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  • #46
    primetime, I'll give you a name to watch for , if you havent heard of him already, JOEL JULIO. He is a stud prospect and will be on BAD (Boxing after Dark) soon. Check him out, he will be a top fighter in a few years. I have been following him for about 2 years now and he has what it takes to be a top p4p guy.
    When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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    • #47
      Whenever their is a big time fight the scorecards are a freaking joke. Anyone see the Toney/Rahman fight, they messed up real bad... fixed.

      Thanks BoneKrusher^

      http://youtube.com/watch?v=6_j52DziMy4 (the man)
      http://youtube.com/watch?v=2g6S3Anto7c
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      • #48
        hey i was wondering does any 1 no w.e happend to diosbelys hurtado?

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        • #49
          Originally posted by primetime21335
          Originally posted by Rob Schubert
          I just hate how late the ppv's are on. I am f'n exhausted after watching them.
          LOL, yeah but it's allll about building the excitement for the fight. If you don't mind me asking how old are you and who are you watching the fight with?


          I'm j/w bc I'm 18 and I ussually watch the HBO and showtime fights with my dad and have a bunch of people over for the PPV fights that we actually DO get. Sometimes we have a bunch of people over for non-ppv fights too though like Corralles vs Castillo. (If Oscar fights Floyd I'm sure we'll get it).
          I am 17 and I always watch every one with my friend (we alternate buying), who is an amazing boxer in his own right. Us two are like the core guys and then for the really big ppv fights we have all of our friends. But for most fights just me and him(and sometimes his dad) watch because we are both really into it and dont want to have to deal with stupid questions from people who dont get it.
          When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
            Whenever their is a big time fight the scorecards are a freaking joke. Anyone see the Toney/Rahman fight, they messed up real bad... fixed.
            It's not always like that though. I was thinking the other day, you guys realize how much harder it is to judge a fight from ringside than from watching it from TV?


            Like we get EVERY angle and see every punch and if the ref gets in the way, we just change camera angles... I know the judges are AWWWWWFFFUUUUULLLLL sometimes, but without announcers guideing your influence and all the right angles, I could see how it would be more difficult to accurately score a fight.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
              Whenever their is a big time fight the scorecards are a freaking joke. Anyone see the Toney/Rahman fight, they messed up real bad... fixed.
              They didnt mess up. I had it scored for Toney, but that is just me. The judging is generally very good. There are just a few bad apples and people focus on those. The judges are very accurate for the most part.
              When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by Rob Schubert
                Originally posted by primetime21335
                Originally posted by Rob Schubert
                I just hate how late the ppv's are on. I am f'n exhausted after watching them.
                LOL, yeah but it's allll about building the excitement for the fight. If you don't mind me asking how old are you and who are you watching the fight with?


                I'm j/w bc I'm 18 and I ussually watch the HBO and showtime fights with my dad and have a bunch of people over for the PPV fights that we actually DO get. Sometimes we have a bunch of people over for non-ppv fights too though like Corralles vs Castillo. (If Oscar fights Floyd I'm sure we'll get it).
                I am 17 and I always watch every one with my friend (we alternate buying), who is an amazing boxer in his own right. Us two are like the core guys and then for the really big ppv fights we have all of our friends. But for most fights just me and him(and sometimes his dad) watch because we are both really into it and dont want to have to deal with stupid questions from people who dont get it.
                You have no idea how luck you are to have a friend that is in to boxing as much as you are... I introduce all of my friends to it but noone has gotten too too hooked yet.

                Gatti vs Ward 1 ussually gets people mighty excited though.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by LTgiants
                  hey i was wondering does any 1 no w.e happend to diosbelys hurtado?

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by primetime21335
                    Originally posted by M.O.T.H.
                    Whenever their is a big time fight the scorecards are a freaking joke. Anyone see the Toney/Rahman fight, they messed up real bad... fixed.
                    It's not always like that though. I was thinking the other day, you guys realize how much harder it is to judge a fight from ringside than from watching it from TV?


                    Like we get EVERY angle and see every punch and if the ref gets in the way, we just change camera angles... I know the judges are AWWWWWFFFUUUUULLLLL sometimes, but without announcers guideing your influence and all the right angles, I could see how it would be more difficult to accurately score a fight.
                    If you have ever been to a fight live and have had good seats it is totally different that tv. You tend to be able to guage power better than watching on tv. So, while one guy may seem to be landing more shots to the tv viever, the other fighter may be landing by far the more powerful and effective shots. Remember, boxing is scored with an emphasis on CLEAN, EFFECTIVE punching, not volume punching
                    When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by primetime21335
                      Originally posted by Rob Schubert
                      Originally posted by primetime21335
                      Originally posted by Rob Schubert
                      I just hate how late the ppv's are on. I am f'n exhausted after watching them.
                      LOL, yeah but it's allll about building the excitement for the fight. If you don't mind me asking how old are you and who are you watching the fight with?


                      I'm j/w bc I'm 18 and I ussually watch the HBO and showtime fights with my dad and have a bunch of people over for the PPV fights that we actually DO get. Sometimes we have a bunch of people over for non-ppv fights too though like Corralles vs Castillo. (If Oscar fights Floyd I'm sure we'll get it).
                      I am 17 and I always watch every one with my friend (we alternate buying), who is an amazing boxer in his own right. Us two are like the core guys and then for the really big ppv fights we have all of our friends. But for most fights just me and him(and sometimes his dad) watch because we are both really into it and dont want to have to deal with stupid questions from people who dont get it.
                      You have no idea how luck you are to have a friend that is in to boxing as much as you are... I introduce all of my friends to it but noone has gotten too too hooked yet.

                      Gatti vs Ward 1 ussually gets people mighty excited though.
                      My friend loves Gatti, he is his favorite fighter. He doesnt fight like him at all though which is kind of strange.
                      When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by LTgiants
                        Originally posted by LTgiants
                        hey i was wondering does any 1 no w.e happend to diosbelys hurtado?
                        http://boxrec.com/boxer_display.php?boxer_id=6093
                        When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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                        • #57
                          Just as I stick up for the judges, one bonehead gives the ouma rubio fight to rubio even though kassim won 10 out of 12 on most scorecards. Kassim still won a SD though
                          When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by Rob Schubert
                            Originally posted by LTgiants
                            Originally posted by LTgiants
                            hey i was wondering does any 1 no w.e happend to diosbelys hurtado?
                            http://boxrec.com/boxer_display.php?boxer_id=6093
                            thanks i was just wondering since i had one of his shirts but i didnt remember seeing him fight in a while

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                            • #59
                              fight should begin shortly, like 15 min because they have to do intros and nat anthem
                              When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by primetime21335
                                Originally posted by Rob Schubert
                                Originally posted by primetime21335
                                Originally posted by Rob Schubert
                                I just hate how late the ppv's are on. I am f'n exhausted after watching them.
                                LOL, yeah but it's allll about building the excitement for the fight. If you don't mind me asking how old are you and who are you watching the fight with?


                                I'm j/w bc I'm 18 and I ussually watch the HBO and showtime fights with my dad and have a bunch of people over for the PPV fights that we actually DO get. Sometimes we have a bunch of people over for non-ppv fights too though like Corralles vs Castillo. (If Oscar fights Floyd I'm sure we'll get it).
                                I am 17 and I always watch every one with my friend (we alternate buying), who is an amazing boxer in his own right. Us two are like the core guys and then for the really big ppv fights we have all of our friends. But for most fights just me and him(and sometimes his dad) watch because we are both really into it and dont want to have to deal with stupid questions from people who dont get it.
                                You have no idea how luck you are to have a friend that is in to boxing as much as you are... I introduce all of my friends to it but noone has gotten too too hooked yet.

                                Gatti vs Ward 1 ussually gets people mighty excited though.
                                You have to pick a good 1st fight. I love boxing,but some fights can be brutal to watch, and a first time viewer will be turned off. If emanuel augustus is ever on FNF on ESPN watch that with one of your friends, he is always entertaining.
                                When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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