|View Poll Results: Most Unforgivable RTD/Quit?|
|Vitali Klitschko against Byrd||15||20.00%|
|Devon Alexander against Bradley||12||16.00%|
|Victor Ortiz against Maidana||30||40.00%|
|Victor Ortiz against Lopez||4||5.33%|
|Margarito against Cotto||1||1.33%|
|Sam Peter against Vitali||0||0%|
|Chris Arreola against Vitali||0||0%|
|Kostya Tszyu against Hatton||3||4.00%|
|Chad Dawson against Ward||4||5.33%|
|Another fighter, check my post||6||8.00%|
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|02-04-2013, 03:05 PM||#22|
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Calzaghe vs Peter Manfredo
Do not be fooled by Peter laughing, he was really crying and was quitting on the inside. It was an epic battle of ATG vs ATG! With a HOF ref as a plus!
|02-04-2013, 03:07 PM||#23|
A man can die but once
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|02-04-2013, 03:37 PM||#25|
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By the way it wasn't a cracked skull, it was the top of his spine.
Don't be so sensitive, I wasn't looking for a reaction.
I do agree with McBride/Tyson at the end of his career, but at least Tyson did admit that he didn't have enough to beat a guy with that low skill level that he shouldn't be fighting anymore and never made an excuse for it
|02-04-2013, 04:53 PM||#27|
Up and Comer
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|02-04-2013, 04:54 PM||#28|
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Hard to pick.
Alexander knew he had already lost that fight and cried/quit his way out early.
Ortiz didn't feel like taking any more punches against Maidana and just stopped.
I'm going to go with those two being equal.
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