Wladimir Klitschko vs David Haye July 2011

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  1. white is right

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    He was claiming to need it to push off. That sounds like bs as the big toe is the De facto thumb of the foot. If that is broken then the foot becomes a stump. Haye is grasping for straws.... [​IMG]
     
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    Great find lost! Perfect. Vlad loosens up a little and in turns out he does have a sense of humor.
     
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    lost, that is a hilarious video!
     
  6. werewolf

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    [​IMG]

    Haye's foot looks barely human. Did he originally have seven toes? The
    big toe is just a stub. Does it even have a joint? The other toes
    look frail.
     
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    Wladimir is heavyweight champ, can speak five languages, has an advanced degree, and he's also pretty funny. Awesome stuff!
     
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    To me his foot looks like a cotton picker back in the day who had a long day in the fields picking cotton. His toes look swollen and tired from running for 12 rounds, not broken.
     
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    It's ridiculous that haye wants a rematch... I doubt there is going to much demand for one. That vdeo is classic.[​IMG]
     
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    I don't think so. That's not a working man's foot. A working man's foot is broad and strong. That's not a strong foot. That's a frail foot. The toes are weak and feeble. That's the foot of some kind of degenerated sub-human.
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    If Haye had an injured arm or injured foot then he'd have a case. An injured toe, especially the small one, is just ludicrous.
     
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    Dan Rafael, one of the few decent boxing writers, says he has been getting messages from Haye fans threatening to kill him and/or his family.[​IMG]
     
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    This ones good too :
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGd3AeDn_c4&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL
     
  14. werewolf

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGd3AeDn_c4&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL

    Excellent! Poor widdle Gaylord he hurted his poor widdle baby toe! I
    also remember how he "broke" his hand, but then he was waving it all
    around on that tv interview show the next day. People with real broken
    hands don't wave them around. I also remember how he hurted his poor
    widdle back, but didn't have any medical records to prove it, and high
    priced athletes always have medical records. Poor widdle cwy baby!
     
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    Great find, SpaceHillbilly! Kind proves that he is the biggest racist in boxing once again . Here are his supposed "favorite fighters."

    [h=3]KING'S ROLL OF HONOUR
    [/h]My all-time great, who I watched in awe: Sugar Ray Robinson
    My top five fighters after Robinson, all men who moved nations, even the world:
    Joe Louis
    Muhammad Ali
    Larry Holmes
    Julio Cesar Chavez
    Roberto Duran




    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/bo...ngmaster-hits-80-hes-fight.html#ixzz1VrGChYQI


    Not surprisingly four blacks and two hispanics.

    I'm sure the ****h-ead Haye would have done much better had the fight been in London or the US for that matter. Thankfully this pos King won't be around boxing for too much longer since he's already 80 years old.
     
  17. space hillbilly

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    Didn't Haye beat a white man in Germany (Valuev) by hiting him???
     
  18. whiteathlete33

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    Wow! I forgot about that one. Must be King's great "intelligence".
     

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