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ANYONE WATCHING THE FIGHT

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holly100 Avatar
9y, 1w agoPosted 9 years, 1 week ago
looks like an early nite
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9y, 1w agoPosted 9 years, 1 week ago
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#1
Hey Holly,

Im thinking he can do it but not a good start.

Thinking he needs a ko...

AHHHH!!!
#2
methinks he is gonna get the shzz kicked out of him - i maybe wrong
#3
what fight?
#4
bellabonkers
what fight?


calzaghe on setanta
#5
I hope not, I really like Joe but then I really like Ricky....
#6
Now Im losing my picture not good!!!
#7
crow99
I hope not, I really like Joe but then I really like Ricky....



love ricky see him on socceram last week super guy
#8
holly100
calzaghe on setanta

who or what is calzaghe? i just about know what setanta is...hell i hardly ever put my tv on i lived so long without lol
#9
calzaghe british
we support him
got sportsperson of the year
should have been paula radcliffe imo
#10
ooo few handbags there
for all those who cant see i will commentate
guy with bucket in corner has just been swearing and puttting a plaster on cs nose
#11
Hoping Joe will batter him like a nice cod fillet :thumbsup:
#12
oo handbags again the ref keeps parting them ref is sticking up for other guy
#13
c is looking ok shame about dodgy start
#14
ohh that hurt
#15
Keep the comms going..... damned if I'll pay shiteanta !!:-D
#16
man with bucket is swaering again and telling him to hit other guy
#17
Joes getting slowly back into it but keeps nearly going down 5 rounds to go
#18
this is pure self induldenge speeling mistake sorry always wanted to comment
#19
So Joes not gonna win then ? ? ?
What a foooooookin downer.... :x
#20
holly100
this is pure self induldenge speeling mistake sorry always wanted to comment


Keep the undolegnce going;-)
I aint complaing LOL
1 Like #21
oo handbags again

oh ah cantona that hurt
#22
Wattagowarrrrrn ? ?
#23
been on ropes few times im sure he hit after the bell
#24
Not looking like it.

Hopkins is a dirty something, whats with all this hugging its a boxing match..

COME ON JOE KNOCK HIM DOWN
#25
holly100
oo handbags again

oh ah cantona that hurt

Don't take Eric's name in vain!
#26
KEEP IT COMING FOLKS :w00t:
#27
both looking tired
#28
thank god for the bell
#29
the man with the bucket is swearing again!!
#30
Yeah, but who's the shaggedest ?
C O M E O N J O E !!!!!!
banned#31
That bucket is the swear bucket, the poor guy has lost this year's salary.
#32
h isd downn
#33
hopkins went down
#34
Go Jamie !!!!!!!!!!

Liking the Arcade Fire AV as well :thumbsup:
#35
Round nine: Good left hand from southpaw Calzaghe. Hopkins may have slowed a bit and is blowing quite hard. Age catching up with him? Just maybe. Calzaghe bullies him back to the ropes and Hopkins holds - not for the first time I should add. That should be a Calzaghe round.

Round eight: Hopkins is loving this - his stategy is spot on. Calzaghe just can't stick any big shots on his slippery rival and Hopkins is bound to be impressing the judges with his precise counters. Calzaghe taunts Hopkins at the bell, but he does not have much to joke about right now.

Round seven: A quietish round and that's no good for Calzaghe, who needs to force the pace. He does at the death and is staggered again after landing a few of his own.

Round six: Moment of minor controversy as Hopkins leads with his head and is not pulled up by Cortez. He is a wily old stager is Hopkins. Calzaghe's work rate is good but Hopkins is negating most of his work. If that trend continues, I fear for Calzaghe, who ends the round with his knees on the canvas. That was a stumble though folks. I think Hopkins is two or three rounds ahead at the halfway stage and Enzo Calzaghe gives his son a rollicking.

Round five: A good right followed by a straight left represent the best moment of the fight from Calzaghe. But Hopkins has a lock-tight defence. He's not a middleweight legend for nothing. A little bit of after there as the bell sounds.

Round four: Referee Joe Cortez has to step in as the fight becomes a bit messy. A messy fight is probably to Hopkins' advantage and he is probably the instigator. Fast hands from Calzaghe may have won him that round but Hopkins continues to give as good as he gets.

Round three: Hopkins is playing a waiting game and his counter attacks are precise. Calzaghe, meanwhile, is struggling to find a clean shot as his fans try to galvanise him with Wales chants. Calzaghe is marginally the busier but I'm not sure he is doing enough to win these early rounds. At the bell, father Enzo tells son Joe he is being too cautious.

Round two: Hopkins has always done the dirty things well and he has no problem with locking heads here. He waits for Calzaghe to pour forward lands a decent blow again. Closer round that one, but the American will be the happier at this stage. Make no mistake about that.

Round one: We're off. Calzaghe v Hopkins. Wales v USA. Unbeaten v rarely beaten. Champion v champion. A terrible start for Calzaghe - he walks onto a straight right hand from Hopkins and hits the canvas for only the third time in his career. He is up quickly but that is a huge warning shot and just like that, Calzaghe has a cut on the bridge of his nose. 10-8 round for Hopkins. Massive momentum for Hopkins.
#36
oohh c was very naughty he made a very rude gesture behind hopkins!! funny really
#37
jamie60509
Round nine: Good left hand from southpaw Calzaghe. Hopkins may have slowed a bit and is blowing quite hard. Age catching up with him? Just maybe. Calzaghe bullies him back to the ropes and Hopkins holds - not for the first time I should add. That should be a Calzaghe round.

Round eight: Hopkins is loving this - his stategy is spot on. Calzaghe just can't stick any big shots on his slippery rival and Hopkins is bound to be impressing the judges with his precise counters. Calzaghe taunts Hopkins at the bell, but he does not have much to joke about right now.

Round seven: A quietish round and that's no good for Calzaghe, who needs to force the pace. He does at the death and is staggered again after landing a few of his own.

Round six: Moment of minor controversy as Hopkins leads with his head and is not pulled up by Cortez. He is a wily old stager is Hopkins. Calzaghe's work rate is good but Hopkins is negating most of his work. If that trend continues, I fear for Calzaghe, who ends the round with his knees on the canvas. That was a stumble though folks. I think Hopkins is two or three rounds ahead at the halfway stage and Enzo Calzaghe gives his son a rollicking.

Round five: A good right followed by a straight left represent the best moment of the fight from Calzaghe. But Hopkins has a lock-tight defence. He's not a middleweight legend for nothing. A little bit of after there as the bell sounds.

Round four: Referee Joe Cortez has to step in as the fight becomes a bit messy. A messy fight is probably to Hopkins' advantage and he is probably the instigator. Fast hands from Calzaghe may have won him that round but Hopkins continues to give as good as he gets.

Round three: Hopkins is playing a waiting game and his counter attacks are precise. Calzaghe, meanwhile, is struggling to find a clean shot as his fans try to galvanise him with Wales chants. Calzaghe is marginally the busier but I'm not sure he is doing enough to win these early rounds. At the bell, father Enzo tells son Joe he is being too cautious.

Round two: Hopkins has always done the dirty things well and he has no problem with locking heads here. He waits for Calzaghe to pour forward lands a decent blow again. Closer round that one, but the American will be the happier at this stage. Make no mistake about that.

Round one: We're off. Calzaghe v Hopkins. Wales v USA. Unbeaten v rarely beaten. Champion v champion. A terrible start for Calzaghe - he walks onto a straight right hand from Hopkins and hits the canvas for only the third time in his career. He is up quickly but that is a huge warning shot and just like that, Calzaghe has a cut on the bridge of his nose. 10-8 round for Hopkins. Massive momentum for Hopkins.


Diolch :thumbsup:
#38
dirty bd charged him
#39
Round 10: Enzo Calzaghe is talking about knockouts and his son may yet need one. There is certainly more spring in the younger man's step - he catches Hopkins low and then taunts him which is unpopular among certain sections of the crowd. Sly Stallone at ringside is not impressed. Hopkins takes a couple of minutes to recover and we are off again.
#40
COME ON JOE THat cheating sirty scumbag err....

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