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Posted: 5/7/2012 11:19:09 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DaBestEver24:

Mayweather doesnt need to fight margarito. Margarito would lose by stoppage from a fucked up face in the 9th round


box Mayweather needs to fight Margarito cause pussyman has been avoiding Antonio Margarito for many many years. For some reason pussyman would not even negotiate a deal with him cause his a complete box!!
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Posted: 5/7/2012 11:24:33 PM
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  Floyd wants to retire undefeated!


MoneySRH : I made that statement on my first post. I didn't know if you missed it or was commenting on it. Either way it is a key factor.
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Posted: 5/7/2012 11:29:08 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by thesoulpurpose:

you have no idea what the hell your talking about, the people that think floyd will win are the people that actually know boxing, it's the main stream fans that think pacquiao will win, you mention floyd fighting guys at the end of their careers, manny has done this even more, did you forget , morales, barrera, ledwaba, de la hoya, mosley, hatton, take the same critisism that you have for floyd and point it towards pacquiao, in life people always side with the good guy,(manny) and go against the bad guy (floyd) as clearly you are doing.  floyd will give manny fits with his boxing skills, add to the fact that physically floyd will be stronger, he is obviously smarter, better defensively, a better inside fighter, pacquiao will have advantages in combanation punching and a slight advantage in power, as for speed, right now I think floyd has slowed a great deal over the last couple of years so manny will get the nod in my book,   but it goes back to floyds boxing ability and his ring intelligence, floyd is the master of anticipation and manny is not hard to figure out, he comes straight forward and lets his fast hands go, most of his opponents are simply not fast enough to get out of the way, this is not the case with floyd, manny is a guy that leaves himself open when getting into punching range and this will be the difference in the fight, I used to say that this was a mis match, but as everyone saw on saturday, floyd has lost a step, so the fight will be more competative, with adding more muscle to his frame combined with his age he is not the fighter he once was, physically manny right now is great (marquez just has his ticket) so this one will be a closer fight than it would of been a couple years ago or even 1 year ago for that matter,having said that I still like floyd to use his great boxing skills and catch manny coming in all night long, floyd will win a dec. 117-111 type of thing. manny's only chance to win is by ko, but floyds defence, jab and intelligence will simply not allow for this to happen,   manny has problems with marquez's boxings skills, floyds is bigger, stronger, faster, smarter, better defensively, harder puncher than marquez, BOXERS give pacquiao problems, and in terms of boxing skills from 140 to 154 even past his best floyd still reigns supreme and just for the record I do not like floyd, but in handy capping fights like or dislike has nothing to do with it
The funny thing is that I’m a former FAN of keep duckin Floyd! Roy jones jr, prince naseem hamed and keep duckin floyd were my favorite boxers to watch at one time. I look at all 59 opponents that Pacman faced and all of them were respectable fighters. Pacman didn’t care who it was as long as it paid, the fighter was respectable, and the fans wanted to see it. Pacman fought whomever whenever with out hesitation.

Name a single fight that you actually thought Floyd could lose and you can’t. Floyd on the other hand just cares about money, his undefeated record, and played it safe. Floyd only fights fighters that he knows he can beat and can pad his record. All 43 of his fights are carefully selected and are safely chosen. Floyd has one weakness and that’s the right cross. Pacman is a southpaw but he is right handed. Pacman is the only fighter to have the ability to have KO power in both hands. Pacman would stun Floyd with his right cross and KO Floyd with his left.

Pacman KO’s 65 percent of the fighters he steps in the right with. Pacman bounces on his toes when he fights. So, while Floyd is standing in his Philly shell stance, Pacman will bounce in and tap him with a right cross and straight left, boom knees buckle and KO. Pacman is known as the strongest puncher left in his weight class. Opponents of Pacman have said Pacman is the strongest puncher they have ever faced and that punches from both hands feel like concrete. Pacman has lost to power punchers, which stood toe to toe punch for punch with him.

Chicken garbage Floyd is not that kind of fighter. Floyd is finesse and relies on going the distance, dancing around with jabs, against carefully selected hand picked fighters. Pacman KO’s people and makes the trainers throw in the towel and makes fighters quit. Floyd would be KO’d within 10 rounds or less. Pacman is Ring Magazine number one Pound for Pound fighter in the world and is a Filipino soldier. Floyd is number two and is a finesse pretty boy that dances around the right with a jab to win by decision and has fought hand picked, carefully selected opponents, and all the big names, at the end of their careers.

On top of everything I just pointed out, I’ve seen Floyd’s interviews about Pacman. Floyd’s body language is not a man with confidence. Every time Floyd talks about Pacman he sweats a ton, he starts to swallow heavily, shake uncontrollably, stutter profusely, and exhibit bursts of nervous twitches. After seeing these things, I knew the Floyd was afraid. Before the fight even happens, Pacman has won this fight mentally.    

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Posted: 5/7/2012 11:33:43 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by sunset:



box Mayweather needs to fight Margarito cause pussyman has been avoiding Antonio Margarito for many many years. For some reason pussyman would not even negotiate a deal with him cause his a complete box!!


Floyd always wants the tactical advantage in almost every category so his strategy works. Floyd would beat Margarito, but the fight has ZERO value for Mayweather, and would win easily. Floyd does not like fighting tall opponents with great reach, regardless of their skill. Oscar's jab is the only thing that kept him in the fight and he kept it in Mayweather's face all night. It often makes great fighters frustrated with a relentless opponent even if they aren't doing any damage. It makes for a sloppy awkward bout. I stated previously that Margo is nothing without his wraps. Since then he hasn't done well. It's a lose, lose, lose situation for Floyd no matter how he wins as Margo has lost all credibility. I wanted Floyd to fight Williams years ago. He would have picked Williams apart after a few rounds, but the non-stop punching of Williams and his huge reach with an ability to fight inside, adding also the fact the common fan (90% of PPV buyers) had no idea who Paul Williams was or even is now (that is another lose-lose as Williams only had a fan base of real fight fans which are less than 5% of the PPV market!)
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Posted: 5/7/2012 11:39:17 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ZOUK:



MoneySRH : I made that statement on my first post. I didn't know if you missed it or was commenting on it. Either way it is a key factor.
I saw your post. I was just adding on to it.
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Posted: 5/7/2012 11:41:45 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by ZOUK:

Yes Floyd most likely would win, but he wants Manny as they both decline, leaving pure technique!!! Floyd plays the fights and fans like a chess master... he gets paid for fights that are over before they even start@! The conditions create the fight. Hagler vs Leonard... Leonard made 12rnd and wouldn't go 15 with Hagler for good reason. He picked the ring, gloves, attendees..etc! LOL


ZOUK: My original comment was followed nicely by your post regarding the MYTH match-up! I feel the same regarding the bout that Mayweather win by easy decision. Also, the one TRUE fact about Manny's camp (Roach) was the fight weight. He know Mayweather is a much bigger man, and if they fought at 147lbs, Manny would stay at his weight, but Floyd could easily weigh 160lbs and lose nothing in his ability. Keeping a distance like he tried against Cotto would be much easier against Manny, as Manny with such short arms would have to run into 2-3 combo, and by the time he gets to his spot... Floyd would tie-up or roll-off and be out.
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Posted: 5/7/2012 11:58:37 PM
MoneySRH: Regarding my post (I comprehend now - LOL). Your point about Manny knocking out fighters is true, but their are other factors. People don't try to box Manny (except Morales in their first bout, he picked apart a one handed, non-defensive, terrible footwork and stance Pacquiao). So when opponents start to get wild and don't play defense, the KO comes. Cotto was very defensive. Mosley ran (from both). Hatton got the life of a beating against Floyd and was 70-80% the fighter he was when he fought Manny. Floyd Sr trained him and stated and told Hatton he was the big man and to bring it... LOL. He was bigger, but not even close athletically or strength and punching power. Also, Hatton with his in fighting was perfect for Manny's short arms to get a one punch KO within 3 rounds... it was inevitable!
Keep the posts going as although I may highly disagree, people are putting some though and time in to each post... unlike a few JOKERS on here!
BTW- This is how we all improve: Nearly every study showed that one world class expert in an certain area, lost every time to a small group of 8 to 12 analysts all giving input. Like I stated how Floyd rarely blinks, even when hit he rarely squints, and Emanuel Steward made that great comment. I watch the fights in slow motion so I can see the focus and easily anticipate what a fighter is going to do within the next few moments (using his history and abilities). Floyd is nearly one of a kind as he watches the opponent's eyes mostly, stance (spacing and direction toes are pointed as this will tell him which way the body will shift and he anticipates and engages when he notices a fighter is committed to moving a direction, thus allowing Floyd's right hand to be so accurate with a head shot).
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Posted: 5/8/2012 12:04:05 AM
ANYONE: Did anyone hear a broadcaster stated that Cotto should use his uppercut more often? It was caught easily at the end of a round by Mayweather's gloves and the fans cheered like he hit him. Floyd just rolled his head back just in case, but the punch never touched his face. Inside when both of Floyd's hand are high and throwing a short upper-cut is OK, but not with any space. Remember BUSTER DOUGLAS? He was going to lose against Holyfield as he was so out of shape, but he tried a ridiculous uppercut, and Holyfield saw it before hand, leaned back and forward with a right hand and.... KNOCK-OUT! Buster didn't want to get up anyhow!
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Posted: 5/8/2012 12:05:38 AM
POST #31: I meant to address to SOUL! My bad
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Posted: 5/8/2012 4:59:02 AM
This is why boxing is dead. The 2 best fighters and there's excuse after excuse on why they won't fight. None of which involve determining who the best P4P is

Promoters have also ruined this sport.
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Posted: 5/8/2012 6:33:33 AM
Why not for promoters, they keep money comong? Fans keep coming (for trash fights that are all hype and media)... so then, who & what is the problem? ....
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Posted: 5/9/2012 1:43:53 AM
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The funny thing is that I’m a former FAN of keep duckin Floyd! Roy jones jr, prince naseem hamed and keep duckin floyd were my favorite boxers to watch at one time. I look at all 59 opponents that Pacman faced and all of them were respectable fighters. Pacman didn’t care who it was as long as it paid, the fighter was respectable, and the fans wanted to see it. Pacman fought whomever whenever with out hesitation.

Name a single fight that you actually thought Floyd could lose and you can’t. Floyd on the other hand just cares about money, his undefeated record, and played it safe. Floyd only fights fighters that he knows he can beat and can pad his record. All 43 of his fights are carefully selected and are safely chosen. Floyd has one weakness and that’s the right cross. Pacman is a southpaw but he is right handed. Pacman is the only fighter to have the ability to have KO power in both hands. Pacman would stun Floyd with his right cross and KO Floyd with his left.

Pacman KO’s 65 percent of the fighters he steps in the right with. Pacman bounces on his toes when he fights. So, while Floyd is standing in his Philly shell stance, Pacman will bounce in and tap him with a right cross and straight left, boom knees buckle and KO. Pacman is known as the strongest puncher left in his weight class. Opponents of Pacman have said Pacman is the strongest puncher they have ever faced and that punches from both hands feel like concrete. Pacman has lost to power punchers, which stood toe to toe punch for punch with him.

Chicken garbage Floyd is not that kind of fighter. Floyd is finesse and relies on going the distance, dancing around with jabs, against carefully selected hand picked fighters. Pacman KO’s people and makes the trainers throw in the towel and makes fighters quit. Floyd would be KO’d within 10 rounds or less. Pacman is Ring Magazine number one Pound for Pound fighter in the world and is a Filipino soldier. Floyd is number two and is a finesse pretty boy that dances around the right with a jab to win by decision and has fought hand picked, carefully selected opponents, and all the big names, at the end of their careers.

On top of everything I just pointed out, I’ve seen Floyd’s interviews about Pacman. Floyd’s body language is not a man with confidence. Every time Floyd talks about Pacman he sweats a ton, he starts to swallow heavily, shake uncontrollably, stutter profusely, and exhibit bursts of nervous twitches. After seeing these things, I knew the Floyd was afraid. Before the fight even happens, Pacman has won this fight mentally.    

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I will break it down as you wrote it, when floyd fought gernero hernandez their was a lot of people that thought he would lose, same thing with the corrales fight, I though castillo would win their first fight and in reality he did, I would of bet on tszyu if they fought around 2002 ish, but none of that matters, the man is good and that is why he is the favorite in all his fights, just as roy jones and sugar ray robinson were, that does not mean that he is not fighting good guys, it just means that he is superior, floyd would of been the fav against every fighter in every weight class that he has ever fought in, that is because he is great, that's why when he has a tough fight against a soild opponent like cotto people are shocked, floyd is held to a higher standard than any other fighter, that is because of his talents and when someone claims to be the best ever ( not even close in my book) he is going to get more criticism from the sporting world, as he should.  one thing that does concern me about floyds future is that I can tell by the look in his eyes between rounds, he has lost the fire, he does not really want to be their anymore, he does it because it is all he knows, that is all he has ever done, but pacquiao also has way to many things going on in his life as well, so It kind of evens out.  either way you pick manny, I pick floyd and that is why this is such a great fight for boxing,  us fighters all pick mayweather, mainstream boxing picks pacquiao and writers seem to slightly favor floyd, I just hope we eventually get to see, but until it's signed I am 100 percent finished writing about it.
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Posted: 5/9/2012 6:06:23 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by thesoulpurpose:

I will break it down as you wrote it, when floyd fought gernero hernandez their was a lot of people that thought he would lose, same thing with the corrales fight, I though castillo would win their first fight and in reality he did, I would of bet on tszyu if they fought around 2002 ish, but none of that matters, the man is good and that is why he is the favorite in all his fights, just as roy jones and sugar ray robinson were, that does not mean that he is not fighting good guys, it just means that he is superior, floyd would of been the fav against every fighter in every weight class that he has ever fought in, that is because he is great, that's why when he has a tough fight against a soild opponent like cotto people are shocked, floyd is held to a higher standard than any other fighter, that is because of his talents and when someone claims to be the best ever ( not even close in my book) he is going to get more criticism from the sporting world, as he should.  one thing that does concern me about floyds future is that I can tell by the look in his eyes between rounds, he has lost the fire, he does not really want to be their anymore, he does it because it is all he knows, that is all he has ever done, but pacquiao also has way to many things going on in his life as well, so It kind of evens out.  either way you pick manny, I pick floyd and that is why this is such a great fight for boxing,  us fighters all pick mayweather, mainstream boxing picks pacquiao and writers seem to slightly favor floyd, I just hope we eventually get to see, but until it's signed I am 100 percent finished writing about it.
I’ve been studying this fight for over two years. Pacman is the number one pound for pound, not FLOYD! Chop chop is the only southpaw to almost KO Floyd. Floyd has fought one southpaw in 7 years and that was Ortiz. It took a sucker punch for him to win that fight. 

Floyd mixes orthodox with Philly shell stance and has a wide stance. When he fights southpaws, Floyd likes to be aggressive in a wide stance, and jabs with his left, keeping his right hand low by his chin. Every time he attacks a southpaw he keeps his hands wide and jabs wildly. When southpaws attack Floyd, he uses his gloves to block the punches and bounces backwards.

For some reason, Floyd likes to stand right in front of southpaws and stands still. When Floyd is rocked, he likes to use the Philly shell stance and lean in with his shoulder. One punch from Pacman on Floys shoulder will rock Floyd. There is only one man, who can expose all of these weaknesses, and has the ability to capitalize on them, that’s PACMAN!

Mayweather picked those fights for a reason and he was lucky to fight in a time of weak opponents. Floyd has been in only two real fights, against real opponents and pacman has been in seven real fights. I’m not saying Floyd can’t fight, I’m saying he can dominate everyone but Pacman! Pacman is the best boxer in the world!

The power that Pacman has is like no other boxer alive and pacman trains like no other boxer alive. Pacman has NO fear of Floyd and every other fighter was afraid of Floyd. Floyd is arrogant, cocky, and has extreme confidence but not when he talks about pacman.

I’ve studied all of Floyds weaknesses, all of his interviews, and I see he is vulnerable to southpaws and shows fear when talking about pacman. As I said, Floyd’s body language is not a man with confidence. Every time Floyd talks about Pacman he sweats a ton, he starts to swallow heavily, shake uncontrollably, stutter profusely, and exhibit bursts of nervous twitches. If Floyd isn’t afraid, why does he show it?

After seeing these things, I knew the Floyd was afraid. You can defend and bet on a scared fighter and I will defend and bet on the fighter that shows no fear and has more experience against quality opponents.
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Posted: 5/9/2012 7:28:50 PM
you said mayweather has only fought 1 southpaw in 7 years, wrong, did you forget zab judah, you don't have to break down a fight to me as I am a pro fighter, floyd is always calling out manny, when do you ever hear manny calling out floyd, he always says I am the fighter, bob arum is my promotor and blah,blah, the funny thing is it's is not only me and every other fighter I know that think floyd will kick his behind, but it is also the majority of the writers  and oh ya and LAS VEGAS also had floyd as a 2 or 3 to 1 favorite depending on the book. open your eyes man. oh ya you say manny is the hardest worker in the game, that is pure bullshit, manny is a part time fighter, who is in congress, commercials, movies, has a family, he is not even close to the hardest worker in the game. he is a great athlete so it gets him through, but to call a guy who spends much more time out of the gym than in it the hardest worker in the game is crazy. I am an up and coming fighter and I spend 6 to 8 hours in the gym per day, he is not a harder worker than me, he is also not a harder worker than floyd, matter of fact he is not even close to what you claim . too many outside the ring distractions to be the hardest working fighter in the game. the hardest working guys are in the gym every day weather they have a fight or not, clearly not the case with manny. who spends much more time out than in. you bet on pacquiao, you will lose
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Posted: 5/9/2012 7:40:31 PM
I will put it this way, I DO NOT AGREE WITH ANYTHING THAT YOU SAY ABOUT THIS FIGHT so I will leave it at that, I have no desire to talk about this fight anymore
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Posted: 5/10/2012 3:11:44 AM
Pac is the best southpaw boxer EVER! Pac trains everyday and runs ten miles a day, does 2,000 sit-ups a day, and has a full daily boxing routine. It’s laughable that you think you train more than the best boxer pound for pound in the world. What’s funny is you’re an up incoming fighter and I was an amateur boxer for 15 years. I tried to get involved in MMA and was injured. I have two bad knees. For being a boxer you sure throw obvious things under the rug. The fact the May’s record is padded. How May’s only been tested once in his whole career.

How he only fought under his terms and waited patiently for the right time to take advantage of a weak opponent. You ignore May’s weakness and that’s the right cross. Pac’s strength is the right cross and straight left. You ignore that May has been rocked in every fight at least twice and was lucky that his opponent didn’t have the punching power to finish him. You ignore the fact that you can’t name a single fight with the punching power that Pac possesses that May fought.

You ignore the interviews of May talking about Pacman on stage, radio, and TV where May talks about Pacman and sweats a ton, he starts to swallow heavily, shake uncontrollably, stutter profusely, and exhibit bursts of nervous twitches. If May isn’t afraid, why does he show it? I hope this fight happens because when May fights southpaws, he stands right in front of them, and tilts his head to the right, using that orthodox Philly shell, to use his left hand to block punches. Pac’s concrete hands pop May with a right cross, buckle his knees, and then with a straight left that’s Pac’s signature KO punch. That garbage is over. The greatest southpaw of all time wins.

Pac said that he thinks the best chance of the fight happening is if Mayweather thinks he looks old and vulnerable. I don’t care what Vegas says, I’ve been gambling for over 12 years now, I’ve seen Vegas wrong thousands of times. I’m gonna bet on, if this fight happens, the number one pound for pound. Let me put it this way…I can tell you’re an amateur because you don’t study the people you bet on and the point of a line is to entice action on both sides, not declare a winner…I’m done.
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Posted: 5/10/2012 7:53:07 PM
all of the statements about pacquiao's training habits that you mentioned are bullshit, he is a part time fighter, not sure where your getting you info from, but you are obviously on pacquiao's person, the man is in congress, which by the way is a full time job, ( movies commercils family), he is allowed time of for fights, so when he is training he is obviously a very hard worker, but he is fighting 2 times per year, meaning about 5 months out of the year he is training, their are fighters such as myself that do not do anything but train all year long as we are starting a pro career and are trying to make a name for ourselves, manny is a part time fighter right now period.   you mention me not studying fighters, that mean you don't know garbage so shut the darn up, I have a boxing library that is filled with over 16,000 fights, from corbett vs fitzsimmons to gans vs nelson to pep vs saddler up until current fights. I study more than anyone possible could, so you are wrong again. you  mention vegas, vegas puts the guy who is better as the favorite and sometimes their are upsets as in this game anything can happen, floyd is the favorite means that he is perceived  to be the better fighter, not just by me but by most, you are in the minority, oh and since we are talking about our credentials, I hade 90 amateur  fights with 88 wins and I am now curently 2-0 as a pro,  go away you novice, has been.
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Posted: 5/10/2012 8:06:30 PM
their are about 4 or 5 guys on this site that actually know what they are talking about, ZOUK who started this post is one of them and we all seem to pick mayweather to win the fight if the garbage ever happens. you are in the minority, does manny have a chance , sure as he is a great fighter, but the the most probable outcome is for floyd to win.
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Posted: 5/10/2012 8:22:06 PM
you say that pacquiao is the best southpaw ever? you must of forgotten about pernell whitaker
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Posted: 5/10/2012 9:28:54 PM
this is not in response to the jack off, who I have been going back and forth with, but I am not actually sure that manny will get by bradley on june 9th, in this fight he is not fighting a human punching bag like clottey and margarito or an old and washed up fighter like de la hoya and mosley or a natural featherweight in marquez (to which in reality he should of lost to in his last fight) he is fighting a strong and hungry fighter in bradley who is naturally much bigger and stronger than manny, I think manny has too many outside of the ring distractions to beat a man who has waited his whole life for an opportinaty like this, manny comes back to reality in this one. bradley is focused 100 percent on this one and it is obvious that manny is not. bradley by dec, hunger and desire are as important as your skills in this sport, for this fight bradley has it and to me manny does not. this is a good spot for bradley
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Posted: 5/11/2012 2:41:39 AM
Soul: I'd say you are using the theory quote of....

"Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard!"

There is no hidden opinion or context in this, just an interpretation of your post. The odds-makers definitely put a stamp on your opinion with the odds reflection. Yes people have thought Manny to be a huge favorite and they usually don't make odds on major fights to discourage average bettors and the fan who pays to watch and some side action. If they thought Manny was a real favorite, the odds would have opened much higher in most places. I seen around -300 to -400 opening, and since it has shifted with Manny bettors early to just under -500. They would never open the line -700 for this fight as it encourages bettors to prop bet Manny, or try for the upset. The line gives you that information when the odds seem inaccurate to the average eye. I have seen both fighters many times, but I have yet to do a analysis using replay footage and the latest training, and as you stated the dedication and focus required every time! Later!
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Posted: 5/11/2012 5:59:28 AM


You call me a jack off and insult me on the Internet. I was just having a debate on here and you started talking garbage on the Internet because you were losing the debate. You’re a girl fighter and you’ll finish a never was. You’re just like girl made floyd, all talk. You’re a little whiny child. Walking around butt hurt all the time. I’m done, you whiny amateur-square.
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Posted: 5/11/2012 8:50:32 AM
ZOUK i have respect for you're prospective

I’ve seen all of the interviews of Floyd talking about Pacman on stage, radio, and TV where Floyd talks about Pacman and sweats a ton, he starts to swallow heavily, shake uncontrollably, stutter profusely, and exhibit bursts of nervous twitches.

There's more interviews but this one i posted was the funniest



Mayweather talks about PACMAN! He shits bricks and goes all butt-hurt. Just like thesoulpurpose
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9IR96fu2CU

Keep duckin girl made may all butt hurt n garbage


stay duckin
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Posted: 5/12/2012 1:33:05 AM
you drew first blood by trying to insult me first box, me losing the debate, you must be on drugs, you knock my boxing career, what did you ever do in the pro ranks? did you ever even have 1 pro fight? I just started my pro career and am 2 and 0, you are not good enough to carry my jockstrap, as larry holmes once said, remember my user name as one day I will be the champ and you are and will always be a chump, you brag about your amateur career, but today amateur boxing is box, if you never did anything in the pro's than what is the point of an amateur career, simply a waste of time.  that is like going to university for 8 years to be a lawyer and then end up working in a factory, so either you quit or simply were not good enough to begin with, so go away and stop throwing rocks at the throne.
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Posted: 5/12/2012 2:27:19 AM
I drew first blood? My first post in this thread was # 22 and it was directed at Jerseyboy89 and his delusional love affair with keep duckin butt-hurt chicken garbage Floyd.

I felt I was better at street fighting and that’s why I stopped pursuing a boxing career. I got into MMA and I hurt both of my knees.

I still can fight but I decided to pursue another career. I own my own business, have 4 degrees, a family, and decided to go all in on my pursuit of being a pro sports gambler.

You do know your boxing and so do I… you act like because you are a boxer that it makes you superior to everyone else on this topic.

I could challenge a football player to football gambling and kick his behind. Just because he played the sport doesn’t mean he knows more about it than me.

I came on the boxing forum to debate the biggest fight since “The Rumble in the Jungle.” But you decided to act like a girl. I didn’t start this bullshit. You came at me like some whiny snot nosed Internet tough guy and I responded.

My advise is chill the darn out. This garbage is supposed to be fun, entertaining and engaging. Let’s drop this bullshit. I’m willing to move on and forget about it if you are.

Peace

And if your reading this butt-hurt Floyd…Stay Duckin 

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