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Hey Prince! GGG is not a super middle weight. He is a middleweight.

Posted February 4, 2014 10:47 am 


Adamu gave as good an effort as he could. he tried, had some small moments but simply had too much in front of him. GGG would stop any other 160 pounder in the world. In truth, with an aging Martinez ready to go, the division isn’t very strong. GGG needs Marquee names and they are in different divisions. he could defend at 160 for as long as wants and break Nards’s record against 2nd rate guys, like Nard, but I think GGG wants more than that.

Posted February 3, 2014 4:57 pm 


I’m pleased that ESB carried this article about Adama, and I hope that it will have other articles about him in future editions as I do believe that he has quite a career yet to come. For one topic, I’d like to know how Osumanu came to live and train in Joliet, IL., with additional information about the gym at which he trains (sparring partners and such). Thanks.

Posted February 3, 2014 2:58 pm 

Gonzo the Dragonborn aka The New Edgar Allen Poe (Thus Quoth the Vulture)

“I wanted to continue but the referee said no because of the bleeding from my eyes. He is the referee and has the final say. The first time that I went down like this, it was very hard, very hard,” Machine Gun stated.”

That’s the effect the power of King Daddy G has on his opponents. It can not only render them unconscious, it also separates them completely from reality. ROFL.

Posted February 3, 2014 1:24 pm 


Eish Adama cmon man, now people will just be even more afraid of GGG.
People are already scared .. we might just see a spurt of sudden retirements….LOL

Posted February 3, 2014 1:20 pm 

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