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Mirkwood 12:59 Sat Nov 2
Nigel Benn
Am I the only one getting sick of this big headed prick?
In the 80's he was one of my all time favourite fighters. Had to suffer his big drama tears last fight, Next up a load of religious bollocks and now the latest his comeback at 55 then postponement.
Think he is suffering from too many social media interviews. People shoving a mic in his face and calling him a legend.

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Northern Sold 3:48 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
If there was only a recent thread on the bloke

Full Claret Jacket 3:44 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
Benn was a brawler. People liked that aggressive style as it made for good fights but he was never a legend. He's turned into a joke talking about a come back.

Lato 1:50 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
One of, if not the most exciting British boxers of all time. Never a dull moment when when big bad Benn in the ring!

HairyHammer 1:46 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
He was a brilliant knock out merchant and even Tyson loved him, but he definitely had a stamina issue and did not have the greatest of chins.
Definitely a top shagger that much I do know he enjoyed the ladies and went through them like lolly pops.

E3 1:34 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
He is a Legend

Vexed 1:20 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
Does that mean that Eubank is a double legend then?

zico 1:14 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
He is a legend. Watched a few of his online interviews and whilst he mentions his faith he doesn't shove it down your throat and has a great sense of humour.

wanstead_hammer 1:05 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
Yes, he is. Make no mistake about it.

Takashi Miike 1:01 Sat Nov 2
Re: Nigel Benn
he is a legend





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