Additionally, HHLondon, there’s a difference between staying in shape and training to fight a specific opponent. If you think I am wrong, ask Floyd Mayweather Sr.Posted March 29, 2014 11:06 am
“When you talk like that, you just make yourself look like a chump ;-) and someone who has never competed at the lowest levels of sport.”
According to you and what army? You just advertised your ignorance about the sport by what you just said. Marcos Rene Maidana will be fighting the biggest fight of his life and YOU don’t think a few weeks cut off his training before the fight will make a difference?
Stupid is as stupid does.Posted March 29, 2014 2:02 am
Mayweather resides in the gym.
You don’t beat champ after champ into your late 30’s at 147 and 154lbs by “nicking” a couple of weeks off your opponent in camp.
When you talk like that, you just make yourself look like a chump ;-) and someone who has never competed at the lowest levels of sport.Posted March 28, 2014 11:04 pm
“Floyd knew it was Maidana all along and threw Khan out there to lower expectations.”
Exactly. And while Mayweather was pretending to try to decide between Khan and Maidana, his daddy was already studying Maidana tapes and training Floyd for a fight with Maidana. They intentionally waited til the last minute to announce it would be Maidana so as to limit his time to prepare to fight Floyd.Posted March 27, 2014 8:37 pm
‘”Mayweather spent a lot of time deciding on his next opponent”, says Showtime’s Espiniza’
Mayweather took a long time to choose? Really? Who knew?
This is why I’m so glad when I check to look on ESB: where else would I have learnt such news?
No doubt the wirter interviewed “Espiniza [sic.]” himself to get this hot scoop.
Great investigative journalism!Posted March 27, 2014 4:07 pm
Teflon the double poster, you write the same dumb stuff all the time. Why take 40 mill when he was just paid 35 to beat cotto and manny was 1 p4p. Floyd wasn’t king and didn’t deserve the bigger pay.Posted March 27, 2014 3:19 pm
Floyd knew it was Maidana all along and threw Khan out there to lower expectations. Then when they announced Maidana it looked like he was going with the tougher opponent. He did the same thing with Guerrero after everyone rioted when he hinted he’d fight that bum Devon Alexander.Posted March 27, 2014 1:44 pm
Excuse me, I meant too say that it must be nice to get paid for “writing” articles that are basically plagiarized from other sources.Posted March 27, 2014 1:06 pm
Must be nice to “write” articles that are basically plagiarized from other sources.Posted March 27, 2014 12:05 pm
For a fight of this magnitude and importance, it seems to me there should be a rule requiring fighters to have enough notice prior to the fight to allow at least eight weeks preparation before a bout.Posted March 27, 2014 12:02 pm
Actually, Mayweather had already decided on fighting Maidana long before he announced it. This did two things for Floyd, it allowed him to start early in preparation for this fight, and it left Maidana a relatively short period of time–about five weeks–to prepare for the fight. Floyd always looks for any edge to beat his opponents. Very sneaky, very slick, not necessarily very honest or honorable.Posted March 27, 2014 12:01 pm
All 3 fights should be on regular Showtime, this is not a worthy PPV event. The fight I would prefer to see the most out of the 3 would be Khan vs Collazo, I think this would be an exciting fight.Posted March 27, 2014 11:56 am
What is Marvin Hagler talking about Floyd Mayweather not fighting the best fighters out there can you count On 2 hands how many belts Floyd cook from champions and what does Khan has to offer he already got knocked out from a 140 and forty pound herPosted March 27, 2014 10:46 am
Does anyone in their right mind want to PAY to see Floyd fight someone we all KNOW he can beat(easy dollars) and, to add insult to injury to see an undercard that features you know, that other “great” fighter named CON??? HELL TO THE NOOOOO!! Floyds fight will be a super flop. He’s fighting Maidana for two reasons mostly. One is because Maidana has a belt, which may help sell this non-event and the other is, Maidana is not a true WW, is not dangerous and most of all……everyone one including Stevie Wonder can see Floyd can beat a non-elite fighter named Maidana. Knock yourself out and pay for it if you feel this side-show is worth the kind of money but in reality, this is more a circus like atmosphere.Posted March 27, 2014 10:20 am
The Black Pariah
FMJ is a clownPosted March 27, 2014 9:57 am
This fight will do 10 times better than Manny vs. Bradley II hell no one is even talking about Manny, I bet he wished he didn’t turn down that 40 million in 09..lolPosted March 27, 2014 5:04 am
Word to what you wrote; this writer is stupid.Posted March 27, 2014 3:39 am
Geez that is why this writer is not working for Showtime.Posted March 27, 2014 3:37 am
lawyer/salesman/dumbass insulting our intelligencePosted March 27, 2014 1:51 am
Mayweather said he would fight the winner of his poll. The winner was Khan. Mayweather lies again. I’m not interested in a Mayweather/Khan bout but the FMJ credibility sinks more and more with every lie and excuse not to fight against the best or who the fans choose.Posted March 27, 2014 1:46 am
Wow! This is the second article by Rob Smith in which he made some very bold statements. Again, he’s questioning the credibility of Collazo, stating his relevance to the boxing world. Here you have Khan who has struggled against mediocre competition, and is a loss away from being irrelevant period and he says nothing about this guy. Then he mentions Khan vs Broner as being a better fight for the undercard. Clearly he didn’t do his homework, as it’s been stated that Broner is going down to 140 and Khan is moving up to 147. The difference in weight class killed that fight alone. It’s the best possible undercard that could be made considering that other named fighters already have dates set for future fights. More credibility lost for Rob Smith. He’s on a roll….Posted March 27, 2014 1:42 am
Void is a coward. Void is extremely afraid of Pac, I have never seen a boxer as afraid of another fighter as I have seen with Void’s fear of Pac. Void is truly void……….Pac Vs. Void would be the biggest PPV event in boxing history, but Void’s fear keeps him from doing it. Void could make this fight happen, but again, it’s his fear……………………Posted March 27, 2014 12:28 am
Give me a break! Spent a lot of time deciding on his next opponent. Stupid worthless statement Espinoza is another one of those pathetic Mayweather puppets. And please pick another topic to discuss rather than a useless one like this.Posted March 27, 2014 12:18 am