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  1. Yeah, Whyte against Wilder at some point down the line is the one I'd like to see.
  2. Glad to hear there's a rematch clause, Whyte deserves to get his crack at the world title after waiting so long. If he wins the rematch of course.
  3. I can't believe that just happened, Povetkin looked absolute turd until that moment. Completely wiped him out.
  4. Quality fight again I had it 97-95 Taylor, but great stuff from Persoon again, she's got phenomenal stamina.
  5. Looks like he's not been on here since 30th March. Hope he's alright.
  6. Yeah, judges aside, I think we were all in agreement that night. Hope it's another slug fest.
  7. Evening all, hope you're all well. Looking forward to watching some boxing tonight, haven't watched any of the behind closed doors stuff yet. Can't wait for the Taylor fight, the first one was great.
  8. Their argument will be with the EFL won't it? If they go down the legal route I wouldn't have thought there is enough time to overturn their relegation, the best they could hope for is compensation right?
  9. Yeah I agree, all these things seem to be so badly organised when a team breaks some sort of rules. I've got a feeling neither party will appeal but you could well be right.
  10. Relieved the waiting is over more than anything. I thought I'd prefer to get a deduction this season, but now its happened I'm pleased we've at least got a fighting chance next season. The decision won't win us many friends but I don't give a monkeys to be honest.
  11. I think number 4 is the most likely, unless I'm remembering it wrong I seem to remember QPR negotiating their punishment when they fell foul of the rules a few years ago. One thought that has crossed my mind, whilst lots of people have been accusing the the EFL/independent panel of being useless etc is that the delay in any sort of decision might be coming from the other side, as it would be in Wednesday's interest to drag this out as long as possible wouldn't it?
  12. Apparently so, nobody seems to have a clue what's going on. The hearing apparently ended a couple of weeks ago and they've been deliberating ever since, I wonder if they all meet once a week for an hour or something like some sort of badminton club, it's pathetic isn't it.
  13. Rubbish end to a rubbish season. Part of me hopes we get our points deduction now as I don't see us surviving if we start on minus points next season and there's not much point in delaying the inevitable relegation to League One. We've not got much of a squad left (Rhodes is the only striker now at the club) and you'd think whatever happens points wise we'll be under some sort of embargo or a further points deduction will be suspended, meaning we won't be putting much of a squad together that could battle its way to survival.
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