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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicpoet View Post
    I'm perplexed by this sentiment, since I thought this was the best PPV in years.

    We had three action-packed undercards. Morales fought a game Cano. Canelo exploded on Gomez in the 6the round. Even Vargas put on a show.

    As for Mayweather-Ortiz, anyone who was following this fight knew it was going to be a circus. We just didn't think it would be this much of a circus. In this regard, I thought the main event exceeded expectations. Merchant's interview with Mayweather was just the cherry on top.
    I have no complaints about the rest of the card, just the main event.

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    This drama gives me motivation to see this match, probably actually happen though.
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    Then you saw it for it exactly what it was, I didn't mean it literaly.

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    We had three action-packed undercards.
    Part of the problem with casual Boxing fans is they don't judge a card by anything other than the Main Event.
    The undercard fighters bleed just as the main bout combatants do - and there are often times when the early fights outshine a ho hum main event.

    I can't stand Merchant.
    Neither can I..
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    That was fucking awesome!
    I love how pissed Cortez looks right after the butt and you can kind of see him go "Oh ****!... Ah **** you deserved that... " when Ortiz gets floored and then he starts the count.
    I love poetic justice.

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    Found the stills:



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    Cortez face is priceless...

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    I don't care much for Merchant, thankfully we don't get to see him too much in the UK. Just as well, I agree with Alex, Ole Larry takes effing ages to get his question out...Christ...

    Saul Alvarez. He looks bloody great. To paraphrase Wayne McCullough, he looks Irish so he should be claimed, haha.

    Kenny Bayliss needs a lesson from The Great Richard Steele. To me, the best ref in the World in his time (I much preferred him to "Let's Get it On!" Mills Lane). Kenny, when a fighter has both eyes damaged and can't see Morales constantly landing a big Right on the most damaged eye, you need to think about stopping it.

    It's an abrogation of responsibility to wait for the Corner to pull him out. They were crap anyway, No ice, No endswell, WTF??

    Brave fighter (they usually are). Erik should now Retire. He'll get paralyzed - his skills have deteriorated.

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    I never liked Mills Lane...he was Ok with lighter guys but had difficulty taking charge with Heavyweights, as evidenced during the 2nd Tyson - Ruddock fight.
    I don't think he worked a major Heavyweight fight after that one.
    I also thought he was a self promoter. When he retired he even had his own TV show for a while - ' Judge Mills Lane '.
    It didn't last very long.

    Here's some more on Saturday's fight and Mayweather being his usual jerkoff self : http://ca.sports.yahoo.com/box/news?...acquiao_091911
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    Cheers OZZ

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