Jan 15, 2013 Sports Comments Off on ‘Hurry Up’ ready to school Dharry
Leon ‘Hurry Up’ Moore is ready and willing to accept any challenge that USA based Elton ‘Coolie Bully’ Dharry and is promising to school Dharry in the elementary aspects of boxing.
Responding to a recent challenge issued by the Dharry camp, the 32-year-old super bantamweight Moore promised to “overload” Dharry’s circuit if he should have the gall to step into the ring.
“I have heard that Elton has issued a challenge to me. When I meet him in the ring he will see how out of place his challenge is. Dharry is nowhere near Leon Moore and I’ll prove that by knocking him out in five rounds. I’ll give him a round for each letter of his first name,” Moore said.
Dharry has won his last nine fights and according to reports from the USA, is confident that he can brush aside the former CABOFE super bantamweight champion. “I’ll say this, all Dharry has to do is make 122 and contact Seon Bristol. I’ll fight him on top of the Cuffy Monument if it comes to that. If he is the real ‘Coolie Bully’ then let him try bullying Leon More. I’ll put him to bed in five rounds,” Moore added.
Moore has not fought since April 2011 but is scheduled to return to the ring in mid February when he battles Rafael Vazquez in the Dominican Republic. “We can do this April. It will only take five rounds,” declared the hard-hitting Moore, who has won 28 of 30 fights.
“In this sport you don’t talk like a bad man but rather you act like a bad man. I have said enough. The rest is up to him now.”
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