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Miniluv
Posted: 2003-06-23 05:29:19
"I've got to say that's why I didn't go to the show. Having enjoyed Bill Judd's show so much in Feb was looking forward to this one, however I was pretty sure that the organisation wouldn't be as good and didn't want to waste a rare day off."

Colin, good idea, I should've saved myself the 25 and just waited til the show went to air on TV... but the line-up was so great I just couldn't allow myself to miss so many exciting fights.

Taking nothing away from the fighters, they fought with heart and all did their camps proud. The atmosphere and support from the fans was brilliant too, such a good crowd.

It is just such a shame that the overall event was tainted by the poor organisation and total lack of consideration for the people who have come from all over England to watch so many great fighters. This is the second time I've been to a Jacko promoted show at the Rex and it is the second time I've had to wait outside for over an hour and a half before being let in, only to be informed that there is going to be a further hours delay to the start of events. Add to this the fact that drinks were overpriced and bottles/cans of drink were being confiscated at the door upon entry (including softs), we had to pay 2 for a programme, which had the wrong information anyway, the only people who were able to get food were the ones who had ringside/VIP tickets, not only did the show start late but we then had to suffer a second interval following the John Shiels fight because of some sort of commotion at ringside! AND to add insult to injury we were fobbed off with a couple of well dodgy decisions, which were so obviously wrong it was laughably unbelieveable. Sak Nayagam and John Shiels should have both won their fights and although they didn't on paper, anyone who saw the actual fights knows who the real winners are. Well done lads, we know you're the true winners!

It certainly looks like Mr Jacko's going to have to go a long way to beat Master B's Thunder & Lightning shows.

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