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2018 Monster Energy Houston SX Bench Racing - Rd 2

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I'm first. Tonite I want to see ciancurulo do good, and obviously plessinger win. For 450, I would like 1st roczen, 2nd musquin, 3rd tomac, 4th bagger, 5th Webb and 6th barcia.
The real way it will go is:
Musquin
Barcia
Roczen
Webb

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13 minutes ago, hondaman331 said:

I'm first. Tonite I want to see ciancurulo do good, and obviously plessinger win. For 450, I would like 1st roczen, 2nd musquin, 3rd tomac, 4th bagger, 5th Webb and 6th barcia.
The real way it will go is:
Musquin
Barcia
Roczen
Webb

I'm with ya on the on the twofidies but will go ET3, KR94, that husky guy JA 3ed. Muskrat 4th. webb 5th.

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Deano could barely lift his arm above head up to yesterday and he was out giving it a try

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27 minutes ago, Fryboy said:

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Deano is favoring that shoulder just putting his goggles on... he's a trooper!

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