Thread: Favorite career journeymen?
11/26/2011 6:03pm, #11
OMG...how can any of you not mention Jeremy Horn? Technically Shonie Carter too. Don't forget Dan Severn.
11/26/2011 6:54pm, #12
How about Butterbean? He'll fight common colds if there's an audience and a payday involved.
11/26/2011 7:01pm, #13
Butterbean is more of a side show fighter. Not to discount the guys skill but the truth is the truth.
11/26/2011 7:04pm, #14
11/26/2011 7:05pm, #15
11/27/2011 4:41pm, #16
Aww man, that sucks. Well, it wasn't the best decision to keep fighting on such a KO streak either.
Seanbaby on Gary:
Related to thread: http://www.cracked.com/blog/7-terrib...er-be-equaled/ #4
11/27/2011 4:51pm, #17
Chuck Wepner, even thou he started out as a contender. He later became a stepping stone. Plus, given his training regime and life circumstances, I think he qualifies as a Journeyman.
Props for gutting it out to the end against Ali.
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11/27/2011 10:01pm, #18
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11/27/2011 10:08pm, #19
11/27/2011 10:49pm, #20
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Man, Dan Severn had a seminar in my gym the other week. It was only $25 to train with such a legend. It was like grandpa came and taught us some MMA for wrestlers. Then he mentioned he had already 3 fights lined up for 2012. He will just fucking fight.
What about Wes Sims?