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  1. Angelcynn

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    Last night I watched this appauling cheap boxing programme called KOTV (I think it's American cuz it didn't have anything on British boxing although the narrator guy was English but I think he was just dubbed over the original narration). Anyways When it started I was thinking 'yea this is gonna be good' but god gamn I was so wrong. It showed highlights of 2 fights between black v black, a black guy beating some awful white boxer, and a black guy beating some Mexican, all of whome I'd never heard of or thought I slightly recognised their names (basically unknowns).

    All the fights took place in the USA and looked liked irrelevant undercard fights. Things get even worse! They interviewed Jeff Lacy and Manfredo! Two rubbish boxers who Calzaghe beat with ease (as we all know). Then they capped off the show with what they called 'a classic fight'. It was Corrie Sanders losing to frikin Rahman. They could've showed Maskaev Rahman, that was the best KO ever! There wasn't one slightly positive thing regarding a white boxer in the whole programme, it was truly awful to watch. This is evidence that no matter how much whites dominate boxing the media will still try as hard as possible to make out otherwise. Talk about discrimination [​IMG] .
     
  2. Charles Martel

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    I bet the producer or creator of what you saw was Jewish? They seem to have some protocol or agenda of creating an illusion that black men can fight better than white men.
     
  3. aussieaussie31

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    I know exactly what you are talking Englishmen. Even down here in Aussieland these things are common. I'll go to the gym and run a little on the treadmill after working out. While on the treadmill they have a big screen T.V. that you can watch. They frequently show boxing highlights. It is no exageration to say that I have never seen a highlight of a white boxer beating a black one. I've seen the Rahman-Sanders highlight reel 2 or 3 times already. Never have I seen the Maskaev/Rahman highlights. No Klitschko's, no Katsidis (even though he is Australian), no Sultan, no Platov, no Pavlik, no Calzaghe, no Kessler, no Enzo, no Bute, no Lyakovitch, no Valuev, no Woods, no Virchis, no Ruslan, no Povetkin, once in a blue moon Danny Green, no Paul Briggs (another homegrown fighter), no Hatton, no Gavin Reese, no Maligmagni, no Adamek, no Erdei, no, Ottke, no Diaconu, no Inkin, no Froch, no Tsypko, no Duddy, no Morrison (unless it is Lennox Lewis or Ray Mercer knocking him out which I have seen there), or any other white fighter doing well.
    Instead we get to see highlights of guys who have not boxed in three years. We see plenty of Riddick Bowe KOing Coetzee, Plenty of Mercer, Plenty of Tyson from 1988, plenty of Razor Ruddock, plenty of Michael Moore, Roy Jones, Hopkins, even seen Jermain Taylor knocking some hapless white guy with zero skills out, (and this was recently, after Taylor was destroyed by Kelly Pavlik).
    As long as that list is I have not even scratched the surface when it comes to what I call "racist Highlights".
    I have never been big on conspiracy theories. However I am convinced that within the Media you have orders coming directly from the top in regards to whether or not they show Rahman getting knocked out of the ring by Maskaev. Or whether Lacy getting broken down by Calzaghe gets air-time, or whether Pavlik's dismantling of Taylor is showed.Edited by: aussieaussie31
     
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    I was unsuccessfully trying to find the Sanders-Rahman fight on Youtube, the complete fight, not just the end. As I remember it, Sanders was knocking Rahman around like a rag doll in the early rounds until he ran out of gas. He didn't do any running to train for that fight as his ankle was injured (plus he doesn't like to run). Wlad had the great misfortune to run into him one of the few times that he bothered to get himself into top shape.




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  5. Maple Leaf

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    Reporting in from Canada... [​IMG]

    We have our gorns in the media as well but at least on TSN (Canadian version of ESPN) they have an obligation to favour Canadian boxers. Gatti fights were given plenty of air time and Lucien Bute and Steve Molitor are talked about all the time on TSN's weekly boxing show which I cannot remember the name of. The gorn that hosts the show, name forgotten, trains black boxers in Montreal and he loves them, a lot. In a preamble to airing an ESPN episode of "Classic Boxing", in which Sugar Ray Robinson was drooled over, this gorn couldn't praise Robinson's loss to Joey Maxim enough saying something like: "...had it not been for the 104 degrees temperature Robinson would surely had gained the light heavyweight title..." as if Maxim was fighting somewhere else and wasn't affected by the heat?

    We know they are desperate to deny the sudden and decisive destruction of the black hype in boxing when they have to resort to old black and white tape to save the black man's fragile ego.
     
  6. Deadlift

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    In the USA, the main ESPN channel has been showing mostly black vs. black fights from the early to mid 90's period. I have seen a number of these programs crop up in the last few months.

    You have Holyfield beating this and that black, etc. I reckon that "regular" ESPN largely shy's away from older boxing bouts, and these programs have become more frequent as White boxer's continue to win.


    Even if they show mostly older black vs. black, I think I know what they're doing.

    They are afraid that White American's will see the LIGHT of GLORY, and follow the Eastern Euro path to victory...


    NOTE:

    The USA and Hollywood is the base that the parasites use to infect the whole White World, so the destruction of the White American man is of utmost importance.

    They know "the base" will thrive as long as the White American man is "cowed" and "in his place" --- and in awe of "his" USA Olympic basketball team!!

    The truth really is in plain view.
     
  7. Charles Martel

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    The Canadian version of ESPN Classic is worse than the US version. During the week before the Holyfield vs. Ibragimov fight, the US version showed Sultan's fights with Austin, Whitaker, and Briggs, along with Holyfield's fights, while the Canadian version showed only Holyfield's, as if Ibragimov didn't exist. We do see a lot of Gatti, but we mostly see Ali's biggest fights on over and over again, and sometimes Foreman, Holmes and Frazier.

    TSN shows Lewis vs. Morrison over and over again, but never Foreman vs. Morrison. I would really like to see fights from a few years ago like Wlad vs. McCline, Wlad vs. Byrd I, Vitali vs. Donald, Vitali vs. Williams, Lyakhovich vs. Guinn, Calzaghe vs. Lacy etc. but they'll never show them.
     

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