HomeBoxing Paul Daley Not A Fan Of Amir Khan’s Fight Style Bruno December 15, 2011 Boxing 10 Comments Paul Daley Not A Fan Of British Boxer Amir Khan’s Fight Style. Tweet Pin It WHOA! TV 2011 MMA Video Mixtape Montage UFC 141 Extended Length Preview Video For Lesnar vs. Overeem 10 Comments rob December 15, 2011 his most recent fight was pretty exciting imo Log in to Reply zippewa December 15, 2011 Make the most of the opportunities given to us, unless we’re getting our ass kicked. Log in to Reply king December 15, 2011 of course he hates punches in bunches. he got pwned by it in the diaz fight. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick December 15, 2011 @1:20 Who the hell is Ricky Ha’Onn??? Log in to Reply whitekimbo December 15, 2011 Thanks Paul for your Uk boxing analysis… and Ward ftw @Kung i think Ricky Ha’Onn was a Brit fighter from the 70’s kind of faded into obscurity Log in to Reply steamachine December 16, 2011 If he could only dodge a punch as well as he can dodge a question…. Log in to Reply monstrmac1 December 16, 2011 I think they’re talkin’ bout Ricky Hatton, not from the 70’s. Lost via KO to pacquiao last I saw. Khan’s last fight was great and he got robbed. Log in to Reply wow December 16, 2011 I like Daley, his power is very unique, he was very stupid for what he did against KOS, but the referee stopped the fight to early vs Diaz, expecially when the roles were reversed 2 minutes earlier and the ref was just letting it go.. I hope one day hes back in the UFC but Dana sticks to his guns, which i respect. Log in to Reply kbf December 16, 2011 wow. Right on i couldnt believe that the stopped it so soon when the tide turned. When Diaz was in trouble the ref could have stopped it. Diaz was hurt and Daley would have been saved by the bell. Was Dana behind this? Log in to Reply jebo77 December 17, 2011 The difference between Diaz going down and Daley going down was Daley went face first without even catching himself. He was out. Diaz was stunned but not out. TO daleys credit he did recover almost instantly. However if the ref let it go you would have the otherside saying that it went on to long and he couldve got hurt. Its a lose lose situation. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.