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 Will the dad win in the end?
Posted: Feb 5 2010, 01:28 AM

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Ok does anyone think the dad will stand any chance of beating the boxer or is he gonna have to go back to the bacok.gif plan

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Posted: Feb 5 2010, 05:40 PM

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He'll probably lose. I mean Ishihara is like a two time champion in boxing as it is plus a young high schooler who trains all the time and he's facing a 47 year old man who can't throw a punch (yet anyways) to save his life. Though I think it would be cool if the guy teaching Suzuki ( can't remember his name atm) would face ishihara. That would be a pretty good plot twist and he might actually end up winning the fight ^^
Posted: Feb 8 2010, 08:26 AM

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He'd need to go through a fair bit of training. I don't think 1 month is enough time to get better and beat that guy...

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