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Old 12-13-2017, 10:42 PM #51
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Rigo quit on his stool. Kell Brook bent the knee to King Errol Spence. They both quit but Kneel Brook quit on his knees instead of calmly on his stool. There's different levels to this quitting shit.
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Old 12-13-2017, 11:40 PM #52
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He never actually said "No Mas"
Did I say he did? Quote me.

At the end of the eighth against Leonard he waved his hands to call it off you could see him mouthing something. Whether that was "No mas" or not is irrelevant because those words were still used by someone in Duran's corner who was shouting it from the sidelines even the referee.

By the way who exactly is denying he said those words? Let me guess...someone from Duran's family? Duran himself? It's called self preservation. Damage control.

Just like all QUITTERS do they all live in denial. Just like Kell Brook over here trying to make it sound like he didn't QUIT comparing himself to a much more high profile QUITTER. Now Rigondeauxs trainer has also come out denying his fighter didn't QUIT. See the pattern?

Those words "No mas" will forever be applied to QUITTERS in the sport. That will never change.
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Old 12-14-2017, 12:39 AM #53
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So what do y’all think about Roberto Duran since he quit?
Kell and Rigo quit because they were in a fight. Duran quit because he knew there wouldn't be one. Duran is pure man.
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Old 12-14-2017, 02:42 AM #54
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In law, each individual case is weighed on its own merits before a judgement is made, even if the cases are similar.

In that respect, Brook has a solid case. His injury was legitimate, Rigo's wasn't.

That is a medical, biological, and scientific fact. It's indisputable.
Not much point using that logic round here. It is wasted on too many people.

Yes, Brook quit a fight and Rigo quit a fight. To say there is no difference is laughable though and does nothing but highlight a lack in common sense in those that think they fall into the same box.

One guy's face was physically being risked as never being the same again. His eye being risked, his vision for the rest of his life on the line. An injury from a previous fight flared up again, and, knowing the risks having been told by medical professionals prior to it happening the second time decided to leave the action with this in mind. Yes, this is quitting, but he certainly leans more toward an excusable reason than many do.

The other guy? Just mentally felt like he couldn't win and ducked out behind a pathetic lie.

You can't see a difference there then you can't be reasoned with.
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Old 12-14-2017, 02:47 AM #55
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You quit (gave up) against Spence, you have no leg to stand on. Both are just as bad as eachother
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Old 12-14-2017, 05:35 AM #56
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Damn. Tony Bellew is shėtting on Kell Brook again for QUITTING. He did after the Brook vs Spence fight. He mentioned it again a month back saying he's not a fan of any boxer that chooses to submit rather than go out like a warrior and here he is again shėtting on Kell with his indirect insults...

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Old 12-14-2017, 08:19 AM #57
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Kell's injury sustained at the hands of Spence was to his other eye too, he quit theres no excuses about it
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Old 12-14-2017, 08:21 AM #58
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One had a chance go blind while the other has a "bruiser" hand.... I don't know but.... Well u know the rest
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Old 12-14-2017, 08:22 AM #59
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Not much point using that logic round here. It is wasted on too many people.

Yes, Brook quit a fight and Rigo quit a fight. To say there is no difference is laughable though and does nothing but highlight a lack in common sense in those that think they fall into the same box.

One guy's face was physically being risked as never being the same again. His eye being risked, his vision for the rest of his life on the line. An injury from a previous fight flared up again, and, knowing the risks having been told by medical professionals prior to it happening the second time decided to leave the action with this in mind. Yes, this is quitting, but he certainly leans more toward an excusable reason than many do.

The other guy? Just mentally felt like he couldn't win and ducked out behind a pathetic lie.

You can't see a difference there then you can't be reasoned with.
Thank you. That's exactly what sane people saw...
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Old 12-14-2017, 06:18 PM #60
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Did I say he did? Quote me.

At the end of the eighth against Leonard he waved his hands to call it off you could see him mouthing something. Whether that was "No mas" or not is irrelevant because those words were still used by someone in Duran's corner who was shouting it from the sidelines even the referee.

By the way who exactly is denying he said those words? Let me guess...someone from Duran's family? Duran himself? It's called self preservation. Damage control.

Just like all QUITTERS do they all live in denial. Just like Kell Brook over here trying to make it sound like he didn't QUIT comparing himself to a much more high profile QUITTER. Now Rigondeauxs trainer has also come out denying his fighter didn't QUIT. See the pattern?

Those words "No mas" will forever be applied to QUITTERS in the sport. That will never change.

You implied it and you believe he did say it.

They have been many documentaries on Duran, Leonard, and that fight. Maybe you should watch one of them.

Brook quite because he fractured his orbital bone and he could lose his sight. Rigo quit because he was getting embarrassed and was fed up of getting schooled.

You are a fool if you think these things deserve equal condemnation
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