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He was still relaxed. In the crowd, his mother Angie, was not. Angie White said she was powerless to stop her son from fighting.
But she also gave a new insight into why White was so determined to make a name for himself. White clambered into the ring and raised his hands to rouse the crowd. They cheered. Fudge stood quietly in his corner, eyes on his opponent.
The bell rang. He threw looping punches, which White easily blocked. At the end of the round, it was unclear if either of them had actually been hit. But White already looked exhausted. He slumped on his stool, face bright red, and desperately tried to catch his breath. When he went out for the second round his lack of physical preparation became apparent. He could barely lift his arms.
The referee insisted he quit the fight. White stumbled out of the ring, sweat pouring down his temples, and slumped on a bench away to the side. I got winded way too fast. White is planning the same.
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Topics West Virginia. There is little doubt that Donegal, Tyrone and Kerry have all pushed on this season. It could be argued that there are no surprises this year with Dublin. They are still the same flowing machine with unparalleled athleticism and game sense. But, if you were optimistic — as the three contenders must be — you could argue that there is nothing new from a playing or personnel perspective and that is certainly different for Dublin in the last five years.
Some of this progress can be attributed to personnel adjustments or maturation and some to gameplan evolutions.
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If Donegal are to produce a performance to beat Dublin this year, they have to adjust to defend better collectively in the wider expanses of Croke Park. As well as their attacking play functioned, their defensive shape was a considerably weakened version against Kerry to what we had witnessed in Ulster. Of course, the pace and power of the Kingdom attack would inevitably wear the fabric of the Donegal defence thinner. Despite the absence of half their starting back six, the Ulster champions coped admirably in tackle situations. The most consistent exception was Eoin McHugh, who Kerry targeted to exploit in one on one scenarios whenever they could create them.
More fundamentally, the Donegal defensive "system" struggled because of the limitations of the key man — Hugh McFadden — in performing his pivotal cover role. McFadden is an excellent reader of the game and understands positioning very well to be effective in dissuading teams from kicking long into attack early. He was central to a superb team performance against Tyrone earlier in the summer which negated the direct threat of Cathal McShane.