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Comment from: Iggy [Visitor] Email
What a tard to compare Woods to Oscar. Why dont write something good. Rookie!
05/07/07 @ 13:51
Comment from: kelly [Visitor] Email
That is a reach - parallels between a golfer and a boxer?!

Great writing. How about this for a comparison?

William K. Wolfrum - 5/7/2007 Writes horrible article for the world to read

Sam Raimi - 5/7/2007 writes/directs "Spiderman 3" #1 box office
05/07/07 @ 15:45
Comment from: Monica Rosendo [Visitor] Email
Be that as it may; So De La Hoya lost! most people do not see it that way, me including. There is a long shot to comparing a really brutal, physical sport like boxing to that of a laid back, non agressive sport like golfing. You can agree that both of these athletes bring in the crowd and that most people all over the world want to know what is going on in their stats!! Why not put De La Hoya on the course and Tiger in Boxing shorts and see What Happens..

05/07/07 @ 16:04
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

Since you're into ridiculous comparisons, Oscar has a won-loss record that is infinitely better than that of Woods.

Also, a few years ago in Cabo San Lucas, I saw Oscar play a few holes of golf.

I'd wager the farm that Oscar is a much better golfer than Tiger is a boxer.

Sure, that comparison is stupid, but not any more so than your original premise.
05/08/07 @ 08:30
Comment from: Chico and the Man [Visitor] Email
De la Hoya win fight. He pride of East L.A., Golden Boy is handsomess man in world entire. Sure Oscar missy over 80% of his punches and fight with all passion of sick donkey or man who just want to cash paycheck, but he still hero to my peoples. So what that he lose, at least he have honor and dignity and reputation as a gentleman. 3 illegitimate children, rape accusations is not so bad, compare to my brother Carlos he rap sheet no so bad. Mexican-Americans should be proud of Oscar even if he no can win the big fight, or finish fights strong. Me still fan for Golden boy and I understand this compare to Tiger everybody knows he no punch anybody.
05/08/07 @ 09:06
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

Nice try but you're not fooling me.

Your spelling is far too good on some fairly difficult words for you to be a "pachuco>'

And no one from East L.A. has ever referred to somebody from his 'hood as a Mexican-American, especially one hyphenated and capitalized.
05/08/07 @ 15:05

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