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    Fred "Boom Boom" Bachmann

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    Good cause.One K.O in his first three fights,not bad,but He's 31 ???? I'm going to say he toughs it out,but I'd be surprised if he wins because of age lack of expierence and it doesn't appear he's of a boxer mentality.

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    he showed ring rust but homie has some power. If he gets some more sparring sessions and 'smokers' under his belt then he should do fine. He was huffin and puffin at the end of four. time for wind sprints.

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    He does look like he has power ,but I agree i think his stamina is questionable. A six year layoff who's this guy suppose to be The Beastie Boys. He fulfilled my expectation up til now ,but I think he goes down hill from here on in.he wins maybe one more fight,

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    I don't think he has a lack of experience though - didn't he say he was 36-0 overall and 3-0 as a pro? Of the four boxers we've seen in action so far, I thought he showed the most power and precision with his punches.

    But considering how short each round is, I thought they've all shown lack of stamina - they've all just seemed completely exhausted by the end of the second round....

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    He was O.K. He was fighting a fat man with little skill. The only power he displyed was in the punching bag contest,but that was more technique.
    I like his personality more then a lot of the other fighters.He comes off as a well grounded individual.

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    he should learn to mix it up. Brawl some more. He looks strong,but I think all that book learnin' done made him a little soft. His brother acts like he wants to become a manger or a promoter or somthing. Your bro is to old to go far in this business big brother. Tell him to stick to da books.

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    mr.bachmann used to teach at austin meehan middle school in northeast philadelphia. I graduated from there in 2002 and he was my advisor. He was also a math teacher to many. We always got to hear storys about him boxing. He was nice, never too strict. He would joke around a lot with us. I'm glad he continued on with his boxing. Although he probably wouldnt remember me, I'm still a fan and former student of his

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    I'm slowly losing respect for him. His plea to move out of the loft was sad. Where was the real threat ? It was all in his head.

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    Losing respect for him? It's gone .Period.End of story. He's a wimp through and through. From what did he feel threatened. From some has been semi pro football player. We saw that these two sparred against one another so what is he afraid of if he knows what the other guys got? This guy is suppose to teach in an urban school. Trust me he better not tick off a parent or any one else or he's gonna be running to the cops crying for a police escort. There was no reason for him to be afraid for his safety none whatsoever. What a pathetic display of womanhood.

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