>>I just read in Reuters' message that Rock Newman said he was looking
>>forward to Bowe-Golota rematch. Golota camp reportedly said they would
>>likely accept one. So are the low punches forgotten? Where is the
>>Bowe camp's anger against Golota now? Bowe got whipped and he wants
>>to save his reputation and career.
>Yeah that's about it. No-one nowhere is referring to this
>disqualification as a 'victory' for Bowe. At least the thoroughly
>discredited Bowe has enough left to want to avenge his
>His megabucks Tyson fight is gone with the wind though.
>And the formerly under-estimated Andrezj Golotta is now
>in a position to deal for those heavyweight Tyson
>I can't hide it, I love this shit. Way to go Andrezj!
Yeah, I love this stuff, too. I didn't see the fight and I never saw Galota before that
but apparently the guy comes to fight and he CAN fight. Breath of fresh air in the
heavyweight division; the sharpies and crooks are going to have to take Galota into
account for their calculations for now on. However, I don't think guys like King and
Newman are going to want to put their fighters in with Galota - too much money at stake to
risk the reasonable possibility of a loss to him. As for Tyson, I will be accordingly
surprised if he will EVER fight Galota. King/Tyson are in it for the money (no complaint)
and into taking the path of least resistance. After Friday's fight, I don't think anyone
is going to regard Galota as part of the road of least resistance to titles. I'd sincerely
like to be wrong about (not) seeing Galota matched up with other respected heavyweights.
But cynicism isn't an altogether useless quality to bring to making sense of heavyweight
By the way, any idea of where/when a replay of the fight (both <g>) can be seen?