|12-22-2008, 10:55 AM||#91|
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I saw a close fight. Holyfield the challenger, away from home who didn't want to engage. A close fight and a close decision for the champion. Surely no robbery there.
But if someone thought they watch a movie, in which the old champ, fighting to secure hes house and family, going away, fighting a 11 years younger and 44 kg heaver opponent, the beast from the east/Russia - well i am sure this was not the Hollywood ending, where Holifields cry out hes wife names so they could hog in the middle of the ring.
(by the way - i shouted for Holyfield all the way)
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|12-22-2008, 11:06 AM||#92|
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|12-22-2008, 11:39 AM||#95|
Gonna be more suspicious
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OK, read this carefully. Al Bernstein is a boxing TV commentator, not a boxing writer. Graham Houston is a boxing writer, not a TV commentator. The original post called Houston the best boxing writer.
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