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Posted: 2009-05-07 05:15:00
Imaguire1977 is troll, I've seen him / her talking pish on a few threads now, he / she is best ignored.

Gutted I missed the show, I hear that the B & A class bouts in particular were very good.
Well done Jordan Calder on another good win mate, you just keep getting better and better, we're all proud of you wee man.
I also hear Lyn Minden was incredible... strong, aggresive, great technique and only his fifth fight. Compare that with Waynes experience of aprox' 17 bouts and you can see how good 'Quadzilla' really is. Well done mate.

Unlucky John Dick, I've been at his last 8 or so bouts and he's won them all, I don't turn up to this one and he loses. I like to think that's down to my tactical advice but who knows.

Anyway, the POS shows are always good (long, but good, haha), in my opinion it's a great platform for Scotlands rising stars and experienced pro's. The POS show is a positive thing in Scottish Muay Thai, keep the thread positive guys.

Gary, well done on another show!


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