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Earnie Shavers Power pt. 2

The next issue forwarded by idiot is the following: Does knocking out fighters – i.e. beating them senseless – who are heavier serve as a primary factor in determining a puncher’s relative power? Not really if taken at face value. There are several issues to take into consideration. 1.  The author of the aforementioned screed has compiled a comprehensive […]

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Earnie Shavers Power pt. 3

  This is the crux of his commentary concerning Shavers vs. heavyweights across the board. ——————————– Here are the real statistics of Shavers, not some nostalgic fantasies: Name ▲ KO’ratio (sub-200 opponents)○ KO’ratio (200+ lbs opponents) ○ KO’ratio (215+ lbs opponents) ○ ·Earnie Shavers 90.9% 68.4% 47.8% (11of23) ·Evander Holyfield 77.7% 40.0% 34.4% (10of29) ·Joe Frazier 100.0% 50.0% […]

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Earnie Shavers Power pt. 4

Just for closure, here is some crap that, particularly given what I’ve just written, I don’t think I can even begin to address. However, I will try simply because it will show two things: 1. How right I am 2. How idiot here does nothing but exactly prove my points over, and over, and over… […]

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Do Not Question the Power of Earnie Shavers.

My brother sent me a link to a particularly sad blogpost from a blog that is dedicated to heavyweight boxing. Ordinarily, I wouldn’t give the time of day to 90% of anyone else’s opinions on boxing unless there was some good reason. Reasons like, they are somehow involved in boxing, or study it beyond watching a […]

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Boxing Tutorial

Boxing is one of my great loves. Philosophy, music, the development of human evolution, and political history also come to mind as interests. Regardless, for anyone who’s listening I’m going to be publishing a series on boxing and what to look for as a fan who wants to understand what’s really going on in a […]

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Commentary Forum: 05/19

Forum Center: Trouble in Texas By Sarah Sidlow Recently, in Garland, Texas, two gunmen opened fire. Their target: the Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest, organized by the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI). According to AFDI President Pamela Geller, the contest was held as a demonstration of free speech. “After [January’s] Charlie Hebdo massacre – […]

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Debate forum: 05/05

Forum Center: Stayin’ alive By Sarah Sidlow “The Justice Department and FBI have formally acknowledged that nearly every examiner in an elite FBI forensic unit gave flawed testimony in almost all trials in which they offered evidence against criminal defendants over more than a two-decade period before 2000.” So begins a recent story published by […]

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Question from the Editor: The Aftermath of my Unbelievable Rightness

Sarah watched the fight I’m happy to say, and she sent me a thought this morning that sums up what many, many people were thinking. ————————————— From: editor@daytoncitypaper.co Subject: Re: Date: Mon, 4 May 2015 08:49:43 -0400 To: benivarius@hotmail.comHey Ben, I ended up at a friend’s house watching the fight. I’m not too knowledgeable, but […]

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“Pacquiao. Is Going. To Get. A Good. Ass. Whoopin’.” Part 5

“Pacquiao.  Is going.  To get.  A good.  Ass.  Whoopin’.”   -Roger Mayweather, the world’s most accidentally hilarious trainer in the history of the sport.   (Sorry if anyone wanted part 5 before the fight and couldn’t read it. Apparently if was online but it didn’t appear with the others as I didn’t click some tag […]

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“Pacquiao. Is going. To get. A good. Ass. Whoopin’” part 4

-Roger Mayweather, the world’s most accidentally hilarious   trainer in the history of the sport.     Pt. 4 of 5: Conversion and Concussion   Never in the history of any sport has any athlete made more money for more people by getting his ass kicked than Oscar De La Hoya. Even the great Sugar Ray […]

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Chew on this: 07/21

More than picking fresh vegetables By Jayne Powers   Today, let’s shine a light on vegetables—literally. Walk into any supermarket, […]

The Docket: 07/21

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim By Researched and reported by Amanda Dee Nailed it The owner of a nail salon […]

News of the weird: 07/21

By Chuck Shepherd It Pays to Fail The enormous compensation CEOs of large corporations receive is justified in part by […]

Advice Goddess: 7/14

By Amy Alkon   Beyond Thunderdomes I have a great circle of female friends, but one of “the group” has […]

This ain’t Orwell

Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse down on ‘The Farm’ By CC Hutten Photo: Yellow Springs Kids Playhouse will present “The Farm” […]

news of the weird 7/14/15

By Chuck Shepherd Update California inventor Matt McMullen, who makes the world’s most realistic life-sized female doll, the RealDoll (with […]