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te tumbo

“our point is that [Dulorme] can claim to be Puerto Rican we won’t turn out backs on him..” but You Immediately did just that on November 2nd in the “Argentina continues to shine” thread: “I’m Puerto Rican and I thought it was a very good win for Abregu.. the Dominican Kid fought hard but he’s too young” (LoL). “That was a sweet Victory over a Mexican by Puerto Rico..” really”?!?” v. a ringworn veteran whose prime ended about the time he lost his rubbermatch v. Barrera about Eight (8) years ago”?!?” only goes to show how desperate some PR fanboys are to boast of a win . . .ANY win. “. . . but we know you were claiming Chavez Jr. was going to be the next Great Mexican fighter” where? where is the evidence for this claim of yours”?!?” otherwise, i posted that a Junior win over Martinez would be the biggest upset of 2012 and guess what”?!?” he almost pulled it off but the odds were always against him v. a P4Pr like Martinez. at least, he got a lot closer than Calderon, Lopez, Vasquez Jr., or Dulorme ever did . . . “Cannn-Ta y no Llores” . . . (LoL).

Posted November 5, 2012 3:41 pm 


To Te Tumbo … Roldon was a very powerful and very ,very ,strong fighter ,,and thats what im talking about ,its about their strength which is very unusual ..but he also lack heart he literally quit against Hagler and his chin was not the greatest ,,,he was a contender but never champion material …

Posted November 4, 2012 12:35 pm 

te tumbo

Roldan was more explosive than tough. he scored and experienced some CrushinG KO’s in his time. we’re talking face-first variety but that unorthodox fk’r could Punch and Fight. unfortunately, his chin was only above-average. he could take a shot but he could be Dropped by one too.

Posted November 3, 2012 2:42 pm 


To left hook ..I almost agree with you .on this one .But they are a tough race ,,,Argentinians are probably the strongest Latinos in Latin America ,,Puerto Rico included ,,man from Argentina are very ,,very strong its in their DNA ,,Monzon ,, Oscar Bonavena,,Victor Galindez,,Luis Firpo..Juan Roldan,,,,all very strong…even in soccer they can easily push you around ,,, I’m not saying they are the best just that they are strong ,,some kind of Latin Indian blood runs in their veins ..

Posted November 3, 2012 12:19 pm 

Jack Dempsey

EL Durako did you not understand the article i post or are you another close minded idiot !!! I said every country sooner or later has its champions ,,during a certain time ,,but i see you only only want to see it thru your eyes …

Posted November 3, 2012 2:33 am 

El durako

Please puerto rico almost 80 champion argentina like 12 please will still the best boxer of the world

Posted November 3, 2012 1:35 am 

Jack Dempsey

Boxing Fans listen up,,,boxing dominated by a certain country or race goes in cycles,,,in the early 1900s boxing was dominated by the Jews ,,then in the 30s and 40s by the Italians ,,in the 70s there were a lot of Argentine talent ,,Monzon ,,Galindes,,Ahumada,,and so on,,, in the late 70s and early 80s Puerto Rico ,,Gomez ..Benitez,,,Escalera,, DeJesus ,,etc this means that no one nation is better then the other in boxing…

Posted November 2, 2012 11:26 pm 


another fighter that can be mention in there is juan reveco he a flyweight tho but he never fought in america but he good he pack a mean punch

Posted November 2, 2012 6:44 pm 

te tumbo

with Martinez, Mathysse, Maidana, and Abregu in the pipeline, and a population that can support the emergence of more, the sovereign nation of Argentina has become an emerging and worthy rival to Mexico. these are proven and tested champions and contenders not premature hype-jobs.

Posted November 2, 2012 4:59 pm 

te tumbo

Dulorme looks PR, self-identifies as PR, and is considered to be PR by all of his fellow Boricuas. where the F(!) did this “Dominican” b.s. coming from? . . . :twisted:

Posted November 2, 2012 4:52 pm 

Howie Feltersnatch

Typical Puerto Rican response

Posted November 2, 2012 10:27 am 


I’m Puerto Rican and I thought it was a very good win for Abregu.. the Dominican Kid fought hard but he’s too young..

Posted November 2, 2012 7:31 am 


There are still more boxers from PR on the rise its way of life 1 after another there will be a new wave .

Posted November 1, 2012 9:45 pm 


Anonimito idiotito must be Puerto Rican.doesn’t like the write up.

Posted November 1, 2012 3:29 pm 

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