User talk:Timvpduncan21

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Spelling

Please check your spelling. --Ric 14:31, 22 October 2006 (CDT)

Spelling & Fight Code

Once again, please check your spelling. It's horrible. Also, when creating a fight page, remember to add the "fight code" at the very top. The fight code is the fight number (which you can see at the top of any fight page) contained within "fight" code tags, like this: <fight>12345</fight>

The fight code will automatically insert the names of the boxers, result, location, and date. You can then add other text and images. You can get other instructions and help here. Please go back to the fight page you were working on and "clean it up." Also, when saying a fight is controversial, you need to explain with facts and/or sources. Otherwise that comment will be deleted as being unsubstantiated and a matter of personal opinion, not fact. --Ric 13:15, 25 October 2006 (CDT)

Your Newly-Added Material

Much of what you are adding to the boxer pages is superfluous. By that I mean it is already obvious who they beat or lost to, by virtue of the linked fight record (it says "click" in the boxer's profile). Such as what you added to the Omar Nino Romero page: "Upset Brian Viloria On National TV to win his WBC Light Flyweight Title. Earlier in his career he knocked out Jorge Arce." We already know this. You are cluttering the boxer's page with information that is already there, for anyone who takes the time to click to see the boxer's fight record. It's another story, however, if such facts are mentioned in an over-all extensive biography, then it's appropriate to mention notable fights. There may be other exceptions to this general rule, but I do not think what you have been adding is "exceptional" information that we cannot already learn by clicking on the linked fight record. --Ric 16:44, 25 October 2006 (CDT)

Stick to the facts please

Your contributions are very opinionated, which is only allowed when backed up by sources. And once again, please check your spelling. --Wouter 08:43, 7 December 2006 (CST)