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Mickey Rourke Is 62 And He Beat Up A 29 Year Old Boxer (13 pics)

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At 62 years old Mickey Rourke is in better shape then most men in their prime. On Friday, in Moscow, Mickey Rourke beat 29-year-old Elliot Seymour, an American professional boxer, in the second round.

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13 Mickey Rourke Is 62 And He Beat Up A 29 Year Old Boxer (13 pics)


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№1 Author: Globz (1 Dec 2014 09:45) Total user comments: 0


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FIXED!!!
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№2 Author: przegosc (1 Dec 2014 13:13) Total user comments: 0


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Umm... did you actually see the video? It's a setup, a fake fight. Mickey Rourke is a wrestler and an actor and he did exactly that. Unfortunately, it wasn't his best performance.
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№3 Author: Jack796 (1 Dec 2014 13:25) Total user comments: 94


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So paying to lose is the rourke "way".
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№4 Author: Money Money Money (1 Dec 2014 13:32) Total user comments: 0


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he beat up a 29 year old, that is also a homeless guy paid by Rourke team to lose.
They both train at the same gym btw.
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№5 Author: saint357 (1 Dec 2014 14:19) Total user comments: 2366


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ah yea ok about that
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№6 Author: ACuser (1 Dec 2014 16:08) Total user comments: 0


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the young guy was payed to throw the fight.. as you'd expect against a rich old celeb actor..
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№7 Author: Jaal (1 Dec 2014 16:35) Total user comments: 0


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Suspicious - but would need to see the fight to decide.
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№8 Author: maj81 (1 Dec 2014 18:53) Total user comments: 26


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fake fight
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№9 Author: jonnysnottinrottin (1 Dec 2014 22:08) Total user comments: 6


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Hahahaha as if
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№10 Author: unp (1 Dec 2014 22:57) Total user comments: 0


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seymour is now waiting for his oscar !!
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№11 Author: BillyPilgrim (2 Dec 2014 02:45) Total user comments: 3


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Did anyone really expect this to be anything but an expensive soothing of Mickey's ego?

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№12 Author: Idiots! (8 Dec 2014 20:31) Total user comments: 0


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przegosc,

Rourke's teenage years were more aimed toward sports more than acting. He took up self-defense training at the Boys Club of Miami. It was there he learned boxing skills and decided on an amateur career. At the age of 12, Rourke won his first boxing match as an 118-pound bantamweight, defeating Javier Villanueva. Some of his early matches were fought as Andre Rourke. He continued his boxing training at the famed 5th Street Gym in Miami Beach,soon joining the Police Athletic League boxing program. In 1969 Rourke, now weighing 140 pounds, sparred with former World Welterweight champion Luis Rodriguez. Rodriguez was the number one-rated middleweight boxer in the world and was training for his match with world champion Nino Benvenuti. Rourke claims to have received a concussion in this sparring match.

In 1971, at the Florida Golden Gloves, Rourke received another concussion from a boxing match. Doctors told him to take a year off and rest. In 1972 Rourke knocked out Ron Robinson in 18 seconds and John Carver in 39 seconds. On Aug. 20, 1973, Rourke knocked out 'Sherman "Big Train"' Bergman' in 31 seconds. Shortly after, Rourke decided to retire from amateur boxing.

From 1964 to 1973, Rourke compiled an amateur boxing record of 27 wins (17 by knockout) and 3 defeats. At one point, he reportedly scored 12 consecutive first-round knockouts. As an amateur, Rourke had been friendly with pro-boxer Tommy Torino. When Rourke decided to return to boxing as a professional, Torino promoted some of Rourke's fights. Rourke was trained by former pro-boxer Freddie Roach at Miami Beach's 5th Street Gym and the Outlaw Boxing Club Gym in Los Angeles. He made $250 for his pro debut, but by the end of his second year of boxing, he had earned a million dollars. In June 1994, Rourke appeared on the cover of World Boxing Magazine. He sparred with world champions James Toney, John David Jackson, and Tommy Morrison.

Rourke wished to have 16 professional fights and then fight for a world title. However, he retired after eight bouts and never got his desired title fight. His boxing career resulted in severe facial injuries that required a number of operations to repair his damaged face. Rourke went back to acting but worked in relative obscurity until he won a Golden Globe Award for his role as Randy "The Ram" Robinson in The Wrestler (2008). He was nominated for Best Actor, as well, but lost.
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