Clinton is/was a all talk girly manPosted March 27, 2014 2:08 am
Wow what a wise comeback: For those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.
“Lol hidalgo thanks for the spell correction :) but you also misspelled “cllinton ” lol ”
LMAO!Posted March 26, 2014 7:15 pm
Lol hidalgo thanks for the spell correction :) but you also misspelled “cllinton ” lol
Clinton was a good smart flexible president that knew when is the time to leave his partisan politics and work with republicans for the sake of the American people unlike Obama that all he cares is about polls about him and what his far left loonies in Hollywood thinkPosted March 26, 2014 4:38 pm
Excuse me, forgot that Bush Sr. messed up the U.S. BEFORE Clinton took office. Jr. continued the destruction after Clinton left office.Posted March 26, 2014 11:34 am
George W. Bush will go down in history as one of the worst presidents ever. Just like his daddy.
Bill Clinton will go down in history as being the recipient of the most famous blowjob ever. And for being a filthy liar.
But Cllinton did leave a huge budget surplus when he left office. Bush Sr. promptly wasted that. Not to be outdone by his inept dad, Bush Jr. decided to plunge the U.S. into miserably deep unrecoverable debt.
WTG boys.Posted March 26, 2014 11:32 am
BTW Adrian, I’m just messing with you :)
Anyways, Obamarama–that’s what I call him–his “Affordable Care” Act is breaking the wallets of millions of Americans. There’s nothing affordable about it if you’re not young and/or in perfect health. All I see is the health insurance industry smiling like a Cheshire cat.Posted March 26, 2014 11:28 am
Wow, Adrian! You really can’t spell “Clinton?”Posted March 26, 2014 11:26 am
wow u fools actually buy into the falase left right paradigm believing there is a difference?
you do this country a disservice and dishonor when u vote for a democrat or republican. u people are sheepPosted March 26, 2014 9:53 am
Santa – and how different was Wall Street under klinton administration?
Obama did everything opposite what he said he will do..I mean everything , first he signed to close Guantanamo in one year but Guantanamo is still open ,he said he want let any loby in the Washington yet he is breaking a record about that he was against patriotic act law yet as a president his administration iligally spy’s everything then under his administration irs targets conservatives and he promised he will find and bring to justice those who Brocke the law but few weeks after that he calls it a “fake scandal” and the big one is he lies to American people that they can keep their health care “period” before election then he gets exposed and his guy Harry Reid has a nerve to say that Obama didn’t promise … Lol wake upPosted March 26, 2014 4:43 am
Bush needed going after… He damned near destroyed America by letting Wall Street run any game it wanted..
Calvin Coolidge did the same thing in the 1920′s with the same exact results… Economic collapse and a 100,000 dollar tax bill for every Amerian who actually holds a job … in 2014 dollars.Posted March 26, 2014 2:17 am
Ring general- don’t hide under that nickname Vito lolPosted March 25, 2014 11:58 pm
Old coot, you are right about the PAC haters but u can take another example as liberal puuussssys go after bushPosted March 25, 2014 11:57 pm
You can tell how great Manny is by how many haters feel they need to diss him with laughable BS… Just like right-wing nuts do Obama.Posted March 25, 2014 9:16 pm
Floyd can “duck” all he wants. He’s rich, you twits. Get off his log!Posted March 25, 2014 8:50 pm
Manny Pacquiao has carried the sport of boxing for more than a decade. Excitement, drama, historic fights have all become a part of the fighter most observers believe is the greatest fighter of all time. As we near the most anticipated fight in boxing history, the buzz has become louder and louder throughout the world. The gyms, restaurants, local businesses, all the media outlets including TV stations, Radio, and all the social networks have blown up. Earlier today, Boxing Legends Julio Cesar Chavez and Marco Antonio Barrera came by to cast their praise on Manny Pacquiao. What an unbelievable scene to see a three of the best ever meet inside the famous Wild card gym. Legends like these two only added to other legends visits since Manny Pacquiao arrived for his training camp in Los Angeles. The city of angles is beside itself as the world wants to see Manny Pacquiao. I took a break earlier in the day to do some jogging and set up a similar route to Manny’s route . I took my 3 dogs along with me, who by the way are named Pacman. We had a great jog. I returned home and put on my Manny Pacquiao six pack video and worked on my abs. I luckily caught a short clip of Manny doing some sparring followed by an interview. Manny is spitting fire, and trust me, there will be brutality and carnage on April 12. The man is in high gear, and his punches are coming faster than the human eye can see. I really do hope all boxing fans are tuning in to see this legend in action. He is a legitimate master piece that will not be around forever. When Manny Paacquiao retires, it will be like seeing Babe Ruth retire or more importantly like seeing a ROCKY movie without Sylvester Stallone. Life will not be the same, and Boxing will never recover. This fight against Timothy Bradley will be epic. Bradley has said things that have motivated Manny Pacquiao like never before. There’s something inside of Manny that no one can really see, but I can see it. There is as ROCKY said to PAULIE in the ROCKY BALBOA ” There’s still some stuff in the basement.” Manny Pacquiao is going to be dangerous. I can see Manny Pacquiao walking out with his smile, smiling and looking out at the crowd. He climbs the short stairs and weaves under the ropes and steps inside the ring to a thunderous applause. Car and earthquake alarms are set off. Manny’s standing ovation continues for 15 minutes. Timothy Bradley enters and no one sees him. Police try escorting him out, but realize he’s Manny’s opponent. Myself and the rest of the Manny Pacquiao fans have brought Manny Mania alive. My tickets have arrived, and my victory party is set to start three days out from the fight. Fasten your seat belts people, The champ is here. Manny is the best!Posted March 25, 2014 8:36 pm
Aweirdo just made a totally biased and ridiculous comment. Ward isn’t the great fighter he thinks he is. No way is he the P4P number two (whatever that bogus label means, it’s crap) Rigondeuax is a FAR better than both Ward and Mayweather in terms of pure boxing skill. It’s hard to imagine who the heck is gonna beat him. Ward is so overrated it’s laughable. If he fights Kovalev (but he won’t of course) he’d get destroyed fast. If GGG fights him, Ward will get KO’d by round 8. He’s gutless, like Mayweather, always fighting in his own backyard, never travelling outside the USA. He’s not a great fighter, great fighters travel the world proving they are the best in hostile lands, where the crowd are against them and they still win. Ward and Mayweather are a pair of frauds nothing like true champions. They are laughable. In his prime Sugar Ray would have torn Mayweather and Ward to shreds. Sugar Ray Robinson was the real deal. Mayweather and Ward a pair of jokers compared to him.Posted March 25, 2014 8:36 pm
3g is like a mini vitaly klitschko thus far. i’ve said this before. u watch the tape of this guy and WHOA! he is so heaviy handed and its really deceptive like vitaly. u see the reactions on fighters when he is landing and guys are literally WINCING. this guy seems like something very special. i believe theres a good chance he will be an atg. i understand we are early in the career but i think 3g, canelo, and kovalev have bright futures and these guys are entertaining as hell to watch.Posted March 25, 2014 8:01 pm
Look at Bradley’s huge head.Posted March 25, 2014 6:04 pm
Thats part of being a true warrior . Go all around the world and conquer ..Golovkin , Kovalev , Provodnikov , Tszyu , Pacquiao , Tyson all true warriors . WARRIORS come out and Play .Posted March 25, 2014 5:54 pm
Either you guys are prentending you don’t know , could be just pure hate talk or some of you folks are missing the point what HBO plans are , the reality its HBO not in the rush making Golovkin vs Ward , not so much of the handlers of those fighters and both of those fighters handlers understand HBO plan and have no problem with it, yes some day they love to see it in a major pay-per-view but HBO got no problem rushing the Kovalev vs Stevenson because both guys are huge punchers and they are not gun shy , plus the style they bring , HBO is hopeing it would be a Castillo vs Corrales type war , so they can have a trilogy , so their is no need for them to fight other guys at 175 . last time we seen two huge punchers in one ring trading shots was in 2005 Castillo vs Corrales .Posted March 25, 2014 5:43 pm
A hint about the term ‘WORLD CHAMPION, people. Gennady Golovkin fights all over the WORLD. Andre Ward, like Floyd Mayweather, doesn’t travel…Posted March 25, 2014 5:37 pm
Aweirdo – “Don’t mention the only fighting in California excuse. It’s irrelevant because whatever the venue, it will still be a boxing match.”
Very, very naive outlook. Of course home town fights are an advantage. Especially against international opponents. Why do you think there are so many gift decisions given to the home fighter. Ward needs to fight internationally because no one knows how he will react to an aggressive anti-Ward crowd. If he wins then the doubters will be silenced and will have no more excuses or ammo to fire in defence of their own idols. Also he is not a draw anywhere including Oakland.Posted March 25, 2014 5:06 pm
GGG won’t have to worry about getting his ears boxed off by Ward, that’s why he chose Chavez Jr.Posted March 25, 2014 5:02 pm
best post on the thread thus far is FIGHT AFFICIONADO. im sure it will remain best post. great job pointing that out FA!!!Posted March 25, 2014 4:43 pm
froch and kessler were never all that son. froch more so is someone who’s fighting style, willingness to engage/exchange, and warrior mentality makes him pleasing to watch to the fight fan. froch “leaves it all in the ring” son. “if” ward fights 3g then 3g is his toughest opponent to date. i favor 3g. wards not that strong he will have to runPosted March 25, 2014 4:41 pm
Ward is a ducker. Funniest thing I’ve read today. I guess the requirements for being a “ducker” is to be undefeated and to be a pure boxer.
Ward fought all the big names in his division and beat them all. Even took a break from his busy schedule to fight a tough Sakio Bika who was not in the SMW tournament. None of the guys Ward beat bothered fighting Bika.
Want to know what a true duck is, ask Froch and Kessler. The two guys who claim they can beat Ward sure aren’t gung ho about pushing for a rematch to prove it.
This will be a tremendous war of wills. Manny is a little past his prime, Bradley not a huge puncher. Could be an early candidate for fight of the year.Posted March 25, 2014 3:53 pm
Stop fronting (Andre Ward) is the man to beat second pound for pound fighter in the world and is well proven knocking off any cat that came his way..quote that!Posted March 25, 2014 3:24 pm
“Kovalev would absolutely hammer Ward.”
Thats why Ward wont fight him. Kov would KO him fast and Ward knows it. Ward ducks just like Mayweather.Posted March 25, 2014 3:05 pm
“Team Golovkin stated prior to his last fight that there was “no rush” to go up in weight, and that the Ward fight would need to “build”. Suddenly, only a few months later this has all changed. That type of movement leaves room for criticism.” – GGG will be fighting outside his division yet Vivek expects him to go after Ward and implies GGG is “cherrypicking.” Did Vivek state Floyd cherrypicked Corley in his first bout at 140 instead of Tszyu? Judah at 147 instead of Margarito? Can’t have it both ways dude.Posted March 25, 2014 3:00 pm
Kovalev would absolutely hammer Ward.Posted March 25, 2014 2:59 pm
GGG is doing it right. First Chavez then Martinez then Ward. Go to the weakest to the strongest. That way you fight them all!Posted March 25, 2014 1:59 pm
What the writer failed to mention is Chavez jr is a bigger name than Ward , consider the tv Ratings and the so many mexican fans for Chavez that will pack the areana in LA and large number of them will buy the pay per view . Chavez jr is too much of a pay per view star than ward regardles if he is a better fighter or have a better resume . If you can not understand that ,that sounds like you have very strong hatred of Golovkin that made you very stupid , either that ,stop smoking crack .Posted March 25, 2014 1:52 pm
They know ward will beat ggg that’s why ggg don’t want none but I like both fighter’s just want to see them more active well at least wardPosted March 25, 2014 1:28 pm
Ward will be playing that wait and see game , that’s fine I do not blame him , that’s not nesessary a bad thing , like a guy in wall street , the truth is tv networks and promoters can sometimes have a very bad habbit of over milk it or make the fight to soon . The truth is vivek wallace should be writing why floyd not fighting Khan .Posted March 25, 2014 1:04 pm
It seems funny how few months ago Ward was calling out Chavez jr and admitting not intrested of fighting ggg because of his resume not good enough , legit excuse or not , but I respect him , but the truth is Chavez jr reseme is weaker than Golovkin . I’m not taking sides , just bringing the facts . Ward and Chavez are the type of guys only finds what’s right for them not what is best for the fans or the sport of boxing . Golovkin more for the fans and the sport of boxing , we know he is willing to fight a grizzly bear . Chavez might be thinking being 168 is advantage over ggg , might be the big reason he called him outPosted March 25, 2014 12:49 pm
Maidina should go all out for 4 rounds. Give it everything cos he will never be able to go the distance with Mayweather and get a decision. He might as well just go for it early.Posted March 25, 2014 12:32 pm
GGG’s team isn’t going to do it and you can’t blame them because it should be a Mega-Fight given the quality of the fighters but its a Fan based fight that isn’t crossing over to the mainstream at this point which means, less money for both. And given Ward’s ego and status, he’ll want more money. So GGG’s team will build him up by looking for big name opponents at MW, like Martinez, Cotto, Alvarez (if he moves up), and of course, Chavez jr at SMW. Maybe they can get Froch.Posted March 25, 2014 12:13 pm
Vivek wallace and the haters got it all twisted , first of all Ward admitting he will not fight Golovkin until he builds his reseme , so really its Ward , not Golovkin . There you have it , the green light is on Ward and we all know HBO will milk it , becau$e thats part of the boxing biznezz.
No, its GGG’s Team. They don’t want him to face Ward. They would rather him unify the MW division and see if there are bigger fights with less risk than Ward.
If GGG wanted Ward he could start with going to SMW and challenging another big name to get to Ward.Posted March 25, 2014 12:10 pm
Styles make fights
Mannys style he is a good puncher he has had power not too sure if he still does. He throws a lot of punches from awkward angles for the most part he loves to brawl. Outwork and beat you up he is not very technical but he knows how to trap you. But he is open to counters and can be easily hit he has a good chin but he has had his clock stopped more than once. Enter Floyd he is a counter puncher who from the first round established his rhythm and picks you apart he is perfectly fine with making you miss and pay because he know you cannot stop it every fight is nothing more than a sparring session with him he is not easily rattled and you cannot rough him up. You have to body shot him and jab hit anything he gives you arms elbows hips ribs because it will wear him down and you will not hit his head. But you will get hit a lot so you have to have excellence footwork and stamina, Trainers tell there fighters to rough him up but it ever works they playing checkers and he plays chess…Posted March 25, 2014 11:51 am
Bradley has the heart, but not the skills.Posted March 25, 2014 11:33 am
GGG hasn’t fought anyone worth talking about he is untested. As far as Floyd he keeps calling him out but he is too big Floyd is beat at 147, not 154. GGG is 160 Floyd is too small he has trouble even making 154, Now as far as Miadana he is the best option he is coming off a big win over Broner. Before then it was Canelo who was undefeated Floyd fights the best its just that he make it look like armature night no one can challenge him not even Manny who hast had a dominating performance since 09. Excluding a garbage ass Rios there is no one out there who can give him a run for the money or even come close he is too skilled and smart. Manny had his chance in 09 and he would have been among the victims as well. But he walked away now what does he have Bradley and Marquez over and over.Posted March 25, 2014 11:23 am
Vivek wallace and the haters got it all twisted , first of all Ward admitting he will not fight Golovkin until he builds his reseme , so really its Ward , not Golovkin . There you have it , the green light is on Ward and we all know HBO will milk it , becau$e thats part of the boxing biznezz.Posted March 25, 2014 11:14 am
jmm stylistically matches ok with pac. if u ask me provod would woop jmm
pacman is waaaaay better than jmm, it just so happened jmm caught him. a result that is no likely to repeat and even less likely against a peak pac. people can try to convince themselves otherwise hating on pac but their delusionalPosted March 25, 2014 11:01 am
The level headed people who are picking Bradley is due to these things, 1 Pacquiao is on a decline, 2 Bradley learnt from their previous fight, 3 Bradley just outboxed Marquez. Manny needed a confidence booster fighting a robot in Rios whilst Bradley tangoed with the man that put Pac in coma for 10 minutes, get it?Posted March 25, 2014 10:48 am
Black Pariah when GGG keeps calling Mayweather who is 2 divisions south we as the boxing public have to ask him why he is not moving up to 168lbs to fight Ward. No one is disputing the fact that GGG is the man at 160lbs since we won’t see him fight those other champs. What’s good for the goose is usually good for the gender too. If you don’t see anything wrong with that kinda of thinking then my friend you not a boxing fan, just someone’s fanboy that’s all from me. Plus I think Mayweather vs Maidana is a waste of time, period.Posted March 25, 2014 10:42 am
Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)
Of course your picking Bradley to win. You’re one of the very few delusional fans in the world who still believes he won the first fight…lol. My prediction is that PacMan wins — again. And then poor Bradley “The Billy Goat” will no longer have any titles. (Dude has scars all over his forehead and dome from headbutting so many fighters throughout his career.)Posted March 25, 2014 10:37 am
The Black Pariah
First point: Bradley will get the sh it kicked out of him worse this time. What you see in Pac is a patient man biding his time. You are a rotten observer.
Second point: Doesn’t a guy going up in weight class get a run at it before he takes on the champ? Of course, except for you pin heads that find fault with GGG all the time.
Get a real job. You are sh it as a writer.Posted March 25, 2014 10:00 am
Just read that Bradley is actually the favorite at the moment. Didn’t think that would actually happen. Still riding with Bradley by a decision.Posted March 25, 2014 9:54 am
pac and bradley are making the best fight possible while fighting the best possible. floyd is fighting people far removed from the best. he is fighting the ortiz’s, guerreros, kahns, and maidanas. and the BS catchweight on of 152 in a 154 title fight on a 23 year old kid who could hardly make 154 and did not make it last time out. floyd ruined that bout and removed most if not all the risk canelo brought. i struggle to call floyd the top or the best with his piss poor matchmaking while there are countless better opponents. leagues better.!!!Posted March 25, 2014 9:52 am
Tim Bradley seems so confident and Pacman knew this, he couldn’t even look Timmy in the eyes..quote that!Posted March 25, 2014 9:42 am
TARK likes to pull apart people’s comments, looking for a word or a sentence out of place. Idiot TARK says: Viv says.., “Mayweather always said “when they come to fight, they always end up knocked out”.
Idiot TARK, says the Mayweather-Hatton fight was similar to LEWIS-TYSON. No, it wasn’t. TYSON was a literal punch bag after the first round, whilst Ricky was competitive until the midpoint after he was warned by Cortez.
Pacman hasn’t lost much if anything… He fought a great fight against Rios.. He took on a much bigger youngster with a granite chin and boxed rings around him..
It was Ricky Hatton all over again, except for their size and their chins.
Posted March 25, 2014 1:41 am
Oh, dear. The delusional TARK strikes again. Rios, much bigger than Pac? Yeah, right. We hear you, King TARK. If you really know your boxing like you pretend to, it was a carbon copy of Pac vs David Diaz and nothing like the Harron fight! Sheez!Posted March 25, 2014 5:49 am
I don’t know why anyone with an ounce of boxing semblance would mention GGG in the same sentence as SOG. Boxing fans are delusional, period. GGG hasn’t done squat to be warranted these eulogies he seems to get from the nutty scribes.Posted March 25, 2014 5:44 am
What did I expect hecdog writing a thesis for his idol who was iced by his grandpa MarquezPosted March 25, 2014 5:40 am
Vivek this has nothing to to Maidana’s execution Marcos has heart and power that’s all he has. Please go watch Alexender hurting Maidana about 5 times in their fight with body shots only. This is all a fuss. It will be more entertaining than the Pacquaio vs Bradley 2 thou, and the whole card aint bad.Posted March 25, 2014 5:38 am
Birdhead….You like to give the impression you know all about taking peds…IE Paq refused to take the test Floyd demanded….So tell me what is wrong with the test he has already taken and passed, 99% of boxers have taken the same test……So can you back up some of your wisdom,with fact…I’d really like to hear from you,to clarify some of your random statements
I don’t know all about PED, but I have read some stuff its not much though. I just know in random blood test the test can be done at anytime without warning. They are testing for a larger array of substances and just PED, they have many different Masking agents to fool the test. The test that are normally administered are at the beginning of training camp and after the fight. So, during training camp PED can be administered and out of the system or masked by the time the second test is given. RBT can be take several times over the training camp and catch the offenders with a high level of the PED in their system or a high level of the masking agent. That’s about all I know about it.Posted March 25, 2014 4:25 am
Manny has a lot to prove and he didn’t sound too confident in the face off either. Bradley is tough he cannot hit hard but he can take some shots and he wont fold. And Manny hasn’t beat anyone worth talking about since 09 his skills, killer instincts or the PEDs clearly he is not the same fighter beating dehydrated fighters. Manny is a over hyped wash we heard all the promises of how he was going to be more aggressive for years. How he was going to KO Marquez, Bradley and Rios but none of which happened.Posted March 25, 2014 4:19 am
PAC dont need to fight Marquez if he win,
Mike, you really don’t have a clue, Bradley took the belt from Pacquiao, when Pacquiao and Marquez fought last there was no belt at stake. Pacquiao has the #1 contender spot in the WBC for the belt that Mayweather holds, but Pacquiao challenge to Mayweather was all fluff because Arum already had a fight date for Paquiao in April and Mayweathers was set way before in May.Posted March 25, 2014 4:15 am
Why should Ward call a lesser fighter out? It’s like asking Wlad to call other HW fighters out. Ward is a well-accomplished fighter , GGG isn’t. Some people have got their facts twisted because of their biased views.Posted March 25, 2014 4:07 am
Birdhead….You like to give the impression you know all about taking peds…IE Paq refused to take the test Floyd demanded….So tell me what is wrong with the test he has already taken and passed, 99% of boxers have taken the same test……So can you back up some of your wisdom,with fact…I’d really like to hear from you,to clarify some of your random statementsPosted March 25, 2014 3:56 am
Manny Pacquiao has dominated boxing for over a decade. Voted Fighter of the Decade by boxing’s top writers was justice for a fighter that took on the best and beat the best. His 8 division world titles will never be seen again, ever. June of 03 defeats Ledwabe by TKO for a title. Nov 03 destroys the great Marco Antonio Barrera. May of 04 drops Marquez in round one and beats him around the ring for 12 rounds, and if not for a judge that admitted he scored a round wrong, Manny on paper would have received the in. Regardless, he won in the public eye. Jan of 06, destroys the great Erik Morales. Mar of 08 destroys Marquez. Dec of 08 destroys Oscar, the Golden Boy. May of 09 destroys Hatton. Nov of 09 Destroys The great Miguel Cotto. Nov of 2010 destroys Margarito. Nov of 2011 destroys Marquez and June of 2012 destroys Bradley as the robbery of the century is born. Nov of 2013, Manny puts on the greatest boxing exhibition ever bar none. April of 2014, Manny Pacquiao devastates Timothy Bradley to regain his stolen championship belt and bring justice to himself. Manny Pacquiao will go down in the history books as the greatest fighting machine ever. No one ha the speed, power, accuracy, agility, ring generalship or stamina that Manny Pacquiao posses, no one, Mayweather was in the decade that Manny Pacquiao as voted the Fighter of the Decade. The writers, fans and fighters all knew that Manny as unbeatable in that decade, and Floyd Mayweather would not have stood a chance, and that’s fact. Manny is a combination of Robinson, SRR Leonard, Duran, Hagler, Monzon,Chavez, Louis, Tyson, Ali and a few other great talents. April 12th will be Manny Pacquiao’s vindication day. Greatness will visit the boxing world again as Las Vegas will be packed. Floyd Mayweather’s home town where he resides will be Manny Pacquiao’s home while he is there as he is with the City of Los Angeles. Theere will never be another fighter that brings so much to the table. He changes every city he goes to. People love Manny Pacquiao, and his fighting ability has no equal. Keep your eyes on the TV on April 12 or you may miss one of the greatest knockouts of all time. Manny Pacquiao will be special on this night. Trust me, when Manny is motivated, focued and phyically and mentally prepared, no one beats him, no one. manny is the best!Posted March 25, 2014 3:03 am
Very tense face off. I must say I was impressed with Bradley’s confidence, almost as much as I was laughing at his 8-4 assessment of their first fight. Realistic or not, he seems pretty sure in his chances of winning. As for Manny, he’s the ultimate passive-aggressive fighter. You could see how agitated he was when Tim called him out and said he’s lost that fire, almost that it made him angry on the spot. He has to bring that into the ring though and be at his best to knock Tim out. He can do it, but it’s up to what version comes to the fight. If he’s not 100% it’s Tim’s fight to win.Posted March 25, 2014 2:57 am
Another Sad day for Pactards
Tark. Boy are you dumb…Rios.. Lmfao. A blown up lightweight coming off a loss.Posted March 25, 2014 2:13 am
Another Sad day for Pactards
It’s funny. People say stuff like . Manny knocked out Cotto but Mayweather couldn’t do it.well let’s see. Mayweather foughtCotto at 154.
Manny fought Hatto, Mosley , and Delayhoya. After Floyd . And Oscar did not fight at welterweight in almost 10 years.oscar came in at 142 on fight night .Posted March 25, 2014 2:11 am
Pacman hasn’t lost much if anything… He fought a great fight against Rios.. He took on a much bigger youngster with a granite chin and boxed rings around him..
It was Ricky Hatton all over again, except for their size and their chins.Posted March 25, 2014 1:41 am
and GGG continues ducking champions and top tiers between 154lbs to 168lbs. Chavez is a bum whose never beaten a good fighter in his life thus makes him a great choice for the bum magnet.Posted March 25, 2014 12:49 am
Tomato Soup my bad.Posted March 25, 2014 12:20 am
Is that huge garbage dump in Manila cleaned up yet?Posted March 25, 2014 12:18 am
birdhead, your screwing up the interesting thread. This isn’t twitter state your piece and move on and your tons of post are boring.Posted March 25, 2014 12:17 am
Racist Pactards talk smack about African-Americans. What race is known as asian nikkas?Posted March 25, 2014 12:13 am
Even Dr. Bello can’t help Jinkee. Pactards should know who Dr. Bello is.Posted March 25, 2014 12:11 am
Pacquiao 0-4 against JMMPosted March 25, 2014 12:10 am
Haimat= Tamiah= Female.
The Philippines…where multiple knockout losses is a virtue lol.Posted March 25, 2014 12:09 am
Manny takes more hits than a crack pipe. True greats have defense also.Posted March 25, 2014 12:07 am
Pacquiao is a garbage fighterPosted March 25, 2014 12:06 am
Pacquiao admitted catchweight helped him beat Cotto. Punkass coward. Oh I have the article for Pactards in denial.Posted March 25, 2014 12:06 am
Team Golovkin already stated that Ward is a bit to big and experienced right now but the time will come.
Quit pretending that Maidanna has a chance and that Mayweather aint ducking Laura and GolovkinPosted March 25, 2014 12:05 am
PAC dont need to fight Marquez if he win,
You are another crazy Pacquiao fan, the truth is Pacquiao was begging Marquez for a re-match, but wanting the lion share of the purse. Marquez turned him down, so Pacquiao fought Bradley.Posted March 24, 2014 11:49 pm
Manny hasn’t stopped anyone since 09, and they were dehydrated Bradley is tough he took hard shots from Ruslan and he kept coming and didn’t fold. So I don’t see Manny stopping him this will be another close one. Bradley has no KO power but he is game as hell. Manny skills have faded alone with some of his confidence from the Marquez loss. This one will go to the cards with them having to fight for a 3rd time. This is another Manny vs. Marquez saga that goes on till this day. Manny cannot dominate guys his size or who are not coming in with weight issues.Posted March 24, 2014 11:49 pm
How was Pacquiao-Bradley I controversial? It was a bad decision and most people with a functioning brain and two eyes will agree.Posted March 24, 2014 11:45 pm
All these people who think Floyd is scared of Pacquiao, please tell me one time when Pacquiao sat down and tried to make a fight with Mayweather. All Pacquiao has done is told the Media he will fight him or tell Mayweather to call him and when he did Pacquiao hung up in complete terror wondering how Mayweather came across his phone number.Posted March 24, 2014 11:44 pm
The oracle of Delphi
Bradley can not knock out Pac; the fool will try when losing on points and then get exposed. Pacquiao by stoppage.Posted March 24, 2014 11:26 pm
The oracle of Delphi
Pacquiao by stoppage and Maidana by stoppage.Posted March 24, 2014 11:22 pm
PacQuiao is a twice defeated ex-champion, who should have fought Mayweather in 2009. His time at the top is in the past, Pacman needs to beat Bradley to get back some of what he lost (like his title). I think time has caught up to him, and it will be very difficult to get back to the top fighting the way he fought when he was 25 years old. He needs to make adjustment in his style to lengthen his boxing career. If not opt to continue to fight the same way I feel he has more KO loses in his future.Posted March 24, 2014 11:05 pm
Woop Woop, my god you’re thick. Froch and Ward never offered a fight to Golovkin. The author has lost the plot a bit on this as well. Ward stated clearly in January that it is not his business to call out other fighters, he is just trying to pressure Golovkin into calling him out, which is kind of weird and if that’s the way the way he wants to play it he will just have to wait until Golovkin is ready. But if Ward really wanted this fight he would just swallow his pride and pick up the phone and call Golovkin’s people and make them an offer.
Bradley is wrong. The hunger is given to Manny by his S&C coach J Fortune, a PED proponent.Posted March 24, 2014 10:52 pm
Pedquioa will have to admit defeat when Bradley knocks him out.Posted March 24, 2014 9:56 pm
It’s obvious that since the Margarito fight, Pac-man has not quite looked the same. I think he’s about 80% of the Pac-man we used to see, but even that 80% is enough to beat most fighters at 147lbs. In my honest opinion, the 3 best at 147lbs are PBF, Bradley, and Pac-man. Whoever wins this fight, should DEFINITELY get a shot at PBF. How could it possibly be anyone else??????? Khah?? Devon?? Porter?? No way, the winner of this fight should be next in line, no questions asked. As for Maidana, he is waayyyyy too slow of hand and foot to touch PBF. He may throw 100 punches per round, but he will be hitting nothing but elbows, shoulder’s and forearms. To be a threat to PBF these days, a fighter needs speed of both hand and foot. This will be nothing more than a glorified sparring match. Nothing more, nothing less.Posted March 24, 2014 9:53 pm
Pedquioa will learn the hard way. Timmy will put him down for good.Posted March 24, 2014 9:48 pm
3g will be a big problem for ward. ward got his jaw jacked and his mouth piece sent to 10th row by froch. 3g will be his toughest fight.
3g vs chavez jr? i like them both and say may the best man win. in terms if a forecast i have to say 3g to be the first to stop chavez! you heard it here FIRST!!!Posted March 24, 2014 9:46 pm
Stare downs and looking straight at your opponent in the eyes mean absolutely nothing ,,This writer claims that Pacquiao looked uncomfortable in his Face off with Bradly ..it don’t mean sh-t ..Joe Fraizer hardly ever looked at his opponent during instructions by the ref . Guillermo Rigondeaux looked uncomfortable in his stare down with Nonito Donaire ,and look what happen .Posted March 24, 2014 9:26 pm
Mayweather KO% 58, Pac 61. Wow what a power puncher Mayweather is. Almost the same.Posted March 24, 2014 9:08 pm
My man pac got so embarrased on face off i really felt 4 himPosted March 24, 2014 8:55 pm
Golovkin is taking Chavez coz the fight should be relatively easy for him (without even needing to gain any weight), pays massively and is a good lead-up to forcing Martinez’ hand for the late 2014 fight that Martinez has claimed he’d be good for.
I do want to see a Golovkin-Ward fight, but I understand the strategy. Golovkin needs to build himself to be the bigger money draw, and thus have the negotiating power to draw Ward out of his hometown.
Pac Hater Killer
Manny literally TASTED the canvas when Marquez knocked him out lolPosted March 24, 2014 8:25 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Manny has a big round booty. Hec Dog likes that. Look how it fills up the seat! LOLPosted March 24, 2014 8:23 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Silly Pactards. Obsessed with Mayweather and Manny keeps losing to OTHER fighters LOLPosted March 24, 2014 8:22 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Idiots, Mayweather is not a knockout artist. Wow, what a revelation!Posted March 24, 2014 8:21 pm
if you call Ortiz a KO. That was going 12 if he was looking but poor on his part. I don’t see how his fans keep accepting fighters that he puts up. He talked guerro into the top 10 p4p list. There is no way in the world that guerro was or ever will be a top 20 p4pPosted March 24, 2014 8:08 pm
Viv says.., “Mayweather always said “when they come to fight, they always end up knocked out”.
It depends on the quality of the boxer… Miguel Cotto came to fight. Floyd tried to knock him out and couldn’t do it. Out of Floyd’s last 10 opponents, Hatton and Ortiz were low quality and they’re the only ones he got out.Posted March 24, 2014 7:57 pm
Vivek says.., “Ricky Hatton is about the only Mayweather opponent that I can think of in recent years who gave the very same effort, with the very same intensity until it was all over.”
No he didn’t. Hatton attacked fiercely in the 1st round.
He got out-punched 21-5 … so that was the end of that level of intensity. After the 7th round Hatton was a dish rag. The fight was over for Ricky for all intents and purposes. Floyd started putting on the finishing touches and softened Ricky up with jabs in the 8th. Walking into the turnbuckle after the check-hook wasn’t the act of a wild attacker. Ricky was trying to get close enough to clinch. He was the most kaput fighter you can imagine. It was similar to Tyson in the Lewis fight—their corners should have stopped it before the fatal round.
Maidana will do better than Hatton. He’ll put some good hits on Floyd—because he’s a much better attacker and not a serial clincher. He couldn’t stop Khan so he won’t stop Floyd. He gets hit a lot—but he doesn’t take a punch like Guerrero. He’ll be stopped about the 11th.Posted March 24, 2014 7:54 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Pactards, there is still Mark Munoz to cheer for LOLPosted March 24, 2014 7:53 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Manny pulled out of the proposed March 2010 fight like the punk that he is.Posted March 24, 2014 7:53 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Manny needs 5 more losses to reach double digits.Posted March 24, 2014 7:52 pm
Viv.., “Common knowledge says if it’s remotely close, Bradley won’t get another decision in light of the way the last fight ended.”
It’s common knowledge Pacquiao could get ripped off again.
It happened to Hopkins twice against Taylor … You have no idea what Boxing judges are going to do.. In most other subjectively scored individual sports they use 12 highly trained judges.. They throw out the high and low scores. Two judges are passed on before the score is even computed.Posted March 24, 2014 7:51 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Floyd will defeat Manny in whatever manner he chooses. He can outbox Manny’s punkass, out muscle the midget, and if he chooses to, he will STOP Manny’s flip, chump, punkass.Posted March 24, 2014 7:51 pm
I wouldn’t read much on what Pac said in the interview. Remember that he can hardly express himself in his native tongue. It is true though, that he is not the same. The Marquez KO took so much from him, mentally.Posted March 24, 2014 7:50 pm
Pac Hater Killer
Pac dehydrated Oscar into a petite lingerie model. That’s why Oscar started dressing up like a woman.Posted March 24, 2014 7:49 pm
Pac Hater Killer
@Joanna, Bradley whips Manny’s punkassPosted March 24, 2014 7:48 pm
Jonn E. JaGozza
I don’t want to make any postings about the Bradley / Packman fight as we all know that Packman should win that one. BUT the GGG / Chavez Jr fight is a mismatch as Chavez has never been in the ring with a banger like GGG… I kind of lost some respect for GGG as I thought he should go after someone in his league like Andre’ Ward… My only advice to Chavez is be prepared to lose as I don;t see him having anything to stop GGG’s power. I like Chavez Jr but he’s not like his ole man Chavez Sr who is and always a legend.. Chavez is a fighter who has the genes to be a fighter but not too sure about having the heart of a fighter. He did rather poorly in his outing against Martinez. Also he lacks the power that his ole man had. His dad was ferocious, and he’s not
huh? pactards? wtf. This some girl power thing? a lot of fruit writers like viv and now posters?Posted March 24, 2014 7:43 pm
Just rewatched Pac v Bradley 1. Jesus, Pac beat Bradley’s ass silly. That result was a travesty. Pac probably beat him even more convincingly now that he knows Bradley’s defense.Posted March 24, 2014 7:42 pm
Be funny if JMM loses to Rado. Fall right in line with his Chris John loss.Posted March 24, 2014 7:33 pm
The Mad Scientist
SECOND THAT. Pacquioa fans dont know when its time to stop whinning and accept that their hero just got his azz whooped! Whine whine whine…Posted March 24, 2014 7:18 pm
Tim Bradley is getting into pacquiaos head. Making him unsure if he still has the fire. I think Bradley wants pacquiao to be super aggressive so he can counter punch him. Hopefully Bradley can hit pacquiao hard enough to hurt or get respect from manny. If Bradley can use his double jab followed by the right hand and then tie manny up he has a chance to win big on April 12th.Posted March 24, 2014 7:15 pm
PAC has nothing to prove. He will beat Bradley then Marquez, if Marquez beats AlvaradoPosted March 24, 2014 7:03 pm
bradley vs pac and jmm vs oac showed who was greater. who knocked who down more jmm or pac? what other common opponents do jmm and pac havePosted March 24, 2014 6:55 pm
Adrian- crawl back to the hole that you came from wankerPosted March 24, 2014 6:53 pm
The Mad Scientist
I find it funny how this pactards always accuse Marquez about being a sore loser and a whiner but all we see around here is the worst fanbase in the sport doing all the crying and the whining acting like sore losers..Lol!Posted March 24, 2014 6:51 pm
And how can GGG clean out the MW division when its full of p@#$ies scared to fight the dude. He is being forced to fight at a higher division.Posted March 24, 2014 6:47 pm
“Pac does not look good against folks who apply the sweet science.”
Peej, could you elaborate please? Who has Pac fought that has “applied” the sweet science?Posted March 24, 2014 6:45 pm
And JMM will still have to beg Pac or Bradley for a fight. JMM will still be the B-Side. 1-1-2 is JMM’s record against Pac. Still a losing one.Posted March 24, 2014 6:42 pm
“Don’t you want PAC to win so Marquez Maybe get another shot?” TYSON, the only one in desperate need of another shot is Pacquiao*. otherwise, Marquez has already exceeded expectations with his epic comeback in I, which he bookended with the most BRUTAL and DEVASTATING KO in boxing history in IV. there is literally nothing more Marquez can do or prove at 40-something. all doubts have been removed and all questions have been answered. Pacquiao’s* fans need to stop being sore losers and simply accept that Marquez is Greater. he Proved It.Posted March 24, 2014 6:37 pm
Adrian – I have never said that GGG should fight Chavez Jr. Please don’t lie and put words in my mouth.Posted March 24, 2014 6:33 pm
Pacquiao is on PEDs?Posted March 24, 2014 6:28 pm
Martinez is busy and Ward has promoter problems. So there is Chavez who will box him. this writer loses me. Who wants another Curtis stevens like match? Andy Lee?Posted March 24, 2014 6:28 pm
Let me guess, Vivek is insinuating that Pac is on PEDs. He mentions Floyd at least 5 times in the article and the article is pure BS. close?Posted March 24, 2014 6:18 pm
He can’t fight froch as you know because he is fighting groves …no matter who he takes you will be the first one cry about it …Posted March 24, 2014 6:05 pm
pac looked better than floyd against every common opponent but jmm who was small floyd outweighed and refused to weigh in fight night.
this manny has trouble with boxers bs manny even beat bradley in the eyes if most so please GTFOH PEEJ.
ufc needs to make a bixing division and elimInate all the bad in the current system. eliminate the bad business. its sAd that guys like vivek are calling it “business first” and “evolution”. this is a sport not a circus And it sounds like vivek is deffending the mayweather circus which is more like a wwf wrestling ppv not a sports match. mayweather fights UTTER GARBAGE MATCHUPS CHERRYPICKED. insult to boxing.Posted March 24, 2014 6:05 pm
Woop woop – so now you are saying Chavez is a leftover ????? Lmao!!!!you were the one who were saying he should fight Chavez a big guy …so what happen now ? He is not good either ??? Lol
And as for Martinez if they would fight and beat him you still would say he beat a ” washed up fighter ” ..
Yes we are talking about 2 different things. A boxer like Marquez, Floyd, the Charlo brothers, Ali, Hopkins, Ward. Those are all boxers. Margacheato, Hatton, Rios. Those are brawlers. Pac does not look good against folks who apply the sweet science. He looks good against brawlers. Now I’m not saying a brawler can’t beat a boxer but I am saying Pac has extreme difficulties beating and or looking good against a boxerPosted March 24, 2014 5:55 pm
Woop Woop, Chavez Jr. is hardly ruined.Posted March 24, 2014 5:48 pm
Right, so GGG apparently is going to fight Chavez Jr at Super Middle. Nothing has been signed as yet. I thought GGG was quoted that he wanted to clean out the Middle division? At least that was his excuse for knocking back real challenges from Ward and Froch. Instead now he, might, be fighting Chavez Jr. Mmmm oh yeah another guy who was thoroughly, convincingly taken apart by the real Middleweight king, Martinez. More left overs for GGG after being ruined by a ‘real’ champion. Of course this will take him further away from all the other challengers that have called him out from Jnr Middle and Middle. GGG is so transparent, yet the brainwashed, IQ deficient drones can’t seem him laughing at them as he takes their money in non events. GGG ‘the illusion’ and dodgeball champion of the world. Chooooooooo!!! Chooooooooo!!!Posted March 24, 2014 5:24 pm
Just playing around tumbo. LOL … Watching too much old westerns utube.
Ward should be pleased that GGG isn’t going straight to a fight with him. If he went straight to a Ward fight and lost, there would be critics ready to pounce that GGG was undersized and unproven at super middleweight. At least by beating Chavez and maybe the Froch-Groves winner, he can declare himself a proven commodity at 168.Posted March 24, 2014 5:22 pm
“ok name change bet tumbo you lose that gringo name”(?!?). TYSON, you’ve already lost the bet since “te tumbo” is about as far from “gringo” as an habanero pepper . . . try again.Posted March 24, 2014 5:16 pm
Here’s some newsflashes:
1. Two elite boxers are going to fight each other for the second time and their mindsets are “pure” and “intense.” Go figure.
2. Let’s be real. Ward isn’t available to fight GGG. He doesn’t want to fight–any opponent–for his current promoter (Dan Goosen) because he’s presently suing him to get out of his contract with him. So why even consider or try to make a fight with Ward? It doesn’t make a hoot if Ward is “open” to a fight with GGG if he can’t or won’t make it. Action talks, BS walks.
3. Is it a better strategy to attempt to smother Mayweather than to attempt to outbox him? Well hell yes! Does anyone in their right mind think Maidana can outbox Mayweather?
Thank you. Thank you very much. :)Posted March 24, 2014 5:14 pm
Peej you keep missing the point. He look ugly well he beat Mosley in points. Why because he knew Mosley could take him out. If PAC was a slugger he would have stayed inside a slugg it out.
Just end it with we are both right, as that could be true depend as how you look at it.
Simple, Ward will manhandle GGG Hopkins style but with more offensive output. Can’t believe this is even being talked about.Posted March 24, 2014 5:13 pm
Peej , ok fairPosted March 24, 2014 5:12 pm
Simple, Ward would manhandle GGG easily. I can’t believe this fight is even being mentioned. GGG should stay @ 160 or 154 even. There’s nothing good 4 him @168, Ward will do a Hopkins type job on GGG but with more offensive out put.Posted March 24, 2014 5:11 pm
I wish somebody would ban Hec Dog… his posts make me want to vomit and are such a total waste of time to read.Posted March 24, 2014 5:11 pm
Pretty simple…Ward will man handle GGG. I can’t believe there’s even talk of this fight being made. GGG is an average size middleweight, ward will mug this guy ala Hopkins style. GGG should stick 2 Sergio, Lee, Geale, Macklin, quillin and co. Ward is a step above them all in size & skill.Posted March 24, 2014 5:08 pm
Pac looked terrible against Mosley, Cotto is more a pressure fighter and no Clottey is no where near a boxer.Posted March 24, 2014 5:01 pm
GGG chose Chavez because Chavez is more popular and generates more money for a fight between them. If GGG wins, he gets a big boost in popularity and can demand a nice size purse if he were to meet Andre Ward instead of Ward just giving him the lower percentage.
GGG chose Chavez because Chavez is more popular and generates more money for a fight between them. If GGG wins, he gets a big boost in popularity and can demand a nice size purse if he were to meet Andre Ward instead of Ward just giving him the lower percentage.
Ok try another angle. Explane your view of PAC as a fighter if he win this fight.
And tumbo. I predicted Chavez win over vera, and will even go as far saying he take GGG I points. as no ko in fight . I know boxing.Posted March 24, 2014 4:43 pm
Bradley all day!Posted March 24, 2014 4:42 pm
See what you want. It’s a free country I admit he not the best boxer, but he can hold his ground sparing long arm khan in boxing that was not a slug fest. Didn’t he fough cotto from the outside adding points and cotto could not touch him ? That boxing he can also slug, Isay he going back to him boxing days, how did he win over rio? Boxing rio could ko manny.
ok name change bet tumbo you lose that gringo name and Olose silly mike Tyson
TYSON, Manny* lacks a jab; a consistent right-handed punch of any kind; has a porous defense; and his footwork is as spastic as it is predictable for a master counterpuncher like Marquez. Pacquiao* is NOT a boxer. he IS a dangerous southpaw puncher with explosive speed but he’s also beatable as Morales, Marquez, and even Bradley have already demonstrated.Posted March 24, 2014 4:31 pm
meanwhile, I can’t help but chuckle at how Chavez Jr’s. career-trajectory continues to make chimps of his haters. first he wouldn’t rematch Vanda, which he did. next he would be tested v. Fredo, which he wasn’t. next he would be defeated by Andy Lee, which wasn’t even close. next he would never dare face Martinez, which he did and almost outlasted for a final-round surge that had rivets and bolts flying off of Martinez’s joints before the final bell. next, Jr. wouldn’t rematch Vera, until he did. next Jr. wouldn’t dare challenge and face Golovkin, which he did even before stepping out of the ring following his “W” against Vera. there are a couple of posters who hated wrong for each and every one of these pivotal matchups of Jr’s. career (they know who they are). conversely, “Cheers” to those select few who anticipated correctly each and every time.Posted March 24, 2014 4:28 pm
Isn’t cotto a boxer? Isn’t Mosley a boxer, isn’t cotley and boxer, yes he not a Floyd boxer but who is,
I have Pac by close UD, I like Bradley but I think the second fight will mirror the first and that favours Pac if the judges get it right this time around.Posted March 24, 2014 4:27 pm
Adrian your right, I forgot this was a mail bag. I thought it was about the face off. My bad. That is why Floyd was brought upPosted March 24, 2014 4:26 pm
And I am sticking to that. He can’t box with a boxer. He lacks that. He is great jumping in and out with a fighter that walks in straight lines, doesn’t move their heads and is slower than he is.Posted March 24, 2014 4:25 pm
te tumbo, he said he felt ok when ask about the weight. And he also said he he don’t have it anymore, why ? Because he gave up tko. The main point I saying to peej is manny can box peej say he can’t box.Posted March 24, 2014 4:23 pm
Adrian I never make up any excuses on any loses. I don’t like excuses on loses or wins. Yes I am on record with that pick.Posted March 24, 2014 4:16 pm
“Oscar . . . was ok he said so himself”. actually what DLH said to Roach immediately following the stoppage was, “you were right, Freddie. I no longer got it”, i.e., he was no okay. he foolishly underestimated Pacquiao*, agreed to the absurd weight-clauses, and dieted (NOT trained) to make the agreed-upon weights. resulting in DLH trying to rehydrate with IV needles on the day of the fight and weighing less(?!?) than Manny* on fight-night. deceptive gossip like Tyson’s is the primary reason I stick around to set the record straight with the documented boxing factS.Posted March 24, 2014 4:16 pm
Just looked up the punch stats and he didn’t throw 600, per what was recorded it was only 401. And actually punch stats is the pressing of buttons and will constantly be wrong unless they review the fight and recount the punches thrown and landed.Posted March 24, 2014 4:16 pm
I got paq win by 8 rd stoppagePosted March 24, 2014 4:15 pm
Hey, nice answer on why Golokin FOR SOME ODD REASON didn’t pursue the fight with Ward. You explained it in at least 4 paragraphs — let me explain Golovkin’s myserious reluctance in 2 sentences:
Becasue Ward would beat Golovkin. Easily.Posted March 24, 2014 4:14 pm
no need for laborious over-analysis of the Ward v. Golovkin situation. Golovkin’s not ready, EVERYbody knows it, Chavez Jr. has become the designated test to see if Golovkin can at least compete v. a bigger opponent. win or lose, it will reveal nothing about the outcome of a potential matchup v. Ward but it’s a step in the right direction. meanwhile, Ward is thoroughly-tested and is fight-fan approved. the depth of imbecility would be to question Ward’s ring-integrity and credibility in any way. only the most astute fight-fan favored Ward to prevail in the Super Six, which he did, Undefeated. he’s subsequently proceeded to tie-up loose ends, mop-up stray contenders, and essentially tighten his grip on the entire middleweight division. Golovkin will be next whenever he thinks he’s ready.Posted March 24, 2014 4:13 pm
Peej punch state tell you what your effort was, Oscar punch his 600 total punch so he was ok he said so himself . PAC out box Oscar from the outside , cotto also is one of the best boxer around, watch him beat Martinez by boxing, watch…..
iam saying PAC can box he beat the Mexican fighters by boxing not slugging and a staying inside .
Vivek”Looking beyond the fundamental skills list and stopping solely at resume and sheer accomplishments, outside of Ward, there’s no one in the sport that looms larger on the “mythical” Pound for Pound ledger but Floyd Mayweather, himself”
Lol because the Vivek mentioned floyed of course as alwaysPosted March 24, 2014 4:09 pm
Why is Floyd being brought up on this thread? Funny how folks can’t keep his name out their mouths. I am taking Bradley by decision.Posted March 24, 2014 4:06 pm
Of course the ever devoted and delusional Flomos have an excuse at hand to explain away why this has happened, but no one with an ounce of sense believes them. I’m sorry but there’s no way it’s a coincidence that he missed them all. 17 years is a very long time indeed and he’s moved up in weight many times and passed through many divisions.Posted March 24, 2014 4:04 pm
Mike Tyson I don’t go by punch stats. Fact is he was weight drained. Roach said this when he said I knew he was done when they put him on IVs after the weigh in. And your punch stats are incorrect. Per the stats Oscar landed 83 or only 401 punches thrown while Pac landed 224 of 585 punches thrown. Oscar was clearly drained.Posted March 24, 2014 4:03 pm
The same idiots who were saying ggg needs to fight a real midelweight like Chavez now that the fight is being made they start with ” a punching bag ” lol ..they want him to fight ward but they say he is to big for mayweather even if he drops at 154 lol …Posted March 24, 2014 4:02 pm
Floyd has never once fought a great fighter that was in their prime let alone actually beaten one. This is an especially alarming statistic given that he’s, in his own words, ”Been at the top of the sport for 17 years”.Posted March 24, 2014 4:00 pm
Peej , this fight PAC will put on a boxing display, that will surprise Bradley, both will box mostly.
Bradley will start throwing his while punches and PAC will set him up. As you throw a ko punches if you get caught with a hook over that punches is ko time . Same as PAC got caught throwing hard and Marquez came over that punch. PAC boxing will find his ko punches.Posted March 24, 2014 4:00 pm
Vivek and his famous “quanswers” with himself. .. Lol
How always mayweathers opponent become “better and improved “before he fights them. , like cotto , Mosley,Ortiz now Maidana …lolPosted March 24, 2014 3:59 pm
Easy money for GGG vs ChavezPosted March 24, 2014 3:58 pm
VIVEK Wasn’t it Chavez Jr that began beating the drums for a fight with GGG after the second Vera fight? Now it’s GGG that CHOSE Julio Jr?? Anyway, once again your anti-GGG sentiment is showing and we know why. Well, what’s GGG to do?? He’s going to fight a obviously bigger opponent for MORE money. Ward is a true TOP P4P fighter but he isn’t a “fan friendly” fighter, which is another one of his problems. The proposed Chavez Jr fight presently represents a smaller risk with higher dividends. You said yourself that Ward is entangled in a legal hassle with his promoter. I’m sure he would’ve preferred Floyd but to ask or expect Floyd to make the jump wouldn’t be fair. If GGG defeats Chavez Jr and if Ward’s promotional problems are worked out then it probably will/can happen before the year runs out.Posted March 24, 2014 3:56 pm
PAC out box Oscar from out side watch the fight, and I show his stats he three 640 pinches total and miss a lot he was not weight drain. PAC can box, same with cotto from the out said aziza change PAC into a lazy fighter that didn’t move much. That what got him ko with Marquez even as he last weight .
And no he is not arguably the greatest of all time.Posted March 24, 2014 3:42 pm
Pac can only do that against fighters that walk in a straight line. Any fighter that has boxed has shown to give Pac a lot of problems. If you look at his record every boxer or counter puncher of elite status he has fought he has lost to. Pac looks great against brawlers. Not so much against fighters that can box or counter punch.Posted March 24, 2014 3:41 pm
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 3:39 pm
mayweather is on another level.Posted March 24, 2014 3:38 pm
That true, he was eating his face off dryly, it’s all aziza fault, because to hatten ko everybody said nobody came out trade PAC , so this slower detection was taken.
You know I think Bradley could come close to trading he not affraid with PAC, but as I say the straighter punch will get there faster, that PAC. Should be a very
Your right peej this fight PAC went back to being faster and box in and sidestep out till he get him hurt, that the old PAC style. And that what will happen this fights, that PAC magic of old he in and out and get into this rhythm like Floyd and styed right on front and make the fighter miss and connect at will in real time, we haven seen that PAC in a long time as he slow down, watch this will come back, and this is what win points and cut your face up. by the 5 round.Posted March 24, 2014 3:29 pm
Per Roach and Ariza Pac had to eat to keep the weight on. Per them they said he would lose the weight during the fight. So I will go by what they say.Posted March 24, 2014 3:25 pm
Maragarcheato was caught cheating and shown nothing of his old self after he was caught. So what Pac did to him is no major thing other than making him drain down to 150. As a matter of fact that fight took a lot of prime out of Pac. Yeah he won but he also lost something in that fight. Martinez is overrated.Posted March 24, 2014 3:24 pm
Peej, cotto hatten Mosley, cotley, fon ight night PAC reydrated to was 147 148 lb according to roach this was PAC best weight. But for the margarito the fight night weight was suppose to be 148-149 lb but its was found out PAC was slower he reach him limit. Aziz and roach fought, and manny was brought down to 145 at fight night.. The weight at fight night is what matters.
Still many fought Marquez at 144lb and Floyd at 145 lb and came in at 147. Manny fought Marquez at his best fight weight, Marquez said this in a interview. He was slower fighting Floyd.Posted March 24, 2014 3:23 pm
You can’t guess a fight by a talk off, you already know the pacman that arrive at ring side is another guys from the polite Huambo manny that smiles a lot. You have seen the look of PAC at ringside when word got out that margarito has rehydrated back up to 163 lb. PAC who arrived was pissed.
And remember Martinez was afraid of margarito ,as he battered Martinez corner to corner till his corner threw in the towel in the 10 round, why didn’t Martinez want reveng? He was affraid go margarito. Logic .
Mike Tyson, would have to disagree with you on that. People are constantly saying how small a WW Pac is. And they constantly say that he has to eat just to maintain 147. So there is really know way of him coming in above 147, heck 144 or 45 is just right for him. If he actually has to eat to do that then he will also lose some major weight during the fight. Not to mention Pac is just not as successful coming in 147. He looks better coming in lighter.Posted March 24, 2014 3:05 pm
poor pacturds, I already told you manny came down from 147lb to fight Marquez at 144lb a gift, he could have fought him at 145lb like Floyd and come in over at 147 lb as he did would that have been a diffrent outcome to being ko. Yes I think so.Posted March 24, 2014 3:02 pm
o Here’s the big difference between Mayweather fans and Pacquiao fans. Mayweather fans are BOXING fans who happen to think Floyd Mayweather is the best P4P fighter in the world, and maybe one of the all time greats. We like other fighters and might follow Andre Ward, GGG, Adonis Stevenson, and others. Pactards only started following the sport when Manny was on his bogus, steroid induced streak over previous Mayweather victims. Mayweather fans would not vote for Floyd if he ran for office. Mayweather fans would not postone their child’s surgical procedure if Floyd was fighting that night. (yes, a dingbat Pinay did that). Crime rates do not do down just because Floyd fights. Pactards really should be ashamed of themselves. Manny will continue to fight until all his brain cells are gone because you idiots don’t have a life of your own.Posted March 24, 2014 3:01 pm
“Floyd Mayweather Jr., The Pound 4 Pound King.
MehPosted March 24, 2014 2:08 pm
Manny got KTFO by Marquez when was the last time he beat a fighter without them meeting him at some catch weight or them having weight issues? Or what was the last undefeated fighter Manny beat? If they are in is weight class he has a hard time beating them convincingly that’s why he has to fight all these guys over and over and its been like that his entire career. Now he is exposed for the hype job he is who juiced to beat dehydrated fighters dumb enough to come down from 154 to 147. Now his rein is over betwwen Bradley and Marquez 5 Manny get his ass handed to him he was never on Floyds level. Floyd walked all over Marquez Mannys nemesis they same guy that dropped him. Now is ppv sales suck and he is irrelevant because he was never sht without juice in the first place. And if the was clean why wouldn’t he submit to blood testing if Arum his master could manipulate when and how they could test him. I am so glad the public is to smart to be fooled by the tactics of corruption. Manny walked away from Floyd and 40 million in 09, Now Floyd continues to make Money more than anyone in the history of the sport and Manny cant even get 1 million ppvs and is 70 million in back taxes to the IRS.Posted March 24, 2014 1:55 pm
well said MackPosted March 24, 2014 1:38 pm
Mack34 has it told like it is…Posted March 24, 2014 1:31 pm
GGG v Chavez is the right option for GGG. Easier fight, more money. Simple Math. If Froch beats Groves then have GGG fight Froch. Then once GGG has his money made, fight Ward…All about the maths baby. If you are KOing people you have a mystique about you. People want to see. When the GGG bubbe bursts then his value greatly decreases. In Chavez and Froch GGG has very winnable fights against cash cows (fighters who name/style that will sell)..Posted March 24, 2014 1:28 pm