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I'd bring you one of those no matter what. I'm kind of over my imperial stout phase unless they're barrel aged, and then only once in a while. Plus I like them more in colder weather anyway for some reason.

Right now I've really been into hefeweizens and trippels, but that's another matter for the beer thread.

Make sure you're keeping up with the turmoil on Kodi. Some of those repositories, or whatever they're called, are being shut down. They do tend to pop up elsewhere, though.

Never classify anything as a sure fire win. I had 5 dipsh*t friends who did that for the first Tyson-Holyfield. Three fled at the end before I could collect...trying to find them afterwards was like trying to find D.B. Cooper or Amelia Earhart. Not a proportionate mismatch but similar in that we were all led to think Iron Mike was going to pound Evander's face like a veal cutlet when in fact he was not what he once was.


I am up on the Kodi game... all of our setups still work (well we have to change them accordingly).

Man people got enamored by the power and aura of Tyson... My dad a big boxing fan always said "I love to watch Tyson fight but as soon as he runs into someone that isn't immediately scared of him from entering the ring and has a decent jab with good countering he's done for"

So as a kid I loved watching Tyson fight too but never bought into the aura cause my dad had already told me what time of day it is.
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If you haven't done the SpinzTV Hard Nox build for Kodi yet then you aint using it right lol


Everyone has their own thing man... we don't use that but I am aware of it... I like the build I have better.
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translation: i don't like cocky all time great winners?


Hell even Tebow (Yoda's all time favorite player of all time) was a Cocky SOB when it came to his skills... why else you think he would never try another position.
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translation: i don't like cocky all time great winners?


I'm pretty sure I made my point. I love cockiness in a guy. You don't get any cockier than Connor. He's the m*******n Ali of the MMA right now. So cocky--that he went to another sport to fight what people think is one of the greatest boxing punch dodgers in history.

So yeah--let's all pay lots of money to watch Mcgregor throw bombs that will miss 9 times out of 10. Ima be there watching just like you. But Let's put some perspective on this: Connor is the braver, bigger man coming over to FLOYD's den to fight. Not the other way around. In the big picture--man vs man---we all know Connor is a loaded weapon who would f*** his day up in 30 seconds in the octagon---I highly doubt he comes to the octagon to fight and why would he when his paying minions love watching him dodge punches
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Can somebody talk to me a little about Kodi or give me some direction as how to study it myself? I'd love to consider it
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Yoda, I have a friend who sells Android boxes and I will get you a deal if you want (VSM is supposed to have one by now but we miss each other on it all the time.).

Other than that there are plenty of resources out there on youtube that will show you how to do it yourself.
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Everyone has their own thing man... we don't use that but I am aware of it... I like the build I have better.


Which build are you using? I'm using OneAliiance. It's a solid build, self updates and clears cache every day. But I'm open to trying another.

Yoda gets a Fire Stick or Android box, he won't leave the house. Frenchie will threaten him and he won't hear her...all tunnel visioned on stupid stuff like rugby from New Zealand or cricket from Sri Lanka. Tread lightly on this one. I just googled how to install Kodi on Fire Stick and I was off to the races inside of a half hour.

Tyson was dominant and unbeatable until his first trainer, Cus D'Amato, passed away. Then his boxing skills, whatever they may have been, went away fast. Whoever took over must've just told him why bother with that when you can dispatch a guy with one uppercut.

The decline of his skills was very obvious, even though he got away with it against a lot of chumps...then Douglas (which was as much due to Tyson not training properly and not getting to Japan early enough to adjust to the time change as it was Douglas sheer will), and Holyfield -- who, let's be honest, had the ability to box with him and tie him up but also was as dirty as they come -- both these guys took him into the later rounds and he ran out of gas.

Considering the life he's had, it's quite a feat for him to have rebounded the way he has, actually. 
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Agree on Tyson... also to that point you must see that anyone making a Tyson and Connor comparison is plain foolish.

For all the reasons y'all hate Mayweather remember this. As far as his sport and craft he is a true professional. He doesn't smokr or do drugs so no lean for him. He doesn't drink (very very rarely) he stays in shape and trains year round. He stays at fighting weight (never having to come down 30 to 50lbs like many fighters) and like many of your favorite political stance he's super conservative in the ring.

You hate him because you don't like his personality but don't be a fool game recognize game. When it comes to boxing he's one of the most professional there is. If Tyson had Floyd's regimine he probably would be walked away undefeated.

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Don't listen to us.... Listen to one of your Hero's

http://www.totalprosports.com/2017/06/27/manny-pacquiao-conor-mcgregor-has-no-chance-against-floyd-mayweather-in-boring-fight/
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NO.

I dislike Mayweather because his fighting style is the equivalent of watching a country defend itself against nuclear war by firing smoke bombs to deflect the incoming missiles into another country. It is boring and counterintuitive to the notion that the best defense is a good offense.

And he's a d*ck that likes to hit women who for some reason upset his snowflake a*s. So your girl cheated on you, tell her to leave and be done with it. Dude likes to pop people who get on his nerves, I'm slightly surprised that he hasn't paid the iron price in a town like Vegas where old school mafia still has a presence and Tupac got killed one block west of the Strip.

Just because I like watching Pacquiao fight doesn't mean I like his personal views. I'm essentially a hedonist...do what makes you feel good as long as it harms no one. Manny was better off clockin' hoes and partying. I have Filipino friends who tell me that his wife ruined him in that aspect cos she made him change his heathen ways and she is disliked by the Pinoy community...they call her Stinky Jinkee lol.

Pac is dying to fight Floyd again anyway so he would certainly hope that MacGregor fails, as it would potentially open the door to him getting a rematch. A Mayweather loss would mean, well...a trilogy of fights against the Irishman in which both make 100 million plus a pop.

Floyd ain't that bright, man. If he were, he'd be taking that Marcellus Wallace advice: "The night of the fight, you might feel a slight sting. That's pride, f**kin with ya...F*CK pride. Pride only hurts, it never helps." He'd let himself get beat and fight a couple more times to make that nest egg.

I couldn't care less if Floyd Mayweather is devoted to his craft. Lots of guys partied and raised hell in their respective sports and still were top shelf on game day. He's just vermin outside of the ring and cowardly inside of it.

Give me a guy like Conor any day who looks to put you on your a*s. Winning in the eyes of the judges, as corrupt and myopic as most of them have proven to be over the years, is a fool's errand. Knock a guy out and leave no doubt whatsoever. 

Compare it to football. Better to win 56-0 than 9-7. Boring defensive games send people channel surfing to other things.

You and I will have to disagree on this one. Mayweather has been a blight on the sport for nearly 20 years in my eyes. Thankfully, he's the last of his kind, as pure boxers who do nothing but dip, duck, dive and dodge are not rewarded much any more, neither in terms of prestige fights and victories nor lucrative purses. He has zero killer instinct and even Ali, who was the greatest ever, at least looked to finish a guy once he had him befuddled. Mayweather finds solace in unanimous decisions, which is abysmal and pathetic to me. The sport would be better off if someone would knock him out and prove that the less is more strategy is untenable.

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His nest egg is worth a few hundred million. I'd say he's OK.
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His nest egg is worth a few hundred million. I'd say he's OK.


And you know very well that the sports world is littered with guys who have blown their millions. Maybe not with that kind of money, but when you start buying homes, cars, boats, jets, etc., it costs money to maintain them.

I am not one hundred percent sure if or how boxers get paid beyond the actual fight purse, but I don't think they get paid in perpetuity like musicians do these days in the era of streaming. No one's making anything off reruns. And there's no pension system I'm aware of like NFL players receive once they are vested.

Floyd owns a lotta stuff. I would think he's invested well but stock market volatility is not something I'd want to gamble on much, maybe he's got it all in some conservative growth mutuals, idk. So at some point how do you justify homes here and there, a whole bunch of cars, a staff of people for montoring and upkeep of it all, etc.

I can't see why he has a great reason to take this fight if he doesn't need the money, unless he figures it's a layup and the easiest 100 million he'll ever make.

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And you know very well that the sports world is littered with guys who have blown their millions. Maybe not with that kind of money, but when you start buying homes, cars, boats, jets, etc., it costs money to maintain them.

I am not one hundred percent sure if or how boxers get paid beyond the actual fight purse, but I don't think they get paid in perpetuity like musicians do these days in the era of streaming. No one's making anything off reruns. And there's no pension system I'm aware of like NFL players receive once they are vested.

Floyd owns a lotta stuff. I would think he's invested well but stock market volatility is not something I'd want to gamble on much, maybe he's got it all in some conservative growth mutuals, idk. So at some point how do you justify homes here and there, a whole bunch of cars, a staff of people for montoring and upkeep of it all, etc.

I can't see why he has a great reason to take this fight if he doesn't need the money, unless he figures it's a layup and the easiest 100 million he'll ever make.



A couple things different with him... as bold and brash as he is and he definitely flaunts money I think that is all a guise... Yeah he owns (or leases) all those high priced cars then they get written off at tax time because they are apart of his Money Mayweather Brand.  In getting with Al Haymon I think Floyd is safe... He is probably doing most of the investing.  Most pros go broke not just from lavish spending but from trust guys who are not savory characters.  See the Clinton Portis story below.  

I have noticed that many of Bob Arum's fighters (Manny included) have financial issues and there is a reason for that.  Haymon is savvy conservative and a hermit... to the point you probably would be hard pressed to even find a picture of him on the internet.  Although people always talk about him and thank him (he is the promoter for the New Edition tour and other than them telling you that you wouldn't know).

I think he is taking this fight for a few reasons
1. Its easy money... Easy 100M (even if he loses which he won't its another 100M)
2. It will make him 50-0 pretty easy without going against one of the up and comers or top fighters in his class.  Those fights would have been more difficult for him and potentially a high risk of loss or even KO who knows which is why he chose to originally go out fighting Berto.  That was a an easy and boring fight.


https://www.si.com/nfl/2017/06/28/clinton-portis-financial-ruin-where-are-they-now?xid=nl_siextra&utm_source=si.com&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=si-extra&utm_content=2017062811AM
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In the realm of alpha males however---we're talking about Billy bad a** skills to make a man piss in his pants--Floyd doesn't hold a candle to our more well-rounded Englishman with a mouth.
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That Englishman that is about to lose to the one who can't hold a candle to him... makes sense.
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Captain Obvious---let's see Mayweather's ju-jitsu and grappling ability in a rematch in the octagon cage. We'd be saying the same thing about the great punch dodger. I'd give anything to see him on the ground getting choked out.
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Captain Obvious---let's see Mayweather's ju-jitsu and grappling ability in a rematch in the octagon cage. We'd be saying the same thing about the great punch dodger. I'd give anything to see him on the ground getting choked out.


The same reason I would not challenge Usain Bolt to a race is the same reason you would never see this happening.  A smart man knows his depths and limits and never over reaches... Connor is over reaching (for a paycheck bigger than all of his combined from UFC to date) mind you but he is out of his depth and league in a square boxing ring.

Floyd is smart enough to stay within the 4 corners... your guy selling out for money and that is cool with you.
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Yoda give up brother...CM winning in the ring would be like a guy thats never played college football thinking he has a prayer of making in it on an NFL team let alone succeeding at a very high level
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Yoda give up brother...CM winning in the ring would be like a guy thats never played college football thinking he has a prayer of making in it on an NFL team let alone succeeding at a very high level


These guys might have something to say about this:

http://www.cheatsheet.com/sports/the-5-best-nfl-players-who-didnt-go-to-college.html/?a=viewall


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Im a CM fan---I love and prefer MMA over touché style of boxing that's akin to fencing. Not like what we grew up seeing. That's the sport that Mayweather should branch out to next--Not MMA. He's probably smarter than CM to know he couldn't make it on the floor with a grappling striker like CM. But that doesn't deter me from rooting for my boy to get a few shots in on that chump. I know we gonna lose the dodge/punches landed category but hopefully we can land a few on the chin nicely--maybe a black eye.
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Im a CM fan---I love and prefer MMA over touché style of boxing that's akin to fencing. Not like what we grew up seeing. That's the sport that Mayweather should branch out to next--Not MMA. He's probably smarter than CM to know he couldn't make it on the floor with a grappling striker like CM. But that doesn't deter me from rooting for my boy to get a few shots in on that chump. I know we gonna lose the dodge/punches landed category but hopefully we can land a few on the chin nicely--maybe a black eye.


When is the last time an established top rank boxer got a few chin shots or a black eye on Floyd?

Maidana or Cotto pushed him the most... he still won.  Cotto or Maidana would murk CM in the boxing ring.
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in the words of the great roy jones "y'all must've forgot"
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Those guys were tiny compared to Connor. But Connor won't be able to handle such an accurate striker.
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If they get the judges from the Pac-Horn fight, McGregor has a great chance...
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This 4 city hype event----So hilarious. Mcgegor went Eminem on him today. Just insane
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So basically McGregor is acting like Floyd did back in the day... and y'all respect that... Got it... Makes sense.
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Hmmmm... "Dance for me boy" might be one of the most racist exchanges a black and white person can have (especially in the South... Especially in Florida)

But Connor is y'alls boy got it... makes sense.
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My reason for not liking Mayweather is that I don't like his boxing style, and I don't find him entertaining.

My reason for liking, excuse me LOVING CM is exactly the opposite. I see the interjection of race in this bout is sad but expected. People use poor choices of words all the time that doesn't make them racist.

If you wanna feel that way about him I'm sure that gives you every reason to root against him. I just wanna see CM put one on his chin. That's all! Go CM!
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Put yours money where mouth is... any of you who legit think the Irish man has any seed of chance bet it up.

Hell we don't even have to bet on who wins.  I say The phony will not win 2 rounds.

If you truly believe in this great white hype let it be known and bet me up.

If no one takes me up on this I will assume your all offering lip service and don't even believe the words that are coming out of your mouth.


I'd be happy to make a bet that McGregor will last longer than anyone on this board would w Klitschko!

Heck Klitchko will put me to sleep inside of 2 rounds just by watching his boring self
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I don't like either guy (I'm a Nate Diaz fan) but the difference is clear: Mayweather has history of abusing women, McGregor doesn't. Race doesn't have a thing to do with cheering against woman beaters.
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My reason for not liking Mayweather is that I don't like his boxing style, and I don't find him entertaining. My reason for liking, excuse me LOVING CM is exactly the opposite. I see the interjection of race in this bout is sad but expected. People use poor choices of words all the time that doesn't make them racist. If you wanna feel that way about him I'm sure that gives you every reason to root against him. I just wanna see CM put one on his chin. That's all! Go CM!


Yeah... Just because its a sporting event doesn't mean I have to pick a side to root for.  I am not rooting for anyone in this fight just my logical boxing fan sense tells me one guy has no shot.  Who wins matters not to me to be honest I just know what is going to happen here.

In a way though I feel like Connor is a sellout for $$$ and he is using all the devices of Hollywood (even adding racial tension) in an attempt to raise his purse.  To me that makes him a despicable human being.  Yeah Floyd aint no saint either far from it.  Which is why I could careless... Mutual KO would be nice.
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I'd be happy to make a bet that McGregor will last longer than anyone on this board would w Klitschko! Heck Klitchko will put me to sleep inside of 2 rounds just by watching his boring self


LOL, yeah he is a worldclass trained athlete... We are coaches, fans and parents... I am sure he would out last any of us in the ring with anyone from any sport at any weight class.
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I don't like either guy (I'm a Nate Diaz fan) but the difference is clear: Mayweather has history of abusing women, McGregor doesn't. Race doesn't have a thing to do with cheering against woman beaters.


Nah... But if you said a "You tell em" or "HELL YEA" when he said "Dance for me boy" you might want to have some deep reflection on your own feelings in-regards to race... Whether that was planned or scripted.

If you think that is okay to say next time your in the weight room say that to one of your African American players... and see don't you be in the news the next day.
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Nah... But if you said a "You tell em" or "HELL YEA" when he said "Dance for me boy" you might want to have some deep reflection on your own feelings in-regards to race... Whether that was planned or scripted.

If you think that is okay to say next time your in the weight room say that to one of your African American players... and see don't you be in the news the next day.


I do see what you mean and I cringed soon as he said it. I even texted my buddies before the presser: "what are the odds Conor says or does something racially insensitive just by not knowing he lay of the land language wise in the states?" You have to admit tho, it's not the same as if I, as a white southerner said it, when I grew up in south, and know what that language means and how it carries here. I would have no excuse for that kind of language. McGregor grew up in Ireland, and they call eachother (other white Irish lads I mean) boy over there too, so idk if he's as privy to the connotations it carries stateside. There was an American fighter named Marcus Davis whose nickname was "the Irish Hand Grenade," and when he fought in Ireland (can't remember what city) they asked him not to walk out to that nickname cus it was insensitive to their history. Sometimes you accidentally step on some toes when you cross those cultural borders. Or maybe Conor is just a hard down racist, I dunno, and I don't really feel a need to defend him per se. I never picked up on any of that when he fought Aldo, Holloway, Diaz, Mendes or the other non-white men he fought.
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In the very country where you can't talk about anything close to race, religion, or politics because Americans are very hyper sensitive and look for any boo boo that a man says. Any intelligent foreigner knows this coming into this country. Stay AWAY from these topics with Americans they can't handle it
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No your wrong Bo, you can talk about it.. dialogue it and discuss... You just don't go down the hall way saying N word C word Wet, Sp, Ch etc etc etc etc... Discussing it and out right calling someone a racial epatath are 2 completely different things... You can ask Perspective or Warriorfan when it comes to me we me we can discuss race relations anytime.  Love to hear different perspectives from different walks of life.
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Dude I'm dying rolling on the ground laughing at this news conference in Toronto right now. My god this guy is out of his mind. This is crazy!
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He just said it again
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He is dismantling this guy's lifestyle it is absolutely insane
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Umm--Mayweather for sure has got to be chomping at the bit to go at this guy after Toronto....this is embarrassing
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Umm--CM just completely obliterated Showtime and Floyd--and his team. It was so bad--so bad I may have to switch over to Team Floyd. I feel bad for Floyd, but he played the heel perfectly. It's so insane these hype events you can see that they're acting it out
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The press tour will be more exciting than the fight.
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You guys are such Debbie Downers! Enjoy this--it's fun! I'm pretty sure Floyd's victory validates your boxing expertise you have ZERO to worry about!
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How many rounds is this fight? If it's 12 I can see Connor getting very tired. He'll blow his wad chasing and chasing and chasing. Then after about round 6 he'll start to get tagged, a lot.
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All I know is dude owes the IRS 30 million, and I'd rather owe that much to my wife's mobbed up relatives than to them. We now know beyond much of a doubt why he's fighting again.
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How many rounds is this fight? If it's 12 I can see Connor getting very tired. He'll blow his wad chasing and chasing and chasing. Then after about round 6 he'll start to get tagged, a lot.


Yeah, only way I see Floyd finishing Conor is TKO a gassed out, punched out Conor on the ropes. Conor's got a chin, I don't think even most MMA people realize how punchable Conor is.
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You guys are such Debbie Downers! Enjoy this--it's fun! I'm pretty sure Floyd's victory validates your boxing expertise you have ZERO to worry about!


Nah man I just know when someone is pissing on my shoes and telling me its raining... Floyd and Connor look like friends doing their best WWE NWO WCW impression.
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Cannot believe the amount of cursing they are allowing at these press conferences. I understand a little but even Dana White is dropping f-bombs every other word. They sound like idiots.
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Cannot believe the amount of cursing they are allowing at these press conferences. I understand a little but even Dana White is dropping f-bombs every other word. They sound like idiots.


GET OFF MY GRASS!!
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You might as well have Obama vs Trump in the ring
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