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TARK

Alright im convinced boycott is the answer, good night

Posted December 30, 2013 7:46 pm 


moonshineman

TARK

Right now people are watching a legend… Floyd is so far beyond every other boxer in prestige that he Khan do a land office business fighting whoever he likes.

Like Ali fighting Leon Spinks instead of Larry Holmes… Or Sugar Ray Leonard fighting Donny Lalonde instead of Michael Nunn or Mike McCallum… You mount your star that high and you do what you want.
Posted December 30, 2013 4:30 pm

Floyd is chicken chit.

Boycott Mayweather’s fights till he fights Pacquiao.

Posted December 30, 2013 6:13 pm 


TARK

Right now people are watching a legend… Floyd is so far beyond every other boxer in prestige that he Khan do a land office business fighting whoever he likes.

Like Ali fighting Leon Spinks instead of Larry Holmes… Or Sugar Ray Leonard fighting Donny Lalonde instead of Michael Nunn or Mike McCallum… You mount your star that high and you do what you want.

Posted December 30, 2013 4:30 pm 


Hec Dog

I do think a boycott could definitely send a message. The question is would fans be committed enough and smart enough not to let Mayweather and his group convince you to buy any and all his fights knowing that Floyd is carefully picking his opponents and laughing all the way to the bank. Fans need to take stand and pass the word around. This is such a shame for boxing fans to have to go through. Fans can have control if they truly want to. Who’s in????

Posted December 30, 2013 4:09 pm 


The Voice of Boxing

PBF your article is one long readathon which makes it unreadable. I tried reading and it gave me a huge headache. Next time try using paragraphs.

Posted December 30, 2013 4:04 pm 


Pinoy Blood

AMEN

Posted December 30, 2013 11:56 am 


john smith

boycotttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt until he fight Pacman

Posted December 30, 2013 10:31 am 


all five of Mayweather’s fights between the start of 2009 and mid-2013 were contested in front of EMPTY seats.

Have been boycotting since his gift decision in the Oscar fight and that will continue.

Posted December 30, 2013 3:27 am 


Anonymous

I will boycott Floyd, count me in

Posted December 30, 2013 2:48 am 


Anonymous

Yes boycott

Posted December 30, 2013 2:46 am 


Ray Ray

Ha ha ha ha I can guarentee u now that people wont b boycotting Mayweathers future fights because a few guys on ESB say so. You guys will still watch even if its only 2 watch him get beat. Maybe all Floyds fans have started Boycotting mannys fights…..his numbers have been on a down would slide…..iv been and still will watch both. So all u boycot callers wont watch the fight but than u will come on here talking all about it?

Posted December 30, 2013 1:36 am 


Robert Redford

BOYCOTT FLOYD!…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Posted December 30, 2013 12:40 am 


TARK

The problem is Pacquiao is short and small.. He doesn’t blast welters.

Pac has a great jab, a deep bag of tricks, and great angles.. Floyd can outbox him anyway because he’s just too rangy, slick, and fast.. Floyd has been thinking about this fight for many years — he has a plan and he knows he has the edge in height, speed, and range..

Obviously it will be a very tough fight because Pacman is so strong mentally and has great skill. You just have to make Floyd a strong favorite… Like 3:1.

With Lara and Garcia it’s tougher because they’re still getting better.. Their young brains are sucking everything up like a sponge.. They have very good balance, rhythm, and timing to go with their speed, and they’re taller and stronger than Floyd… My guess is he’ll try to do his last 5 without facing them — but will face Pacman… Better odds.

Posted December 30, 2013 12:35 am 


all five of Mayweather’s fights between the start of 2009 and mid-2013 were contested in front of EMPTY seats.

BOYCOTT.

Posted December 29, 2013 11:25 pm 


Insider

Im a boxing insider who knows secrets. Mayweather is no now being pressured by a lot of people in his own group and showtime sports. He doesn.t want still to fight Manny. YES BOYCOTT I THINK IS ANSWER IS PRESSURE HIM! Excellent opinion here by Reni

Posted December 29, 2013 7:33 pm 


Yo MOMMA

“According to Nevada State Athletic Commission records, all five of Mayweather’s fights between the start of 2009 and mid-2013 (against Juan Manuel Marquez, Shane Mosley, Victor Ortiz, Miguel Cotto, and Robert Guerrero) were contested in front of EMPTY seats. Even with 1,459 complimentary tickets being given away, there were 139 EMPTY seats for Mayweather-Guerrero. More troubling were credible reports that Mayweather-Guerrero registered only 850,000 pay-per-view buys.”

I THINK BOYCOTTS may pressure Mayweather into fighting Pacquioa once and for all.

Posted December 29, 2013 7:30 pm 


TARK

Boycotts won’t work pragmatic…

You get half as many people watching a bad opponent like Geurrero than a good opponent like DLH or Canelo — and Canelo actually turned out to be just as bad as Guerrero because he was weight drained…

They will still do a very profitable fight with a million and a half fans boycotting because they still get 1,000,000 PPVs.. They’re crying all the way to the bank.. They figure it’s better than fighting somebody like Lara and getting your tail pounded.

Posted December 29, 2013 7:22 pm 


anonymous

Jesus, why do you continue to write these Mayweather-Pacquiao “articles” that have no new information nor reference to existing facts. i appreciate that you know nothing about boxing and are happy to jump on any bandwagon going – lots of others do too but you have to somehow try and pollute ESB with your ramblings on the subject. True boxing fans are much more excited about the wealth of talent at 140lb and 160lb than the endless speculation about potential catchweight matchups between fighters pushing on 40. Couldn’t you go and write about MMA or something that you have more knowledge of?

Posted December 29, 2013 2:43 pm 


pragmatic

I’ve been conducting the “boycott Mayweather train” for years now. It’s funny how there is so much complaining that certain fights don’t get maid when the viewers have all the power. I haven’t watched a Mayweather ppv since before baldomir. That was the fight that convinced me to save my money. If enough fight fans boycott Mayweathers next ppv, showtime will pressure PBF to fight someone the fans feel is legit…enter Pacman. Save your money, place your attention somewhere else, let Mayweathe know he is irrelevant to the game and you’re tired of paying to see his exhibition bouts and maybe, just maybe we will all get to see the only mayweather fight that the majority wants to see…. Pacquaio vs Mayweather. That I’d watch, but I probably will still boycott a Mayweather vs Pacquaio fight.

Posted December 29, 2013 2:36 pm 


te tumbo

after watching Marquez utterly DEMOLISH Pacquiao* in their last bout, i have zero interest in paying to watch Floyd deliver an anti-climactic and one-sided UD in his favor. face it, besides a few spastic offensive bursts, Pacquiao* becomes invariably lost and bedeviled v. the elite of Boxing and whose going to pay to watch that? Pacquiao* simply doesn’t bring the threat or possess the marketability to guarantee “Money” his $50 million quote, which doesn’t include Floyd’s claim to the lion’s-share of back-end profits. bottomline, no amount of bondo is going to fool paying fight-fans into forgetting the severe dent that Marquez PUNCHED into Manny’s mug and without a legitimate chance of defeating the undefeated Mayweather, nobody’s going to pay to watch a merciless Floyd reduce Pacquiao* to a flailing and desperate amateur with no chance of winning. only deluded Pactards believe that. otherwise, we all know that Bradley and Marquez have no chance of defeating Mayweather and that Pacquiao* wouldn’t dare face Canelo or Cotto at 154lbs and Pacquiao will always be remembered for falling short in rivalries v. his two primary P4P rivals.

Posted December 29, 2013 12:30 pm 


pts

Floyd needs to get a pair and start fighting those who can very possibly beat him and stop making excuses in order to avoid them. Floyd and his jockstrap suckers most often used excuse is, in order to make the fight, Pac needs to leave Arum. Oh really, how so? He needs to stop concentrating on the man who helped start his career and make him rich, and start negotiating in good faith with Pac…..if he’s serious. Anyone who is serious doesn’t make excuses for not facing that fighter who may very well beat you. If you can beat him, beat him regardless of who his promoter is and stop trying to control who that fighters promoter should be. Floyd’s actions are nothing more and nothing less than that of a man obsessed with keeping his unbeaten record by fighting lesser fighters, fighting at catchweight or simply throwiing up ridiculous requests to prevent a fight that fans have wanted. Given latinos contribute the largest share of ppv whenever Floyd fights a well know latino, latinos should make a strong statement by boycotting all of Floyd’s fights until he finally finds the testicular fortitude to fight fights that make PPV sense and not what necessarily makes sense to Floyd. After all, fans have made him rich and maintained his family’s livelihood.

Posted December 29, 2013 11:50 am 


Demon

Boycott boycott boycott. If you don’t do it you will never see Pac and Floyd fight

Posted December 29, 2013 11:44 am 


Demon

I blame the zombie fans for paying to watch mayweather fight chumps

Posted December 29, 2013 11:42 am 


pts

Floyd doesn’t try to fight the best……he only tries to make the most money possible, in other words, he’s NOT the consummate boxing professional. He’s your typical charlatan who excels in entertainment, not professional boxing. Professional boxers fight ANY and EVERYONE. He’s no fighter of the year however, in my book, he can be entertainer of the year. He’s not money, he’s Fake Floyd the Flake….all smoke and mirrors and no substance.

Posted December 29, 2013 11:30 am 


Swedish Boxing Fan

I’m Scurred of a Yellow Midget – Very nice job with the info. that is all for sure sad but true. Floyd Mayweather Jr has skills in the ring but out-side the ring he is all a mess.

Posted December 29, 2013 10:40 am 


Slick one

Get over it. Floyd is not dealing with
Arum. Manny needs to get a pair and start
Calling his own shots!!!!!

Posted December 29, 2013 4:16 am 


third world

those 2 both need to sack up and grow a pair.floyd needs to just say to his team make the fight.pac needs to grow a pair and tell arum to step back and sit this one out so the fight can be made. the fans demand this fight.we line these fools pockets. do we have to wait untill these chumps are in their 40′s before they ever fight?

Posted December 29, 2013 3:53 am 


third world

say what?

Posted December 29, 2013 3:49 am 


Farmboxer

It’s time for Void to quit running from Pac. Void will make up so many more excuses to keep from fighting Pac. Void is afraid…………IF PAC IS AN EASY FIGHT FOR VOID, THEN HE WOULD HAVE FOUGHT PAC YEARS AGO.

Posted December 29, 2013 12:23 am 


Tomato Can

That’s crazy talk… Fighter’s that work their way up the ranks deserve their chance to be the best. Sure the best should fight the best, but right now, Pacquiao has unfinished business with Bradley. And guess what?? As it stands Bradley is just as deserving of a shot at Mayweather as anyone in the game, including Pacquiao…. In the meantime there are several GBP fighter’s who are deserving of fighting Mayweather. Garcia, Miadana, Matthysse, Khan, Peterson, Lara, Molina, and Thurman are just a few fighters, that Mayweather has to choose from to Manny Pacquiao’s picks of Bradley and Provodnikov, and Cotto at 154…

Posted December 28, 2013 11:58 pm 


pts

All of Floyd’s fights need to be BOYCOTTED unless he fights the best fighters which in part include, Thurman, Porter, Pac and a distant 4th, Bradley. Demand value for your hard earned money. Let Floyd know he’s living large on account of you, not Showtime.

Posted December 28, 2013 11:51 pm 


pts

PPV should be for exceptional fights that pit the extreme best again the extreme best, not for staging exhibition fights such as Floyd/khan, Floyd/Guerrero, Floyd/ortiz. There’s no redeeming value in paying so much money and receiving so little. PPV has hit rock bottom being accomplices in staging these types of short comings and over valued shenanigans.

Posted December 28, 2013 11:48 pm 


Tomato Can

Mayweather has several fighters to chose from (all of which would be getting the biggest fight of their careers); Pacquiao has unfinished business with Top Rank. Pacquiao needs to take Bradley’s title and leave Top Rank, for the biggest fight of his career…

Posted December 28, 2013 11:37 pm 


Proud African

The shameless impersonator wrote:

“I want Floyd to fight Pacquiao if you dont do that I’ll disown you as black. Shame”

———————————————————–

Written by an idiot.

Posted December 28, 2013 10:47 pm 


Teddy Niggwater

Redford’s old, worn out, 80 year old a$$ is still prettier than Boxtradumba$$es busted up face.

Posted December 28, 2013 9:22 pm 


Whocares

On youtube, 25,800 hits for “Mayweather afraid”… on google, 528,000 hits for “Mayweather afraid”….great legacy for the best defensive boxer oh his era! I am sure it is just all made up and all a strategy of Mayweather to build up the fight with Pac since 5 years….just public opinion….lmao,

Posted December 28, 2013 9:18 pm 


Pink floyd

Wrong dummy, PAC is number 2 in the WBA and Floyd the. Belt holder, he mandatory or give the belt away, his jive will be I don’t need belts , lol chicken

Posted December 28, 2013 8:28 pm 


Boxtradamus

Pacquiao isn’t the TOP Contender to Floyd’s P4P Throne SO why should we say no to anyone but HIM???? Bradley is the Top Contender. His resume agrees with ME on that.

Posted December 28, 2013 8:10 pm 


moonshineman

Boycott mayweather till he fights Pacquiao.

Posted December 28, 2013 7:47 pm 


TARK

I won’t say no to a May-Pac fight…

May-Lara or May-Garcia would be even better.

Posted December 28, 2013 6:23 pm 


TARK

Not anymore Redford… You’re rich… That’s about it.

Posted December 28, 2013 6:22 pm 


Robert Redford

Whoever called Floyd ‘pretty boy’ anyway? Dang, I’m the pretty one!

Posted December 28, 2013 5:17 pm 


Rich

Floyd doesn’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. We knew this back in 2009 and 10.

Posted December 28, 2013 5:13 pm 


rod taylor

When is that bum Floyd Mayweather going to face a real challenge like Manny?!?

Posted December 28, 2013 5:10 pm 


pinoy

I wonder if Floyd’s cojones are colored yellow.

Posted December 28, 2013 4:24 pm 


Bulawayo2

” Floyd will knock out a bum like GGG ”
Pray tell me how that would happen, Mayweather doesn’t knockout people, Golovkin has probably the best chin in the business. Golovkin throws a 100 punches a round, with a connect rate of 50%. Let’s say he only connected with 25% of his punches against ” Duckweather ” that would be 25 heavy thumps per round, do you honestly believe Mayweather could handle that? If it was that easy ” Mouthy ” would have challenged GGG, but he hasn’t.
Mayweather would be outclassed and smashed to a pulp, no doubt about that one.
But like I say ” Mouthy ” knows this, he won’t be going anywhere near the Khazak Destroyer, best fighter in the World by a mile.

Posted December 28, 2013 3:57 pm 


REM

Reni preach on bro the truth must have its day.

Posted December 28, 2013 3:30 pm 


Papo

It’s not whether Pac should fight Floyd or anyone else, but about Floyd talking trash about Pac and then making all kinds of excuses for not wanting to fight him. I’m not a Floyd hater, or any other fighter for that matter, as some suggest. To the contrary, I think he’s an exceptional fighter who can beat any of the top 147 or 154 fighters…and that includes GG. But because he’s so scared about the idea of losing his undefeated record, he won’t face fighters that may be a threat.

Nevertheless, he has fought some tough opponents who many predicted would give him problems…and he made it look easy. Also, after seeing Pac against Bradley, Marquez and even Rios, I don’t see how he can beat Floyd, as Floyd would have made, at least Marquez and Rios appear like amateurs. But Floyd needs to put the money where his mouth is…either fight him or stop talking trash about him. Talk is cheap…fight him.

One more thing…those who feel that GG stand a better chance of beating Floyd than Pac, must remember the Canelo fight. Just as Canelo, GG’s record is full of unknowns…I’d predict another easy fight for Floyd if they were to fight.

Posted December 28, 2013 3:21 pm 


Cheese

This article is very biased. As if Pac/Bob are bending over backward to make this fight happen. Both sides have made excuses, both sides (May & Pac) hold a share in the blame. The truth is it would be just as easy for Mayweather to make a deal under Golden Boy’s banner as it is for Pac to do the same under Top Rank’s. This is due to the fact that in those respective promotional companies these guys are the big fish and get the lions share in the negotiations. Now when you put those 2 Jaded sides together, how can anything get done? Isn’t this the case with every great fight that hasn’t happened in the entire history of the sport? However, when you start blaming people in order of preference you get articles like this. Nothing more than an exetended blog from a fan of a particular fighter.

Posted December 28, 2013 3:13 pm 


Zuks

So we are also boycotting Manny’s fight in April 2014 unless it is with Mayweather?

Pathetic article

Posted December 28, 2013 2:20 pm 


Fridog

Amen EZ E. Anonymous don’t understand that GGG is just too big for Money. Money has great skills but does not have great power at 147 or at 154.

Posted December 28, 2013 1:29 pm 


Anonymous

One minute it’s Canelo, then it’s GGG, then Lara, Martinez, Hopkins and now it’s Pacquiao. Who is it? Why not Pac vs Khan? GGG vs Quillin or Martinez? Hopkins vs Kovalev? Canelo vs Lara? No one is demanding the likes of Canelo, Chavez Jnr, Pac face legitimate threats. No. They get a free pass to fight lower tier guys like Rios, Vera etc.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:44 pm 


EZ E

ANONYMOUS With all due respects but say that Floyd KOs GGG in 2 rounds sounds way out of line. FLOYD couldn’t stop nor seriously hurt a rather small 147Lb’er like Guerrero. As a matter of fact his only KO victim since Hatton SIX YEARS AGO was “vicious” Vic Ortiz, and we all know how that happened. TWO ROUNDS?? hmmm… Don’t think so. Peace!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:36 pm 


Losing patience!

Its all about styles. If Floyd thought Pac is an easy fight it would have happened loooonnngg ago

Posted December 28, 2013 12:25 pm 


u kip

MORE HYPE AND BUBBLE FROM THE YANKS I SEE.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:17 pm 


Fridog

I don’t think GGG can get down to 154. He needs to go up and face Ward.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:14 pm 


skinnysteve

floyd jr vs Triple GGG at 154

Posted December 28, 2013 12:05 pm 


Fridog

Mayweather has fought a few fighters in their prime such as Corrales and Castillo–at 130 and 135. Zab Judah although an interesting fight was not in his prime. De La Hoya was well past his prime when he and Money fought. The same can be said when Pac fought De La Hoys. Gatti, Cotto, Hatton, and Mosley were well past their prime when they fought Money. A few years back, I think the most competitive fight out there was Money and Pac. Money had excuse after excuse not to make that fight. Lets not forget that Money retired when Pac really came into his own. However, it is clear to me that Pac’s skills had eroded. Money’s skills have eroded too; but not to the degree that Pac’s has. To that end, I don’t know why Money want fight Pac. For Money to fight Amire at this point in his career is a insult to boxing fans. I believe that he can beat Pac; but to say that Pac is not on his level and for anyone to believe that is just stupid and it insult anybody with a fraction of intelligence. If he wants to be place in the same category or exceed the greatness of Ali, Frazer, Big George, Robinson, Hagler, the Brown Bomber etc., he has to fight Bradley and Pac, rematch Canelo and end his career by facing Thurman. He missed out on fighting Martinez (Martinez is really a LMW) and Williams in their prime. Money should stop wasting the boxing public time and fight the meaningful fights while he still can.

Posted December 28, 2013 11:46 am 


Anonymous

yep the mayweather clan really are a class act.

Posted December 28, 2013 11:40 am 


Papo

What I don’t get are the people that continue to agree with Floyd’s excuses for not fighting Pac, especially the ones who feel Floyd can beat Pac easily. Though I also feel Floyd can beat Pac, it’s not a fact but just an opinion. Floyd and his fans may believe the same, but the only way to know for sure is for Floyd to stop the excuses and fight him.

This has nothing to do with Arum, or having Pac defeat Bradley first, or Pac not agreeing to drug testing or any other excuse Floyd may come with. It’s about him being fearful or losing his undefeated record. It’s the same reason he rather take on a weaker opponent like Khan and not Bradley.

No doubt he has proven to be a very gifted boxer, one of the best ever, but his avoidance of fighting risky opponents like Bradley, and especially Pac will be notable by many boxing fans. He either should fight Pac or stop trying to belittle him using tweeter…insults only show his insecurity. Fighting him or shut the heck up.

Posted December 28, 2013 11:39 am 


DEEPWATER1522

the truth is floyd sr got floyds mom on crack and went to prison for selling large amounts of crack. its ok to say the truth.

Posted December 28, 2013 11:34 am 


Anonymous

a typical black modern american family crack heads who also think they are rap singers.

Posted December 28, 2013 11:23 am 


DEEPWATER1522

floyd is hurt on the inside from a bad childhood. not that he was poor because he never had to have a job. he is hurt because his daddy got his mom hooked on crack. thats why her brother shot big floyd in the leg when big floyd was holding lil floyd as a shield. floyds problems come from that. he has a daddy complex. thats why he looks for love from hip hop and drug dealer guys. he always gets burned from them too, just like his daddy burned him. floyds problems run deep and money wont fix it. pray for lil floyd for the new year.

Posted December 28, 2013 11:14 am 


DEEPWATER1522

dum ass white boys = is spelled wrong and racist. check your premise. actually google the word premise first, then check it. thank you my brother

Posted December 28, 2013 11:10 am 


Young.L

“While Mayweather is the greatest fighter of this generation, this generation pales far in comparison to when Ali and Robinson fought. The talent pools of those eras were much, much deeper than they are now. Ali prevailed in the greatest era of the heavyweight division, and Robinson was in with killers like Henry Armstrong, Jake LaMotta, Gene Fullmer, Carmen Basilio and Kid Gavilan.”

Mayweather is better den all those guys. Yall love ta rate dem old school boxers up on some higher level cuz they put on some fun fight ta watch. But d fights were good cuz dem old.fools ain’t had no defense. Baseball players of the.60s messing with.prayers today? Nope! How bout dem old.show football players from d.60s? Would.they be.in d NFL? Of.course not!! So why yall.think dem old fighters would be so good.today? Mayweather d best ever, yall hataz need ta swallow dat pill..#realtalk. #youngLarry! #IKnowBoxing #StopDHate #TMT

Posted December 28, 2013 10:53 am 


polytick correct

Nice points and I’ll add that when even his grandma crossed him, Floyd shut off all communication with her. When uncle Jeff crossed him for not talking to grandma, booted him out of camp. When his father told him like it is, he got kicked out too. His mother told him to quit using all the racist talk and she has no longer been seen on the 24/7 show since.

So all Floyd has left is a harem and an entourage of yes men.

Posted December 28, 2013 10:47 am 


I’m Scurred of a Yellow Midget

“Health is more important than anything,” he said to a select group of reporters. “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].’

“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.’

“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 December 28, 2013 10:16 am 


I’m Scurred of a Yellow Midget

Somewhere inside Floyd Mayweather’s head, you’d like to think there is a delete or stop button. That little voice telling him to “shut up” or “watch what you say before you say it.” In the foreground of boxing for the last 10 years, we’ve found that apparently there isn’t. Why is Mayweather missing the filter most contemporary pro athletes have?

Before Mayweather utters something inane, which he frequently does, you can almost see the smoke coming out of his ears before an asinine statement spills out, gets picked up, and before you know it’s zapped to a million places in the real-time, social media world we live in today.

But before Facebook and Twitter became iconic icons attached to everything we currently do and see, Mayweather had a habit of saying idiotic things.

Here’s a potpourri, past and present, of Mayweather’s 15 most asinine quotes of all-time—in descending order:

15. “I don’t duck or dodge anybody,” which is actually a phrase Mayweather has said throughout his career, yet he’s come up with myriad excuses why he’s never got into the ring with Manny Pacquiao.

14. “Who has [Antonio] Margarito beaten to deserve a shot at me? Once he beat two or three big names then we’ll fight. Me and Margarito, we’re not fighting to prove to the boxing fans who the best is. Who is Margarito? He don’t bring s— to the table,” Mayweather used this as an excuse for not fighting Margarito. Margarito at the time was a very viable opponent.

13. “I hate Bob Arum, he ain’t s—; he’s nothing but a liar, he lies about everything,” an enraged Mayweather said after breaking with Top Rank and making the move to rap impresario James Prince as his promoter in 1999. This came after Mayweather said a year earlier, “I have the best promoter out there in Bob Arum. Bob Arum is the greatest promoter in history. I love Bob Arum. I love HBO.”

12. “My team calls all the shots out of the ring, I call them in the ring,” something Mayweather repeated to me a number of times, though it’s far from the truth. Money May calls the shots. When he broke away from Bob Arum, he made the decision. When he decided to break away from his father, Floyd Sr., it was his call. Mayweather is king of the “Money Team,” his traveling entourage.

11. “Absolutely not. I took the plea. Sometimes they put us in a no-win situation. I had no choice, but I don’t worry about going to jail. Better men than me have been there. I’m pretty sure Martin Luther King’s been there, and Malcolm X. I have taken the good with the good so I’ll accept the bad with the bad,” Floyd Mayweather to Georgetown sociology professor Michael Eric Dyson on HBO’s Speaking Out Special on April 21.

10. “I’m not in the game for just the money, I’m in the game to be a legend. And to give the fans and media all around the world exciting fights,” Mayweather said prior to fighting Carlos Baldomir in November 2006 for the WBC welterweight world championship. Then Money May put on a boxing display in which, if he put his foot on the gas, would have stopped Baldomir at any time.

9. “[Shane] Mosley will never fight me. I love to fight him. But you know he don’t want a dosage of truth,” Mayweather said in 2007. The fact is, they did fight, and Mayweather won in dominating fashion. But not before Mosley took the boxing world’s breath away by jolting Mayweather in the second round, teetering for a moment.

8. “They talk about Kelly Pavlik, a white fighter, like he’s the second coming. Or they go crazy over Manny Pacquiao. But I’m a black fighter. Is it racial? Absolutely. They praise white fighters, they praise Hispanic fighters, whatever. But black fighters, they never praise,” Mayweather said about HBO boxing commentators in July 2008.

Mayweather said some wacky things to HBO’s Larry Merchant after beating Ortiz.
7. “You know me. I’m running my mouth a lot, and I’m looking for a guy to shut me up. If you don’t shut me up, I’m going to keep running my mouth. Nobody can beat me. There is no way to beat me,” Mayweather has stated numerous times.

6. “I’ll beat the s— out of Manny Pacquiao. He knows that,” Mayweather has said, but we may never know because something always seems to get in the way of this ever happening: Olympic-style drug testing, supposed negotiations that took place (which Mayweather’s people said didn’t take place) and Mayweather’s most recent proposal of a 60-40 split in favor of him.

5. “You know what I’m going to do, because you never give me a fair shake, so I’m going to let you talk to Victory Ortiz; I’m through put someone else up here and let them give me an interview. You never give me a fair shake. HBO needs to fire you because you don’t know s— about boxing; you ain’t s—; you’re not s—,” Mayweather said to HBO commentator Larry Merchant during the post-fight interview after knocking out Victory Ortiz.

4. “I’m in the same shoes as Ali. They hate me when I’m at the top, but once my career is over, they’re going to miss me,” Mayweather told Dyson in the HBO Speak Out Special. Really? The same shoes as Ali? Mayweather protested for being drafted into an unjust war that threatened his life and livelihood during a turbulent racial climate when whites and blacks, in some parts of the south, couldn’t walk on the same sidewalk together? Really?

3. “That’s a slave contract,” Mayweather told then-HBO head Lou DiBella in October 1999, refusing to sign a contract for seven-fight, $12.5-million deal. Mayweather also told me when I was doing a story for Ring Magazine, “Why would I sign a contract like that. It’s slave wages.”

2. “We’re going to cook that little yellow chump…Once I kick the midget ass, I don’t want you all to jump on my d—. So you all better get on the bandwagon now…Once I stomp the midget, I’ll make that mother f—– make me a sushi roll and cook me some rice…We’re going to cook him with some cats and dogs,” a Mayweather clarion public moment in September 2010, when he went on a Manny Pacquiao-rant spewing into the camera.

1. “Ali was a great fighter, but I’m better. [Sugar Ray] Robinson was a great fighter, but I’m better,” Mayweather told HBO’s cameras on 24/7 in building the hype machine for the May 1, 2010 Mayweather-Shane Mosley fight.

While Mayweather is the greatest fighter of this generation, this generation pales far in comparison to when Ali and Robinson fought. The talent pools of those eras were much, much deeper than they are now. Ali prevailed in the greatest era of the heavyweight division, and Robinson was in with killers like Henry Armstrong, Jake LaMotta, Gene Fullmer, Carmen Basilio and Kid Gavilan.

Ali was able to get away with proclaiming himself as “The greatest of all-time,” rolling his eyes in his animated way and soliciting laughter. Sure, Ali believed it, but he also had a genuine, jovial way in expressing it, far different than the arrogant self-infatuating manner Mayweather does.

Posted December 28, 2013 10:10 am 


Papa Magnus

Tachyon it’s a shame ESB doesn’t block all your posts. They’re all sycophantic Floyd ass kissing gash anyway.

It’s cringey watching you, SREDMOND and PEEJ all take turns to try and see which one of you can deep throat Money’s schlong the furthest.

Posted December 28, 2013 9:58 am 


JoeKidd

Boxing has become Hollywood. You’re not going to see the big action heroes in the same movie. Until they become desperate. Like Stallone & Swarzenegger. You want to pay to see mediocre matchups then it is your dollar.

Posted December 28, 2013 9:56 am 


chris

one thing is true.there is a worthy challenger when they complained of beating everyone available they cited khan.lol so is khan better than pacman?stop complaining and do what the networks are gonna demand he do.fight pacman.it will happen whether mayweather thinks hes the boss or not.coz the real money men call the shots.if he refuses then they will destroy and smear his legacy.they wont accept anything less and mayweather knows this 100%.

Posted December 28, 2013 9:48 am 


Anonymous

ESB writers are increasingly dull, dumb and off beat with their pieces. Will 2014 bring the end of the ESB dullard writer? No. We are more likely to see Bob Arum and Money May kiss and make up in the ring before we get a good, balanced, unbiased piece of journalism by these rank amateurs on ESB.

Posted December 28, 2013 9:40 am 


Tachyon

Ok going to sleep esb blocked my post but let old coot and company bad mouth Mayweather as usual they can post what they like but some and not all post are blocked especially if they make sense defending Floyd. Not sure if its based of keyword or how it works. Any way Floyd don’t give this site any more interviews and start a new maybe name it ESM “East Side Money” these guy’s hate you which makes no sense.

Posted December 28, 2013 9:21 am 


pinoy

Fear of being beaten by Manny and the aftermath of such a loss has paralyzed Floyd’s rational thinking. He will retire from boxing rather than face Manny.

Posted December 28, 2013 9:20 am 


EZ E

SWEDISH Good point but the WBC/Suliaman WILL NOT strip Floyd of any titles for obviou$ rea$on$. Then mandatory challenger Sergio Martinez had to wait TWO YEARS before Don $uliaman finally ordered his beloved Godson Chavez Jr face Sergio. The $anctioning fee$ that Floyd repre$ent$ is more than enough to “buy the dirty soul” of the corrupt/money minded racketeer Prez of the WBC.

Posted December 28, 2013 9:09 am 


Tachyon

Dang PBF post was a mile long but I can’t post:-(

Posted December 28, 2013 9:06 am 


Tachyon

Ok I have great post but esb keeps blocking it

Posted December 28, 2013 9:05 am 


Proud African

I want Floyd to fight Pacquiao if you dont do that I’ll disown you as black. Shame

Posted December 28, 2013 8:56 am 


SeanieP

Yellow Floyd

Posted December 28, 2013 8:52 am 


DEEPWATER1522

remember the good ole days when the best fought the best. between the klitcos clinching style and mayweather prevent defense style no wonder ufc is growing. shame on you mayweather. shame on mayweather fans that cosign his excuses. shame shame shame

Posted December 28, 2013 8:29 am 


Swedish Boxing Fan

I agree here. There should not be any other fight next then Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Manny Paquiao.
Paquiao is the WBC mandatory nr.1# title challanger and Mayweather Jr is obligated to defend his WBC world title or to vacate the title belt AND that is what we would call – DUCKING, AVOIDING, RUNNING AWAY etc.
With other words, if Floyd mayweather Jr want to call himself the best, he must be the champ and a true champion don’t duck a top opponent in the game.

The ball is and have always been in Mayweather Jr’s hands.

Posted December 28, 2013 8:20 am 


EZ E

PERSON If that’s the case then why is Floyd targeting Khan? In your eyes, is Amir more worthy than Manny? Did you/anyone actually believe that “The Ghost” Guerrero had a snowball’s chance in hell to defeat Floyd? Canelo had only ONE good win before fighting Floyd, who obviously took the fight because of the MEGA $$ to be made along with Canelo’s limited top caliber experience. First there was the Olympic Style Testing issue, then the money split issue and now Manny must leave Top Rank/Arum too?? What next?? I’m NOT saying that Manny would defeat Floyd. That’s not the point. Fighter/promoter Floyd says that he wants to give the fans the fight they want, and FLOYD vs MANNY IS THE FIGHT WE FANS WANT MOST!! Is there any doubt that it’s the biggest mega $$ fight out there? Surely not! Would boycotting Floyd’s future fights pressure him?? NO!! Is Floyd waiting for more evidence of Manny’s faded skills? For whatever the reason may be, it’s quite obvious that Floyd is not too anxious at all to face Manny nor give the fans fight WE ALL WANT TO SEE. The only ones AGAINST this mega fight are die-hard Floyd fans. Why so?? Hopefully I’m wrong. Peace to PERSON & to all.

Posted December 28, 2013 8:19 am 


Lenin

There is only one way to do this right: Mayweather vs. Pacquiao in 2014. No more excuses, no more talking – get in the ring, you two!

Posted December 28, 2013 7:36 am 


person

WHY SHOULD MAYWEATHER FIGHT PACMAN WHEN HE WAS JUST COMING OFF A BRUTAL KNOCKOUT LOOS AND A SPARRING SESSION WITH BRANDON RIOS HE NEEDS 1 OR 2 MOREFIGHTS TO GET IN THE RING WITH MAYWEATHER. PACMAN IS 1WIN 2LOSSES IN HIS LAST 3FIGHTS KHAN IS 1LOSE 2WINS IN HIS LAST 3FIGHTS,AND PEOPLE SHOULD TALK FOR THEMSELVES ABOUT NOT WANTING TO SEE KHAN VS MAYWEATHER NOT THEM SAYING WE BOXING DON’T WANT TO SEE THE FIGHT BCOS IF ITS LEFT TO ME I WOULD LOVE TO SEE A YOUNG FAST SKILLFUL FIGHTER AMIR KHAN TAKE ON MAYWEATHER

Posted December 28, 2013 6:36 am 


Proud African

@Cold Facts – I’ve been to New York: Harlem, Bronx, New Jersey, Connecticut, Wisconsin, Atlanta, South Carolina, etc., except for the West Coast. Probably later. Wanted to visit Mexico too.

Posted December 28, 2013 6:33 am 


Auzbox

Jb221 there is bias writers for both. Time for talk and twitter is over, real men talk in the ring others on the pc

Posted December 28, 2013 6:02 am 


ha

blah blah, quit whining you no wiping da butt pactards. you all stink up the joint whenever you open your mouths.

Posted December 28, 2013 5:44 am 


Old Coot

Tell that girl Voyd to get off twitter and prove it!

Posted December 28, 2013 5:37 am 


Jb221

It’s funny when a writer for east side boxing is PAC man fan instead of writing dumb things about floyd why don’t you write to bob arum I bet you didn’t have much to say when marquez laid him (crickets)

Posted December 28, 2013 5:36 am 


Custer

Floyd always has another Nig-scuse not to fight Pac.

Posted December 28, 2013 5:35 am 


Mansworld

Coot you a nut hugger did you cry when Manny was snoring on the canvass… I bet you watch Floyds fights hoping someone beats him. Not realizing guys like you are making him richer. The haters are making him sell out fights along with the fans….

Posted December 28, 2013 5:32 am 


Anonymous

Can Manny please Avenge his losses before he talks anything about Floyd. Oh I see Rios was such a worthy challenger and Manny knocked him out so now he is back on top. Well wait a minute none of that happened….lol Manny fights anyone in the top contender list he will get KTFO again. People crying thinking he was dead was classic and he will never be able to live that down…

Posted December 28, 2013 5:28 am 


Ray Ray

Old coot- ha ha ha ha the court case Manny v Floyd ha ha. Manny i turned down 40mil so i need 2 get something off him 2 pay my tax bill? Ha ha please mr Mayweather pay my tax bill
Manny will lose 2014

Posted December 28, 2013 5:24 am 


Ray Ray

The only picture u will c of manny is face first doing zzzzzzzzzzzz

Posted December 28, 2013 5:21 am 


ODLH

No, truth to tell I have long wanted to make the fight happen but what can I do? Talk to Floyd

Posted December 28, 2013 5:21 am 


Old Coot

@ Ray Ray: And another thing about “proof”, Floyd kept skipping court in the defamation suit, and had to pay Manny off big was because he had NO PROOF!! LOL!!

Posted December 28, 2013 5:20 am 


Ray Ray

Havoc- yeah he did….on his way 2 getting flogged v eric 1st time out….an old past it eric. An old past it Berrara. And remembered most 4 getting a few gift decisions vs marquez b4 getting KTFO by the 40 plus version. 5 losses 2 draws? Should have been alot more. Watxh the figgt vs Hussien hussien? No1 has even heard of him. He dropped manny a few times.

Posted December 28, 2013 5:19 am 


Old Coot

@ Ray Ray: Floyd got waivers from USADA to cover up blood-test failures for 3 tests, from NSAC finding out before at least 2 fights including Ortiz and Cotto… And despite cheating Floyd still felt he had to sucker-punch poor Victor to win. LOL!!

Posted December 28, 2013 5:19 am 


Old Coot

@ Ray Ray: But to answer your question, what I have is much closer to REAL proof than anything Floyd ever had! I have an article by respected boxing scribe Steven Hauser….

Posted December 28, 2013 5:18 am 


Old Coot

@ Ray Ray: What proof of PED use did Floyd have on Manny?… NONE!!… Not even a rumor!! But that didn’t stop Floyd from defaming him now did it?…

Posted December 28, 2013 5:17 am 


Havoc

Ray-Ray- PAC will be remembered as a unknown Filipino who came to America and shocked the world who become the mexicotioner. Barrera, morales and Marquez who are known to be living legend in America and here a simple unknown Filipino who makes them look ordinary fighters.

Posted December 28, 2013 5:09 am 


Golden boy

The fact is I have no interest whatsoever to work with Bob Arum. We don’t need Bob Arum. He has nothing left, and you know, we just don’t need to deal with the guy. I have absolutely no interest in that. … Manny Pacquiao at this point for Floyd Mayweather isn’t an opponent, and I’m not going to talk about that because it’s not going to happen. I have no interest to deal or talk about Bob Arum.

Posted December 28, 2013 4:59 am 


Ray Ray

Havoc- yep you have said that same thing 10 times now…Manny will b remembered as the guy who was riding on Floyds coat tails his career, except 4 the 10 world title fights vs 3 old guys the last who was over 40 and laid him out…….zzzzzzzzzzz please pay my tax Mr Mayweather. Manny will lose 2014.

Posted December 28, 2013 4:57 am 


teflon

I dont think Marquez is a superb counter puncher he just figured Manny out after all the times he fought him. He timed him coming in and lights out it was really simple. Floyd is miles above Marquez he would kill Manny. Pac style leaves him very open to counters thats the problem with throwing lot of shots from all kinds of angles you leave yourself exposed. I dont feel Manny won all those fights with Marquez and he needed a KO for the judges to agree I am glad he finally got his justice. Arum is running on empty and Floyd knows it and it is playing right into his hands. If there is no Marquez 5 that leaves another Tim Bradley rematch or Ruslan, which is Mannys sparring partner one one will be interested in seeing either guys fight Manny. And Arums roosters are coming back to crow because soon he will be out of options. And will have to go outside of Top rank fighters to make some money. Even when Manny fought undefeated Bradley it only did 800,000 ppv. Floyd fought Alverez and it made 3 Million ppv. They are all out of options. Floyd , Garcia, even Maidana. Would be huge for Manny and certainly get him out of Debt but again thanks to Arum we will never see it….

Posted December 28, 2013 4:54 am 


Havoc

Floyd’s legacy will be the undefeated boxer who has the talent of a great cherry picker. He knows who is shot, over the hill, inexperience, drained and many other things he can exploit to get his advantages in the ring plus an undefeated boxer with the skills of so called sweet science aka no excitement, limited actio and boring style of fighting in a combat sport.

Posted December 28, 2013 4:51 am 


Ray Ray

Old coot- what proof do u have of Floyd cheating….just because u say its so doesnt mean it is. Please pay my tax bill Mr Mayweather…..

Posted December 28, 2013 4:47 am 


Old Coot

No matter what nonsense Mayweather’s fans try to reply with, this article is 100% spot-on!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 4:36 am 


Cold Facts

Proud African never went to America. He went to Armenia but couldn`t tell the difference.

Posted December 28, 2013 4:32 am 


Cold Facts

Floyds a drug cheat. A lot of people in the game know this.

Posted December 28, 2013 4:32 am 


Marvin Monzon

FloyMay knows Bob Arum very well, he know how to piss him off, that’s why he make all these mockeries toward Pacquiao because Arum and Pacquiao really want the fight for 2014, and i’m not a big fan of both FloyMay and PacMan or TR & GBP or HBO & ShowTime!

Posted December 28, 2013 4:31 am 


Old Coot

PBF: And I thought I made long posts… But I digress. Anyway, the problem with your argument is that Floyd most like can’t beat Manny… That’s the whole point of why them making the fight happen, is STILL like the 3rd or 4th article on any reputable boxing site and would STILL be the biggest fight in history. Little wonder why so many of Floyd’s fans are dead set on outright dismissing the fight? Hmmm, could it be that you don’t want to see the guy with 5 losses, (3 of them KO’s) be the first to beat and KO Floyd? Yeah… THAT’S it, huh?

Posted December 28, 2013 4:18 am 


Proud African

Born and bred in Africa although I’ve traveled all over the world including America. Like I said pac should first fight Canelo.

Posted December 28, 2013 3:59 am 


Jon

a lot of people are long winded on here. The point of the article remains valid. Mayweather fighting anyone except for Pac or at middleweight is going to be boring since he is so much better than his competition. Mayweather should be a 10 to one favorite against anyone at welter except Pac.

Posted December 28, 2013 3:01 am 


Jay rock

Mayweather and pacman had meeting set this up and we buying it now!

Posted December 28, 2013 2:43 am 


teflon

I dont think he is so much easy as he is irrelevant no one cares about Manny. Manny has never even had 1 million ppv in any of his fights, now the last one he had with Rios didnt even have 495,000 his sales have steady declined and the boxing public dont buy with fights. Even the fight with Bradley had less than 800,000 you see Farm boxer money is all that matters in the world of boxing or in any sports especially Vegas the gambling capitol thanks why a guy like Broner can sell fights betterthan Manny. And if you not making any you on the bottom of the food chain, Again Floyd can careless about Manny. Treat or not he hasnt even avenged his losses to Bradley and Marquez and it is for than reason he is on the decline Marquez said that he will never fight Manny again so that leaves Bradley or his Former sparring partner Ruslan which I an already tell you no one will pay to see either. Dumb people say fear and dont understand that boxing is a buisness and Manny has signed to Bob Arum who has never worked with Golden boy on anyting and it is for this reason alone why the fight can never happen. A contract is binding and Arum has Manny by the balls thats why he is broke. Time Bradley will be next….

Posted December 28, 2013 2:30 am 


J

Mayweathers legacy relies on this fight

Posted December 28, 2013 2:25 am 


Farmboxer

Yeah, you’re right, Joe Louis was knocked out so he should have retired right? Lennox Lewis was knocked out, so he should have retired right? Ali, Frazier, Foreman, ad infinitum, and that’s just the heavyweights………

If Pac were such an easy fight for Void, then Void would have fought him years ago…………Void is allowing fear to control him. Pac would be Void’s biggest payday by far, but again, Void is allowing his fear to control him. It appears that Void’s fans are afraid that Void will fight Pac, that is something they fear most. It is obvious that Void’s fans are as afraid as Void…………..

Posted December 28, 2013 2:10 am 


Mansworld

Farm box I hope this fight does Happen to shut you pactards up. Manny was put to sleep for so long when he woke up he needed a haircut. Manny is done and if he fights Floyd he will get his ass handed to him easily. Actually Tim Bradley will be a tougher fight for Floyd than Manny will. He will get taken to school like the other 46. Pacturds never stop Floyd is not tied to Manny he never will be even if this fight never happens he will be in the boxing hall of fame. And do out undefeated and the richest man in the sport. But no one will nbe able to say any of that about Manny who has 5 loses and is broke. Floyd should donate to charity and help this dumb little imngrant out. And if the fight does happen Pactarrd will use every excuse why Manny lost he was too small he was focused on being president and singing to some people he is like there God. Problem is Manny is tied to Arum who have a contract written in his blood that says who he can fight its a shame your boy sold his sold his soul to the devil. I dont even see a huge public interest in this fight let alone Manny. But Floud really never had control over making the fight happen Arum did and he derailed it manny times.

Posted December 28, 2013 1:48 am 


abeeZY

Whoever wrote this is a idiot

Posted December 28, 2013 1:27 am 


Da UnKnown Comic

Who cares about empty seats? It’s all about ppv buys baby!

Posted December 28, 2013 1:19 am 


Farmboxer

Void, Sr. said that Void, Jr. will never fight Pac. He said that right after Pac stopped Cotto, something Void could not do. Void is extremely afraid of Pac as styles make fights and Void knows this, that is why he has been making excuses for not fighting Pac. If Void were to fight Pac it would be Void’s largest Payday in his career, but his fear of Pac overcomes logic.

IF PAC WERE SUCH AN EASY FIGHT, AS VOID CLAIMS, THEN VOID WOULD HAVE FOUGHT PAC YEARS AGO. How many more excuses will Void come up with? Next, Void will require Pac to divorce his wife before he fights him. Void does not own boxing, we the fans do, without boxing fans the fighters would be nothing! Void refuses to do what the fans want. However, it does appear that most Void fans are afraid for him to fight Pac as they don’t want their woman beating hero to lose a fight.

Really good article…………..

Posted December 28, 2013 1:19 am 


Da UnKnown Comic

See. This is why Floyd did that holiday card teasing manny. I was mad he did it but now I understand why. He feels like he’s not getting the respect he deserves.

Manny got knocked out in SICK fashion and everyone talked about his decline. He wins against a setup opponent and now everyone not only says he’s back, but they are demanding a Floyd fight.

How does manny get KTFO and still get all the respect but he’s 45-0 and gets less respect? I feel your pain dude. I didn’t like what you did to manny with the teasing. But I understand.

Posted December 28, 2013 1:18 am 


Yo MOMMA

—”According to Nevada State Athletic Commission records, all five of Mayweather’s fights between the start of 2009 and mid-2013 (against Juan Manuel Marquez, Shane Mosley, Victor Ortiz, Miguel Cotto, and Robert Guerrero) were contested in front of EMPTY seats. Even with 1,459 complimentary tickets being given away, there were 139 EMPTY seats for Mayweather-Guerrero. More troubling were credible reports that Mayweather-Guerrero registered only 850,000 pay-per-view buys.

Posted December 28, 2013 1:15 am 


Old Coot

If Floyd picks anyone else BUT Manny… BOYCOTT!!… Let his relatively few, die hards pay to see that crap.

Posted December 28, 2013 1:10 am 


Mansworld

Floyd can careless about Manny. He really wants to see how desperate. Manny and Arum gets and this time they will have no choice but to agree to his terms and thats the way its looking because Manny is broke and running out of worthy fighters too make some serious money he has to stop fighting the Rios, Marquez and the Bradleys because no one is interested in seeing those fights. And he needs to start winning big beating guys down like he use to then and only then will Floyd fight him.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:58 am 


teflon

Catch weight or not it dont even matter its all about skills and no one has the skills to beat Floyd and its just that simple Alverez is a beast and he mad him look like a boy fighting a man. CJ Ross must have lost her dam mind she had to be working for the bookies vegas ia a gambling town. Manny fought guys like Oscar, and Cotto at welter. Floyd beat them both at 154 these guys where dehyrated when they fought Manny. Pac cannot beat moblie fighters either. The only guys he has beat are typical stand in from and slug it out fighters aka latino/mexican. Guys with rythm and mobility will who him. AKA Brother only back guys he beat was Shane who was old as hell and Clottey at a catch weight and he has no skills. You will never see Manny fight Floyd, He never dominated Bradley who has no defense and no bite on his punches. Manny hasnt looked good in his last 4 fights. No one wants to fight him because Arum robs them, Marquex turned down a 5 fight. Manny will loose again in 2014. He needs to go back on the P.E.D.S

Posted December 28, 2013 12:50 am 


8====D

Suck this Floyd. 8====D

Posted December 28, 2013 12:44 am 


The Sheriff of Nottingham

PBF: Filibuster is strictly prohibited here at ESB. Please stop or we will throw your ass in the tower and chain you to a wall where you will starve to death. Got it??

Posted December 28, 2013 12:41 am 


Yo MOMMA

–“Being the A-side is about having leverage,” Ellerbe fired back. “We’re ALWAYS going to put every opponent at a DISADVANTAGE if we can.”

- I believe this is what Mayweather is trying to do with Pacquioa.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:41 am 


Detroitko

Avoids and fears? Are you cross eyed? Flloyd dominates Canelo but avoids pacman? You make no sense

Posted December 28, 2013 12:40 am 


Yo MOMMA

—”Thereafter, Ellerbe stated publicly that the Alvarez camp had begun the negotiations with an offer to fight at a catchweight and declared, “His management is inept. We take advantage of those kinds of things. They suggested it. Why would we say no and do something different. They put him at a disadvantage, his management did. It wasn’t that Floyd asked for a catchweight because, absolutely, that did not happen. Floyd would have fought him regardless. His management put that out there. So if you have an idiot manager, that’s what it is.”

The Alvarez camp responded by saying that Ellerbe was lying.

“Why would I give up weight?” Canelo asked rhetorically. “I’m the 154-pound champion. When the negotiations started, they wanted me to go down to 147, then 150, then 151, finally 152. I said I’d do it to make the fight. But it’s not right that they’re lying about it. I don’t want to fight two pounds below the weight class, but it was the only way I could get the fight.”

“Being the A-side is about having leverage,” Ellerbe fired back. “We’re always going to put every opponent at a disadvantage if we can.”

Posted December 28, 2013 12:38 am 


will

I think May jr proved a point overcomming canelo (As overrated as you feel he was he was a solid prospect tested only on the prev fight b fore may) The thing is May, aside from the shot to ortiz, has been tactical but boring. Muhammad ali, mike tyson, roy jones jr, sugar ray leanord are fighters that took on the best opposition out there and were exciting. I dont care about your status of retireing undefeated if you haven’t faced all the opposition that was outthere. Thruth is floyd will be forgotten the day he retires, hthe exclamation point in his career is a win over manny, he knows this he can retire rich, undefeated, pound for ppound etc, but that fight would put hhim on a legendary level. (Sidenote. I can,t belive khan is an option i would not watch that fight if somebody paid me.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:37 am 


Mansworld

This article is garbage Floyd can pick any guy he wants to fight.. Manny is hoping and praying he picks him. Because he is broke and the reality is no one buys his fights. Unlike Floyd his fights sell out vegas. Manny needs him he dont need Manny, Pac is certainly on the decline in every form and fashion, he dont knock guys out anymore he fights bums like Rios and his tickets dont sell, Really no one besides his loyal Pactards which are a few are even intrested in him and Tahnks to Arum he is broke. He is loosing all around and his only hope is t land a fight with Floyd even though it will do nothing to get him out of Debt. No way a guy gets Koed by Marquez can be a treat to Floyd.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:36 am 


Yo MOMMA

–“What’s this fight going to do for my legacy?” Floyd asked before squaring off against Ricky Hatton two-and-a-half years ago. “I got no fake answer. It’s not going to do nothing for my legacy. I’m fighting because I’m a business man. I’m like Bob Barker. ‘Come on down.’ If the price is right, let’s make it happen.”

- I think the money would be with Pacquioa, dont ya?

Posted December 28, 2013 12:30 am 


Floyd XYLOCAINE Mayweather

KILLA
STOP buying PPV for Mayweather and GBP and see how fast Al Haymond and Showtime get rid of his Black Asssssssss.

……………………………………………………………………………………….

niceeeee

Posted December 28, 2013 12:29 am 


Cold Facts

Hey Proud African, have you asked you local warlord if you can get a satellite dish for your village yet?

Posted December 28, 2013 12:24 am 


Floyd XYLOCAINE Mayweather

When talking about facts and just facts then Floyd is a proved juicer of Xylocaine.
It’s an open fact.
Floyd wins are a contributions of Xylocaine and we dont know what would have happened if he was fighting without Xylocaine.And this is the guy who wanrs to clean up the sport.
Why would a fighter use a pain killer like Xylocaine for her hands? Why would someone numb there hands before a fight with Xylocaine? Floyd’s fight with Mosley had a cut off date for rbt, dont we all know that? lol
I told u all this guy floyd is a joke.
hard work hard work hard work.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:20 am 


Turb0-H@mster..

Mayweather should agree to release the results of all his previous drug tests.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:16 am 


Boxer

On the real us the boxing public for the good of boxing need to somehow make this fight happen we’re doing a good job so far I mean just read the articles their making it sound like khan can really give Floyd problems even maidana can beat Floyd now according to them, let’s keep letting it be known that you 2 need to fight.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:13 am 


KILLA

STOP buying PPV for Mayweather and GBP and see how fast Al Haymond and Showtime get rid of his Black Asssssssss.

Posted December 28, 2013 12:12 am 


PBF

The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat

Posted December 28, 2013 12:10 am 


Ghetto Thug

Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:05 am 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:04 am 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:03 am 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:01 am 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:01 am 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!!!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:01 am 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:00 am 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!!!

Posted December 28, 2013 12:00 am 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!!

Posted December 27, 2013 11:59 pm 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!

Posted December 27, 2013 11:59 pm 


Ray Ray

Ha ha now manny needs Floyd 2 get outta debt ha ha…..borrow some coin off Arum

Posted December 27, 2013 11:57 pm 


PBF

The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defenseThe only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far alon

Posted December 27, 2013 11:53 pm 


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The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defenseThe only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far alon

Posted December 27, 2013 11:52 pm 


Floyd XYLOCAINE Mayweather

@PBF

What legacy are you talking about?
Plz define the word legacy for me in ur own words.

Posted December 27, 2013 11:48 pm 


PBF

The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defenseThe only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far alon

Posted December 27, 2013 11:45 pm 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!.

Posted December 27, 2013 11:44 pm 


Yo MOMMA

According to Nevada State Athletic Commission records, all five of Mayweather’s fights between the start of 2009 and mid-2013 (against Juan Manuel Marquez, Shane Mosley, Victor Ortiz, Miguel Cotto, and Robert Guerrero) were contested in front of EMPTY seats. Even with 1,459 complimentary tickets being given away, there were 139 EMPTY seats for Mayweather-Guerrero. More troubling were credible reports that Mayweather-Guerrero registered only 850,000 pay-per-view buys.

Posted December 27, 2013 11:43 pm 


PBF

The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense. The only thing good that could come out of a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight now is that it would attract a lot of fan interest, but it wouldn’t mean much for Mayweather’s legacy to beat Pacquiao now. Pacquiao has lost 2 out of his last 3 fights, and his promoter Bob Arum had to back him off of good opposition and put him in against one of his struggling Top Rank stable fighters Brandon Rios for Pacquiao to stop losing.Rios had been beaten in his last fight by Mike Alvarado, and dominated by Richard Abril last year in a sad robbery where Rios was given the win.Pacquiao has already been beaten by Juan Manuel Marquez, Tim Bradley and Erik Morales. Pacquiao’s biggest wins in the last four years have been catch-weight fights against Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. As far as Pacquiao’s other wins, he doesn’t have a lot to show to his record. His two wins over Marquez were controversial as well his draw with him, and Pacquiao’s other victories over Ricky Hatton, Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya, Joshua Clottey and Brandon Rios were nothing special given the opponent and/or the time in their careers when he fought them.Mayweather beat a prime Juan Manuel Marquez with ease. That fight there is something that Pacquiao could never do. Mayweather also has wins over Ricky Hatton [long before Pacquiao beat him], Cotto, Victor Ortiz, Robert Guerrero, Zab Judah [in his prime], Arturo Gatti, Jose Luis Castillo, Diego Corrales, and Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.I really don’t think a win over Pacquiao would make that much difference in Mayweather’s legacy, to be honest. I don’t think Pacquiao would have beaten De La Hoya in 2007, and I definitely don’t think Pacquiao could beat Canelo without a strength-draining catch-weight handicap. To me, Canelo would beat Pacquiao and knock him out at 154.It’s really too late for a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight doing anything for either of their legacies. The fight is too far along in their careers and the winner would be seen as little more than the guy that had a little bit left in the tank rather than the fighter who would have won it in their prime.I have no doubts in my mind that Mayweather would dominate Pacquiao in his prime. Mayweather would be too skilled for Pacquiao with his sloppy defense.

Posted December 27, 2013 11:40 pm 


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I and Showtime wanted Floyd to fight Manny but what can I do? Wow article. Kudos, Reni!

Posted December 27, 2013 11:35 pm 


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Reni M. ValenzuelaPosted on December 27, 2013Share4Tweet41The issue is no longer between Pacquiao and Mayweather or between Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions. It has come to a point that the “unbeaten” boxer has to contend with the entire boxing world excluding puppets.There’s not much problem with a boxer avoiding another boxer. But for a boxer to belittle the boxer he avoids and fears, malign and mock him with a litany of unfounded accusations, and then proclaims himself to be the best on the planet, it is the height of irony and delusion combined for any fans, aficionados and media to continue believing and supporting such a boxer.Nothing is more defined than this: Boxing will have to ever say NO to Amir Khan, Marcos Maidana, Devon Alexander, Danny Garcia or any other Mayweather “solid guys” as future opponents for Mayweather until the fight with the eight-division champion “not on his level” is made first. Floyd’s latest vulgarity using social media proves one thing: He defies and challenges YOU, the people.Brash Mayweather wouldn’t be thinking he rules boxing if he is not getting away with his despotic impudence. He wouldn’t be treating people as fools if he does not see people acting as fools by watching and getting interested in his “cherry-picked” fights while ducking certain opponents at the same time; by worshipping the perfectly maneuvered “perfect” record, and by enjoying Mayweather ring “shows” to exhibit superb skills in safe vaudeville.Floyd behaves poorly being convinced that all of boxing is stupid to bring him millions of dum-dum dollars using the sport and people as stupid lucrative enterprise. No wonder he can throw and dishonor the World Boxing Council’s welterweight title as easy as he spews out a chewing gum.If Mayweather dreads being hit by an arch rival, he should be into playing chess or Hollywood action movies, not competitive boxing. And if Mayweather cannot be brave enough to face the Filipino icon, we would rather have him retired now than let him dupe boxing in perpetuity and make the biggest fool out of us all.How can Money May be declared the Fighter of the Year when he is more of an actor and businessman in boxing than a fighter? Disgrace. His “abandonment” of the WBC belt in order to avoid a mandatory challenger should be more than a cause to disqualify him as a recipient of any sports award.Under what sane criteria will a normal person ever think of a champion being “so good” to be declared the Fighter of the Year for 2013 or any year (past, present and future) if he continues avoiding toughest oppositions to threaten his throne, a la King Herod? A concerned Mayweather “lover” emailed this writer: “If a boxer who dodges a fellow boxer they call a coward, what do you call those who praise the coward?”Don’t you have in your list the names of rising greats to choose from as worthy receivers of the 2013 Fighter of the Year award? Those who didn’t duck yet emerged victorious and exhibited gallantry and skill extraordinaire like Danny Garcia, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Timothy Bradley, Ruslan Provodnikov, Sergey Kovalev, Mickey Garcia, Adonis Stevenson, Gennady Golovkin or even Manny Pacquiao for having proven “experts” and history wrong by fearlessly coming back smarter and stronger from a terrible devastating knockout loss?Very clear: It’s Pacman or never for Floyd. The “Mayweather vs. Pacquiao” is THE MATCHUP – the one most compelling NEXT “show” for the pound-for-pound “number one.”Pardon the pundits whose opinions and pieces achieve nothing good – or nothing but build obstructions to the mega bout. We openly discourse about Mayweather only by virtue and in light of Pacman as his mandatory and compulsory succeeding opponent, without putting into the picture other “solid guys” lined up for Mayweather by Mayweather.Try doing that simple step and the popularly clamored, long-overdue event in boxing is certain to be realized soon. Or if not, Floyd will be constrained to hang up his gloves which in turn would validate the “duck and scare” issue to be true without an iota of doubt – to greatly affect his legacy as aptly suggested by ESPN’s Dan Rafael.But if Mayweather retires under such circumstance, at least boxing is healed of one lingering illness and finally relieved of the “impossible dream” that creates chaos and divisiveness. At least boxing is freed from a “star” that robs the limelight from true warriors in the sport like Andre Ward and those earlier mentioned.The choice obviously has narrowed down between People Power and Herod Power.What can a “Floyd Mayweather Jr.” do but comport himself to be man enough who overcomes his frights by finally dancing with Pacquiao if all sectors in boxing are UNITED and DETERMINED to do what’s right for Floyd, healthy for the sport and beneficial for the people?There is hope, though, as long as Christmas is CHRISTmas everyday. And it behooves the pound-for-pound superstars to initiate the talk. It is up to Mayweather or Pacquiao to grab the phone and set a meeting between their respective teams as soon as possible, sans Bob Arum.But while we say no to every prospective opponent for Mayweather except Pacman, boxing will have to likewise say no to Bradley or any other probable challengers for the Arum cash cow until all means are exhausted to produce the “Mayweather vs. Pacquiao.” Or, upon having exhausted reason during formal talks, timid Floyd would insist on his habit of ducking.Pacquiao would be better off without Arum and he’d be wise to leave Top Rank in favor of another or his own promotional outfit but not Golden Boy or Mayweather Promotions when his contract with Top Rank ends in the coming year. Though, Floyd’s date with Manny under Arum in May 2014 stands tough and strong. No delays.Top Rank has a role to play in the said grand event production, but with Golden Boy and Mayweather Promotions as prime movers. “Big Boss” Bob has no reason to be unyielding to “reason-required” terms because, otherwise, his hubris this time may spell doom to his promotional outfit.In what manner can Mayweather be acceptably accorded the “Fighter of the Year” honor from the year he started shying away from solidly genuine contests up to the year he refuses to fight a boxer he ridicules and whom the world longs to see him fight? None whatsoever.So simple to end all these controversies and debates: Compel them to fight.To Floyd “believers”: Instead of defending him in vain, why not just do your best convincing your boy to come to grips with his unfounded fear? You cannot gauge a boxer just by looking at him superficially. Dig deep down and you’ll be in a better position to see the real stuff. A soldier who loses courage loses all battles though he may win some. Like it or not, Manny Pacquiao serves to be the ultimate measuring stick for the pampered, extremely flatterBOXING NEWS AND VIEWS

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No to any Mayweather opponent but Manny Pacquiao

Reni M. ValenzuelaPosted on December 27, 2013Share4Tweet41The issue is no longer between Pacquiao and Mayweather or between Top Rank and Golden Boy Promotions. It has come to a point that the “unbeaten” boxer has to contend with the entire boxing world excluding puppets.There’s not much problem with a boxer avoiding another boxer. But for a boxer to belittle the boxer he avoids and fears, malign and mock him with a litany of unfounded accusations, and then proclaims himself to be the best on the planet, it is the height of irony and delusion combined for any fans, aficionados and media to continue believing and supporting such a boxer.Nothing is more defined than this: Boxing will have to ever say NO to Amir Khan, Marcos Maidana, Devon Alexander, Danny Garcia or any other Mayweather “solid guys” as future opponents for Mayweather until the fight with the eight-division champion “not on his level” is made first. Floyd’s latest vulgarity using social media proves one thing: He defies and challenges YOU, the people.Brash Mayweather wouldn’t be thinking he rules boxing if he is not getting away with his despotic impudence. He wouldn’t be treating people as fools if he does not see people acting as fools by watching and getting interested in his “cherry-picked” fights while ducking certain opponents at the same time; by worshipping the perfectly maneuvered “perfect” record, and by enjoying Mayweather ring “shows” to exhibit superb skills in safe vaudeville.Floyd behaves poorly being convinced that all of boxing is stupid to bring him millions of dum-dum dollars using the sport and people as stupid lucrative enterprise. No wonder he can throw and dishonor the World Boxing Council’s welterweight title as easy as he spews out a chewing gum.If Mayweather dreads being hit by an arch rival, he should be into playing chess or Hollywood action movies, not competitive boxing. And if Mayweather cannot be brave enough to face the Filipino icon, we would rather have him retired now than let him dupe boxing in perpetuity and make the biggest fool out of us all.How can Money May be declared the Fighter of the Year when he is more of an actor and businessman in boxing than a fighter? Disgrace. His “abandonment” of the WBC belt in order to avoid a mandatory challenger should be more than a cause to disqualify him as a recipient of any sports award.Under what sane criteria will a normal person ever think of a champion being “so good” to be declared the Fighter of the Year for 2013 or any year (past, present and future) if he continues avoiding toughest oppositions to threaten his throne, a la King Herod? A concerned Mayweather “lover” emailed this writer: “If a boxer who dodges a fellow boxer they call a coward, what do you call those who praise the coward?”Don’t you have in your list the names of rising greats to choose from as worthy receivers of the 2013 Fighter of the Year award? Those who didn’t duck yet emerged victorious and exhibited gallantry and skill extraordinaire like Danny Garcia, Guillermo Rigondeaux, Timothy Bradley, Ruslan Provodnikov, Sergey Kovalev, Mickey Garcia, Adonis Stevenson, Gennady Golovkin or even Manny Pacquiao for having proven “experts” and history wrong by fearlessly coming back smarter and stronger from a terrible devastating knockout loss?Very clear: It’s Pacman or never for Floyd. The “Mayweather vs. Pacquiao” is THE MATCHUP – the one most compelling NEXT “show” for the pound-for-pound “number one.”Pardon the pundits whose opinions and pieces achieve nothing good – or nothing but build obstructions to the mega bout. We openly discourse about Mayweather only by virtue and in light of Pacman as his mandatory and compulsory succeeding opponent, without putting into the picture other “solid guys” lined up for Mayweather by Mayweather.Try doing that simple step and the popularly clamored, long-overdue event in boxing is certain to be realized soon. Or if not, Floyd will be constrained to hang up his gloves which in turn would validate the “duck and scare” issue to be true without an iota of doubt – to greatly affect his legacy as aptly suggested by ESPN’s Dan Rafael.But if Mayweather retires under such circumstance, at least boxing is healed of one lingering illness and finally relieved of the “impossible dream” that creates chaos and divisiveness. At least boxing is freed from a “star” that robs the limelight from true warriors in the sport like Andre Ward and those earlier mentioned.The choice obviously has narrowed down between People Power and Herod Power.What can a “Floyd Mayweather Jr.” do but comport himself to be man enough who overcomes his frights by finally dancing with Pacquiao if all sectors in boxing are UNITED and DETERMINED to do what’s right for Floyd, healthy for the sport and beneficial for the people?There is hope, though, as long as Christmas is CHRISTmas everyday. And it behooves the pound-for-pound superstars to initiate the talk. It is up to Mayweather or Pacquiao to grab the phone and set a meeting between their respective teams as soon as possible, sans Bob Arum.But while we say no to every prospective opponent for Mayweather except Pacman, boxing will have to likewise say no to Bradley or any other probable challengers for the Arum cash cow until all means are exhausted to produce the “Mayweather vs. Pacquiao.” Or, upon having exhausted reason during formal talks, timid Floyd would insist on his habit of ducking.Pacquiao would be better off without Arum and he’d be wise to leave Top Rank in favor of another or his own promotional outfit but not Golden Boy or Mayweather Promotions when his contract with Top Rank ends in the coming year. Though, Floyd’s date with Manny under Arum in May 2014 stands tough and strong. No delays.Top Rank has a role to play in the said grand event production, but with Golden Boy and Mayweather Promotions as prime movers. “Big Boss” Bob has no reason to be unyielding to “reason-required” terms because, otherwise, his hubris this time may spell doom to his promotional outfit.In what manner can Mayweather be acceptably accorded the “Fighter of the Year” honor from the year he started shying away from solidly genuine contests up to the year he refuses to fight a boxer he ridicules and whom the world longs to see him fight? None whatsoever.So simple to end all these controversies and debates: Compel them to fight.To Floyd “believers”: Instead of defending him in vain, why not just do your best convincing your boy to come to grips with his unfounded fear? You cannot gauge a boxer just by looking at him superficially. Dig deep down and you’ll be in a better position to see the real stuff. A soldier who loses courage loses all battles though he may win some. Like it or not, Manny Pacquiao serves to be the ultimate measuring stick for the pampered, extremely flattered “champion.”This is no hating Mayweather, just loving truth more than him.I mean truth, not “facts.”d “champion.”This is no hating Mayweather, just loving truth more than him.I mean truth, not “facts.”

Posted December 27, 2013 11:33 pm 


Ghetto Thug

I was going to start Reading this “article” whean I saw who the writter was and I realized is Napcquiao`s BIGGEST nuthugger Reni Valenzuela, so I decided not to read it, this moron must be very butthurt cuz Floyd “TBE” Mayweather was CORRECTLY named the fighter of the year, I can imagen all the bullcrap and venom he is spitting all around and his zombie hecdoc/Chicago guy agreeing to it with no hesitation, this crap is getting old and boring… YAWN!!!!!

Posted December 27, 2013 11:32 pm 


BLUESMAN

If Mayweather and Pacquiao can’t reach an agreement, they can BOTH RETIRE, and save us loyal boxing fans the anxiety and heartbreak!

Posted December 27, 2013 11:22 pm 


FOCK FLOYD MAYWEATHER

Yes good article dont buy his ppv dont pay attention to that clown

Posted December 27, 2013 11:05 pm 


Diege Ramirez

I agree Moonshineman, dont watch mayweather until he bout manny

Posted December 27, 2013 11:02 pm 


Gallinas de Puelto Lico

Now thats a good point. Has anyone here actually seen anywhere on the web where Mayweather “verbally” stated he WANTS TO FIGHT Pacquioa??? Has Mayweather every told the media ” YES I want to fight Pacquioa.” Or is just the same excuses as to why the fight cant be made?

Posted December 27, 2013 10:59 pm 


moonshineman

Take the pledge. No Mayweather support till he fights Pacquiao. It’s time the Fans stuck together. To get the fights they want.

Posted December 27, 2013 10:49 pm 


Master Ken

Canelo Alverez WAS NOT a “Cherry picked” opponent LOL …. NO MATTER WHO FLOYD FIGHTS THE AUTHOR OF THS ARTICLE WILL ALWAYS HOLD HIS BIAS TOWARDS FLOYD.

Posted December 27, 2013 10:30 pm 


Floyd XYLOCAINE Mayweather

it’s not hate ,We want action packed fights and not snooze fests.

Posted December 27, 2013 10:21 pm 


Bino

This writer should get his head out of Pacquiaos ass before he writes an article.

Posted December 27, 2013 10:13 pm 


Tall Mike

You bigots will try every angle. Why not boycott Pacquiao’s fights, all his opponents are coming off a loss. Your majority is decreasing, hahaha TMT

Posted December 27, 2013 10:10 pm 


HatersBeWare

PAC is afraid of Bradley. He shows no interest in fighting hm again. Those shots Bradley hit PAC with mst have hurt him, as he is scared. Bradley was in the fight of year with Provo, and beat the man who nearly killed PAC easily. Why don’t people cry about that. PAC is coward…

Posted December 27, 2013 9:43 pm 


Fight Aficionado

“If Mayweather would just consistently state that he WANTS to fight Pacquiao but Bob Arum is the reason it won’t happen I’d be more inclined to believe him. He however just comes up with varying reasons why he shouldn’t fight Pacquaio.” – Raybans is correct. Floyd has never said he actually wants to fight Pac. He just lists his various-ever changing reasons why he should not fight Pac.

Posted December 27, 2013 9:38 pm 


Whocares

Excellent article, could not agree more!

Posted December 27, 2013 9:33 pm 


Bulawayo2

Tachyon,
Adama is from West Africa, he has fought 26 times losing three, and has sixteen ko’s. He has never been stopped and in a recent fight went twelve rounds with Geale, ( When he was a Champion ) narrowly losing. Geale you will remember is one of those guys that GGG is avoiding ( Joke ) and Adama is another bum!

Posted December 27, 2013 9:20 pm 


Gallinas y trannys de Puelto Lico

From Top Rank:

“Arum said that it could be either WBO Welterweight champ Tim Bradley or Marquez for Pacman’s April fight. However, with the poor PPV and gates receipt results of the last Pacquiao vs. Bradley showdown, Marquez might be the only choice on his roster of fighters.”

—-There you have it kids. Pacquioa needs Marquez not the other way around. Without Marquez Pacquioa is nothing.

Posted December 27, 2013 9:18 pm 


Gallinas y trannys de Puelto Lico

I agree with TACHYON on this one.

Posted December 27, 2013 9:17 pm 


Gallinas y trannys de Puelto Lico

From Top Rank:

“Arum said that it could be either WBO Welterweight champ Tim Bradley or Marquez for Pacman’s April fight. However, with the poor PPV and gates receipt results of the last Pacquiao vs. Bradley showdown, Marquez might be the only choice on his roster of fighters.”

There you have it kids. Pacquioa needs Marquez not the other way around. Without Marquez Pacquioa is nothing.

Posted December 27, 2013 9:16 pm 


Tachyon

Anonymous with only 400k PPV returns last fight not to many people showing interest in Pac. Other than a few die hard fans on ESB Pac stock is the crapper even Arum has no clue what to do wit Pac. From the business end might be time to cut bait.

Posted December 27, 2013 9:14 pm 


Proud african who never visited africa

lol

Posted December 27, 2013 9:11 pm 


Anonymous

Proud African you don’t have the right to put proud to your nick if you and your ilk continue to support your idol’s bs. Except for flomos like you, most juantards, pactards and other turds wants this fight.

Posted December 27, 2013 9:07 pm 


Tachyon

Who is ths Adama guy claiming he will whupp Triple G? Anyone ever seen this guy fight? Is he any good or hitting the pipe?

Posted December 27, 2013 9:05 pm 


Tachyon

Other than you peeps on ESB I don’t see the world clamoring for Pac. No matter who May fights his PPV will fly while Pac on the other hand is stuck in Arum quick sand and sinking fast. bob knows he must hold on to the one title in his corner so he will keep passing it around to his fighters leaving Pac out in the cold. To be honest I think Pac makes fear more money if he breaks away for Arum.

Posted December 27, 2013 9:00 pm 


Losing Patience Too!

To Proud African why dont you wear dress if you’re a man?

Posted December 27, 2013 9:00 pm 


Raybans

If Mayweather would just consistently state that he WANTS to fight Pacquiao but Bob Arum is the reason it won’t happen I’d be more inclined to believe him. He however just comes up with varying reasons why he shouldn’t fight Pacquaio which doesn’t make much sense because Pacquiao is still his biggest fight; will bring him tonnes of cash and finally shut everyone up plus add an atg to his resume. Fights with anyone else at Welterweight just don’t really make any sense in comparison.

Posted December 27, 2013 8:57 pm 


Losing patience!

Just do it Floyd

Posted December 27, 2013 8:52 pm 


Yo MOMMA

Fan- and if runs like a roadrunner it may just be Mayweather too.

Posted December 27, 2013 8:51 pm 


Fan

If it walks like a .. And quacks like a …. It must be a duckweather

Posted December 27, 2013 8:49 pm 


Proud African

Why doesn’t the writer ask Pac to fight Canelo first?

Posted December 27, 2013 8:46 pm 


The Champ

Down with Arum together with the ducker

Posted December 27, 2013 8:41 pm 


The Prince

You’re late again Reni. Arum already said Pacquiao is not fighting Floyd in May, and he probably won’t have Manny fight Floyd in September either. Arum controls who Pacquiao fights. Floyd controls himself. That’s the difference between the two.

Posted December 27, 2013 8:39 pm 


john smith

have to stop supporting his fight we want to see the fight

Posted December 27, 2013 8:31 pm 



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