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    Default Hector Camacho Jr.

    He lost his comeback fight...BY TKO! And no one took anything from that? Not that warm fuzzy feeling inside when the bad guy gets what's coming to him?

    I am pleased with the outcome

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    Jr middleweight Andrey Tsurkan (23-2, 14 KOs) scored a surprising eighth round TKO over Hector Camacho Jr (41-2-1, 23 KOs). Referee Randy Neumann stopped it at 1:42 after Tsurkan threw a long series of unanswered punches against Camacho, although most didn't connect. Camacho complained bitterly about the stoppage and did not appear to be hurt.

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    He looked absolute bollocks that night....definately a case of the record being better then the fighter.

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    The good old Camacho's once you hurt them their careers are CRAP

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    One of the biggest bust in boxing history, he should have been a superstar, or at least everyone thought.

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    Default Re: Hector Camacho Jr.

    Everything's true.

    But I don't think the fight should have been stopped. It was exciting and I'd love to see a rematch

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    i saw this fight at hooters and of course the second i take a piss i hear everyone moaning and screaming i come out and i see HMCJ begging the ref to not stop the fight even though he had apparently waived it off. after seeing the slow mo replay it wasnt exactly the most clearly needed stoppage but then again i only saw it in slow mo not the actual speed it took place. HMCJ was trying his new style of not running but standing toe to toe and so thats why he got hit alot in this fight. i remember seeing one of his previous fights against some bum when he arrived to the ring on a Fin camel hahahaha. anyone else remember that ring entrance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cockey cockney
    He looked absolute bollocks that night....definately a case of the record being better then the fighter.
    figures...the one fight I really want to see a fighter lose in and I miss it.....
    It feels good to be back home.

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    I thought Camacho jr. vs Tsurkin was a very exciting fight. The 4th round is a candidate for round of the year. I do agree with the stoggage. Camacho has been in the game long enough to know that you need to throw back when being peppered with punches or the ref is going to call it. .

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