Klit-Byrd: Organized crime perhaps?

Klit-Byrd: Organized crime perhaps?

Post by jla.. » Mon, 03 Apr 2000 05:00:00


Eastern Europe is crawling with gangsters. At least that's the best and
really only explanation I can come up with. Klitschko had to know he
was way ahead in the fight and Byrd didn't look like he could hurt
Klitschko if he stood there with his hands down and his back against
the ropes for the remainder of the rounds. Also Klitschko looked like
he was holding back (which was probably the best strategy against Byrd,
anyways). Strange, to say the least.

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Klit-Byrd: Organized crime perhaps?

Post by RP » Mon, 03 Apr 2000 05:00:00

Quote:

>Eastern Europe is crawling with gangsters. At least that's the best and
>really only explanation I can come up with. Klitschko had to know he
>was way ahead in the fight and Byrd didn't look like he could hurt
>Klitschko if he stood there with his hands down and his back against
>the ropes for the remainder of the rounds. Also Klitschko looked like
>he was holding back (which was probably the best strategy against Byrd,
>anyways). Strange, to say the least.

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Another American retard who has no idea about Eastern Europe but from
american media.

 
 
 

Klit-Byrd: Organized crime perhaps?

Post by Jay » Mon, 03 Apr 2000 05:00:00

here we go......why is EVERY ***ING THING a *** theory!?!?!?!
What about the bottom line....Klit is nothing but the name states....A
***!!
This guy gets hurt DURING the fight....and starts crying saying...ohhhh, I
got
hurt...it hurts too much...I quit.  No wonder he went to school for a
PHD...he
knew he wouldn't amount to anything...and know the proof for all of us is
out!!
Quote:

> Eastern Europe is crawling with gangsters. At least that's the best and
> really only explanation I can come up with. Klitschko had to know he
> was way ahead in the fight and Byrd didn't look like he could hurt
> Klitschko if he stood there with his hands down and his back against
> the ropes for the remainder of the rounds. Also Klitschko looked like
> he was holding back (which was probably the best strategy against Byrd,
> anyways). Strange, to say the least.

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Klit-Byrd: Organized crime perhaps?

Post by i cheehuahua » Mon, 03 Apr 2000 05:00:00

Quote:

> Eastern Europe is crawling with gangsters. At least that's the best and
> really only explanation I can come up with. Klitschko had to know he
> was way ahead in the fight and Byrd didn't look like he could hurt
> Klitschko if he stood there with his hands down and his back against
> the ropes for the remainder of the rounds.

I don't know...I was watching the fight and I saw Byrd playing the role
of Mighty Mouse.  He had to jump and lounge at Klit...but he did some
great combinations.  In the end his work gradually added up and took a
toll on Klit.  It's a science and sometimes you take a beating but as
long as Father time doesn't run out...anything can happen.  Klit did not
continue because Byrd had inflicted enough damage.  Klit was hurting.

i cheehuahua

 
 
 

Klit-Byrd: Organized crime perhaps?

Post by Furrygo » Mon, 03 Apr 2000 05:00:00

Dude, don't get me started! Your boy quit, like a girl. Bottom-line, he had no
heart. Maybe he through out his shoulder when he missed Chris like 300 times!
 
 
 

Klit-Byrd: Organized crime perhaps?

Post by kiwi » Tue, 04 Apr 2000 04:00:00

Quote:


> > Eastern Europe is crawling with gangsters. At least that's the best and
> > really only explanation I can come up with. Klitschko had to know he
> > was way ahead in the fight and Byrd didn't look like he could hurt
> > Klitschko if he stood there with his hands down and his back against
> > the ropes for the remainder of the rounds.

> I don't know...I was watching the fight and I saw Byrd playing the role
> of Mighty Mouse.  He had to jump and lounge at Klit...but he did some
> great combinations.  In the end his work gradually added up and took a
> toll on Klit.  It's a science and sometimes you take a beating but as
> long as Father time doesn't run out...anything can happen.  Klit did not
> continue because Byrd had inflicted enough damage.  Klit was hurting.

  I think that's bullshit.  Byrd didn't do shit to Klit.
There's only a couple of explanations:  1) Klit is one of
the world's biggest pussies.  2) He really was injured.
3) The fight was fixed.  My guess is it's probably mostly
1) with a little 2) mixed in.
 
 
 

Klit-Byrd: Organized crime perhaps?

Post by i cheehuahua » Wed, 05 Apr 2000 04:00:00

Quote:



> > > Eastern Europe is crawling with gangsters. At least that's the best and
> > > really only explanation I can come up with. Klitschko had to know he
> > > was way ahead in the fight and Byrd didn't look like he could hurt
> > > Klitschko if he stood there with his hands down and his back against
> > > the ropes for the remainder of the rounds.

> > I don't know...I was watching the fight and I saw Byrd playing the role
> > of Mighty Mouse.  He had to jump and lounge at Klit...but he did some
> > great combinations.  In the end his work gradually added up and took a
> > toll on Klit.  It's a science and sometimes you take a beating but as
> > long as Father time doesn't run out...anything can happen.  Klit did not
> > continue because Byrd had inflicted enough damage.  Klit was hurting.

>   I think that's bullshit.  Byrd didn't do shit to Klit.

Well Klit is in the news today saying it was due to a Byrd punch that
his shoulder was injured.  Isn't boxing the sport where sometimes the
fighters try to beat each others bodies until one body can no longer
continue?  I believe it is Boxing...or is it curling...I always get the
two mixed up.

i cheehuahua :)