Freddie Roach nearly killed in car accident...

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  1. AstrelONE Purple Belt

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    I hope the child recovers
     
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    Yikes. The boxing world would be a lesser place if he weren't in it.
     
  4. mschatz Hamma: I has it

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    Damn.
     
  5. prontostar Gymmy TUNDAH!

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    dear parents, please use the kid seats.
     
  6. BootyDaddy Big Bad

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    How stupid are some people. A child not strapped in
     
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    I'm glad Freddie is okay. I'm actually kind of suprised he drives what with his condition, but its good that it hasn't gotten that bad.
     
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    He's walking and the accident doesn't look too bad. That mother needs to be punched in the face though. Best of luck for the kid.
     
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    doesn't look too bad for him.
     
  10. prosa123 Blue Belt

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    His MK-Z isn't even damaged all that much.* It's still driveable, judging by the fact that it looks to be in an apartment building or motel parking lot rather than a tow yard.

    * = of course the repair bill's likely to be at least $10K, but these days that counts as "minor damage" :)
     
  11. deadpool H***an Chop!!

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    Ouch- bad drivers
     
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    Hope the kid is ok.
     
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    Man, that's to many car accidents for me to handle. 2 of my friends from high school I graduated with in 2005 have died in car accidents. Both guys I played baseball with most of my life and here recently one of the guys my sister used to work with died in a wreck.

    Not that I'm Roach's friend, it's just that cars are an X factor...

    I hope the kid survives, that really is a terrible situation...
     
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    Nearly killed is stretching it. I was worried.

    He looks like he'll be fine. Thank goodness. I'd hate for Pacman to lose his trainer. Pacman seems like a Mike Tyson type who would just go bonkers if his mentor and trainer died. It would be the end of another great boxer.
     
  15. Ouch damn that sucks,glad he's ok though!
     
  16. BootyDaddy Big Bad

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    It would also be the end of a great trainers life and more importantly, that of a young child.

    Fuck Manny Pacquiao
     
  17. that mother needs to be charged
     
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    Not having a child strapped in is a $2,500 fine per child round these parts. A small price to pay when weighed against losing your child I would think.

    S.
     

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