TUA Vs CAMERON; and the Winner is...
Oct 3, 2009 9:41 am
David Tua was born as 'Mafaufau Tavita Lio Mafaufau Sanerivi Talimatasi' on 21 November 1972, and his opponent in the ring, Shane Aaron Cameron, was born on 17 October 1977, and these two heavyweights will battle it out tomorrow on the 3rd October 2009. Who will be the victor?
What will be the deciding factor, the outcome when these two Heavy Weights face off in the ring at Mystery Creek tomorrow?
I don't profess to know much about boxing but I can provide a great deal about the likelihood of one contender over the other, for just as sure as the sun will rise tomorrow, the outcome of the Tua vs Cameron fight will be known by the end of the day.
I do not gamble, but if I was a betting man, my assessment would be made on the following;
The date for the fight
The personal EQ (emotional Quotient) calculated for each contender
The mental state of them both, and
The conditions in the period following the match.
Having the means to do the calculations above, Tua is in the best light for the bout.
However, should the fight have been scheduled later, I would be swinging my bet towards Cameron as many factors start to emerge post this fight date which place Tua in a different light and he seems to be troubled before years end, reasons... within the brackets of unexpected matters, materialistic needs or developments or any other challenge that finds David in a tight or troubled space.
So, all going well for tomorrow, I support a win by Tua and improvements in his life seem to pick up as 2010 comes into play.
Calling the outcome of this fight is not easy nor clear. Both boxers Profiles can be likened to the American Presidential election between George Bush and Al Gore.
On the night of that election, I was speaking for a women's group called "El 88". The question was put to me; "who do I think will win the USA Election?"
Having an interest in the election, and having studied both candidates, I answered the question thus; "I thought (at the time) Gore was the likely winner and had more to offer than Bush, but because of the aftermath I saw in their Profiles, I calculated that there was a delay, a problem that was undecidable for a few weeks, but then Bush seemed to ride out the dilemma and come to the forefront, so I picked Bush would succeed the election."
I had no idea what was to bring about the conditions I had projected, but I turned out to be a 100% right.
Let's see how things sum up on this call . . . "LET THE BATTLE BEGIN!!!!!!!"
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