|04-11-2011, 01:55 AM||#11|
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|04-11-2011, 02:25 AM||#13|
SRR by Triangle Theory
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And here we are again, one loss and you've been exposed. It's bullsh*t man. One loss is nothing unless the fighter was seriously hurt.
Henry Armstrong was exposed in his first fight, Ray Robinson would have been valled washed up by this forum after his first lose. The list could go on and on of great fighters losing a match that on paper they should have won.
It's rediculous really, you people always believe that a 0 in the loss column means the guy is a killer when in reality it probably means that he has yet to fight anybody good.
Any fighter can give any other fighter alot of trouble if their styles are different and any man can be knocked out on any given night, even by inferior competition.
You guys sit here and compare promotional companies and their match making processes like your talking about trading stocks. This guy matches soft, this guy matches light. What ever happened to the fans that just wanted to see competitive fights and cared nothing for the zero in the loss column.
The game has drasticaly changed for the worse in this way. Ever read about the 30's and 40's when everybody fought everybody. A classic war is battled and a winner announced. Then 3 or 4 weeks later they are doing it again and slugging it out in another war. Those days are gone with the spoon fed fighters and their scared ****less of a loss managers/promotional teams. And people wonder why boxing has fallen off. I know that the top guys in the MMA are fighting eachother constantly, why not in boxing?...........Rockin'
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