Left Testicle. Where is your right testicle? Has it been crushed by the weight of jealousy you show towards Floyd? jealousy eats away at the soul and meanders it’s way into your heart and lungs. don’t let me bem reading that Left Testicle has died an untimely death crushed by the weight of jealously of a man who he will never meet and never be in the same tax bracket as and will never achieve even a millionth of what he has achieved. LT, go away and play with your remaining ball. No one on here wants to read your garbage.Posted October 12, 2013 6:40 pm
how old are you lion king? I am not trying to call you out or anything, but you sound like an adolescent child with all this real talk nonsense? why not state your comment and then leave it like that? All this real talk nonsense makes you sound not only immature, but insecure, like a child seeking approval from his peers, because he is so unsure of himself and in need of someone laying a hand on his shoulder for re-assurance.
Too bad Pacquiao lost to JMM all four times he fought him… JMM was younger and couldn’t win a round off Floyd… But at 40-years-old JMM CRUSHED Pacquiao… People were afraid Manny was dead.
Pacquiao cherry-picked a walk-in swinger in Rios.. Rios isn’t a world champion.. Rios lost his last fight.. But Rios could well beat Pacman.. Floyd is praying Pac can get slide this punching bag so Floyd can school Pacquiao in Macau China.. Floyd still wants to whip Pac.
It’s about time Pacquiao manned up and fought Floyd. He turned down 40 million cash on the barrel head to fight Floyd.Posted October 10, 2013 3:26 pm
I seem to have really hit a nerve. lmfao.
No one was talking tough here, son.
A gangster? lmfao.
I’m shaking like Fraud was when Margarito confronted him.
Like when Fraud hears Pac’s name. lmfao.
I was just setting you straight for talking out of your ass and pretending like you were the victor of a battle we weren’t even fighting.
For some reason that seems to have set you off like an alley cat.
You think Bradley beat The Pac.
You forgot the Marquez who fought the Pac was much different that the one who fought Fraud.
How many divisions did Marquez have to jump up for that fight?
Did Fraud make the weight?
The Pac destroyed Hatton in 2, at Hatton’s best weight.
Hatton should be 0-3 at 147, the weight Fraud dragged him up to.
The Pac didn’t need to tag team with the referee to beat Hatton.
It was easy work.
Out cold in 2.
The Pac destroyed Cotto.
Fraud wanted nothing to do with that Cottio.
He waited till he was a cooked goose.
And he struggled with him.
The Pac fought Margarito.
Fraud ran from Margarito like a byatch.
Pac is a cooked goose now.
He’s been on the decline for quite a while now.
Since before Marquez ”slept him”
But even then Fraud still won’t fight him. lmfao.
He’s still running from him like a byatch.
Fraud is very overrated.
And he’s a coward.
Everyone knows that.
And what’s more he’s a PED cheat as well.
A PED cheat x 3.
Barrera x 2, Morales x 3, Marquez x 4
Checkmate.Posted October 10, 2013 12:16 pm
1st off b@tch dont try and talk tough over a keyboard punk! Im a boxing fan. And i stand by what i say! Pac is overrated! Floyd beat better versions of odh and cotto. Killed marquez. Jmm slept pac. Bradley beat pac. Bam bam might beat pac. And as far as playing games? Im grown! No being the gentleman and gangster i am! Ill let u have the last word. Make it good! I doubt if u can thoughPosted October 10, 2013 11:55 am
You don’t even know what game we’re playing here, let alone understand the rules.
Your lack of reading comprehension, and even just basic comprehension, has caused you to go off on a tangent and you’ve then declared yourself the victor of a debate we weren’t even debating. lmfao.
The subject we were debating was Fraud’s flagrant ducking and avoidance of taking on great fighters who were in their prime.
The Pac stepped into the ring against great fighters who were in their primes many times.
I was even courteous enough to list them for you but it still completely flew over your head.
We weren’t discussing catch-weights or any of that jive.
But if you want to play that game, then is Canelo still unfeated?
Is Fraud’s victory over Marquez void?
And surely him fighting at catch-weight is a lot worse than the Pac doing it given how he swore he’d never do it and spent so much time criticizing the Pac for doing it?
Oh yeah, I’m not a Pactard.
I thought he lost at least two of his fights against Marquez.
But at least he had the guts to get in their with great fighters when they were still in their prime.
Fraud never did.
His ducking of them and legitimate prime threats was beyond embarrassing.
Did you watch those videos?
You’d fools would say Fraud wasn’t scared if you saw him running away from a lion with tears running down his cheers and kaka running down his legs.
Your man love for him prevents you from being able to see the wood for the trees.
But everyone else can see it.Posted October 10, 2013 11:29 am
Yep another pactard in the house who wont admit their hero is counterfeit! Defeated all his real challenges by weight draining and not allowing rehydration clause ( see margarito). Weight drained odh, and cotto! Honestly i thought he lost all 4 fights to jmm. The bradley fight draw maybe. But if he is as great as yall saw he shoulda killed bradley! Bradley is small, short, no power, average defense, average boxing skills and still beat pac! W 2 badley injured feet! Checkmate once again!Posted October 10, 2013 10:12 am
How did you come that conclusion when they fought practical the same dudes. Other than marquez and mosley floyd has been older than most of his opponents. So if his opponents are past their prime that means floyd was past his prime also when he dominated them! Checkmate!Posted October 10, 2013 10:07 am
A casual fan who is seemingly more knowledgeable than you? OK, whatever.
Keep dropping science? That’s mostly all I’ve been doing here.
And look what happened when I did? You came back with a whole lot of nothing. The Pac would’ve lost if he fought this fighter at this weight.
Let me run this by you again.
The Pac fought great fighters when they were in their prime.
Morales x 3, Barrera x 2, Marquez x 4>>>>> Fraud’s career
He stepped in their great fighters when they were in their prime many times.
Fraud never did it once.
But we know god damn well ran from them and prime legitimate threats.
youtube.com/watch?v=P2ab9iDdrFIPosted October 10, 2013 9:24 am
@ happyboy – just keep dropping science of em homie!Posted October 10, 2013 6:48 am
Murderman – that’s the problem with talking with casual fans, they don’t know nothing and don’t follow the sport. They can’t differentiate betwwen fact and opinion.Posted October 10, 2013 3:15 am
You don’t judge fighters by who they beat… You judge them by how skilled they are, how hard they punch, how hard they are to hit, and who they COULD beat if they could get the matchups. Right now Golovkin is the best middleweight. There’s no question about it.
I said in 1998 that Mayweather was the world’s best boxer after he beat Tony Pep. He hadn’t beaten anyone important. I could see Floyd would beat Genaro Hernandez or anybody else out there. He was just too fast and too skilled. It was pretty obvious to me. Also obvious is Kovalev is the best LHW.Posted October 10, 2013 12:52 am
That’s wishful thinking by Sanchez. The only elite fighter that would fight GGG right now is Andre Ward. Golovkin is a big enough talent, just not a big enough name. Kinda sucks because I’d like see him vs. Martinez ASAP. I’d like to see him thrash Chavez Jr. in the near future as well.Posted October 9, 2013 7:53 pm
You can tell Public E…don’t know boxing..every boxer walks around at a heavier weight than what they weigh in on Friday before the fight…even Cotto the midget walks around near 172…Posted October 9, 2013 7:19 pm
If pac woulda fought odh and cotto at 154 he woulda been k.o. nwither guy woulda been weight drained any woulda killed pac! Floyd got the best odh and cotto and beat both in competitive fights! Also if pac fought canelo at 152 he would get k.o. pac is good. But he is a lil over rated!Posted October 9, 2013 3:23 pm
Even Hatton and Frank War-ren wanted Tszyu by then.
Is Tszyu Through and What’s Left To Do?
Anyone who participates in sport from the elite professional athlete to the weekend hacker have usually managed to pick themselves up an injury ranging from a mild muscle strain to broken bones or even a serious reconstruction operation. So when a professional boxer suffers not one, but two back to back career ending injuries late in his career fans and media start to wonder if he is finished? They start to wonder if he still “has it”? This seems to be the situation that undisputed Junior Welterweight Champion Kostya Tszyu has currently found himself in. Is he finished? Has he had enough? Or is there unfinished business out there that only Kostya knows about?
Let’s have a quick look at the damage he has done to himself and his career. About six months ago Kostya was playing indoor soccer at Sydney Community Centre when he ruptured his Achilles tendon. For those of us who haven’t gone to the school to study the anatomy it is the big tendon that starts at the back of your foot and attaches all the important stuff to your calf muscle. This injury in itself is career threatening. It impedes your ability to walk, run, skip, shadow box, spar and eventually fight let alone just day to day normal life.
I found it really ironic recently when James Toney suffered the same injury that Kostya had just recovered from and they were both due to fight on the same telecast, Kostya from Russia, Toney from the U.S.
This ruptured shoulder tendons is of course the second injury Kostya has endured recently. While sparring in his Rockdale gym for his up coming and now cancelled rematch with Sharmba Mitchell Kostya ruptured the tendons of his left shoulder. He was taken into Sydney’s Royal north shore hospital and the procedure he required was performed by Prof.David Sonnabend who later stated “The operation was a complete success, it was a routine tear and don’t anticipate any future problems. The shoulder will heal 100% with full strength and movement.”
That’s all good for everyday life, but what about still having the ability to pump that sucker out there for twelve rounds. Now I don’t need to tell anyone how important the hand and arm that sets the table for you to sit down and eat are. The two immediate phrases that come to mind are “Absolutely Vital” or “Fundamentally Essential.” Your hand that you jab with has to be perfect as it sets all the other punches up and keeps your opponent off balance, not to mention getting rolled over into the hook. Along with combination punching, Kostya had his jab as one of his strengths as well as his hook.
Maybe now they will become a liability. Without the old power he had in there to haul his left hand all the way back to his face or on top of his ear he might become even more susceptible to the overhand right and a smart fighter who can bang a bit might expose this a la Vince Phillips circa May 31st, 1997. Also after his most recent performance against ‘Jesse’ James Leija where his jab was slower than usual, his combinations weren’t finding the range and the power shots weren’t banging home with the alarming accuracy of his last few fights either. As a fighter gets older and the more times he enters the ring the combination can do one of two things. He will either kick on and become a menace to all the young Turks looking for a shot at his crown (a la The Executioner) or he slows down drastically and is pecked apart by the next generation until the only place he can rest is in retirement.Posted October 9, 2013 2:20 pm
You mean when Fraud called out Oscar after Oscar was coming off a knockout loss to Hopkins a few months earlier?
When he called out a 36 year old Kostya when he was a part time fighter and had only been able to fight once a year due to his body falling apart on him?
After it was common knowledge Kostya had suffered a brace of very serious career threatening injuries and had only seen nine rounds of action in almost three years?
Granted Mosley didn’t seem keen at that particular juncture when quizzed about it.
The Pac doesn’t get a free pass for some of his antics but at least he fought great fighters when they were in their prime.
Barrera x 2, Morales x 3, Marquez x 4>>>> on Fraud’s entire career.
And there’s calling someone out, and there’s calling someone out. If you catch my flow?Posted October 9, 2013 2:13 pm
Yall forget floyd early in his career called out mosley and odh. Odh was still good and 154 and a champ when floyd fought him. He was weight drained and shot when pac fought him! Mosley in his prime turned down a floyd fight! Mosley only called floyd out 2 years ago cause he was broke and needed a payday! Floyd cherry picked? Check the resumes of pac and floyd. They fought the same dudes. If floyd is a cherry picker than so is pac! So why does pac get a pass?Posted October 9, 2013 9:11 am
The Pac fought Barrera x 2, Morales x 3, Marquez x 4
Duran fought Leonard x 3, Hagler, Hearns, Benitez
Hearns fought Leonard x 2, Hagler, Duran, Benitez
Take a gander at the resumes of the true greats and compare them to Fraud’s.
There is no comparison.
They fought and beat greats in the prime, Fraud has never done that.
Any Tom, Rick or Harry can become champ these days.
There’s more sanctioning bodies than there are active fighters.
There’s twice as many weight divisions.
Back in the days of old you had to fight the best if you wanted to call yourself the champ.
So what if he beat 4four HOF.
He’s the master of the cherry-pick.
It’s all about timing. Knowing when to strike and when to make your move up to new division.
They were way past their best.
Their threat had been greatly dulled by the time he fought them.
Fraud is great but not one true greats and he only has himself to blame for that.
Castillo beat him.
Shot Oscar came very close.
But he’s going to beat the true greats?
He deserves to be ranked above them?
He found his level and he never dared to venture above it.Posted October 9, 2013 8:42 am
Stop being so naive Happyboy.
You guys have an excuse for every legitimate threat he ducked.
You believe anything that comes out of Fraud’s mouth.
Everyone wants a piece of the Mayweather pie remember?
But Fraud conveniently managed to miss them all.
Funny how most of them didn’t miss each other.
Funny how most of the greats fought fellow prime greats.
Funny how he lost his urge when 147 was brim full of talent and great match ups for him.
Funny how no one else refused to fight the Pac unless he took the test.
Fraud is the ONLY one who did that.
Funny how he called the Pac a cheater but he’s the only one who tested positive.
He’s the ONLY one who was worried about his health.
Everyone else jumped at the chance to fight the Pac.
Marquez did it four times but Fraud won’t do it once.Posted October 9, 2013 8:40 am
Typo – championsPosted October 9, 2013 7:38 am
Lefty – BTW, only in boxing do you have multiple chaions in one division and if ” they ” so choose don’t have to fight for a decider. Only in boxing is the scoring/judging an opinion ruther rule.Posted October 9, 2013 7:37 am
Lefty – if being a 5 division champion, defeated 4 HOFmers, 10 X Champion, beating 10/12 world champions in his last fights and being unbeaten in over 20 title fights and over 45 fights is not a darn thing then you in the wrong site mate.Posted October 9, 2013 7:33 am
Lefty – even more simplier, what if Top Rank and GBP let their fighters fight each other or how about HBO and SHOWTIME matching their boxers. Boxing is different from other sports that are run professionally like soccer/Football. Today if SRL, Thomas Hearns, Marvin Hagler and Roberto Duran were on different networks and with different promoters those fights would not get made.Posted October 9, 2013 7:07 am
All those sporting greats proved their worth at the highest level and against the best, Fraud has never had any intentions of doing that.
Can you imagine in Borg refused to ever share a court with McEnroe. ”I ain’t ever going to play him unless he takes a test”
If Federer did the same with Nadal?
If Messi refused to play against Brazil or Real Madrid?
If Phelps refused to race Lochte?
Fraud says he’s the best ever but he hasn’t done a god darn thing to prove it.Posted October 9, 2013 5:53 am
How can I forget ” SACHIN TENDULKAR”Posted October 9, 2013 3:42 am
It took Mayweathers years to get to the top and he had to endure a lot of bs. To us who enjoy the sweet science, Prettyboy Mayweather was the truth from the start ( don’t get it twisted I LOVE ME A GOOD BALLS TO WALLS SCRAP, LIKE ANY FAN) but it has been a privilage to watch a sportsman like Mayweather do what he does in boxing.I’ve seen MARADONA! PELE! Luis Ronaldo, CR7, Messi, MJ,Valentino Rossi, Michael Schumacher, Tiger Woods, Sebastian Loeb, JONAH LOMU, Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps, Martina Navratilova, Serena Wlilliams, ROGER Federer, NADAL, Bjorn Borg etc Mayweather is up there with the greats in SPORT!If GGG wants some of that prestige he got earn it.Posted October 9, 2013 3:32 am
Thanks eastsideboxing been fake you know why!Posted October 9, 2013 12:07 am
I meant to say he not hi.
@158 that’s will be ggg if you notice he don’t gain weights like conelo.Posted October 8, 2013 11:48 pm
So Floyd will fight my man conelo which weight 165 and he will not
I guess ggg is not worthy because hi is a treat.
Floyd admits he isn’t a 154 pounder by his ACTIONS. He does not weigh in at 154 for JrMW Fights. HE does not campaign at 154. He only jumps UP for Very BIG Payday Fights and SPANKS the JrMW CHAMP at that time…and then he reverts back to the Division where he campaigns which is 147. When you can DO that, that’s called GOATNESS.Posted October 8, 2013 10:55 pm
Golovkin spent 2 years with Sturm ducking him for that title.
He has it now and still noone wants to unify with him.
He has a TV deal, he KO’s everyone, what else is he supposed to do but call everyone out?Posted October 8, 2013 10:30 pm
The MW division holds more prestige than JMW or SMW given it`s longer history, and frankly it`s greater champions.
It`s understandable that when you have a guy coming into pro boxing who can go anywhere from 154lbs to 160lbs that he is going to choose MW.
Clearly that boxer would also want to work his way up one division to a title shot, whilst also being clear he is happy to take opportunities in either division.
When the biggest payday in the sport dips his toe into 154lbs it is then entirely acceptable for this fighter to turn some attention towards him.
This is all entirely avoidable if Floyd Mayweather just admits he ISN`T really a 154lb champion and shouldn`t be rated as such in that division.Posted October 8, 2013 10:28 pm
@SREDMOND – “The only reason to discuss a guys amateur record in this manner is when his pro resume is WEAK…”
oooooooHHHHH, GGG vs Cotto = World War III…..bombs awayPosted October 8, 2013 8:24 pm
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
Team GGG has already called out Ward. Ward has responded with SILENCE and refused to accept the challenge. Fact! The evidence is all over YouTube.Posted October 8, 2013 8:07 pm
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
SREDMOND/Supreme Clown: 3G is fighting Stevens because Stevens called him out and wanted the fight. As I’ve said, 3G is trying to stay as busy as possible and fight about every four months.
He simply can’t sit around and do nothing for a year-and a-half while waiting for FMJ, Martinez, Quillin, Cotto, Barker, Murray, and the other prima donna duckers to finally man-up and grow a pair of balls.Posted October 8, 2013 7:40 pm
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
murderman: Stevens won’t beat 3G in a million years — just ain’t gonna happen. So I don’t see the point in entertaining hypothetical questions with creative jibberish. The only reason why 3G is fighting Stevens is because he wants to stay very busy and fight on HBO every four months or so.
And meanwhile, Maravilla, Quillin, FMJ, Cotto, Barker, Murray, Geale, etc., will DUCK for as long as possible. I respect Stevens for having the heart and ballz to step up to the plate, but he’s going to take a brutal beating. Just wait and see.Posted October 8, 2013 7:29 pm
Lion Queen, you are RIGHTFULLY TRASHING GGG’s next opponent!!! Based on your assessment of Stevenson why in the HELL would beating him warrant a Mayweather shot???? Danny Garcia is the RING CHAMP at 140 and he beat one of the HARDEST punchers in boxing while showcased on the Mayweather Undercard he’s WAYYYY AHEAD of GGG for consideration especially given your lowly opinion of his opponent….Posted October 8, 2013 7:12 pm
GGG beating Dirrell in the amateurs means NOTHING, Cotto totally dominated and KNOCKED out a guy who beat him as an amateur… The pros are a different look no head gear, no amateur scoring, 12 rounds… The only reason to discuss a guys amateur record in this manner is when his pro resume is WEAK…Posted October 8, 2013 7:04 pm
@ squared circle – u didnt answer my question. If stevens k.o. triple g would u still be talking triple is the best ever? Will u say floyd is now ducking stevens? When is that fight anyway?Posted October 8, 2013 6:38 pm
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
murderman: Stevens doesn’t have a snowballs chance in H3LL vs. 3G, I can assure you. Stevens lost to Jesse Brinkley, Andre Dirrell and got knocked out by a nobody named by Marcos Primera. BTW… 3G has already beat Dirrell.
Sure Stevens has good power, but it’s not nearly as good as you think it is (64% KO ratio). Let me remind you has 3G has a 89% KO ratio and has scored 14 consecutive knockouts. 3G has NEVER once been knocked down or knocked out in over 375 fights, both as a pro and amateur. That’s what’s called a granite chin.
Stevens is very inexperienced compared to 3G and his lack of refined boxing skills will be very obvious in his fight. Try not to buy into the “badass from Brooklyn” hype. Every single guy I’ve met from Brooklyn thinks he’s a badass and the vast majority of them are loud talk, and no walk.Posted October 8, 2013 5:51 pm
Cotto ducking GGGPosted October 8, 2013 5:21 pm
I don’t see floyd fighting ggg anytime soon but canelo vs ggg sounds good and cotto will get kod under 6 by gggg so only martinez is left for ggg which martinez will not fight ggg as he is scaredPosted October 8, 2013 5:16 pm
ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!! Golovkin the latest antidote WTF would we buy this plodder with a padded resume anymore than past answers for Mayweathers skills? There is NOTHING about GGG that gives him even the slimmest technical advantage… He’s no different than ANY other MW as it pertains to Mayweather, his strength and power are all that he has… What he’s gonna outbox Mayweather in the middle of the ring? He’s not even a special boxer at 160 against average comp just powerful… Roy Jones at MW or Hopkins would have made him look like a FOOL…Marvin Hagler stops him cold, those were special fighters… Golovkin is just another guy on the “Wish List” that people hope can become more than he is today… Chasing a former 130 pound fighter who hit the scale at 146 2 fights ago is WEAK… It matters not GGG is gonna be FORCED to fight MW’s and prove he’s real…Posted October 8, 2013 4:58 pm
Floyd don’t want none of that. And neither do his fans.
They more scared of him fighting Golovkin than he is of the Pacman.
Watch it Flomos.
Imagine what those punches would do to Fraud.
Remember Chop Chop Corely?
Watch it I double dare you.
Don’t be scurred.
Don’t be a coward like Fraud.
It’s only boxing. LMFAO!!
youtube.com/watch?v=xoZ9eBUjqggPosted October 8, 2013 4:28 pm
Leonard – Same sht would happen to mexicos red headed princess Canelo…Posted October 8, 2013 4:12 pm
Floyd vs GGG for sure will sell over 3 million buys with no problems, all of Russia, Mexico and the USA will buy this mega-fight.Posted October 8, 2013 3:42 pm
No point in GGG fighting Cotto. Total massacre.Posted October 8, 2013 3:41 pm
of all time floyddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddPosted October 8, 2013 3:40 pm
As a matter of fact Floyd shouldn’t have any problems with Trout, Lara, Molina and GGG for Floyds 154 WBC belt……after handling 172 pounds Canelo with EASE.Posted October 8, 2013 3:38 pm
But GGG said he will gladly come down to 154 for Floyds 154 WBC belt and GGG is not a big frame middleweight…..154 pounders Trout and Canelo have bigger frames and Floyd handle 172 pounds Canelo with EASE. So Floyd shouldn’t have no problem with a smaller frame GGG at 154 pounds.Posted October 8, 2013 3:35 pm
So you saying that Floyd was a cream puff????Posted October 8, 2013 3:35 pm
Canelo needs to fight GGG enough of the Cream puffs for Cinnabum…Posted October 8, 2013 3:31 pm
floyd is the greatest of all timeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePosted October 8, 2013 3:06 pm
Floyd’s not going anywhere near anyone he thinks poses him any danger. He’s a coward. A gutless yellow coward. History has proven this beyond doubt.Posted October 8, 2013 3:03 pm
A question sparked a 10-minute speech from Mayweather, regarding the tireless topic of why he and fellow pound-for-pound great Manny Pacquiao have not come to terms on a potential multimillion dollar fight.
In a response that eventually drew applause from his entourage, Mayweather once again said it is “basic common sense” that Pacquiao has used performance-enhancing drugs and getting in the ring with him would be a risk to his future health.
“Health is more important than anything,” Mayweather said. “Because guess what? When my career is over, if I’m hurt because of something that has happened in a fight, I can’t come to you and say, ‘I need (money).’ ”
Mayweather’s hardest point came when he admitted that he believes the boxing world doesn’t even care if Pacquiao is using or not — that the desire to see the two fight now surpasses any concern over his safety.
“People say, ‘We don’t give a f— if he’s taking or not; we just want to see the fight. We don’t give a f— about your health and we don’t give a f— about your family.’ ” Mayweather said.
“I care about my family. I love my family. They’re going to be there when no one else is there. When my career is over, you’re all going to move on to the next one.”Posted October 8, 2013 3:01 pm
this bum ggg who has ne beat face floyd come on get real . floyd would make this bum look like the bum he really isPosted October 8, 2013 2:43 pm
Apologies I meant FloydPosted October 8, 2013 2:38 pm
They keep trying to steer Golovkin away from Golovkin. As far away as possible. I wonder why?? hmmmPosted October 8, 2013 2:37 pm
Cotto weighed 175 when he went into camp for his most recent fight. Yet another one of Floyd’s opponents who walks around at a heavier weight than Golovkin. lol. So Cotto and Canelo were weight drained when they fought Floyd according to Flomo logic.Posted October 8, 2013 2:35 pm
GGG has already said he’s willing to go down to 154 for a Mayweather bout. With Cotto’s mini comeback I’m sure he’d do the same for him. If he and his trainer say he’s able to then there’s no reason to think he can’t. GGG has never had weight issues at 160 and he’s pretty short.Posted October 8, 2013 1:57 pm
never a good look when the big guys call out the little guys. just let it be known you’re willing and keep it moving.Posted October 8, 2013 1:55 pm
@ supreme court – that comment wasnt meant for u it was meant for the other sc. Lion king. My bad homie i shoulda been more specific. Great points though!Posted October 8, 2013 1:13 pm
Cotto don’t want none..he want another bumfighter like delvin…Posted October 8, 2013 12:31 pm
no one would be brave enough to fight Golovkin at that weight.
Golovkin is so good that he had only two weeks to get ready for Proksa’s fight, fighting a south paw!
After He destroys Stevens every Fighter will be ducking GGG.Posted October 8, 2013 12:15 pm
Unfortunately GGG has never made 154 in his whole pro career so we don’t even know if he can make that weight. He will dominate 160 but if he tries to make 154 he may be weak and everybody will have that built in excuse. He needs to do his thing there and get a couple more wins to build up a fan base. The same people that say GGG can make 154 are the same people that say Martinez can make 154 but yet he said they can meet Cotto at a catch weight of 158. He is saying that because he can’t get much lower. Some people say say one thing then change their tune when it does not come out the way they thought and claimed. Squared Circle is one of those people to easily prove his theories wrong only for him to change the subject or the conversation into something else just to keep arguing.Posted October 8, 2013 11:55 am
@ sc – just curious? What would u say is stevens k.o. triple g? Wwould u say may is now ducking stevens? Not saying stevens will beat triple g. But he is a huge puncher like triple g and he has a punchers chance! Just sayingPosted October 8, 2013 11:44 am
Adrian, Cotto is a bigger fighter than Floyd Mayweather who was 146 at weigh in for Guerrero and still NEVER made the 154 pound limit in 3 tries Oscar, Cotto , Canelo…. Floyd fought the BIGGEST bouts possible at 154 and made a BUNDLE… Miguel’s lost 2x and needs a bankable bout perhaps Martinez is that fight, we know Canelos an issue due to the Top Rank/GBP problem…. Roach and Cotto seem open to fighting at 160, whine has Mayweather EVER seriously been considered a 160 pound fighter??? NEVER…. Mayweathers on TOP of the World with 4 lineal Championships and titles in 5 weight divisions, Cotto is considering chasing history and becoming the first Puerto Rican to get Titles in 4 weight classes which would STILL leave him ONE behind the GREAT Floyd Mayweather!!!! BOOM your argument has been crushed as to why Cotto taking a stab at 160 makes sense vs Mayweather…. Did you hear the swish???? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!Posted October 8, 2013 11:29 am
They say, styles make fights… I say, the RIGHT styles make GOOD fights… And like Canelo… 3G is simply too slow-footed to catch up to Floyd… So of course Floyd will choose him… Just watch and see.Posted October 8, 2013 11:27 am
Adrian, are you really trying to sell Keith Thurman? The boys WAYYYY down the trough! Did you discuss Soto Karass as a yardstick? HAHAHAHA!!! Mayweathers not a contender he’s finishing up a BRILLIANT career and ONLY lucrative bouts will be entertained…. Outside hardcore NO ONE knows who the heavy handed Thurman is and he stands NO chance anyway… His footwork is terrible about 8 miles below Floyd’s…. You fool do you still think a puncher is the answer to Floyd’s dominance? When will you nuts learn…Posted October 8, 2013 11:20 am
Lion Queen, is a TERRIBLE POSTER who’s contentions are to the bizarre the man advocates MW’s chasing guys who are creeping 40 and best at 147 pounds? Why not let GGG face Martinez and rightfully take that belt off his waist? INSTEAD this PIG and Social Deviant believes that by looking for the SMALLEST fighters he can find Golovkin who has NEVER competed at 154 can show he’s great? 2 of Floyd Mayweathers last 3 fights have been against guys that were BIGGER and fought at a limit he NEVER makes… Mayweather weighed 146 on the scales for Guerrero, yet the Lion Queen believes that ALL MW’s should prove their worth by chasing smaller foes… When is GGG gonna pick off someone at 168??? You claim he’s a big draw why not dangle a fat check on front of a credible 168 pound opponent… Froch, Direll, even Kessler and show us more than Ishida, Ouma, Rosado and Stevenson??? Where’s the substance????!????????? We will keep GGG in his place as a Mayweather foot servant and Martinez subordinate till his resume stops smelling like the padding in an underwire bra…Posted October 8, 2013 11:15 am
Golovkins just ANOTHER NO NAME FIGHTER WITH A PADDED RESUME looking for a handout and to jump the line…Of course his trainer wants him to face 2 of the bigger names in the sport for the payday but he has NOT come close to earning those shots… The mans slated to face ANOTHER sub World class opponent while Mayweathers last few opponents have ALL been Champions and World Class boxers the past few years… Cotto took his first soft bout after YEARS of facing a murderers row, Trout, Mayweather, PAC, Margo… Suddenly GGG appears beating on C level foes and a Martinez leftover and he’s calling shots??? HAHAHAHAHA!!! Not today!! Golovkin is SUBORDIANATE to Sergio Martinez who did NOT have his titles taken in the ring, politics,a few deluded fans, and false acclaim are not gonna move home to the front of the line…. Floyd Mayweather ONLY fights BIG name fighters above 147, Cotto, Oscar, Canelo the viewing public has NO clue who Golovkin is and they likely never will!! The mans padding his resume at 160 and trying to sell himself as a closet 154 pounder… Floyd’s the WW and Jr MW champ of the World he’s gonna defend that WW belt and GGG is gonna keep facing guys like Stevenson while wasting his career and becoming more myth than legend…Posted October 8, 2013 11:04 am
Squared circle you are off your rocker. Triple G has not said he wants Ward or that fight would have been made ASAP. Ward has been combing the slums looking for marketable fights. GTFOHPosted October 8, 2013 10:58 am
the last hype job to face mayweather,i think came second.Posted October 8, 2013 9:37 am
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
HappyB*tch: 3G is widely considered the best, most dangerous MW in the world by real experts and analysts. He owns two MAJOR titles at MW, so that’s what he’s done to earn a shot at FMJ and Cotto. He’s the most avoided boxer in world for a reason, son, and you know it.
Maravilla lost to Murray, but was gifted a hometown decision, and everyone knows he’s washed up at this point. Just because he continues to DUCK 3G doesn’t mean he’s the best MW in the world at this point.
FMJ continues to avoid the most dangerous fighters in world during their primes. We’ve already seen FMJ duck prime PacMan for years, prime Martinez at 154lbs, and now 3G at 154lbs. Not to mention he fought ODLH and Mosely when they were WAY past prime.
Personally, I’m not fooled by the cherry-picking chess master of over-hyped promotions. FMJ is now the lineal, Ring 154lbs Champion of the World. He better defend those MAJOR titles vs. 3G and Lara at 154lbs or VACATE like a little b*tch. It wouldn’t be the first time he’s pulled that punk b*tch move instead of defending his new titles like a real champion. Real talk.Posted October 8, 2013 9:13 am
Canelo vs GGG no more EZ fights for Canelo.. Make it happen..Posted October 8, 2013 9:10 am
Sredmond — lol yeah so for Floyd u don’t want PAC ggg Martinez Thurman
I can wait to see Thurman beat soto Kara’s with ease the one who stoped the shoulder guy in his last fight but I bet the Floyd’s lawyer fans of his like Vivek and s m I th will downplay his win because they know who is a real danger to his hero …Posted October 8, 2013 8:11 am
HaHaHa so Golovkins trainer wants a big money fight? Who really cares? Everyone wants to fight Floyd, Cotto, PAC or Canelo because they bring $$$ to the table…But what does GGH bring to the table? 160 pounds? NO FANBASE…..???? Cotto would be making the right move facing Martinez because Sergio is the TRUE champ at 160 and he’s more popular than GGG holding a belt and padding his resume…Posted October 8, 2013 8:09 am
Fine by me, make either 1 happen. Not that GGG has beaten any1 2 deserve this pay day…..if thats what the fans want, make it happen.Posted October 8, 2013 8:07 am
Yeah murderman sure these pundit was asking for this fight with Stevens hoping ggg will get ko ‘do somehow so now that the fight is happening where is his hope??? LolPosted October 8, 2013 8:03 am
A beat down????? Lol …. What fight you saw public enemy ??? L ol beat down … LolPosted October 8, 2013 8:01 am
1st lets wait til triple g get pass stevens. 2 massive punchers means someone will get k.o. all stevens needs is 1 punch. If he k.o. triple g he can spoil the whole apple cart. Also triple has never fought at 154. Can he make weight at 154? Will he still have the same power and explosiveness? Wait and see how things play out. Besides we all know floyds goin back to 147. He never campaigns at 154 full time.Posted October 8, 2013 7:58 am
Well this fits in with the GGG method. Calling out much smaller guys.
I think it´s clear that Mayweather should take this. If he wants a challenge he will have it. And I would pay the see it.
Cotto has lost couple of his recent fights so I don´t see this fight very realistic at the moment. He needs to fight couple of more fight; canelo would be a competitive fight.Posted October 8, 2013 5:39 am
The only big pay for cotto is floyd. Evan against Sergio, it’s still really only cotto’s plus hardcore fans that will buy. I’m not American so can someone tell me if there are other fighters “casual” fans will pay money to wastch?Posted October 8, 2013 4:33 am
earn …..Posted October 8, 2013 3:24 am
infact can he just man up and fight someone with a heartbeat ffsPosted October 8, 2013 3:15 am
the only reason team GGG are calling out anything is driven by the cash they hope to make ..thats all they dont care about the sport its all about the $$ and nothing else …you would think that they would at least the call outs and the cash ………………………………………………….Posted October 8, 2013 3:13 am
Can triple G boils down to 150 and challenge Pacman ? I don’t expect Floyd to accept to fight GGG at 154, GGG will break his arm. Floyd knows that, you don’t call him the greatest cherry picker for nothing.Posted October 8, 2013 3:00 am
GGG has done nothing to earn a shot at either of these guys at 154 .. a more logical call out ( opponent ) would SOG ………Posted October 8, 2013 2:39 am
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)
Translation: Team GGG is publicly calling out and challenging both FMJ and Cotto at 154lbs. Now which one of these two has the courage to man-up and fight 3G???Posted October 8, 2013 1:59 am