David Tua gets his bread and gets ready to break people
fucking sad though that its taken so long, and that the actual amount has been whittled down so much from what it was. still, at least **** is looking up for him, hes in great shape, fucking demolished his last opponent, and can now move on with his career. cant wait to see him break some more motherfuckers in half.
for those not in the loop he recently smashed the **** out of Shane Cameron (ranked 7 and 14th in... two of the fucking abc corps that i forget) after months of hype about how David Tua was too old etc, and that Cameron was the best fighter in NZ. Tua lost 26kg(!) getting in shape for the fight, and i guess cameron will just go down as being someone who resparked Tua into action which is more impressive than him beating up cans.
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Always a big fan of Tuas KO's, great stuff to watch, but I kindo do feel he is past his prime.
We'll see though, getting the money issues sorted and all that might just free up his mind a let him get back into his zone.
Tua/Ruiz, how does this last shot not decapitate poor Ruiz?
YouTube - David Tua - John Ruiz
Wasn't until Hendo dropped that bomb on the brit that I saw a better dispatch of an already KOed opponent.
Tua was a mercenary, great fighter in his prime.
I just hope he isnt doing a Tyson and just putting his body and mind on the line to pay off his debts.
Nice to see Tua back in boxing. One of the few Boxers left that I would cancel my Saturday night plans to stay home and watch.
YouTube - tua vs cameron 031009
Originally Posted by Frenzal
check out his last fight vs cameron, he looks as fast and powerful as he always was. i dont think 36 is too old for a HW, especially not one with his style of boxing.
I watched it.
Even shelled out the $40 or whatever it was which, considering i didn't watch f'all of the prelims, makes the fight about $10 a minute, lol.
And yeah he did look good, real good, but he always has and always will when fights only go a few rounds.
I don't know enough about boxing to speculate as to who he might fight next, but if it's someone who can make it competitive for a few rounds and then David still knocks 'em out then I'll be won over.
i didnt understand why anyone would pay for it tbh, i dont get why anyone thought it would go past the first few rounds when it was apparent Tua meant business this time and wasnt gonna just show up for a paycheck.