Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Tod » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Did you notice how quickly they skimmed over the DLH fight during the
pre-fight coverage?  Obviously they didn't have enough confidence in
that dubious victory to crow about it, because there sure wasn't a lot
of great footage for them to show.  The only way Trinidad can
completely and confidently make the PFP claim is if he beats DLH
legitimately, not through a gift decision.

Todd

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Samsu » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

>Did you notice how quickly they skimmed over the DLH fight during the
>pre-fight coverage?  Obviously they didn't have enough confidence in
>that dubious victory to crow about it, because there sure wasn't a lot
>of great footage for them to show.  The only way Trinidad can
>completely and confidently make the PFP claim is if he beats DLH
>legitimately, not through a gift decision.

oscar lost. face it.

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Michael Munge » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
> oscar lost. face it.

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Did Trinidad knock him out ? Did Trinidad win by CONVINCING victory ?

Hmmmmm...

Michael

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Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Robert Phillip » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Quote:


> > oscar lost. face it.
> ----------------------
> Did Trinidad knock him out ? Did Trinidad win by CONVINCING victory ?
> Hmmmmm...
> Michael

Did he need to?  Who's wearing the belts?

Pie

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Vizcay » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00

There was some good footage in the Oscar vs. Felix fight,, Its just that it
was all OScar,, and how well he used his "foot"age to run from Felix.


Quote:
> Did you notice how quickly they skimmed over the DLH fight during the
> pre-fight coverage?  Obviously they didn't have enough confidence in
> that dubious victory to crow about it, because there sure wasn't a lot
> of great footage for them to show.  The only way Trinidad can
> completely and confidently make the PFP claim is if he beats DLH
> legitimately, not through a gift decision.

> Todd

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Tod » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00


spake:

Quote:

>>Did you notice how quickly they skimmed over the DLH fight during the
>>pre-fight coverage?  Obviously they didn't have enough confidence in
>>that dubious victory to crow about it, because there sure wasn't a lot
>>of great footage for them to show.  The only way Trinidad can
>>completely and confidently make the PFP claim is if he beats DLH
>>legitimately, not through a gift decision.

>oscar lost. face it.

Oscar gave it away.  Trinidad didn't take it.  There's a difference.

Todd

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Tod » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00


thus spake:

Quote:
>There was some good footage in the Oscar vs. Felix fight,, Its just that it
>was all OScar,, and how well he used his "foot"age to run from Felix.

In the last three rounds, I'll agree with you.  For the first nine he
took Trinidad to school.  

Todd

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Bria » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
>oscar lost. face it.

yep he lost it, Trinidad certainly didn't win it. It was basically a draw.
 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Vizcay » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Yeah, I agree. But it made for a boring fight. The only thing cool about the
fight was the expression on Oscars and Arum's face when the decsion was
read.


Quote:

> thus spake:

> >There was some good footage in the Oscar vs. Felix fight,, Its just that
it
> >was all OScar,, and how well he used his "foot"age to run from Felix.

> In the last three rounds, I'll agree with you.  For the first nine he
> took Trinidad to school.

> Todd

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by NetRic » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Bottom line: Tito came to fight, and Oscar in his greatest challenge chose to
run not fight.
 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Robert Phillip » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00

Quote:

> Oscar gave it away.  Trinidad didn't take it.  There's a difference.
> Todd

...not in the record books...

Pie

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by doggyboy2.. » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00



Quote:
> Bottom line: Tito came to fight,

and got ***-slapped for most of the fight. Where was Tito's power
then???

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Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by doggyboy2.. » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Quote:


> thus spake:

> >There was some good footage in the Oscar vs. Felix fight,, Its just
that it
> >was all OScar,, and how well he used his "foot"age to run from Felix.

> In the last three rounds, I'll agree with you.  For the first nine he
> took Trinidad to school.

Yes he did. No question about it, dude.

-doggyboy ;>

Quote:

> Todd

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Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Tod » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00


thus spake:

Quote:


>> Oscar gave it away.  Trinidad didn't take it.  There's a difference.
>> Todd

>...not in the record books...

>Pie

The record books don't speak.  Boxing fans and critics do.  There will
always be an asterisk next to that "win".

Todd

 
 
 

Why Even Trinidad & King Question His DLH "Victory"

Post by Tod » Sun, 05 Mar 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
>Bottom line: Tito came to fight, and Oscar in his greatest challenge chose to
>run not fight.

If Tito fought the way he did last night, I'd agree with your
statement.  Instead, he chose to play heavy bag for nine rounds.  :-)

Todd