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    Default George Foreman 56-2 (54 KOs)

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4jpou5r5uOc


    The definition of fear is looking across the ring and knowing your 14-2 ass is gonna be #55.
    Last edited by Master; 12-18-2015 at 02:50 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4jpou5r5uOc

    The definition of fear is looking across the ring and knowing your 14-2 ass is gonna be #55.
    Hahshshshs. YES DEFINITELY AGREE.

    knowing you'll be CLUBBED TO A CRUMPLED BLOODY CARCASS

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    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4jpou5r5uOc

    The definition of fear is looking across the ring and knowing your 14-2 ass is gonna be #55.
    Hahshshshs. YES DEFINITELY AGREE.

    knowing you'll be CLUBBED TO A CRUMPLED BLOODY CARCASS
    Lol indeed or at least get a couple bear paw swipes upside your head.

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    It just shows you how great Ali was to beat the most powerful heavyweight champion of all time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    It just shows you how great Ali was to beat the most powerful heavyweight champion of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    It just shows you how great Ali was to beat the most powerful heavyweight champion of all time.
    Did I mention Ali also beat the most feared heavyweight champion Sonny Liston?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    It just shows you how great Ali was to beat the most powerful heavyweight champion of all time.
    Did I mention Ali also beat the most feared heavyweight champion Sonny Liston?

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    Have I mentioned Ali took the bomb left hook from Joe Frazier?
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    God I love Foreman. What a frickin fighter. According to him. He didn't take Ali seriously. Ali had lost previous fights going into the v Foreman. He's just one of those guys I never get tired of watching replays. That Ali fight ruined him mentally for a while. Damon he is beautiful to watch.

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    His comeback is more and more understated in an age where guys collect trinkets like random door prizes. Funny, lark and at time a rehearsed punch line but the at the end of the day he learned and earned it all back. Foreman was adapting and refining his approach when Hopkins was still fighting with his face. Man, young, old or even older and being robbed vs Briggs...I miss some Foreman!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    His comeback is more and more understated in an age where guys collect trinkets like random door prizes. Funny, lark and at time a rehearsed punch line but the at the end of the day he learned and earned it all back. Foreman was adapting and refining his approach when Hopkins was still fighting with his face. Man, young, old or even older and being robbed vs Briggs...I miss some Foreman!
    I remember an article in The Ring a few years ago about his comeback.

    It went something like this: "He was big and slow like a glacier , but still retained much of the punching power that terrorized the heavyweights of the 70's and as many of his opponents found out, a glacier could be hard to fight."

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    Foreman handpicked his opponents and he was scared of getting battered by Lennox Lewis.

    Foreman may have been robbed by Briggs, I thought it was close but he certainly robbed Axel Schultz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Foreman handpicked his opponents and he was scared of getting battered by Lennox Lewis.

    Foreman may have been robbed by Briggs, I thought it was close but he certainly robbed Axel Schultz.
    Get outta here with that, Master!

    The man is a legend n even called out a prime Mike Tyson.

    He had his limitations in his comeback but he still an intimating and inspirational force of nature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Foreman handpicked his opponents and he was scared of getting battered by Lennox Lewis.

    Foreman may have been robbed by Briggs, I thought it was close but he certainly robbed Axel Schultz.
    Spot on Shultz was robbed blind. Foreman was smart in the comeback, he found a network nitch and maxed charisma. He rode that half laughing and half curious boom boom train for everything it had . All chuckles aside we have a heavyweight champion today calling himself bronze bomber who cannot come close to matching Foreman's competition...and that's only Georges 'comeback' competition. He also proved to have all his faculties when he wanted nothing to do with Lewis

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Foreman handpicked his opponents and he was scared of getting battered by Lennox Lewis.

    Foreman may have been robbed by Briggs, I thought it was close but he certainly robbed Axel Schultz.
    Get outta here with that, Master!

    The man is a legend n even called out a prime Mike Tyson.

    He had his limitations in his comeback but he still an intimating and inspirational force of nature.
    get real and see some daylight. He was an old force of nature. Do not jazz it up to be something that it was not.
    Last edited by Master; 12-20-2015 at 12:40 AM.
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