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Auzbox

There is another bloke that has about a 50 percent KO average and no one brings that up. Manny doesn’t need a KO or ask that other poo fter to do the same

Posted March 28, 2014 6:27 pm 


Greg

I agre with Bad Dog. Rob and Chris Williams never give Manny the credit that he deserves. To start off, he needs to get his sources straight. The Cotto stoppage was not questionable what so ever. Manny clearly broke down and finished Cotto. Every one knows that Bradley didn’t beat Manny. The decision should have been 8-4 Pacquiao. The loss didn’t stain Mannys reputation because everyone knows who clearly won. Lastly, why does everyone insist that Manny desperately needs a KO to win every fight? Manny has over 60% knock out rate compared to Bradley who is averaging a little over 40%

Posted March 28, 2014 2:51 pm 


Titopa

Didn’t Roach say the same thing when Pac fought Marquez? LOL I wouldn’t talk anymore Roach.

Posted March 28, 2014 12:19 pm 


moonshineman

Nathan

How the hell was the stoppage against Cotto questionable ????? that was a pure beat down and should have been stopped earlier??? this writer is a moron.
Posted March 27, 2014 11:44 pm

You are 100% correct……….

Posted March 28, 2014 11:32 am 


moonshineman

The Prince

Funny: This article is suppose to be about Pacquiao and Bradley, but most of the comments are about Mayweather. Don’t need to say anything more.
Posted March 28, 2014 12:28 am

That’s because you have run out of excuses for chicken floyd.

Posted March 28, 2014 11:31 am 


moonshineman

Old Coot

The Prince… That’s because Floyd is FOS when it comes to Pacquiao. And always will be until he cuts the misdirection that nobody but his fans like you are gullble enough to keep buying into, anyhow… Floyd is scared of the Pac Man… You know it, I know, We ALL know… And especially FLOYD KNOWS IT!!
Posted March 28, 2014 12:32 am

Also, Marvin Hagler, Larry Holmes, 50 cent, know it. Here is the question for Mayweather minion. If Mayweather is soo good, why would he refuse to face a fighter who has lost 5 fights, and gain 100 million for the fight?. THE ANSWER: He is afraid.

Posted March 28, 2014 11:30 am 


Old Coot

The Prince… That’s because Floyd is FOS when it comes to Pacquiao. And always will be until he cuts the misdirection that nobody but his fans like you are gullble enough to keep buying into, anyhow… Floyd is scared of the Pac Man… You know it, I know, We ALL know… And especially FLOYD KNOWS IT!!

Posted March 28, 2014 12:32 am 


The Prince

Funny: This article is suppose to be about Pacquiao and Bradley, but most of the comments are about Mayweather. Don’t need to say anything more.

Posted March 28, 2014 12:28 am 


Old Coot

Give the PED stuff a rest man… Manny is just a rare freak is all. And most of you know it… You really should be ashamed of yourselves… But of course you’re not.

Posted March 28, 2014 12:10 am 


Old Coot

And all the “excuses” were partly to blame… Manny is a nice religious guy, who holds no animosity toward any oponent other than Floyd, or when Rios’ camp led by Ariza, physically disrespected Roach… And had Rios not been so big with that signature iron jaw, then Pac would have KO’d his ass too!! Manny has also indeed, been distracted by politics, and extracaricular activity, and he HAS been plagued with leg cramps… Which is not uncommon when you have legs as big as his.

Posted March 28, 2014 12:09 am 


anon

Old Coot – the fountain of youth is a myth, PEDs are the real deal. Besides all that Manny has to do is finish the fight standing the judges will sort out the rest.

Posted March 28, 2014 12:07 am 


Old Coot

We will see the old Pacquiao this time. Just wait and see!

Posted March 28, 2014 12:02 am 


anon

Bottomline is there is no way that Tim will be allowed to win this fight with Pacnap, unless he KOs him and there’s a better chance of Cheato admitting to his bricks than Tim KO Pac.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:58 pm 


anon

Cheato is a POS and belongs in the gutter. Mtf couln’t even KO a cabdriver after he got busted with those bricks. Only te tumbo believes his innocence, says he’ll only change his story only if Cheato admits to it, GTFOH with that nonsense, do you think a scumbag like Cheato would admit to such, not in this life time.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:54 pm 


Nathan

How the hell was the stoppage against Cotto questionable ????? that was a pure beat down and should have been stopped earlier??? this writer is a moron.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:44 pm 


Auzbox

Mansworld wrong again. If 20 mill ain’t a big money fight considering the next behind PAC is 10 mill then gee you must be a silly man. As for the IRS, no all fixed if he has signed with Arum with the 70 mill sign on fee.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:41 pm 


Auzbox

Great fighters don’t always get the stoppage. Floyd don’t so I don’t think PAC needs to either

Posted March 27, 2014 11:39 pm 


TARK

Tumbo.., “Neither I or Mosley believe that [Cheato] had any intent to cheat”

That’s pure bullcrap… The way Mosley took after Cheato in that fight showed everyone he was pissed off as a MFer… After Nazim told Shane what happened he brutally attacked Cheato and knocked him TFO.

It was a master smashing a punching bag… Easy as pie since Cheato no longer had anything to hold Mosley off with.

Cotto KNEW he was going to trounce Cheato’s ass in the rematch.. He wanted the fight to prove the 1st fight was rigged.. Cotto told Max Kellerman, and told Cheato to his face that he was nothing but a cheat… Cotto also brought photographic evidence with him to the TV show, “Faceoff.”

You didn’t watch the telecast… Cotto could barely contain his anger.

Posted March 27, 2014 9:51 pm 


TARK

@ Peyote… You’re full of crap boy!!!

Cotto beat Mosley long before Mosley smashed the living life out of Cheato and knocked him TFO. Which is exactly what Cotto was getting ready to do when Cheato’s life was sparred by a stoppage.

You notice Cheato Rito hasn’t fought since… Cotto knocked his cheating ass into retirement.

Posted March 27, 2014 9:35 pm 


Havoc

So your saying Pacman is broke and no matter what he do from now on he will always be broke.

Posted March 27, 2014 9:26 pm 


mansworld

Yes Manny is fighting for the money but the sad reality is he will not get big money bouts he is getting 20 million for Bradley but he wont see any of it because all the hanger ons and not to mention the IRS debt. Floyd was his best option but he blew it no one else will land him a big money fight…

Posted March 27, 2014 8:48 pm 


Havoc

Money is the motivation for Pacman not to retire. His legacy is secure and this last push is for big bucks. Win or lose.

Posted March 27, 2014 8:38 pm 


Ray Ray

Hec dog if PAC has nothing 2 prove he should retire…. If he gets beat by Bradley he should def retire? Nothing worse than watching a great champ fight on 4 the wrong reasons.

Posted March 27, 2014 8:30 pm 


The Loc69

Sick to my damn stomach with Freddie Roaches mouth. I mean , the man does more talking than his fighter does! What the hell Freddie!! You train your fighters just the way YOU fought and once you stepped in the ring with a skilled fighter (hector camacho) you got your ass whipped. You can’t fight this fight for Pacquiao, he has to do it on his own and to make a prediction that a declining Pacquiao is going to stop tom Bradley in the middle rounds is just not going to happen.

Posted March 27, 2014 8:23 pm 


Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao has nothing left to prove in boxing. He has done it all, and his fan base world wide has no equal. The sensational fighting machine has accomplished more than anyone in boxing, and that’s a fact. His contagious smile and humble personality attracts everyone from the man on the street to the President of the United States. Manny Pacquiao’s rise from the life of poverty to the pinnacle of sports is legendary and respected by all. This heroic giant has crossed over in every way imaginable. His marketability is incredible to fathom. Pistachios were almost non existent as soon as Manny did a commercial for this product. MANNY the movie is receiving great reviews and the sequel is already in the works. The music industry is patiently waiting for Manny to have his next fight so that he can concentrate solely on his next hit. Manny Pacquiao will not go away because he is needed for the sports world to thrive. Manny is as sensational and needed as Elvis Presley was to Rock N Roll. No one can match the excitement of a Manny Pacquiao fight. This legend is a real fighter. He fights the best and climbed 8 weight classes to take on the best and challenge himself. He has achieved a kind of greatness that has never been reached. Look at his resume and you can see for yourselves. At age 35, there still remains an aura of excitement and invincibility in the fighting congressman. A man of character that hides nothing from no one. He has had tough times inside and outside of the ring, but he is transparent about everything. Manny’s life has been put out for the world to see. His character is of the highest ethical standard, and all people love him. Unfortunately, that’s also why some people hate him. Imagine being the greatest fighter of all time, respected by past and current peers, invited to dinner by dignitaries and Presidents throughout the world. And a role model to children, youth, teens, adults and families. Why would others in boxing that have achieved less (Mayweather & Marquez) not be envious and jealous of a man that surpassed them both inside and outside the ring. Now imagine how much higher Manny Pacquiao’s stock will rise after he dethrones Timothy Bradley to recapture his world title. Manny’s legacy is already cemented in the minds of boxing fans. Everyone wants a piece of him (besides Mayweather & Marquez). Manny’s boxing record speaks for itself. A 5ft 6 inch little giant that had no extensive amateur boxing experience or any respected professional boxing trainer to teach him how to box has achieved more than those that received all of those benefits. Manny Pacquiao has done all on his own. A God fearing man that has humbled himself from day and has achieved all of this by trusting God to direct his path. There have been many great fighters in boxing history, but none have equaled Manny Pacquiao’s legendary story to the top. On April 12, 2014, Manny Pacquiao will begin writing the sequel to the movie “MANNY.” What should the title of the sequel be called? “PACQUIO.” sounds about right. Trust me, Manny Pacquiao will have a third sequel. His story will continue. Manny is the best!

Posted March 27, 2014 5:19 pm

Posted March 27, 2014 8:18 pm 


soda pop

de la hoya i thought just beat him 115-113 i thought but i could see some early rounds switch around.at the end of the day im glad de la hoya lost, im a big fan of de la hoya but the way he ended the fight was no way to win one.there not called the championship rounds for nothing.

Posted March 27, 2014 8:06 pm 


soda pop

i for one im happy to see hopkins foul fest headbutts, elbow and rabbit punches beat down trinidad.what goes around comes around.i will never forget his low blows on vargas and him intentenally looking and aiming those punches at vargas’s johnson.

Posted March 27, 2014 8:01 pm 


E.Rags

Rob Smith u are a pac-man hater!!! You know he won that first fight witb bradley. Come on man!!!!

Posted March 27, 2014 7:50 pm 


te tumbo

PEYOTE, i absolutely believe that he defeated Trinidud. so did the PR audience whose expressions of despair and resignation were also transformed into sheer jubilation at the King-contrived miracle that handed Trinidud the scorecard nod. no coincidence that Trinidud then proceeded to avoid a rematch by running to the 154lb border to fight greener fighters for less(?!?). kudos to B-Hops for executing DLH’s blueprint to erase Trindud from the roster of elite fighters.

Posted March 27, 2014 6:59 pm 


Peyote

te tumbo

“yeah, they do become suspect when he got popped for Balco. I think that was for the second Oscar fight???” PEYOTE, yes. a rematch that was already considered a scorecard robbery before Shane’s grand-jury confession. i’ll never forget the expressions of expressions of resignation on the faces of Mosley’s corner being suddenly transformed into shock and relief at the final scores. or as Mosley candidly put it during the post-fight interview, “I’ve lost a few I should’ve won and won a couple of fights I should’ve lost. What can I say? That’s boxing”. a sort of soft-confession that the wrong man was awarded the scorecard nod in his rematch v. DLH, which almost makes no sense(?!?) considering that it sabotaged any demand for an equally-profitable rubbermatch(?!).
Posted March 27, 2014 6:17 pm

Do you think Oscar beat Tito?

I do.

And add that he won against Shane in one of their matches I think, that’s two big wins on his resume. I find that horrible that he is ridiculed for losing the big fights despite being unfortunate of not getting decisions that he should have gotten in two huge fights. AND, he is going after fighters at their PEAKS. What’s a big win over a “name” opponent if they are past their prime?

He even went after Hopkins. That was straight up crazy. At least give him credit for that but NooOOO, he loses the Big One.

He probably did get a gift against Sturm though. Hahaha.

Posted March 27, 2014 6:26 pm 


te tumbo

“yeah, they do become suspect when he got popped for Balco. I think that was for the second Oscar fight???” PEYOTE, yes. a rematch that was already considered a scorecard robbery before Shane’s grand-jury confession. i’ll never forget the expressions of expressions of resignation on the faces of Mosley’s corner being suddenly transformed into shock and relief at the final scores. or as Mosley candidly put it during the post-fight interview, “I’ve lost a few I should’ve won and won a couple of fights I should’ve lost. What can I say? That’s boxing”. a sort of soft-confession that the wrong man was awarded the scorecard nod in his rematch v. DLH, which almost makes no sense(?!?) considering that it sabotaged any demand for an equally-profitable rubbermatch(?!).

Posted March 27, 2014 6:17 pm 


Peyote

Mike Tyson

Because he was lighter back then of course you are faster lighter, I talking about Floyd fight at 154 and not about combination, but speed he fought at that weight that goes back about 6-8 or more years he faster now, look at his straight left or straight right, it’s from far away or his counter punch.
Really Iam playing around as they say many juicing but no proff, same here we can just have a hunch, but both are nature top talent. Floyd 1 manny 2 next watch,

watch out for the P.I after this manny win. LOL iam not one. Just a old time fan.
Posted March 27, 2014 6:06 pm

Floyd is not faster now. he is just fast and will always be fast because it doesn’t completely go away. Look at his Dad.

Are you saying Floyd was slower at 154? because if you are, it may be somewhat true as far as perception given Floyd was wearing 10oz gloves and not 8oz like he always wants to wear which I think I know why: SPEED.

Posted March 27, 2014 6:10 pm 


Mike Tyson

I be back time to grind, lunch.

Posted March 27, 2014 6:09 pm 


Mike Tyson

Because he was lighter back then of course you are faster lighter, I talking about Floyd fight at 154 and not about combination, but speed he fought at that weight that goes back about 6-8 or more years he faster now, look at his straight left or straight right, it’s from far away or his counter punch.
Really Iam playing around as they say many juicing but no proff, same here we can just have a hunch, but both are nature top talent. Floyd 1 manny 2 next watch,

watch out for the P.I after this manny win. LOL iam not one. Just a old time fan.

Posted March 27, 2014 6:06 pm 


Peyote

Mike Tyson

Don’t think so. Cotto is one of the best cut the ring off boxer, he had no choice but to hold his ground a few times. And the rest he was dancing away and ducking, don’t get me wrong Floyd the best now,
But if Mann win he need to man up. Before we all grow old and they both fight, who care about arum he a professIonal and get payed million so be one and fight.
Posted March 27, 2014 5:57 pm

Floyd’s more stationary. He picks his spots better. That’s one of the things Roach called him out for.
Kinda like Ali how he admitted he couldn’t dance around for the full fight anymore in his comeback because he didn’t have the stamina in his legs to do so.

Floyd’s punch-out-put also dropped as the years went on. Those combinations are rare.

His ability back then when he was younger and below WW was something else.

Posted March 27, 2014 6:03 pm 


Peyote

te tumbo

PEYOTE, i’m not questioning Mosley’s chin. what i’m questioning is how a presumed set-up for Margarito v. a presumably ringworn and past-his-prime Mosley resulted in an unexpected and final appearance by a seemingly prime Mosley with all of the speed and power of his youth(?!). i was a big fan of Mosley but his videotaped confession suddenly cast all of his bouts above 135lbs in a suspect light.
Posted March 27, 2014 5:51 pm

Ah, yeah, they do become suspect when he got popped for Balco. I think that was for the second Oscar fight???

Posted March 27, 2014 5:59 pm 


Mike Tyson

Don’t think so. Cotto is one of the best cut the ring off boxer, he had no choice but to hold his ground a few times. And the rest he was dancing away and ducking, don’t get me wrong Floyd the best now,
But if Mann win he need to man up. Before we all grow old and they both fight, who care about arum he a professIonal and get payed million so be one and fight.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:57 pm 


Peyote

Mike Tyson

Floyd no Ali he was not faster back then, I watch all his fight, Oscar is not a speedster.
Not gave Floyd, there are a few. Floyd fight slower fighter, why you think he avoilding khan .
He want khan to get knock off,
You ca say his bout Floyd as you can say many avoilding boxer
So after this fight maybe Floyd sould forget this hate for arum as this I business and he getting payed for the fight with arum, let’s fight Floyd and see it manny or Floyd is faster.
Posted March 27, 2014 5:50 pm

You never watched Floyd fight prior to his WW reign if you think he is faster at WW than from 130-140 when he was younger and lighter. You know who disagrees with you? FREDDIE ROACH.

Just watch the most popular fight of Floyd’s career, against Diego Corrales, NO WAY does he have that speed and agility anymore. He hasn’t for a long time. Even his shoulder roll is slower.

His combinations back then were faster and he could throw them in 3-5 hit combinations.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:53 pm 


te tumbo

PEYOTE, i’m not questioning Mosley’s chin. what i’m questioning is how a presumed set-up for Margarito v. a presumably ringworn and past-his-prime Mosley resulted in an unexpected and final appearance by a seemingly prime Mosley with all of the speed and power of his youth(?!). i was a big fan of Mosley but his videotaped confession suddenly cast all of his bouts above 135lbs in a suspect light.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:51 pm 


Mike Tyson

Floyd no Ali he was not faster back then, I watch all his fight, Oscar is not a speedster.
Not gave Floyd, there are a few. Floyd fight slower fighter, why you think he avoilding khan .
He want khan to get knock off,
You ca say his bout Floyd as you can say many avoilding boxer
So after this fight maybe Floyd sould forget this hate for arum as this I business and he getting payed for the fight with arum, let’s fight Floyd and see it manny or Floyd is faster.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:50 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Agree. Also, 140 pound Floyd whoops Cotto bad with combinations. Arum wanted none of that.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:48 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

“Floyd juices why is he getting faster as he age?”

Utter hogwash and nonsense.

He would of moved and danced more with Cotto in his younger years, rather than lying on the ropes.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:42 pm 


Mike Tyson

The reason why Bradley got clubbed by prov. was because Bradley has a bad habit of holding his left hand low even during exchanges, prov hit Bradley mostly with right hand in the exchange as Bradley left was low ready to fire, boy did he do the wobble dance backward.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:41 pm 


Peyote

Mike Tyson

Who care Marquez juices, Floyd juices why is he getting faster as he age? Martinez juices, manny? He all bones, we’re the bulk were the meat temper?
Posted March 27, 2014 5:36 pm

Floyd is getting faster with age? No he is not. Go back down to his fight with Gatti, go back further to his early years, Floyd was clearly faster and more athletic. His stamina was even better back then.

He is fighting smarter though.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:38 pm 


Mike Tyson

Who care Marquez juices, Floyd juices why is he getting faster as he age? Martinez juices, manny? He all bones, we’re the bulk were the meat temper?

Posted March 27, 2014 5:36 pm 


Peyote

te tumbo

PEYOTE, i reiterate my faith in personal and videotaped confessions before a grand jury than public opinion or outdated tests.
Posted March 27, 2014 5:33 pm

O’, I was just saying how the testing system is a sham in Nevada.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:35 pm 


te tumbo

AUZBOX, Bradley clearly outboxed Ruslan during the rounds he avoided exchanges. it was only when he willingly engaged and exchanged that he experienced trouble. Provodnikov was outboxed by Herrera. why would anyone doubt that an undefeated Bradley could do the same?

Posted March 27, 2014 5:34 pm 


Peyote

te tumbo

I don’t now what to make of the steroid = better chin argument since Tommy Morrison juiced and his chin was still crap. There are some other fighters that appeared to be juiced up and their chin wasn’t good either. I’m just saying the names since Tommy was the only one proven.

Will strength, weight and kinetic energy make your chin strong and abosrb punishment? Yeah, I Guess. But I don’t know. Maybe it would because I think the opposite of that, having Low Testosterone, which would make you weak and fatigue, would make you susceptible to being knocked out quicker and less able to absorb punishment. After all, being in top shape mentally and physically is a big help in taking punishment.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:33 pm 


te tumbo

PEYOTE, i reiterate my faith in personal and videotaped confessions before a grand jury than public opinion or outdated tests.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:33 pm 


Peyote

te tumbo

“Not to mention that Shane has a much better chin that Cotto” and a history of illegally juicing for big fights.
Posted March 27, 2014 5:09 pm

He never failed a test by Nevada (even though he admitted it in documents/video).

Posted March 27, 2014 5:29 pm 


soda pop

Hey hecdog, your a nut.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:25 pm 


Auzbox

It’s the same as Bradley saying he fought prov instead of boxing him to show his toughness. Bull shi t he did. Prov made him do what he wanted him to do. Another excuse from Bradley. There slowly building up

Posted March 27, 2014 5:22 pm 


Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao has nothing left to prove in boxing. He has done it all, and his fan base world wide has no equal. The sensational fighting machine has accomplished more than anyone in boxing, and that’s a fact. His contagious smile and humble personality attracts everyone from the man on the street to the President of the United States. Manny Pacquiao’s rise from the life of poverty to the pinnacle of sports is legendary and respected by all. This heroic giant has crossed over in every way imaginable. His marketability is incredible to fathom. Pistachios were almost non existent as soon as Manny did a commercial for this product. MANNY the movie is receiving great reviews and the sequel is already in the works. The music industry is patiently waiting for Manny to have his next fight so that he can concentrate solely on his next hit. Manny Pacquiao will not go away because he is needed for the sports world to thrive. Manny is as sensational and needed as Elvis Presley was to Rock N Roll. No one can match the excitement of a Manny Pacquiao fight. This legend is a real fighter. He fights the best and climbed 8 weight classes to take on the best and challenge himself. He has achieved a kind of greatness that has never been reached. Look at his resume and you can see for yourselves. At age 35, there still remains an aura of excitement and invincibility in the fighting congressman. A man of character that hides nothing from no one. He has had tough times inside and outside of the ring, but he is transparent about everything. Manny’s life has been put out for the world to see. His character is of the highest ethical standard, and all people love him. Unfortunately, that’s also why some people hate him. Imagine being the greatest fighter of all time, respected by past and current peers, invited to dinner by dignitaries and Presidents throughout the world. And a role model to children, youth, teens, adults and families. Why would others in boxing that have achieved less (Mayweather & Marquez) not be envious and jealous of a man that surpassed them both inside and outside the ring. Now imagine how much higher Manny Pacquiao’s stock will rise after he dethrones Timothy Bradley to recapture his world title. Manny’s legacy is already cemented in the minds of boxing fans. Everyone wants a piece of him (besides Mayweather & Marquez). Manny’s boxing record speaks for itself. A 5ft 6 inch little giant that had no extensive amateur boxing experience or any respected professional boxing trainer to teach him how to box has achieved more than those that received all of those benefits. Manny Pacquiao has done all on his own. A God fearing man that has humbled himself from day and has achieved all of this by trusting God to direct his path. There have been many great fighters in boxing history, but none have equaled Manny Pacquiao’s legendary story to the top. On April 12, 2014, Manny Pacquiao will begin writing the sequel to the movie “MANNY.” What should the title of the sequel be called? “PACQUIO.” sounds about right. Trust me, Manny Pacquiao will have a third sequel. His story will continue. Manny is the best!

Posted March 27, 2014 5:19 pm 


Mike Tyson

There a article out that Bradley explained why he broke 2 ankles in the first fight, stupid. He say he had ankles high shoes and because the mat at his training camp was firm he didn’t wear stocks,in training for the fight,

So he decided to not wear stocks, mistake and the mat at MGM was too soft, so his foot was sliding around and he couldn’t move as he wanted , then he sprang tha right foot first moving up. And he later sprang his other left ankle as he tried to slips punch.

First, Bradley you beat Joel casamayor by tko just a 4 month earlier at the same MGM its the same mat. Bull S.
And didn’t you think tieing your lace tighter or better or someone giving you their stocks?

I have watch the whole fight and Bradley never did hold his ankle or said that he sprang his angle in the corner. And he was doing the suffle even midway to the last round, that wasted energy as there both were apart it’s just a showman strut before they throw, that prove his ankle was ok.
Guys lying, and both ankles sprang, sure you didn’t have the runs like cotley ?
PAC was faster so you could not get out his way as usual .no excluse.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:19 pm 


Mike Tyson

There a article out that Bradley explained why he broke 2 ankles in the first fight, stupid. He say he had ankles high shoes and because the mat at his training camp was firm he didn’t wear stocks,in training for the fight,

So he decided to not wear stocks, mistake and the mat at MGM was too soft, so his foot was sliding around and he couldn’t move as he wanted , then he sprang tha right foot first moving up. And he later sprang

Posted March 27, 2014 5:14 pm 


te tumbo

Btw, Cotto attempted to LIE about his corner not inspecting Margarito’s handwraps. consequently, i don’t trust any “evidence” he presents to condemn Margarito for illegally Punching the Holy Piss and Crap out of him. it was a glorious win for Tony and remains one of the top-five bouts i regularly like to replay. only a confession from Margarito himself would sway me otherwise.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:11 pm 


taco bender

what a blow to the ego of tit tumbo when pac easily defeats (again) melon head bradley, which is something that pedquez could not do.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:10 pm 


taco bender

tit tumbo spewing the bs hard and heavy today, i see.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:09 pm 


te tumbo

“Not to mention that Shane has a much better chin that Cotto” and a history of illegally juicing for big fights.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:09 pm 


te tumbo

“He looked horrible following the plaster cast beating by [Margarito]” and so did Margarito with grotesquely-swollen eyebrows that made him look like a member of the Munsters family. you also have no proof or evidence that proves Margarito’s wraps were tampered for his bout v. Cotto. conversely, Kizer put ALL parties on-blast by identifying those who did observe and inspect Margarito’s handwrapping process from beginning to end. for your conclusion to have any coherence, you would have to unequivocally condemn NSAC inspectors but mostly Cotto’s corner for gross negligence and incompetence. not to mention the 40+ corners who you must insist were just as incompetent going back to Margarito’s defeat of Martinez eight years prior. Nazim is no genius. he simply performed his due diligence. even so, neither i or Mosley believe that Margarito had any intent to cheat. only to beat the Holy piss and crap out of Cotto, which he did in glorious fashion.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:07 pm 


Hidalg0

“On the Juice Pac was amazing, walked through top class guys. He starts taking tests, gets off the juice – he gets KO’d by mayweathers leftovers it’s pretty obvious Pactards.”

Here’s the thing, Anonymous: Do you think Pac has only been fighting since he’s been a welterweight? Pac had 52 fights, winning 35 by KO, and had earned 10 titles (minor and major) before he ever moved up in weight to face Oscar De la Hoya and afterwards began fighting regularly as a welterweight. His last fight before his fight with Oscar was as a lightweight against David Diaz–52 fights, 35 KOs. Were you accusing him of doing the “juice” then? NO, you know you weren’t.

Snap out of your Pac-hate daze.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:07 pm 


Peyote

TARK

Tumbo.., “Cotto looked more damaged after his fight v. Pacquiao.”

NO he didn’t… He looked horrible following the plaster cast beating by Cheato. The ONLY reason Cheato didn’t do the same thing to Mosley??? He was caught by a super sharp eyed Nazim Richardson. Cotto should have corner people like that … inspecting opponents wraps with an eagle eye. They sure learned their lesson for Cotto-Cheato II.

The Boxing Commissioners sure as HELL would have let it slide.

Now explain the one-sided beatings and stoppages that Cotto and Mosley administered to Cheato when he was sans plaster!!!!!!!!
Posted March 27, 2014 4:59 pm

Margarito could have had no gloves on and had brace-knuckles against Shane Mosley and it wouldn’t have mattered because Shane attacked first and didn’t allow Margarito to get off. SPEED Kills. Not to mention that Shane has a much better chin that Cotto.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:03 pm 


TARK

Tumbo.., “Cotto looked more damaged after his fight v. Pacquiao.”

NO he didn’t… He looked horrible following the plaster cast beating by Cheato. The ONLY reason Cheato didn’t do the same thing to Mosley??? He was caught by a super sharp eyed Nazim Richardson. Cotto should have corner people like that … inspecting opponents wraps with an eagle eye. They sure learned their lesson for Cotto-Cheato II.

The Boxing Commissioners sure as HELL would have let it slide.

Now explain the one-sided beatings and stoppages that Cotto and Mosley administered to Cheato when he was sans plaster!!!!!!!!

Posted March 27, 2014 4:59 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Bruno actually called it prior. He knew Tyson and he knew people who knew him as well as looking at the news of what Tyson was going through. He thought Tyson was ready to be taken since he was not training like he used to and he was away from Rooney.

I want to make it clear that this is all Tyson’s doing though. It’s his own fault he fell from grace.

You know even with Rooney, Tyson took off during camp for the Tucker fight? They had to talk him back into camp. So the signs were all there even during that time that Tyson was hitting a wall mentally.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:48 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Peyote – Tucker, Smith and Tillis, all tall guys, went the distance with Tyson, but I would say Tyson “struggled” with them.

The first time I saw Tyson in trouble was with Bruno, a foreshadowing of the unfocused time in Tyson’s career after he lost Rooney, which came to a head with Douglas
Posted March 27, 2014 4:38 pm

Who isn’t taller than Tyson? Seriously.

Tucker was outboxed by a 5’11, short reach fighter. Tyson outjabbed a 6’5, 80+ inch reach fighter who was actually very good. I think that was even Emanuel’s boy at one time.

Smith went into survival mode and just clinched. Tough to deal with someone that big and strong just wanting to bear hug you all day long.

TILLIS he struggled with but he was still 19 years old, didn’t have many fights, NEVER went the distance before and was fighting a savvy veteran. After that fight, his confidence went up and he fought Mitch Green. that fight went the distance but Tyson was full of confidence, controlled the fight, and looked fresh throughout. He credits Tillis with helping him get over his fear of not being conditioned enough to “make it” the full fight. He was so concerned that he took his foot off the gas during rounds.

I don’t see people continually bringing up how Ali struggled with Doug Jones which was very close. How he was knocked down by Sonny Banks in the exchange. they do bring up Cooper though.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:45 pm 


moonshineman

Anonymous

On the Juice Pac was amazing, walked through top class guys. He starts taking tests, gets off the juice – he gets KO’d by mayweathers leftovers it’s pretty obvious Pactards.
Posted March 27, 2014 4:37 pm

Who’s leftovers was Cotto?.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:44 pm 


Peyote

Hidalg0

“So this author is moaning that we have seen the last of a Pacman Ko, nobody moans about another points decision for Gayweather”

It’s no wonder, Peyote, the article is written by Rob Smith, the #1 Pac hater and Floyd nutsucker on the planet. If this man couldn’t bash Pacquiao and ride on Floyd’s coattails, he wouldn’t have anything else to do with his life.
Posted March 27, 2014 4:34 pm

I’m all about critique but clear bias is horrible.

I’ll critique them all. I respect them all as well as I can’t do what they do but I figure that is the given. Hahaha.

So he gives Floyd’ passes on everything?

Does he think Shane and Oscar were in their prime (even though they weren’t)?

How about Floyd turning Ray Charles all of a sudden when Paul Williams was around calling him out.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:40 pm 


manny is exposed

youtube.com/watch?v=GQsHMN1B_bg

Posted March 27, 2014 4:40 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

typo – wouldn’t say

Posted March 27, 2014 4:39 pm 


te tumbo

NSAC Executive Director Keith Kizer: “I am as comfortable as I can be that Antonio Margarito’s hand wraps and gloves weren’t doctored during his July victory over Miguel Cotto at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas . . . We have experienced inspectors not only watching the hands being wrapped, but also the gloves being put on,” Kizer said. “They feel the wraps and sign them and then the gloves and sign them”. speaking specifically about the Tony v. Cotto bout, Kizer said, representatives from the Cotto camp were in Margarito’s dressing room during the entire wrapping of the hands. “They were in there from the beginning,” Kizer said. “Not only them but people from HBO, people from MGM, there are always a dozen or so people in the dressing room . . . I’m pleased with the process we have in Nevada,” Kizer said. “Not only does it stop anybody who tries to do something like that, it stops anybody who is thinking about doing it”. i expect fight-fans to act like Men not gossip and spread unfounded rumors like “real housewives”.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:39 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Peyote – Tucker, Smith and Tillis, all tall guys, went the distance with Tyson, but I would say Tyson “struggled” with them.

The first time I saw Tyson in trouble was with Bruno, a foreshadowing of the unfocused time in Tyson’s career after he lost Rooney, which came to a head with Douglas

Posted March 27, 2014 4:38 pm 


Anonymous

On the Juice Pac was amazing, walked through top class guys. He starts taking tests, gets off the juice – he gets KO’d by mayweathers leftovers it’s pretty obvious Pactards.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:37 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Peyote – Watch the Cotto Margacheato rematch.

It tells a different story and reality.

The scumbag should of been banned from boxing, ala Resto/Panama Lewis.

I rest my case.
Posted March 27, 2014 4:29 pm

That was also a Margarito after being beaten up by Shane Mosley and Pac so we’ll never know.

And again, what does that have to do with me telling you that the Fight still happened, that the damage really did occur, and that Pac fought Cotto after that beating? Margarito was the first to stop him regardless. Cotto was softened up.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:36 pm 


te tumbo

TCRAP STAN, the rematch unfolded almost identical to the first bout. except that an Arum-designated doctor was planted at ringside to stop the fight the moment Cotto began to fade, which he did. there is no need to opine or speculate when we can all check the videotape for the actual truth. Cotto was fading and already beginning to slide along the ropes and noticeably despair just like he did around the 7/8 rounds of their first fight. Btw, don’t even bother making a case on behalf of Margarito’s physical condition. you don’t give a F’k about it.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:35 pm 


Hidalg0

“So this author is moaning that we have seen the last of a Pacman Ko, nobody moans about another points decision for Gayweather”

It’s no wonder, Peyote, the article is written by Rob Smith, the #1 Pac hater and Floyd nutsucker on the planet. If this man couldn’t bash Pacquiao and ride on Floyd’s coattails, he wouldn’t have anything else to do with his life.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:34 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

“Manny clearly lost the face off with Bradley”

Pacquiao does his business in the ring.

He is a fighting man, not a talking one.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:33 pm 


Peyote

Kareem Abdul-Jabaar

So this author is moaning that we have seen the last of a Pacman Ko, nobody moans about another points decision for Gayweather,I think Manny will get another KO before his career ends wheres as Floyd will win only on points for every fight he has until he retires.
Posted March 27, 2014 3:45 pm

I don’t bother wasting time reading the article as it is just one long post. I rather just come here.

That said, let’s understand something about boxing and its critics: When you are a Power Puncher/KO artist, say, like Dempsey, Liston, Foreman, and Tyson, if you don’t get the KO then that means you “STRUGGLED” in your fight. You can win a wide UD like Tyson did against Green, Tucker and Smith and it would still mean you “Struggled.” Now, replace Tyson with Ali and it is a glorious Win by a great ring general. OK, not entirely true as Ali had his critics as well questioning his power by I’ll just say that Ali gets more leeway especially by revisionist historians and fans.

Pac just battered Rios and what did “some” people say? O’, he lost it. He didn’t look good. His fire is gone.
Seriously? Maybe you can question his fire not being as high but WOW that was a master class performance right there. He schooled Rios with movement, speed, agility, and combination attacks and was rarely hit.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:32 pm 


teflon

Manny clearly lost the face off with Bradley he didn’t seem to convinced he could get his killer instinct back. Manny was never all of that anyway he had handpicked fighters who were coming off losses or where dehydrated to fight him. Oscar, Cotto and Margecheato were all weight drained and everyone else he fought were Floyds leftovers. He has juiced as well aside from the fact he contradicted himself 1000 times saying he would fight Floyd but then backed out because of the blood testing he turned down 40 million. Because he could not have his blood draw 4 days before the fight what kind of nonsense is that? Today now he has to fight the same guys over and over with no public interest what so ever while Floyds fight sell out Vegas.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:31 pm 


te tumbo

as for the photo submitted by Cotto the LIAR. it looks like some stray and stringy strand of lint or hair. it could also be photo-shopped. all i know is that that photo has never been presented by any objective party. nor was it submitted by the lynch-mob that had initially organized to ban Tony from boxing. purely circumstantial and suspiciously convenient piece of circumstantial evidence that actually proves Nothing.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:31 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Peyote – Watch the Cotto Margacheato rematch.

It tells a different story and reality.

The scumbag should of been banned from boxing, ala Resto/Panama Lewis.

I rest my case.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:29 pm 


te tumbo

PEYOTE, and how would you classify the damage done to Margarito in the same fight? moreover, Cotto looked more damaged after his fight v. Pacquiao* after absorbing less punches. you need to reconcile those documented facts for your statement to be coherent.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:28 pm 


te tumbo

correction: that last post was for TCRAP. although Tark is still the most boxing-knowledgeable moron based on the same unfounded conclusion regarding Antonio “TJ Tornado” Margarito.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:27 pm 


Peyote

te tumbo

Well you can have your argument too about if those wraps matter or not but I’m still here to tell everyone that the damage Margarito put on Cotto was REAL even if you try to erase the fight in the record book. The video is still there and the fight still happened.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:26 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Peyote – “The physical damage was “REAL””

The physical damage was caused by a criminal act.

The evidence is caught in photos, and from the gross and unnatural swelling of Cotto’s face, and Cheato Rito was also caught RED-HANDED by a very experienced and wise Richardson before the Mosley fight, who was completely exposed in the bout as inept when without his little wraps.

Cheato Rito is a plodding, ignorant scumbag who never could of competed at the elite level if not for cheating.
Posted March 27, 2014 4:16 pm

And how does that change anything?

Again, you can take away Margarito’s win but you can’t take away the damaged caused by Cotto and being the first man that was able to keep him hurt and take him out.

That’s who Pac fought: A Post-Plastered Margarito.

And for Floyd fan boys, Floyd fought Cotto after the beaten by both Margarito and Pac.

You see, Floyd fanboys can argue that the Margarito fight doesn’t count because of the Plaster and Pac’s doesn’t count because of the catchweight and the fight with FLoyd was the real deal because there was no catchweight however that Damage Still Happened.

Understand what I’m getting at?

Posted March 27, 2014 4:24 pm 


te tumbo

TARK, you don’t know jack-squat about whether or not Tony’s wraps were loaded v. Cotto. not only does that photo not prove a damn thing, you’ve never had the balls to condemn Cotto’s corner and NSAC inspectors for gross negligence and incompetence for not detecting what you insist occurred based on circumstantial evidence presented by a LIAR who denied his corner inspected Tony’s wraps. apparently, it was impersonators who signed-off on Tony’s gloves and handwraps. the evidence to condemn Pacquiao* of juicing is far more compelling and convincing solely based on his inexplicable refusal to MUTUALLY-Applied testing. you are the most boxing-knowledgeable Moron in boxing, bar none. reading your posts is like reading a scientist insist that, based on their calculations, the earth is actually flat. GTFOH with that baseless pap.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:23 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Eman – In their classic rivalry, Pac clearly had the edge.

If you want to place the emphasis on the KO, that’s fine.

But if you want to look at the stats in the overall picture, Pac is the clear victor and superior.

I never liked Marquez much. He whines about his losses, while Manny smiles about his, shrugs it off and accepts it graciously.

Pacquiao was also sportsman enough to give Marquez three rematches. I doubt Marquez will do the same.

I’m also suspicious of Marquez’s sudden newfound power in his advanced age, it suddenly shows up in their fourth bout, especially after working with Hereira. The right hand never seemed to bother Pacquiao much before. Unfortunately today’s sports are rampant with PEDs.
Posted March 27, 2014 4:10 pm

PEDS: JMM is as clean as PAC. I don’t want to hear the hypocrisy now after Pac refused additional testing with Floyd and said let the commission do their job and that the current testing was good. It was good for him, it was good for his fans and the media when it favored Pac, so JMM is A-OK with me.

What’s the truth? Who knows. Both Pac and JMM are seen as suspicious, along with the rest of the athletes in today’s era.

Rematches: The fights were so close that fans demanded for a rematch. Roach/Arum made JMM wait how long for a second fight?
How about a third and fourth?
I do actually put more blame on Pac/Arum than Pac for that because I think Pac will just fight whoever and whenver. But Arum/Roach, NO, they will look for all the advantages they can before they allow Pac in there with a tough opponent. That is their job though so I understand that point as well.

It is interesting that it ended up biting them each time with controversy.

AND YES, I DO LOVE PAC’S ABILITY TO SHRUG OFF CONTROVERSY WITH A SMILE. Cool Guy.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:20 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Peyote – “The physical damage was “REAL””

The physical damage was caused by a criminal act.

The evidence is caught in photos, and from the gross and unnatural swelling of Cotto’s face, and Cheato Rito was also caught RED-HANDED by a very experienced and wise Richardson before the Mosley fight, who was completely exposed in the bout as inept when without his little wraps.

Cheato Rito is a plodding, ignorant scumbag who never could of competed at the elite level if not for cheating.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:16 pm 


te tumbo

“Pacquiao damn well near did it in the first round of their first meeting”. TCRAP STAN, each and every one of those KDs were of the flash variety. what’s more, Pacquiao* immediately lost control of that bout within a couple of rounds. after which Marquez proceeded to bust him up so badly, Pacquiao* resorted to crying and whining about wrong boots, wrong socks, forgot to get a haircut, etc., Etc., ETC. you almost can’t blame him. after all, it was the Biggest Choke in Boxing History. courtesy of Marquez’s masterful boxing skills and fierce determination to not be dominated by a single-fisted, one-dimensional, ring-dumb slugger like Manny*.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:14 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Let me say that again, THOSE PUNCHES WERE REAL. THAT DAMAGE HE TOOK IN THAT FIGHT WAS REAL.

You do understand that, right?
Cotto was battered in that fight. That is the real world and not some video game.

They can take away Margarito’s victory and that damage is still there.

WOW, just an amazing post from you.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:13 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Eman – In their classic rivalry, Pac clearly had the edge.

If you want to place the emphasis on the KO, that’s fine.

But if you want to look at the stats in the overall picture, Pac is the clear victor and superior.

I never liked Marquez much. He whines about his losses, while Manny smiles about his, shrugs it off and accepts it graciously.

Pacquiao was also sportsman enough to give Marquez three rematches. I doubt Marquez will do the same.

I’m also suspicious of Marquez’s sudden newfound power in his advanced age, it suddenly shows up in their fourth bout, especially after working with Hereira. The right hand never seemed to bother Pacquiao much before. Unfortunately today’s sports are rampant with PEDs.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:10 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Peyote – “Margarito stopped Cotto before Pac did”

That doesn’t count because Margacheato had loaded gloves.

Stop smoking the peyote when watching these fights, man……then you might see the truth
Posted March 27, 2014 2:34 pm

What are you talking about?

It doesn’t matter if he did or didn’t use loaded gloves, the fact is, that beating Margarito placed on Cotto still happened. You can’t take back the damage.

You do understand that, right? That he was still in there taking damage and stopped. The physical damage was “REAL”

If you want to argue if it was a “real” loss or not that’s different. but he was stopped by brutal KO and those punches were real. Let me say that again, those punches were REAL.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:10 pm 


te tumbo

as a fight-analyst, Roach is nothing but a promotional shill. he’s a better post-fight analyst since he does seem to be reluctant to spout bald-faced lies. as a trainer, Roach is best at preparing his fighters for 12 rounds of give-and-take action. even fighters that aren’t built for it, e.g., Khan and Linares. otherwise, Roach has never taught a single of his fighters how to box. including some talented and ready-made fighters who only needed to learn how to jab, or counter, or defend. under Garcia, a slugger like Maidana is winning tough and close fights. under Roach, a fighter like Maidana would continue to lose tough and close bouts. not unlike Marquez, Pacquiao* isn’t KOing any full-fledged welters and he remains subject to being KTFO v. determined feather-welters like Marquez. in fact, i wouldn’t be surprised if Bradley is able to also catch Pacquiao* charging in and tapping his light-switch for KO win.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:10 pm 


Eman Sr.

@Tomato Can Stan: “Pacquiao damn well near did it in the first round of their first meeting.”

Almost and quite have different meaning, sir.

Pac KOing Marquez = Almost
Marquez KTFO of Pac = Quite

Posted March 27, 2014 3:57 pm 


Anonymous

lol this “writer” is clearly an idiot. Let me guess, he actually thinks Bradley won their first fight?

Posted March 27, 2014 3:55 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Tark – “Freddie had Pacquiao trying for a KO against Marquez and that was NEVER going to happen”.

Never ? Pacquiao damn well near did it in the first round of their first meeting

Posted March 27, 2014 3:53 pm 


Kareem Abdul-Jabaar

So this author is moaning that we have seen the last of a Pacman Ko, nobody moans about another points decision for Gayweather,I think Manny will get another KO before his career ends wheres as Floyd will win only on points for every fight he has until he retires.

Posted March 27, 2014 3:45 pm 


TARK

Roach has his head up his ass again.

Freddie had Pacquiao trying for a KO against Marquez and that was NEVER going to happen… Marquez hasn’t been stopped in 20 years of professional boxing.

Bradley has been a pro about 10 years and a World Champion for six (6) years… Tim has never been stopped. How many welterweights has Pacquiao stopped in his life? Okay…he stopped a weight drained Oscar—because after hitting him with 1001 punches he quit in his corner.

DLH was a much easier target than Rios for that particular fight. In fact, he was almost as hittable as Cheato Rito.

Tim isn’t that grade of boxer… Tim can box; can you see that?

Stop concentrating on the improbable and focus on the doable.. Outbox this man and beat him solidly on points.. Bradley is a great fighter.. That’s the only thing you can reasonably accomplish against him … don’t overreach again… don’t be stupid.

Posted March 27, 2014 3:36 pm 


anon

Roach has predicted a Pac KO since 2009 & pactards still fall for this bs.

Posted March 27, 2014 3:29 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Tim- Maidana is never “easy work”.

It is foolish to think so. Broner apparently thought so and got his clock cleaned.

What Maidana lacks in “eliteness” he makes up for with brutal power that he carries well into the later rounds, incredible stamina and a rugged toughness that many Argentine fighters seem to possess.

Posted March 27, 2014 2:53 pm 


Tim

And I sure hope PBF fights the winner of Bradley vs. Pacman. My goodness, could there possibly be a bigger, more worthy, more lucrative fight than PBF vs. the winner?? Maidana will be easy work, as Maidana isn’t elite but Khan or Callazo can’t do much better vs. PBF.

Posted March 27, 2014 2:46 pm 


Constantine the Czar

@TomatoCanStan Thank you. :)

Posted March 27, 2014 2:43 pm 


Tim

Bradley is one tough hombre. In my opinion, Bradley can beat ANYBODY at 140 or 147. Yes, I do also think he could give PBF problems. He is skilled, strong, and very mentally tough. Pacman beat him easily last time but I don’t think this time will be so easy. Bradley has improved and is riding super high on confidence. If Pacman can beat THIS Bradley, he will deserve MAJOR props. And if pacman wins by KO, then he will belong right back on top of the p4p list, at least #3 or maybe even #2.

Posted March 27, 2014 2:42 pm 


Constantine the Czar

@AnotherSadDayForPacturds I am not Hecdog. I admire some of his work though. :)

Posted March 27, 2014 2:42 pm 


Hecdog

Soda Popinski my friend, last I heard, Manny Pacquiao had agreed to every single demand. As a matter of fact, I watched Manny tell the world on ESPN”S First Take with Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless. Prior to that, it was all about money, and they both wouldn’t back off of their demands. Listen, Mayweather is outright scared to fight Manny. His own father and uncles were scared to death of fighting Manny. Power? Did you not see that articulate, poetic graceful boxing exhibition against Brandon Rios? Why does he need power. He needed the rounds and basically toyed with Rios. Stay tuned and watch what he does to Bradley, and then you can tell me about Manny’s power. Manny can destroy anyone he hits.

Posted March 27, 2014 2:41 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Peyote – “Margarito stopped Cotto before Pac did”

That doesn’t count because Margacheato had loaded gloves.

Stop smoking the peyote when watching these fights, man……then you might see the truth

Posted March 27, 2014 2:34 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Czar – Very poetic

Posted March 27, 2014 2:29 pm 


Havoc

Manny will gas out! Too much war he has gone thru no more fire.

Posted March 27, 2014 2:27 pm 


Another Sad day for Pactards

The Czar….aka hecdog
Let it go man. The only thing Pactranny is gonna reclaim. Is another a$$ whooping

Posted March 27, 2014 2:24 pm 


Another Sad day for Pactards

Tomato can ….. Shane Mosley ko Beat and ko’d Margacheto . Before Pactranny fought him.
Margacheto beat Cotto with bricks in his hands. Pactranny fought a Cotto who had his homeboy as his trainer. And Pactranny fought both Cotto and Margacheto a catch weights .
Mayweather fought Delahoya at 154. No catch weight . And beat him.
Pactranny fought Delahoya at 142 ..
Delahoya had not fought in welterweight in almost 10 years. And was on IV on fight night.
I know your a dumb wannabe pinoy who just got into boxing. Oh Pactranny got ktfo by a 40 year old flat footed Mexican,

Posted March 27, 2014 2:22 pm 


Constantine the Czar

MANNY PACQUIAO, my friends, will most likely BREAK the World Record for punches thrown in this fight. I expect the Compubox figures to go through the roof, possibly quite literally… I expect Manny to prevail of course, whether by stoppage or comprehensive points victory. Manny is out to right the wrong of 2012..Manny is back to RECLAIM what is rightfully his..Manny is determined to send a message loud and clear to everyone that he REMAINS a Superstar of Boxing. MANNY PACQUIAO, AN UNPRECEDENTED 8 WEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION, a RING MAGAZINE FIGHTER of the YEAR on numerous occasions, and of course, awarded the distinction of FIGHTER OF THE DECADE, is back. Manny is a man on a mission, a fighter determined to shine once more, a man for whom the bright lights of Las Vegas were made. Manny was born to fight. It comes natural to him…With WORLD TITLES from FLYWEIGHT to LIGHT MIDDLEWEIGHT and with a fabulous resume second to no one in its level of competition and unparalleled SUCCESS, MANNY is A GLOBAL, WORLD RENOWNED and UNIVERSALLY RECOGNIZED ICON of the Sport. My people, Manny is indeed reminiscent of a Young God from Mount Olympus bestriding the Earth like a Colossus..another Thor. Indeed, he reminds us of a Superman, a Spiderman, Batman, Captain America, Captain Marvel and Iron Man all rolled into one!…Manny will once again resemble a SUPERHUMAN, LARGER THAN LIFE figure come April 12 as he RECLAIMS his WORLD CROWN. Manny will once again be a Hurricane of Hurt, a Typhoon of Terror, a Tornado of Tremendous Talent, a Tsunami of Scintillating Skill, a Whirling Dervish of Destruction, a Dancing Dynamo of Devastation, a Fearless Fighting Filipino Phenomenon, a Peerless Punishing Puncher of Pugilism, a Blazing Star, a Super Star, a Magnificent Meteor, a Supersonic Supernova even…My friends, MANNY PACQUIAO, THE FIGHTING PRIDE OF THE PHILIPPINES, will LIVE FOREVER IN BOXING HISTORY. He TRULY IS a MIGHTY ATOM of the RING, A FIGHTER FOR THE AGES and A BOXER WITHOUT COMPARE, WITHOUT EQUAL. Manny Pacquiao is, quite simply, THE BEST.

Posted March 27, 2014 2:19 pm 


Rich

Tall Mike…..De La Hoya did not out weigh Mayweather by 10lbs…it was 4lbs

Posted March 27, 2014 2:01 pm 


Fu Manchu

Manny gonna give him a Chinaman whupping!

Posted March 27, 2014 1:33 pm 


teepee

Pac was on juice when he came and beat those guys and when they brought it or wanted to test he has lost and got koed and fought this punching bag Rios and they think pax is all that why don’t pac go up and fight Canelo he wasn’t to fight in house so he look good

Posted March 27, 2014 1:12 pm 


Peyote

teflon

Manny is a wash he hasn’t Koed anyone since 09 and they were all dehydrated he is the most overhyped dude in the sport. If they cannot find someone to move up in weight or come down to face him he gets beat. He never dominated Bradley or Marquez because they are at his weight and he never will…
Posted March 27, 2014 5:07 am

I thought he looked very good against Rios. His power didn’t seem to be all there but Rios has a great chin.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:07 pm 


Peyote

By the way, Forrest fought a Peak Shane Mosley while Pac fought a past prime Mosley. This wasn’t even the past prime Mosley that just whooped Margarito. He was still “to good.” Roach had Pac wait until Floyd beat Shane and then what’s his name made Shane look bad.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:06 pm 


Peyote

Tomato Can Stan

Who cares ? – Yeah, a bloodied Gayweather struggled with Cotto, where Pacquiao was the first to knock him down LOL.

de la Hoya also gave Gayweather a competitive fight, Pac made him quit LOL

Hatton pressured Gayweather all night, Pac made short work of him LOL

Gayweather was badly rocked by Mosley, Forrest was the only man to knock him down besides Pac LOL

I’d say Pac “dominated” these guys more LOL
Posted March 27, 2014 11:17 am

Margarito stopped Cotto before Pac did. And if you look back to his days at 140, Cotto was almost taken out at least twice.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:04 pm 


Peyote

Tall Mike

Pac weight drained all those fighters, he fought Cotto shortly after the Margerito plaster beating, he KOED Hatton after Floyd had already burst that cherry, Dey La Hoya outweighed Floyd by 10 pounds and got more credit for windmill pitty patt punches than he deserved and in his own weight class.
Posted March 27, 2014 11:44 am

ALL TRUE but I don’t think Cotto was weight drained even though Roach wanted him to take a pound off so he could focus on making weight more than focusing on the fight. I understand that but Cotto was fit to fight and it was a beat down. That said, it was after Margarito. And, Cotto was a KO waiting to happen since his days at 140. He just needed to run into the right fighter to keep him hurt and finish him off. A Younger/140 version of Floyd would have whooped him too which is why Arum didn’t let it happen.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:04 pm 


soda popinski

Hecdog, explain why paqiou was so resistant to test against mayweather…better yet, since his cover was blown explain why he hasnt been able to knock people out anymore since the sh** hit the fan.everyone knows the last thing to go from a fighter is his power, what happened?where did it go?one would think since he has joined god that his powers couldve doubled.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:03 pm 


Peyote

As a Floyd fan since his days as Pretty Boy, I hope Pac beats down Bradley (and I like Bradley). Floyd and Manny have to fight. Get rid of the politics/promoters and let these guys work it out. Pac has to take less money at this point but he can’t be kneeling to Floyd’s demands financially. He should probably get 20 million guaranteed while Floyd gets 40 and work out the PPV share by percentage of who has been putting up the numbers. Maybe it’s 60/40.

Anyway, even though both are past their peaks, they still need to fight.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:01 pm 


Havoc

Manny can’t and will not KO granite chin, hard rock body of Bradley! It could go to Bradley! Younger and hungrier!

Posted March 27, 2014 12:33 pm 


Manny “Fighter of Floyd’s prime decade” Pacquiao

Stan preaching to the quire bro listen I personally think Pac is way out of Marquez league since he moved to ww but when sizing up how Pac ran through everyone else with his attacking style except Marquez I have to give him his due. Pac could box circles around Marquez like Badley and Floyd did but he feels the need to please the crowd and that has always played into Marquez hands. But like I said Marquez isn’t in Pacs league the proof is how Pac virtually shut Bradley out but Bradley went on to cleary beat Marquez.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:46 am 


Tall Mike

Pac weight drained all those fighters, he fought Cotto shortly after the Margerito plaster beating, he KOED Hatton after Floyd had already burst that cherry, Dey La Hoya outweighed Floyd by 10 pounds and got more credit for windmill pitty patt punches than he deserved and in his own weight class.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:44 am 


Tomato Can Stan

“Marquez and he gives Pac fits”

But did he really ?

Lets break this down, my man….lets look at the stats.

I mean, Pac beat him three times and knocked him down five times. Pac totally out-landed him in all four fights.

Pac was battering a broken-nosed Marquez around in the fourth fight as well until Pac walked into that shot.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:36 am 


the public

I see Pac v Marquez 4 all over again. Roach and pac talking way too much and are now sounding desperate. If a bull like Provodnikov couldn’t knock out Bradley then what chances does Manny have. Manny is still living off his 3 fight streak of DLH, Hatton and Cotto. Probably best 3 fight streak in 2 decades but that’s old news. Bradley but UD. Too much footwork for Manny to deal with and the congressman from the PI will look befuddled. The fall continues.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:34 am 


Manny “Fighter of Floyd’s prime decade” Pacquiao

Yeah Floyd toyed with Marquez and he gives Pac fits but odviously Pac overall has been better against common opponents.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:22 am 


Tomato Can Stan

Who cares ? – Yeah, a bloodied Gayweather struggled with Cotto, where Pacquiao was the first to knock him down LOL.

de la Hoya also gave Gayweather a competitive fight, Pac made him quit LOL

Hatton pressured Gayweather all night, Pac made short work of him LOL

Gayweather was badly rocked by Mosley, Forrest was the only man to knock him down besides Pac LOL

I’d say Pac “dominated” these guys more LOL

Posted March 27, 2014 11:17 am 


Tall Mike

Floyd toyed with Marquez, Pacquiao not so much.

Posted March 27, 2014 11:17 am 


Manny “Fighter of Floyd’s prime decade” Pacquiao

Id say Floyd struggled with Cotto when you compare his fight with Pacs. Mosley had Floyd seeing stars but Pac had Mosley seeing stars. Hatton had Floyd stumbling backwards and it took 10 rounds for Floyd to dispatch Hatton we all know how long it took Pac. Yeah you can say Floyd struggled with them compared to Pac.

Posted March 27, 2014 10:53 am 


Who cares?

Freddie always says Manny can or will KO his opponents.

@ Tomato can stan: LOL, Mayweather dominates and thoroughly outclasses his opponents and you call it struggling?

Posted March 27, 2014 10:35 am 


teepee

Only if pac is juicing then we might see Bradley hurt but pac hasn’t hurt any fighter since that juice thing came up he been loosing and fighting a punching bag that pac couldn’t Ko

Posted March 27, 2014 10:13 am 


Tomato Can Stan

“Mayweather had never been ktfo eather”

No, he just struggled with a lot of the opponents Pacquiao easily dispatched

Posted March 27, 2014 10:09 am 


#1 Pactard HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

Oh I Get It, This Is A Site Dedicated To Manny Bashing HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! How Absolutely Hilarious HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
PACQUIAO 4 EVER My Negroez.. The Last Of The True Greats… HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

Posted March 27, 2014 9:45 am 


Another Sad day for Pactards

Mayweather had never been ktfo eather

Posted March 27, 2014 9:23 am 


Another Sad day for Pactards

Manny admits running from Rios

Posted March 27, 2014 9:22 am 


Pugfan

if the judges in this bout try to overcompensate for the decision of the judges in the first bout? it may be Bradley needing a k.o. to win this bout. Paquiao is somewhat past his prime now , so I see this fight as a pick em bout which could go either way. I see a close decision for either fighter but NOT A K.O. we have all heard Freddy’s predictions of k.oes in the past that do not come to fruition.

Posted March 27, 2014 9:19 am 


Tomato Can Stan

Teflon – “Manny is a wash he hasn’t Koed anyone since 09″.

Either has Mayweather. I don’t count Ortiz because that was a cheap shot.

Posted March 27, 2014 9:06 am 


Another Sad day for Pactards

I bet Hecdog beats off to his pacroid posters

Posted March 27, 2014 9:02 am 


piechucker

I doubt Manny will stop Timmy. He should dominate him again though. Once again 10 rounds to 2 PAC wins

Posted March 27, 2014 8:11 am 


Auzbox

Mayweather hasn’t had a ko since 09 either. Accept his dog shot. You don’t need a KO just like Hopkins. You just need to win

Posted March 27, 2014 7:45 am 


WarZ

The last legitimate knockout scored by Manny was at 140 lb against Hatton. The rest are big guys. Marquez and Bradley are somewhat smaller though. Cotto was stopped margarito almost stopped de la Hoya was stopped but these guys are big welterweights.

Posted March 27, 2014 5:18 am 


teflon

Manny is a wash he hasn’t Koed anyone since 09 and they were all dehydrated he is the most overhyped dude in the sport. If they cannot find someone to move up in weight or come down to face him he gets beat. He never dominated Bradley or Marquez because they are at his weight and he never will…

Posted March 27, 2014 5:07 am 


KOrnerman

shut up Freddy. no way pac stops Bradley,not a hope. Bradley is going to set right about him this time.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:58 am 


poor pacturds

Who wants to see the same fights over and over? Manny will most likely have to fight Bradley for a 3rd time if he doesn’t get the outcome his Jew master is hoping for. And yes Hec dog needs to kill himself and anyone who reads his rants and responds is only adding into his delusional perverted obsessed pathetic world that only he lives in. After Bradley it will be a Marquez 5. Arum sits back and runs the same fights over and over. And get his puppets like Roach to make comments to the media every other week because he knows he is having trouble selling this BS fight. All he talk is how Floyd is scared but Mannys plate is plenty full he cant even get past Bradley or Marquez to even think about Floyd. Besides it suits Arum because he owns all the bums he is putting against Manny. I think the judges will be leaning towards Pac in this fight and Bradley is going to have to whop him up to win. But he he somehow does beat Manny then he will be Arums new golden boy. To dangle in front of Floyd like he needs them calling him scared when the reality is he has never interested in working the fight out to begin with. Poor pactards

Posted March 27, 2014 4:55 am 


Ray Ray

Yeah yeah….iv read this storey b4. Still looking 4ward 2 the fight. Roach talks 2 much and yes he will drop Floyds name with no chance of that fight happening. Manny Marquez 5? Bradley v Provo 2? Manny v Provo? Mikey might get in2 the mix soon as well.

Posted March 27, 2014 4:42 am 


Rich

I hope Roach doesn’t keep going with his knock-out thing…..It puts pressure on a fighter which at this time is not needed….I read someone thinks Hecdog is funny,I don’t, he clogs up this site which was purposely made for comments,not ranting and ravings over and over again and not far short of a novel….he will be mistaken if he thinks he is widely read…..

Posted March 27, 2014 4:42 am 


Ghetto Thug

In the following days we will see cucaRoach talking of “how bad” Manny wants to fight Mayweather and how willing he is to sign the dotted line immediatly, all of that bullcrap to raise interest for this fight (cuz nobody gives a FK of Pacquiao anymore) like he always does, hanging on Mayweather´s name to keep relevant….. we are tired of the same crap over and over and over and over and over………….

Posted March 27, 2014 2:39 am 


Havoc

I for one will not be buying this fight! I’ll be satisfied to just wait it out for a couple of minutes to see it here after the fight! Tired of seeing same fight.

Posted March 27, 2014 2:38 am 


Havoc

Rematch to a robbery which Pacman really won. No need for a second fight. It’s a waste of time and money. We want to see something NEW! Bradley vs. Khan or Garcia or Broner. Pacqioua vs. Khan or Canelo or BHop or Ruslan. It’s hard to watch a fight that last 24 rounds! TopRank enough with these rematches and recycle fights! We neeed new!

Posted March 27, 2014 2:27 am 


The Mad Scientist

Give it up hecdog you’re just wasting time and space.. I doubt anybody bothers to read your BS anymore..

Posted March 27, 2014 2:08 am 


Fraudontay

Tall Mike is a moron. Bradley wins again? He didn’t win the first time, idiot.

Posted March 27, 2014 2:03 am 


poor pacturds

Manny is not in the same place fighters who fight too long for financial reasons rather than that hunger always loose in the end. He want s to be a politician. Same with Mike Tyson past his prime trying to restore his glory years Manny has lost it maybe father time maybe the clean systems from Roids whatever he is not the same very other day Roach and the other ass clowns talk all this crap about what he is going to do. Don’t talk about it be about it nothing is going to hype this fight up at this point people are not interested in it. But how he does will dictate his future but I don’t think he will survive Bradley or Marquez 5

Posted March 27, 2014 1:30 am 


BOXING ART

Typical Roach build-up before the fight. He knows better but can’t help himself. Pacquiao already said he would let the KO come naturally and would just fight at this best. The fight will be close but not a robbery like last time. Pacquiao will outpoint Bradley which is much like Mayweather apparent outpointing preference for strategy except Mayweather gets a wide UD, near shutout, or shutout. All that earned through his brilliant technical gameplan which always hits “bullseye” every fight.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:27 am 


BOXING ART

I read HecDog comments just to get a laugh for sheer comic relief. Guy’s really funny and could probably make money writing a satirical, witty, humorous novel. “Trust me on this” HecDog is the funniest.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:19 am 


Cheezb

Anyway…

Doesn’t Roach say this before every Pacquiao fight? He hasn’t been correct about it since 2009.

Posted March 27, 2014 1:18 am 


soda popinski

f*** heckdogg

Posted March 27, 2014 1:17 am 


Hecdog

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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!

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!

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!

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!

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 27, 2014 1:14 am 


largo

Master Ken, I was asking the same question…wondering if anybody reads those long-winded posts.

Posted March 27, 2014 12:49 am 


largo

Nobody’s knocking Bradley out.

Posted March 27, 2014 12:45 am 


Master Ken

Hecdog, you do realize that no one reads your long ass kiss pacman ass comment right???

Posted March 27, 2014 12:24 am 


matthews

You thought Bradley won. You in the minority.

Posted March 27, 2014 12:14 am 


Hecdog

Thurmal Underwear my friend, your post about me retyping is hilarious.

Posted March 27, 2014 12:14 am 


Tall Mike

Bradley wins again. If he couldn’t beat Bradley the first time what makes Roach think he’s going to KO him this time

Posted March 27, 2014 12:00 am 


Mike Tyson

Floyd also haven’t had a stoppage since 2007 against ricky, I don’t call victor Otiz ko a ko when he was looking at the referee. LoL both ko hatten.

But you are right roach has his brain up his butt. He does more harm to PAC In what expectation fan have so what happen PAC beat Bradley badly all night and don’t get a ko? PAC credit is hurt.
Shut up roach your big mouth is damaging.

Posted March 26, 2014 11:52 pm 


Anonymous

Pac beat Bradley in the first fight. The author has an agenda against Pac. Pac stopped Cotto and it was not a questionable stoppage, not at all. The author’s extreme hate of Pac shows his bias within his attempt to write………..

Posted March 26, 2014 11:50 pm 


Heckled Dog

Funny that Roach thinks that. What did Roach say about Pacquioa’s 4th fight with Marquez? ” WE are going for the knock out..” funny how that works out…hahaha

Posted March 26, 2014 11:26 pm 


Anonymous

It’s funny how PAC is so religious but lust over money power & fame such a hypocrite lil Chinese midget …

Posted March 26, 2014 11:10 pm 


Abe

Rob smith is a complete tool. You are clueless.

Posted March 26, 2014 11:05 pm 


Anonymous

There just trying too hype this fight up

Posted March 26, 2014 11:05 pm 


amor

This columnist is funny! Does he know what he’s writing about!? Hahaha!

Posted March 26, 2014 10:56 pm 


Thurmal Underwear

freddie roach sure talks a lot of sh!t for a retard. i never thought of him as an elite trainer. manny lacks a lot of boxing IQ and he’s not really a student of the game. i feel like another trainer could have made him better.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:56 pm 


Auzbox

If manny turns up, fights 3 mins of each round Bradley is in deep deep water

Posted March 26, 2014 10:55 pm 


Thurmal Underwear

i wonder how many times hecdog posted too fast and had to retype all that sh!t hahaha can you imagine! LOL

Posted March 26, 2014 10:55 pm 


largo

Tim is knocking Pac TFO.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:54 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Tim – “The dude is ripped now and looks very strong and in great shape. Marquez is a legit welterweight now”

Do you think that’s a bit suspicious at his advanced age (for boxing) ?

Or maybe its the wonders of drinking piss……

He fought Pacquiao three times, and suddenly he’s knocking him down and putting him to sleep in the fourth fight

The right hand never seemed to bother Pacquiao before

Posted March 26, 2014 10:48 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 6:26 pm

Posted March 26, 2014 10:48 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 10:46 pm 


Tim

I hear ya but the way Bradley fought and beat Marquez, he didn’t show any signs of permanent damage. Actually, I was more impressed with his win over Marquez than Pbf’s win over Marquez. Anybody with 1 good eye could see that Marquez’s physique looks MUCH different than what it looked like when he faced Pbf. The dude is ripped now and looks very strong and in great shape. Marquez is a legit welterweight now.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:40 pm 


Ghetto Thug

cucaRoach forgot taking his medication

Posted March 26, 2014 10:32 pm 


Tim

I am a little confused by the comment “questionable” win over Cotto. Huh?? Becz of the catchweight?? Well, wouldn’t that make pbf’s win over Alvarez questionable? Or, his win over marquez, coming in overweight. If you question one, then you have to be fair and question the other.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:30 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

Tim – After foolishly trading with such a brutal puncher as Prudnikov, I think that might of taken something out of Bradley….

I heard he was pissing blood…..

Posted March 26, 2014 10:29 pm 


Tim

Pacman easily defeated bradley last fight but Bradley is a different fighter today. Pbf, bradley, and Pacman are easily the top 3 guys at 147lbs right now. Each would give the other hell if they fought. I expect Pacman to win but it’s gonna be tougher this time around. If Pacman knocks out Bradley, the boxing world will be SHOCKED, not because Pacman has slipped a bit but becz Bradley is so dang strong and resilent. The Bradley of today would destroy every other fighter at 147lbs not named pbf or pacman. This is gonna be a heck of a fight. Definitely buying this one.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:25 pm 


matthews

Shut up Roach. You talk to much.

Posted March 26, 2014 10:22 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

DMX -How did Rahman cheat in the first bout ?

Or Griffith, for that matter…..

Posted March 26, 2014 9:58 pm 


Prof Konje

How “am” I posting too fast?

Posted March 26, 2014 9:50 pm 


Prof Konje

How are I always posting too fast??????

Posted March 26, 2014 9:49 pm 


Ray Ray

Roach talks 2 much.

Posted March 26, 2014 9:48 pm 


Hidalg0

Ditto what Bad Dog said.

Posted March 26, 2014 9:47 pm 


DMX

I was illustrating how cheats get beaten to a pulp

Posted March 26, 2014 9:43 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

DMX – You were illustrating how a fighter avenged a lost after being clearly beaten. Jones was not beaten, he was disqualified.

Posted March 26, 2014 9:38 pm 


DMX

Got Jones disqualified
Roy was not happy losing his unbeaten record
The rest is history

Posted March 26, 2014 9:35 pm 


Tomato Can Stan

“Roy Jones v Montell Griffin II”

Actually though, Jones Jr. even decisively beat him in the first fight

Posted March 26, 2014 9:31 pm 


DMX

This will be
Roy Jones v Montell Griffin II
Lennox Lewis v Hasim Rahman II
Terry Norris v Luis Santana III

When you steal from me, vengeance will be violent

Manny Pacquaio KO8

Posted March 26, 2014 9:23 pm 


Bad Dog

What fight did you watch, dude?

Pac beat Bradley in a very one-sided beatdown.

And questionable stoppage of Cotto ?
Cotto was beaten around the ring and that farce should have been stopped much earlier.

Where did you get your ideas ?

Chris Williams.

How did you clowns end up writing articles ?

You should be doing comedy !

Come to think of it, you are.

Posted March 26, 2014 9:19 pm 



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