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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 6:05 am 
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The kid is good.
Mike Pantangco VS Richard Marcotte

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rEoHnIFWzc


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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 8:08 am 
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[quote="Thunder_knuckles"]The kid is good.
Mike Pantangco VS Richard Marcotte

bro. thunder click mo una yung youtube makikita mo sa top left ng message board tapos copy paste yung link lagay mo sa gitna nang you tube kunin mo yung s sa https para makita, tama ba instructions ko? hehe labo


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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 9:52 am 
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BDJr wrote:
I admire his compassion and good sportsmanship. However, I think he tapped out too early. He should have scored at least 1 knock down before tapping out. How does Pantangco actually "know" that he is going to dominate his opponent if he hasn't scored 1 knock down or put him into a submission hold? Yes, it appears that Pantangco was going to win at the rate the fight was going but it was too soon to say. There have been plenty of fights where a guy is being dominated then out of nowhere throws a killer kick or killer punch and returns with a knockout. Pantangco may have generated world wide attention with this move but he's not going to win a lot of fights if he keeps tapping out while ahead on points. Probably once he starts getting paid good money, as opposed to nothing for this amateur fight, then he'll start knocking out opponents more often. But this just shows what good heart he has. This fight had the opposite effect of Roberto Duran's "No Mas" call against Sugar Ray Leonard in that Duran has been ridiculed while Patangco has been praised.



i think he mentioned about the late replacement! that's why he said he was not trained for that guy and the guy was not trained for him.

we don't really know the story. if those "know it all EXFARTS" have their own experience in street fighting or in any fight then i'll respect their opinion else WTF!


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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 1:11 pm 
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Thanks Reynerose.


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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 3:38 pm 
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Thunder_knuckles wrote:
Thanks Reynerose.

single yan, brad.


















































































jowk lang. :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 5:18 pm 
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This shouldn't happen.
The referee is supposed to save the outclassed fighter.
If the fighter is pity of the opponent, why don't he take some punches for free?
I'll feel bad if I'm the outclassed opponent because I'd rather die in the ring making a living and for the love of the sport.
Just my opinion.

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 6:45 pm 
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navi85gator wrote:
IMO he should've KO'ed his opponent just to have some
fighters respect. People have different perceptions and
opinions on things depending on what environment he/she
grew up in and how he is taught back when he/she was a kid.

Almost, if not all of these fighters grew up in a very rough environment.
These guys are prepared to be punched and punch back. This is
their life. So if you do that to an unknown fighter, I think you are
taking away his credential as a fighter and you are taking away what
might be his way of helping his family and live through the rough life
he grew up living.

But then again, as I watched the video, his opponent didn't train well
and doesn't have the will to fight. He is just there to survive and get
paid. And maybe, just maybe, this little Filipino knew what this guy felt.
Sometimes there's a little more to the story than the news itself.

Just my 2 cents though. :peace:



psi wrote:
This shouldn't happen.
The referee is supposed to save the outclassed fighter.
If the fighter is pity of the opponent, why don't he take some punches for free?
I'll feel bad if I'm the outclassed opponent because I'd rather die in the ring making a living and for the love of the sport.
Just my opinion.


Same sentiments here sir! :)

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PostPosted: Sun May 25, 2014 6:51 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 5:15 am 
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psi wrote:
This shouldn't happen.
The referee is supposed to save the outclassed fighter.
If the fighter is pity of the opponent, why don't he take some punches for free?
I'll feel bad if I'm the outclassed opponent because I'd rather die in the ring making a living and for the love of the sport.
Just my opinion.


No Money in it he said. they are amateurs.


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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 8:50 am 
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i salute this mma fighter. but on the other hand, just to argue and see the other side of the story. this guy's act is a somewhat a selfish act. if he is that compassionate, he can just carry the other just to finish the rounds, just like what MP does to Margarito/Rios thus about giving your opponent a glorious defeat. Selfish in the sense that he only take into consideration his emotion. How about those guys that stand behind him? His corner? His trainer? They woke up early in the morning to train you, to run with you, the mitt and sparring sessions? They also put their time, sweat and blood didn't they? These guys invested a lot to this fighter. And just throw it all away.

To sum it up: MMA is not for this guy.

Just a thought: "What if this guy became a trainer, then his guy dominates the fight and suddenly he throws the towel to the rescue." - stupid isn't it? :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 8:59 am 
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Nice!.......wala nga naman pera sa amateur.....kung tinuloy nya yung fight baka abono pa sa pagpapagamot...


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PostPosted: Mon May 26, 2014 9:11 am 
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tapping out to spare your opponent any more punishment, somewhat cocky and humiliating act.


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