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Just now, Dr Nowt said:

“Saudi Arabia should retire now.  They’re shit at this.  I don’t want to say nuffin bad about them baby but they are proper fucking rubbish.”

That would have been fucking hilarious.

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2 minutes ago, Elite said:

Ali's daughter has no fucking clue whose fighting does she?

"Ive seen both their records, they are both great fighters and it should be a great fight" translated as "I don't know or give a fuck who is fighting but these are paying me a shit load of money because my dad was the greatest so fuck off, I won't even watch the main event" 

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1 minute ago, Elite said:

Joe Gallagher is not a trainer that fills you with confidence, bit like the Moyes of boxing.

His voice as well.


Fucking unlistenable.

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Good evening ladies and gentlemen. Expert analysis on tonight's fight will be provided, as usual, by pretty much everyone on this thread. Also, as usual, I will provide analysis from the perspective of somebody who knows fuck all about boxing.


Let's get ready to rumble!

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To be fair, shit as this is, at least that fucking marching band that usually follows Groves around won’t have made the trip out of London.

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6 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Great stuff this from ITV. When do we get to hear from Ant and Dec?

Be grateful. You only had to not pay £16.95 for this.

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Just forgo all of this Americanised bollocks and just start the fucking fight.


You don't have to put up with all this shite in Traveller fights.


Commentator doing his best to try and inject some enthusiasm.

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