Oscar need to go somewhere and sit down, How many fighters he picked against Mayweather and how many actually won? Zero he is talking out his ass probaly to hype the fight up. Knowing that the yoing boy is in over his head, Alverez fought cab drivers, and struugled he get tired easly and his defense is sub par. This will be a easy win for Floyd come one a perfect punch Oscar is smoking crack , Mosley cought Floyd flush 3 times hurt him and he was still able to recover and beat the hell out of him. The only thing that can beat Floyd is father time, but in 17yrs he has yet to not only get beat but get beat up, he hasnt had a war in the ring thats why he can fight for another 5yrs easily alverez will not be able to land he will get countered to death and UD or stopped either way its easy work and Oscars hating ass knows it, I cannot wait tosee what he has to sat after the 14thPosted September 8, 2013 2:38 am
None Shall Pass
OMG Floyd would’ve never bothered turning pro if someone told him beforehand that he’d have to fight De La Hoya’s opponents. De La Hoya’s balls are tens of thousands times the size of his. How many Ls do you think he’d have on his ledger if he fought De La Hoya’s opposition? hehehePosted September 6, 2013 4:12 pm
Oscar, has become a caricature during his retirement I respect his career because he fought a really grueling schedule and was competitive in all bouts absent Pacquiao who showed him the door… His Anti-Mayweather agenda is clearly in part promotion but also the grim realization that he was NEVER the fighter that Floyd was and not as mentally strong as FMJ who has not conceded his throne long after the age where Oscar not the Top Fighter in the sport….At this point Floyds most dangerous opponent is OLD AGE, a foe who defeats us all no matter what we do…. Canelo unfortunately is getting a version of Mayweather that will still have more than enough to send him back down the ladder in style…. AND Floyd has been FAR more active this year so Canelo might see a really dangerous level of sharpness from this ATG…Posted September 6, 2013 11:48 am
Tark, that’s the difference between me and a lot o you BUMS on ESB, I stand on my predictions good and BAD… I was sure Donaire would easily defeat Rigondeaux and when I was WRONG I have Rigo ALL props… I am saying aloud that Floyd Mayweather is gonna make this look easy and win… Are you LAMES Willing to step up and give
SRedmond is Correctamundo aka the original Boxtradamus. No wonder the stench on these threads is so bad!Posted September 5, 2013 8:10 pm
152 too much for Canelo. Golden boy you need to get him to middleweight and fight GGG! Mayweather gonna box canelos flat footed feet off!Posted September 5, 2013 7:22 pm
Sredmond.., As the fight gets closer you’re pulling in your horns more and more.
Before it was Canelo getting shredded, painted, smoked, etc.
A spanking isn’t exactly getting shredded and painted.
And you’re unwrapping the age excuse.. which you will use the day after.. It won’t be a KO.. It will be a close tough fight because Canelo is right up there, very close to Floyd’s level as a boxer.Posted September 5, 2013 6:55 pm
Canelo could spar with Jesus and he would still lose.. He lacks the speed, talent and ring IQ to defeat Floyd Mayweather he’s another very good young fighter with a punchers chance.. What’s new? We have seen and heard it all before.. Canelo had better hope Father Time shows up because if not he’s getting SPANKED…Posted September 5, 2013 6:48 pm
What Cotto could do to Floyd that Oscar couldn’t do — is land his jab… Cotto’s jab is a lot sharper and smoother than Oscar’s ever was, and now Oscar is convinced that Canelo will jab Floyd to pieces.. Oscar has constantly counseled Canelo to emphasize the jab.. He’s been telling reporters the jab is the key and constantly giving the game plan away.
Canelo’s jab lands a lot harder than Cotto’s but it’s not as masterful. He hasn’t been throwing it for 20 years like Cotto. You can’t expect Canelo to dominate Floyd with his jab. That is nonsense.
It’s like Oscar is fighting this fight.. It’s not your fight Oscar.. Canelo is not your son.. If you want to do something for Canelo, get him some better sparring partners … The sparring partners he’s been working with stink to high Heaven.Posted September 5, 2013 6:25 pm
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What do you expect him to say?. Canelo is his fighter.Posted September 5, 2013 5:54 pm
HiPosted September 5, 2013 11:39 am
Big Time Broner Fan
Sorry for mistakes typing on on my iphonePosted September 5, 2013 9:39 am
Big TIme Broner Fan
Money May is my boi, been down with him since he got robbed in the Olympics. Castillo did beat him tho, I’m a fan but I got to remain true to myself and keep it real. My father raised me that what, he said no latter what a man loses he must always retain his integrity, even in the face of great adversity. That always stuck with me and it’s something I have passed on to my son Dre.Posted September 5, 2013 9:37 am
Castillo did NOTHING except book a close loss to Floyd Mayweather he was given a rematch and blow out easily… His “Blueprint” is like a treasure Map that after 10 years of digging in the same spot no treasure has been found.. Time to give it up the Castillo bout has been watched thousands of times and Mayweather opponents KEEP losing by WIDE margins, producing no KD’s and looking like they are best suited for another sport… Cotto lost wide but he fought at the upper level of the sport due to his pedigree, experience and strength at 154.. Beyond that Castillo should go the way of “Y2K” and “The Rapture” it never happened…Posted September 5, 2013 7:37 am
Hildag0 – Pick a winner 0R STFU!Posted September 5, 2013 6:20 am
Algebra 101-Floyd IS the GREATEST. Compubox agrees with ME on that. And SO does 10 CHAMPS in his last 12 Fights. WOW!!!! Canelo has only beaten ONE CHAMP in his last 43 Fights. WOW.Posted September 5, 2013 2:34 am
The recent Mayweather that has been taking more chances and willing to trade has been the most exciting Mayweather ever! But on the flip side he is vulnerable to counters but his last few opponents have not throw enough combinations while Mayweather is pivoting with slight head movement. The way I see him get caught is when he’s willing to trade and is eluding the counter but for this to happen the fighter needs to take high risk and continue combinations even after the initial traded punches. I only hope this can happen! Team CaneloPosted September 4, 2013 11:13 pm
Heeeeeeeeeeeeeber, Castillo beat dumpweather well stated, but its not about stamima its about armlocks, not just quick holds, straight up police suspect armlocks. That tactic is free run with this guy and nobody does anything about it. Those armlocks save his life because he cant handle rope pressure. Maybe he will just sucker punch Canelo always a good way outPosted September 4, 2013 11:04 pm
“It’s all in the eyes Chico they never lie”
Castillo laid out the perfect Blueprint! Canelo has the Combinations to get it done but no the Stamina…The kid gasses late! This and the overall Experience will be the contributing factors to a Mayweather UDPosted September 4, 2013 10:55 pm
Boxtra not sure what your blabbing about, but if your sayin Floyd is the greatest then yow been hitting the 151 bottle. Floyd is the great peanut collector shells included.Posted September 4, 2013 10:22 pm
De la hoya should let all the predeictions rest. I think he still gets him self in the head after handing runningweather their bout. Hoya had him and just stop what was working so well for 8 rounds. Hoya always had a problem making the right adjustments in the ring.Posted September 4, 2013 9:59 pm
So hornyPosted September 4, 2013 8:14 pm
Hey there boxtradamus lolPosted September 4, 2013 8:05 pm
Other great predictions from Oscar: Noone will see this photo of me dressed like a tranny-ho.Posted September 4, 2013 6:55 pm
Oh. Wait. There’s a rematch clause. Several, apparently. Even though Floyd never agrees to rematches unless he loses. But I hope there’s a rematch clause no matter what the outcome of this fight is.
Canelo, remember, Floyd hurt his hand in his last fight. Floyd hasn’t hurt his hand in years. Make him punch a lot.Posted September 4, 2013 6:54 pm
Mosley fought a better fight against Canelo than he did against Mayweather and Canelo still beat him. If Canelo fights as intelligently against Mayweather, and if Canelo steps into the ring tuned for speed and twelve full rounds of boxing, Floyd is going to be in for a hard night’s work and a decision could go Canelo’s way.
But I still stand on my original prediction that Mayweather will win by decision. After all, Jr.’s got a six fight contract with ShowTime. They aren’t going to let him blow their future revenues and show popularity by losing to a young kid who’s better than him. No, not even if he’s better than them.
Now go ahead and tell me that ShowTime doesn’t have enough clout to sway some judging.Posted September 4, 2013 6:52 pm
Pick who you want. I like to pick the WINNING Fighter. That’s why I’m taking Mayweather by decision.Posted September 4, 2013 4:56 pm
This Fight will come down to Floyd’s endurance. Your endurance goes DOWN the older you get. That’s why Hopkins Fights even more economical that before…..IF Floyd can still Fight on the move for 12 rounds he WINS. IF he has to take rests on the ropes and in the corners then he’s DOOMED. Canelo’s combination punching is a weapon that can’t be nullified by standing in front of him. IF you stand there for TOO long you’re going to get HIT. I don’t care WHO you are. But that shouldn’t be a problem HERE. Floyd knows that when you face the Bigger man you stick and MOVE your way to Victory. Not stand and trade.Posted September 4, 2013 4:17 pm
Man Floyd is TORTURING De la Hoya. DID you SEE his face when Floyd told him “I not only beat YOU!! I’ve almost beat everybody in your STABLE!!” Man Oscar was HOT. HE wants Canelo to WIN SO BAD he doesn’t know what to DO.Posted September 4, 2013 4:10 pm
Mayweather by UD – Not sure what all the suspense is about!Posted September 4, 2013 3:50 pm
I like Canelo’s game plan, he’s going to stay calm and he won’t head hunt, the plan is to damage Mayweather’s body and arms and look for the late stoppage. he will utilise the jab and uppercut, it’s a good game plan, and with his size and youth it’s probably the best chance other than Pacquaio’s style of speed, angles and power.
shaun the massive
hes just a promoter trying to sell the fight and makeing in look like its not one sided. even though it isPosted September 4, 2013 3:07 pm
So what does Oscar have to gain in making this prediction?Posted September 4, 2013 2:39 pm
Brazilian Boxing Fan
I believe Mayweather will win.Posted September 4, 2013 2:10 pm
He sure sounds sure when he’s not the guy who has to go in the ring and get it done.Posted September 4, 2013 1:47 pm
Oscar looks/sounds like he’s had a few lines of Peruvian Marching powder.Posted September 4, 2013 1:20 pm
De La Hoya has made many stupid predictions over his career as a promoter, but this on is by far the silliest. Really Oscar? A “perfect punch” landed on the greatest defensive fighter of this, or any era? Get off the gas dumb dumb. Go back to putting on women’s lingerie and doing lines of blow off a hookers ass.Posted September 4, 2013 1:03 pm
It’s Me, Ernie
Go away Oscar, it’s getting old. You’ve made your fortune, leave the young lions alone and stay out of their pockets. Let Iron Mike handle them, he won’t own a fighter, and his objective is make sure the combatants who devote their lives to the sport get paid…Posted September 4, 2013 1:01 pm