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Posted: 2/15/2012 3:40:17 AM
He talks like a child with HE DA MAN GONNA FINISH ME. Read this... he makes a ridiculous challenge cause he believe no fighter even accomplished it.. Trick question it would be.. he's to stupid to know it happened. HERE IT IS ! Post #32 and my reply that I WON Post #33! Another member proved him wrong in post #40!
He now REFUTES my fighter... then switches to

Originally Posted by Qncyk1:

 pbf is right at that age(35) of decline. and as you have pointed out, he may no longer have the passion for the game.

i dont think that the ortiz fight will be nearly as easy as some people think. in fact, i read nothing from current or past boxer saying as such.

and if pbf suffers an acccidental headbutt(not uncommon between orthodox and southpaws) the odds will drastically increrase in favor of ortiz, a 5-1 dog.

He was accurate..LOLOLOLOLO!. Mayweather OWNED him, and I think that was the one of the most intentional (lol-accidental headbutts EVER). Nice analysis. 100% wrong on ALL...even the accidental headbutt... Ortiz tried his best for a lunging intentional KO Headbutt and Floyd gave him the fade. THIS KID IS APPARENTLY 15 and a Clown.

Last: I was 0-3

This shows a sore loser... it's in the post.(READ: I was first 0-3... any analysis I did...NO, it had to do with 8 people here tied in fun tournies that have a playoff forced fight to pick as doubles... (I picked Khan/Over ... Parlay Jackson/Alves - Do they look EXTREMELY different than when I make a play and show a breakdown like this when you said I never won??? Now read a real pick and breakdown that shows how a fight goes and why.. HERE!
So I made one play and I was 0-3...smart kid!

Notice his challenge "QUESTION" went from :
A:"name one fighter at 130-154 that had success after the age of 35.i'm only asking for one."
then after 2 different fighters names... he changes his question to
B:" i asked for an example of a 130-154 fighter that has been successful after the age of 35. i refuted pep because of his subpar competition(detailed in my previous post) and that he was not indeed successful against elite competition let alone b-level competition. i've got 685 posts on the ESB forums(under the same monicker), the premier boxing website. in fact, the only reason i started an account here on covers was to specifically thank one of the best cappers here on the baseball forums, Bodio."

It's movie quote time again for this KID : Full Metal Jacket Quotes on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more... ... Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: What is your major malfunction, numbnuts?

CHECK-MATE! Sorry, when you take your hand off the piece you can't say.... but I slipped, mom,  tell'em!  You saw it MOMMY!
Get an EGO Check oops, it got bounced!


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Posted: 2/15/2012 3:44:47 AM
FACTS ARE FACTS! Don't change them kid, we can read your past, and know the difference in a post. Also, you said a few other my fights that I analyzed correct didn't count as I never came up with a complete write-up... sorry, I get busy, but my choices were clear! POST IT... if anyone thinks to Cotto or Dawson posts I wasn't clear about who I thought would win, you are so great, you teach them. Also, I stated I don't cap MMA anymore, or didn't that register. I stated it's been a year or so... did you read that? Oh... I forgot, you want to continue... maybe spankings you got used to as a baby!
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Posted: 2/15/2012 11:35:54 AM

that post regarding ortiz was there to defend walktheline after you ridiculed him on his pick on ortiz ver pbf. i simply agreed with some of his reasoning.

and if you read my posts here on covers you will know that i bet on pbf in that fight at -260.

are you going to make any plays this week or are we just going to continue to read about all your past accomplishments and detailed life story?

since you dont do mma(although you are a self-proclaimed mma fighter/amatuer boxer), can you please give us your pick on vitali/chisora and alexander/maidana?

anyone right now can pick williams over winky, bernard over winky by decision and taylor over bernard because it is after the fact.

seriously, you have made four confirmed picks over nine months.

wtf?

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Posted: 2/16/2012 12:56:31 PM
To answer a WTF?
Last time kid...read and comprehend.
At one point, I had to handicap every opportunity for financial gain. I don't now, so I stopped MMA over a year ago as it is a constant watch to pick the correct underdogs, meaning many hours of watching many fighters. I pick and choose spots between soccer, horse racing, boxing, and occasional others if I see a very good +EV situation. Over 10 years ago I had the time and needed the money, now I don't have the time and it won't change anything to me in a major way. If you only bet boxing to make a living, then you have to follow everything.. A brief example... I browse thoroughbreds (Mainly Grade I only... maybe G3 for Fillies). Last Saturday (besides a few props in soccer). I had bet the Don H at Gulfstream.
I liked #2 at 30% and #10 at 25%. The rest wasn't close. 2 big favs & I didn't like either. Results

10= $15.00     $7.80     $5.60
2=                 $9.20     $5.80
4=                              $4.60
$2 Exacta (10-2) Paid: $138.80, $1 Trifecta (10-2-4) Paid: $648.00, $1 Superfecta (10-2-4-1) Paid: $3,981.60, $2 Daily Double (8-10) Paid: $72.40 Daily Double Pool $87,482.00 , $1 Pick 3 (3-8-10) 3 Correct Paid: $86.10 Pick 3 Pool $112,810.00
I made a little on Win betting, but did well with ex, tri, super.
My bet was simple 10/2 EX BOX... large.
Then 2,10/2,10/ALL Tri  2,10/2,10/ALL/ALL Super
My cost for the tri was $18 to win $648... that's 36-1 payout.
I think it is understandable maybe to you cause you apparently don't seem to have much experience. You want me to handicap like 5 or 6 fights that I probably won't get much value out, and also I don't enjoy fights like I use to.

BOXING: I will handicap Alexander which I like to win, but I want to review props, etc... still wondering if he is going to get disciplined and win, or try to make up for 2 straight bad performances.
ALSO- several times I made plays for boxer's through PM as I was thrown out for posting to bet NFL overs the first 2 weeks on all games because the short practice means the defenses weren't established stability in 80% of teams. I got chucked and warned!
I don't watch heavyweights anymore because it has become a joke... if I needed the money, I'd cap it... but I'd rather bet and watch a UEFA match and even though I bet favs many times I bet maybe 3 prop scores instead, example... TEAM A 2  TEAM B 0  +750.

As for the rest, someone asked about me, I don't hide, and I stated. You are the stalker who repeats what I posted when I first made my account. If you don't like me doing a write-up analysis like my first for Mosley-Pacquiao, then don't read.
So, I have no need or desire to cap fights that serve me no purpose.

I'm not as versatile with so many fighters as I use to be for reasons as I explained... I post who & what I want... not for a throw down challenge. I hope you get an understanding... I'm at a totally different stage than you. I can tell you are young by your use of profanity on a forum and you are challenging a person on a forum...LOL, think about it. I make one comment, you blow up. I explain with facts through my past results... you complain and change.
Final: Stop stalking... you want a real breakdown on a fight, I'm more than happy to do them, but I'm not gonna consider this an HBO 24/7 showdown!
Hint: A key to winning... knowing your true motivation as well as your opponents,  and you will rarely seek peril. Everyone says "Of course", but go back to by first fight thread. Mosley's reason he would go the distance without any risk is his motivation was higher on not getting stopped or hurt, then risking that to win. That is also a custom when they say old people are conservative. It becomes true because if you never got stopped in a fight, and after over 20 years of fighting... that becomes your biggest fear out-weighing your desire. RJJ- Early years he was offensive machine, he then got cautious because he never got hurt until Tarver, etc.... his problem was he was so physically gifted his dominance would halt as he relied on them more than his fundamentals or technique. Floyd has great athleticism, but uses more technique than relying on physical skills.

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Posted: 2/16/2012 1:00:18 PM
You can find a new hobby to challenge another member, as I won't respond unless it is applicable, and I have some opinion on the matter. I will get to fights, when I want. Just don't read if you don't like... especially copy paste my posts over and over... that becomes redundant as it states you have nothing to state personally. People can check archives or search engine for finding threads.

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Posted: 2/16/2012 5:30:35 PM

Cmon guys, lets talk weekend fights

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Posted: 2/16/2012 5:33:04 PM
Well stated.
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Posted: 2/16/2012 5:37:35 PM
Does anyone know if Aris Ambriz pulled out of his fight ?
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Posted: 2/16/2012 5:39:20 PM
Showtime has Thomas Dulorme on the card but they now have him against J Reynoso.
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Posted: 2/16/2012 5:49:14 PM

5Dimes has Dulorme at a stupid minus 6000.

The other fight is on ESPN2 so Teddy will be long winded and repeating himself as usual. If I had a dollar for everytime Atlas says the words SO AGAIN I could retire on a beach somewhere.They have Mike Dallas (who is coming off 2 straight losses) and hasn't fought in the last 7 months.against Gonzalez a much busier fighter who has won 14 straight.

I love Mike Dallas' nickname.  THE SILENT ASSASSIN    

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Posted: 2/17/2012 11:37:18 AM
I remember Barrera's nickname when he was s pure slugger, and he became a great technician. Rarely do see a puncher like him able to adjust to such a degree and become a ring general.

Marco Antonio Barrera & Jimmy McLarnin = Baby-Faced Assassin
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Posted: 2/17/2012 3:39:56 PM

Showtime should have had a better card tonight.

ITD in both Showtime fights for me  

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Posted: 2/17/2012 5:34:01 PM
I'm watching Mayweather-Castillo I again, trying to see everything.
Floyd was 9lbs smaller, did hurt (or injure) his left shoulder in RD 1, took a bad headbutt in RD 2, and was the less seasoned fighter. Now he uses everything Castillo did against him to others... comes in as the bigger guy. George Foreman did commentary talking that 9lbs didn't mean anything in that fight...because Floyd was a gym rat always sparring with big boys. Much different in a title fight with a good fighter that causes pressure, and cuts (headbutt) that aren't seen much in gym. I'm a huge critic of Floyd as I believe he should have fought many more fights and many better fighters and their better times, ultimately placing himself lbs-for-lbs all time at the top or near it. I have to watch a few more fights. I watched Oleg (UFC) vs IVAN DRAGO..lol. That was actually entertaining slightly.
Dolph hit sly so hard in filming his a chest shot, sly spent 4 days in hospital with muscle bruising around his heart. "Whatever he hitz... He Destroyz". lol - laterZ
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Posted: 2/17/2012 6:40:05 PM


10= $15.00     $7.80     $5.60
2=                 $9.20     $5.80
4=                              $4.60
$2 Exacta (10-2) Paid: $138.80, $1 Trifecta (10-2-4) Paid: $648.00, $1 Superfecta (10-2-4-1) Paid: $3,981.60, $2 Daily Double (8-10) Paid: $72.40 Daily Double Pool $87,482.00 , $1 Pick 3 (3-8-10) 3 Correct Paid: $86.10 Pick 3 Pool $112,810.00
I made a little on Win betting, but did well with ex, tri, super.
My bet was simple 10/2 EX BOX... large.
Then 2,10/2,10/ALL Tri  2,10/2,10/ALL/ALL Super
My cost for the tri was $18 to win $648... that's 36-1 payout.
I think

Congrats on your horse race win. As with most horse players they tell you about their wins. It would be absurd to think you or anyone would post their losses. Nothing like betting a little and winning alot at the races. GL with your future wagers

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Posted: 2/17/2012 9:21:19 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by LRM704:

Showtime should have had a better card tonight.

ITD in both Showtime fights for me  



Where is this prop offered?  5dimes doesn't have it
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Posted: 2/17/2012 11:01:05 PM

Your right Eric, I kept waiting but they never posted them.

So I tailed Danno with the chalk   AA - TD under 7 1/2 and the over 7 1/2 in the JG bout    GL everyone 

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Posted: 2/17/2012 11:03:34 PM

Zouk,  I know it's your business to post it or not. I do have to ask though

Do you cap the bouts or not ?   

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Posted: 2/18/2012 12:11:05 AM

Pretty good night

Thanks Danno  Congratulations all 

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Posted: 2/18/2012 7:33:41 AM
LMR: Depends... not like I use to. Many reasons, but sure. You request maybe a few headliners... I will cap it. Now, with that said, I've learned to only bet big with small favs and dogs because with patience you can pick a few and ease threw. GL
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