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26 minutes ago, MightyJordan said:

Stranger things have happened, like Jeff Horn going the distance against Manny Pacquiao over the weekend, and look what happened there! :p

Yeah he got the home decision ;) 

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16 minutes ago, Damo R. said:

Yeah he got the home decision ;) 

I know, Pacquiao got screwed by the judges. Still, Horn was a bigger outsider on the bookies' odds than McGregor is against Mayweather. They're not taking any chances here.

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3 minutes ago, MightyJordan said:

I know, Pacquiao got screwed by the judges. Still, Horn was a bigger outsider on the bookies' odds than McGregor is against Mayweather. They're not taking any chances here.

Yeah it's in Vegas and that's where Mayweather is home 

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*le sigh*

 

Just when you think boxing's about to turn a corner and pick itself up after the farce that was Mayweather vs. McGregor, a dodgy judge comes along and screws it all up again by spoiling GGG vs. Alvarez.

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You can tell which one it was after seeing the stats...

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On 12/21/2018 at 3:31 AM, Calacicus said:

Anyone seeing this fight this weekend?

 

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Yep, I did, and ######## hell, what a knockout! Josh Warrington vs. Carl Frampton was supposedly a hell of a fight, too, but when there's two PPVs on at the same time, one's always gonna lose out, especially with Frank Warren's dismal undercards.

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23 hours ago, MightyJordan said:

Yep, I did, and ######## hell, what a knockout! Josh Warrington vs. Carl Frampton was supposedly a hell of a fight, too, but when there's two PPVs on at the same time, one's always gonna lose out, especially with Frank Warren's dismal undercards.

Warrens Undercard was bad but then so was Hearns so no winners there, and shame we had both events on the same day :(

 

Was a brutal knockout!

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12 hours ago, George P said:

I hear WIlders legs are still wobbly till this day.

He released a statement today and it's laughable :laugh:

 

 

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7 hours ago, Damo R. said:

He released a statement today and it's laughable :laugh:

 

 

Haha,  that's a riot.

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