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  • Jul 22

    Last night my roommate’s friend came over and we were chilling around, talkin n s***. Suddenly my other roommate (let’s call him A) suddenly challenged the friend (let’s call him Q) to a boxing match out of nowhere (with gloves ofc). For your reference A has been training boxing for a while and Q has zero experience in this, doesn’t know how to fight either. Q didn’t want to fight, but both of my friends pushed and insisted him to idk why.

    To cut it short A and Q fought couple of rounds, first round A hit Q in the side of the head hard and man he looks like he was hurt. 2nd round they didn’t allow headshots so they went and Q got punched in the side of the stomach, dude looked like he was scared the whole time too. For your reference they were both around same weight (160 pounds). Q forfeited shortly…

    I don’t get why they did this? They know damn well that Q is has zero training in this and still pushed him to fight. I felt bad for him, man that was uncalled

    What’s your perspective?

  • Jul 22
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    If I was you I woulda started inviting over as many people as possible and started taking bets on that s***. Charge like $5 bucks to get in too. Hype up Q get people to throw big money on him and split all the cash between the three of yall

  • Jul 22
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    i mean that’s kinda on Q, you can’t let another man pressure you into doing something you don’t want too. and of course dudes gone egg a play fight on, coulda been entertaining lol

  • rano 🇧🇷
    Jul 22
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    A is an a******

  • rano

    A is an a******

  • Jul 22
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    A is an a****** but Q needs to not buy into peer pressure

  • A is a corny lame and your friends encouraging Q to accept the fight are lame too

  • Shouldn't have happened

    If you've been training for awhile you know damn well a person with zero experience is gonna get stomped. S*** just seems insecure, keep it in the gym

    Although if both parties whole heartedly agree then f*** it, just swing

  • I’d have to be there to say for certain, the energy everyone brought could color the situation a couple different ways.

  • A probably just wanted to mess around. I know a lot of boxers and they tend to insist on constantly fighting with gloves regardless of someone's condition/experience.

    Wouldn't say it was a forced and intentional form of embarrassment, but it's very dangerous to fight like that because someone could really get hurt.

    A is just a dumbass and a little inconsiderate.

    Q needs to stick up for himself and say "no".

  • DIDNT READ BUT IM SORRY THAT HAPPENED OR CONGRATS DONDA BOUTA DROP

  • Jul 22
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    You didn’t intervene when it looked like he didn’t want to fight and you wrote a KTT2 thread instead

  • A is a d*** and you shoulda stopped them.

  • rano

    A is an a******

  • Question is which one is op

  • Of course they're wrong they knew exactly what they were doing.

  • Jul 22

    A sounds like an insecure kinda person, especially knowing Q has no experience what so ever he should have taken it easy. Probably got his ass handed to him at sparring and wanted to take his frustration out. Either way anyone who pressured q into fighting sound lame af

  • Jul 22
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    PNW

    Last night my roommate’s friend came over and we were chilling around, talkin n s***. Suddenly my other roommate (let’s call him A) suddenly challenged the friend (let’s call him Q) to a boxing match out of nowhere (with gloves ofc). For your reference A has been training boxing for a while and Q has zero experience in this, doesn’t know how to fight either. Q didn’t want to fight, but both of my friends pushed and insisted him to idk why.

    To cut it short A and Q fought couple of rounds, first round A hit Q in the side of the head hard and man he looks like he was hurt. 2nd round they didn’t allow headshots so they went and Q got punched in the side of the stomach, dude looked like he was scared the whole time too. For your reference they were both around same weight (160 pounds). Q forfeited shortly…

    I don’t get why they did this? They know damn well that Q is has zero training in this and still pushed him to fight. I felt bad for him, man that was uncalled

    What’s your perspective?

    I like how you telling this story like you ain’t just let the s*** happen

  • Jul 22

    Q need better friends in general

  • Q is clearly in the wrong & set the wrong expectation. A challenged him fair & square because he believed Q would be the one to finally gift him with defeat, and Q couldn’t deliver.

    “HAIBOKU.. AJIWATAI..”

  • Jul 22

    Damn I’m A ngl …

  • Jul 22
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    What was your role in this, did you just sit and watch? I’m all for letting my friends do dumb s*** but if the one guy clearly wasn’t cool with it you should’ve said something

  • OP
    Jul 22
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    DS2

    What was your role in this, did you just sit and watch? I’m all for letting my friends do dumb s*** but if the one guy clearly wasn’t cool with it you should’ve said something

    I was just sitting on the side and watching, normally I’m not the type of guy to speak up

  • if it were me in that room i woulda instigated and had A fight another fighter, rather than Q who isn’t a fighter

  • Jul 22
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    Q listening to Real Friends as we speak

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