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  • Comments Thread For: Carlos Takam vs. Jerry Forrest: The Value Of Eyeballs

    By Cliff Rold - Thursday night, we get a heavyweight main event born of circumstance. 32-year old Jerry Forrest (26-3, 20 KO) was supposed to face a returning Jarrell Miller. Miller won't be returning after all. Not Thursday (ESPN, 8 PM EST). Not for a while. In steps 39-year old former title challenger Carlos Takam (38-5-1, 28 KO) as the late replacement. While the ESPN...
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  • #2
    Sorry writer but youve wrote in steps jerry forrest....miller was meant to fight forrest....in steps carlos takam....just saying

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    • #3
      Originally posted by trippers1 View Post
      Sorry writer but youve wrote in steps jerry forrest....miller was meant to fight forrest....in steps carlos takam....just saying
      This is spot on .

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      • #4
        Iíd say Takam gave AJ good work but he wasnít close to winning that would be the Parker fight in which I think Takam won so thatís fits for Parker .

        Other then that this is a good fight but itís 2020 now ,Iím expected to see Forrest pull off a slight upset since he was actually the one training for the fight not Takam who is the replacement. I think Takam has taking to much batterings , Forrest should just have enough to pull through here but itís close to a pickem.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by trippers1 View Post
          Sorry writer but youve wrote in steps jerry forrest....miller was meant to fight forrest....in steps carlos takam....just saying
          I kinda lost interest in whatever Cliff was going to say after those first few sentences when I saw this; if the author can get this part right how can I take any of the subsequent analysis seriously....

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          • #6
            Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post
            I kinda lost interest in whatever Cliff was going to say after those first few sentences when I saw this; if the author can get this part right how can I take any of the subsequent analysis seriously....
            That may be but It doesn’t effect the outlined detail of the fight and what’s at stake which was well written. The Who is replacement of who actually isn’t important here . Both guys were actually scheduled for different fights , Takam was supposed to fight Rivas , he could have included that as well if he realized Forrest was not the replacement here either .

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            • #7
              Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post
              I kinda lost interest in whatever Cliff was going to say after those first few sentences when I saw this; if the author can get this part right how can I take any of the subsequent analysis seriously....
              Yes, very amateur schoolboy-type error. Obviously poorly proofread!

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              • #8
                It pays to pay attention........ whats the writers name Rob?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post
                  I kinda lost interest in whatever Cliff was going to say after those first few sentences when I saw this; if the author can get this part right how can I take any of the subsequent analysis seriously....
                  Stupid mistake; I blew that one.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tokon View Post
                    Yes, very amateur schoolboy-type error. Obviously poorly proofread!
                    Roldy's cool, but this kinda snafu's a fairly common occurance on the 'Scene.

                    As it happens I got some experience proof reading, and I'm perpetually short of money.... I keep dropping hints, but they ain't taken the bait.... yet.

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