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First time ere

Lols Tark…you are a nothing. If you were somebody that has done something you’d post your creds. Instead all you write are worthless ramblings in telling us ‘I told’ ‘If they had of listened’ ‘I woulda’ ‘I coulda’ ‘I was gonna’. You are a worthless piece of big noting nothing drivel reciting coward on the internet lols bar none

Posted April 20, 2014 12:34 am 


Speak for yourself ere… I’ve KO’d ranked fighters and trained champions. You haven’t. You may have accomplished something at a very low level, but you sound like a loser. I’m a winner and only associate with winners.

Your writings are rantings, mine are not… Mine are informative and insightful. However, my posts take a little intelligence to grasp. I don’t post for feeble minded idiots like you. When I say you shouldn’t necessarily bite on everything a “genius” says…that’s because genius’s can be wrong.

Warren Buffett has admitted to being wrong. Of course when Buffett invested 8 billion dollars in BAC I started checking out the Feasibility of the investment — because he’s usually right… however, he can afford to be wrong once in a while so you check it out thoroughly.

Posted April 19, 2014 1:46 am 

First time ere

@ Tark – tark, you are a know nothing guesser. Savon, Futch, Steward etc. names are etched in the record books. The ole ‘I told em’ “I coulda’ ‘they shoulda listened’ are the rantings of a nobody that’s done nothing

Posted April 18, 2014 3:30 am 

First time ere

Cheezb – some pedophiles maintain pedophilia is…does that make it right simply because they think it is?

Posted April 18, 2014 3:27 am 

First time ere

Imitation…I guess if you can’t beat someone in a debate just act like them! ;) lols…very amusing hehe

Posted April 18, 2014 3:25 am 

First time ere

lols…now people are resorting to imitating me because they either can’t counter what argument, or cant prove their own lols

Posted April 18, 2014 3:24 am 


Apology accepted.., And no, I’m not interested in your offer since I love women.

I’m well setup with a beautiful woman 28 years my junior, and she can do anything you do with 20 times the skill.

Posted April 17, 2014 5:30 pm 


ere.., I could give a fk less what you believe… idiot.

Posted April 17, 2014 3:06 am 

First time ere

Tark – trust me, I do not believe what you say. Not one iota. Don’t ever be mistaken by that.

Posted April 17, 2014 1:11 am 

First time ere

Cheezb – re ‘I cannot be wrong about my subjective opinion. It’s impossible (unless I have split personalities or something)’ lols…in the broader context of this argument you are wrong. By telling yourself you are right and trying to foist that upon people that doesn’t by default make you right.

Posted April 17, 2014 1:10 am 

First time ere

Cheezb – you do make it ‘simple’ because your analysis is simple and limited.

Posted April 17, 2014 1:09 am 


@First time ere
Let me try to make this as simple as possible because I think I use words that are a little too big for you (which is clear because your responses show that you haven’t even read most of my posts before you’ve frothed at the mouth and started two-finger typing on your special needs keyboard).

I cannot be wrong about my subjective opinion. It’s impossible (unless I have split personalities or something). I’m telling you I don’t like anchovies on pizza and you’re responding with “Pfft, you’re wrong! Anchovies are great! Are you a world-class pizza chef? What credentials do you have to not like anchovies on pizza!? How dare you claim that removal of anchovies from pizza would result in you and many others (who also don’t like anchovies) buying more pizza!? You’re a know nothing!”

If I find Wlad boring at times, then I find him boring at times. Who are you to sit there like an intellectual dunce telling me that I’m wrong about my own life experience? Who the hell are you to tell me that if Wlad fought more aggressively that I wouldn’t be more excited?

As I said time and time again, nowhere did I say he HAS to change his style to suit me or anyone else. I never ever said it. I simply stated that I would be more excited by him, as would many others, if he did. Does he HAVE to? Of course not and I already wrote this multiple times.

And GTFOH with your dumbass “credentials” rubbish. TARK pointed out his credentials and you dismissed them (and frankly they’re better than half of the boxing writers or commentators out there… and I say this even though I don’t agree with everything TARK says on every topic either). I’ve not said what experience I do or don’t have, but you’ve dismissed it out of hand.
I’m even pretty certain that if one of the pro fighters that comes here occassionally were to appear and have an opinion similar to mine, you’d just arbitrarily say some rubbish like “Pfft, Chauncy Welliver!? You’re just a journeyman, why would i listen to you!?!?”
The point is, credentials don’t matter in the greater scheme of things. A statement is right, if it’s right. If a high school physics student discovers the first step towards the General Theory of Everything, he’s not automatically wrong just because he’s not a Professor of Astrophysics (or by your reasoning, the SMARTEST Professor of Astrophysics in the world).
If only a world champion’s opinion is relevant to you in relation to boxing then go to Wlad’s site and spread your stupidity there, because no article here is written by a world champion fighter (other than the occassional call-out letter or something like that).

About the only potentially valid point you’ve made is to debate whether Klitschko is indeed carrying his opponents or not. Personally, I think he carried Chambers. I get your point that it’s “hard to catch a runner” so to speak, but you’re comparing a generic concept to a specific instance. This is not a fast-footed, bigger Mosley running from Pacquiao.
This is a fast footed, 245lb, 2m tall power puncher chasing a 185cm, 210lb, comparitive midget. Chambers’ defence is very good, but his feet aren’t particularly quick. It was also apparent that Chambers’ bread and butter “lean back” defense was simply ineffective against the reach of Wlad. Wlad could have done more to end that fight sooner.
And for the record, I believe that Chambers knew Wlad wasn’t going full throttle and so did his corner. Pride won’t generally let them admit it (i.e. it’s hard to accept being so thoroughly dominated that your best effort doesn’t match 50% of your opponent’s effort), but they know. It’s really not that difficult to spot in most cases.

As for your assertion that the records show a Wlad win over Povetkin, therefore the clinching was fine… Robert Mugabe officially won the election in Zimbabwe. Doesn’t mean that his tactics for doing it were ethical or even “internationally legal”.
Or a closer to home example… the record books show Bradley holding a win over Pacquiao. No controversy there, huh? It’s offical, afterall!
My issue with that fight is that Wlad would have still won the fight, even without resorting to cheating. And yes, clinching is cheating. It’s against the rules. Just because it isn’t often penalized, doesn’t mean it’s not illegal (i.e. Wlad, Hopkins and many others will never take on a ref that penalizes clinching). Look it up.
It’s the same reason why I really dislike watching just about any Hopkins fights these days. There’s simply too high a likelyhood that he’s going to resort to his “lunging-straight-right + clinch + repeat” strategy.

Anyway, I’m done arguing with you on this topic. Next thing you’ll be telling me that my opinion about my job is wrong or something, so I’m afraid I might inadvertently catch some of your ‘stupid’.

Posted April 16, 2014 11:54 pm 


Because Wladimir is not underestimating Alex Leapai, he should comfortably secure the win.
It is when fighters get careless in their attitude that it has a making of an upset possibility.

Posted April 16, 2014 10:42 pm 


ere… I’m not going to do that because I couldn’t speak frankly about people I know. I don’t speak here with my own voice but TARK’s voice. You don’t have to believe what I say; but if you’re open minded, and I prove to be correct enough times, then you at least know that I know what I’m talking about.

If you take anybody’s word as gospel you have a problem, and you’ll get burned eventually. People need to seek counsel, but they should also make their own decisions. The problem with listening to a trainer or manager 100% of the time, regardless of their advice … is they’re not the ones getting punched.

I’ve been in the game long enough and have retained enough knowledge, that my insights and analysis are pretty damned reliable. You would never learn that because you make prejudicial snap judgments; much like Americans who say the heavyweight division is crap, because Europeans have held all the titles for so long.

Posted April 16, 2014 6:46 pm 

First time ere

Cheezb – re ‘Do you also condone Wlad’s behavior in the Povetkin fight?
You (like many others) form arguments with your heart, not your intellect, and your heart is clearly pushing its way (un-lubed) up Wlad’s bung hole’ who was legitimately deemed to have won the fight between the pair? What do their records say? lol

Posted April 16, 2014 6:18 pm 

First time ere

Cheezb – re ‘Basically, your whole point still revolves around whether Wlad should care what I (and many, many, many, many others) say and I already addressed that, so go beat your head against another post’ who cares what they say. It doesn’t affirm an argument, it just makes them ill informed about boxing. Do you think his opponents, opposing coaches think he is carrying them? Think about this now.

Posted April 16, 2014 6:15 pm 

First time ere

Cheezb – re ‘Your “can’t bomb everyone out” claim is a strawman. Nobody is asking him to “bomb everyone out”, he’s being asked not to “carry opponents”. Carrying an opponent is when the other guy is completely outmatched. It literally means that you could stop the other guy at any point but you don’t.’ if you knew the first or last thing about boxing you’d know that styles make fight. It is incredibly easy to say people are over matched when you are sitting at home on a couch. You still have to touch them and touching chaps in boxing that don’t want to be touched i.e. fighting solely for self preservation sake is not easy. Everyone is the most learned commentator in the world…from a couch. The reality of fighting is much different to the reality of actually doing it…if you get my drift.

Posted April 16, 2014 6:13 pm 

First time ere

Cheezb “Woohoo, bring on the ad-hominems! You know a point stands on it’s own merits regardless of who is saying it’ absolutely not true. If someone without merit – as you have displayed with your fickle argument re Klitschko – tenders a point it does not make it valid. Why would it?

Posted April 16, 2014 6:08 pm 

First time ere

Re ‘Emmanuel Steward said Kelly Pavlik had the perfect style for Jermain Taylor to do well against. That was nonsense. Steward screamed at Lennox Lewis to punch Tyson out early, which was dumb advice. Lewis told reporters, “I didn’t want to do that. Tyson is a dangerous puncher and I wanted to soften him up for a few more rounds.” Tim Bradley is a 10-year pro, and Joel Diaz is a 20-year pro. They brought the wrong game plan for Manny Pacquiao last Saturday’ where do you start with such idiocy on a message board written by a guy named Tark. Great minds don’t always get it right, given they are often pitted against other learned boxing minds. No one man or woman wins everything or gets everything right. That is life and the nature of. Anyone can write anything after the fact…like you worthlessly have. On any given day a man can bring a better plan but if one is to be objective, remove themselves from personalizing everything and making less about how great thou art and how much they know i.e. what you do and instead look at the numbers and facts they will note that the likes of Futch, Steward and Savon did ok in as either trainers or a fighter (Stevenson) and that is bore out in their legacy in the sport. That said! If you have done better post your name and we will draw comparisons. Id love to read about a mistake free flawless career as both a fighter and trainer.

Posted April 16, 2014 6:07 pm 

First time ere

Re ‘@First time ere.., You don’t go by what anyone says just because they have a great reputation in whatever industry’ oh? So we instead go by what you say? Lols! Why? Why on earth would I listen to someone like you above the likes of Futch and Teofilo Stevenson? I talk to dozens if not hundreds of people a year about boxing…some are learned…few are ever as learned as Futch and Stevenson.

Posted April 16, 2014 5:57 pm 


people like heavyweight fights like klitschko v leapai. LMOA.

Posted April 16, 2014 3:19 pm 


Tark, man take it easy. No ‘noble art of self-defence’ for you right?! You seem rotten or you received too many punches in the head during your supposedly pro career. Got hit a punch bagg, jerk off or take a walk in the park. You will feel better. Peace.

Posted April 16, 2014 2:50 pm 


@Cheezb.., good retort.

@First time ere.., You don’t go by what anyone says just because they have a great reputation in whatever industry. You use your own judgment and experience if you have it. If you don’t have it, you get other opinions before you make a decision—let’s say on investments or whatever. People have agendas … and reasons for saying things that you don’t know about.

Emmanuel Steward said Kelly Pavlik had the perfect style for Jermain Taylor to do well against. That was nonsense. Steward screamed at Lennox Lewis to punch Tyson out early, which was dumb advice. Lewis told reporters, “I didn’t want to do that. Tyson is a dangerous puncher and I wanted to soften him up for a few more rounds.” Tim Bradley is a 10-year pro, and Joel Diaz is a 20-year pro. They brought the wrong game plan for Manny Pacquiao last Saturday.

Anyone can be led astray by experts, propaganda, innuendo, emotion, greed, their own stupidity—or just regular everyday bullsh!t coming from the mouths of experts.

Anyway, you’re a dummy… so go screw yourself

Posted April 16, 2014 1:10 pm 


Or they like heavyweight fights like Klitschko-Leapai. It sold out quickly.

Posted April 16, 2014 1:01 pm 


in modern boxing today you have people who watch real fights,and then you have people who watch hw freak shows.

Posted April 16, 2014 11:24 am 

First time ere

So name the fighters you’ve trained? And! Anyone can give advice and recite the story in riding on the coat tails of other peoples greatness…the old ‘I told him’ ‘he shoulda listened’ ‘I knew better’ ‘I advised him’ “I knew I knew better’ are old hat cliches…what Eddie did with his career is etched in the record books…and not because you supposedly gave him some advice but because he walked the walked and talked the talk as his own man.

Posted April 16, 2014 4:23 am 


Ere.. I was an amateur and pro boxer and trained hundreds of boxers. I knew Eddie Futch. Futch was a great trainer who didn’t always have brilliant insights.

He matched Duane Bobick with Ken Norton. I told him that was the dumbest thing in the world because Norton would make him look like a fool. He said Duane had the right style for Norton and his straight right would catch Ken.. “OH BROTHER!” is all I could say. I guess it didn’t make much difference. Duane had 2 left feet and wasn’t going anywhere anyway.

That was almost as dumb as matching Marvis Frazier with Larry Holmes when Marvis had 10 fights … Just because a man’s a great trainer doesn’t mean he understands styles and matchmaking.

Posted April 16, 2014 12:13 am 

First time ere

Cheezb – please tell me you are not comparing yourself to a legitimate commentator on boxing fare?

Re ‘So, on that note… yes, Klistchko carries many of his opponents and it bothers me.’ utter nonsense. Why? Some days as a fighter things work better, little things fighters do off-set your effectiveness. You can’t bomb everyone out and be the best you want to be in every fight. If life were that easy excellence would be the norm…and it’s not.

Re ‘But the point I’m making is that he carries fights for longer than he needs to and it frustrates me as a viewer (and I have a lot of company in this)’ who care! The general consensus is, is that he and his brother are the best HWs of the last decade…from both fighters and trainers alike.

I again make the point…you fight in the way you are comfortable…that gets you over the line…he does exactly that.

You seem to think boxing is solely about exciting fans…Mayweather is not a front foot exciting guy to watch when compared to Maidana…Ortiz…Kirkland…Matthyse…Stevenson…he is a boxer…my point…Klitschko is a boxer and his mantle piece like Mayweathers reflects that…should he change it to be more fan friend for know nothings like you? Of course not…he is a winner and already and a shoe in HOFamer

Posted April 15, 2014 7:28 pm 

First time ere

Re ‘Tyson had rare fighting ability’ you hear such things all the time…you could see it on any given occasion he fought…but you take it as gospel when people such as Futch and Stevens talk…and you take it as absolute rubbish and with utmost skepticism when people such as Tark write…I mean some people are qualified and some people are message board posters…a very big difference.

Tark would you let a butcher tell you about how to fix a cancerous growth on your knee?

Posted April 15, 2014 7:16 pm 

First time ere

Stevens and Futch I should have written ;)

Posted April 15, 2014 7:12 pm 

First time ere

So Tark, post your credentials up against Teofilo Stevens and Eddie Futch. Two men I had the good fortune to sit down with on a number of occasions over the years. While I have boxed since I was 5, traveled the world watching boxing (been to Cuba many, many times) I readily defer to these two men given what they accomplished as either a fighter or trainer. But hey! I am all for reasoned debate so tell me why I should elevate your rhetoric and diatribe re boxing over the experiences and deeds of Savon and Futch?

Posted April 15, 2014 7:12 pm 


Ere says.., “In terms of pure fighting ability Tyson was rare. I heard that from two of the worlds leading trainers.”

LMAO!!! Tyson had rare fighting ability??? You really have to be a freakin’ expert to figure that one out. Wow!

It takes a little more insight to figure out that Buster Douglas was going to kick Tyson’s tail in… or that Evander Holyfield was going to bounce Douglas quickly.

Posted April 15, 2014 4:20 pm 


@First time ere.., “there are those whose pedigree of success qualifies them as people to listen to…you are not one of those people”

So you have the book on me all of a sudden—just because I contradicted your worn out cliché about forgetfulness? … Those possessing a strong memory accumulate more knowledge than foggy folks who can’t retain anything. You wouldn’t know about pedigree if it bit your face off. Your background in Boxing is admittedly weak … and drawing conclusions from one post is stupid.

Posted April 15, 2014 4:07 pm 


in other words he”s boring as fuc#.

Posted April 15, 2014 2:25 pm 


First time ere

Tark – I know a bit about my culture, it’s language, customs…it doesn’t make me an expert. I readily recognize some people know more about boxing then me by the sheer number of years they have boxed and or the number of champions they have trained…are you with me? I can make an evaluation on boxing but am not to big to admit that there are those whose pedigree of success qualifies them as people to listen to…you are not one of those people lols

Posted April 15, 2014 2:38 am

GREAT set up FIRST TIME… And a Killer punch line!

Game, set and the match!

Posted April 15, 2014 12:07 pm 

done dea

The Moment has already almost doubled the sales of Pac vs. Bradley. Arum is just jealous and PBF haters are delirious. GBP and Mayweather promotions run the boxing game right now. That’s not an opinion, it’s fact. Numbers don’t lie.

Posted April 15, 2014 11:34 am 


keep the hw circus rolling.

Posted April 15, 2014 7:50 am 


There was a time when I was a kid in grade school and said, “Damn, I jumped in the ring for million to fight Ali! First punch, I’d lie on the ground.” It was big deal for million dollars. Leapai is having his million dollar moment maybe. Someone might have to pick up off the floor. I would hate to be him if Wlad decides to carry him through the whole fight. That could hurt. That said, everyone loves an underdog. Pulev is the underdog many want to see. Pulev has been waiting quite some time in front of the IBF line.

Posted April 15, 2014 7:08 am 


ah, heres another one “that big dumb lump” thats trash talking at its best!

Posted April 15, 2014 4:54 am 

Edgar Guevara

How about WBC champion. ?

Posted April 15, 2014 4:12 am 


Its a shame that the two common threads here is, #1 by ( Wlad haters) Alex “Another easy hand picked defence” Or #2(pro Wlad) after Wlad destroys this hack who has no right to be in the ring him blah blah ,
How about, well done Alex in between working full time, have zero amateur experience, taking many fights on short, and doing the best with ability, you have been able to gain through hard work( and some luck) a shot a great heavy weight fighter and his title, WELL DONE Alex Leipai, win lose or draw, you’ve already won, congratulations..

Posted April 15, 2014 3:17 am 

First time ere

Tark – I know a bit about my culture, it’s language, customs…it doesn’t make me an expert. I readily recognize some people know more about boxing then me by the sheer number of years they have boxed and or the number of champions they have trained…are you with me? I can make an evaluation on boxing but am not to big to admit that there are those whose pedigree of success qualifies them as people to listen to…you are not one of those people lols

Posted April 15, 2014 2:38 am 


If Wlad wins this fight, then he goes on to his IBF manditory, who is Pulev and that should be in summer or fall 2014 this year. So we get the fight we all want to see in Pulev/Wlad this year. Okay. Yes.

Posted April 15, 2014 2:30 am 


Another one bites the dust. Wlad by ko. Atg heavy

Posted April 15, 2014 1:16 am 


…. “Wladimir Klitschko will get knocked out by Leapai. Wlad is distracted by events in Ukraine, has been domesticated by Hayden Panitierre and is 38 years old. Leapai has nothing to lose and everything to gain, crude style or not.”

Everybody has personal issues.

Jack Dempsey.., “I got word that my brother shot his wife dead. She was the most gracious and most beautiful woman I’ve ever met in my life. I never liked anyone more. Then my brother shot himself dead… It was 62 hours before the Jack Sharkey fight.”

Posted April 15, 2014 12:06 am 


First time ere.., “Two chaps that have forgotten more about boxing than you’ve ever learned.”

If you’re that forgetful you screw everything up.. You can’t remember fighter’s names. You can’t remember what their strong points are, or what their weak points are. You can’t even remember what strong points and weak points are that you have to watch out for with your own fighters.

Cus D’Amato.., “You need a great memory to train and manage boxers well. You have to remember everything or write it down. 70% of success in this game is matchmaking. If you don’t get your boxers the right fights at the right times, nothing else matters. They’re going nowhere.”

Posted April 14, 2014 11:54 pm 


theres a simple solution to your problem. IF YOU DONT LIKE SOMETHING DONT BUY IT!

Posted April 14, 2014 11:35 pm 


tinseltown, its possible but not probable

Posted April 14, 2014 11:19 pm 

First time ere

Cheezb – again, here you are trying to foist on us how a world champion should fight. He fights how he fights…and in doing so wins fights. So very easy to say a fighter should have done this, that and the other when you aren’t a fighter…and nothing more than a mere spectator. The chap is a world champion, one of the most dominant in the last decade, he credentials are beyond question…read boxrec for verification of his credentials as a fighter…proof is in the numbers not the invalid message board rantings.

Posted April 14, 2014 10:53 pm 


Wladimir Klitschko will get knocked out by Leapai. Wlad is distracted by events in Ukraine, has been domesticated by Hayden Panitierre and is 38 years old. Leapai has nothing to lose and everything to gain, crude style or not.

Posted April 14, 2014 10:50 pm 

First time ere

@ Oh yeah – I have had the good fortune to sit down with one or two learned boxers and trainers over the years. You learn a thing or two from such men. Two of those men I have had the good fortune to speak to both had very interesting and insightful takes re Tyson. What I write in this particular case re Tyson isn’t my opinion but the very considered words of two chaps that have forgotten more about boxing than you’ve ever learned.

Posted April 14, 2014 10:49 pm 


This pundit says.., “Boytsov is a small heavyweight who looks more like a cruiserweight than a heavyweight.”

Who is this nut kidding? Leapai is 245lbs.. He knocked Boytsov down with grazing shots.. He carries a lot of power.

He’s not cruiserweight.. Boytsov was 33-0 when he entered the ring against Leapai.. Who did Alfredo Evangelista beat before he got a title shot at Ali??? NOBODY!!! Evangelista had 14 wins and lost his previous fight.. He never beat anyone like Boytsov and he WAS a cruiserweight..

Bob Foster weighed 180 for Ali, 40 pounds less than Ali and 65 pounds less than Leapai.

Posted April 14, 2014 10:29 pm 


He better bite kick scratch and claw and bring about 10 of his boys in the ring too…Klit is trying to make this guy look like he’s fighting a real threat…

Posted April 14, 2014 8:13 pm 


Writer of the article acts like wladimir wanted this fight and all wladimir wants is easy fights.

Posted April 14, 2014 7:23 pm 


Cheezb Said: ‘ he spent half the time clinching (which I might add is AGAINST THE FREAKING RULES)’ ehh no its not, but leaning on the opponent is against the rules, just like pushing and turning your back against your opponent is.
I agree to some extent that Wlad should let his hands go more often, but most of the time im still quite entertained. But one thing there is about Ibragimov and Chambers etc. is that they was quickly forced into survivel mode, and then it is very difficult to look good against someone using all his energy and skills to just run. I remember once watching Mike Tyson before Buster Doughlas against a big fighter whos only goal was to avoid the ko, it went 12 rounds and the fight sucked big time.

Posted April 14, 2014 5:50 pm 

Oh Yeah

First Time Ere says “not like those who have never fought and or trainer a boxer and instead resort to posting on a boxing message board.”

So why would anyone listen to you? Here you are posting on a boxing message board. You are a walking contradiction of your own mouthpiece, FOOL!!!

Posted April 14, 2014 5:47 pm 



Posted April 14, 2014 5:07 pm 


@ @…, Obviously Pulev would have a better chance of beating Wlaimir… About 4 times better, but Brat should still be an 8:1 underdog.

Posted April 14, 2014 4:42 pm 


Leapai has a big heart but is super limited.

Posted April 14, 2014 3:00 pm 

Granite jaw

David Tua – Mike Tyson, now that would’ve been a fight!

Posted April 14, 2014 1:27 pm 


another ridiculous match up…

Posted April 14, 2014 1:16 pm 


Alex Leapi is going to be a big plodding punchbag just soaking up punishment for several rounds then Wlad will land a big one and will be KO or end in TKO after realise that the big dumb lump is absorbing too much punishment.

At least Leapi will earn over a Million that will help his family.

Posted April 14, 2014 12:46 pm 


come on man. You think we will fall for that. Another easy title defence and you no it

Posted April 14, 2014 12:18 pm 


Leapai has bite? As long as Leapai doesn’t bit half of Wlad’s ear off like Tyson against Holy! Alex Leapai has no chance in this…Wladimir in 5 or 6 rounds.

Posted April 14, 2014 12:16 pm 

horst fraze

another easy payday for klitschko !

Posted April 14, 2014 11:56 am 


A damn shame Tyson never fought Ray Mercer or David Tua.

Mercer took some of the most vicious shots ever against Witherspoon, and walked right through them.

What would Tyson do when Mercer walked through his shots?

David Tua had bone rattling power and a granite chin.

Would give Mike all he could handle.

Hell, why didn’t Mercer and Tua fight?!

Posted April 14, 2014 10:47 am 


Werent Tysons opponents handpicked to promote him, till he met Buster Douglas ? And then he lost to every decent boxer. He was a good boxer, good champ, great with his personality, but not great with his boxing abilities.

Posted April 14, 2014 10:21 am 


Lеwis bеаt Туson-sаddow!

Posted April 14, 2014 9:22 am 


Pulеv wаnt аll Wlаdimir 5’bеlts

Posted April 14, 2014 8:43 am 


first time ere
your last comment pritty much sums it up. good comment. thats the comment of the night!the last bit made me laugh my head of. and im still laughing.

Posted April 14, 2014 8:42 am 


Wlad could always think about defending the IBF belt. They must be bending his arm to defend it. Not!

Posted April 14, 2014 8:36 am 


Guуs thаnks to Don King, jаil аnd аlcohol-cocаin аbusе.

Look Wlаdimir hе hаs
Phd., gеntеlmаn top аthlеtе grеаt еmbаsаdor, for boxing

Posted April 14, 2014 8:31 am 


Come on then First Time Ere . . .
Tell us all about it. . . Who was it and what did they say?

Posted April 14, 2014 8:30 am 

First time ere

Three years is a small window…amazing a guy with all his dysfunction rolled into one human being ever got to the top, but in terms of pure fighting ability Tyson was rare. I heard that from two of the worlds leading trainers…men you pay attention to when they say something about boxing and boxers…not like those who have never fought and or trainer a boxer and instead resort to posting on a boxing message board.

Posted April 14, 2014 8:24 am 

First time ere

Oh yeah – there are a few versions of Mike Tyson. You are giving no dues to Ruddock, Thomas, Green, Berbick, Smith, Tucker, Biggs, Bruno, Williams. Post jail Tyson wasn’t the same fighter. His time at the top was a very small window…three years or so.

Posted April 14, 2014 8:21 am 


mike tyson had the best shadow boxing skills ive ever seen!.

Posted April 14, 2014 8:18 am 


3 x Years is a pretty small window to be a Heavyweight Great

Posted April 14, 2014 8:17 am 


Мikе Туson vеrsion 1986-1989 is thе bеst hеаvу wеight еvеr!


Shаrp, fаstеr, strong, еxsplosivе with grеаt dеfеncе

Posted April 14, 2014 8:04 am 


That is why in history Tyson would always lose against


Posted April 14, 2014 8:00 am 

Oh Yeah

First Time Ere – Very simple. Every time a fighter stood up to Tyson and wouldn’t be intimidated, Tyson folded like chairs on the Titanic. Anything else?

Posted April 14, 2014 7:25 am 

First time ere

A man fights the way he does…if he does it for…30…40 fights in a row the repetition shows the way in which he is comfortable in fighting. If by fighting that way he wins 30…40 or so fights and becomes a world champion I would humbly suggest that, that is a style that best suits him. People that think people should fight the way that they think want them to they don’t understand that if it isn’t broken and works well enough to make a fighter a world champion…it probably works. That said if cheezb and Bill have a record that is superior or equivalent to a world champion boxer than by all means post your credentials and videos of your fight and we’ll watch them in seeing how you guys do it…becomes the proof as we all know is in the pudding.

Posted April 14, 2014 7:21 am 


get ready for another grabing contest.

Posted April 14, 2014 5:22 am 


chezzb and bill.. hahahahaha, are you going to answer the mans question or what!dunno about you two but i want my moneys worth. the longer the fight the better!.

Posted April 14, 2014 5:04 am 

First time ere

Oh yeah – you think Tyson had no heart huh? Why?

Posted April 14, 2014 4:24 am 

First time ere

Bill, Cheezb – so you think Klitschko as a HW champion is under performing? To cautious? That he should fight more defensively? Question for you guys…why cant the champ fight the way he is most comfortable with…the way he does. What are the fighting credentials of you two?

Posted April 14, 2014 4:23 am 

Bill Patrice Jones

Just for once I would like to see Klitschko score an early knockout in 1-3 rounds. I hate that every single one of his fights since Ray Austin has gone on more rounds than it needed to.

Posted April 14, 2014 3:14 am 

the voice of reason

i like leapai but he has zero chance in this fight. klitschko is just too good, too special. i see this becoming a brutal beatdown with a stoppage midway through

Posted April 14, 2014 3:01 am 

brick city

Yeah right, a no heart Tyson????? you must be out of your mind!!!!! Tyson was one of the most brutal heavyweights ever

Posted April 14, 2014 2:31 am 



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Posted April 14, 2014 2:19 am 


Leapai doesn’t have a recent loss to Kevin Johnson… That fight was over 2 years ago… Since then he’s registered 5 straight wins, including beating the Hell out of a clinching and wrestling Denis Boytsov.

Posted April 14, 2014 1:21 am 

mike s

Wladimir Klitschko has had 19 “gimme fights” or “weak opponents” in a row since his last loss 10 years ago-with only 15 KO victories in that 19 bout winning streak its easy to see why people accuse him of being too “safety first” in his approach. While collecting the WBA, WBO, IBF, IBO, titles and defending them so many times he has fought nothing but low level opposition? I thought he looked awful in man handling Povetkin for 12 rounds and thats the only Wladimir Klitschko fight that I can remember all of a sudden… I’m confused-I thought Deontay Wilder was the best heavyweight talent on the planet-or was it Tyson Fury? Those two dont has as many fights or KOs COMBINED as Klitschko. But he has a glass jaw

Posted April 14, 2014 12:52 am 


speaking of resumes, look at wilders resume and where hes at with his so called promised title fight! leapai deserves it more than wilder does!

Posted April 13, 2014 11:57 pm 


rubbish! leapais loss to johnson was a tko! his loss to wilson was a split desision. leapai also koed wilson in a rematch!

Posted April 13, 2014 11:54 pm 

Oh Yeah

Get ready for the biggest upset since ‘Buster’ Douglas beat up ‘no heart’ Tyson. Leapai going to stun Wlad with a left uppercut and knock him out with an overhand right. You heard it here first. Some big money to be made on this fight, Wlad is there for the taking.

Posted April 13, 2014 11:38 pm 

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