Anti-Sonny Bill Williams bandwagon pure nonsense

By Paul Thomas In Sport

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21st February, 2013
Like commuters on the Tokyo subway, those getting on the anti-Sonny Bill Williams bandwagon aren’t put off by the fact that it’s already awfully crowded. Australian heavyweight Alex Leapai, who appeared on the undercard of the recent Williams/Francois Botha fight/fiasco, squeezed on at the last minute. A self-appointed spokesman for real boxing people who “make huge sacrifices to win real fights”, Leapai accused SBW’s manager, Khoder Nasser, of staging a “joke” fight. Speaking of joke fights, Leapai’s bout with American Matt Hicks lasted less than a round, as did Hicks’s ...

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