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Offline OldLarsy

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O.P. « 2009-Feb-04, 10:26 PM »
Did anyone see the way Shannon Taylor carried on in the press conference?
Many might think Mundine is a tool, but Taylor takes the cake imo
« Last Edit: 2010-Jun-30, 11:20 PM by MagiC~* »

Offline wily ole dog

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« 2009-Feb-05, 06:44 AM Reply #1 »
Didn't see it Lars.

I was a huge Taylor fan but he's a decade past his best and never fullfilled hi potential.
Mundine will tag him early and that will be the end of the section :sad:

Offline Da Judge

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« 2009-Feb-05, 08:54 AM Reply #2 »
the white powder stopped him from reaching his potential
mundine digs them up doesn't he?

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« 2009-Feb-05, 09:01 AM Reply #3 »
When are they fighting ..... will be another disappointing Mundine match.

When will he take on a boxer who can actually hold his hands up  :what:

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« 2009-Feb-05, 09:04 AM Reply #4 »
Mundine has turned into an embarrassment.

It's his perogative to fight whoever he wants and if he want to make good money fighting Australian has beens and second raters so be it.

But please dont at the same time keep talking about being a world champion and talking about what a great athlete he is.

Physically he is brave and strong, mentally he is a huge coward.

 

Offline gratlog

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« 2009-Feb-05, 08:20 PM Reply #5 »
They tell me he has a made a fortune out of these Pay to view fights. Must have some brains or a clever manager.

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« 2009-Feb-05, 08:21 PM Reply #6 »
the white powder stopped him from reaching his potential

Indeed it did but even before that he got screwed over by bill Mordey & kostya

it could have been a heap different for Shannon but he fail to adjust........perhaps understandably

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« 2009-Feb-10, 12:38 PM Reply #7 »
Now Mundine has coaxed 35 year old Danny Green out of retirement to fight him again.

Mundine left Rugby League achieving bugger all and annoiting himself a champion and looks like he is going to do the same thing in boxing.

Pity he didnt have the balls to take on the world instead of just talking aboout it.

Offline Sporty

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« 2009-Feb-10, 07:42 PM Reply #8 »
Regardless whatever you like him or not...he as brought Australian boxing back on the map again...

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« 2009-Feb-10, 07:48 PM Reply #9 »
When are they fighting ..... will be another disappointing Mundine match.

When will he take on a boxer who can actually hold his hands up  :what:


Well what do they say Magic....place your horses in the weakest of company....and your self in the best of company...

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« 2009-Feb-10, 10:14 PM Reply #10 »
Hes' going to fight Green at Light Heavyweight.

However, there is no Substitute for Speed.
If Ya dont get hit, Ya dont lose.

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« 2009-Feb-10, 11:54 PM Reply #11 »
Regardless whatever you like him or not...he as brought Australian boxing back on the map again...

Mundine certainly created huge interest in his first couple of years culminating in the Green fight. I dont think anyone cares now. Mundine's speed and fitness makes him probably just below the very best in the world, but by fighting every has been in Australia he is/has become an embarrassment and a waste of talent. If he really is in it just for the money he pulls on pay per view then he is less of a man then i thought he was.
Does anyone really want to see Green v Mundine 2? The first was such an anticlimax, even as i type this i know I'll be sucked in to watch it again, just in case it offers something. Bit like the last 8 or so Tyson fights, they were terrible, but i kept coming back, just in case.......

Vic Darchinyan now there's a great fighter. Be good to see him get the Pacquiao fight, cant see him winning but should be good viewing. Not sure the fight will happen anyway. Cant wait for May 2nd, Pacquiao v Hatton!! My head says the Filipino, but...................I have a strong feeling that Hatton can stop him in the 9th or 10th through his body blows.

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« 2009-Feb-11, 03:50 AM Reply #12 »
Agree Chalky.  Pacman will kill Vic I fear .... but the Hitman?  .... could be a beauty. 

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« 2009-Feb-11, 07:07 AM Reply #13 »
Surely we cannot knock Mundine just because he found a legal way to make heaps of money.

No one force people to pay the money to watch it.

Good on him I say  emthup

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« 2009-Feb-11, 07:12 AM Reply #14 »
No one is bagging Mundine for making money. 

I am bagging him for carrying on like he is the king of the world and claiming he is the ultimate fighter while fighting geriatric Australian has beens.


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« 2009-Feb-11, 08:28 AM Reply #15 »
6 0r 7 years ago it would have been a good fight.   taylor is finished when is mundine guna fight someone in form?  everytime he does, he gets beat

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« 2009-Feb-11, 10:30 AM Reply #16 »
Mundine is a Coward,  the man  please   more like the PUSS :slaphead: :slaphead:

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« 2009-Feb-11, 10:32 AM Reply #17 »
  wHEN IS THIS pretender GOING TO FIGHT overseas again so
we can all cheer when he gets knocked OUT COLD,
Cmon Anthony Stop the rot

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« 2009-Feb-11, 10:37 AM Reply #18 »
Surely we cannot knock Mundine just because he found a legal way to make heaps of money.

No one force people to pay the money to watch it.

Good on him I say  emthup

Not knocking him for making money, but surely there must come a time when he challenges himself against some better fighters. How can any one take him seriously when he drags out blokes like Taylor? If he believes he is as good as he says he is, then why not try and prove it? If he continues on like this I'm sure when he retires he will have many regrets. Money cant buy you respect.

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« 2009-Feb-11, 10:41 AM Reply #19 »
hes smarter than i gave him credit for,hes an average boxer making sensational money.will never get the picture of him being knocked out by sven ottke out of my mind,if that isn't the softest punch to deliver a knockout in the history of boxing,i will be surprised,to me you could see he wasn't hurt by it,but showed what hes made of,a cream puff

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« 2009-Feb-11, 10:54 AM Reply #20 »
I think a lot of people mistake Anthony as a boxer where as he is a entertainer who is making heaps of money.

He is so similar to the Pro wrestling it is'nt funny.

good luck to him and while punters are silly enough to pay to watch him, I say well done  emthup

Offline OldLarsy

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« 2009-Feb-11, 10:58 AM Reply #21 »
He is so similar to the Pro wrestling it is'nt funny.

 :what:

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« 2009-Feb-11, 01:34 PM Reply #22 »
Pro wrestler's take much bigger risks of injury than Mundine does.

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« 2009-Feb-11, 04:01 PM Reply #23 »
I think a lot of people mistake Anthony as a boxer where as he is a entertainer who is making heaps of money.

He is so similar to the Pro wrestling it is'nt funny.

good luck to him and while punters are silly enough to pay to watch him, I say well done  emthup


Grats...why would he want to go overseas and fight...his got a monoply on boxing here in this country which we all know  he is the most hated boxer here... people  are going to pay to see him get beat ...like this fight tonite ..& which he is  fighting a wash up bum...no doubt a mismatch of all times....but people will be still praying Taylor can pull a rabbit out of his arse.....its good viewing mate...$$$$$$$$$$$...he is very well managed....  :noteworthy:

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« 2009-Feb-11, 04:12 PM Reply #24 »
hes smarter than i gave him credit for,hes an average boxer making sensational money.will never get the picture of him being knocked out by sven ottke out of my mind,if that isn't the softest punch to deliver a knockout in the history of boxing,i will be surprised,to me you could see he wasn't hurt by it,but showed what hes made of,a cream puff


Yeh and so was that punch from Muhammad Ali....on Sonny Liston... :p


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