<blockquote>quote:</font><hr>Originally posted by Muzse: There are few descenting opinions around these parts and no real discussion. Which makes these repetitive threads, circle jerks. The level of one-sided, single-minded bias is staggering. The truth of the matter is, a wider scope of people actually do give this fight credence...as far as other fighters and boxing folks go. Whether it makes $100 million or $100,000 is immaterial. It's an intriguing fight, which could easily be a boring fight or an exciting one. DLH-Trinidad was one of the most hyped bouts in the last 20 years...and it stunk. Money and hype don't translate into intriguing bouts. Let's see the fight and then talk about whether or not it was worth it. The same folks degrading Ruiz-Jones are the same folks who will line up and purchase every over priced PPV card Arum lines up and the same ones to drop $50 for the DLH-Campas, Morales-Velendez garbage. BTW, isn't your avatar the same general Zapata, Marlon Brando portrayed in "Viva Zapata" with Anthony Quinn? [ February 26, 2003: Message edited by: Muzse ]<hr></blockquote> You are also a RJJ nutlicker. We already know that. In fact, you already have the STAMP OF APROVAL in your right bun. BTW...welcome back.