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Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Johnny Bravo

Badsnookerplayer wrote:I think Steve Davis is hard to beat (about 40:50 in the linked video) for exuding hatefulness in defeat.


pmsl rofl rofl rofl

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Ck147

Haven't seen that for years, he looked well effed off didn't he...haha

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Cloud Strife

Judd Trump when he claimed an imaginary shoulder injury after losing to Rory at the Crucible.

Totally graceless.

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Badsnookerplayer

Cloud Strife wrote:Judd Trump when he claimed an imaginary shoulder injury after losing to Rory at the Crucible.

Totally graceless.

I think that match stung Judd quite badly. I think that Rory is the lowest ranked player ever to knock out a top eight player at the Crucible.

However please provide a link to give evidence that Judd claimed a shoulder injury.

I know what some posters are like on here. They will start saying you made it up as you are bitter at Judd's incredible recent success.

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Andre147

Badsnookerplayer wrote:
Cloud Strife wrote:Judd Trump when he claimed an imaginary shoulder injury after losing to Rory at the Crucible.

Totally graceless.

I think that match stung Judd quite badly. I think that Rory is the lowest ranked player ever to knock out a top eight player at the Crucible.

However please provide a link to give evidence that Judd claimed a shoulder injury.

I know what some posters are like on here. They will start saying you made it up as you are bitter at Judd's incredible recent success.


Trump did claim a shoulder injury, this is a fact. Strange because he led 4 nil.

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Iranu

Joe Swail when he lost to Liang Wenbo at the World Championship deserves a mention.

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Andre147

Iranu wrote:Joe Swail when he lost to Liang Wenbo at the World Championship deserves a mention.


He called Wenbo a parakeet if I recall...

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Andre147

I think the topic concerns most graceless in post match interview.

If not then Ronnie would take number 1 spot after conceding against Hendry at 4-1 down.

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby HustleKing

Andre147 wrote:I think the topic concerns most graceless in post match interview.

If not then Ronnie would take number 1 spot after conceding against Hendry at 4-1 down.


If that's the case, then how do we know if some Asian players may be the most graceless in defeat, if they never give interviews? :chin:

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby Pink Ball

Marco Fu has always been snooker’s great pantomime villain, and with good reason. Refusing to shake players’ hands; swigging vodka and smoking fags during matches despite the ban; and his notorious spitting incident. Fu has to be well up there. Terrible in victory, too. Who could forget that time he called John Higgins a dirty tourist after he hammered him in the Scottish Open final? Or him telling Hazel Irvine that Ronnie O’Sullivan was finished after he beat him in the Grand Prix final?

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby rekoons

Pink Ball wrote:Marco Fu has always been snooker’s great pantomime villain, and with good reason. Refusing to shake players’ hands; swigging vodka and smoking fags during matches despite the ban; and his notorious spitting incident. Fu has to be well up there. Terrible in victory, too. Who could forget that time he called John Higgins a dirty tourist after he hammered him in the Scottish Open final? Or him telling Hazel Irvine that Ronnie O’Sullivan was finished after he beat him in the Grand Prix final?


He did what?

Re: Most graceless in defeat

Postby TheSaviour

Yes, but how about completely ordinary player who just prefers win? How player like that ever could be graceless? Prefers just to win by doing many things spot on and having some serious power shots also plus always looking great. Which also happens to be the case.

Shots immediately ready. Power-shots also almost there already... A player like that losing a match could be a disaster. Media-wise-

Will be. Yes.

Personally, I am not any passionate man. It was Sean Connery as a 007 who once also stated that. That was cool and the truth, as the 007 only had an eye for beauty.

Let´s just hope they would finally admit what´s bottling and what´s not. And should I be happy with it, getting a loooooooooooooot´s of looks. No smiles at atll but looks. No jokes from their part yet at all lol. But the dogs, the frisbeegolf, the same shirts as I am having, the bottling-jobs on any giving moment, all kinds of spammings. No jokes yet, not any out-spokenly yet. No admitting spamming 9 years away. No admitting I posses SOME hostages... No admitting the modern tattoos shouldn´t be there. Ha haa. I am tough. Phone me. Smile. To me. Ha haa. No results at all if no co-operations...

Let´s just hope they would finally admit they should be happy with this "new world order". I should not but that´s my problem.

Ronnie O´Sullivan is the most gracelss in defeat.