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Old 02-23-2016, 08:41 PM #6
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I happen to think the opposite. I think fighter's are too quick to blame trainer's and not take the responsibility for their losses or have too much pride to admit they lost a fight.

DLH was a textbook example of this. He'd change Trainer's like a fart changed directions and still blames his loss on Tito to his trainer but doesn't admit he ran like a chick waiting in line for stockings at Dillards.
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