ksun247

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About ksun247

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  • Birthday 01/11/1971

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  • Redskins Fan Since
    birth
  • Favorite Redskin
    London Fletcher (current); all-time Darrell Green
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    San Antonio, Tx
  • Zip Code
    78245
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    Sports
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  • Birthdate
    January 11 1971

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  1. All Things Boxing

    He was a class act. He gave boxing lessons to just about everyone he fought. He was a dog in the ring and a gentleman outside of the ring. Boxing is not a sport to fool with if you can't get up to do the required prep work. Our last male Olympic Gold Medalist and he never got the recognition he deserved. That's a shame. He was always overlooked by the media and casual fans. I would like to see him continue as a boxing analyst either on HBO or PBC. That may prove difficult on PBC with the bad blood between ROC Nation and PBC (Al Haymon). One of my favorite fighters!
  2. All Things Boxing

    Judge's scoring criteria On the HBO broadcast, their unofficial scorer, Harold Letterman states these rules before he gives his scores after the first few rounds. But now, he is old and can't see things that good anymore. I don't trust him. As for Lampley, he constantly calls stuff that isn't there and that sways the tv audience's judgement. These are the basic rules for judging a fight. Effective Aggression – Being aggressive gives the impression of dominance, but unless the boxer is landing shots and not constantly getting countered, it’s not exactly “effective.” Judges look for effective aggression, where the aggressor consistently lands his punches and avoids those from his opponent. Ring Generalship – The fighter who controls the action and enforces his will and style. Defense – How well is a boxer slipping, parrying, and blocking punches? Good defense is important. Hard and Clean Punches – To the untrained eye, it can appear as if a boxer is landing a lot of shots, when, in fact, most are being blocked or aren’t landing flush. A judge needs to look for hard shots that land clean. Someone needs to hold these judges accountable when they mess up or the scores are very off. But boxing has been shady since Day 1, so getting upset is just the norm now. I don't sweat it. I'm used to it.
  3. Redskins Rams Post Game Assessments

    Imagine what he could have done if he had some decent field vision. He missed some open lanes. Don't seek contact, run away from it for as long as you can. He still did good though. Was happy for him and the team.
  4. Redskins Rams Post Game Assessments

    No matter the opponent, anytime we can win on the road is a good thing! Kirk is scared or he just doesn't trust either the O-line, wide receivers or both. But guys stepped up when we needed it. Great win!!! The team needed it more than us fans!
  5. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    A win is a win! #HTTR
  6. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    Defense needs to hold up! Plus, the Cowgirls are getting whipped! INT by Foster. Much needed defensive play! HTTR!!!
  7. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    Grant with the TD! Kirk and Gruden are so relieved. Now, we need the defense to step up. Can't give up the tying score.
  8. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    TP11 made the catch and got the 1st down.
  9. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    These guys are playing like chumps!
  10. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    We need the defense yo get us a turnover.
  11. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    Old man Davis making plays. Good 1st down.
  12. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    Missed it. We are snakebit!
  13. Game Day Thread - Redskins at LA Rams

    1st down by Crowder. Nice pass and catch.