Okay Rusty, the election is over and the votes are in; it’s time to “man-up” 축구 경기 다운로드!
Bet you’re thinking about the local and national elections, but in truth I’m talking about the election for the newest class for the International Boxing Hall of Fame in Canastota 다운로드.
The ballots had to be in by November 1, and in the interest of being true to my word (in boxing)? I could not vote for Mike Tyson.
As I wrote in this column a few weeks back, I cannot and will not, vote for anyone who has used performance enhancing drugs, unless that person goes into the Hall with an asterisk after his/her name 다운로드.
It’s not that Tyson needs my vote. He’s a lock for the Hall on the first ballot, and deservedly so. Tyson won a lot of his fights on the fear of his ring foes, but he still deserves admittance to the IBHOF 다운로드. But he should have the fact that he used these banned drugs registered on his record. Until the Hall of Fame does so, either via asterisk or other means, I’ll continue to vote for anyone proven to have used these substances hp 무선랜 드라이버.
In my mind, or what’s left of it, I have to believe that these PED drugs not only assist in the performance of the fighter, but also fool the fight fans as well 다운로드.
For the record, I voted for Julio Cesar Chavez, and five others, who, to the best of our knowledge fought ‘clean’.
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it 다운로드!
Glove 2 Glove:
Sad to note the passing of Alan Rudkin, British bantamweight champ, who left us at age 68.
Also news that Johnny ‘Smiler’ Van Rensburg, 78, South African light and welterweight champion 다운로드. Prayers are requested.
Prayers are also asked for Roland G. Fortin, a good boxing guy, who passed away at age 94, in Lewiston, ME.
Prayers requested for the return to health of Archie Wright, 2, who wandered into some dangerous substances.
Prayers for the complete return to good health to my old friend, promoter, and ex-wrestler Jack ‘Moe’ Smith who had complete reconstructive knee surgery a couple of weeks back. Moe’s a fighter and making a complete recovery.
Tough fighter and great competitor Scott LeDoux, who was always in shape (as I prefer to remember him). Scott has ALS and has been given less than six months to live.
On behalf of these great fighters who have given their all in our great sport, we thank you for your ongoing prayers.
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