The latter was probably the best fight I've seen this year. Guida brought his crazy energy and Huerta weathered the storm very well. There were so many times when it looked like a finish was eminent in the first two rounds. As soon as the third round started, you could tell Huerta was gunning for the finish ASAP since he clearly lost the first two. Both guys come out of this fight looking better than before.
Lloyd: When I met Mary, I got that old fashioned romantic feeling, where I'd do anything to bone her. Harry: That's a special feeling.
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"All because he got over seven years ago forcing rimjobs on people against their will?" (Hogan's My Dad)
Guida had that fight won, especially after that punch while Huerta was on his knees. But he just couldn't finish him, and all Huerta needed was to make it out of the round intact. Hell of a fight for both of 'em.
Olympics notwithstanding, wasn't Felicien still a world champion in 2004? That's nothing to sneeze at. Also, what the hell does a hockey player have to do to win an 'Athlete of the Year' award if his name isn't Lemieux or Gretzky?! Martin St.