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Hidalg0

Now that’s nasty, Ernie! OMG!

Posted March 25, 2014 4:52 pm 


Hidalg0

Did you all hear about the hockey game between two leper colonies? There was a face off.

Posted March 25, 2014 10:03 am 


Pac Hater Killer

Hec Dog is Vice Ganda LOL

Posted March 24, 2014 5:26 pm 


Hec Dog

Manny Pacquiao is arguably the greatest prize fighter of all time, and with good cause. Manny Pacquiao’s answers and body language cannot be deciphered by what a person thinks he sees. Everyone has their own perception, and it’s ludicrous to think Manny is even remotely unsure. Trust me, I know the man better than most, and if there is someone qualified to read the man, it’s me. First off, I think it would appropriate to have a qualified translator to get Manny’s point across clearly. He occasionally has difficulty using the correct words to describe what he wants to get across. If he was explaining something in his native language, there would be no miscommunication in any way. Secondly, Timothy Bradley is trying to ruffle his own feathers by talking the talk, and posing like he’s always been confident that he could beat manny Pacquiao. He sure was singing a different song after their first fight. Bradley now beats an aging Marquez, and now he thinks he has the strategy and ability to beat a Manny Pacquiao that he sees as lacking in confidence and has lost his killer instinct. Fighters don’t lose their killer instinct. They lose their will to compete. Manny Pacquiao has lot neither. As a matter of fact, as I closely watch and study Manany Pacquiao, I see a Monster that is about to painfully destroy anyone, not just Timothy Bradley. Manny Pacquiao will begin his second reign of terror as readies himself to beat Bradley, Garcia, Porter, Broner, Canelo and Mikey Garcia. Do not underestimate a fighter of Manny Pacquiao’s ability and intelligence. If Ped Man Marquez wants another fight, please come on and bring that beat up, substance abused, fragile body to the table so that the ring legend, Manny Pacquiao ends your career for good. Floyd obviously wants no part of Manny, and once he sees Manny destroy Timothy Bradley, Mayweather will keep his phone off and doors locked. I took a glimpse of Manny’s sparring earlier, and I will tell you one thing right now. Manny will stop Bradley inside of 4 rounds or no later than 9. Ali, Duran, Robinson, Bruce Lee, Hulk Hogan, Leonard, Chavez, GSP or any other fighter beats manny Pacquiao when he is physically and mentally ready and focused, no one. Forget the cold that he had. Forget his age. Forget who’s in his camp. A few things you don’t forget about Manny Pacquiao is his extraordinary boxing skills. You don’t forget his God given natural power. You don’t forget what he is capable of doing. And you don’t forget that this fighting machine is one of a kind. He will do what everyone thinks he can’t do. Keep your eyes open on April 12 because Manny Pacquiao will defeat Timothy Bradley in a dramatic and stunning fashion. Once the fight is over, everyone will believe and agree that Manny Pacquiao should be considered the greatest fighting machine of all time. Don’t miss this fight. Manny is going to do something special. Trust me on this. Manny is the best!

Posted March 24, 2014 3:41 pm 


TARK

Tomato Can Stan.., “De La Hoya never should of holstered the jab; it was working well for him.”

He DIDN’T holster it… He threw more jabs at Mayweather in the 2nd half of the fight. Floyd was learning more about fighting Oscar round by round.

Posted March 24, 2014 2:56 pm 


Moonshineman

birdhead

Pac loves to fight Mayweather leftovers
Posted March 23, 2014 10:44 pm

What was Cotto?.

Posted March 24, 2014 2:42 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

““Floyd outboxed De La Hoya by a million miles…” de la Hoya never should of holstered the lab; it was working well for him. Pumping out a jab for 12 rounds is utterly exhausting, and de la Hoya had notorious stamina issues.

Posted March 24, 2014 2:05 pm 


Hidalg0

“Floyd outboxed De La Hoya by a million miles…”

Yet De la Hoya finished that fight with hardly a mark on his face.

Posted March 24, 2014 10:39 am 


Anonymous

TKO- Damn. I aint black and even that hurt.

Posted March 24, 2014 10:28 am 


GMAN

@TKO and lhis liked minded friends

Its sad for you to even to get to a place in your head to write this. One you never took a history class in school or even went to school. Secondly you knowlege about boxing is stupid. How do you argue against someone who undefeated highest paid athlete in sports and hold two belts. Pac is special but hate will not make him beat Mayweather. As far as African American status go to look in the white house. We should never get to this point of lying on facts because in sports the outcome will always be deicided. Humble yourself because one day you will have kids and to you want them to think that their dad is that stupid. Read you history and open your mind. ok just bet against Mayweather and feel your pain. Stay up. Grow up and read.

Posted March 24, 2014 9:47 am 


soda popinski

first and for most i want to say that ive been watching tim bradley since and before the junior whitter fight and he is a great fighter.i also believe that all thou a spirited fight he lost the first fight with paqiou just based on activity.i also agree that paqiou has lost his killer instinct, energy like that isnt ment to last.but i also believe in metemorhus,transfermation.he might not be as agressive as before but he can now box a little bit better and set up his shots and more importanlty not get hit as much.i for 1 will buy this fight just to see paqiou get his revenge, or see his demise.i owe paqiou that, hes given me some of the best memories of my life.

Posted March 24, 2014 12:59 am 


TARK

Floyd outboxed De La Hoya by a million miles… It’s like that judge C.J. Ross in the Canelo fight… Kazcmerek is just as blind as Ross.

I hope these 2 judges never work together.. It’s like assigning Duane Ford and C.J. Ross to the same fight.

Only assign one idiot at a time to any one fight.

Posted March 24, 2014 12:54 am 


Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao, arguably the greatest fighter of all time will have no mercy on Timothy Bradley this time around. Some of you must recall that Manny came back from the loss to Ped Man Marquez, took a year off and put on one of the greatest boxing clinics ever seen. No one had ever thought that Manny Pacquiao could reinvent himself from the greatest offensive fighting machine in boxing history to a graceful, agile, poetic boxer with a defensive mechanism that only technology could create. A master performance that no one expected. The crowd in attendance gasped in awe as they witnessed Manny Pacquiao turn boxing into an art of beauty. This is a man that no one thought could ever come back. Today, he continues adding to his legend at the famous Wild Card Gym. One sparring partner for Manny Pacquiao, Lydel Rhodes said after sparring the legend “I can’t see his punches coming.” This gives you an inside glance as to what Timothy Bradley will be up against. There are current rumors at the Wild Card gym that sparring partners for Manny have given orders to their trainers to actually yell out “Incoming” 5 seconds before Manny throws his punches. Manny Pacquiao is on fire right now, and he means business. I have been following Manny Pacquiao for awhile, and I can tell you with certainty that Timothy Bradley will be stopped before round 4 or no later than round 9. Forget what Manny seems like or what Timothy Bradley says, Manny is correct when he says “My time is not yet over.” Every great fighter has more in the tank than people know. We know of a handful of great fighters that have suffered bad defeats only to come back with devastating wins. This will be the case with Manny Pacquiao. He is a fighter that stands alone and a foot above any fighter that has ever stepped into the boxing ring. Most boxing observers and fans have seen only half of what Manny Pacquiao is capable of. Those that don’t like Manny Pacquiao are coming up with their wishful thinking as to why he won’t be the same. Mayweather and Ped Man Marquez are shaking in their shoes hoping Manny doesn’t win. They fear what monster has been let loose. The heart beat of Boxing is riding on Manny Pacquiao. More fans in the USA are pulling for Manny to win this fight than in the Philippines, and that speaks volumes about Manny Pacquiao’s popularity and the love people have for him. His current training in Los Angeles has set attendance records at Griffith Park from fans wanting to catch a glimpse of this warrior. The world will stop for a brief moment on April 12 because this is an event of epic proportions. Manny’s time is not finished yet, and he’s going to prove it on April 12, trust me on this. Manny is the best!

Posted March 23, 2014 11:31 pm 


Auzbox

I admit Manny waited for Floyd to beat Oscar, Hatton and Mosley. After Floyd toyed with Marquez I thought Manny could take him. My bad.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:56 pm 


Auzbox

I like watching the MALE ASAP dancers.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:53 pm 


Auzbox

Torrecampo
Singsurat
Hussein
Sanchez
Morales
Marquez
Marquez
Marquez
Bradley
Marquez

Posted March 23, 2014 10:52 pm 


Auzbox

I admit Hussein had Manny down for 11 seconds

Posted March 23, 2014 10:51 pm 


Auzbox

I whack off to a shirtless Pacquiao

Posted March 23, 2014 10:50 pm 


jinkee pacquiao

My real name is Auzbox. Im ugly and need plastic surgery from Dr. Bello.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:49 pm 


jinkee pacquiao

Pactards….where 5 losses is a virtue lol.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:47 pm 


jinkee pacquiao

What is a 3K Battery and how do you get KTFO by one? Lmfao

Posted March 23, 2014 10:46 pm 


birdhead

Pac loves to fight Mayweather leftovers

Posted March 23, 2014 10:44 pm 


birdhead

Pactards its pathetic when you use my moniker. Anyway its Manny who pulled out of the March 2010 fight. Mayweather is already an ATG.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:43 pm 


Auzbox

Teflon: PAC has no debt, his sign on fee with arum covered all his debt. As for confidence I guess Bradley hits harder than mayweather but PAC has him covered

Posted March 23, 2014 10:01 pm 


Auzbox

There is only one fighter going around who is fighter of a decade at the moment and it ain’t floyd

Posted March 23, 2014 9:56 pm 


Auzbox

And as for his early losses. He learnt as a pro not had 100 amateur fights like other great champs

Posted March 23, 2014 9:54 pm 


Auzbox

Never lost to Hussein it’s a W or can’t you read, or tell the difference between his hand or husseins being raised

Posted March 23, 2014 9:53 pm 


Auzbox

Discourage a grandpa in Moseley and Canelo who was tired after 5. PAC doesn’t slow he can punch for 12. Mayweather can’t hurt any true welter unless its a dog shot.

Posted March 23, 2014 9:51 pm 


birdhead

Ryzza Mae could land a lead right against Manny.

Posted March 23, 2014 9:49 pm 


birdhead

Manny paid off poor Filipinos to vote for him in that bogus election. Remember, he lost first…

Posted March 23, 2014 9:36 pm 


birdhead

So many losses to mediocre competition ala Torrecampo, Singsurat, Hussein and Sanchez before he even reached his late 20’s eliminates Pacquiao from any ATG discussions.

Posted March 23, 2014 9:35 pm 


teflon

Manny didn’t sound to confident in his ability in this face off. He lost his mojo when he got dropped by Marquez. Two things happened he could no longer sham fighters into meeting him at a dehydrated catch weight and he could no longer get away with juicing due to the allegations by Floyd so yes his fate is sealed now even if he looses and looses badly he still has to fight on because he is in a lot of debt. Mannys story like so many other great fighters will end sad…

Posted March 23, 2014 9:02 pm 


Dazani

correction: ….Tyson when he talked about D’Amato saying Duran vs. Leonard II would be in LEONARD’s favor…

Posted March 23, 2014 8:20 pm 


Dazani

It is an interesting discussion though. At one point, one may think that taken the fire down slightly may make him think clearer so when he fights JMM again or even Floyd, he would be better off because he won’t run into something. However, maybe that reckless abandonment was so great that it was the key in beating fighters like Floyd and JMM or at least giving them hell.

I thought about that when remembering the debate on Duran vs. Leonard and how Duran was ferocious in the first fight but in the second fight, and I can’t remember where I read it, maybe it was with Tyson when he talked about D’Amato saying Duran vs. Leonard II would be in Duran’s favor…huh…anyway, without that fire, Duran became at a disadvantage to Leonard. It effects you psychologically which will effect you physically and even technically.

Posted March 23, 2014 8:19 pm 


Dazani

Odd Ball

Pac’s defense certainly lacks when thinking what you would think he should have given is ATG status. He sheer ferocity and offense of brilliance was masking what he lacked in defense but it was awesome to watch. He did seem to become more self-consciously aware of defense when he was at WW however but can fall back into that killer when he sees blood.

I thought Pac looked great against Rios. YES, Rios is just your pure boxer/brawler but he is still very good. Not many actually have athletic talent that hang with the elites to make a difference.

Pac’s fire may have dwindled. If it is still there, I don’t know. But maybe it will help him in certain fights where he needs to take down the fire in order to control what he is doing. It’s like an air-balloon, the higher the flame, the higher the balloon goes but if you want balance, to keep it at a certain height where you can see the field better, keep that fire steady.

Fighters like Dempsey, Tyson, Duran, and Pac, those high octane fighters do tend to burn out quicker because it takes a lot more fuel/passion to keep that flame burning so high.

Posted March 23, 2014 8:16 pm 


Odd Ball

Pac lost his self-confidence. He never had any defense to speak of. His defense was offense with reckless abandon, which worked for him when we was at lighter weight classes because he was more muscular and stronger than his oppositions.

When he went up in weight he was matched with popular fighters on the twilight of their careers. And those fights were held with a huge advantage for Pac — the catchweight clauses. Those fights made Pac`s name. But you can only milk that cow so much.

Pac is done. Floyd did him in without fighting him. When Floyd insinuated that Pac maybe juicing, Pac`s career went down on a spiral. He was spooked by the possibility that he would get caught with PED in his veins if he didnt stop. And then Marquez nailed the last nail in Pac`s coffin. Pac is done. Exposed as the hype that he has always been.

Posted March 23, 2014 8:00 pm 


Auzbox

The facts say PAC leads 2-1-1 v Marquez. No matter how you cut it seagul. Floyd has fight results disputed. Every fighter does. Your a pure hater

Posted March 23, 2014 6:57 pm 


birdhead

Roach admitted Ariza gave Manny roids.

Posted March 23, 2014 5:37 pm 


birdhead

Torrecampo
Singsurat
Hussein
Sanchez
Morales
Marquez
Marquez
Marquez
Marquez
Bradley

Posted March 23, 2014 5:36 pm 


birdhead

Tunes Manny is already a broke chump flip lol. You are yet another ignorant Pactards. The end is near for your corrupt hero.

Posted March 23, 2014 5:34 pm 


birdhead

Tunes you are correct but Floyd is what he is. He is no hypocrite. I would not vote for him if he ran for congress, the crime rate does not go down when he fights and at least he does not claim to be a man of God. A stupid pinay delayed her child’s surgery because Manny was fighting. That’s sick.

Posted March 23, 2014 5:32 pm 


Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)

Bradley actually said with a straight face that after watching the replays of their first fight, he won 8 out of 12 rounds. LOL… the dude couldn’t be any more full sh*t. Nobody in the world agrees that TB beat PacMan 8 rounds to 4. That’s one of the most ridiculous things I’ve ever heard!

Posted March 23, 2014 5:11 pm 


Tunes

Lol bird head you think may weather tells the truth. He doesn’t give a shot about you just wants your money. I don’t have respect for someone who wants to milk as much as he c as needed out of the sport and duck his big fights.

Prediction is he will be broke by the time he’s 50. Then he will fight anyone for $$

Posted March 23, 2014 4:15 pm 


birdhead

Pactards if Manny lies to Jinkee do you think he cares about you?

Posted March 23, 2014 4:07 pm 


birdhead

Auzbox let me speak more clearly since you have autism. Many believe Marquez has beaten Manny 4 times. Hussein had Manny down for 11 seconds. The Sanchez fight was so corrupt Arum was investigated afterwards. Get it??

Posted March 23, 2014 4:04 pm 


Anonymous

In a few short posts Dazani has brought far more intelligence, clarity and balance than TARK has posted in 5 years of mostly self-congratulatory, pointless drivel. Well done Dazani and keep the posts coming. Also, Dazani doesn’t throw hissy fits like TARK does if someone challenges him. He will review his posts and offer up a reasoned argument.
If only TARK could be humble enough to actually listen to those posters who would like clarity or challenge his posts, he wouldn’t be pulled on all the piffle he writes.

Posted March 23, 2014 3:05 pm 


birdhead

Garbage Packeyow still says JMM got ” lucky”. No respect at all.

Posted March 23, 2014 2:52 pm 


CurlyQ.Howard

I posted these figures just to provide an idea of how much money is already invested in student athletes.

Posted March 23, 2014 2:08 pm 


CurlyQ.Howard

Big 10 average spending per student athlete 2011:
Ohio State University

$140,560
University of Michigan

$143,390
Pennsylvania State University

Not reported
University of Wisconsin–Madison

$121,658
University of Iowa

$135,473
Michigan State University

$118,986
University of Minnesota

$109,923
University of Nebraska–Lincoln

$125,446
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

$144,639
Indiana University Bloomington

$109,329
Purdue University

$124,590
University of Maryland, College Park

$88,935
Rutgers–New Brunswick

$98,997

Posted March 23, 2014 2:06 pm 


K.C.

Ahh, STFU!!!

Posted March 23, 2014 1:55 pm 


te tumbo

“. . . it has a lot to do with students being disrespectful and parenting”. that applies in cases where the student is just as disrespectful towards and/or in front of their parents but not in cases that the student straightens up in front of their parents, Or-Else. at which point, the teacher must learn to address why a particular student only dares misbehave in their classroom? that is, the dedicated teacher. otherwise, there are definitely some college grads that have no business teaching in a classroom of students.

Posted March 23, 2014 1:39 pm 


Dazani

Parents, YES, they are a part of the problem as well. Its a long conversation because its many things that allow and disallow something to work out or not.

Posted March 23, 2014 1:31 pm 


Dazani

PEEJ

I also agree with that too. There are teachers that can’t teach and that is a shame. I always said that if they would be more interactive with the students then they could do so much better. At least that is what helped me. But then you have those that think they just need to talk and not explain. I feel ya on that. Also though it has a lot to do with students being disrespectful and parenting. It is all clumped together. But I totally feel ya on that.
Posted March 23, 2014 12:58 pm

Yes, I went to college and they just told me to go buy books and study for the tests. I was like, WTF is this. Now that’s not always the case since once it hits your major, like Nursing School for example, the teachers are great and very interactive. I guess the whole thing of them being responsible for you having to know your field so you don’t kill anyone might be motivating. Especially since the program is graded even after you are gone I hear.

When Lives matter, there seems to be more motivation to make sure the student knows what he is doing…like I hear the Drill instructor does with the new recruit and the same after

Posted March 23, 2014 1:29 pm 


PEEJ

I also agree with that too. There are teachers that can’t teach and that is a shame. I always said that if they would be more interactive with the students then they could do so much better. At least that is what helped me. But then you have those that think they just need to talk and not explain. I feel ya on that. Also though it has a lot to do with students being disrespectful and parenting. It is all clumped together. But I totally feel ya on that.

Posted March 23, 2014 12:58 pm 


Dazani

And I’m going to throw in that most Teachers can’t Teach. either they don’t know their subject matter quite that well or they just lack the ability to “teach.” That’s why I became so interested in sports because I found better “coaches/teachers” in sports than I did in the academic world.

For example: Cus D’Amato’s long process of breaking down a fighter and rebuilding him from the ground up from a mental standpoint first, for me, is the way to go. Of course in Tyson’s case there was an admittance that the process had to be sped up but the overall point was that D’Amato understood how to educate someone in a specific field more so than most educators do in theirs. And, he actually did go further with teaching the fighter not only to be a fighter but a more capable model citizen.

As he put it…”I will stay alive and I will watch him become a success, because I will not leave until that happens, because when I leave he not only will know how to fight, he’ll be able to take care of himself. I don’t succeed when I make a guy become Champion of the World. I succeed when I make that fellow become Champion of the World and independent of me”

Posted March 23, 2014 12:44 pm 


Dazani

And I’m going to throw in that most Teachers can’t Teach. either they don’t know their subject matter quite that well or they just lack the ability to “teach.” That’s why I became so interested in sports because I found better “coaches/teachers” in sports than I did in the academic world.

For example: Cus D’Amato’s long process of breaking down a fighter and rebuilding him from the ground up from a mental standpoint first, for me, is the way to go. Of course in Tyson’s case there was an imminence that the process had to be sped up but the overall point was that D’Amato understood how to educate someone in a specific field more so than most educators do in theirs. And, he actually did go further with teaching the fighter not only to be a fighter but a more capable model citizen.

As he put it…”I will stay alive and I will watch him become a success, because I will not leave until that happens, because when I leave he not only will know how to fight, he’ll be able to take care of himself. I don’t succeed when I make a guy become Champion of the World. I succeed when I make that fellow become Champion of the World and independent of me”

Posted March 23, 2014 12:42 pm 


Dazani

PEEJ

I can see your point and you make a great point in the advertisement. You have definitely opened my mind a little bit to it in that aspect. Still against but that is a great argument and I am a little more open minded to it.
Posted March 23, 2014 12:20 pm

That’s because its a tricky subject with the details not quite worked out and perfected because it probably can’t be with human doing. There are always flaws in the system. But there has to be a better way.

I’m still trying to learn why college is so expensive. On some things I understand with certain fields, but other things it just seems like it is a business.

Posted March 23, 2014 12:36 pm 


PEEJ

I can see your point and you make a great point in the advertisement. You have definitely opened my mind a little bit to it in that aspect. Still against but that is a great argument and I am a little more open minded to it.

Posted March 23, 2014 12:20 pm 


Dazani

As for High School kids, its different. If the money is going directly back into the sports program or education system of that school, I’m fine with that. But ALL money should be followed by authorities to make sure someone isn’t taking that money to give themselves an extra bonus like they do in “charity” organizations. And again, if Nike or whoever else wants to strike a deal with the kid, allow them.

Posted March 23, 2014 12:12 pm 


Dazani

I would throw in jersey and video game sales as well. Athletes should get paid on anything the school and sport is directly trying to make money off of. If you use their name, their essence, they need to get paid a percentage.

I also don’t buy into this “Well they are getting a free education” since we can have a whole discussion on how overpriced education has become and how it too has become a business.

Posted March 23, 2014 12:10 pm 


Dazani

PEEJ

I agree with you 100%. Though I am not for college athletes getting paid. My problem with that is that if you are going to pay one college athlete that means you need to pay them all. Which can range from football, basketball and golf to volleyball, baseball, bowling to any other collegian sports they have. I know colleges make money off of the players but then what about those high schools that make money off of football. Should the high school players get paid also? Where would it stop. Other than that, I agree with you especially about getting your degree and learning some things that will help you manager your finances better.
Posted March 23, 2014 11:26 am

I’m more about getting into the free market advertisement or however it was put by the one guy from ESPN who is a lawyer. Basically, you don’t pay the college athlete directly because if you pay one, they all want to get paid. And that isn’t going to be fair since only a select few are actually generating money for the school beyond what is them breaking even or in a lot of cases, the school is losing money. However, there is the argument that without sports, without the entertainment for the students to lose themselves in, it “may” deter a potential student from going there which brings us back to how important a student-ATHLETE is to a school since even if they are not bringing money directly in from their games, overall, they are bringing in students who want to be a part of “something” more than just the education. It’s the lifestyle and experience they are in search of.

Anyway, it would work like this: Any athlete that can get paid on the outside from promotion and/or advertisement benefits, allow them. Ex: Athlete Tom is offered a Nike Deal and he should be allowed. Athlete Bill is offered a car dealership deal where he promotes cars and gets paid. He is allowed.
Of course, that athlete should always be monitored. But he should be allowed to keep what is his.
This way it would be a system built on “if you can get it, you can have it.”

Posted March 23, 2014 12:07 pm 


sean

pac beat his ass the last fight. What you think he gonna do this time when he is in top condition? box ibradleys face of and knock hi ass out

Posted March 23, 2014 11:32 am 


PEEJ

I agree with you 100%. Though I am not for college athletes getting paid. My problem with that is that if you are going to pay one college athlete that means you need to pay them all. Which can range from football, basketball and golf to volleyball, baseball, bowling to any other collegian sports they have. I know colleges make money off of the players but then what about those high schools that make money off of football. Should the high school players get paid also? Where would it stop. Other than that, I agree with you especially about getting your degree and learning some things that will help you manager your finances better.

Posted March 23, 2014 11:26 am 


Dazani

PEEJ

Pac works for Arum not the other way around. This happened because Pac borrows money from Arum and he borrows huge amounts of money. So there for he has to pay Arum back. To be honest if you are under the Top Rank banner then you work for Arum. Just like being with Don King. If you where being promoted by him you worked for him.
Posted March 23, 2014 10:38 am

My point is that it is not supposed to be that way in this day in age. It used to be like that because of how the Promoters owned everything and ran the business dirty, and it still is that in many ways. But a Fighter is supposed to be in charge and only rely on their promoter to do the right thing for them because they work for him {the fighter}. Of course, its not like this because fighters only learn to fight and not be independent.

Floyd on the other hand made it be that he was in charge. He learned about the power structure and the keys to promotion and money.

That’s the one thing I am for with college athletes. Although people argue they should get paid and I can see a point, my overall point to them would be…Get your education while your there. Take English and Match classes seriously. Learn about Finance. If you do go pro, you will be better prepared to rule your career.

Posted March 23, 2014 11:05 am 


PEEJ

Pac works for Arum not the other way around. This happened because Pac borrows money from Arum and he borrows huge amounts of money. So there for he has to pay Arum back. To be honest if you are under the Top Rank banner then you work for Arum. Just like being with Don King. If you where being promoted by him you worked for him.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:38 am 


Dazani

And Floyd can hurt Pac. Floyd has power, just not massive power. Listen to his opponents and people in the know. Floyd is very much like Ali and Holyfield where they didn’t have big big power but when they sat down on their punches they could really lump someone up. Floyd is more calculating and doesn’t really on heavy pressure and punch-out-put to beat down his opponents so Knockouts are not going to happen more frequent.

Pac is a high volume puncher and he isn’t knocking guys out with single shots like Hearns. He has power but he beats opponents down with volume. And a key factor is his speed and combination attacks that catch you off guard. Or in other words, he catches you punches you don’t see coming.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:20 am 


Dazani

Auzbox

Why would be avoid a massive pay day by a guy that can’t hurt him. What would PAC have lost? A decision LMAO big waste of writing public enemy. If PAC was ever going to loose to mayweather it is by decision, on the other hand if may was to loose to PAC it was the same way Hatton did. I think I know why the fight never happened by this basis
Posted March 23, 2014 6:15 am

Like Hatton has said, being knocked out early is not as bad as being thoroughly outclassed/out-boxed. Anybody can be knocked out but to be outclassed/outboxed is simply embarrassing because it means your skill levels aren’t as good.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:17 am 


Dazani

People need to stop putting blame on just one side when dealing with the Pac/May fight. It was BOTH. They both have big egos, don’t want to give ground, and so on. And I don’t want to hear it was Arum anymore because Arum is supposed to work for Pac so its on Pac.

Posted March 23, 2014 10:15 am 


The Pinoy Pikey

I respect and admire Timothy Bradley. His fighting will is the template of heart, grit and determination. However, how he saw a 8 rounds to 4 victory for himself in the first fight is baffling??

Posted March 23, 2014 9:32 am 


PEEJ

If Marquez could KO Pac I am pretty sure Floyd could KO Pac. Especially when Pac would jump in and out. That is a perfect way to get hit with that left hook of Floyds who by the way KOd that same Hatton before Pac did. Was this Face Off any good?

Posted March 23, 2014 9:06 am 


Auzbox

Why would be avoid a massive pay day by a guy that can’t hurt him. What would PAC have lost? A decision LMAO big waste of writing public enemy. If PAC was ever going to loose to mayweather it is by decision, on the other hand if may was to loose to PAC it was the same way Hatton did. I think I know why the fight never happened by this basis

Posted March 23, 2014 6:15 am 


Public Enemy

The mega fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao was all setup to happen for March 13, 2010. It was considered a done deal by most with both fighters agreeing on money, location and weight.

Unfortunately, when it came time to sign the contract Pacman suddenly had a fear of needles and refused Olympic style drug testing.

After about a week of media criticism the majority of fans seemed to forgive Manny and debunked any speculation that he may be using performance enhancers.

Now we’re all left wondering why he would let random drug testing come between the biggest pay day of his life. Is he really that freaked out by needles, is he using an illegal substance, or was he simply ducking the toughest challenge of his career?

In two fights with Marquez, the final decision could have easily gone either way. Their first meeting in 2004 was ruled a draw, but take away the first round when Pacquiao knocked him down three times and you have a one-sided unanimous decision in the Mexican’s favor.

Their second meeting in 2008 was ruled a split decision for the Filipino, but once again the fight could have gone either way. It’s quite possible that the only reason this fight went in his favor was because he was the fan favorite and an emerging superstar in the sport of boxing. The judges may have had their opinions swayed by the crowd.

Since then Pacquiao has played it safe and avoided a third fight with the skilled Marquez.

It’s also worth mentioning that Floyd Mayweather fought the same Juan Manuel Marquez late last year and absolutely dominated him in every single round.

Floyd Mayweather gets an awful lot of criticism for his personal life, but Pacquiao is definitely no Angel either. Since he lives in the Philippines, not all of the details are leaked to the media like they would be in America, but it’s not too much of a stretch to assume he behaves similar to Tiger Woods when it comes to females.

He has been rumored to have numerous affairs and an ex-girlfriend has sued him in the past for violence and unpaid child support.
knockout losses to unknown boxers named Rustico Torrecampo and Medgoen Singsurat?

If you have no idea who those guys are, don’t worry. You’re not the only one.

Nobody can deny how great Manny Pacquiao looked against Oscar De La Hoya and Ricky Hatton. However, we can’t forget that Money May defeated both of them before Pacman ever stepped in the ring against either fighter.

When Mayweather beat them they were younger and more confident fighters.

Throughout the past few years, nobody has been under more scrutiny than Floyd Mayweather when it comes to hand-picking opponents. Why doesn’t anybody criticize Pacquiao for his carefully picked opponents?

If you carefully examine his record, you’ll notice he has avoided any pure boxers since his tough fights with Juan Manuel Marquez. The majority of his victories come from fighting slower and less talented brawlers than himself.

He avoided the biggest pay day of his life for a fight with Joshua Clottey? Come on man!

Posted March 23, 2014 5:38 am 


BUSTAJAY

Steel Panther ROCKS
17 GIRLS IN A ROW!!

Posted March 23, 2014 3:34 am 


BUSTAJAY

Hec Dog

Do you like PAC ???
LOL

Posted March 23, 2014 3:32 am 


BUSTAJAY

mephisto

f’n Hec Dog with those f’n long posts……retard moda foca.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:45 pm

Sorry his insight is too long for you bro

Posted March 23, 2014 3:31 am 


Auzbox

Bird head: you clearly an idiot. PAC has only won two against Marquez so that’s 2 decisions. And Hussein was stopped so no decision there either. As for scoring Bradley 114-113 in their first fight once again proves your an idiot. Your a special boy clearly. Good luck to you

Posted March 23, 2014 3:15 am 


Peej

Pacqiuoa loves to jerk infront of Bradley. Pictures said it all!

Posted March 23, 2014 3:06 am 


Hec Dog

Anonymous my friend, I understand that Bruce Lee was quite an iconic figure that was a very inspirational man. He frequently participated in many spectacular exhibitions. I was and still am a big fan of his. Manny Pacquiao has so many similarities. As a matter of fact, Manny looks up to the legendary martial artist. I merely brought up the possibility of Manny Pacquiao fighting Bruce Lee in a imaginary fight. I know this would never happen, but the mere thought peeked my interest. I without bias went into deep thought about this match up and came up with a conclusion. Manny destroys him and hits Bruce Lee with his own one inch punch and sends him 20 feet down the road. Manny is faster, stronger and is a trained fighter. Manny is one of those rare breed of fighters that defeats any fighter in any era. And Manny Pacquiao actually started this breed. This is a man that will undoubtedly be studied for his extraordinary skills in the art of fighting. Manny Pacquiao could have dominated any sport he chose to be involved in. He’s a great athlete, and his intelligence inside and outside is incredible to see. Remember when he slowly dissected and destroyed another great fighter, Miguel Cotto or how about Oscar De La Hoya. This is greatness in the flesh. 8 division champion is unheard of in any sport. Imagine Bruce Lee moving up 8 weight classes? Impossible to do, and Many did the impossible. I won’t even mention his other accomplishments, which I have mentioned in previous posts. Manny is a Marvel when it comes to the sweet science. There has never been a fighter that can match Manny’s reign of terror as he fought and not only beat, but devastated an army of great fighters. Morales, Barrera, Marquez, Hatton, Diaz, Cotto, De La Hoya and Margarito. There was mass hysteria as the accumulation of bodies left the squared circle after having stepped into the ring with Manny Pacquiao. Today, the legend is just as popular and as effective as he was back in 2009. The brilliant, strategic boxing exhibition he displayed against Brandon Rios was one for the ages. No one in the history of this great sport has ever been able to change from a destructive, aggressive, power punching monster to a poetic, graceful, strategically brilliant, technically sound pure boxer like Manny Pacquiao did. Once again, this was greatness right in front of our eyes. Macau China is still reeling with amazement and appreciation for Manny Pacquiao. Los Angeles has been feverishly insisting that Manny Pacquiao continue to train in the city of angels for one more week. The Los Angeles Times has been following Manny almost on a minute to minute basis. Las Vegas is rolling out more than one red carpet just in case Manny comes from another direction. Sin City is alive and well, and eagerly anticipating their favorite son’s return. The greatest fighter that has ever lived will be put on display for the world to see on April 12th. My tickets were bought the first day. This is the most historic fight in boxing history. I will be watching live a man that will never be duplicated again. Manny Pacquiao will win his title back in dominating fashion. Trust me on this. Manny is the best.

Posted March 23, 2014 1:43 am 


Dazani

But that’s just from a technical side of it. I don’t want it to be confused with the spiritual side of it since he did look like he was going through the motions against Rios even though he dominated him.

Posted March 23, 2014 1:27 am 


Dazani

birdhead

Has Pacquiao improved since he lost to Desert Storm? Nope!!
Posted March 22, 2014 11:45 pm

He might have. It depends on how you look at it. In the Rios fight, he was more calculating and cautious but not overly cautious to where it effected his punch-out-put. That can actually benefit him in many ways. It’s not intimidating like his ferocious style was but it’s quite beneficial with certain fights

Posted March 23, 2014 1:26 am 


Dazani

Bradley was trying to Psychological manipulate Pac by making Pac rethink his position in boxing from a mental {fire} standpoint. If Bradley believes it or not it was certainly worth a try to see if Pac bites in questioning himself.

I’m rooting for Pac even though I like Bradley too. Shame though since I am not a fan of who he surrounds himself with but that’s for him to decide.

Pac made Pac. Not the promoter, not the Coach who stepped in after the fact. It was always Pac and his vision, drive, and talent. That’s why its hard to duplicate someone like that.

Posted March 23, 2014 1:24 am 


Nik

Pacquiao will take Bradleys face off in the fight.

Posted March 23, 2014 1:11 am 


Tomato Can

I thought the face off was pretty good. However, it has no baring on what will take place in the ring.

Posted March 23, 2014 12:15 am 


birdhead

When did Manny get a glass eye?

Posted March 22, 2014 11:55 pm 


A Garcia

Hec Dog is Jinkee Paquiao.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:51 pm 


birdhead

I had Bradley winning 114-113

Posted March 22, 2014 11:47 pm 


birdhead

Pacwhiners look at all the gift decisions Manny has received. 3 against JMM and against Hussein and Sanchez.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:46 pm 


birdhead

Has Pacquiao improved since he lost to Desert Storm? Nope!!

Posted March 22, 2014 11:45 pm 


A Garcia

Pactards riding the So called bad decision.Bradley is going to outbox Pac. Kelerman sucks , face off is a waste of time, no build up to the fight.Bradley should of grown his hair orPaquiao should of shaved his head that would of build up the fight.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:31 pm 


birdhead

Manny hasn’t had a legitimate knockout since Kim Kardashian dated white guy’s.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:53 pm 


Havoc

Pac looks like caesar from planet of the apes.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:31 pm 


K.C.

Go Pac!

Posted March 22, 2014 10:15 pm 


hookoffthejab

Provodnikov won that fight, and that kind of physical abuse lingers around each and every fight<< You mean the kinda of damage done by a punch that leaves you lying PRONE on the canvas ……………Unable to get up by yourself ….Needing the support of others to sit on a stool ……………..?

Posted March 22, 2014 9:07 pm 


Hec Dog

Hidaldg0 my friend, thank you for at least acknowledging Manny Pacquiao’s sensational singing ability. There’s a touch of Bruno Mars, Adam Levine and Chris Brown. IMHO, I think his rendition of the popular John Lennon song, Imagine was worthy of a Bill Board Music Award. Manny puts passion and soul into each of his songs. I’m not saying he’s the best singer ever, but he’s at least in the top 3. Two of Manny’s songs Para Sa’ Yo Laban Na’lo or Ipatika Mo are tremendous. Have any of you ever heard other boxers sing? Joe Frazier, bless his soul and Joe and the knockouts tried, but “Smokin” Joe just couldn’t sing. If Manny Pacquiao ever decides to pursue singing full time, I can get guarantee you right now that he will win a few Grammy’s. I highly suggest and urge you to buy one of his CD’s and or attend one of his performances. f you do, you will be humming or singing his music for months. Manny is incredibly talented, and I’m happy to know that there are some fans out there with ability to hear talented singing from him. His singing will either have you in tears or jumping out on the dance floor. Manny is the best!

Posted March 22, 2014 8:55 pm 


Hec Dog

“Contact your for erections lasting more than 4 hours” Some of you guys are hilarious with your posts. Man that one had me laughing. Listen gentlemen, Timothy Bradley is in serious, serious trouble. I’m not sure if you saw what I saw in Manny, but he has that look in his eye that means business. He’s fighting himself from leaning over the table and slapping Timothy Bradley for an hour. Timothy knows he will be for the fight of his life. He’s been hit and damaged a lot since he fought Manny. His body will eventually crack. Provodnikov won that fight, and that kind of physical abuse lingers around each and every fight. Manny can still punch, trust me, he’s going to put on the most memorable and exciting fight to date. Manny is biting at the bit like a race horse raring to go. Don’t leave your seats. Manny Pacquiao may end this fight befor 4 rounds, and no later than 9 rounds. The graceful movement he had against Rios will be there. The solar punching power he had against Hatton will be there. The viciousnes and pin point accuracy he had against Oscar De La Hoya will be there. Do not count this man out. Manny will turn back the hands of time and will get his revenge. This fight will start off quickly,a nd Timothy will try and box for 2 rounds until he gets caught by the straight left hand. He’ll resort to his weaving and moving low to the side, but he will be bombarded with speed. Bradley will not be able to control his emotions when he gets hit and hurt, and he will fight. Manny will then end matters with vicious body punching. Manny will have learned from the first fight. The body will take punishment before the end of the fight. Fans will once again witness what a great fighter does after he faces adversity inside and outside the ring. Thisis a legend that will be remembered for centuries to me. Trust me on this Bradley will be stopped. Manny is the best!

Posted March 22, 2014 8:53 pm 


Nopporn

Bradley wins the fight closely again.

Posted March 22, 2014 8:44 pm 


den

HOPE THERE BLOOD TEST FOR BOTH OR IS THIS MORE BOXING BS IF SO THATS WHY BOXING GOING DOWN THE DRAIN

Posted March 22, 2014 6:51 pm 


Havoc

Bradley won the first fight because of Manny coming out of his dressing room too late. In any other sports that’s what you can disqualified or forfeit the fight. in other words Manny’s only chance is to KO Bradley that night. Manny can’t win in score card so he needs to KO Bradley. I’m guessing if Pacman comes out right away in his dressing room and into the ring right away then the judges will be fair to Manny.

Posted March 22, 2014 6:34 pm 


hookoffthejab

Solis is actually throwing combinations tonight …………..And I dont think Tonys wife is getting her hip broke though …

Posted March 22, 2014 6:14 pm 


Gus

If Bradley uses his head he will win the fight. Hard to believe that Manny will go 12 rounds with Bradley and not get a cut from a head butt that wil force him to deal with blood running into his eye.
Both fighters have sen their best days but Manny has more wear and tear. Prime Manny ? Bradley would get flattened.

Posted March 22, 2014 6:11 pm 


el gato

Dogeater will knock out the ape in the 5th round. Chingen su madre los puertoricos.

Posted March 22, 2014 5:34 pm 


Ghetto Thug

sean, just like JMM got robbed one year earlier and then KTFOd Manny…… LMAO

Posted March 22, 2014 5:23 pm 


hookoffthejab

Kellerman sux …… Thats what the problem with face off is ….Has Manny lost that killer instinct age is catching up with him ………… Timmy do you believe you won the 1st fight …Forfcukssake …….Idiot questions ………

Posted March 22, 2014 5:12 pm 


sean

Pac got robbed is the first fight. Look for manny to dominate him and probley ko him.

Posted March 22, 2014 4:16 pm 


Exiled Yank

I’m pulling for MP to prove that the first decision was wrong. I like Bradley, but he did not win that fight. I can’t stand Kellerman.

Posted March 22, 2014 4:08 pm 


me

Manny says hes throwing a lot more punches this fight which is why I think Bradley will knock him out. pac is gonna get caught w the same overhand right counter that Marquez got him w.

Posted March 22, 2014 3:58 pm 


K.C.

Fact is that TeTeta has such a hard-on against Pac its pathological at this point… Teta can’t stand the fact that Pac has Ko’d so many Mexicans. Get over it boy!

Posted March 22, 2014 3:52 pm 


K.C.

I also drink my own urine…Its a man thing and I’m a tough guy….I’m also into fecal matter, Mexican style con me culo

Posted March 22, 2014 3:47 pm 


K.C.

I would swallow any of Manny’s bodily fluids!!

Posted March 22, 2014 3:25 pm 


Joker

8 – 4 baby. WTF?!

Bradley is still delusional about that.
Can’t let it go either, cmon dude it’s time to let it go, otherwise people will just keep laughing at your ass.

Posted March 22, 2014 2:59 pm 


Te tumbo

I also drink my own urine…Its a man thing and I’m a tough guy….

Posted March 22, 2014 2:44 pm 


te tumbo

i like the “Face Off” format. it’s simply wasted on a shill like Kellerman. more a fan than a fight-fan and you can always tell which fighter he favors. just look at the loving gaze he’s directing at Pacquiao* in the cover pix(?!).

Posted March 22, 2014 2:35 pm 


Hidalg0

“pac is a washed up bum with no chin slepppppppppppppppppppppppppppp”

I see. So in all of their fights, Marquez has hit Pacquiao just once, right?

Posted March 22, 2014 2:28 pm 


The Black Pariah

Anonymous must be one of those ghetto EBT card carrying Urkles trying to act like he has testosterone. What a scab.

Posted March 22, 2014 2:26 pm 


The Black Pariah

Bradley is such an unqualified arrogant squeeb.

Posted March 22, 2014 2:25 pm 


REM

Yahooh dead on I’d rather watch Pac fight the best lw of the last decade (Marquez) and the former undisputed jrww champ and current #3 p4p fighter over and over rather than the currently investigated for fixing fights GB and TMT nonsense.

Posted March 22, 2014 2:10 pm 


yahooh

rematches are better than clear fixed fights when they treat boxing like a soap opera just to make money, fool the fans, and destroy the sport that made them rich.

Posted March 22, 2014 1:57 pm 


Anonymous

pac is a washed up bum with no chin slepppppppppppppppppppppppppppp

Posted March 22, 2014 1:48 pm 


Anonymous

“hecdog contact your doctor for erections lasting longer than 4 hours” LoL

Posted March 22, 2014 1:35 pm 


REM

Lmao wow just listen to the racism directed at Pac all because these dudes are butthurt he pulled their dream mans skirt up. Racism is still alive for sure and you guys are doing your part to keep it so. Hope you never ever whine about it because that’d be pathetically weak. Bradley beat Pac ROTF the mans not in Pacs league y’all better get those a$$ pillows fluffed up its gonna hurt bad ha ha.

Posted March 22, 2014 1:30 pm 


poor pacturds

This fight is a wash who wants to watch Manny fight the same guys over and over, now there is going to be a Marquez 5 are you serious enough already. I am so glad the boxing public is smart enough not to fall for this BS. Arum pits all his dogs against one another and will continue to do it as long as he is getting all the money. But look how fast Manny has declined. Not only in his ppvs but in his abilities as well. He climbed 8 divisions and KOed junior middleweights nowhere in the history of the sport as anyone came up in weight that much and actually gained speed and power. Then he goes to get beat by Marquez and Tiny Tim? look at how fat other who where on the juice declined as well. Roy Jones, James Toney, Holyfield, Barry Bonds the list goes on. Now days its harder to get away with PEDs. Manny was never his superman that he became when he was fighting the Morales of the world all of the sudden he becomes a wrecking ball. And would submit to random blood unless his Jew Master could manipulate the testing they even had it down to days something is a foul about that. Now he cannot even KO Rios who stood in front of him all night what a joke. Hell no he was on the juice now he is clean and he will get his ass handed to him he is no sht without that in his system…

Posted March 22, 2014 1:24 pm 


Hidalg0

Ghetto Thug, Bradley will no more “punish” Manny Pacquiao in their second fight than he did in their first.

Posted March 22, 2014 1:17 pm 


Livershot

I didn’t get anything out of Pacquiao beating Rios, it was like seeing him tee off on a heavy bag in the gym. Bradley got a decision off old man Marquez and showed some signs of wear. That Provo fight took some years off Bradley sorry to say. Bradley just has to stay sharp and box Pacquiao and stay out of harms way the way he did Marquez. Bad idea to go to war with Pacquiao. Arum can’t make money with Bradley, so look for quick stoppage if Bradley gets stunned in any way.

Posted March 22, 2014 1:16 pm 


Anonymous

many got knock the fout

Posted March 22, 2014 12:53 pm 


Anonymous

has many woke up from marquez yet

Posted March 22, 2014 12:51 pm 


Thurmal Underwear

hecdog contact your doctor for erections lasting longer than 4 hours.

Posted March 22, 2014 12:49 pm 


Anonymous

I thought Pac looked great beating up on Rios. He was fast, agile, sharp, throwing combinations

Posted March 22, 2014 12:39 pm 


Ghetto Thug

Hidalgo, Dessert Storm will punish that azz for 12 rounds in a clear UD so Pactards will be crying that got robbed again, Bradley is a hell better than he was in the first fight and Pac is not better besides he got KTFOd badly, there will be a 5th fight with his daddy JMM and judges will give him his 4th gift, then Pactards will be chanting that Mayweather is affraid of him, maybe later will face Bradley a 3rd time and so on…. this history is so predictable that nobody cares of him anymore…. PPVs numbers say that Im correct

Posted March 22, 2014 12:06 pm 


Freddie Roach

The best face off would have been Jim Lampley vs. his girlfriend that he beat. Or Larry Merchant vs. a bottle of Jwater. “This is not Vodka, Goddamnit, where is my Vodka.”

Posted March 22, 2014 11:54 am 


Freddie Roach

Hidalg0

Ghetto Thug, Pac will beat Bradley, then face Marquez for a fifth time, beat him, then retire.
Posted March 22, 2014 11:50 am

I’m going to keep telling Manny he is looking good in camp for as long as he is still standing. 4 more years I’ve been quoted as saying. 4 more years.
I need to milk him for as long as I can. I mean, I’m looking out for his best interest.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:52 am 


Freddie Roach

Jab

Bradley took awful punishment over 12 rounds in the Provodnikov fight. He suffered a concussion that effected his vision, hearing, speech, and balance for five months. He just has far too much heart for his own good. Too welling to go to war, and throws punches to the fences when hurt.
Posted March 22, 2014 11:48 am

YES, YES, I know. That’s why I want him to fight my Guy now. Same with my Fighter Cotto fighting Martinez who is old and full of injuries.
YES, YES, YES, I’m the greatest trainer of them all. Hahahhahahaha

Posted March 22, 2014 11:51 am 


Hidalg0

Ghetto Thug, Pac will beat Bradley, then face Marquez for a fifth time, beat him, then retire.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:50 am 


Jab

Bradley took awful punishment over 12 rounds in the Provodnikov fight. He suffered a concussion that effected his vision, hearing, speech, and balance for five months. He just has far too much heart for his own good. Too welling to go to war, and throws punches to the fences when hurt.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:48 am 


Ghetto Thug

Dessert Storm will punish that azz for 12 rounds, long night for Phonyao

Posted March 22, 2014 11:13 am 


bobcat

Oh boy, who dresses Pacman really! Anyway all the best champ.

Posted March 22, 2014 11:02 am 


Tomato Can

It seems as though Bradley’s speech started to slur slightly since the Provo fight. Face off will show if that’s true or not.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:56 am 


Tomato Can

BustaJay, lol

Posted March 22, 2014 10:54 am 


SuckerPunch

The Cotto vsm margocheato one
was intense.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:53 am 


Tomato Can

I want to see if Manny’s right eye is wandering the way it appears to be in recent photos. I also want to see if Bradley is starting to have so each problems due to the Provo fight.. The talk doesn’t mean nothing.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:53 am 


BUSTAJAY

I like the show bro
The Cotto & Margacheto was my fav
“Look at the glove”

Posted March 22, 2014 10:51 am 


Tomato Can

I’ll DVR it.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:49 am 


REALTALK

Listen I don’t think the fans care! What is worse about TOP TRASH is they doing Pacman vs Marquez 100

Posted March 22, 2014 10:29 am 


Anonymous

I hate face off it makes no sense for two grow men to set across from each other in this fashion. Just have them set like regular people and say what they have to say.Looking forward to the fight.

Posted March 22, 2014 10:14 am 



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