UnderGround Forums Travis Fulton the boxer?

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01/01/2001
Posts: 478
Give the guy props for doing what he has to do to make ends meet. His boxing record is 15-16 BUT WIAT. He has NEVER gone the distance. That means he has 15 knockouts and has been knocked out 16 times, BUT WAIT. The 15 opponents that he has beaten have only ONE win between them all... and it was against TRAVIS FULTON. This is just plain weird.
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08/29/2006
Posts: 45
so true.....eat a coon dick fag!
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01/01/2001
Posts: 482
Sorry Cindy but my roster is full. How is it an insult to quote a fact? I would be interested to know what your definition of professionalism is and how I breached it.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 491
What? I have no idea what that means. I am a research fanatic and watch tapes ad naseum and am on the road watching fights three weeks a month. I admittedly lack the element of ring experience, but I rely on my team to give me that insight. NO ONE WORKS harder then me. http://www.boxrec.com/boxer_display.php?boxer_id=18561
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07/22/2006
Posts: 326
I saw Travis fight in High Definition once.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 492
Ok got it. I have seen some of her other posts and they do seem a bit out in left field. Time for you to find a new hobby Cindy... may I suggest knitting.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 493
I think I will take a pass given her completely irrational attack on my professionalism and credibility because I stated a verifiable fact about a fighter and his record. I got a laugh at her professional advise as how to increase my client base. I represented baseball and hockey players for 15 years after law school. In one and a half years of representing fighters, my MMA roster has grown to over 20 fighters 15 of which are either currently or formerly in the UFC. But hey thanks for the guidance Cindy. She is journalist??? I will go visit her in a year at her job. Let me practice the speach... "I would like egg whites and whole grain toast, and hurry up with that coffee Cindy."
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01/01/2001
Posts: 495
Melvin is currenlty represented by another agent but I was up in Big Bear at Titos training camp for a while and we hung out quite a bit. Good kid. Surprisingly humble around the crew and he has a great gimmic.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 498
He has improved immensely and goes hard in practice. He was sparring with Burkman when Josh broke his nose.
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05/13/2004
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I'm not sure that she could take your order on her own.  You would have to give the information to someone who knew what they were doing, then she could copy it and give it to the cook.

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01/01/2001
Posts: 501
ttt
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01/10/2006
Posts: 6
for one don't fault the guy for making money. travis is tough. the man has a chin of iron just no cardio. he hits hard but cardio has alot to do with it.
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05/04/2005
Posts: 145
TRav is is a professional "opponent" in boxing. I do know that since his last fight in California (KO Loss to Travis Walker) he's basically not going to get licensed anymore in Cali. But he's a great dudde who will show up on time and give it all he has..it's just that fights are never made "for him" for the most part...and booking agents/matchmakers that need him will get him a win here and there to keep him from being indefinitely suspended and unavailable to be used as an opponent. and the whole midwest boxing scene is weak. Weak and lax Commissions aloow for guys to pad their records often fighting the same guy over and over..and they just change the guys name.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 505
Should we beat her into living death?
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01/01/2001
Posts: 509
I went to UCLA undergrad and graduated from University of Miami Law School in Dec of 1991. I am not a member of any bar as it was my desire to be a sports agent and not a lawyer. There are a number of ethical conflicts that apply to your ability to recruit as a licensed attorney. The degree did significantly assist in my becoming licensed by the Baseball, Hockey, Basketball, and Football players associations. I also passed the moral character background and written tests in California (first try). Tye Fields is a stud. I actually represent the only guy to have defeated him for MMA. Ricco is not ready for that level of boxing competition yet. Who said the Midwest scene was shit? Got too much starch in your panties Ryan?
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01/01/2001
Posts: 22981
Fulton got owned by a black guy in the last boxing match I saw of his. Considering all of his racist posts on the OG that must have been really hard for him to deal with. It was poetic justice though.
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03/12/2002
Posts: 2029
"I also passed the moral character background and written tests in California (first try)." - I doubt you are a law school graduate or you would not be trying to portray the multi-state professional responsibility exam (with its very high pass rates) as some kind of an indication that you have moral character or have accomplished anything as hard as passing the California bar exam on your first time.
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03/19/2006
Posts: 1396
I know plenty of people that past the Bar in California on the first try that decided to go in to consulting. The only bummer is that some are still paying off student loans.
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01/01/2001
Posts: 513
Koga your speculation matters naught. That is like me saying I doubt you are capable of doing anything successfully beyond flipping burgers because you make shit up and present it as fact. Instead of guessing and making yourself look foolish, contact the University of Miami School of Law registars office. They will gladly confirm. Oh and I was lucky enough to graduate without debt. It was all part of the master plan...
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01/01/2001
Posts: 514
Jeff "Diesel" Ford. He beat him early in his boxing career, it is Fields only loss. I represent Ford for MMA where he has been very succesesful. He was also a trainer on Celebrity Fit Club.
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09/26/2006
Posts: 19
Hey Ken, I'm a recent law school grad, and avid MMA fan and possible future fighter. Got any jobs available at your firm??? And you don't have to pass the bar to be a sports agent? I'm in a similar situation as you...passed the MPRE and Moral Character Determination in California, but haven't done the bar. Just wondering how I can get my foot in the door of this business... Oh yeah, I'm in San Diego right now, but definitely willing to relocate. thanks
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01/01/2001
Posts: 516
KOArtist, you can email me at KenPavia@MMAagents.com. Ryan who are you and why are you so bitter at life?
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09/26/2006
Posts: 23
cool thanks, you'll have mail in a matter of seconds. thanks
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04/26/2003
Posts: 3098
1. Everyone passes the MPRE. 2. Whether or not someone ever passed the bar in a given state can be easily confirmed by looking up the pass list in that state for that year. 3. I've never heard of cindy of KenP but I am an attorney and I have worked with a number of athletes in different sports in different capacities. It is completely unprofessional to comment on a public forum in a way that seems intended to detract from an athletes record. I am a member of the Bar of NY and NJ and represent, have represented or have advised some well known MMA companies and athletes and i have never seen someone who works on the "business" side actually comment publicy (unless asked) about an athlete they don't represent. Not judging anyone, just some observations.
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07/21/2006
Posts: 52
KenP-The reason why people are pissed is because you are just being an ass. Period. Ok, if someone made a post about how great he is and how he should be in the UFC or boxing on tv is one thing but when you make a post with the sole purpose just to put him down and degrade him then you are the one being bitter. He is a very good fighter and a good guy. I have talked to him many times and seems to be a cool cat. All he is trying to do is put food on the table so his kids can eat. If you are as good of an agent as you say you are then show some damn professionalism for god's sake!