Gonzo the Dragonborn
Both the posts below were penned by yours trulyPosted June 25, 2013 3:11 pm
Lol Brother Ernie. Your hatred for Tark is as strong as the erection in my pants the first time thine eyes caught glimpse of a young Tera Patrick performing her oral skills on that lithe flaxen-haired sex machine Randy WestPosted June 25, 2013 3:09 pm
Screw off creep.Posted June 25, 2013 5:22 am
Gonzo… Paulie tackled Broner’s leg… Illegal as HELL… Broner was only try to free his leg from Paulie’s grasp.Posted June 24, 2013 10:19 pm
Gonzo the Dragonborn
I don’t think Patrick realizes who I am brother Mongrel. He must be new round these parts. lol.
Patrick.. First and foremost, are you an Irish? Now let brother Gonzo just clarify that he has nothing against the drunken Irish sausage-fingered hobbit people at all. In fact, he’s rather fond of them. However, if you happen to be one of those ‘Irish-Americans’ ie. you know someone whose uncPosted June 24, 2013 7:23 pm
Haimat…, Of course he’s a world class welterweight.. He’s a World Champion at that weight so how much more World Class can you get???
I’m not saying Matthysse of somebody super won’t kick his tail… Right now he’s in the thick of the soup so we’ll find out just how good he is. I think he’ll do well. If he fights a rematch with Paulie I believe he’ll destroy him. This was a weight adjustment fight… Two divisions worth … But it wan’t as close as 2 of the scorecards. I had it 117-111. Broner was pretty dominant and Paulie took some hellacious shots. He was beatn up. You couldn’t tell Broner was in a fight.Posted June 24, 2013 2:25 pm
When you keep on ranting about Broner jumping 2 weights I think everyone is forgetting about a genuine all time great who did it, not only winning 3 titles but going from featherweight to welterweight, when the weights were genuine increases, with no inbetween bogus titles, WHO? Henry Armstrong of course, check his record out, that was a genuine champion, with no trash talk or insults, just brilliant fighting.Posted June 24, 2013 10:49 am
Mongrel’s posts are both hilarious and accurate. Also LOL @ Proud African. Always LOL @ Proud African, the maniac.Posted June 24, 2013 9:35 am
Ox Baker – you’re an idiot.Posted June 24, 2013 7:54 am
Of course, depending on the definition of World class, if Devon Alexander and Paulie are considered world class then sure, Broner is too, even though Alexander is a better boxer, but if we’re talking top 3 at the weight. Not happening.Posted June 24, 2013 6:47 am
TARK, you obviously have zero respect for Paulie. Do you honestly feel that Broner is a world class Welter? I think he’ll do well at lightweight and eventually maybe at 140 if he learns some basic footwork but he’ll never be a world class welterweight in my book.Posted June 24, 2013 6:44 am
Italian is a nationality not an ethnicity so yes.
You could say he punched Broner in his fat Yank nose.
It`s not like I called him a wop or a greaseball, I jjust called him Italian, which he is.Posted June 24, 2013 4:00 am
Pipsqueak, YES! Lucas would destroy Broner. Broner would have the Michael Grant/Jeff Lacy complex after that fight and never be the same.Posted June 23, 2013 10:39 pm
uh-uh. Broner nailed that boy in his little Italian pecker, and it isn`t like he didn`t have form, he hit him low the round below.
Australia and the British Lions managed hundreds of similar tackles in the rugby at the weekend without pecker-kicking eachother.
Now I see why they call him the “Problem”. He`s a lemon-squeezer. He manhandles the meat.Posted June 23, 2013 9:35 pm
can lucas m have the skill to beat broner. he has the power.Posted June 23, 2013 9:00 pm
Broner didn’t “kick” Broner …. Watch the fight… Malignaggi grabbed Broner around his leg and lifted it up.. Broner was trying to free his leg from Malignaggi’s illegal tackle. It wasn’t a kick.Posted June 23, 2013 8:49 pm
He can try. But I’ll call BS if it’s just bias against Broner the person that fuels his argument.Posted June 23, 2013 7:58 pm
Oh no Patrick, I fear Gonzo is preparing a verbal lashing for you, of the kind that will turn your buttocks infra-redPosted June 23, 2013 7:43 pm
“Total hype” isn’t a three-weight champ, and undefeated in 27 fights (22 by KO) as a pro at only 23 years old. JFC, can’t you guys just enjoy these young talents while they last instead discrediting their every accomplishment?Posted June 23, 2013 7:40 pm
Gonzo buddy, do you watch boxing often? 1. Paulie is only 32, and far from washed up. 2. Give Paulie credit, not many can compete at his level with his lack of power — so that tells you he knows his way around a ring. 3. There was no one else available for Broner to fight at this period of time — late spring/early summer. So you can’t blame Broner for pumping up his resume to bolster future negotiations. You may not like Broner outside the ring, but it’s impossible to deny the guy has serious talent/potential inside the ring.Posted June 23, 2013 7:31 pm
Let me state right from the start I’m not a fan of either fighter. Bronner is total hype & Paulie probably couldn’t most of the commentators on this page.At 147 Paulie is a very sharp defensive fighter, one who provides very little suspense beyond reaching the end of the fight without getting tagged. Broner at 147 is to small against any top notch 147 pounder with any power. I think Maythesse, maindana, Garica, & hell even Victor Ortise would stop him in the middle rounds. As for speed Malinaggi showed Broners limitations there alsoPosted June 23, 2013 7:08 pm
i think its stupid to say that he didnt bring the power with him to the 147 level…its only 7 pounds hahaPosted June 23, 2013 6:53 pm
Gonzo the Dragonborn
Thanks Patrick. I’ve taken that on board, mulled it over for a second or two and decided to wipe my ass with it and wash it down the Can.
It was a blatant a cherry pick, by a boiled down welterweight of an aged way past his best natural junior-welterweight paper champion who couldn’t crack an egg with a sledgehammer in his wildest rage.
Like I said, nothing but smoke and mirrors.Posted June 23, 2013 6:39 pm
Geeze people! Many/most of the greats had “questionable fights” on their way up. Malignaggi, while not a power puncher, is a very accomplished and durable fighter — he’s certainly no bum. Plus, again, Broner did jump two divisions — not something many fighters do. While we all like to analyze and speculate, let’s view more data (a few more fights) before we decide whether or not Broner is “all hype.” In the meantime, keep opinions of his character from distorting his abilities/accomplishments inside the ring.Posted June 23, 2013 5:34 pm
Squared-Circle (a.k.a. LionKing)
Hidalgo, Spartacus 65 & Mayweather86 are right on the money with their scoring and analysis. I watched the fight three times and came away with same result each time:
In addition, Broner should’ve been penalized for kneeing/kicking in the ring and some of his other dirty tactics. With a one point deduction, I come out with a score of 115-112 for PM. I’m being 100% honest and objective with my scoring and analysis.
Peace and strength to you, brother Spartacus 65.Posted June 23, 2013 4:49 pm
Yet, keep in mind, Broner jumped TWO divisions to beat a slick, veteran fighter. Never an easy task, especially, for such a young (23 year-old) fighter.Posted June 23, 2013 4:38 pm
Even though I had Broner winning the fight, Pauli set the blue print ob how to beat himPosted June 23, 2013 4:12 pm
Gonzo the Dragonborn
Edit> a guy who lostPosted June 23, 2013 4:07 pm
Another thing to note: If Broner would have blown out Malignaggi, Broner’s critics would have then stated Malignaggi was a crappy, over-rated fighter. But with this competitive fight, now they state Broner himself is over-rated. Damned if he do, damned if he don’t.Posted June 23, 2013 3:24 pm
Interesting that some are now judging Broner’s power by this fight with Malignaggi. Like Malignaggi is a fighter who is easy to put down/stop.Posted June 23, 2013 3:19 pm
The was absolutely no controversy in last night’s fight. Broner clearly won by landing the more accurate and effective punches. Malignaggi landed a lot of mosquito type punches that were neither powerful or effective. He belongs in the amateurs. The big reason for the upset fans crying out is because they are all Broner haters. They judge the fight from an emotional point rather than a rational point, which is natural, but it’s not accurate. Mot Malignaggi fans were seeing what they wanted to see instead of what was actually happening. I have always been high on Broner, and last night, he fought a very calculated fight that was impressive. He had better defense, power, boxing, movement and inside fighting than Mlignaggie. No controversy here. Broner won just about every round if you correctly score it a a professional boxing match and not an amateur match.Posted June 23, 2013 2:58 pm
I SAW a 12 Round SHUTOUT but knew It would be a split because of some HOMETOWN COOKING for Paulie but At the end of day SKILLS and POWER are better than MISSED flurries and pitty pat SLAPS. I remain the GREATEST fight prophet ever born!!!Posted June 23, 2013 2:51 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
Well said…Posted June 23, 2013 2:28 pm
Gonzo the Dragonborn
BY8GHY;OINPosted June 23, 2013 2:05 pm
Broner is the next Floyd Mayweather. He moved up in weight and still won.Posted June 23, 2013 1:39 pm
Bronner got exposed last night for the hype he is. Mayweather my ass! I’ve never seen Floyd lose 3 rds in a row looking average and lost in the ring. Anyways I will be my house that with almost 40 years old Juama Manuel Mequez will beat his ass! At 147 Bronner has no power, none, zero, nada!Posted June 23, 2013 1:31 pm
I don’t like Broner’s antics. He’s got a lot of growing up to. Too bad his pops is right there egging him on….Posted June 23, 2013 1:14 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
I appreciate the poster who stated Wilfred Benitez was the first to become a three time world champ by the age of 23…Posted June 23, 2013 1:04 pm
Good article! I only hope Hymen doesn’t take Paulie’s commentating position away!!!!Posted June 23, 2013 1:02 pm
i dont like broner but must adlmit that he clearly won the fight yday even if he was very disappointing and not impressivePosted June 23, 2013 12:44 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
osy-Great post, lmao!…Posted June 23, 2013 11:58 am
It’s Me, Ernie
CORRECTAMUNDO is a stud…Posted June 23, 2013 11:45 am
SKILLS is more important than being acclimated to a certain weight as we saw last night!!!! CORRECTAMUNDO was CORRECT yet again!!!!Posted June 23, 2013 11:44 am
NOO Khan v Broner, its a match they think they would win, n hey maybe they would, but not before Khan had bashed Broner around some, n Imo, broner wouldnt get to khans chin as easy as some may think! just like they thought he would KO Paulie! n it would be easy, in facc I think there is a strong chance Khan would Ko Broner, then what would they say, considering Khan is a bit of a laughing stock in the usa.. bring on Khan!!!!!!!!Posted June 23, 2013 11:25 am
The ref should have taken points from Broner on at least two occasions. It seems to me that some of the so-called judges and some refs need to be re-trained or let go. What some people are forgetting is that Paulie out-landed Broner although they were weak punches. I doubt that we’ll see Broner in a fight with a dangerous opponent. He’ll be protected as some others are (Chavez Jr.) until he’s replaced by a newer prospect.Posted June 23, 2013 11:17 am
This kid broner don’t deserve none of this the hype nothing he’s a made up star who shoulder rolled you into liking him, khan,maidana,Lucas,Berto, Guerrero , have fought harder opposition and they don’t blow them up, again not to down Floyd but this is the first risk he’s took in years, broner going that same route.Posted June 23, 2013 10:29 am
I want to call out 2 things. First, Jim Gray(Showtime commentator), when did it become bad or suspect to call out an injustice? Why hinder that? Shame on you Jim for trying to put your foot on the neck of injustice to shut it up!! Paulie was right on when he called that out. This issue in today’s world is that we dot have too many like Paulie calling the injustices out! Second and lastly, enough of the BS with Adrien Broner. He thinks he’s unstoppable and totally disrespectful. Time to bring him back to reality. Forget tender chin Amir Khan. Time to bring in Lucas Mathysse! Lets see how much of a show boat Broner is when he gets popped solid and short circuits…..Mathysse-Broner!!!!!Posted June 23, 2013 10:26 am
Paulie didnt win but 9-3 is a streccchhh.Posted June 23, 2013 10:10 am
I agree but what did Broner do the first couple rounds? Average 9 hard punches. They were crappy rounds that Pauile won.Posted June 23, 2013 10:09 am
Paulie just flurried the first couple of rds thats it… Not enuff to win a fightPosted June 23, 2013 10:02 am
By Home I mean him loves riding espn hype jobs. hes not very objective in his assessments.Posted June 23, 2013 9:54 am
I want broner v khan!
Here ‘s the problem with 117-111….that’s 9 rounds to 3. You had to score at least a couple of the first four rounds to Paulie just based on activity. So then he got basically shut out the rest of the fight? Thats a little hard to believe. There were about 3 or 4 coin flip rounds after that. Paulie lost but 117-111 is a stretch. And Dan Raphael is a home fighter crotch caddie.Posted June 23, 2013 9:51 am
Malignaggi won a few rounds early — but he seemed gassed by the middle rounds and had no snap in his punches.
Broner looked mentally weak in many spots — as the author suggests — with his weird antics during the breaks, his weird punches thrown in frustration, and other weird behavior.
It is true that if the ref took away a point, this might have been very controversial — but I am glad that did not happen.
Malignaggi did not have enough snap in his punches to earn respect and push Broner backwards — so Broner won. Very simple.
Malignaggi showed heart and a good chin — so Broner may be over-rated — but Broner still won the fight. I don’t think it was controversial.
My guess is that Broner will fight at 140 and come in heavy — pay the fine — and use a size advantage to keep winning because his power seems way overrated. But he still beat Malignaggi.Posted June 23, 2013 9:22 am