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    Default Re: George Foreman - MONSTER

    Good fighter, but James Toney would out box him easily.

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    Default Re: George Foreman - MONSTER

    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Good fighter, but James Toney would out box him easily.
    George would miss a punch and the wind from it would KO Toney

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    Nah, nobody could stop James Toney. Foreman is too slow to give Toney problems. Even the ones that get through would merely stun him and then the rolling would weather the storm. Foreman could punch but Toney has the greatest chin of all time and most punches don't get through because of the defensive wizardry. Foreman would be exhausted after 3 having thrown so much and countered so effectively. Then Toney starts to come forward with body shots and sharp shots to the head. Foreman eventually quits on his stool. He didn't have the intelligence or ability to fight a James Toney.

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    Default Re: George Foreman - MONSTER

    Also the brightness and light would blind Foreman from the sun that shines out of James Toney's arse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Also the brightness and light would blind Foreman from the sun that shines out of James Toney's arse.
    I was thinking the same thing that it that ass brightness The Shining so bright like a son but George Foreman has a very good pair of sunglasses I have seen it once or twice. Listen everybody knows that James Toney was a wizard but every wizard who ever got in there except for the wizard of all wizards which was Muhammad Ali every wizard that got in there against George Foreman was pulverized down to a pile of crap after two rounds. James Toney might make it five rounds or six rounds and then big George Foreman the monster would have Hammer him hellishly into submission and maybe even kill him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Nah, nobody could stop James Toney. Foreman is too slow to give Toney problems. Even the ones that get through would merely stun him and then the rolling would weather the storm. Foreman could punch but Toney has the greatest chin of all time and most punches don't get through because of the defensive wizardry. Foreman would be exhausted after 3 having thrown so much and countered so effectively. Then Toney starts to come forward with body shots and sharp shots to the head. Foreman eventually quits on his stool. He didn't have the intelligence or ability to fight a James Toney.
    In hs prime, Big George wasn't slow at all by any standards. Not saying he was the faster, but nowhere was he slow. Tony was good, underappreciated for his skills, I totally agree, but he wasn't close from the "League of Legends" in which Big G is.
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    Re: James Toney

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Good fighter, but James Toney would out box him easily.


    My god what IS it with you and James Toney

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    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Good fighter, but James Toney would out box him easily.


    My god what IS it with you and James Toney
    You know how walrus loves Miles? Well this is Miles loves Toney.
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    Default Re: George Foreman - MONSTER

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by TitoFan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    Good fighter, but James Toney would out box him easily.


    My god what IS it with you and James Toney
    You know how walrus loves Miles? Well this is Miles loves Toney.


    All it takes now is for Toney to love walrus and this could get ugly.

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