keeping things according to context.
    You act like Estrada simply ducked Ioka . In fact, you use the hand injury as the reason behind Estrada vs Roman II not happening, but disregard it behind the Ioka situation. We both know the rematch and Ioka situation were on the table around the same time, Nietes as well. However, everything was thrown out the window and Estrada sat on the back burner for almost 2 years due to his hand.

    Don't play stupid Run. Nvm, you can't help it because you're not playing a role... It's just who you are.

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  • Motorcity Cobra
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    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
    I already did many times, I know what hes about and schooled him enough, but I see you dont have a leg to stand on this argument that is easily can be crushed.

    You guys wont use the same logic with your favorite fighters because you feel some type of way. Its like denying that Andre Ward was at his peak in resume and skill at 168, now he gets a good win vs. Kov like Gonzalez did at 115 -- you wont convince true fans of the sport that Ward was always a weight bully and that he was always a 168 pounder when he really began at 160.

    Now Dre walks around 200 pounds right but only an idiot will say oh look hes walking around 200! he should fight Anthony Joshua! and the worst part and most pathetic thing of all of this is that...Gonzalez literally tied a record in moving up in weight but its not enough!

    You guys make NSB ****.
    Ward isn't my favorite fighter. I said he lost the first fight against Kovalev. But Ward, unlike Roman, found a way to beat the bigger, stronger guy with skills. Ward said during the broadcast that if your a p4p fighter you have to find a way to beat the bigger, stronger guy. Roman loses to a bigger, stronger guy and people act like he went up 2 weight classes like Brook.

    Once Roman wasn't the bigger, stronger guy and couldn't win thru attrition he had nothing else. He's a come forward pressure fighter who was dominant when he was the bigger, stronger guy.

    You, like others got fooled into believing the hype.

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  • 1hourRun
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    Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post
    Why are you quoting me? Quote him and address the points he made.
    I already did many times, I know what hes about and schooled him enough, but I see you dont have a leg to stand on this argument that easily can be crushed.

    You guys wont use the same logic with your favorite fighters because you feel some type of way. Its like denying that Andre Ward was at his peak in resume and skill at 168, now he gets a good win vs. Kov like Gonzalez did at 115 -- you wont convince true fans of the sport that Ward was always a weight bully and that he was always a 175 pounder when he really began at 160.

    Now Dre walks around 200 pounds right but only an idiot will say oh look hes walking around 200! he should fight Anthony Joshua! and the worst part and most pathetic thing of all of this is that...Gonzalez literally tied a record in moving up in weight but its not enough!

    You guys make NSB ****.
    Last edited by 1hourRun; 09-12-2017, 09:32 AM.

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  • Motorcity Cobra
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    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
    How does that make sense? so all these flyweights should be fighting at 126-130 then? so welterweights like Peterson and Bradley should be fighting at middleweight then? so Crawford, Ward were always a bully too?
    Why are you quoting me? Quote him and address the points he made.

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  • 1hourRun
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    Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post
    You're making to much sense.
    How does that make sense? so all these flyweights should be fighting at 126-130 then? so welterweights like Peterson and Bradley should be fighting at middleweight then? so Crawford, Ward were always a bully too?

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  • Motorcity Cobra
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    Originally posted by -Kev- View Post
    If he's too big for 112, I don't know how he can be too small for 115. But that's fan logic.

    He walks around at 130.

    When I was a kid at 130lbs, there's no way I could make 112. People think that being perfect for a weight class has to be looking like a skeleton and then rehydrating 12-15lbs on fight night.

    The guys who were really in the weight they belonged are the guys who rehydrate 2-3lbs on fight night. Yeah that means that not many boxers fight in the weight they belong in.

    Roman Gonzalez being "too small" for 115, while walking around at 130lbs, really means that fighters his own size are too much for him and that if he can not feast on smaller opponents he will not be great. That's the interpretation I read.
    You're making to much sense.

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  • 1hourRun
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    Originally posted by Aztekkas View Post
    He got planted bruh bruh. All those accomplishments will be most likely overshadowed by the brutal KO he underwent. Atleast, in the casuals eyes.

    He gave no rematches and when he was given one himself, he decided to take a nap mid fight.
    This comment is really dissapointing coming from you knowing he already rematched a Mexican and the fact that Estrada had hand injuries also complicated the expected rematch, even you expected the rematch @ 115 but as far as the Cuadras rematch yeah Gonzalez was wrong there, considering the WBC made 'La Gallina' Estrada fight Cuadras.

    But lastly at least Roman fought them all, Estrada on the other hand didnt not want to travel to Japan and fight Ioka for the lineal title. So try keeping things according to context.

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