Re: Absolute Proof
Tue Sep 11, 2018 15:30

Hey Kenny, I always appreciate your research and sharing with other readers. At my advanced age, I began working on my masters degree in history. My daughter teases me that I am too old to be a student? Maybe but I am doing a goal that I have dreamed about since I was a kid. The first thing I learned pursuing my masters? Is how little I really knew about research. On a professional level, there is no such thing as “absolute proof” among professional researchers. What there is, Evidence for, and evidence against. At that point you compare the evidence for and against and try to determine which evidence makes the stronger assessment. That’s the best that is available. Just saying

  • Absolute ProofK.t.K., Tue Sep 11 02:43
    Wayne, I doubt that you will ever make a more untrue statement for the rest of your life. The Absolute Proof of the fixed fight was presented on this board many years ago, not to mention a snippet in ... more
    • Re: Absolute Proof — B.J., Tue Sep 11 15:30
      • absolute proof.randy king, Wed Sep 12 11:29
        newspapers are not, nor can ever be 100% factual, not then, and not now. That said, the papers tell us that something happened, that an event was real. The details are up to us to find, not an easy... more
      • Thanks B.J.K.t.K., Wed Sep 12 00:56
        And my math is failing me in old age; should have said the double confession evidence came nine years after the conspiracy.
        • Two old farts..B.J., Tue Sep 18 10:16
          Hey Kenny, It was funny some years ago when we climbed up Hooker Butte. We were among the first to reach the top while our younger friends were complaining about how steep the east side of the hill... more
          • Funny for who, BJ?K.t.K., Tue Sep 18 13:51
            That dang butte totally kicked my rear end, not to mention that of my dear wife. Nobody blitzed Hooker's Butte like you did, with Lish and Smith, as I learned later. Dude, you were in shape! I never... more
    • I found an article by a ringside reporterRandy King, Tue Sep 11 10:12
      who wrote every round of that fight blow by blow, miss by miss. I know that Fitzsimmons won that fight, hands down, no way to say otherwise. A sports reporter deals with his newspaper, thus the... more
      • I read that article along with other period summations. Fitz making statements after the fight are questionable at best. Fitz never backed off his aggressive style and in my view was becoming... more
      • Randy, one thing to beware of:K.t.K., Wed Sep 12 03:03
        Coming into this field I was led astray for several years by the false notion that the San Francisco Call was ant-Wyatt. Thank God I was also cursed with an obsessive compulsive disorder which... more
        • As ususal Kenny you have supplied me with Randy King, Wed Sep 12 11:13
          interesting stuff, I wondered about Wyatt role, to protect the families and Laurence, he would need a team of men, no where have I located evidence to support a team. I do thank you for your insight... more
          • ….I thought you might like to see his explanation: "I took every precaution to avoid a foul. I fought very carefully and very fair., and I waited until I could get a good opportunity to deliver a... more
            • Proper evaluation of evidence..B.J., Tue Sep 18 10:06
              1) The Fitz-Sharkey bout was not legally sanctioned. 2) It is not possible for the fight to have been "fixed" unless Fitz was also involved in the misconduct. 3) If Wyatt was actually being paid to... more
              • Totally disagree.K.t.K., Tue Sep 18 14:10
                For decades before getting into the Old West field I had become a walking encyclopedia on pro boxing. My indoctrination began as a boy (with my father) in 1954. By 1973 I was a very decent fight... more
            • thank you (nm)Randy King, Thu Sep 13 09:42
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