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23 hours ago, maxhardcore said:

Obviously could see past  Fast eddies bullshit that you and plenty others fell for 😫

In the land of the blind the cyclops is King lol

 

Open your eyes more instead of your mouth and you might just see.

I was going to use the phrase learn but that's asking too much BM lol 👍

You are aware that Eddie Hearn is likely to be the greatest boxing promoter this country has ever had....he has taken the sport to its height of popularity in Britain and is now doing what Frank Warren couldnt.....B level fighters are now getting paid A level fighters money because of Eddie Hearn......ask any young British fighter who he would like to sign with and they will all say Hearn......you see boxing from an armchair critics viewpoint but for people actually involved as fighters/trainers/journeymen,even paying punters... Eddie Hearn is doing a fantastic job that no other British promoter has ever been capable of doing.

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On 21/06/2019 at 21:54, Rusty_terrier said:

I know theres a few cheeseman fans on here but he's found his level. Never moving above British. No shame. 

That was a good night of boxing last night,i still say for top domestic fight the York Hall takes some beating.

Ted Cheeseman is a very tough lad,durable,rugged.....but he will have a short career if he doesnt start respecting whats coming back at him he thinks he can walk through opponents and for that reason i agree i think European will be his level....likewise Benns boy he is going to be in some exciting fights but he wont go beyond British/European level.....ive said a few times i think those 2 lads biggest fight could well end up being against each other down the line.

Watched my first live womens fight last night didnt enjoy that at all,uncomfortable watching.

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5 minutes ago, gnasher16 said:

You are aware that Eddie Hearn is likely to be the greatest boxing promoter this country has ever had....he has taken the sport to its height of popularity in England and is now doing what Frank Warren couldnt.....B level fighters are now getting paid A level fighters money because of Eddie Hearn......ask any young British fighter who he would like to sign with and they will all say Hearn......you see boxing from an armchair critics viewpoint but for people actually involved as fighters/trainers/journeymen,even paying punters... Eddie Hearn is doing a fantastic job that no other British promoter has ever been capable of doing.

That's the thing....the fighters are making more money than ever with him, where is the negative??

The main argument I ever see is the AJ fighting bums argument...yet when you look.at his record (which considering he is fairly inexperienced in the grand scheme of things) it just doesn't add up....

Yes Charles Martin was shit, but he was the champion, don't look a gift horse in the mouth lol

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18 minutes ago, gnasher16 said:

That was a good night of boxing last night,i still say for top domestic fight the York Hall takes some beating.

Ted Cheeseman is a very tough lad,durable,rugged.....but he will have a short career if he doesnt start respecting whats coming back at him he thinks he can walk through opponents and for that reason i agree i think European will be his level....likewise Benns boy he is going to be in some exciting fights but he wont go beyond British/European level.....ive said a few times i think those 2 lads biggest fight could well end up being against each other down the line.

Watched my first live womens fight last night didnt enjoy that at all,uncomfortable watching.

As far as the women's match, should have been stopped earlier, talk about gulf in abilities?

Cheers, D.

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20 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

That's the thing....the fighters are making more money than ever with him, where is the negative??

The main argument I ever see is the AJ fighting bums argument...yet when you look.at his record (which considering he is fairly inexperienced in the grand scheme of things) it just doesn't add up....

Yes Charles Martin was shit, but he was the champion, don't look a gift horse in the mouth lol

Look at that Charles Martin fight as an example.....also on that show was Macklin v Rose...George Groves,Lee Selby,Jamie Mcdonnel,Ohara Davies,Cheeseman,Benn.

When Fury fought the geezer the other week id never heard of anybody on the show except Fury !

Joshuas resume is far better than any other heavyweight....but the risk in that is you might lose fights......again,viewing figures tell their own story about Hearn.

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14 minutes ago, dytkos said:

As far as the women's match, should have been stopped earlier, talk about gulf in abilities?

Cheers, D.

I felt sorry for her she looked a shy little thing totally out of her depth......not for me womens boxing.

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7 hours ago, gnasher16 said:

You are aware that Eddie Hearn is likely to be the greatest boxing promoter this country has ever had....he has taken the sport to its height of popularity in Britain and is now doing what Frank Warren couldnt.....B level fighters are now getting paid A level fighters money because of Eddie Hearn......ask any young British fighter who he would like to sign with and they will all say Hearn......you see boxing from an armchair critics viewpoint but for people actually involved as fighters/trainers/journeymen,even paying punters... Eddie Hearn is doing a fantastic job that no other British promoter has ever been capable of doing.

He was def Great at Making AJ out to be something he was not .

I will give you that 😁

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2 hours ago, maxhardcore said:

He was def Great at Making AJ out to be something he was not .

I will give you that 😁

Even fury put a video out saying how well aj had done and to come from nothing and become heavyweight champion after starting his career later on  was a fantastic achievement and made himself very rich did you see that one max or are you going to argue that one as well 

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1 hour ago, Blackmag said:

Even fury put a video out saying how well aj had done and to come from nothing and become heavyweight champion after starting his career later on  was a fantastic achievement and made himself very rich did you see that one max or are you going to argue that one as well 

I'd say he ment the money AJ had made compared to his boxing ability lol 👍

Of course he's done well ' very well.

Fast Eddie had yous all fooled 👍

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16 minutes ago, maxhardcore said:

I'd say he ment the money AJ had made compared to his boxing ability lol 👍

Of course he's done well ' very well.

Fast Eddie had yous all fooled 👍

At least your not daft and never bought the fury Schwarz ppv

 

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2 hours ago, maxhardcore said:

I'd say he ment the money AJ had made compared to his boxing ability lol 👍

Of course he's done well ' very well.

Fast Eddie had yous all fooled 👍

He's lost one....didn't perform at all, that's the way it goes in sport...

Over the next few years hopefully we'll see them all fight each other, and even though it's a fairly weak time for heavies if the matches are made we can get to see who is the main man...

Said loads of times, there are 4 or 5 who could all beat each other on the night, Ruiz has put himself in that mix along with Whyte (for me).

 

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6 hours ago, maxhardcore said:

He was def Great at Making AJ out to be something he was not .

I will give you that 😁

He is a boxing promoter ( salesman ) its his job !.....the same as Frank Warrens job.....the difference is Eddie Hearn has made Joshua and the boxing game in general millions and millions and Frank Warren has made Fury relatively little.

Eddie Hearn is disliked by armchair critics like you but loved by fighters......Frank Warren has always been liked by armchair critics but hated by fighters.

People like you are naive as f**k ....you just dont know it.....which i guess is the blueprint of being naive in the first place !

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12 minutes ago, NEWKID said:

He's lost one....didn't perform at all, that's the way it goes in sport...

Over the next few years hopefully we'll see them all fight each other, and even though it's a fairly weak time for heavies if the matches are made we can get to see who is the main man...

Said loads of times, there are 4 or 5 who could all beat each other on the night, Ruiz has put himself in that mix along with Whyte (for me).

 

What some people dont seem to understand is that a fighter like Joshua losing doesnt make a fighter like Fury any better !......when you take on top opposition you lose fights as Joshua has,as Dillian Whyte has.....when you dont take on top opposition you dont lose fights......Fury has only beaten 1 top 10 opponent in his entire career !!!......besides Klitchko the greatest victory of his career was against Derek Chisora,a journeyman/fringe domestic level fighter......he hasnt beaten a top 10 fighter for 4 years and his last menaningful fight ended in a draw and featured him losing consciousness.

To believe a sportsman is great without having proved it takes either a peculiar form of loyalty or plain hero worship.

 

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