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sean

Would like to know the credentials of some of these writers,in writing off such a masterful boxer as danny geale,I knew he had the skills to defeat sturm quite comfortably.Geales great boxing skills are seen only by the hardcore boxing fan,these writers in this website clearly have no eye for great boxing skills

Posted September 2, 2012 5:11 am 


2620

Did you get a belt over night joekidd?

Posted September 1, 2012 10:20 pm 


JoeKidd

An Australian ticker tape parade for this??? Boxing championships and belts are meaningless. The best boxers can hope for is to be a “celebrity”. You need to do a lot of winning to acquire celebrity status. A belt you can get overnight!

Posted September 1, 2012 8:49 pm 


sister sledge

Good on Healed. He is becoming a very good fighter.

Posted September 1, 2012 8:17 pm 


germannews

the result was absolutely ok. i am also happy that the “living legend” (sturm says about himself) lost this fight. he was already lucky that they gave him the macklin fight.

so i hope he will follog his big mouth that he want to destroy arthur abraham after he beat geale ;-)

so guys did you see that…its possible you can win a title shot in germany also twice ;-)

Posted September 1, 2012 7:49 pm 


Ray Ray

Atlast there’s a fighter who is ready and willing 2 take on any1 anywhere…. most guys In any other devision aren’t willing 2 put there belts on the line.. Congrates Daniel ur a true champ… I guess this fight puts a rest 2 the story I read a few weeks back saying he had no chance because of his crap jab and low workrate….ha ha ha do ur homework b4 u start writing ur articles

Posted September 1, 2012 7:14 pm 


Ray Ray

Ha ha I told u Geale could beat him. Clearly the more aggressive through the fight and still only gets a split decision, that’s Germany 4 u…

Posted September 1, 2012 7:08 pm 


Hugh Jardon

What goes around, glad sturm lost, Macklin and Murray both beat him but the dodgy judges shafted them.

Posted September 1, 2012 6:56 pm 



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