Discussion in 'Boxing News and Discussion' started by Hawaiianpunch, Sep 27, 2018.
Lmao boxing is dead.
The nfl is dead on ABC, too, and boy has it suffered.
It was becoming unbearable to listen to. The ultimate circle jerk. The job is to call the fight i front of you not constantly stroke the ego's of each other and that's what it became.
And inevitably with Jim Lampley getting choked up and crying about something.
boxing is dead where?
HBO is tho , good bye I watch nothing on their programming aside from this piss poor coverage last few years , and then the nerve to shove a PPV up my ass routinely on top of my monthly $14.95
when it was the BAD era tho I loved HBO , 45 years gone first fight I ever saw on HBO that I remember was Muhammad Ali vs. Antonio Inoki in Tokyo on June 26, 1976
say it was dead....why lmao?
whats so funny about boxing being dead? what do you accomplish by boxing being dead?
boxing will never die its even available on the comfort of your own toilet
This is sad although HBO boxing programming hasn't been relevant for years. I canceled my subscription 3-4 years ago. I'll always remember the 80s, 90s, early 2000s when HBO was the king of putting together memorable bouts (Tyson fights, Morales/Barrera series, De La Hoya fights, young Mayweather, Pacquiao/Marquez series).
Mayweather's style turned many people off and we had to suffer through it for years.
The internet killed tv networks. Now theres too many ways to get your boxing. I know boxing is not completely dead but youre an idiot if you cant see that the sport is going through hard times.
On the plus side ill never have to listen to Leddermans nervous laugh. "Jajaja ok Jim I have Golovking 5 rds to 3"
He says "Chimmmmmm", not Jim.
Young Mayweather was exciting to watch. You were bored by the Hernandez, Manfredy, and Corrales fights?
Come on man, you know I'm talking shoulder roll, ko-less floyd.
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