David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby TheLittleMozart » Sun Nov 14, 2010 12:44 pm

Libertine wrote:Audley Harrison should consider himself lucky that wasn't a Frank Warren promotion last night.
If it had been, he wouldn't be getting paid.


He shouldnt get paid for that utter disgrace of a performance!
He threw one punch and only last the 3 rounds becuase david let him... haye could have ended the fight in the first 20 seconds if he wanted to.
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Forest » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:01 pm

all i can say is :rofll:
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Est83 » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:07 pm

All I can say is... the real fight of the night started at 4am! Thank f**k I ended the night with the Pacqcuaio fight rather than that three round joke!
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Libertine » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:11 pm

GunnGunn wrote:Awful, though when you look back should we really of expected any different?


As i posted earlier in the week GG, people have bought into Harrison selling the fight by talking about his "big punch" and his "destiny".

I looked at the way some of the media were describing Harrison and i didn't recognise the fighter they were talking about.
and i can remember Audley boxing as an amateur at Northolt! :lol:
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Goose » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:30 pm

Fraudley has brought shame onto NW London

He got paid £3 million to stand there and throw 1 punch

Reminds me of the film the Great White Hype
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Est83 » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:46 pm

Goose wrote:Fraudley has brought shame onto NW London

He got paid £3 million to stand there and throw 1 punch

Reminds me of the film the Great White Hype


:lol: was thinking the same thing!
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby gzagee » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:55 pm

Libertine wrote:
gzagee wrote:He said after the fight that he thought he was drawing Haye in, got caught behind the back of the head for the knock-down (although he admitted he got caught with a good punch), he said the ref stopped it early (deluded!) and he hasn't yet completed his mission!! (nutter!!)


That was the most disturbing part of the night for me.
Harrison was sitting there in his dressing room saying things like "i had just got my jab going and was armiong into the fight" really????

On a side note:
Whilst the main event was a non event, it was an excellent scrap between George Groves and Kenny Anderson.


I agree.

As for Groves, he can count himself lucky it wasn't DeGale he was facing last night. He'd've been annihilated.
But he did show guts to get through that bad period to stop the other fella.
He'll learn alot from that fight.
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby GunnGunn » Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:01 pm

Libertine wrote:
GunnGunn wrote:Awful, though when you look back should we really of expected any different?


As i posted earlier in the week GG, people have bought into Harrison selling the fight by talking about his "big punch" and his "destiny".

I looked at the way some of the media were describing Harrison and i didn't recognise the fighter they were talking about.
and i can remember Audley boxing as an amateur at Northolt! :lol:


I didn't believe it for a second, although i did want to, it was nagging at me, but i couldn't forget the fact that he has been a continual source of disappointment.

He has everything you could want from a heavyweight boxer attribute wise, light on his feet, great reach, unorthodox stance, huge size, great defence and a left hand that will take out anyone.

He didn't deserve this fight, he has been a salesman for the last month and i hope he retires without his dignity.

He won't though, he will probably, somehow get a chance for another shot.
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Yorkyblue » Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:11 pm

gzagee wrote:
Libertine wrote:
gzagee wrote:He said after the fight that he thought he was drawing Haye in, got caught behind the back of the head for the knock-down (although he admitted he got caught with a good punch), he said the ref stopped it early (deluded!) and he hasn't yet completed his mission!! (nutter!!)


That was the most disturbing part of the night for me.
Harrison was sitting there in his dressing room saying things like "i had just got my jab going and was armiong into the fight" really????

On a side note:
Whilst the main event was a non event, it was an excellent scrap between George Groves and Kenny Anderson.


I agree.

As for Groves, he can count himself lucky it wasn't DeGale he was facing last night. He'd've been annihilated.
But he did show guts to get through that bad period to stop the other fella.
He'll learn alot from that fight.


Brilliant come back though. Groves was f***ked. I thought he'd had it and was dissapointed cos I like the lad. He'll take a lot from the fight though. A lot of boxers would of lost there and took it as a lesson. He's managed to keep his record as well as the lesson.
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby TheLittleMozart » Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:41 pm

There is talk of Harrisson getting his 1million purse taken off him becuase his didn't seem to be trying!
I hope he does becuase that was an utter disgrace... He deserves nothing from that fight.
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Est83 » Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:43 pm

I'd gladly take a 30 second beating from Haye for £3m.
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Waterfordgooner » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:04 pm

The likes of Harrison wont retire as long as there are TV companies willing to pay him big bucks and people willing to go PPV to watch that sort of rubbish
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Reverend Gooner » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:44 pm

Who would pay for a Harrison fight now though?
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Yorkyblue » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:58 pm

Reverend Gooner wrote:Who would pay for a Harrison fight now though?


Me.

Just to see him get beat! :)
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Re: David Haye vs Audley Harrison

Postby Yorkyblue » Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:09 pm

After showing no attacking intent on Saturday night, Audley Harrison is set to sign for Manchester City.
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