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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby Lloydy » Sun Nov 14, 2010 5:11 pm

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God that was awful!

On a side note, did anybody see Pacquaio v Margarito thios morning? Quality fight.


you were warned ;-)


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just proves, you can make money from anything if you have daft public who will pay :roll: :roll:


watched it for free online, thank fuck
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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby Timbo » Sun Nov 14, 2010 5:17 pm

ccfctommy wrote:
On a side note, did anybody see Pacquaio v Margarito thios morning? Quality fight.


Excellent viewing.
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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby johnsolako » Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:04 am

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With saying all that, I still wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of a Harrison right-hander. [smilie=icon_mrhappy.gif]



It's a bit late now, but you mean left hander. Audreys right is as weak as a 15 year olds non-wanking arm. It only has the strength to turn the pages of the porn mag.
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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby SamSamMan » Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:03 pm

Timbo wrote:
ccfctommy wrote:
On a side note, did anybody see Pacquaio v Margarito thios morning? Quality fight.


Excellent viewing.


Manny Pacquaio is a living legend of the sport. A privilage to watch him in action and it was possibly his most entertaining fight to date. Although he out classed and demolished Margorito, there were a few occasions where Margarito pinned Pacquaio to the ropes and really made him work to escape. Should have been stopped in the 10th round, was a legal assault in the last two. But that's America for you.....not to mention the joke of a decision in the Jones vs Soto Karass before it. I had Soto Karass winning by 5 rounds, yet the judges had obviously been paid off before hand and gave a decision to Jones which led to 50,000 fans booing. This shit really needs to stop, it's a disgrace

The Haye Harrison fight was quite frankly a joke. An I am not surprised to hear British Boxing Board of Control are threatening to withhold his purse money as he didn't even do anything but throw 1 jab! I would be pretty gutted if I had bought a ticket to watch that circus. Only bit of entertainment in Manchester was George Groves' big come back against Anderson. Showed some woful defence but some great heart to come back. Expect him to face the winner of De Gale and Smith next
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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby Realist » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:05 pm

You can train yourself to the peak of fitness. You can have the size, the power and aggression, but one thing you cannot train into a man is heart, and that's then one thing Harrison lacks. I haven't had chance to see the Pacquaio fight yet, but I did see a picture of Margerito's face in the paper today. :lol:
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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby AD » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:49 pm

Pacquaio fight was superb and showed what the Haye-Harrison fight could have been if Audley had any heart whatsoever.

Smaller guy with quick fists and a hard punch against a bigger but inferior fighter. But Margarito put his head in where it hurts and had a go at Manny. Yes he was outclassed but the guts and effort he showed earned him the respect and admiration of the crowd and his opponent.

Harrison was quite clearly scared whcih meant he'd lost before it had even started. It proved once and for all that he may talk the talk but he can't even crawl the crawl let alone walk the walk. It was a travesty of a 'fight'. No-one with so little desireand belief in themselves is destined to be World Champion - it's to crawl away from the sport throughly humiliated and be thankfuly ou managed to make so much money from what was a best a lacklustre career.
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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby dog rout 21 » Mon Nov 15, 2010 7:38 pm

Just noticed the Pacquaio is being replayed on sky sports tonight at 830
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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby Realist » Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:00 pm

dog rout 21 wrote:
Just noticed the Pacquaio is being replayed on sky sports tonight at 830


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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby Roger Mellie » Mon Nov 15, 2010 8:53 pm

I think everyone should lay off Harrison.

He's never hurt anyone

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Re: David Haye v Audley Harrison

Postby Realist » Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:37 pm

Thanks for letting me know about the replay Dogga, that fight was awesome. Pacquaio's speed and accuracy are somthing else (no wonder Mayweather doesn't want the fight) and maximum respect to Margarito. Two warriors showing what the sport is all about. Harrison should watch that fight and feel utterly ashamed of himself.
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