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David Haye on Tue 21-Sep-2010:

I tell you what Bearcat you really are a psychologists dream - exposing all your insecurities on an international blog. Boxing is boxing; its a game of entertainment and business, i thought you were knowledgeable about it?! Nothing should surprise us about it, its track record tells us nothing else.
As for your anti-British rants..... i ask my question again; did you have your fat donut expelling ass kicked when you visited London to see the Queen - or are you one of those sad in-breds that doesnt know what a passport is.....?
Chin chin old boy


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David Haye on Wed 25-Aug-2010:

Bearcat i think you are on the wrong website; we are talking boxing not international politics you plank.


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Hatton-Cotto on Tue 24-Aug-2010:

I doubt he is too scared; the fact is Hatton forged a good and fruitful career based on limited boxing skills - i applaud him for that cos he got in the ring with 2 genuine hall of famers (lost badly on both occasions) but he managed to get there. Well managed, hard working (i wont say well trained cos i dont think he was) and dedicated to his sport. I agree with you on one thing Bearcat - he would be blown away by Khan and Cotto, even with his chequered recent form, is too good for him too. Sometimes you know when you have achieved all you can and its time to go - my prediction is Hatton knows this and we wont see him again - the speculation benefits his burgeoning promoting career. Good luck to him.


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David Haye on Tue 24-Aug-2010:

Thanks for the advice Marra, however my understanding of a blog-chatroom call it what you will is that we exchange views - i have done that now and Bearcat can leave it there cos i just wanna talk boxing.

Haye - Harrison! What a joke - it will sell though but its an embarrassment for Haye to take this fight in my view. Ive always liked Harrison to be honest, he has good skills but no heart and he just doesnt work hard enough in any fight. Hopefully he will be up for this one (if it happens) cos if he isnt he will be ko'd in 3 rounds pretty easily.


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David Haye on Thu 19-Aug-2010:

Ive read loads of your comments 'bearcat' and all in all i find you entertaining and moderately knowledgeable regarding boxing. However after reading more and more of your offensive diatribe that doesnt have any objective or intellectual merit i have decided to give you a dressing down (purely metaphorical not homosexual). You are clearly a very sad, lonely person who gets his kicks and self-esteem from being a faceless commentator, taking out all your pent up anger (caused by who knows what) on people that simply want to debate boxing. As for your anti-British stuff.....did you get beaten up when you visited London or something?! You really have got some deep-seated problems that i advise you sort out before getting into a childish blog battle. Beercat, listen to me........ take a couple of deep breaths before letting those immature fingers do the talking on the keyboard..... you know i'm right - do the honourable thing and moderate your behaviour. Have a great day, look forward to catching up soon.


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Hatton-Cotto on Wed 19-May-2010:

Mmmm only jsut picked up on your little cat fight... seems to have sorted itself now. Agree wiht comments re Matthew Hatton. Haye i am not sure what will happen against either Klitschko - Vlad certainly the easier of the 2 but the last thing i want to see is Haye dancing around scoring points; the jab of Vlad will be significant - if Haye can deal with that he has a good chance - i would dearly love to see them both ko'd but i am not sure it will happen. Froch, i agree he doesnt work hard enough and leaves it too late - its like he is waiting for something in a fight that aint gonna come at the top level; his work ethic needs to change as he has the skills to jab and move and win rounds easily - along with the power to ko anybody in his weight division. Like the look of John Murray at the moment, interesting to see what he does when he steps up in class. Cheers boys!


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I guess Ashley will now realise what its like further up the ladder - he underestimated Bayaar and in my view lost the fight by 3-4 rounds. Didnt look as hard hitting either. Back to the gym sunshine and stop being so cocky, it will be the undoing of you. How he could actually believe he had "done enough" to win the fight shows his immaturity and arrogance at such a young age. He has talent and i hope he doesnt waste it - nothing more annoying than an arrogant young boxer who has proved nothing in a pretty narrow weight division.


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FURY Vs McDermott (Robbery) on Fri 2-Oct-2009:

Not sure what you lot are on about! Yes Fury did well to stand up for the whole fight; yes it was a very poor bit of refereeing. NO Fury is not a contender - not from what i have seen so far - less potential than Audley, very little upper body movement and not heavy handed. Hope i am proved wrong but this kid is going nowhere, mark my words.


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I agree with all the comments to some degree. Unusual for the towel to come in at that stage in a fight - lets not forget it wasnt the refs decision so you are never gonna get consistency. However in another way i agree that there was nothing left in the fight apart from a fairly dangerous knockout - Malignaggi offered nothing throughout the fight (and his record does not indicate he would have scored a ko in the later rounds, even if he had dominated which he hadnt) and got caught with some lovely shots from Hatton, who under Mayweather tutilage has finally started to move his head and improve his footwork. I was impressed with Hatton and surprised at how poor Malignaggi was.

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I agree with the above - its about time we saw some lighter fitter guys in the heavyweight division (lets face it it hasnt been the same since tyson blew it and he was a blown up cruiser).
My only hesitancy with Haye (a la Khan) is whether he can mix it when he is on the end of a big jab that wears him down - he is not the most patient of fighters - and these big guys have jabs that do hurt more!
Having said all of that I would back him to blow most away with his movement and power, he has a knockout punch that no man on the planet could live with however big.
He needs to prepare himself for some frustration though and if he does that and is patient he will dominate, get bored then frop back down a weight! And set himself up to be a successful promoter all at the same time - dont blow it dave! no pressure!

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