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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:27 pm 
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Other so-called "elite" boxers:

Randy Suico (#7 WBC lightweight)
Ciso Morales (#7 WBO super bantamweight)
Rey Bautista (#10 WBO super bantamweight,
Z Gorres (#3 WBO and #11 WBA super flyweight)
AJ Banal (#8 IBF and #9 WBA super flyweight)

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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 2:41 pm 
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a journey to a thousand miles begin with one step.

ali was a bum before..
so as sugar ray robinson..
manny pacquiao..
mike tyson..
oscar dela hoya..
etc..

until then they were called prospects....

rising stars....

and finally.. acknowledge as great fighters of all time..

from bum to bomb!! a great fighter may rise..

so stop your crabby brain before it will take you to nowhere..


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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 3:49 pm 
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donald08045 wrote:
ali was a bum before..
so as sugar ray robinson..
manny pacquiao..
mike tyson..
oscar dela hoya..
etc..


Muhammad Ali a bum before? Whoa... :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 3:59 pm 
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only in the phils.. prospects who loses will be labeled bum.. and those boxers fighting bums even though with a good record will be labeled as bums.. :D


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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
PostPosted: Wed Jan 14, 2009 6:07 pm 
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No offense meant to promoters, but they've paraded a disastrous undercards! Luckily, me, thony and checked haven't watch it live at the araneta as we planned to do. Otherwise, we could have ended up spitting in the aisles of the big dome... :biglaugh:

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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
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blueboy wrote:
LOLz

Last weekend's fight card ata Araneta Coliseum was big example not to trash talk Pinoy boxers we don't like. Concepcion huggers always trashing BoomBoom as Bum and opponents Bums as well. Entire fight card last Sunday was a big BUM. Where they now? Why so quiet? Silverbullet and his ilks so lucky many BoomBoom fans not like them!

:biglaugh: :mr.blue: :biglaugh:


otieno is not a bum he is a former wbc international 122 lbs champ... i hope a concepcion vs bautista bout must happen... hehe to settle who is the best 122 lbs in the philippines..

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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
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Israel Vasquez wrote:
who's the "BUM?" :lol:




You mean Bum Bum :)


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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 12:47 am 
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define BUM?

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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 1:29 am 
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el critico wrote:
where there's filipino fighters there's bums :biglaugh:

Yeah! include Manny Pacquiao on your list!


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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 4:37 am 
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donald08045 wrote:
a journey to a thousand miles begin with one step.

ali was a bum before..
so as sugar ray robinson..
manny pacquiao..
mike tyson..
oscar dela hoya..
etc..

until then they were called prospects....

rising stars....

and finally.. acknowledge as great fighters of all time..

from bum to bomb!! a great fighter may rise..

so stop your crabby brain before it will take you to nowhere..

This time it is not being crabby, it's criticizing for the better things to happen in the future fights :D

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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
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too bad, what a BUMMER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
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"Bum" is always use in this website but most people don't even know the meaning of the word. I'm a big boxing fan myself but I can't label someone as a bum. When a fighter has a 10-10 record, does he automatically qualify as a bum? If a boxer who just want to make a living but lacks the skills to beat a good boxer, is he a bum? If a Thai boxer who has a 10-10 record but still trained very hard and tried hard to beat a so-called "elite" fighter but still fell short of an upset, is he a bum? On the other side, when a boxer came to lose in a fight, does it mean that he's a bum? How about MAB-Pacquiao II? In that fight, does that made Barrera a bum? When Banal lost and Bautista beaten by a better fighter, can we say that they are bums? Who are we to judge? The Araneta event maybe a bad show because of obvious mismatches due to budget reasons, still, we can't call boxers as bums even if they are expected to lose because some of them tried their best as well... I hope you find my post as a "constructive criticism" rather than calling me a bum...
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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
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Fleadis wrote:
"Bum" is always use in this website but most people don't even know the meaning of the word. I'm a big boxing fan myself but I can't label someone as a bum. When a fighter has a 10-10 record, does he automatically qualify as a bum? If a boxer who just want to make a living but lacks the skills to beat a good boxer, is he a bum? If a Thai boxer who has a 10-10 record but still trained very hard and tried hard to beat a so-called "elite" fighter but still fell short of an upset, is he a bum? On the other side, when a boxer came to lose in a fight, does it mean that he's a bum? How about MAB-Pacquiao II? In that fight, does that made Barrera a bum? When Banal lost and Bautista beaten by a better fighter, can we say that they are bums? Who are we to judge? The Araneta event maybe a bad show because of obvious mismatches due to budget reasons, still, we can't call boxers as bums even if they are expected to lose because some of them tried their best as well... I hope you find my post as a "constructive criticism" rather than calling me a bum...
:)


In fairness and justice to every boxer who lost inside the ring.
When Pacquiao lost to Morales, he became a BUM. Yes, you read it right, Pac was BUMMED by Erik Morales
And of course ODHL, and Hatton is on the way

you lost, youre a bum
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 Post subject: Re: It's raining bums!
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Fleadis wrote:
"Bum" is always use in this website but most people don't even know the meaning of the word. I'm a big boxing fan myself but I can't label someone as a bum. When a fighter has a 10-10 record, does he automatically qualify as a bum? If a boxer who just want to make a living but lacks the skills to beat a good boxer, is he a bum? If a Thai boxer who has a 10-10 record but still trained very hard and tried hard to beat a so-called "elite" fighter but still fell short of an upset, is he a bum? On the other side, when a boxer came to lose in a fight, does it mean that he's a bum? How about MAB-Pacquiao II? In that fight, does that made Barrera a bum? When Banal lost and Bautista beaten by a better fighter, can we say that they are bums? Who are we to judge? The Araneta event maybe a bad show because of obvious mismatches due to budget reasons, still, we can't call boxers as bums even if they are expected to lose because some of them tried their best as well... I hope you find my post as a "constructive criticism" rather than calling me a bum...
:)


In fairness and justice to every boxer who lost inside the ring.
When Pacquiao lost to Morales, he became a BUM. Yes, you read it right, Pac was BUMMED by Erik Morales
And of course ODHL, and Hatton is on the way

you lost, youre a bum
-its pacland


Hehehe. It's not the PacLand that I used to know...


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