Sport 'Send him back to Australia asleep'

11:29  06 june  2018
11:29  06 june  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Horn is from Australia , also referred to as Down Under, and that’s exactly where he’s going.

Veteran commentator Bob Sheridan stands almost entirely alone in the US boxing media as a sympathetic voice for Jeff Horn. Known as "The Colonel", Sheridan believes the Australian champion would be far more popular in America were it not for the work of two ESPN analysts - Teddy Atlas and

a man standing in front of a store: Controversial ESPN analyst Teddy Atlas is already gunning for Aussie Jeff Horn to be defeated by Terence Crawford.© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Controversial ESPN analyst Teddy Atlas is already gunning for Aussie Jeff Horn to be defeated by Terence Crawford. Controversial boxing analyst Teddy Atlas has taken aim at world champion Jeff Horn ahead of the Aussie's bout against Terence Crawford.

Following Horn's shock victory over Manny Pacquiao in the 'Battle of Brisbane' at Suncorp Stadium last year, Atlas famously ripped into the judges' unanimous decision to award Horn the WBO welterweight championship belt.

Atlas' unprofessional 'analysis' declared Horn simply won for "trying hard" and in the post-fight interview told the former PE teacher that Pacquiao deserved the win.

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Horn is from Australia , also referred to as Down Under, and that’s exactly where he’s going. 1. End of conversation. Back to top ↑. Loading seems to be taking a while. Twitter may be over capacity or experiencing a momentary hiccup.

Teddy Atlas To Crawford: Send Horn Back To Australia - Asleep !-Sport News.

"Horn did not win that fight," Atlas yelled during his commentary in July, 2017.

As Horn prepares to take on undefeated American challenger Crawford at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Arena on June 9 (June 10, AEST), Atlas has again taken a cheap shot at the Queenslander.

a man standing in front of a store: Horn flaunts Maroons jersey at press conference© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Horn flaunts Maroons jersey at press conference

In a video for ESPN, Atlas explained how the undefeated Crawford (32-0) can snatch the title from Horn.

"Send him going back to Australia, asleep. It's a long trip," Atlas said in the instructional video.

"Step back, set a trap, get him reaching and bang, catch him with that right hook."

The insults kept coming from the boxing commentator when he had to explain how Horn could retain his belt.

"Horn is from Australia, also referred to as 'Down Under', and that's exactly where he's going - down and under, in five or six rounds in my estimation," Atlas said.

"It's my job though to come up with a scenario - no matter how unlikely - that Horn can win the fight, and if he's going to do it's going to be with his best punch, the right hand.

"If he can do that well, I'll start believing in flying kangaroos."

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