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RingTV’s Cynthia Conte spoke with the reigning undefeated WBC 130-pound titleholder Terri “Belter” Harper (10-0, 5 KOs), of Denaby, Yorkshire. Harper, the second female in British history to capture a world championship belt (after Ring Magazine/undisputed lightweight champ, two-division titleholder Katie Taylor), discussed her hard training during the pandemic.
https://www.ringtv.com/videos/terri-har ... sha-jonas/
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Before opening this thread I thought, well, it could be anything
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I was expecting RyanAir or a treatise on EU tax harmonisation.
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Katie "Ah I bleedin' luv Jesus" Taylor a Brit? :lol:
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Nolanator wrote:Katie "Ah I bleedin' luv Jesus" Taylor a Brit? :lol:
She's a prod..
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You need yoyo Seft and he's banned.
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danthefan wrote:
Nolanator wrote:Katie "Ah I bleedin' luv Jesus" Taylor a Brit? :lol:
She's a prod..
A happy clappy one. More of an American style church than British.
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The Brit's they will they ever let us go.
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You can't blame the Brits, this is the Yanks thinking you are all still part of the Empire.
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We will always blame the Brit's.
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I genuinely thought this was going to be a thread about potatoes.
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Her dad's english tbf.
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Jeff the Bear wrote:I genuinely thought this was going to be a thread about potatoes.
This sort of low brow humour is a blight on the bored.
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MrDominator wrote:
Jeff the Bear wrote:I genuinely thought this was going to be a thread about potatoes.
This sort of low brow humour is a blight on the bored.
You always have to chip in, don't you.
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Gavin Duffy wrote:Her dad's english tbf.
Explains his behaviour, so.
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Nolanator wrote:
Gavin Duffy wrote:Her dad's english tbf.
Explains his behaviour, so.
Gangsta!
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DOB wrote:
MrDominator wrote:
Jeff the Bear wrote:I genuinely thought this was going to be a thread about potatoes.
This sort of low brow humour is a blight on the bored.
You always have to chip in, don't you.
His brain is mashed when it comes to Ireland
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MrDominator wrote:
Jeff the Bear wrote:I genuinely thought this was going to be a thread about potatoes.
This sort of low brow humour is a blight on the bored.
:lol:
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How does one say ‘Saoirse’ anyway?

I don’t like the way it’s coming out of my mouth when I try it.
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shanky wrote:How does one say ‘Saoirse’ anyway?

I don’t like the way it’s coming out of my mouth when I try it.
Suárez, amirite?
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Mexican?
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Sefton wrote:You can't blame the Brits, this is the Yanks thinking you are all still part of the Empire.

Even when its the Yanks we all know its really the Brits.
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kiap wrote:
shanky wrote:How does one say ‘Saoirse’ anyway?

I don’t like the way it’s coming out of my mouth when I try it.
Suárez, amirite?
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Irish kindergarten school be like
Teacher - A for?
students - apple
teacher - spell apple
students - chmioarzxt
teacher - how is it pronounced?
students - Apple.
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Jensrsa wrote:Irish kindergarten school be like
Teacher - A for?
students - apple
teacher - spell apple
students - chmioarzxt
teacher - how is it pronounced?
students - Apple.
You’re confusing us with the Welsh.
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:thumbup:
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shanky wrote:How does one say ‘Saoirse’ anyway?

I don’t like the way it’s coming out of my mouth when I try it.
In phonetics it is Say-er-shah

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Caoimhe
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iarmhiman wrote:
shanky wrote:How does one say ‘Saoirse’ anyway?

I don’t like the way it’s coming out of my mouth when I try it.
In phonetics it is Say-er-shah

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Caoimhe
Or Sadhbh.
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Nothing to do with the haka then?
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A grown man born in Ireland with Irish Citizenship and an Irish passport trolling the Irish (badly).
Wow
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iarmhiman wrote:
shanky wrote:How does one say ‘Saoirse’ anyway?

I don’t like the way it’s coming out of my mouth when I try it.
In phonetics it is Say-er-shah

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Caoimhe
Easy ... like a girly fart ...
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