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He's a proven goalscorer in the 3rd league of English football.

If Arteta, Cahill, Pienaar, Rodwell and Fellaini can't feed him, then no-one can.



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In my years at Millwall I've seen good support. From early days to Wembley, 'wall have never let me down. But in the back of my mind I want them to be as passionate as Leeds fans. When we go up there we all look forward to seeing proper support, and start getting excited when we see the signs for Leeds. It's not that I'm embaressed by the Millwall fans, they do scream and shout, but I wish they could be a bit more like Leeds fans. - Neil Harris 09/08/10

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Fuck off with your shit northern monkey football team, we actually have a decent boxing thread going for a change.

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Boxing is definitely one of my favourite sports. It has both the competitive, skillful side, along with the wonderful untainted environment of one man v one man. No stupid F1 car technicians or other bs unrelated to the competitors.

Then add the bloodlust factor of seeing somebody getting battered.[./b] Big grin



[b]Doesn't seem to sit with your world view. Wink

Whatever though. Boxing is an awesome spectacle. Will probably buy the Haye/Harrison match.




So does putting two cocks or Staffs in the arena satisfy your bloodlust too?

After all, it is a voluntary choice made by the participants [animals].

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Sorry but boxing is amazing sport. It takes great skill and dedication and the fitness level required is simply unbelievable.

No one enters a sport like boxing without being aware of the risks. I take great satisfaction from boxing and watching boxing.



I don't deny that. Physical superiority certainly has its place amongst kindness and consideration, whoever has it.

Sparring and causing brain damage are two very different things, no?

Would you welcome physical abuse and then use it as a moral weapon when things don't go your way?

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So does putting two cocks or Staffs in the arena satisfy your bloodlust too?

After all, it is a voluntary choice made by the participants [animals].



Animals arrange fights?

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Animals arrange fights?



Meerkat Mansion clarified it for me.

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I don't deny that. Physical superiority certainly has its place amongst kindness and consideration, whoever has it.

Sparring and causing brain damage are two very different things, no?

Would you welcome physical abuse and then use it as a moral weapon when things don't go your way?



Boxing isn't just about physical superiority, in fact that is just a tiny part of it. It is about skill, technique and mental toughness. It is about opening your opponent up and not letting him land a punch.

We had a lad at our club when I was training who was smaller than any of us but we could not land a glove on him because he was such a clever boxer. He would bob and weave ducking every blow, in the end he would open you up because he had worn you out, exhaustion would set in and your guard would drop, then he would pick you off with lightening fast jabs. That had nothing to do with physical superiority, it was all about skill and speed.

Boxing changed me as a lad. I was 13 when I started, the youngest in my school year, a late developer and quite timid. Boxing toughened me up, made me more aggressive and taught me how to channel that aggression positively. Getting into a ring in front of a crowd of people takes real guts and builds character.

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[Edited by DMX on 06-11-2010 14:37 PM]

Juan Manuel Lopez v Rafael Marquez tonight!

Should be a great fight.



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Age 27
Total fights 29
Wins 29
Wins by KO 26
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Rafael Marquez

Age 35
Total fights 44
Wins 39
Wins by KO 35
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By Laz Izada - This Saturday night November 6, 2010 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas 27 year old Puerto Rican sensation Juan Manuel Lopez (29-0,26KO) puts his undefeated record and 126 LBS WBO Featherweight Title on the line against 35 year old Mexican legend and former 2 time champion Rafael Marquez(39-5,35 KO’s). This will be Juanma’s toughest opponent yet.

Marquez ranked #2 at featherweight by the WBO is best known by his 4 battles with Israel Vazquez, (between 2007-2010, winning 2 out of 4) their 2007-2008 battles were named fights of the year. His last fight was in May of this year when he defeated Vazquez by KO in the 3rd round. Now he faces Juanma for a 3rd world title.

Both fighters are predicting a victory by knockout presumably in the late rounds. Juama in 29 fights has 26 knockouts and has boxed 119 rounds with a strong 89.66% knockout ratio, while Marquez has had 44 bouts, winning 35 by knockout with 195 rounds boxed with a 79.55% knockout ratio. Juanma has never lost, while Marquez has been defeated 5 times 4 of them by KO. The most significant KO loss for Marquez was against Israel Vazquez in 2007, his 3 other KO defeats were before 2000 while he was younger and rising up perfecting his boxing skills..

Juanma has the height 5’7” to 5’ 5” and 69”to 68.5” reach advantage. Juanma is also a southpaw. Marquez has been sparring against southpaws for this matchup and has defeated 2 former credible southpaw champs by TKO Tim Austin in 2003 and Mark Johnson in 2002. His trainer Daniel Zaragoza a former champ is a southpaw.

Juanma has been very active the last few years rising to the top defeating the likes of Daniel Ponce de Leon TKO 2008, Olivier Lontchi 2009, Rogers Mtagwa 2009, Steven Luevano TKO January 2010 and most recently Bernabe Concepcion in July of 2010 by TKO in the 2nd round. Even though Marquez has a lot of experience (defending his IBF Bantamweight Title from 2003-2007) he has not been as active as Juanma only fighting once in 2010, 2009, and 2008.Defeating Israel Vazquez in 2008, 2010 and Jose Francisco Mendoza in 2009.

Most are predicting that Juanma being younger, stronger and quicker should defeat Marquez that will put up a good fight. Fight fans should remember that in Juanma’s last victory in July 2010 against Bernabe Concepcion he was knocked down by Concepcion in the 1st round then ended up defeating Concepcion in the 2nd round by TKO.

I’m predicting that Marquez with his experience will defeat Juanma by knockout; Juanma is suspect to a knockdown and KO it showed in his fight against Concepcion. While Marquez has been TKO’d by Vazquez in 2007 he came back and KO’d Vazquez in his last fight in May of 2010. I believe Israel Vazquez is a much better and tougher fighter than Bernable Concepcion and for that reason and the fight being in Vegas not Puerto Rico I give the edge to Marquez.





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