Murray jumped Valeev during a stoppage in play right by the benches and landed a couple good shots. Valeev grabbed on and steadied himself while Murray threw a couple of harmless punches....Vallev threw a couple of straight lefts and one of them busted Murray open. Murray ducked his head down and both stopped punching. Murray got the quantity, Valeev got the quality...I give the win to Valeev.
The "problem" is: No one understands your...abrv's/slang
"getting the all-clear" and then you say "he has not (possibly) (MAY HAVE) been reinjured."...what does ANY of that mean???
First of all, I didn't use any abrv's/slang. I mistakenly thought that "all clear" would be understood as meaning something along the lines of "false alarm"; "there is no problem"; "everything is okay"....maybe the misunderstanding or confusion of the phrase is generational.
As far as my use of the words "possible" and "MAY HAVE", (references from my earlier post) I was just repeating what I had heard - again my mistake.