Who's looking forward to that Don King slop card PPV coming up

Who's looking forward to that Don King slop card PPV coming up

Post by LLC » Mon, 11 Oct 2004 21:41:47


Hollyfield, Rahman, Ruiz, Golota. What is this, washed up PPV of the month
club.
 
 
 

Who's looking forward to that Don King slop card PPV coming up

Post by History Fa » Mon, 11 Oct 2004 23:35:53


Quote:
> Hollyfield, Rahman, Ruiz, Golota. What is this, washed up PPV of the month
> club.

       I'm curious to know who wins, but I'm not paying for it.  I also
wondered who and in what venue Holyfield would fight again.  I see he's
going up against a club fighter (Donald) and fighting on the undercard.
When's the last time Evander fought on a undercard?  Quite a few years.
Finally, anyone know what Evander's purse is this time?  If it's more than a
million I'd be surprised.

 
 
 

Who's looking forward to that Don King slop card PPV coming up

Post by Marc » Tue, 12 Oct 2004 10:41:44

I am.  Byrd - McCline and Ruiz - Golota are intriguing bouts that could
shake up the division.


Quote:
> Hollyfield, Rahman, Ruiz, Golota. What is this, washed up PPV of the month
> club.


 
 
 

Who's looking forward to that Don King slop card PPV coming up

Post by Paul Casse » Wed, 13 Oct 2004 01:10:45

Quote:

> I am.  Byrd - McCline and Ruiz - Golota are intriguing bouts that could
> shake up the division.

Yeah, Ruiz - Golota will surely rock the division - to sleep.

-paul

 
 
 

Who's looking forward to that Don King slop card PPV coming up

Post by History Fa » Wed, 13 Oct 2004 04:08:23

Quote:
> Yeah, Ruiz - Golota will surely rock the division - to sleep.

        Is Ruiz-Golota the main event?
 
 
 

Who's looking forward to that Don King slop card PPV coming up

Post by s. youn » Thu, 14 Oct 2004 09:21:31



Quote:
> > Yeah, Ruiz - Golota will surely rock the division - to sleep.

>         Is Ruiz-Golota the main event?

In the ring logo for Trinidad-Mayorga, Byrd-McCline had top bililng,
followed by Ruiz-Golota, Donald-Holyfield, then Rahman-Meehan

Actually, I think it was holyfield v. donald, not the other way around.  

they had turnbuckles with each fight on it, too.  Man, I wonder if I can
get that Holyfield Donald turnbucke on eBay?  that would light up my
living room.  

Shamus