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fowlerisgod

Member Since 12 Apr 2007
Offline Last Active Dec 10 2017 09:56 AM
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#4792130 The New and Improved Boxing Prediction League

Posted by fowlerisgod on 23 May 2017 - 10:45 AM

Brook TKO9
Groves TKO 11

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#4776826 Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko

Posted by fowlerisgod on 05 May 2017 - 06:48 AM

Does anyone here know where someone could watch the replay of this fight? Someone told me that it's illegal. Please PM me the link as I'd like to report it to the authority.

It was on Sky Sports last night so I presume it's on catch up?

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#4692320 David Bowie

Posted by fowlerisgod on 16 January 2017 - 11:07 PM

I must be in the minority that absolutely loves his later stuff rather than the early.

To me, Heathen, Reality and The Next Day are solid albums. Reality being the weakest but still some fantastic songs like 'Days' and 'She'll Drive The Big Car'

Heathen is incredible. 'Slow Burn', 'Slip Away', 'Everyone Says Hi', '5.15' are some of his best work, in my opinion.

Don't get me wrong, I love some stuff from 70s and 80s and it could just be my age as to why I love his later stuff but I think I just 'get it' more.

Dad had the live version of 'All The Mad Men' on in the car earlier. One song I'd have loved to have heard live! The outro blows me away every time.



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#4466386 Sick of being Fat

Posted by fowlerisgod on 22 April 2016 - 02:49 PM

I'm a Personal Trainer so if anyone needs any help or advice, feel free to give me a message.


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#4455517 Boxing 2016

Posted by fowlerisgod on 11 April 2016 - 12:37 PM

I went to the fight on Saturday and got back yesterday so haven't commented on the event yet so will do so now.

 

I got into the arena when Jamie Mcdonnell was on and pretty much missed the full fight due to the slowest barman in the world at the arena. Got back just in time for the knockdown, though

 

Thought Selby looked alright. Great dig to knock him down but done well to get back up and win the fight in the end. Hunter could have done more to pressure him I thought, though.

 

Conor Benn done what was needed. I watched the video of him sparring O'hara Davies and knew he was someone who likes to come forward after that. Obviously has tons to learn due to it being his first fight but that will give him a lot of confidence going into his next fight. Nigel Benn dancing was embarrasing. He won't be anywhere near as bad as Chris Eubank for taking the limelight from his son but it has made me laugh how he said he won't be involved much with everything yet was at the full press conference next to him, doing all the interviews with him etc... I know it's his Dad and all that but I felt like I seen more of him than I did Conor.

 

Groves will get slaughtered by Smith if they meet I think. Brophy looked like he didn't want to be there and the first dig that took Brophy to the ropes was enough for him to not want to be there. Groves seemed to want to be patient and get a couple of rounds in.

 

Was buzzing with the Joshua result. Even though I had a bad feeling for some reason for the fight, deep down I knew that's how that would turn out. Joshua would try and find his range in the first round and then second come out and throw the right a bit more. Glad he come out the way he did rather than the way he did against Whyte. No idea why Martin was protesting at the end either. He was down for 15 seconds! The ref spent a few seconds telling Joshua to get to a neutral corner while Martin was down and then when he eventually went over to Martin, started counting from 5 or 6.

 

Still not the finished article, Joshua. Nobody knew the type of Martin was and we still don't. He barely threw his left and Joshua was too clinical with the right and once Martin felt his power, he didn't want to know.

 

Due to styles, I still fancy Joshua to beat Fury myself. I'm probably in the minority but that's just my opinion. I think Haye would give Joshua much more of a problem than Fury due to their styles. Just my opinion like I said, though. It will be interesting to see who AJ fights next.


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#4449560 Boxing 2016

Posted by fowlerisgod on 04 April 2016 - 09:07 PM

- Charles Martin Behind The Ropes

 

- Anthony Joshua Behind The Ropes 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdoHXe5iDcM - Joshua & Briggs at the media workout.

 


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#4440536 Hooch vs. The Other Fella - Saturday Night

Posted by fowlerisgod on 24 March 2016 - 07:45 AM

Great job our kid.


Haha! Should have explained that I had to get off before his fight so didn't actually see it...
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#4418366 Boxing 2016

Posted by fowlerisgod on 29 February 2016 - 11:01 PM

Joshua v Whyte was definitely not a PPV fight as it was only a British Title fight between two novices but the fight itself was a brilliant one.

 

I seen a good interview with Haye today about Khan v Canelo. He favours Khan. Although I do think Canelo will win, he made some really interesting points I thought. 

 


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#4413406 Boxing 2016

Posted by fowlerisgod on 25 February 2016 - 10:12 PM

 

One of the best press conferences I have seen.


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#4402502 Boxing 2016

Posted by fowlerisgod on 13 February 2016 - 10:55 AM

I want Quigg to win. Always liked him and I think he could do the job. It should be a great fight, though.

 

I don't think most of Gallagher's arrogance has come from the Crolla wiin. I think it was when Smith won the British Title and the whole '4 brothers to win the title' thing came in with obviously, Gallagher taking a lot of the credit (rightly so, in my opinion) but that is where he started becoming a bit more arrogant.

 

The press conference tour he was doing my head in. 


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#4401352 National Pizza Day

Posted by fowlerisgod on 11 February 2016 - 06:30 PM

http://www.unilad.co...d-its-glorious/

 

Jack Jones doesn't like National Pizza Day.

 

Who phones police after getting slapped by a pizza, though? Doesn't the same guy pull similar pranks like this for a living...


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#4400680 Boxing 2016

Posted by fowlerisgod on 10 February 2016 - 08:56 PM

Shame it has taken him this long to retire but then again, if he hadn't, then I wouldn't have seen him in person when he was over in July for the fight that never happened.

 

Rumoured that Haye may be fighting Shannon Briggs.

 

LETS GO CHAMP!


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#4397149 Poor decision making and shithouses

Posted by fowlerisgod on 07 February 2016 - 09:41 PM

Have to strongly agree with almost everything on the first post of this thread.

 

Yesterday was one of the hardest games to watch this season so far. 

 

What frustrates me most is the lack of shots we seem to be having. It's almost like we want to try and walk the ball in but we can't do that when we have absolutely nobody in the box. So many times one of our players would get the ball on the edge of the box with a second or two to bring it down and have a go, but they'd control it and just move around on the spot until they either got tackled or played it to someone who isn't in half as good a position as they are/were.

 

Henderson has been really poor since he come back from injury. Yeah, he may run a lot and put his shift in but what does that do? He's not running back 80 yards and making a crunching tackle and setting up another attack for us. The amount of times he tries doing a long 40/50 yard ball that either gets intercepted or is too far is a joke. He's not that type of player. I don't even know what type of player he is, really.

 

Moreno frustrates me a lot. Seems to be more one footed than Riise and I always thought that was tough to beat. Can be great going forward at times but his decision making needs improving quickly.

 

Emre Can cannot pass a ball to save his life. A player that is free literally 10 yards away and he can't hit the ball to them properly. How much is he on?!

 

Mignolet. Jesus Christ. It's not just the silly mistakes for some of the oppositions goals he makes, it's much more than that. He has no command of his box (it may be better than it first was but it's still rubbish), he takes ages to get a ball out and more than half of them aren't successful. Watching MOTD last night and even I knew the wall wasn't set up properly. If I know that then surely he must!

 

I do find it hard to think of players I'd keep. I love Coutinho but he can be inconsistent a lot. Of course, I don't expect players to be great every game but you get the jist... 

I was speaking to my mate the other day and was saying how often he does try and shoot and do that same 'signature goal' and his reply was "at least he shoots" - and he was right. As much as that may frustrate me in a game too when it goes miles over, at least he is having a go. It seems too many players are petrified to shoot.

 

Next season is going to be very interesting. The summer will be Klopps chance to shine in the window. Get rid of the deadwood and replace them with some quality players. If it's not down to Klopp if we don't get them, then he should publicly come out and say it before he gets criticized. 

 

It's strange that I've preferred watching some of the young ones play in the cup lately because of their desire to play for us. You can see some of them, not all of them, putting their all in to play for us. Good on them. That's why I really like Flanagan.

 

Genuinely can't wait for this season to end.


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#4380618 Celebrity Big Brother

Posted by fowlerisgod on 25 January 2016 - 07:12 PM

I'd love to stone cold stunner Gemma Collins!


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#4363550 David Bowie

Posted by fowlerisgod on 11 January 2016 - 06:17 PM

Undoubted sad loss for the millions who obviously worshipped him but I have had his music on all day in the car, mainly radio 2, and I still don't get it. He undoubtably was not afraid to break the mould but I find it strange that someone so artistic and in someways alternative is being so lauded by the mainstream.
I am by no means knocking his talent and the fact I don't get it probably says more about me than his work. Maybe it was just something I never listened to in my formative years.
One journalist from the BBC said it is as if the core of the earth has been torn out.

I'm more of a fan of his album tracks rather than singles. Never been a big fan of 'Changes' and 'Starman' etc... 


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