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    Default Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    At the close of a very trying ninth round, a visibly tired Ali went back to his corner, and told his trainer: "Man, this is the closest I've ever been to dying."

    At the end of Round 10 Ali said to Angelo Dundee:
    "He's too strong. I'm done. It's like Death." Dundee and Brown forcibly lifted Ali off his stool and shoved him out into the ring for Round 11. Guess what, that is a DQ. Frazier won right there.

    "I'm through, Herb."
    At the end of the 14th Round, on his stool, Ali nearly blacked out, then vehemently Ali ordered cornerman Herbert Muhammad to cut his gloves off, saying he was through, an order ignored by his trainer and seconds. Ali would later claim that this was the closest to dying he had ever been.

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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    you just learnt that?
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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    Quote Originally Posted by NVSemin View Post
    you just learnt that?
    By Jesus, no.

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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    Bill Paxtom will be fuming if he sees this.
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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    The 'Triple B' Theory,

    I believe Mr. Brockton-Block-Bust is correct el mundo.

    Once a 'fighter/clown' is lifted off his stool by his handlers, technically he is DQ'd.

    The Professional is not be touched, once the 'Bell' sounding the Round begins.

    We all know, that a 'Clown-is-on-his-Own' once the Bell rings.

    My new record for Muhammad Ali will indicate a Loss by 'DQ' in 11 as of right now.
    Last edited by Bill Paxtom; 04-07-2015 at 06:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    At the close of a very trying ninth round, a visibly tired Ali went back to his corner, and told his trainer: "Man, this is the closest I've ever been to dying."

    At the end of Round 10 Ali said to Angelo Dundee:
    "He's too strong. I'm done. It's like Death." Dundee and Brown forcibly lifted Ali off his stool and shoved him out into the ring for Round 11. Guess what, that is a DQ. Frazier won right there.

    "I'm through, Herb."
    At the end of the 14th Round, on his stool, Ali nearly blacked out, then vehemently Ali ordered cornerman Herbert Muhammad to cut his gloves off, saying he was through, an order ignored by his trainer and seconds. Ali would later claim that this was the closest to dying he had ever been.
    You don't know shit about boxing.

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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    That fight was simply not that close and I was a crazed Frazier fan. I watched it live when it happened and that fight had a lttle drama at the end and that was it. I've always wondered why it has been given the space it has. The scores were 166-160, 166-162 and 167-162 all for Ali and thats the fight I watched.

    I feel a lot worse for Robinson in the Maxim fight

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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    Quote Originally Posted by corvette View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    At the close of a very trying ninth round, a visibly tired Ali went back to his corner, and told his trainer: "Man, this is the closest I've ever been to dying."

    At the end of Round 10 Ali said to Angelo Dundee:
    "He's too strong. I'm done. It's like Death." Dundee and Brown forcibly lifted Ali off his stool and shoved him out into the ring for Round 11. Guess what, that is a DQ. Frazier won right there.

    "I'm through, Herb."
    At the end of the 14th Round, on his stool, Ali nearly blacked out, then vehemently Ali ordered cornerman Herbert Muhammad to cut his gloves off, saying he was through, an order ignored by his trainer and seconds. Ali would later claim that this was the closest to dying he had ever been.
    You don't know shit about boxing.
    What a lovely individual you turned out to be. Meeting face to face would be such a charming and sophisticated experience for me. Could you suggest any good books for me to read? I mean real books, not books you might hallucinate exist.

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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by corvette View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    At the close of a very trying ninth round, a visibly tired Ali went back to his corner, and told his trainer: "Man, this is the closest I've ever been to dying."

    At the end of Round 10 Ali said to Angelo Dundee:
    "He's too strong. I'm done. It's like Death." Dundee and Brown forcibly lifted Ali off his stool and shoved him out into the ring for Round 11. Guess what, that is a DQ. Frazier won right there.

    "I'm through, Herb."
    At the end of the 14th Round, on his stool, Ali nearly blacked out, then vehemently Ali ordered cornerman Herbert Muhammad to cut his gloves off, saying he was through, an order ignored by his trainer and seconds. Ali would later claim that this was the closest to dying he had ever been.
    You don't know shit about boxing.
    What a lovely individual you turned out to be. Meeting face to face would be such a charming and sophisticated experience for me. Could you suggest any good books for me to read? I mean real books, not books you might hallucinate exist.
    try the quaran....that's my favorite fiction literary work.

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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    Quote Originally Posted by corvette View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by corvette View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    At the close of a very trying ninth round, a visibly tired Ali went back to his corner, and told his trainer: "Man, this is the closest I've ever been to dying."

    At the end of Round 10 Ali said to Angelo Dundee:
    "He's too strong. I'm done. It's like Death." Dundee and Brown forcibly lifted Ali off his stool and shoved him out into the ring for Round 11. Guess what, that is a DQ. Frazier won right there.

    "I'm through, Herb."
    At the end of the 14th Round, on his stool, Ali nearly blacked out, then vehemently Ali ordered cornerman Herbert Muhammad to cut his gloves off, saying he was through, an order ignored by his trainer and seconds. Ali would later claim that this was the closest to dying he had ever been.
    You don't know shit about boxing.
    What a lovely individual you turned out to be. Meeting face to face would be such a charming and sophisticated experience for me. Could you suggest any good books for me to read? I mean real books, not books you might hallucinate exist.
    try the quaran....that's my favorite fiction literary work.
    the "quaran"? Never heard of that book. I think you mean the "Qur 'an", and YES you've said something right (finally!), it IS a work of fiction.

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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by corvette View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by corvette View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    At the close of a very trying ninth round, a visibly tired Ali went back to his corner, and told his trainer: "Man, this is the closest I've ever been to dying."

    At the end of Round 10 Ali said to Angelo Dundee:
    "He's too strong. I'm done. It's like Death." Dundee and Brown forcibly lifted Ali off his stool and shoved him out into the ring for Round 11. Guess what, that is a DQ. Frazier won right there.

    "I'm through, Herb."
    At the end of the 14th Round, on his stool, Ali nearly blacked out, then vehemently Ali ordered cornerman Herbert Muhammad to cut his gloves off, saying he was through, an order ignored by his trainer and seconds. Ali would later claim that this was the closest to dying he had ever been.
    You don't know shit about boxing.
    What a lovely individual you turned out to be. Meeting face to face would be such a charming and sophisticated experience for me. Could you suggest any good books for me to read? I mean real books, not books you might hallucinate exist.
    try the quaran....that's my favorite fiction literary work.
    the "quaran"? Never heard of that book. I think you mean the "Qur 'an", and YES you've said something right (finally!), it IS a work of fiction.
    still waiting for you to say something right.
    this thread says it all about you.

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    Default Re: Muhammad Ali technically LOST The Thrilla In Manila

    ~ Correct Scorecards thru 14 Rounds ~
    __________________________________________________ ___

    * Referee - Carlos Padilla ..... 66-60 > {10-4-0 in Rounds}

    * Judge - Larry Nadayag ...... 66-62 > {8-4-2 in Rounds}

    * Judge - Alfredo Qutazon ... 67-62 > {8-3-3 in Rounds}

    * Associated Press .............. 63-63 > {7-7-0 in Rounds}
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Rounds '5' and '10' were very close, and both could have easily been called 'Even'.

    Muhammad Ali did come on in Round 11, but had 'help' from his corner in getting off the stool
    at the beginning of the Round.

    Grounds for 'Disqualification'.

    Joe Frazier did come back strong during the first-half of Round 12, but started to fade over
    the last-minute. Muhammad came on late to 'Even-Out' the Round,

    Muhammad Ali had a solid Round 13, as Joe could hardly see and had an injured arm.

    Muhammad Ali had a 'big' Round 14, as Joe was hampered by poor vision, and exhaustion.
    Last edited by Bill Paxtom; 04-08-2015 at 04:57 AM.

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    Ali kicked Frazier's ass in 13 & 14. But the fight ended in 11/12 when Ali refused to go out at the bell and they pushed him into the ring.

    FRAZIER KO 12

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    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Ali kicked Frazier's ass in 13 & 14. But the fight ended in 11/12 when Ali refused to go out at the bell and they pushed him into the ring.

    FRAZIER KO 12

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    We love you Adam. :-).
    'Triple B'

    The boxing record archives have now been corrected.

    The result is now registered {and certified} as a win for Joe Frazier by {W Disq. 11}

    It will also show a {Loss} by L Disq. 11 for Muhammad Ali.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brocktonblockbust View Post
    Ali kicked Frazier's ass in 13 & 14. But the fight ended in 11/12 when Ali refused to go out at the bell and they pushed him into the ring.

    FRAZIER KO 12

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    We love you Adam. :-).
    What do you want?...
    I can't be bothered to read this thread so please summarise the point you're trying to make to me?

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