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Always makes me laugh, hearing the news reporters trying to say Malignaggi :laugh::laugh:.
 
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I thought the press conference between these two would be entertaining, a love-fest was the last thing I expected.
 
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For some reason I have a hard time understanding some of what Hatton says.
If you can't understand a Mancunian you'd have a really tough time understanding a Scouser (someone from Liverpool). Most of the time it's guess work with those guys. :laugh:
 

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If you can't understand a Mancunian you'd have a really tough time understanding a Scouser (someone from Liverpool). Most of the time it's guess work with those guys. :laugh:
Scousers are easy to understand try the Geordies they are the hardest
 

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If you can't understand a Mancunian you'd have a really tough time understanding a Scouser (someone from Liverpool). Most of the time it's guess work with those guys. :laugh:
I can understand him sometimes, but then he starts talking about what he "finks" and what he "fought" about his previous fights, and I start scratching my head.;)
 

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If you can't understand a Mancunian you'd have a really tough time understanding a Scouser (someone from Liverpool). Most of the time it's guess work with those guys. :laugh:
My accent is OK to understand beacuse it's not as broad as let's say Paul Smith Jnr of the Contender.
 
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I can understand him sometimes, but then he starts talking about what he "finks" and what he "fought" about his previous fights, and I start scratching my head.;)
They usually say "me" for "my" too. Whole new dictionary.

My accent is OK to understand beacuse it's not as broad as let's say Paul Smith Jnr of the Contender.
No offense meant mate, I've family from Liverpool. I just meant Shane would have a hard time understanding a real broad Scouce accent because he's American.
 

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They usually say "me" for "my" too. Whole new dictionary.



No offense meant mate, I've family from Liverpool. I just meant Shane would have a hard time understanding a real broad Scouce accent because he's American.
None taken :thumbsup: I agree totally with you.
 
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