Monday, April 25, 2005
you know what....
With a strong mind, you control everything!
Posted at 12:10 AM by cun2
Wednesday, April 06, 2005
Ahmed Kaddour's Account of How His Feud With Ishe Smith Got Started
In His Own Words:
"There were tryouts for the show. I was in Santa Monica and he complain because I was wearing very beautiful clothes. I was walking to the hotel where all the fighters was and he walks right out. He looks at me and he says "Maan, why you always gotta wear some nice clothes? Why this, and why that? And I look at him and I was like Motherf**ker, why you have to make fun of my clothes? It's not your business how I look.
I was wearing a suit every day. Different pants. Nice jackets. He was dressing kind of ghetto. And every day he was there, he was just sitting at a table with all the Black folks. When I walk in there, everybody was just sitting to the side. Everybody look at each other very mean. All the Blacks sitting together, all the Mexicans sitting together, all the White guys sitting together. There was like groups at the hotel.
I was like whatever. I was like I don't give a f*ck. I went down there with the way I look, to get my food to eat. And he just looked at me and all the guys started talking sh*t, but he was the main guy. He started talking about I never fought nobody. 'You're from Europe. European men don't know sh*t. They can't fight.' He was trying to show off and try to prove to other guys like 'Look, I'm the sh*t here.' He really thought he was the sh*t but I showed him who was the sh*t when he come to me alone with no Black people anymore -- when he was standing there by himself during the show. Maan, he was a p**sy. I've never seen anybody who was more of a p**sy than him." Read Ahmed's thoughts on Ishe winning their big fight.
"He's still a punk. In my eyes, he's a f**got. Everybody tell me, you beat the sh*t out of him. And if you go on the internet and check the websites.[they're saying] I boost him up. In my opinion, the fight was very, very close. It could go both ways. I just think if it wasn't for the judges, I would win the fight with Ishe. I think he was more affected. After the fight, he was the one who had black marks. I didn't even have a scratch.
I'm not done with him. I want to go to Vegas and beat the shit out of him in his hometown..Oh my god, I can't wait for that rematch. I don't even care about anything else in the world right now than to just fight him. I shadow box when I'm walking around.When I be in the shower, I swear.
I go to sleep and I dream that I beat the sh*t out of him. I would love a rematch with him...but who knows."
MORE FROM OUR INTERVIEW: Ahmed says he still keeps in touch with Contender producer Sylvester Stallone and they even had dinner recently at Mr. Chows. He also talked about the suicide of his Contender roommate Najai Turpin. Ahmed also had a lot to say about his fiancÚ, who viewers got a chance to meet during the show. The couple is still together and they are very much in love.
Posted at 9:26 PM by cun2
couple of links i found today
Alfonso Gomez's - A great underdog, fighting his way up through undefeated boxers.
Peter Manfredo's - The pride of providence.
Jimmy Lange's - The guy that intimidated Anthony.
Jesse Brinkley's - Fun Country boy.
Joey Gilbert's - The lawyer
Tarick Salmaci's - The Arabian Prince
Posted at 12:01 PM by cun2
Tuesday, April 05, 2005
Anthony Vs. Brentt - the real truth
NBC has paid Anthony in advance for this bold move. He's not a stupid man... he knows this is his last leg to get paid out of boxing. He knows by doing this, the team will lose their trust in him. He knows that now that he's a marked man, he doesn't stand nearly as much chance of winning that million dollar prize, but hey again he might.
check the Contender at yahoo
Posted at 11:15 PM by cun2