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Quote Originally Posted by najfeeleather:

Now People are more interested in custom made items , Intead of big brands ??????
  If i have my embroidery name at my gloves , it will look that its my own brand

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one of most beautiful way to get your desired item 

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beautiful

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amazing..........

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why dont you wear , your own brand 

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Quote Originally Posted by sonnyburnett:

I guess he wants 2 losses.

 

 

Haha Sonny Bunett 

no one wanted to losses

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Jarrett Hurd (22-0, 15 KOs) says he wants to fight 154 pound champions Jermell Charlo and Jaime Munguia to unify the division in 2019. IBF/WBA junior middleweight champion Hurd is coming off of a 12 round split decision victory over WBA 154 pound champion Erislandy Lara from last April.

 

 

Hurd, 28, had shoulder surgery not long after that fight, and he’s expected to be out of the ring until December. According to Dan Rafael, Hurd could be fighting on the undercard of WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder’s fight against former champion Tyson Fury in December. This would be a tune-up fight for Hurd, as he’s not going to take on a tough opponent in his first fight back from shoulder surgery.

 

“People think I’ve been fighting smaller guys. They look at me sometimes as a weight bully,” Jarrett Hurd said to Esnewsreporting. “[People say] the reason I won these fights is because I’m much bigger than these guys. [Jaime] Munguia is a guy that my size. He’s not small for the weight class. He’s 21, he’s young, he’s hungry. Let him answer these guys that he’s not a weigh bully. I think the fight with Jermell Charlo, people think he’s the best in the weight class. They say, ‘what you did with Lara, he’s smaller. A guy like Charlo, you can’t get past him.’ I want to answer those questions too,” Hurd said.

 

Charlo (31-0, 15 KOs) and his brother Jermall Charlo didn’t do as well in beating Austin Trout (31-5, 17 KOs) compared to Hurd, who stopped him in the 10th round in October of last year. Jermell barely beat Trout in his last fight on June 9 in beating him by a 12 round majority decision by the scores 118-108, 115-111 and 113-113.

Munguia (30-0, 25 KOs) will be defending his World Boxing Organization junior middleweight title for the second time on September 15 against Brandon Cook (20-1, 13 KOs) on the undercard of Saul Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin card at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Munguia, 21, made his first defense of his WBO title on July 21, defeating former WBO 154 pound champion Liam ‘Beefy’ Smith by a 12 round unanimous decision.

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please help me . 

how to post picture here in forum ????????????????

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Can i post any picture here ?

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Quote Originally Posted by Maximus1978:

Can I catch the replay on Reddit?

sorry i dont know , how to send reply at redit

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Paddy Barnes will start televised proceedings on Saturday August 18th when he challenges WBC World Flyweight champion Cristofer Rosales for his world championship in front of a home crowd in Belfast at the city’s national stadium, Windsor Park.

Televised coverage of the big night of boxing will begin straight after the huge Premier League local derby between Chelsea and Arsenal live on BT Sport 1. Coverage of the big fight night will begin at 7:45pm.

“This is a massive bonus for Paddy fighting straight after the Arsenal-Chelsea match, it means there will be an even bigger audience tuning in to watch him for his big world title fight.” said boxing promotor Frank Warren; who also had a message for the fans heading to Windsor Park on August 18th:

“Get yourself in the stadium nice and early, grab a drink and enjoy an excellent night of world class boxing. Let’s hope it will stay nice and dry for everyone!”.

Amateur stand-out Barnes has two Olympic bronze and two Commonwealth Gold medals to his name and will be looking to add a professional world title to that collection on August 18th.

This will only be Barnes’ sixth outing as a professional after being fast-tracked to world title contention. In his most recent fight Barnes impressed by stopping tough Nicaraguan, Eliecer Quezada in the sixth round; a fighter who narrowly lost to upcoming opponent Rosales with a split decision just seven months before.

The WBC Flyweight king, Cristofer Rosales will be making his maiden title defence in Belfast after stopping the unbeaten Japanese fighter, Daigo Higa in Japan in which was a major upset.

The 23-year-old Nicaraguan already has thirty fights as a professional but has previously lost to two undefeated Brits in Andrew Selby and Kal Yafai. Rosales will be fighting to make it third time lucky against British opposition when he faces Barnes, along with retaining his WBC strap.

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Quote Originally Posted by Maximus1978:

Dang, I forgot about this fight..... I will tune in thanks...!!!!
peace_5

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big brands can not think for every single person choice , they just go with majorettes.

 Custom made , treat every every customer one by one , and make products by there desired. 

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WBC lightweight champion Mikey Garcia (39-0, 30 KOs) had a much harder time than expected in defeating previously unbeaten IBF lightweight belt holder Robert Easter Jr. (21-1, 14 KOs) by a 12 round unanimous decision on Saturday night in their unification fight on Showtime Boxing at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California

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best community 

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new match will be more interested . 

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Amazing new designs 

 

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