So bias towards the American boxers it’s unreal. Deontay will lose his unbeaten record to any decent brit heavyweight, just like Scott against fat chisora. Fury is the best heavyweight at the moment, and the prospect that is Anthony Joshua is going to be world class. Rule BritanniaPosted April 14, 2014 3:09 am
Arreola stops Stiverne around round four or 5- he’ll be out for BLOOD! TRUST ME!Posted April 11, 2014 1:45 am
@Jonn E. JaGozza
To clear things up, your saying it’s his trainers fault for his lack of everything or whatever?Posted April 10, 2014 5:00 pm
Weight watchers, please.Posted April 10, 2014 2:10 pm
BILLY NO MEDALS ALL AMERICAN BOY
we respect your views on bums Anonymous!!being as you wear one on your shoulders!!!Posted April 10, 2014 11:51 am
both are in the bum of the week club.Posted April 10, 2014 5:20 am
JAGOZZA, excellent posts. i can see the scars and feel the wisdom of your insightful posts. please stick around. we’re bound to learn something.Posted April 9, 2014 7:54 pm
I enjoy the exchange, no hard feelings but to say that I don’t know what I’m talking about, Quite simply, he’s not a champ yet although he’s tried, RIGHT ? You have to admit that he has looked a bit out of conditioned in several fights but the greatest thing about any “good ” fighter is the ability to alter one’s style during the fight .. Arrealo is a one dimensional fighter that’s all he knows, with no defense. it doesn’t take any one with any intelligence to see a fighter who plods head first out of raw spirit and heart,.. that’s what made the fight with Klitsko so easy for the UKRANIAN …REMEMBER, I commended him for that and also if you re-read my post he would have been a GREAT fighter if he was trained right… I’m giving him lots of credit but the simple fact is his motivation, his fighting spirit, his eternal flame to win at any cost has been diminished and I believe the reason for that is because Klitsko took some of his heart when he beat him… Now, some one said what happens if he comes to fight well conditioned ? .. Unless there is a change in his heart and his mind and he believes he can win, then he will, In the last few fights he’s looked soft, flabby and honestly,NOT wanting to be in the ring .. God I wish I were wrong and I’m still pulling for him and lastly I’ll contend one more time under a different trainer, he would have done better,… much better .. In conclusion and before he died several years ago,I had the honor to meet Burt Sugar who said to me; unless a fighter has passion for this game, he’ll end up a nobody…ENUFF SAID .. Sorry to be long winded and again I’m still pulling for this guy, but I’m known for calling it the way I see it Boxingdictionary.com ” The Language of the Ring ” Check out my site the book is over 400 pages with over 2000 words and phrases .. Lastly, it took me over 15 years to complete and for me …it was a labor of LOVE /////Posted April 9, 2014 6:58 pm
@Jonn E. JaGozza
Let me ask you this…..what if your wrong and Arreola comes in superior shape and has the aggression that he “once had”?? What would you say then?Posted April 9, 2014 6:25 pm
@Jonn E. JaGozza
Is that what you got from these questions? A challenge? I respect your age and whatever involvement you had in the game, but you have no idea who these fighters are. That’s great you have your website. Cheers to that. Anyone can make a website and anyone can be a fighter that never made it. I’m saying this…..your right, you evaluation of arreola is correct to a certain extent. No argument there; however, you have no idea what your talking about when it comes to his trainer, manager, or his team. Just for you to write something like that makes me no where interested about your website. Truth is, the only thing you know about a fighter and his people are from what the media and whatever “leads” you have from other people. In some cases you might be right but you’ll never no for sure. That’s all I’m saying old timer.Posted April 9, 2014 6:22 pm
Shame on eastsideboxing for letting scott gilfoid post more articles under a new disguise. Pathetic! Scott you are such a loser!Posted April 9, 2014 5:30 pm
Bears…Adamek still beat Arreola clearly,even if Arreola should have done this or that..he still lost fairly.And Cunnigham never has gotten a belt at heavy,but did beat Adamek without a doubt..but was ripped-off.Now Adamek was still atleast a top 5 fighter at heavy,so beating him(even though he was ripped-off)proved that Cunnigham could hang with some solid heavys.And Cunnigham does have a good skill level as a boxer,so any heavywt. beating him does prove something that they could compete on the next level…proving their not a club like fighter.I admit Adamek looks finished now…but not that long ago Adamek and Cunnigham were good measuring sticks for any heavyweight and would be able to beat many of them.Posted April 9, 2014 4:35 pm
The problem with Arreola is he never developed his craft… He has fair height, reach, range, chin, quickness, plus outstanding toughness and durability … he’s a tremendous absorber of punches like Muhammad Ali was.
All that allowed Chris to make millions of dollars … and he’ll make a few more despite his bad habits.
If he trained hard and refined his craft with the diligence of a Floyd Mayweather, he would have accomplished a lot more. I’ve never once seen him look like a fit and trained world class athlete.Posted April 9, 2014 4:26 pm
Jeff Sorby, Scott Gilfoid, Michael Collins. Whatever your real name is, these articles are top notch. Keep up the good work.Posted April 9, 2014 2:51 am
I think Wilder & Fury should square off for a brawl. Fury is ready to brawl, but we don’t know if Deon can brawl. He can only fight on the outside with his haymaker slappy punches.Posted April 8, 2014 11:41 pm
Jonn E. JaGozza
I never made it big in the fight game , I was never good enough and remember I NEVER SAID that I was. BUT, I love the game and at my age of 64, I still work out nearly everyday with much work in the ring, a routine that fits my age and skill level. I’m old but my spirit is ageless however when I see something I don’t understand , I call it the way I see it. With Arreola, and the many times he entered a fight in poor shape and conditioning, I have to ask, what the hell is he thinking, I blame him but also, I have to blame his trainers who are supposedly paid to train him The Klitsko fight broke this man’s spirit, his belief in himself. Sure he wins but not in a convincing fashion or manner. He’s 33 years of age but is an OLD 33… It’s sad because as I’ve said numerous times he has the heart but somewhere deep in his soul, it’s just not there anymore.. he’s a spent fighter, fighting on pride and heart but lacking many skills; easily hit, leads with his head and is a very proud man.. with the right trainer, he would have been one of the best fighter in that division ..it’s actually a sad story to tell and see whenever he steps into the ring … thanks for letting me vent .. you have your views and I have mine …Boxingdictionary.com “The Language of the Ring “Posted April 8, 2014 10:19 pm
Jeff Sorby.., “Fury can’t punch and he’s got a weak chin.”
So what’s coming next? … He’s too short and has no reach?Posted April 8, 2014 7:31 pm
First off.., Arreola shouldn’t be thinking past the Stiverne fight. I’ll guarantee you Stiverne is thinking about his fight with Arreola ALL day … EVERY day.
It’s a freakin’ title fight you bonehead, so you better get down.
Jeff Sorby says…, “Fury’s pretty much in the same boat as Seth Mitchell is in the chin department???”
So… now you’re an expert on chins? What exactly has Tyson Fury done to show his chin is as weak as Mitchell’s? Mitchell has been stopped twice and he’s not even a ranked fighter. He’s been stopped by selective opposition.
Fury’s been hit pretty damned hard… His chin is not his problem. His problem is more like his conditioning and dedication to his craft.
You can’t say Wilder isn’t dedicated to training. The man is all ears and ready to run off to Europe to spar with Haye, Wladimir, and whomever … He hasn’t been managed or matched well, but he’s Charlie Hustle. He’s got the right attitude. Maybe that’s why Arreola doesn’t want to fight him.
What does coming from Alabama have to do with anything???Posted April 8, 2014 7:21 pm
fury and wilder both will not fight anyone if they get the title like they currently refuse to fight anyone.
cunningham has never been a name heavyweight so the guys using cunningham references below as yardsticks is funny. i like cunningham but at heavy he is a non factor. adamek vs arreola was a unique fight where adamek had to stay running and actually took some tough shots and looked a lot worse after the bout. had arreola got him on the ropes or corners or tot him stationary more cutting the ring off i feel he may have been able to win
arreola is clearly the better “boxer”. bermaine has so much wrong its glaringly obvious. he is the ideal dude to mount an attack against he has no stance, no deffense, and virtually no mobilityPosted April 8, 2014 7:07 pm
I love being challenged , Who am I ? I’m a former fighter from New York who never made it big, but I’m still in the game ( not fighting ) but in the ring daily. I love the sport and wrote a book specifically on the Language of the Ring.. The Boxing dictionary.com check out my site .. I feel it has it’s own language like all other sports. Now, getting back to Arreola.. he’s a one dimensional fighter who hasn’t changed anything. Oh yea, he has the heart and the warrior spirit but leads with his head and is hit easily, nothing has changed since he got his ass handed to him by Kiltsho,… Arreola comes from GREAT heritage but again, nothing new ..the sign of any champ in this sport is having both the skills and talents to change, to alter a style and to capitalize on your and your opponent’s mistakes, Unfortunately, for Arreola he doesn’t know how to … Signs of not only hiis mistakes but also the mistakes of his trainers /managers …No, I don’t know him but I know the sport, I’ve been involved with it for the last 60years and again, thanks for the challenge and lastly, checkout my site and my book, sales are doing GREAT !!! Boxing dictionary .com’ ” The Language of the Ring “Posted April 8, 2014 7:04 pm
Sorby/Collins/Guillford shut it you Donkey Wilder loving turd. The hype job has faced nobody that can do anything, Fury’s record is far superior. Get this idiot off herePosted April 8, 2014 6:43 pm
There Aint z man on thé planet that Can beat me ,,,Classsssssic fury ha ha:-)Posted April 8, 2014 6:07 pm
Arreola the guy who couldnt beat light heavy Adamek.Cunnigham the guy who really beat Adamek but was ripped-off…but who was stopped by Fury.Doubt Arreola will win this fight,so he dont have to worry about Wilder or Fury.And yes Fury is waaay more proven then Wilder as a heavyweight contender…2 years from now it might be different but at this point and time Fury is more proven!!!Posted April 8, 2014 3:48 pm
f~k of Kareem,and take f~king Abdul with youPosted April 8, 2014 3:15 pm
siverne will ko fat boy, Wilder will beat fat boy, but fat boy might, just might have a chance against the travelling circus which is the Fury family.Posted April 8, 2014 3:02 pm
keep the hw circus rolling.Posted April 8, 2014 2:59 pm
Morons making comments on pieces is one thing, when they start ”writing” them it’s another thing entirely. Jeff Sorby and the like are flushing eastside boxing down the toilet.Posted April 8, 2014 2:01 pm
“i think jennings is the best american and would be favored against arreola and wilder” – Agree with BEARS. These other guys have all the hype but Jennings has the results.Posted April 8, 2014 1:56 pm
Paid Off Rankings
The Stiverne/Arreola winner should fight Wlad in a unification bout because they take priority over BS paid for mandatories. Let’s not have Wilder jumping the queue cause of his handlers paying off the governing body.Posted April 8, 2014 1:50 pm
dyson fury.a legend in his own mind.Posted April 8, 2014 12:53 pm
What a crap article. Fury has no chin? Try getting hit on the chin by a professional heavyweight and see what happens. Fury has been dropped a few times but he gets back up and knocks you out. He may have a big mouth and come across as cocky and big headed but that fighting traveller can fight. Fury vs wilder would be a great match to make. Wilder knocking everybody out but what does he do when the guy gets back up and gives it him back? These are questions we shall hopefully find out now that the WBC title is vacant. I expect Stiverne to beat Arreola again on points and then to have a voluntary defence and then fight wilder by the end of the year.Posted April 8, 2014 12:45 pm
Bill Patrice Jones
The second coming??Posted April 8, 2014 12:39 pm
both are a joke.move on.Posted April 8, 2014 12:23 pm
First time I’ve been on this site as I was looking for somewhere with some sanity, having suffered non-stop articles from that pantomime character ‘Gilfoid’ for months on BN24. The first article I read here, a site that looks suspiciously similar, and it has the distinct whiff of ‘Gilfoid’ about it. FFS.Posted April 8, 2014 11:53 am
Gilfoid/sorby lolPosted April 8, 2014 11:29 am
Both are losers, take your pick. You yourself are a loser also.Posted April 8, 2014 10:55 am
@Jonn E. JaGozza
Are you a trainer? How long you been working in he boxing business? Explain to everyone why you think a change of trainers would do Arreola any good. What makes you think he hasn’t tried? do you know him personally? Is this based on a fans speculation? Please….explain yourself budPosted April 8, 2014 10:40 am
Sorby, Collins, Gilfoid and Vladimir S are all one and the same moron!Posted April 8, 2014 9:58 am
Hacksaw Jim Duggan
Looks like Scott Gilfoid-Collins has come out of hibernationPosted April 8, 2014 8:51 am
Jonn E. JaGozza
I like tis guy Arreola’s heart and warrior spirit but I think his career is rapidly coming to an end and the loss he
Wilder has proved he hits hard against a certain level of opponent, so did Michell, Feilds etc, and look what happened to them! Fury has proved he is prepared to fight contenders, proved he can take a full blooded shot, proved he has stamina, proved he can change gameplan during fihts, proved he has heart, proved he has some skills…Wilder has proved none of those things.Posted April 8, 2014 7:45 am
How is Wilders level of opposition even close to being equal to that of Fury. How has Fury got a ”glass chin” when he has never been knocked out or seriously hurt? How is he a weak puncher, when he has a good stoppage record? How is Wilder better or more dangerous when he has beaten nobody in the Top 50?Posted April 8, 2014 7:42 am
I will agree with the writer about one thing Wilder hits harder than Fury.Posted April 8, 2014 7:20 am
Fury has faced better opposition than Wilder also.Posted April 8, 2014 7:19 am
I realize Fury has been put down but he has good recuperative abilities. To say he has a weak chin and talk about him like he sucks is just ignorant.Posted April 8, 2014 7:18 am
Stivеrnе k0 Неlеnius аnd Dаvid Pricе in аmаtеursPosted April 8, 2014 4:47 am
Pulеv bеаt Аrrеolа аnd StivеrnеPosted April 8, 2014 4:40 am
Bill Patrice Jones
Can’t see how people can be so wilfully arrogant and certain about the outcome of the Stiverne rematch. One must remember that prior to what was effectively a knockout punch in round 3 Arreola was outlanding and outworking Stiverne rather comfortably for the first two rounds. I also must factor in Stiverne’s inactivity. Noone really held Stiverne in tremendous esteem prior to the Arreola fight and he was not the betting favorite. I worry that Stiverne will have been an entire calendar year out of the ring one of his longest periods of inactivity, and naturally muscular powerful heavyweights who box effectively at a slow pace often struggle for having been away from the ring for so long. Stiverne should win, less miles on the clock, nice jab to work behind etc but this is no foregone conclusion at all.Posted April 8, 2014 4:39 am
No way he gets past Stiverene . . .
Arreola can’t run forever because Wilder will fight the winner.Posted April 8, 2014 3:25 am
Why would this (loosely termed) writer try and pick apart Arreolas reasoning. It’s quite logical and well known that Fury record is a stand out compared to Wilder. Arreola isn’t one to dodge a challenge, he is a tough guy. Given a choice Fury would be an easier fight because he is feather fisted and china chinned yet has more world wide recognition meaning a victory for Arreola will look better. Wilder would be a riskier fight, but only due to Wilders power giving him a punchers chance. Although I’d say Arreola would take out Wilder faster than Fury.Posted April 8, 2014 1:57 am
Cant see chris getting passed Stiverne, no way. Stiverne will defend against wilder and arreola will have to decide to either pad his record again or retire. Either way he wont need to worry about Wilder or Fury.Posted April 8, 2014 1:33 am
Lol….you a trainer?Posted April 8, 2014 1:30 am
Arreola does’nt have to beat Stiverne to get a fight with Fury, infact he’ll have a better chance in he loses.Posted April 8, 2014 12:17 am
whatever future stieverne has its short lived i see more flaws than anything. and the guy has no mobilty other than to duck his head in one direction. somebody is gonna pummel stieverne .Posted April 7, 2014 10:00 pm
i cant believe with that crappy jab of stievernes arreola never just blasted stievernes body with power rights followed by left hooks and more rights. so much arreola could have done that stieverne gave him. arreola vs stieverne left me really dissapointed with arreolaPosted April 7, 2014 9:55 pm
I think Arreola may very well beat Stiverne this time. Either way, it should be a war. Arreola’s gotta use his hard left jab to set things up and his left uppercut.Posted April 7, 2014 9:52 pm
arreolas left hook can win it for him and open everything up on stievernePosted April 7, 2014 9:51 pm
arreola just looked horrible against stieverne. stieverne does nothing fancy and arreola just could not do much he was held at bay by one if the worst jabs (stievernes) i ever seen. stieverne is wide open.
that may be the worst i ever seen arreola look. if arreola comes in like that again i think he is gonna get stopped. if arreola is not coming forward i think he might get stoppedPosted April 7, 2014 9:48 pm
stieverne is sooooo open for arreolas left hook and arreola hardly uses it. arreola gets some good combos starting with some left hooks but apparently both arreola and his corner are not realizing it. arreola keeps telegraphing that right. that left keeps bermaine from ducking to his waste and then he is there for arreolas rightPosted April 7, 2014 9:39 pm
its funny stieverne has his hands a his waste. does he think he is vitaly klitschko!?!
stieverne will get blasted out by a decent boxers or someone with some power speed or range. stieverne has no future with his hands at his wastePosted April 7, 2014 9:33 pm
i think jennings is the best american and would be favored against arreola and wilder i would favor himthat is and against stirverne.
of course these guys could all land something big and drop the other guy. i would like to see jennings get some namers contenders. i cant believe these contenders hardly fight eachother.
hopefully arreola vs stieverne ends i. a stoppage. it couldPosted April 7, 2014 9:20 pm
Arreola needs weight to KO heavyweights -He’s a natural Light/Heavy. When he adds weight he loses stamina – He has to gain smartly and do the road work- change that BIG LOOPING punching style – you all know what I mean, and he’d be a true contender – I see him beating Staverne this time – Wilder is a big (0) couldn’t beat any top guys-nor can Fury – Unfortunatley – Vladimir awaits and you know how that would go ! I say Christobal is #4-5 in the worldPosted April 7, 2014 8:59 pm
And for those who say, Cunningham isn’t a puncher and he dropped Fury. Watch the fight. That shot was perfectly timed, and we all know USS is a hell of a boxer. That shot would have dropped most fighters and wobbled the rest.Posted April 7, 2014 8:56 pm
Fury is clunky, but its clear he does have serious power in those fists. Of course, everyone will go back to “he’s the guy who uppercut himself in the face during a professional fight”. Well, he couldn’t knock himself down or out, so I’m guessing he’s not a china chin like many want to claim either. Really, the fight that needs to happen is Fury and Wilder. It won’t until one of them has a title though, but it will happen I’m sure.Posted April 7, 2014 8:53 pm
Also you think Sergey Liakhovich, Malik Scott and Audley Harrison are the same level as Dereck Chisora, Kevin Johnson and Steve Cunningham ! Chisora is top 10 ranked , Johnson former title challenger and Cunningham former 2x championPosted April 7, 2014 8:42 pm
Funny how you put Malik Scott twice because you couldn’t find another decent opponent for Deontay! Fury has fought far better opposition than Wilder and he is a better boxerPosted April 7, 2014 8:37 pm
What Arreola says is true. Fury has way more fans and is much more accomplished than Wilder. Ironic that Wilder’s getting the potential title shot. Then again most of what happens in boxing is ironic and/or idiotic.Posted April 7, 2014 8:34 pm
Wilder still has a hell of a lot to prove but i can see why Arreola would prefer Fury.Posted April 7, 2014 7:52 pm
I think it is a tough fight for both guys. Fury likes to brawl and that will suit Arreola. Fury is tough but his defence leaves a lot to be desired at times. Good match up … leaning towards Fury but it is a tough one.Posted April 7, 2014 7:49 pm
actually areolas conditioningnis surprisingly better than one would think. he never stops throwing. its his shape thats so bad. i think he made a mistake trying to just cut weight he seemed to loose a little power. i too look for arreola to do good against bermaine but maybe bermaine will come out even better and surprise us with a shocking stoppage. i definitely am not writing off arreola in the least. its even or i favor arreola.Posted April 7, 2014 7:29 pm
Wilder would put Fateola to sleep, ya digPosted April 7, 2014 7:24 pm
I can see Arreola getting knocked put by Wilder in he see’s that so I can understand why he’s p out lol. In while he’s talking ahead he may want to worry about Stiverne. Stiverne will most likely boxed s*** out of him again 10th rd koPosted April 7, 2014 7:14 pm
I still do not see wilder as a contender. Fury has beat Cunningham and chisora.Posted April 7, 2014 6:37 pm
the last thing anyone should want is arreola facing wilder before fury. nobody should even want a wilder title fight as far as fans go. this guy has faced literally NOBODY. he sill continue facing nobodies in title deffences and hold the wbc belt ransom fighting nobodies as long as he can. thats obviousPosted April 7, 2014 6:16 pm
kato is right. plus tyson looks absolutely stiff and lumbering and slow. he had to grAb cunningham just and set him him up justto land a shot.
i would favor arreola and wilder over tyson fury and i would even favor chisora based on tysons most recent outtings. i am however following hughie and i think he has huge potential and i expect him to do well against chambers. sad thing is chambers and the furys have been working together so the bout borders on untrustworthyPosted April 7, 2014 6:13 pm
Octavius Jomar Chatman
Te Tumbo…..Why would he even say something like this when he already knows that Wilder is the MANDATORY for whomever wins the bout between him and Stiverne. Secondly; I don’t buy that crap about Fury being a big attraction. Fury may be big overseas; but he doesn’t have a huge fanbase WORLDWIDE; no more than Wilder does. It makes it sounds like he is making an attempt to duck him.Posted April 7, 2014 6:11 pm
Octavius Jomar Chatman
The only problem with that Te Tumbo is that Wilder is the MANDATORY to whomever wins this fight between the two; so why even put that out there?? It makes it look like he is ducking him. True Fury has a following; but Fury isn’t big in the states!!!Posted April 7, 2014 6:05 pm
On top of what Arreola said: But he also knows that Fury is an easier fight. Everyone knows that!!!!!
I think arreola is scared of the reach of wilder tyson fury is just as tall but he leaves him self open the fight with Cunningham told us a lot about fury but I don’t think none of them can beat klitchkoPosted April 7, 2014 6:03 pm
OCTAVIUS, i wouldn’t call it fear but rather prudence. he can’t fight them all at the same time and if he fights them out of sequence (and Stiverne may be Arreola’s first bungle) he risks not fighting them all. IMO, he Wants to fight them all. that’s what picking Fury after Stiverne and before Wilder looks like to me.Posted April 7, 2014 5:55 pm
“If Arreola beats Stiverne, he says he would prefer to fight the unbeaten British heavyweight Tyson Fury (22-0, 16 KO’s) rather than the 6’7” Deontay, because” he saw what the rest of us saw v. Cunningham. Fury stands tall, and proud, and still, and wiiide open for that overhand right. that’s Arreola’s bread-and-butter and a “W” over Fury would make Wilder a real showdown. of course, he’s got to get past Stiverne, which he should. if not, he needs to seriously re-evaluate Wtf he’s been waiting for if not a heavyweight division without at-least one Klitschko?Posted April 7, 2014 5:53 pm
Isn’t Fury ranked higher than Wilder? I haven’t checked the rankings but if so then it would better suit Arreola to fight Fury than Wilder. But Wilder is mandatory for that titlePosted April 7, 2014 5:51 pm
Octavius Jomar Chatman
Is he afraid of Wilder. Sounds like it to me!!Posted April 7, 2014 5:42 pm
So why does Wilder have a weak chin? Kovalev has been stopped a few times in the armatures and everybody says he has a good chin.Posted April 7, 2014 5:24 pm
Arreola doesn’t have to worry about those guys because his career at this level will be over after he loses to Stiverne, unless they need sparring partners.Posted April 7, 2014 5:08 pm
Fury’s chin isn’t the best, but how good is Deontay’s? Mr D Wilder was indeed floored by Harold Sconiers and shook up by a Nicolai Firtha jab.Posted April 7, 2014 5:06 pm
Don’t look past Stiverne, Cris! There may not be an after.Posted April 7, 2014 4:45 pm
AAA…Ive got it now the hidden massage is I Rather lose to Wilder than to fury the no class monster . J.K LOLPosted April 7, 2014 4:32 pm
Crossing my fingers that Joshua comes through. When it comes to the heavyweights – Klitschkos excepted – the amateurs have been better than the pros!Posted April 7, 2014 4:20 pm
loller while you holler
Its been said that deontay the windmill wilder has been training in amsterdam. Due to the amount of windmills their he has almost perfected the windmill punch he is recognised for he is even thinking of changing his name from the bronze bummer to deontay windmill wilder.Posted April 7, 2014 4:14 pm
loller while you holler
My nanna said she would fight them both in the same night but she cant get her wheelchair into the ring through the ropes.Posted April 7, 2014 4:09 pm
Areola sucks brown nipple
Fat stinky slob skunk Areola won’t get past Stiverne.Posted April 7, 2014 3:56 pm
how can yiu saythat Fury has a weak chin when he has never been knocked out???Posted April 7, 2014 3:48 pm
I think most would prefer to fight fury than wilderPosted April 7, 2014 3:47 pm
Don’t know why fighter talk this way, are they say a hidden message? Doesn’t he alway come over weight,as I can’t see a logically one.
Don’t know why fighter talk this way, are they say a hidden message? as I can’t see a logically one.