jaxvid said:werewolf said:So boxers and boxing fans have to put up with all that crap, and idiotic infantile boxing forums besides!ww
How true! The "sweet science" indeed, populated by the dumbest scientists in history.
Wrestling is more entertaining then boxing right now. At least in wrestling the fighters fight (even if faked) they don't hang on each other for 10 rounds. Also wrestling is not afraid to have black guys get punished by white fighters, they understand there are fans that love to see that and so they play it up. Compare that to boxing which is loathe to allow any credit to good white fighters and is in collective denial that whites are dominating the game. It's all part of the "master plan" but refreshingly pro-wrestling has managed to avoid that. kudo's to Vince McMahon (even if he is a d!ck head) for avoiding the PC dogma.
web toughguy said:Samuel peter is good but nothing special he is very strong has a iron chin and possess a heavy clubing type arsenal of punches he lacks explosion in his attacks like klitchko who beat him. I think that to beat him you need to be quick and out box him believe it or not i think tarius bidenko would have a chance or just a iron jawed toughguy like chaguev to take him in the trenches could be the answer. The hbo media hype machine paint him as some ruthless animal he aint ruthless.
Blue Devils said:The Chambers-Peter match was awful and to think the DWFs will praise Chambers for such a performanceChambers could have done a whole lot more if he'd let his hands go. In fact most of the top 10 heavies would have knocked out that 265 pound version of Peter.
Povetkin's resume looks even better now that his past victim Chambers defeated Peter. In contrast to Haye's resume taking a serious hit when Enzo Maccarinelli got knocked out by a guy who only had 5 knockouts in 17 fights.
Sean said:However, most "experts" still say that Chambers was beating Povetkin until he took his foot off the gas or some such nonsense.
JD1986 said:Sean said:However, most "experts" still say that Chambers was beating Povetkin until he took his foot off the gas or some such nonsense.
The Jewish "experts" at the Ring and ESPN are, as usual, not being completely honest.
Chambers was only doing well in the first THREE rounds (he may have won two of the first three). In the fourth round Povetkin began to really dominate! Chambers didn't like being hit by Povetkin's combinations, so he went into a shell defensive mode and stopped throwing counter punches.
It would be great if Koeber would knock Rahman out of the top 50, Kretschmann would take out Williams, Pala would fight and defeat Sprott, etc.whiteathlete33 said:I looked at the heavyweight rankings on boxrec. There are still many "bruvas" in the top 50. I count 25 blacks or so in the top 50. I wasn't sure on a few guys so I may be one or two off. There are a few hispanics and 1 or 2 Polynesians. I count 20 whites in the top 50.