te tumbo .shut up about Pac Man you refired beanPosted November 16, 2013 10:16 pm
Stop mentioning Floyd’s name with Manny…maan
Manny is a bum!
Ikaka yomntu!Posted November 15, 2013 7:23 am
Remember those humble words…”Ars jus wanna clean up baxin”…..and you will be starting when!!!!…..Posted November 15, 2013 3:39 am
the so called number one floyd fighting for a 152belt?????because he was so scared to fight cinnamon kid at the weight they were suposse to fight 154 so canelo wd enter the ring lookin like a zombie totally weak….and stills he dares to call himself the
Manny Pacquiao is the most popular athlete in the world bar none. On November 23, 2013, the world will have it’s eyes on Manny Pacquiao. The news on every single channel will have Manny Pacquiao on it. Manny will take front page of the news papers, internet and every other form of media known to man. The fact is that Manny is more than just fighter. He cares about people and makes changes to change their lives for the better. Even through his preparation for this fight, he still continues to help those people that were devastated by the disaster. Manny’s depth as a person dwarfs every other athlete on earth. This is the fighter of the decade, which also included Mayweather. As I had previously mentioned, Mayweather, Robinson, Chavez and any other great fighter could never have beaten Manny Pacquiao in his prime. Brandon Rios will have his chance at beating arguably the greatest fighter of all time. He will fight courageously, but to no avail. He will be punished, broken and stopped before 9 rounds. This will of course open the eyes of the boxing world. They said he was finished. They said he was over the hill. They said his jaw would never be the same. They said that he should retire. After Manny destroys a tough Brandon Rios, those same people will praise this mighty warrior. Manny will go down in the history books as a better fighter than Mayweather, Marquez, Oscar, Barrera, Hatton, Cotto, Robinson, Jones, Ali, Louis and many other great fighters. Manny is a step above all of them. Be ready for Manny’s exciting, triumphant return to the ring. Boxing comes alive on November 23, 2013.Posted November 14, 2013 10:17 pm
Actually he was. He held the Ring Championship Belt. That’s who I consider to be champPosted November 14, 2013 7:01 pm
And your wrong. Floyd agreed to a cut off date and Pac wanted a later cut off date so Floyd said forget it. There should be no cut off date for random testing anyways. That defeats the purpose of random.Posted November 14, 2013 7:00 pm
That’s the problem, you think he has all this drawing power. That drawing power has seriously diminished. His last 2 fight against Marquez had the Mexican fan drawing power. He didn’t reach a million buys with Bradley. That’s why the numbers where never released. Floyd reached a mil with Guerrero who has no fans. So technically not taking the money actually made Pac look bad cause his next fight he lost against Bradley then was KOd against MarquezPosted November 14, 2013 6:58 pm
Ah more fox news type propaganda from the Floyd fan bubble. What does Pac look like taking 40 mil and letting Floyd keep all the revenue from Pacs drawing power. And Pac never refused testing Floyd kept changing his mind on the cuttoff dates to stall and purposely ruin negotiations. Floyd can keep his fake lineal jmw tittle Canelo never was lineal champ dudes 1-1 at jmw rotf….Posted November 14, 2013 6:42 pm
Garbage Man (Is Back)
Floyd is not considered a coward. He is only considered a coward by Pac fans. Pac is the one turning down random testing and a 40 mil pay day. Everybody says Floyd turned down the biggest pay day of his career. He offered it to Pac and Pac refused. Plain and simple. Floyd went on to win the Lineal Jr Middleweight Championship Belt.Posted November 14, 2013 4:13 pm
they will be rolling this guy out when he”s fifty.Posted November 14, 2013 2:44 pm
Zuks ha ha doesn’t deserve a Floyd fight f!#k Floyd Pac isn’t in the Floyd sweepstakes 20 mil plus ppv revenue coming off a ko loss and fighting no name Rios while Floyd is still viewed as a coward. Typical Floyd fan living in a bubble with fox news and the tea party where facts arent welcome ha ha.Posted November 14, 2013 12:55 pm
Manny can give hope and carry his people by wining the fight. Primary issue global warmi g is here and costal areas will be hit by more devasting hurricanes manny can’t change that.Posted November 14, 2013 12:31 pm
Who Cares: Those millions that care about him will never fight for him. His legacy is not as the media hypes it, or those so called millions that know nothing about Manny’s true character which is just like all other boxers, only looking out for themselves (which is good after all they are the ones working hard for their salaries).
Even with a win, he won’t get the Mayweather fight, he doesn’t deserve itPosted November 14, 2013 11:18 am
If Manny really cared for his people he would cancel the fight and take care of the disaster victims who voted for him. Is boxing more important to Manny then the lives of his people?Posted November 14, 2013 10:52 am
Manny by KO. Boxtra loses money.Posted November 14, 2013 10:49 am
Millions of people admire Manny, he is an absolute superstar especially in Southeast Asia. Many many people care about him. Mayweather* will be done when he loses his “0”, which he protects like an anxious obsessive compulsive. The crook will be done and his legacy down the drain when he loses, again it’s a when not if…Posted November 14, 2013 9:07 am
WhoCares: LOL LOL LOL
Who really cares what happens to Manny anyway???Posted November 14, 2013 8:30 am
No way out; if Pac wins, the scared Mayweather* has to find a new excuse to avoid fighting him. If this idiot wants to establish his legacy, he has to hire a psychotherapist and fight his greatest fear Manny Pacman Pacquioa…Posted November 14, 2013 7:34 am
Some people are still listening to Roach?Posted November 14, 2013 4:45 am
Manny’s last fight! Guarantee!Posted November 14, 2013 3:18 am
TKO for manny. Rios is to slowPosted November 14, 2013 12:28 am
wish i could bet money one of the guybwho believes rios will defeat mannyPosted November 13, 2013 11:09 pm
HIDALGO, KO trauma or ring-rust would be notable factors by themselves. combined? they’re a significant advantage that Rios is made to exploit with concussive shots and unrelenting aggression. i can imagine Pacquiao* keeping away from Rios but not ALso landing enough punches to win. at which point, i can imagine Pacquiao* attempting to exchange shots with Rios but without the punch-resistance to survive 12 rounds. i do agree, that respective hunger and desperation will combine to make this a fiercely-contested, do-or-die contest while it lasts. neither fighter will go down easy but Manny* may have no choice. he is NOT the same Pacquiao* and Rios KNOWS this.Posted November 13, 2013 10:29 pm
Punch resistance is like Humpty Dumpty. It cannot be put back together again once SHATTERED. Rios by HERO removing stoppage.Posted November 13, 2013 10:04 pm
“Roach is 0 for 5 in his last 5 knockout predictions.” substitute Roach for Atlas, te tumbo, Old Yank, SREDMOND and Hidalgo and that statement stands as a true one.Posted November 13, 2013 9:52 pm
Te tumbo, you make some good arguments. I don’t think Manny is going to KO Rios, but if Manny is up to snuff and he’s not suffering from residual damage from his devastating KO loss, I expect him to thoroughly outbox and beat up Brandon.
On the other hand, if Manny hasn’t shaken the after-effects of that KO–both mental and physical–I give more probability of Rios knocking him out, or at least stopping him by TKO, than Manny doing it to him.
Either way, Rios is going to bring it and he’ll make no bones about it. He’s a do-or-die kind of fighter and he always gives it his all.
I’m expecting a great fight for as long as it lasts because there’s going to be some serious banging going on.Posted November 13, 2013 9:30 pm
no matter how much bondo they’ve slapped on to Pacquiao’s* mug, Rios knows that there is a severe and profound dent to expose underneath. moreover, Pacquiao* is not only recovering from the most BRUTAL KO in boxing history, he’s also been out of the ring for an entire year. both of these notable factors are advantages for Rios to exploit. if he’s able to crowd Manny* and force him to exchange, Rios’ punches will have an immediate effect on Pacquiao’s* severely-dented head. Rios by KO. despite his natural talent, Manny* has neither the boxing skills or welter punching power to consistently discourage Rios from accomplishing his singular goal.Posted November 13, 2013 9:09 pm
Roach is 0 for 5 in his last 5 knockout predictions. Thats off the TOP of MY head. It may be even WORSE.Posted November 13, 2013 8:05 pm
Manny will outbox him and knock him out just like Freddie predicted. Manny’s speed, power and darting in and out ability and southpaw style should be too much to handle for Rios.Posted November 13, 2013 7:55 pm