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Thursday, August 2, 2007
As I sit watching a fight on the boob tube I got to thinking, is there really any good fights anymore? I really don't think there is? Shane Mosley and Oscar Delahoya could be consider greats, but they are not heavy weights. Roy Joy Jr, fought heavy weights, but he was a pretender and in my opinion can not really be considered a "true heavy weight." I grew up watching Mike Tyson, but I would of loved to see Joe Frazier and Mohammad Ali in their prime. What would be your dream fight you would love to see?

May the force be with you, SportsDork
posted by SportsDork36 @ 8:33 PM  
  • At August 2, 2007 at 8:55 PM, Anonymous SportsDorksWifey said…

    Who in their right mind would ever want to go get the hell beat out of them on live tv? I dont care how much money its for? Obviously, they are not in their right mind. I do not see how this is even considered a sport. Its completly idiotic! And that freak Tyson biting the guys ear off, what a total pyscho! Complete nut job if you ask me. Boxing is stupid, no point in this sport at all. Lets teach our kids how to go out and beat the crap out of each other, great idea!! I could see something like Karate, that teaches you discipline and self defense, but boxing? What the hell? Poor SportsDork, married someone who has absolute no interest in sports, lol. You need to write some blogs about make up lol.

  • At August 3, 2007 at 9:58 AM, Blogger Kymerean said…

    Who in there right mind? Me. I spent almost 10 years of my life in the ring. From 8-18 years of age, I was at the top throughout my whole career and I did it as an amateur, so Wifey that means I did it for free. Who in there right mind, indeed. lol. So you bring up Karate, teaches self-discipline and self defense. Sure it does, so does boxing. I trained kids to box while living in Chicago, and I must say I took children that had nothing and didn't care about nothing, and made them feel good about themselves and the opponents they faced. Boxing is a sport, but its also a way of life. And by the way have you ever noticed that sometimes after a pro fight those bruises aren't very bright. Could be makeup wifey.

  • At August 3, 2007 at 11:41 AM, Anonymous SportsDorksWifey said…

    Ha, well that is what boxing must be good for. The make up companies testing their products on the dumbass who is all bruised up! See how well it covers :) Well its good that you liked it so well. But I just do not consider it a sport. As long as it keeps kids off the street and keeps them interested than I am all for it, just dont see the point in it. ;)What is so fun about getting knocked out? Not only that, getting your ego bruised?

  • At August 3, 2007 at 12:20 PM, Blogger Kymerean said…

    As I said I was at the top throughout my career, so I wouldn't know about getting knocked out or getting my ego bruised. There are a lot of things labeled sport that you wouldn't consider a sport I am sure but it is what it is. As far as makeup companies testing products I think they should stick to bunnies and mice and leave the real men alone.

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