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Posted: 6/10/2012 5:00:58 AM
that nobody is larger than this boxing event.  Pac made everyone wait a long time for the fight to start as he was watching game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals.  Everyone has plans after the match, especially the judges who where against Pac probably had paid dates with the ringside girls at the MGM presidential suite with plenty of blow waiting for them after winning their bets on that match. 
C'mon now, making people wait to watch basketball game while you have your own main event happening shows arrogance and a darn everyone attitude.  I'm Pacamn, I'm Congressmen, I'm a singer, and I'm going to watch basketball and everyone has to wait.  To people who like Pac, this might seems like he a basketball fan.  However, for those who don't like Pac, it shows cockiness and arrogance. 

In my opinion and everyone else, including Bradley, Pac won this fight bar none.  I guess his cockiness and arrogance lost him this match. 
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Posted: 6/10/2012 5:25:23 AM
no you bumbling bafoon, the judges lost him the match.


your last 2 sentences are pure stupidity

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Posted: 6/10/2012 6:04:13 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by xaycopicks:

that nobody is larger than this boxing event.  Pac made everyone wait a long time for the fight to start as he was watching game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals.  Everyone has plans after the match, especially the judges who where against Pac probably had paid dates with the ringside girls at the MGM presidential suite with plenty of blow waiting for them after winning their bets on that match. 
C'mon now, making people wait to watch basketball game while you have your own main event happening shows arrogance and a darn everyone attitude.  I'm Pacamn, I'm Congressmen, I'm a singer, and I'm going to watch basketball and everyone has to wait.  To people who like Pac, this might seems like he a basketball fan.  However, for those who don't like Pac, it shows cockiness and arrogance. 

In my opinion and everyone else, including Bradley, Pac won this fight bar none.  I guess his cockiness and arrogance lost him this match. 

Idiot.
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Posted: 6/10/2012 8:17:10 AM
I actually like your point. He didn't lose in the ring from what I watched so something was going on there. 
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Posted: 6/10/2012 8:54:39 AM
@ xaycopicks - That's total bullshit.  At approximately 7:30 PM EST, on HBO's 24/7 Overtime, Jim Lampley reported that promoters had decided to wait until the game ended to start the fight in order to not lose PPV buys.  He said "if you're planning on watching game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals and then switching over to the fight, don't worry.  Promoters have decided the fight will not start until after the game ends."

So stop talking out your behind.  This had to do with Arum losing Manny's fights to Golden Boy.
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