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IronDanHamza
IronDanHamza
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  • It doesn’t really matter.

    The B sample is almost always going to be the same as the A sample.
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  • It can still be used as fallacy argument in the English language you dumb cunt

    I’m extremely aware what a fallacy is, incredibly aware actually You’re creeping into an abusive ad hominem there, which is guess what? Fallacious Or could also be termed as a FALLACY...
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  • Thought so

    Carry on with your fallacy arguments you clown....
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  • And? That has what to do with what I said?

    Yes I’m well aware you don’t care. Thats usually how it goes with fanboys only have fallacy arguments,

    You’re still using a clear and obvious double standard by listing fighters Fury didn’t fight but when the...
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  • Did you really just ask where his fight was with David Haye?

    Do you hold the same standard with Inoue? Where are his fights with Gonzalez, Estrada, Cuadras etc?

    Or is this just you moving the goalpost again as usual?

    Why even bring up rankings for Tyson Fury when...
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  • You make good points about PED’s etc

    But at the end of the day, he beat Klitschko who was #1, in his backyard, as heavy underdog.

    And he beat Wilder, who was #1, in his backyard, as heavy underdog.

    Regardless of things that he definitely deserves criticism...
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  • IronDanHamza
    replied to Usyk Needs To Retire Now
    Way too much money on the table.
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  • I had it 6-6 I think so just the knockdown separated them.

    There were like 4 or 5 swing rounds so that alone makes it a difficult fight to score.


    Logic seems to elude people, it seems. Every close fight it seems to always be the same. Something like “I had it...
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  • This was known.

    Because of the two fight deal, it means the winner can't fight the mandatory obligation....
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  • I do always find it funny when people like you say things like this.

    "Easy fight to score" like just because you scored a debatable round for a fighter then somehow that's now a clear obvious round. Like 116-111 should be a universal scorecard, yet on press row it's one of the...
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  • Definitely mate.

    Yeah like I say I haven't been to a fight since AJ-Pulev during lockdown. And I only went to that because it was lockdown. Before that the last one I went to was Fury-Wilder 2 I think.

    I am going to go to Saudi for one of the big fights at some point soon....
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  • Ah that's a shame, I'm going. I'd have brought you a drink.

    Looking forward to it it's the first fight I've been to since AJ-Pulev (I think )

    I usually go to at least 5 a year, here or international....
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  • Solid fighter, not elite but fair play to him he's done very well.

    Deserves a big fight now....
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  • You going?...
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  • Interesting so many of press row had it 6-6 in rounds.

    I thought the fight was either way but the vast majority have Usyk winning so that usually means something, albeit almost every score is close
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  • IronDanHamza
    replied to So who is PFP Number 1
    Usyk, hands down....
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  • I liked Juanma Lopez but yeah he was a very flawed fighter, his fight with Rogers Mtagwa let me know his ceiling, he got beat up badly in that fight.

    I remember when he signed to fight Salido, and I said Salido had a good chance, and a certain know it all poster who still posts the same...
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  • Yuriokis Gamboa vs Juanma Lopez.

    Anyone remember when they tried to "marinate" that fight? Then Lopez got battered by Salido in what was meant to be an easy fight.

    This marinating and "building" ruins the sport. Back in the "good old days", when...
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  • Who are you to talk though?

    You said James Toney would "walk down, dominate, and knock out" a prime AJ and Toney can't even beat the likes of Sam Peter and Hasim Rahman at that weight and barely beat Fres Oquendo

    So you've got no leg to stand on really....
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  • I didn't say they have similar styles. I used Huck as an example because they have some similar traits but their styles aren't similar.

    You use Huck's fight with Usyk to be critical of Huck, but he's fighting a master boxer. I was ringside on the 2nd row for Butler vs Rodriguez on the...
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