Originally Posted by killersheep Why did Lee agree to this? He'll need a knockout to get a split decision. Lee agreed to this because it's the biggest money fight he can get and he has at least some chance of beating Chavez, although I agree about the KO to get a draw bit.
Chavez, Arum, Martinez and Di Bella have to sign an sgreement that Chavez fights Martinez after the Lee fight. Martinez already signed it. Chavez has to sign it before the Lee fight or he gets stripped and it'll be a nontitle fight
MY BOXING STORY: By Brian Zelley
My boxing journey begins in 1963 as a member of th
newly created NANAIMO's Newcatle Boxing Club
founed by George Nepper. and the active part of
the journey ends in January 1992 as the Interim Chairman of the Boxing Committee of
the Greater Victoria Commonwealth Games Society
in preparation for the 1994 Commonwealth Games.
i also served as a Boxing Committee
Updated 03-30-2012 at 10:04 AM by Zelley
Originally Posted by Tam Seddon I do think that this will be a good channel and I will be paying 10 quid for it. Deffo worth it on the site it says 10 quid a month but I thought it is free at first?
The first month looks great lets hope it carrys on like this.
It says on the site though Gavin v Purdy for the 147 British Title but at the press confrence it said Gavin is fighting the WBO number 4 ranked fighter not Purdy??
Originally Posted by marbleheadmaui I thought I'd pick a fight
Here's the criteria
1. Great fighters beaten when they were great fighters
2. Division wrecking
3. Ranked fighters beaten
3. Taking on everyone or nearly so
4. Occasional losses top great fighters don't have large impact
5. Losses to less than great fighters when in one's extended prime have a significant impact
6. Judgement is made over one's "extended prime." The longer the prime the better
Originally Posted by gest12645 Great pointing out Dempsey. Also Patterson.
And Jack Johnson, or Joe Louis are ovarated in terms of comparing them to Hwy's such as Lewis, Holmes, Ali. They wouldn't stand a chance against modern Heavyweights- even the Klitschkos
Originally Posted by Zelley 24 Nominations To-date
There are some interesting nominations for 2011 including three boxing clubs: Campbell River Eagles, East Vancouver Optimists, and South Hill-Firefighters Boxing Clubs
For tournaments the only one nominated is the 1967 Shrine International Diamond Belt Championships which had ROCKY MARCIANO, as the guest referee. Another interesting nomination is a family nomination of THE BOYCE FAMILY. The key persons involved in boxing from the Boyce
pain! went to pineapple dance stuidios today - completely knackering. Now eating pizza & watching Eurovision. A good day I won't be able to walk tomorrow.
Originally Posted by Zelley 1975 BC GOLDEN GLOVES
Two of the interesting stories are focused on JIMMY MACMILLAN and GORDIE LAWSON.
Jimmy made a comeback after about 8 years and ended up earning the Golden Boy runner-up award. And, Gordie was the only boxer, in the two day tournament,
to score a clean knockout when his opponent was on the deck for over a minute.
Originally Posted by Andre Antarctica Condition 1 Weather - Snotr brrrrrrrrr I just don't like Andre.
Originally Posted by CutMeMick As you may know Bilbo I'm big on looking good and smelling good...
So anything to do with apparel and stuff like that I'm on it.
So here are IMO the greatest colognes to date... #7 - Issey Miyake - L'eau D'Issey One for the ages, with like I think this one has potential for a 5 spot no doubt. I gave a couple of bottles away for birthdays a few years ago. Like the sweet smell not usually my taste but this one is done just right.