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The Heavy Handed

Bradley will fight for his life on April 12th, but he will put his life in the ER(Emergency Room) when comes fight night.

PAC by devastating KO within 10 rounds.

Posted March 28, 2014 5:19 pm 


The Heavy Handed

Floydiots keep saying PAC hasn’t knocked anyone out since the Cotto fight in 2009. Well, well, well, when was the last time that Floyd legally knocked his opponent out(except the Ortiz, fixed, WWE match)? 2006. Yes, 2006.

That said, we will see a KO by PAC on April 12th. Don’t blink your eyes.

Posted March 28, 2014 5:16 pm 


Hidalg0

te tumbo, Pacquiao has never tried to “disassociate” himself from his KO loss and “questionable decisions” in his fights with Marquez.

Posted March 27, 2014 9:31 pm 


Hidalg0

“Pacquiao* who won’t ever be able to disassociate himself from this brutal loss and previously questionable decisionS in his favor.”

He might. If he beats Bradley then faces and beats Marquez. Again.

Posted March 27, 2014 9:30 pm 


piechucker

Gumbo’ I’m not a fanboy. My posts proove that. Learn to read dingus. Who cares who’s better. They are both great. Yes your comments are inflammatory, that as a lot about your character

Posted March 26, 2014 11:33 pm 


TARK

Right…, At any given microsecond during a fight you’re going to be winning it.. For instance when you’re landing a punch on Floyd Mayweather Jr—you’re beating him at that precise, isolated moment in time.

But fights are won or lost after ALL the punches have been thrown.

Posted March 26, 2014 9:47 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Tark – What Hecdog means is that Pacquiao was on a golden winning streak for quite some time, beating top notch fighters.

Even his losses weren’t decisive : He obviously beat Bradley and was beating Marquez until he walked into that punch

Posted March 26, 2014 9:07 pm 


TARK

Hecdog says.., “Manny Pacquiao has carried the sport of boxing for more than a decade.” … sounds like a tough job.

I don’t know if he carried it… but he DID give people something to talk about when Marquez ripped his head off with that beaut of a punch.

Pac created a lot of excitement in a nanosecond.

Posted March 26, 2014 8:42 pm 


Hecdog

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 26, 2014 6:29 pm 


moonshineman

Pacquiao will aim for Bradley’s huge head.

Posted March 26, 2014 6:25 pm 


te tumbo

Manny got lucky against Marquez, Bradley got awarded a robbery against Manny and Floyd* ‘won’ a gift against Castillo, real talk.

Posted March 26, 2014 4:37 pm 


te tumbo

Castillo really beat Floyd* 1st time, but Floyd* got lucky.

Posted March 26, 2014 4:35 pm 


etumbo etumba etumbi

“te tumbo” again you’re just FOS!!! Who cares what you say for what every words comes out from your mouth is the product of your infinite hatred towards Manny. You’re no longer in a position to make sensible opinions and with that it transforms you into an ABSOLUTE IMBECILE OF ALL TIME!!!

Posted March 26, 2014 3:54 pm 


te tumbo

correction: . . . Pacquiao* who won’t ever be able to disassociate himself from this brutal loss and previously questionable decisionS in his favor.

Posted March 26, 2014 3:48 pm 


te tumbo

PIEF*CKER, you realize that my “vile hatred”(?) of Pacquiao* is designed to trigger delusional hysterics from fanboys like yourself don’t you. my posts feature boxing. yours feature ME . . . (lol) . . . the rivarly is OVER. Marquez is Greater. Viva Marquez!

Posted March 26, 2014 3:47 pm 


te tumbo

Marquez v. Pacquiao III was NOT “close”. Pacquiao* maaay have clearly won three but no more than four rounds of that bout. whenever Pacquiao* attempted to keep his distance, Marquez took the initiative and powershotted with leads and long and mid-range uppercuts. whenever Pacquiao* attempted to engage, Marquez won every exchange with precise combos once again featuring inside uppercuts. Team Pacquiao* severely miscalculated with their fight-plan of Manny* outboxing an “older”, “slower”, and “smaller” Marquez. however, the alternative fight-plan featuring “lots of punches” backfired even worse in IV. that KO win alone cements Marquez’s legacy for the ages. even moreso because of the delusional workship of Pacquiao* who won’t ever be able to disassociate himself from this brutal loss and previously questionable decision in his favor.

Posted March 26, 2014 3:44 pm 


Fight Aficionado

Both the so-called Superfights this spring suck because they put a bunch of lame fights on the undercards of Floyd’s and Pac’s PPV cards. Won’t be watching either.

Posted March 26, 2014 2:26 pm 


PEEJ

Pac vs Bradley was close. Not close as to could of gone either way but still close in rounds. Pac clearly was the victor though.

Posted March 26, 2014 1:38 pm 


piechucker

I had Marquez winning 115-113. It was mighty close. That’s the point though. Pac-bradley wasn’t close. I had it 118-110, but it could just have easily been 117-111 or 116-112. There is no justifiable way to give Bradley the nod. Unless your a corrupt boxing official or a pac-hater. Terrible robbery which PAC accepted with good grace and sportsmanship.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:54 pm 


piechucker

For the record, I too thought Marquez won the third fight.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:49 pm 


PEEJ

I agree, Marquez clearly beat Pac in the 3rd fight.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:45 pm 


troybaksh

@Tark Welcome back I haven’t seen your comments in a while

Posted March 26, 2014 12:26 pm 


Anonymous

@Tark»Welcome back haven’t see your comments in a while.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:24 pm 


piechucker

Tumbo your vile hatred of PAC means your opinion on this matters is worth nothing, because your hatred blinds you. Arguing with you is like playing chess with a pigeon, no matter happens the pigeon will take a c.rap on the board and then strut off like it won.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:11 pm 


moonshineman

Bradley better be careful about taking big shots from Pacquiao., after the damage in Provd fight.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:08 pm 


piechucker

I didn’t think the fight was close, but I can see how others may have seen it as close. Pac-marquez lll was undoubtably close and could have gone either way.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:07 pm 


moonshineman

Good Article.

Posted March 26, 2014 11:48 am 


te tumbo

the decision for Bradley was no more of a robbery than the decision for Pacquiao* v. Marquez in their third bout. as PED-cheat Mosley sheepishly conceded after robbing DLH of his “W” in their rematch “I’ve lost a few I should’ve won and I’ve won a couple I should’ve lost. That’s boxing”. Manny’s* won several he actually lost. his sore-losing fanboys should get over it.

Posted March 26, 2014 11:33 am 


PEEJ

Nobody thinks the first fight wasn’t a robbery. But it was a closer fight than what people try to make it out to be. But Pac should of clearly gotten the nod.

Posted March 26, 2014 11:27 am 


Thurmal Underwear

so in other words, the usual fight plan. okay.

Posted March 26, 2014 11:20 am 


Anonymous

Manny under any trainer should be able to beat Bradley, but Roach should be replaced, his idea of defense is a strong offense, not bad but boxing is not a skill sport,its accumilated skills and in today’s world where counter punching in thee order of the day at the highest level you needed to be a well rounded boxer. You must be humble enough to know that not every body is going to get ko and making adjustments is what counts. And if u have to beat a fighter with high activity then you must go about it smart or else those who forget the past is condemn to repeat it in the future. Freddy needs to remember the past. Its my firm belief that Manny will win by KO. But it must come naturally or carefully executed

Posted March 26, 2014 11:08 am 


Hidalg0

“Our goal is to throw a log of punches…”

That’s it Manny, tell your enemy your strategy. Always a smart thing to do before a world title/redemption fight.

Posted March 26, 2014 11:02 am 


piechucker

Another thing, what is this bizarre habit boxing fans have of loving one fighter, then feeling it is their obligation to hate the rival. I like bird and magic, Ali and Frazier, ans yes. I’m a huge fan of money may and pacman (though I’m strictly a fan of money may only when he is fighting. A very unlikeable man, but undeniably the best boxer on earth)

Posted March 26, 2014 10:57 am 


piechucker

Manny to again dominate little Timmy. I like both fighters. The bloke below makes a good point, at the time Timmy was seen as a weak opponent, Manny, as we know proceeded to win with ease. It’s funny how time has allowed some people to think the fight wasn’t a robbery. It was. Timmy was trounced. There is know other way to view such a travesty. Yes, I’ve watched it with no volume many times.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:53 am 


te tumbo

“Nobody else finds a problem with that given Roach has how many “Trainer of the Year” Awards?” Yes and I’ve frequently posted so over the past years. it’s all part of the promotional illusion of Team Pacquiao’s* “greatness”. the one thing Roach does do well is prepare his fighters for 12 rounds of give-and-take action. otherwise, Roach has never improved the boxing ability of any of his ready-made contenders or champions. especially Pacquiao* who still doesn’t have a consistent jab and carries his right arm around like some clothing accessory.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:44 am 


Dazani

More punches is a red flag for not knowing how to hit and not get hit. It’s a red flag for not having great defense and counter punching ability. That’s a big mark on Freddie Roach as a “Teacher.” His thing is “more punches,” “be more aggressive”

Tyson at his peak never had to rely on “more punches” because he could make you miss with the bob/weave and make you pay with his own precise punching.

Nobody else finds a problem with that given Roach has how many “Trainer of the Year” Awards?

Posted March 26, 2014 10:39 am 


ODEERC

Is that it? This is always what he plans every fight.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:15 am 


Brazilian Boxing Fan

I hope Pacquiao wins by KO or TKO, to avoid the possibility of another robbery.

Posted March 26, 2014 9:51 am 


PEEJ

Bradley is gonna win a decision.

Posted March 26, 2014 9:04 am 


Geale

Bradley fought prov how prov wanted and anyone who believes tim tried to mix it up is a dumb fool. I e te dumbo

Posted March 26, 2014 6:02 am 


Geale

Yes largo we heard it before

Posted March 26, 2014 6:00 am 


largo

Tim by stoppage.

Posted March 26, 2014 5:28 am 


Bo Bo Olson

Wasn’t that the plan the first time, when Manny took Bradley too lightly? Youth, height/reach and movement is a plus. Do turn off the sound.

Posted March 26, 2014 5:06 am 


Popkins

Pacquiao gets to beat Bradley… Again! The difference this time tho is Tim is P4P no.3 and coming off a win over JMM so Manny will get plenty if credit in victory – unlike before wen Bradley was seen as a weak opponent. And then Floyd facing a guy outside of the top ten p4p adds more fuel to the fire.

Posted March 26, 2014 2:51 am 


pickens P

If memory serves, pacman already beat this boy-

Posted March 26, 2014 2:28 am 


tumbo tumba

“te tumbo again you’re just FOS!!! Who cares what you say for what every words comes out from your mouth is the product of your infinite hatred towards Manny. You’re no longer in a position to make sensible opinions and with that it transforms you into an ABSOLUTE IMBECILE OF ALL TIME!!!

Posted March 26, 2014 2:09 am 


Havoc

Pacqiuia beat Bradley easily the first time. This second fight should be any different! After Pacman beats Bradley they should put in Ruslan against Pacman!

Posted March 26, 2014 2:06 am 


te tumbo

“Say you’ll do anything in the world to get the fight everyone in the world wants”. that would be a first for Pacquiao* but I anticipate that he’ll sabotage any potential matchup v. Floyd (it’s no longer a “P4P showdown”) with one thing he won’t do for anything in the world. followed by another, and another, until he can blame Mayweather(?!?) for the fight not happening . . . oh brother(?!) . . . it’s precisely the reason the whole world has become indifferent to talk of Pacquiao* facing Mayweather.

Posted March 26, 2014 1:57 am 


te tumbo

“Bradley says that he choose to mix it up with Provodnikov on purpose to prove a point, but I don’t buy that excuse”. what excuse? it’s what actually happened if you watched the fight. it was obvious that whenever Bradley focused on boxing, Ruslan was at a notable disadvantage, but when Bradley allowed himself to be baited into exchanges, he was at a notable disadvantage. Bradley fought a more disciplined fight v. Marquez, which I think was a Draw, but what Bradley did well was avoid exchanges that Marquez was looking for. Pacquiao* is gonna “throw a lot of punches against Bradley”? that’s not news. that’s Pacquaio’s* established M.O. and if Bradley anticipates correctly, he should be able to land flush-shots for all 12 rounds and the UD. it has little to do with whether Pacquiao* as got it, or not. what’s most important is that Pacquiao* has lost the element of surprise. he’s an open book that every opponent should know how to prepare for resulting in executing the Marquez blueprint: circle left, time and counter Pacquiao’s* incoming left, all-fight-long.

Posted March 26, 2014 1:53 am 


Anonymous

“Pacman also said he was going to throw a lot of punches the last time he fought Marquez and he got caught and put to sleep.”

Right. That’s how you learn not to jump in. Nothing like a great lesson from an ATG 4-Division World Champion. Pac didn’t jump in versus Rios. Did he? He boxed his ass off.

Who says an old dog can’t learn?

Posted March 26, 2014 1:33 am 


TARK

Pacquiao can’t think about that… Just fight your ass off and pray that the judges will give you the nod.

Than call Floyd out in no uncertain terms… Say you’ll do anything in the world to get the fight everyone in the world wants.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:40 am 


BOXING ART

Bradley will not get KOed. His head too thick and he will do his darndest to headbutt Pacquiao. Bradley will get the referee to favor him just like always.

Posted March 26, 2014 12:28 am 


TARK

This is what I figured the plan would be… Do what you did so successfully the first fight… Only do a lot more of it with a great deal more energy and passion…

Throw like there’s no tomorrow… because if you don’t win there won’t be

Posted March 25, 2014 11:44 pm 


gensandiehard

birdhead grow up..prove it that pcs uses roids..im a boxing fan. im a fan of fmj,roy,jones.morales,marquez and other great fighters..be careful with your words. it might happen to you..,i don’t believed on silly accusations with out proof..

Posted March 25, 2014 11:29 pm 


Hec Dog

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 8:37 pm

Posted March 25, 2014 11:26 pm 


birdhead

Pac’s punch volume has decreased since he stopped using roids.

Posted March 25, 2014 11:19 pm 



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