2012 State Of Origin Game 3, Brisbane

Discussion in 'Matches' started by Maroon_Faithful, Jul 4, 2012.

  1. Old Mate M Perry

    Are you saying Tate's was less worse or equal to Jennings? Bird was held down and punched. If anything Tate's was worse.
  2. Flash JP Thornton

    Yeah Tate is a massive dog cunt, would like to point an RPG at his balls.
  3. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    I think God is indifferent to QLD. He definitely has it in for NSW though. How else do you explain Tony Williams?
  4. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    lol no it's not. As if Waldron made exorbitant promises in excess of the cap so that QLD would be better off.
  5. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    Are you people all retarded or something?

    Tate was indisposed being held by Lewis. Jennings flies in an throws a full force haymaker to the back of his head. If it connected, Tate could've been knocked out cold and perhaps worse. If he's out cold, I guarantee Jennings is sent off and suspended for months. That's Danny Williams type shit.

    How on earth can you think that is less of a dog act or a dangerous act than giving a jab to someone's face whilst he's being held down?

    I take it none of you cunts are boxing fans.
  6. Speirz DG Speirs

    He pretty clearly hits him in the temple, that\\\'s hardly safe.<img src=\"http://images.smh.com.au/2012/07/05/3430357/art-brent_tate-420x0.jpg\" border=\"0\" alt=\"\" />
  7. Old Mate M Perry

    A punch in the head is a punch in the head. I honestly don't see where you're coming from here, I'd love for someone else to show me how Tates wasn't as bad. Bird was being held and got punched in the head. He could've been knocked out could he not?

    It's just coming across as mass bias.
  8. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    I don't recall saying otherwise. It's clearly nowhere near as dangerous as a king hit to the back of someone's head though. That sort of punch can kill. That's why jabs to the temple are legal in boxing and hitting the back of the head, or phantom punches, are not.
  9. Old Mate M Perry

    Yeah I've got no idea about boxing or whatever but I think just for having the intent to do it is bad enough, whether you connect or not you shouldn't be swinging fists. Tate should've been gooooone from hitting Bird while he's completely defenseless.
  10. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful


    And I'd love for someone to show how a blind king hit is less dangerous than a jab to the temple.

    It has nothing to do with it being Tate. It has to do with common sense.
  11. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    You don't need to know boxing really. It's common sense. Are you seriously telling me that you would be more pissed off if I ran up and jabbed you in the temple, than if I king hit you in the back of the head when you weren't expecting it?
  12. Wilson SB Wilson

    Don't avoid what I said mate.
  13. Flack SA Flack

    Tate knows Bird is completely defenseless and hits him, Jennings hits someone not on the ground and completely defenseless, and is clearly much worse.
  14. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    Wait, which one are you saying is worse?
  15. Flash JP Thornton

  16. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    I know how it reads but I also know Flack is Panthers supporter, and I thought he was one of the blokes saying Jennings shouldn't have been binned back 6 weeks ago in Game 1. Could be a mistaken memory.
  17. Flash JP Thornton

    Mate you're the biased cunt here
  18. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    How so?
  19. Pretzel P Retzel

    Yeah, but it's not you running up and hitting me in the temple - it's your mate holding me down while you hit me in the temple.

    It's understandable though really, when you're playing footy and you get hit cheaply you just want to get back at them no matter how cheap. Once some kid absolutely fucking hammered me with a shoulder charge in my blind spot a good 5 seconds after the ref blew his whistle, so next tackle I kneed him in the head repeatedly.
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2012
  20. Maroon_Faithful M Faithful

    I didn't mention the fact that Tate was also being held by someone, either. Those two things cancel each other out. They were both in a position of defencelessness and vulnerability.

    What's worse. A blind hay-maker to the back of the head. Or a jab to the temple. Anyone who says the latter is invited to experience the two.

    :laughing:...That's nice.

Share This Page