BOXING IS -- WHAT'S THAT EXPRESSION ??
From as far back as I can remember , I grew up faithfully watching boxing with my Father. It was to say the least, a weekly ritual and I grew to love it. But it all came to a hault around the age of 14 when my parents divorced. You know the scenario, Mother and Sister liked to watch the the same thing , so O.k. and when I was older it was still the same. Who ever I lived with or who ever lived with me, it was "O.K.,what ever you want". Until one day I accidentally happened upon a boxing match on "HBO" and was elated. Who knew --Da--not this idiot. Anyway the bug came back and I wanted more.
I mentioned it to someone who gave me the name of a site that when I went to gave me the schedules for all of the up coming fights that would be coming to HBO in the future. To him I'ed like so say "Thank YOU!!" I am eternally greatful.
I had a wonderful time last saturday night watching boxing. Of course I've been away from it for so long that I don't know any of them so I'll just have to bone up. But for those of you who are Joval fans, (like I said first time I've seen him) but he didn't show me much that night. Did you see that first gut punch Vargas landed just a little to the left side. Looked to me like Joval couldn't take a gut punch at all???? As for the Morales and Pacquiao fight, well I enjoyed it. I know now you think I'm a blood monger -no- I just like action. I'ed like to see some more of them both. I have to give credit to Pacquiao for hanging in there even tho I really don't think he could see much of anything. I never did see the dreaded punch Pacquiao was suppose to have. Maybe next time.
So now that I have found my "niche" again, I have made it quite clear to all ---Boxing night is my night. Do not hand me the phone and DON'T TOUCH THAT CHANNEL !!