I hate that this robbery was committed in the eyes of millions all over the world.
This gives a current black eye to boxing, as if it wasn't already scarred.
I love the sport, and though I may not be a Pacquiao fan, I hate to to see this happen to anyone.
bad decisions are part of all walks of life
If it's yellow, let it mellow... If it's brown, invite me 'round...
Brian its all part of the game, there are alot of bad decisions and this by far hasnt been the worst its just the one on the biggest stage for a while.
But get over it.
The key is Self-discipline.
Looked up "Onix" on Wikipedia. Seems to be an ancient Mexican pagan word for DICK. The picture I hope I uploaded from the site even LOOKS like a dick.
That would explain your personality.
There is no integrity in accepting "It's part of the Game" It allows for corruption in gambling. What if, fill in the blank, bet $10 Million on Bradley through a front knowing the outcome is fixed? Acceptance of a fallible system should not be tolerated. Being apathetic is an epic mistake.
Here's a bright side for boxing. This might just be the opportunity for boxing to make the change it needs. It might get enough uproar from the non-boxing patrons to fially to get a national commission. The boxing community should stand behind the whinning pathetics, even if they feel like saying karma for the betterment of boxing.
FINALLY!!! Someone is making some fucking sense around here.
Parroting "bad decisions are part of the game" is a defeatist attitude. It won't help bring about any change, if change could help the sport, which I think we're all in agreement it could use some help. We're all boxing fans, love the sport, and would like boxing to retain or increase its popularity. Maybe even more new fans.
The key is Self-discipline.
You're the one who came in here without anything constructive to say, asshole. You began the insults without contributing anything useful, as usual. But I think I know why you behave the way you do.
Found this off "wikipedia". And I'm not making this up.
They are very hotheaded Pokémon and will constantly attack humans and Pokémon when various objects are caught in its craggy body. However, domesticated Onix will show signs of distress instead of attacking others.
Onix can be found in mountains and caves, though they prefer underground tunnels with little light. It can also be found in craggy mountains and abandoned mines. It is most common in Kanto, Johto, and Sinnoh, with some rare appearances in Unova.
So my only question is: Are you a "domesticated" Onix?
Look kid... everyone here knows you're a dick. You came into the thread and instead of posting something constructive you began with the insults. Do you have a "man-crush" on me? Doesn't Tony give you enough dick? Seriously, quit stalking my posts for the chance to get into trading insults... and go play in the street, like a good little boy.
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