Feature | Jan 09 2016

Top ten worst excuses in boxing

George Gigney lists the worst excuses fighters have given for poor performances
Manny Pacquiao
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SOMETIMES, a boxer can admit they were beaten fair and square after a loss. Other times, they’ll come up with plenty of wacky reasons as to why they’ve underperformed inside the ring. From broken toes to bad odours, we’ve listed some of the worst excuses in boxing, from the past. Click through below to check them out.

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