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    really pleased for this fella, dont know him, never even heard of him before CR.

    ok so his striking wasnt very technical, and he was windmilling, but he certainly has a dig on him.

    but he seemed a proper nice fella in his post fight interview, really seemed made up to have the crowd cheering for him, and he seemed so happy to be there.

    well done Neil Groves, hope to see you in CR again.
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    Well done - no ill will for JT, but always a pleasure to see an outsider take his chance for glory. At nil notice in a big arena (on live tv) the guy showed a lot of bottle

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    Quote Originally Posted by widge milward View Post
    ok so his striking wasnt very technical, and he was windmilling, but he certainly has a dig on him.
    at 130 kg you would certainly know you have been hit, technical or not !
    if you think its easy stop now

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    i wasnt slating him, fair paly to him, but people are saying "he was just windmillin"

    so what, he went in trying to KO James, and he did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by widge milward View Post
    i wasnt slating him, fair paly to him, but people are saying "he was just windmillin"

    so what, he went in trying to KO James, and he did.
    widge,

    wind your neck in, i never implied that you were slating anybody.
    if you think its easy stop now

    no one achieved anything by doing nothing

    never argue with a fool

    if fighting is a pursuit rooted in pain, you will find the best teachers have often absorbed the most punishment themselves......and remained standing

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    sorry mark, just me mis reading this post:

    you would certainly know you have been hit, technical or not !
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    Lol at where his left hand is in that picture while hes punching

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    Is that a man or a woman ...... or both in the picture filming the fight?

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    You can't take anything away from a win.
    He won well and quick.
    Good for him.
    I hear his record is 3-0 now (sherdog says 1-0).
    It was scruffy though. hands down with haymakers shooting out.
    No doubt he will improve form as his career progresses but I wouldn't bank on him winning many witht that style.
    That said, a big congratulations to him.
    I imagine James would want a rematch 'cos it seemed a simple lapse that cost him that bout.
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