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    Default Re: Are we boxing fans supposed to take this shit seriously?

    Far better showing than Wilder v Stivern.

    At at least GSP almost killed Bisping. Wilder just made Stivern sit down.

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    Default Re: Are we boxing fans supposed to take this shit seriously?

    Take what seriously?

    I don't get it, I've never heard of either of them, I've just checked BoxRec to see if either of them may have been a boxer that I should know about.

    Was this a big fight or something?

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    We were told we had to take Floyd v Conor seriously.
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    Default Re: Are we boxing fans supposed to take this shit seriously?

    I dunno, guy comes back after 4 years away to go up in weight and beats champ . Do they even have catch weights in mma?

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    Bisping wasn’t really champ, he’s had the belt like 2 years without fighting anyone under 65 years old or ranked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    I dunno, guy comes back after 4 years away to go up in weight and beats champ . Do they even have catch weights in mma?
    Darren Till vs GSP vs Conor McGregor....I think Till being the youngster has to play the waiting game but IMO he mops the floor with both of them.
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    GSP has serious roid tummy.

    Dan Henderson destroyed mike twice but was robbed on last decision.

    Doubt it whether GSP stays at middleweight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    GSP has serious roid tummy.

    Dan Henderson destroyed mike twice but was robbed on last decision.

    Doubt it whether GSP stays at middleweight.
    Roids don't give you big guts that's HGH.



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    A thread started to encourage "boxing" fans to bash the UFC creates friendly discussion between a bunch of UFC fans... the irony.
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    Why is it not on the ghost town MMA board though? :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    A thread started to encourage "boxing" fans to bash the UFC creates friendly discussion between a bunch of UFC fans... the irony.
    I didn't USE to enjoy MMA, but because of boxing not being willing to address the RAMPANT corruption inherent in the sport AND the refusal of fighters to make the big fights happen boxing will continue to bleed out fans.


    The UFC is a growing brand, boxing is withering on the vine right now because big fights aren't happening and MMA fans (which I certainly don't consider myself a true diehard of the sport) could even claim Floyd Mayweather Jr got his biggest payday and one of his tougher fights from an MMA fighter. That is NOT GOOD for boxing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    A thread started to encourage "boxing" fans to bash the UFC creates friendly discussion between a bunch of UFC fans... the irony.
    I didn't USE to enjoy MMA, but because of boxing not being willing to address the RAMPANT corruption inherent in the sport AND the refusal of fighters to make the big fights happen boxing will continue to bleed out fans.


    The UFC is a growing brand, boxing is withering on the vine right now because big fights aren't happening and MMA fans (which I certainly don't consider myself a true diehard of the sport) could even claim Floyd Mayweather Jr got his biggest payday and one of his tougher fights from an MMA fighter. That is NOT GOOD for boxing.
    What a stupid thing to say. "Withering on the vine"?

    What you mean is that there are no American superstars involved in big fights.


    GGG - Canelo ..pretty big fight

    Rigo -Loma...wtf is not to like about that one?

    Joshua and Wilder heading towards a HW mahoosive fight

    Hell even Wlad v AJ was the most fan friendly HW fight in years. Casuals and boxing fans alike would have loved that.

    Maybe you should go an watch your Wrasslin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    A thread started to encourage "boxing" fans to bash the UFC creates friendly discussion between a bunch of UFC fans... the irony.
    I didn't USE to enjoy MMA, but because of boxing not being willing to address the RAMPANT corruption inherent in the sport AND the refusal of fighters to make the big fights happen boxing will continue to bleed out fans.


    The UFC is a growing brand, boxing is withering on the vine right now because big fights aren't happening and MMA fans (which I certainly don't consider myself a true diehard of the sport) could even claim Floyd Mayweather Jr got his biggest payday and one of his tougher fights from an MMA fighter. That is NOT GOOD for boxing.
    What a stupid thing to say. "Withering on the vine"?

    What you mean is that there are no American superstars involved in big fights.


    GGG - Canelo ..pretty big fight

    Rigo -Loma...wtf is not to like about that one?

    Joshua and Wilder heading towards a HW mahoosive fight

    Hell even Wlad v AJ was the most fan friendly HW fight in years. Casuals and boxing fans alike would have loved that.

    Maybe you should go an watch your Wrasslin
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by El Kabong View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    A thread started to encourage "boxing" fans to bash the UFC creates friendly discussion between a bunch of UFC fans... the irony.
    I didn't USE to enjoy MMA, but because of boxing not being willing to address the RAMPANT corruption inherent in the sport AND the refusal of fighters to make the big fights happen boxing will continue to bleed out fans.


    The UFC is a growing brand, boxing is withering on the vine right now because big fights aren't happening and MMA fans (which I certainly don't consider myself a true diehard of the sport) could even claim Floyd Mayweather Jr got his biggest payday and one of his tougher fights from an MMA fighter. That is NOT GOOD for boxing.
    What a stupid thing to say. "Withering on the vine"?

    What you mean is that there are no American superstars involved in big fights.


    GGG - Canelo ..pretty big fight

    Rigo -Loma...wtf is not to like about that one?

    Joshua and Wilder heading towards a HW mahoosive fight

    Hell even Wlad v AJ was the most fan friendly HW fight in years. Casuals and boxing fans alike would have loved that.

    Maybe you should go an watch your Wrasslin
    My fault, sorry I posted anything at all....carry on Beanz
    Bloody hell..stop being so hyper sensitive.

    Do you really think boxing is in that bad a shape?
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