Found March 15, 2013 on
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Remember the story about former soccer player, current boxer Curtis Woodhouse showing up at the house of his twitter troll, after the guy popped off at the mouth one time too many following Woodhouse losing a match? Well Woodhouse finally got to meet James O’Brien – the Twitter harasser- face to face and get an apology on live television. ‘Embarrassed’ James O’Brien apologised live on television to Woodhouse, who he enraged so much that he put a ‘bounty’ on his tormentor’s head and drove more than 60 miles to his street. Woodhouse had been receiving abusive tweets from for up to eight months before he finally snapped when he was branded a ‘disgrace’ after losing his English light-welterweight title on points last week. Today Woodhouse said he finally decided to act after seeing how worried his wife was about the abuse. He told ITV’s Daybreak: ‘If you are in the public eye, I don’t think it’s right that you should be abused, your family should be abused, your children should be ab
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You may have heard about English boxer Curtis Woodhouse showing up to a man’s house after the man trolled him on Twitter for losing his English light welterweight title to Shayne Singleton. Well, Woodhouse finally got to meet his troll on the English show DayBreak.
The boxer sat down with the two hosts of DayBreak to discuss what went on that day and why Woodhouse decided...
As the proverbial saying goes, a smart man learns from his mistakes but a wise man learns from the mistakes of others, so with that being said, there will be no twitter trolling for me.
Earlier in the week, we reported a story about soccer player turned boxer Curtis Woodhouse, showing up at the house of his twitter troll, after his cyber abuser insulted him for losing a fight.
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Boxer Curtis Woodhouse has a message to all cyber-bullies who terrorize under the semi-anonymous guise of Twitter: #Iwillfindyou.
The former British lightweight champion, Curtis lost his title last weekend to boxer Shayne Singleton. Ever since handing over the title, he’s been tormented by a Twitter user who calls himself “The Master...