Thought you had me on ignore, Bubbles.Askren competed in the Olympics at 163 pounds, 10 years ago.
Now he's in his mid-30s, he's been walking around at near 200 pounds for the last decade, and he's going to cut an extra 10 pounds off of his old competition weight to fight at 155?
Oftentimes with Vino, you legit can't tell if he genuinely is that dumb, or if he just gets a kick out of babbling retard shit to get a rise out of people.
“I met a famous boxer once and had some amateur fights, der I’m an expert!” Good one BongDickhead5060, you brain dead fuckwit, stick to pulling cones in your trailer.Like I said I know enough. Had 8 amateur fights as a teen and been following boxing and MMA closely for the past twenty years. Trained with Trevor Wittman from 1999-2003 met a handful of pros along the way (Macho Camacho, Morales, Vernon Phillips, JC Candelo, Lonnie Smith, Ron Lyle, Cesar Valenzuela, Cesar Lopez, Touch of Sleep Williamson and others I have forgotten).
It doesn't take an amateur or pro fight to know that the man can't compete at 155. He competed in the 180s and 170s ten years ago as a wrestler. Look at his wrist and ankles. If he can even make the weight he'll be depleted and not himself. Like I said a bonehead idea to suggest he compete at 155.
Funny how he's gone from having a green belt in TKD when he was 10 to now saying he's also had 8 am fights.“I met a famous boxer once and had some amateur fights, der I’m an expert!” Good one BongDickhead5060, you brain dead fuckwit, stick to pulling cones in your trailer.
Very. It's just how people react in sports. People have no ability to apply context or understand the variables of fighting. He'll be fine. We'll see what happens after he gets another fight.How dominant was Askren in the other organisations? I don’t get the retirement calls, is it just the age thing? I’m really intrigued as to how far he can go, and I really like his character, he adds a lot to the division and is legitimately world class in wrestling.