Don King, on Mike Tyson

"Why would anyone expect him to come out smarter?
He went to prison, not to Princeton."

"To me, boxing is like a ballet, except there's no music
and the dancers hit each other."

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Benny Urquidez vs Onuki

Benny Urquidez vs Onuki

Benny  had good boxing skills

Benny was 49 wins no losses coming into this fight and this made it 50 to 0 which is a better winning streak than Maywether...

The Bloody Fists
Published on Oct 14, 2014

The Bloody Fists (Chinese: 荡寇滩; pinyin: Dàng Kòu Tān), aka Deadly Buddhist Raiders or Death Beach, is a 1972 Hong Kong action movie directed by See-Yuen Ng and starring Chen Siu Sing and Chen Kuan Tai. 

The memorable fight scenes were choreographed by Yuen Woo-ping, better known for choreographing Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and The Matrix.

A roving band of Japanese karate fighters led by a masked, long-haired warrior (Chen Kuan Tai) enter a remote village in China hoping to get their hands on the local supply of "Dragon Herb." 

There they come into conflict with a group of Chinese kung fu fighters seeking to defend the herb. 

Tensions escalate, and the Chinese are defeated in several fights with the clearly superior Japanese force. 

Luckily, help arrives in the form of an outlaw kung fu expert (Chen Sing), who faces off against the Japanese leader in a climactic fight on the beach.

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