Discussion in 'TalkCeltic Pub' started by cidermaster, Jul 26, 2019.
Discuss Cheats And Cheating Topic in the TalkCeltic Pub area at TalkCeltic.net.
Seems Acclaim were on to something
Is doing ones one tax returns and forgetting a few numbers on it classes as cheating. Ya know, maybe if one forgets to give an honest account of them, surely somewhere someone is losing out of a few quid extra dole somewhere or the top politicians wife won't be getting here * waxed 2 weeks of the year. Well, as an upstanding member of the community, if your a politicians wife or on the dole, you'll be thankful for all that * waxing and money for more soup from wee Tommy man for the west coast
2008 fight of the year.the loaded gloves(margarito.) fight with cotto vs margarito.cotto still holds his own in this.
airfield & mgregor in true hun fashion.when in doubt cheat your way out.
Arfield got really upset at Ntcham just ghosting past him like a third rate player he is. Wouldn’t get a job marshalling the Car Park on London road. * no mark.
The even worse one than that was Luis Resto v Billy Collins in the 1980s. Theres a brilliant documentary about it on Youtube. Resto's trainer removed basically all the padding from Resto's gloves and nearly killed Collins in the ring cause he was fighting essentially bare fisted. I actually felt slightly sorry for Resto after watching the documentary though. His trainer totally manipulated him into doing it and then also to cover it up. It was a dangerous dangerous thing to do in the boxing ring. Cant believe Margarito years later got away with the same thing
That fight was effectively the beginning of the end of Collins' life.
He never fought again afterwards, suffered from blurred vision as a result of the damage to his eyes, descended into alcoholism, became estranged from his wife, and eventually died after crashing his car.
On top of that, Collins was a very real prospect, having won 14 out of 14 professional fights.
And as you say, Resto was manipulated into doing it, and felt genuinely guilty for his part.
A truly tragic story.