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Joined: 24/08/2008 22:48:05
Messages: 1657
Location: Akron, Ohio

I felt like interviewing this human being of horse shit. So here it is.

John- "Hello Strength. First Question."
"Do you plan on getting into the HOF in the nearby future?"

Strength- "Hell yes I do. I want the world to know that I will be the best fighter. I want to capture all belts. I want to make sure every fighter falls down in the round that I choose. When I fight all day and everything, I will make sure my style captures the attention of EVERY FIGHTERS ATTENTION."

John- "Okay. Second Question."
"Who would be your strongest opponents?

Strength- "My strongest opponents would be John, Kush, and Fatny."

John- "So out of those 3 fighters, who would you have the most trouble with?"

Strength- "Well back in the days I used to struggle a lot against Fatny. But now that Fatny is gone, I know now that I have a chance but currently I would say John is the only fighter that I have trouble with in this game. I'd have to say John now so if I need a lot of luck to win a fight with him then I definitely need that luck to win."

John- "Interesting. Third Question."
"Where would you rank yourself in the Top 10?"

Strength- "Yes I would rank myself in the Top 10. I remember being rank 1 for a little bit then it dropped down to rank 7."

John- "That is not the question I asked. I said. Where would you rank yourself in the Top 10?"

Strength- "Oh, I would place myself in the Top 3 or Top 4. I deserve to be put in that rank."

John- "I see. Fourth Question."
"When did you start playing this game? And how did you find it?"

Strength- "Well I started playing this game around 2006 from what I remember. I started off okay but after awhile I lost my skills. I started to mak alts around 2011 when I was weak. I found this game by looking for boxing games. I came across smashdown and got bored of it. I wanted to find an online 2 player game where I can actually control my own fighter. And after some searching I found Online Boxing. I clicked on it, and then that's when this game changed my game styling life."

John- "That is very interesting. Last Question."
"Where do you see yourself 1 year from now?"

Strength- "WELL.......from 1 year ago I seen myself as a fucking bum who didn't know how to play well and then as I learned the game pattern, I found out how to dominate the whole game little by little. I wasn't the best then but right now I will prove that I can be the best nigga ever. I wll make all fighters bow down to my fist."

John- "Alright but how about 1 year from now? As in 1 year in the future?"

Strength- "Well right now, I feel like I can dominate some HOF fighters and some of the basic good fighters. My style has them in trouble from what I know. I will keep up the same pace and keep on fucking niggas up in the ring."

John. "Alrighty then. Thank you for answering my questions. Go fuck yourself."

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John Record Wins-5341 Lost-2047 KOs-5203 Draw-35 Title Wins- 183 Title Defenses- 1025
JAB Record Wins- 1240 Loss- 160 KOs- 1197 Draw- 18 Title Wins- 25 Title Defenses- 83
Total Record Wins- 6581 Loss- 2207 KOs- 6400 Draw- 53

OB Style: "The John Style"

OB Status: Active

OB Member Since: May 2007

OB Accounts: john / James A. Braddock

OB Class: Hall of Fame

All-Time Winning Streak: 198

1x Superchamp
4x Undisputed champ
208x OB Champ- 1108 Defenses
23x OBA Champion Defenses- 104
35x OBC Champion Defenses- 139
128x OBF Champion Defenses- 830
10x OBW Champion Defenses- 6
12x Tournament Champion Defenses- 29

The Legend
The Beast
The Machine

"John represents the renaissance of OB. John stepped up and filled the vacuum Fatny left behind. Not only his skills are amazing, also his dedication to keep this game interesting and alive. I was there when he first won the title, I was watching over his shoulder when he bullied all competition, I was there when he became a HOF´er. I may not be a great fighter myself, but I do have eye for talent. John is something special, I told him right after he won his first title. John is the spark that became a flame that turned into a devastating fire. Apart from being a great guy he never stepped down from a challenge and always looked to square off against OB´s best to further improve his skills. Many HOF´ers made short comebacks during the year John reigned OB, only to be knocked out by Big Bad John." - Dick E. Boon

"The thing with John is that he's just so extremely accurate, both in offense and in defense. There's some punches I consider myself a master of, like the small hook and the long upper. Well they're useless against John no matter how well you throw them, he just keeps blocking 90% of them and hurting you in the process. Speaking of which...if he hurts you (and he will), you better move your head a lot because he also happens to be one of the best finishers i've ever seen. Basically if you're not extremely good AND creative, you'll end up on the floor. A fine addition to the hall of fame indeed." - Fatny
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Joined: 07/07/2012 16:55:30
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Jack Dempsey wrote:Nice English Strength.

I always had my english on point for an interview.
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