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 Post subject: Re: IS THIS A BAD OMEN??
PostPosted: Fri Apr 17, 2009 8:43 am 
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javid wrote:
Romy Nabas, just keep praying for Manny. Believe that your prayer is a million stronger to negate any negative energy. Then share that positive energy to Pacman come fight night, talk to him mentally. I will be waiting for your thread after the fight.


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 Post subject: Re: Is this a bad omen??
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Martin Nievera is THE OMEN!
Dionisia is THE ARCHANGEL!


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 Post subject: Re: Is this a bad omen??
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kgtnm5 wrote:
Martin Nievera is THE OMEN!
Dionisia is THE ARCHANGEL!

archangel of death :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Is this a bad omen??
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Scoop Malinowski Theory: Could Pacquiao’s New Hairdoo Be A Bad Omen?
http://www.boxinginsider.com/columns/sc ... -bad-omen/

This is going to sound very strange, a boxers hairdoo can be a bad omen on his career.

Several years ago, the artist LeRoy Neiman made an observation, while we were watching boxing on TV, about boxers who changed their hairstyle and how it seemed to relate to a downfall of their careers.

It was during Ike Quartey vs. Fernando Vargas. Bazooka suddenly showed up with yellow hair. He lost that fight to Vargas.

When we discussed the odd topic further, we recalled other examples.

Ricardo Mayorga colored his hair red for the fight with Felix Trinidad – and was knocked out.
Lennox Lewis began to sprout his baby dreadlocks for his fight with Oliver McCall – and was knocked out.

Wladimir Klitschko grew his hair out much longer against Corrie Sanders – and was knocked out.

Joe Frazier shaved his head for the very first time against George Foreman – and he was knocked out.

Antonio Margarito grew his hair out much longer than usual for the very first time, when he faced Shane Mosley – and he was knocked out.

Paul Williams sported a new mini-mohawk in the first fight against Carlos Quintana – and he lost the decision.

I’m sure there are more examples.

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 Post subject: Re: Is this a bad omen??
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Manny Pacquiao colored his hair blonde during his early days in HBO and he won by KO.

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 Post subject: Re: Is this a bad omen??
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mexifan wrote:
Manny Pacquiao colored his hair blonde during his early days in HBO and he won by KO.


it was a natural color. manny was a diver before. blonde color of hair is usual for those sea diver (manboboso yata tawag dun) :D

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 Post subject: Re: Is this a bad omen??
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Romy Nabas wrote:
mexifan wrote:
Manny Pacquiao colored his hair blonde during his early days in HBO and he won by KO.


it was a natural color. manny was a diver before. blonde color of hair is usual for those sea diver (manboboso yata tawag dun) :D

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 Post subject: Re: Is this a bad omen??
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Romy Nabas wrote:
Scoop Malinowski Theory: Could Pacquiao’s New Hairdoo Be A Bad Omen?
http://www.boxinginsider.com/columns/sc ... -bad-omen/

This is going to sound very strange, a boxers hairdoo can be a bad omen on his career.

Several years ago, the artist LeRoy Neiman made an observation, while we were watching boxing on TV, about boxers who changed their hairstyle and how it seemed to relate to a downfall of their careers.

It was during Ike Quartey vs. Fernando Vargas. Bazooka suddenly showed up with yellow hair. He lost that fight to Vargas.

When we discussed the odd topic further, we recalled other examples.

Ricardo Mayorga colored his hair red for the fight with Felix Trinidad – and was knocked out.
Lennox Lewis began to sprout his baby dreadlocks for his fight with Oliver McCall – and was knocked out.

Wladimir Klitschko grew his hair out much longer against Corrie Sanders – and was knocked out.

Joe Frazier shaved his head for the very first time against George Foreman – and he was knocked out.

Antonio Margarito grew his hair out much longer than usual for the very first time, when he faced Shane Mosley – and he was knocked out.

Paul Williams sported a new mini-mohawk in the first fight against Carlos Quintana – and he lost the decision.

I’m sure there are more examples.




:lol: How many days did you dig for this thread? :lol:

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