The Downfall of Charlie Zelenoff

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He aight. I do get annoyed with the weird flak he catches for it from other people on ESPN as if it is something he should be ashamed of.
Yeah, I give him credit if anything because he was basically a pretty regular 90s New York white kid that was in to hip hop without being a fake gangsta, plus like you said, he was aight.
 
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To think, he was actually a poster from ESB.

Did you guys ever interact with him when he posted?
Yeah, I used to insult him regularly with a couple of other posters. One of the biggest disappointments was when he didn’t end up fighting Danger aka Hillbilly Pimp which was around that time.
 

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Yeah, I used to insult him regularly with a couple of other posters. One of the biggest disappointments was when he didn’t end up fighting Danger aka Hillbilly Pimp which was around that time.
I think he might have fucked up danger to be honest.

Dude looked like he was 2 days away from death via AIDS.

But maybe Danger would have shot him.



Speaking of which...Danger is one of my regrets.

I think I trolled him harder than he deserved.
 
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I think he might have fucked up danger to be honest.

Dude looked like he was 2 days away from death via AIDS.

But maybe Danger would have shot him.



Speaking of which...Danger is one of my regrets.

I think I trolled him harder than he deserved.
Danger was a good guy and a good poster. Let’s just say he was a plus for esb.
 

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Danger was a good guy and a good poster. Let’s just say he was a plus for esb.
He was a psycho but I don't actually think he was a bad person and I probably fucked with him a bit more than he deserved.

Joe E. can go fuck himself though...
 

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I still think the whole thing is just brilliant acting & the whole thing is a scam, right down to the bloke who beat him in his one & only real fight


I mean it’s incredibly elaborate but it will go down in history & the real Charlie will join the Jackass cast or become a Hollywood superstar

And he’s taking the man who beat him with him

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Imagine getting knocked the fuck out in 27 of your 30 fights & still being allowed to box?
fuck sake, the man is a comedic genius
 
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He was a psycho but I don't actually think he was a bad person and I probably fucked with him a bit more than he deserved.

Joe E. can go fuck himself though...
Danger had some crazy conspiracy theories about the federal government but I think he was a cool guy and overall reasonable person that one could see if they had a longer conversation with him.
 
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Ugh, the one's I remember that had that fascination with him that extended to harassment like Zakman, Oztriker, @Joe E that I can recall... Were more cringey than Charlie.
 
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I still think the whole thing is just brilliant acting & the whole thing is a scam, right down to the bloke who beat him in his one & only real fight


I mean it’s incredibly elaborate but it will go down in history & the real Charlie will join the Jackass cast or become a Hollywood superstar

And he’s taking the man who beat him with him

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Imagine getting knocked the fuck out in 27 of your 30 fights & still being allowed to box?
fuck sake, the man is a comedic genius
Boxing is poorly regulated in alot of places in the country. I remember someone had an idea one time of any fighter that loses 10 fights by KO or TKO can not get a license anywhere in the states. I actually thought that sounded reasonable.
 

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Boxing is poorly regulated in alot of places in the country. I remember someone had an idea one time of any fighter that loses 10 fights by KO or TKO can not get a license anywhere in the states. I actually thought that sounded reasonable.



Of course it’s reasonable, if a Rugby player here had that many concussions he’d pretty much be retired, even after 5 pretty bad ones the talk starts given what they know now with long term effects
 
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Community service.

The dude has schizophrenia IMO.

He’s got a very strong delusion that he’s a champion boxer.

I don’t feel sorry for him but I think the next step in all this is that he crosses the wrong person and somebody puts him out of his misery with a bullet.

Having him committed to a hospital is dangerous because he is assaultive.

He is the worst kind of mentally ill patient because of his assaultive background.

There is no cure for him.

He is a danger to society because of his delusion.
 
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The dude has schizophrenia IMO.

He’s got a very strong delusion that he’s a champion boxer.

I don’t feel sorry for him but I think the next step in all this is that he crosses the wrong person and somebody puts him out of his misery with a bullet.

Having him committed to a hospital is dangerous because he is assaultive.

He is the worst kind of mentally ill patient because of his assaultive background.

There is no cure for him.

He is a danger to society because of his delusion.

The one thing I believe I know first hand about mental hospitals is when a person is placed in one for evaluation, one of the first things they try to establish is if he/she is a danger to others or themselves, and that goes a long way in determining how long they treat them. If they are found to not be a danger to themselves or others, they are usually only held for a couple weeks and released. Upon release they are usually given instructions to do follow-up treatment, but there are no safeguards in place to make sure they do so.

I know this because my stepdaughter has been institutionalized 5 times already and that is the parameters they have used each time.
 
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The one thing I believe I know first hand about mental hospitals is when a person is placed in one for evaluation, one of the first things they try to establish is if he/she is a danger to others or themselves, and that goes a long way in determining how long they treat them. If they are found to not be a danger to themselves or others, they are usually only held for a couple weeks and released. Upon release they are usually given instructions to do follow-up treatment, but there are no safeguards in place to make sure they do so.

I know this because my stepdaughter has been institutionalized 5 times already and that is the parameters they have used each time.
Gumbo, I used to work as a mental health technician in my 20’s.

You are correct, if he goes around punching people in a psychiatric unit he will be medicated with a B 52 shot, (haldol ativan cogent in) and possibly be put in physical restraint as worse case scenario.

Then he will be put on a 1 to 1. Arms length with a mental health technician.

He is a danger to society if he keeps going around to gyms and cheap shotting people.
 
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