They might yell to each other and the loudest mouth wins, please let’s stick to boxingPosted September 3, 2013 12:49 pm
Does this guy write anything worth reading???Posted September 3, 2013 11:16 am
Once Mayweather Boxes Cinnabums ears off and Paquiao KO’s dumb dumb Rios we’ll start hearing the rumblings of Mayweather vs Paquaio again..Posted September 3, 2013 8:15 am
Or Howard E Newman from the Mad Magazine Covers… definitely a dork…Posted September 3, 2013 7:09 am
He is a dead ringer for Howdy Doody or Richard Cunningham from Happy Days.. definitely not a real Mexican as Josesito Lopez trainer said…Posted September 3, 2013 7:08 am
I’m fighting Denise the menace” hahahahahahaha, can’t get any better than that. LOL!!!Posted September 3, 2013 2:51 am
if you don’t find…..Posted September 3, 2013 2:49 am
“I’m fghting focking Chucky” hahahahahahaha. If you find that funny, you are 100 years old.Posted September 3, 2013 2:49 am
Kid blast, what you said is ok but the fact remains that Canelo is a carrot top. Floyd has a good sense of humor and so should you. BTW, he also looks like Chucky. Live with it.Posted September 3, 2013 2:46 am
Ghostman ( The Son Of The Wolf )
Most of us have gone to Boxing.com, but I still post on ESB.Posted September 3, 2013 12:42 am
Good point made by GOLD why Mayweather didn’t fight Paul Williams. But Paul Williams did have a big name and he did call out Mayweather, but Roger and Floyd Sr. did not want Floyd near a fighter like Paul Williams, someone who was talk Southpaw and throws over a 100 punches a round. Floyd would have lost for sure, No doubt about it. Plus no one knew who Sergio Martinez was until he fought Paul Williams. I feel bad for Paul, because he had bad management, instead of his management team keeping him at WW to become a mandatory for Pacquiao and Mayweather, they had him bouncing around in different weight class.Posted September 2, 2013 11:16 pm
Carrot top is going to get beat due to the speed of Maywhether. I like Canelo, but unfortunately Maywhether will beat him.Posted September 2, 2013 11:14 pm
Rob Smith is among ESB’s top purveyors of garbage . . . Peace to the GHOSTMAN.Posted September 2, 2013 10:46 pm
Each category in and of itself has meaning. When the statistical data is combined and numbers crunched, conclusions can be reached based on logic, common sense, and the intrinsic truth contained in numbers.Posted September 2, 2013 10:07 pm
Carrot top ?……………………and FM is a brillo pad.!!Posted September 2, 2013 9:15 pm
Cinnabum is going to get his big floppy red ears boxed off of him just like Mayweather did to plodder Guerrero and his sht talkin father..Posted September 2, 2013 8:31 pm
Ghostman ( The Son Of The Wolf )
Wow…been a long time since I heard from or read comments by Kid Blast and RGR.Hopefully the rst of Teds posse are posting again.OY and MrBill and Donnie (Prov) can’t be far behind ? Is TeTumbo and Josey Wales still around too ? How about the lads from OZ JC and Goatsnake ?Posted September 2, 2013 6:35 pm
Rob smith = ellerbePosted September 2, 2013 5:05 pm
Next article will be about Canelo calling Mayweather Baldy.” This garbage has now filled the sewer to overflowing.
How about something with some real substance?Posted September 2, 2013 4:39 pm
Floyd only said that right after the fight. I bet if you ask him again he will say Augustus. Thats like saying Oscar told everybody Canelo isn’t ready for Floyd after the Mosley fight. And after fighting the mexican dude, forgot his name at the moment and Trout, Oscar is claiming that Canelo wins by KO before the 8th.Posted September 2, 2013 4:05 pm
SQUARE CIRCLE FLOYD WAS BORN IN GRAnd RAPIDS MICHIGAN LOOK IT UP ON BOXING RECORDPosted September 2, 2013 3:48 pm
That’s an interesting point Tark,
Canelo has actually fought and beaten the best common opponent of the two in Trout.Posted September 2, 2013 3:41 pm
Maybe Oscar was really Floyd’s best opponent… Maybe Miguel Cotto just SEEMED a lot tougher than Oscar because of the age difference.
Floyd was a fresh 30 when he fought Oscar… 35 when he fought Cotto.Posted September 2, 2013 3:33 pm
YES. The Cinnamon Kid’s resume isn’t nearly as impressive as Floyd’s.
But who fought the best fighter???
Floyd’s best opponent, by his own admission, was Miguel Cotto. Canelo’s best opponent, by his own admission was Austin Trout.
Trout gave Cotto a boxing and punching lesson, and beat him TFU.Posted September 2, 2013 3:27 pm
So now we are saying Floyd is gonna win because he lives in Vegas. Floyd has never needed help on the score cards. If Canelo knocks him down a couple of times, there is a good chance he will win. Canelo is gonna come in with the fans. Which pretty much puts Floyd at a disadvantage because every punch Canelo throws and misses the crowd will go wild and the judges will act like the punch landed.Posted September 2, 2013 3:21 pm
HAHhaHAHhaHAHa carrot top HAHahHAHahAH
Come on, guys got a sense of humorPosted September 2, 2013 3:14 pm
I agree with Tark’s post. Lack of sparring partners in the Canelo camp could be a big problem. Hopefully Mosley steps in and maybe Golovkin will help out. Bradley is sparring at the moment.Posted September 2, 2013 3:10 pm
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
If Canelo knocks FMJ down a couple times and scores a couple 10-8 rounds, he doesn’t need to take the majority of rounds to pull off the decision. But even then he’d likely get robbed on the cards because he’s a foreigner fighting in FMJ’s home country and hometown.
Shoot…FMJ practically owns half of Vegas, so Canelo almost has to stop him by KO in order to get the official win. This could turn out to be a highly controversial decision, in which the fans demand a rematch.
As I’ve said before, If Canelo is able to land the same type of shots that Cotto did… FMJ is going to take a seat on the canvas at least once — if not worse. Real talk.Posted September 2, 2013 3:05 pm
This pundit says.., “Canelo’s going to need a knockout”
NO he won’t… Canelo needs to win 8 rounds solidly. Saul can possibly do that. Let’s be realistic. This fight is Floyd’s house and Saul has to beat him up, or beat him convincingly. The Canelo-Trout fight was in a location that probably favored the foreigner—San Antonio TX.
Did Canelo beat Trout 118-109? ..NOPE.. He didn’t win by 9 points. And he didn’t dominate the early rounds as completely as the scorecards indicated.
Canelo hitting and hurting Trout, as well as dropping him, may be a sign that Saul is maturing power-wise as a fighter. Trout is a great fighter and very hard to hurt. Or it may be a sign that Trout just had a lousy night.
I do think Canelo is maturing. But I also think his management skimped on sparring partners for this fight. If Canelo is sending all his sparring partners home in a bag — they’re not half tough enough. And that is really poor management…
You need fabulous sparring partners when you’re preparing for the world’s best fighter.Posted September 2, 2013 2:38 pm
NO CLUE TED THE BULL SARES BEEN AWRITER ONESB FOR AWHILE JUST USED KID TO MAKE ACOMMENTPosted September 2, 2013 2:13 pm
Past prime Oscar. Past Prime Shane who he avoided because he was “too good” after he defeated Margarito. Past prime JMM who ended up knocking him out. Past prime Cotto. Past prime and weight drained Morales. Avoided Raheem. Etc. etc. etc….it seems Pac and Floyd are laughing at the fans.Posted September 2, 2013 2:03 pm
NO CLUE TED THE BULL SARES BEEN AWRITER ON ESB FOR AWHILEPosted September 2, 2013 2:02 pm
Whoa, Floyd’s calling Canelo names like a 15 year old? Never expected that.Posted September 2, 2013 1:48 pm
Mayweathers resume in last fights for you rob, de la Hoya past his prime, Shane Mosley past his prime,victor Ortiz not in the same league,Guerrero not on the same league,cotto past his prime,Baldomir not that good,Marquez first fight jumping weight classes,margarito oops he didn’t fight him, Martinez oops he didn’t fight him, pacman oops he didn’t fight him,say whatever but its the truthPosted September 2, 2013 1:32 pm
FLOYD BAD MOUTH GATTIPosted September 2, 2013 1:18 pm
NO CANELO AINT CHUCKY OR CARROT TOPPosted September 2, 2013 1:16 pm
Candelo Alverez = WEARING A DRESS AND WATCHING UNIVISION LIKE MOST LATINA MEN !!!! ~ Latino Tv = The Bravo Channel !! Sad but True !!!!Posted September 2, 2013 12:37 pm
THE REAL AMERICAN OAK
Floyds just a scared n i gg er.Posted September 2, 2013 12:02 pm
Floyd actually called Shane and Oscar out while he was down in the lower weight classes…specially Shane who was right there to be fought. Shane was the only guy he had a legit shot at getting in the ring but only if Shane would agree. But neither of them needed Floyd because Floyd wasn’t a big enough name. Floyd needed them.
Shane went after Oscar and Floyd was left behind. Floyd would need more years to build his name up. And I think this was a big part of the problem Floyd had with Arum: His name wasn’t being built up quick enough so he bought out his contract and left. And in doing so, his Name grew and so did his bank account.
Floyd beat Oscar. Oscar made it look competitive because of the volume of punches he was throwing but he wasn’t landing cleanly for Points. Floyd was more effective. That’s what boxing scoring is about.
Floyd just didn’t kick his ass like he thinks he did. He left it close in the eyes of the public and should have been able to do a lot more.
Again, another Arum fighter. That fight was a future fight for Arum to put together while he had both of them under his promotion. But when Floyd left, so did the deal. They didn’t think Cotto was ready at the time either so that fight was pushed back.
Notice when Cotto left Arum he ended up signing to fight Floyd right away and for the biggest payday of his career?
Floyd only avoided one fight that he could have made and that was Paul Williams. The only reasonable argument to be made about that fight not going through is that Paul wasn’t a big enough NAME to garner the risk vs. reward. But hey, fans just want to see the best fight the best and I was for that fight. It should have happened.Posted September 2, 2013 11:59 am
I do think people overlook some things like Age can be a factor, where the fighters are at mentally in their careers, how their training camp went, and fighters can be upset by a lesser talented fighter just because it’s a damn fight and anything can happen. You can have an “off day.” You can make a mistake and have it countered by a nice shot to the chin or liver and it’s over. Anything can happen in a fight so nothing is a given.
EASY FIGHT is b.s. Nothing is easy in a damn fight even when you are prepared. If it was all easy, you wouldn’t bother to train. But you do train and that is why it is “easier%Posted September 2, 2013 11:51 am
Tarver fought a deflated Roy Jones jr.
Douglas fought a Tyson that didn’t train while Douglas was trained. So again, horrible comparison.
Spinks beat an Ali that was older, past his prime, and didn’t take “little Spinks” seriously as Dundee said. Ali took it seriously in the rematch.
HOWEVER, “IF” Floyd’s 36 years of age does catch up to him, “IF” Floyd isn’t taking Canelo seriously, “IF” Floyd has blown up in Muscle weight by 15 pounds and then decides to quickly shed it without the help of an expert nutritionist and S&C….YES, FLoyd will end up like Roy, like Muhammad, like Mike.
Overall, “IF” you are saying you can’t underestimate your opponent, you must be trained, and don’t overlook the age factor, mental factor of becoming complacent, etc…. and upsets happen…YES, you are correct.Posted September 2, 2013 11:46 am
To all you Alverez critics who think the undefeated champion brings nothing to the table, nothing to compete with Floyd. Let me ask you this… What did Antonio Tarver, and Glen Johnson bring to the table with the Great Roy Jones jr?? Or how bout a 42 to 1 underdog in James “Buster” Douglas who Dominated “The Badest man on the Planet”?? Or, how bout a 7 fight pro Leon Spinks easily beating “the greatest of all time” Muhamed Ali?? All those guys were saying the same BS Floyd is saying, ” I can’t be beat” I’m the best ever, ” this guy hasn’t fought anyone” Bla, Bla, Bla… All the greats, Ali, Leonard, Robinson, Tyson, Leonard, Hagler, Hearns, They all got beat!! Will it happen to Floyd?? I’ll tell ya one thing, Boxing history tells us that it’s way more likely that he’ll lose thePosted September 2, 2013 11:29 am
Chucky, carrot top…I think DANNY BONADUCCI (Partridge Family) is far more appropriate due to his decisive KO power on Fox’s Celebrity Boxing…just ask Vanilla Ice, but he still may not remember it!!Posted September 2, 2013 11:21 am
MNboxingFAN – Sean
Chucky? Carrot Top? Floyd showing he never graduated from elementary school again. What’s next? Canelo smells like doo doo? Please Floyd… just shut up and fight. Keep your stupid comments for your herd of mindless drones that follow you around. Maybe you should put in some “Hard Work” on having class.Posted September 2, 2013 10:13 am
How many WORLD CHAMPIONS that Floyd names were waited-on until they were waaaaaaay past their prime, Including Delahoya who I still say won that fight.Posted September 2, 2013 8:48 am
I still dont believe Floyd is taking this fight ! Gotta hand it to him on this one. I guess the (0) really doesn’t mean as much to him as everyone thinks. If it does, this is a very bad move. This kid is no joke he is going to beat Floyd like a snare drum ! Too big, quick, elusive, and S-M-A-R-T ! Is able to adjust to adjustments……………………And by the way anyone who thought the Trout fight was a draw- watch it again ! He was punished and he’ll admit it too. Every once in a while you get a stone cold killer boxer. You see it in their eyes………………Marquez, Bradley & Canelo, fit my catagory of these.Posted September 2, 2013 8:46 am
Why is it still ok to call people with ginger hair offensive names. Your picking on the colour of their hair, if Canelo returned a comment picking on the colour of Floyds skin there would be an uproar.
Posted September 2, 2013 3:37 am
TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU BARLOW…
I wrote the same about JAMES CHUNKY DEGALE’S deplorable comments when he matched up with GEORGE ST. GROVES a while back.
Not only did he make himself look stupid but he made boxing as a whole look incredibly shallow and tasteless!
Sadly, it seems there needs to be an angle to get the public to “bite”, if all else fails we’ll get them to pull each other’s suits and roll around on the floor a little bit to sell the fight to the general public!!!!Posted September 2, 2013 7:56 am
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
Leave is to the ever-so-classy FMJ to start making bigoted comments about his upcoming opponent — just he said racial comments about Asians during the negotiations with PacMan.
Canelo should have fired back and called FMJ a debil monito negro. But Canelo has more class in his pinky toe than Lil’ Floyd has in his whole body. What many of you don’t understand its that real class is something that money can’t buy. Real talk.Posted September 2, 2013 5:46 am
I’m referring to Rob smith’s “Canelo has fought … a lot of fighters that fans have never even heard of”.
My point is: the same can be said of Floyd.Posted September 2, 2013 5:34 am
And we can give 40 names on Canelo record that the average fan doesn’t know. Whats the point the average fan knows Mayweather, Pacquioa, Mosley, Canelo, and Marquez. And, it still hard to find a lot that know them.Posted September 2, 2013 5:28 am
I started reading this without checking who the writer was. Half way thru I noticed that something is not right and saw that Rob Smith was the source :)
Why is it still ok to call people with ginger hair offensive names. Your picking on the colour of their hair, if Canelo returned a comment picking on the colour of Floyds skin there would be an uproar.Posted September 2, 2013 3:37 am
Lots of stupid commets here. Stop waisting your time or post some sensible comments!Posted September 2, 2013 2:46 am
When your the best then you get to hand pick your fights, that’s just how it is,like it or not, its not just Mayweather all the top guys through history hand pick their fights,that’s boxing for you.Posted September 2, 2013 2:42 am
I see Good
I’m not sure but I dont think Mayweather has fought a Bob Arum fighter since he left Bob Arum. The only fighter that was ducked was Paul Williams. Mosley had a tooth ache when call out by Mayweather, Margarito who was the most feared man in boxing only because Bob Arum said so. He was beaten by Paul Williams and got a gift decision over Clottey. That was Bob Arum Trying to get his fighter a big fight, just like at 140 lbs. when Cotto refused to fight Mayweather. I wish you really did See Good, then I would have no need to type this over and over again for people who are not watching the interview righ after the fights. That’s where most of the good stuff is learn not a lot of time for rehearst responses.Posted September 2, 2013 2:39 am
If Canelo connects Money might be in trouble but thats easier said than done.Posted September 2, 2013 2:34 am
I see Good
To who ever READS my comment. If you like FLOYD or YOU DONT. Hand pick fights are HAND PICK FIGHTS. Floyds the best at it. Is FLOYD a good fighter YES!!!!!!!! But NOT the BEST because he AVOIDED the BEST in their PRIMES. PACMAN is one. Paul Williams, Mosley in his PRIME also. And MARGOCHEATO also. Hes a PHONEY. I PRAY CANELO KNOCKS HIS ASS OUT.Posted September 2, 2013 2:20 am
Kid Blast = Ted the Bull ???Posted September 2, 2013 2:18 am
Once a guy flipped the bird at me at traffic lights, and I was about to get out of my car and slap the pi$$ out of him, and then I found Bob Arum holding me back.
I was like WTF, how did you even get in my car you fat b@$tard?Posted September 2, 2013 1:50 am
You should always check your pockets 20 times a day to make sure Bob Arum doesn`t have his hand in there.Posted September 2, 2013 1:48 am
Floyd fought Genaro Hernandez at 21 years of age. How is Hernandez a club fighter?
I guess you are not paying attention either Genaro Hernandez was the answer to who Mayweather had fought at 22. My point was by that age he had already lifted the title from Hernandez.
Mayweather and De La Hoya realized that they could not make the fights they wanted while being with Arum. De La Hoya was donned Chicken De La Hoya because of Arum trying to keep him unbeaten.Posted September 2, 2013 1:30 am
@. GOLD. was Genaro Hernandez …….,,. The #1 p4p.??????Posted September 2, 2013 1:01 am
Bravo Gold finally some one who knows the truth!Posted September 2, 2013 12:20 am
Mayweathers jibes just lacks sauce. No imagination.
He thinks because Canelo is a latino and a ranga – two of the characteristics that usually imply a unrestrained rage, that Canelo will go ape.
He might as well insist the fight is in an outdoor arena so that Canelo gets sunburned between rounds.Posted September 2, 2013 12:14 am
Floyd fought Genaro Hernandez at 21 years of age. How is Hernandez a club fighter?Posted September 2, 2013 12:10 am
People have to realize that the supposed two best P4P fighters, Floyd and Manny, both traveled on similar waters but in different boats.
Pac picked and choosed carefully who he fought and WHEN he fought them. More so than Floyd did. Pac was just able to get bigger Name opponents on his resume but look at WHEN he fought them and what options he gave them Or took away from them when he fought them.
They both have done the same and they both are to blame for their fight not taking place.
But Pac is liked more and the liked opponent gets a pass more often than the hated.Posted September 2, 2013 12:05 am
He handpicked fights after moving up to 147. Below that he wanted the best.
Let me guess, he avoided Tszyu despite Tszyu even acknowledgin that Floyd wanted him. That, and they were both on two seperate networks and needed high ratings and more popularity for them to get together for a PPV fight.
Tszyu lost to Hatton, and Hatton took that place. Floyd wanted Hatton and Hatton declined TWICE to face Floyd so he moved up in weight. He didn’t avoid anyone.
At 147, he avoided Paul Williams.
Margarito, Cotto, and Pac, all Bob Arum fighters. With Bobby, he’ll want a big PPV cut and lower the salary of the fighters which is why Floyd bought out his contract and went on his own to make more money in one fight than his entire career with Bobby Arum.
Cotto left Arum, the fight was made with Floyd.Posted September 2, 2013 12:03 am
Genaro Hernandez.Posted September 1, 2013 11:28 pm
@KILLA i agree with ur comment. these ignorant individuals contradict themselves just the way their idol does lol. Im done for the night gotta wake up early for work mofos u guys have a goodnite. Im out.Posted September 1, 2013 11:26 pm
Well once again if you had paid attention all of these hand picked opponent for the past few year came about kind of like this, since you know your boxing. Judah/Baldimir Baldimir won Mayweather fougth Judah was accused of ducking Baldimir, so then he fought Baldimir.
The Carrot top us going to be in top of Mrs. Jackson once he destroys your punkass..like 50 did when he was in jail..Damm homie..Posted September 1, 2013 11:17 pm
Canelo is only 22 yrs old you NAIVE writer. WHO did Mayweather fight at 22yrs? Club fightees that is WHO! Canelo is fighting according to you writer the best boxer ever. See how flaw your argument becomes!Posted September 1, 2013 11:15 pm
Lol like if im gonna post my real name lol. Truth hurts doesnt it buddies!Posted September 1, 2013 11:15 pm
Who wants to be called “goose”, anyway? Go the fok away.Posted September 1, 2013 11:12 pm
If Canelo called Mayweather, Bukwheat, Gary Coleman or Webster it would have every blk person crying racism.Posted September 1, 2013 11:11 pm
goose, get a foking life, bro.Posted September 1, 2013 11:10 pm
And im not claiming to be any expert ut i have been watching boxing my entire life n if u have done the research urself how u ask me if u will agree that floyd is nothing more than a fighter who knows exactly how to pick his battles i dont see any greatness in that. Yes hes talented yes hes undefeated yes hes the one sitting on top but that doeant change anything. Hes discreetly admitted of how he has picks who he fights espn has been saying it foe the past 7yrs n if u pay close attention to floyds interviews he gives u hints of his handpicking ways.Posted September 1, 2013 10:29 pm
Canelo isn`t a carrot top he is strawberry blonde.
And a very handsome strawberry blond at that.Posted September 1, 2013 10:26 pm
Dude floyd has been handpicking fights since moving up in weight from 135. Its obvious canelo wasnt gonna b allowed to fight floyd a few years ago even if they both wanted too. But atleast canelo shows he is willing to fight unlike floyd coming up with a different excuse just to avoid you already know who. Lol…… Shhhhh! We do not speak his name!!!!!Posted September 1, 2013 10:12 pm
Dude you need to watch some of the commentary during these fighters fight and retract bogus statements like this because it is beyond not true.
Canelo had called Mayweather out Mayweather was asked if he would take the fight with Canelo Mayweather said yes. De La Hoya was asked about matching Canelo with Mayweather De La Hoya said that Canelo was not ready yet. Dude do a little more research, watch a little more boxing. I don’t watch enough anymore and I’ve seen at least this much.Posted September 1, 2013 9:36 pm
I can tell this writer is very bias towards mayweather but for a kid that is 23yrs old with 42 fights and many more to come I think it’s fine and also Austin trout was the bigger/taller fighter out of the 2 in canelo’s last fight so I just don’t see what this guy is talking about.
Canelo in 8 KO/TKO mayweathers days are numberedPosted September 1, 2013 9:35 pm
Ali didnt duck fights or wait for the perfect timing to take in any challenges. Truth is mr. Mayweather had no choice but to agree to fight canelo after the ppv numbers he did with guerrero. All that ducking finally caught up XDPosted September 1, 2013 9:22 pm
Maza Faka has the beatPosted September 1, 2013 9:21 pm
“The red-haired Mexican fighter has had essentially the same amount of fights as Mayweather, yet Canelo’s opposition has been much weaker”
Huh? No s-h-I-t! He is just old enough to not get carded. How many fight did Mayweather have at 21?
This logic is spurious!Posted September 1, 2013 9:19 pm
Hecdog, goose, get a life & a sense of humor.Posted September 1, 2013 8:39 pm
carrot top, hahahahahahahahahaPosted September 1, 2013 8:35 pm
Canelo has fought no one of Mayweather’s class, this fight will be a shut out.Posted September 1, 2013 8:35 pm
Ali called people names throughout his career.
You also have to Grown Men fighting which to “mature” people should be something you outgrow as an adult.
A bunch of grown Men fighting inside a ring while more grown men are watching them like school kids.Posted September 1, 2013 8:27 pm
Alvarez v Mayweather
Hatton got beaten at his own game. The Grappler got out grappled.Posted September 1, 2013 8:25 pm
This is worth an article?Posted September 1, 2013 8:07 pm
“Canelo is a killer inside” I would not be upset if Canelo beats Floyd, but I really will have to see it to believe it can happen. In four more years possibly – in six to eight more than a 50-50 chance. As for now, I just don’t see it. Please remind me when it’s over if I am wrong.Posted September 1, 2013 7:37 pm
Lol floyd calling canelo names hahahaha funny seeing a 36yr old act like a child.Posted September 1, 2013 7:11 pm
mayweather can’t hurt alvarez his hands are brittle like 100 yr old chinaPosted September 1, 2013 6:54 pm
Mayweather will always begin his head games sooner or later. Canelo is not the guy you want to begin degrading or disrespecting because he’ll use that as fuel, which only motivates him quietly. Canelo is a killer inside, and the more Floyd runs his mouth, the more Canelo will be motivated. He’s too smart to lose his composure and try and go out reckless. Mayweather has good skills, and he’s got better physchological weapons, but against Canelo they won’t work. Canelo doesn’t understand English very well to begin with, so he might not even understand. I’m sure his camp will give an even clearer translation. Floyd just might be in for a big surprise September 14th.Posted September 1, 2013 6:42 pm