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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 12:53 am 
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read this article guys: http://www.boxingconfidential.com/articles.php?id=1301

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 12:57 am 
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Thanks for sharing bro.


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Mexicans sucha big loosers because they know Solis is gonna loose and no Mexican alive in super featherweigh that can beat Pacquiao :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 1:02 am 
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dUDZ_PLAcE wrote:
read this article guys: http://www.boxingconfidential.com/articles.php?id=1301

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there were at least two fights in the stands...
i.e. outside the scheduled match ups by top rank.

there was this big looking big (close to 300 lbs) black kid against a fairly big mexican in his mid 30's... they were both escorted to the gate after an interesting brawl on the stand.

the boy's clothes were all torn as he walked along with the cops.

another commotion was noticed on the opposite stand.

:biglaugh:


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it really proves that we filipinos are more respectable people, remember the Larios fight? even though he lost we still gave him the warmest applause and giving him utmost respect... tsk tsk...


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dUDZ_PLAcE wrote:
it really proves that we filipinos are more respectable people, remember the Larios fight? even though he lost we still gave him the warmest applause and giving him utmost respect... tsk tsk...


right on. just goes to show what kind of breeding, or lack of it, the involved people had


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 2:00 am 
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mrsuave87 wrote:
Mexicans sucha big loosers because they know Solis is gonna loose and no Mexican alive in super featherweigh that can beat Pacquiao :lol:


There are good Mexicans and there are bad Mexicans. Very few are as accommodating and welcoming as Filipinos.


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where's the security??? those homo habilis' should have been sent out of the arena :evil:

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 4:04 am 
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dUDZ_PLAcE wrote:
read this article guys: http://www.boxingconfidential.com/articles.php?id=1301

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I did a pay back by banging my sexy chicana friend and I bang her hard !
she was wondering why a was so angry and rough I told her you can thank your people for this . She was very thankful ...


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...the man who threw beer is lucky, he did it in the state. if it was done in the philippines he should have been beaten black and blue by the expectators...


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Being Mexican myself I'll be the first to admit that once we have a few drinks in us we can tend to get a bit on the rowdy side especially when emotions are involved and as you know Mexicans are very emotional about boxing. If you have ever seen footage of a sold out soccer game in Mexico you'll know what I'm talking about. Fires in the stands, occasional riots, fights, etc. It's all fueled by booze. Now I don't speak on the behalf of Mexicans but after reading this story I'm not that surprised of that kind of behavior. Please don't hold that against the Mexican people though.


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You see examples of this kind of behavior from people of all races at major sporting events. It's not a trait held only by the Mexican people.


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I'm not surprise.. they are natural sourgrape losers. They were crying in vain coz another mexi-fighters was whopped that night. :swordplay:


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2007 6:00 am 
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Its all good paclanders... Manny did knock solis out silly right ? :lol:
And those cretins paid good money that will benefit Pacman so its all GOOOD.


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mxcnpac fan wrote:
Being Mexican myself I'll be the first to admit that once we have a few drinks in us we can tend to get a bit on the rowdy side especially when emotions are involved and as you know Mexicans are very emotional about boxing. If you have ever seen footage of a sold out soccer game in Mexico you'll know what I'm talking about. Fires in the stands, occasional riots, fights, etc. It's all fueled by booze. Now I don't speak on the behalf of Mexicans but after reading this story I'm not that surprised of that kind of behavior. Please don't hold that against the Mexican people though.


I remember years ago -- during world cup game between USA and mexico = When Mexico lost the game -- Mexican fans staring to threw "human defacations" at the field -- aiming at US soccer players --


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