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BEARS

goosey dont be mean when u decide to pop your head up once a year

Posted April 3, 2014 1:48 pm 


BEARS

lol at a dude named goosey and crackhead craig. beyond that i defer to ellerbe and frauds own words for my sentiments on frauds catchweight with canelo. lol

Posted April 2, 2014 6:55 pm 


Goosey

Lol at BEARS getting owned by Craig,,,

Posted April 2, 2014 4:23 pm 


Craig

Haha whatever mate, read back the posts and you’ll see it’s you making excuses for why it’s fine for Pacquiao to fight catchweights but not Mayweather. See you later.

Posted April 2, 2014 7:09 am 


BEARS

im tired of your excuse making. there should have been no catchweight in the fight. make your floyd excuses elsewhere

Posted April 2, 2014 6:40 am 


Craig

If Canelo has such problems making weight at 154 and gets in the ring 20lbs heavier than what he weighs in at that then what the hell is he doing campaigning at light middle then? If he can’t make weight fight at middleweight and problem solved no-one forces him to cut so much weight for his fights. Why should anyone have to get in the ring with a guy outweighing them by so much.

Posted April 2, 2014 2:25 am 


drunk drivers against mothers

The worst catch weight fight in history was when Sugar Ray Leonard fought Don Lalonde for the new super middleweight division championship. The catch Don Lalonde was the light heavyweight champion of the world who had to come down to 168 and still his light heavyweight title was also on the line. So SRL won two titles fighting a weight drained Lalonde.

Posted April 1, 2014 10:40 pm 


BEARS

my arguments dont have anything to do with what i called u and floyd u learning disabled queef.

it has to do with what floyd himself said primarily and why should people not be held accountable? sorry dude.

and pax not campaigning at a weight forcing catchweights. frauds fighting multiple fights at the weight calling himself the best at THAT WEIGHT then unifying literally 2 pounds below the weight. its ridiculous. and as far as i know unheard of. never heard of a championship with 3 titles on the line fought 2 pounds below the weight the titles represented. just pathetic.

let me know when pac is fighting for all the marbles at any weight than catches 2 pounds below it. it will never happen and obviously its not the same thing. in fact u cant even come up with ANYONE doing that

Posted April 1, 2014 7:19 pm 


BEARS

i dont think it was the same because cottos was not entering the ring at the weight canelo was cotto was not cuttin the same weight so its not the same. its known canelo struggles to make 154 again not the same. it was known canelo had stamina issues only exacerbated by the catchweight as so eloquently (afctually savagely) articulated by ellerbe. or do u not know who ellerbe is. so no not even close. canelo and trout both made 154 then fight night weighed almost 20 lbs more. sorry but canelo making weight is not even comparable.

Posted April 1, 2014 7:01 pm 


Craig

Pacquiao fighting Cotto at 145 instead of 147 is no different to Mayweather fighting Canelo at 152 instead of 154 so don’t try and put him on a pedestal. Unification or not the Pacquiao v Cotto was still for a 147 World Title. If one has ruined fights then so has the other. I’m in no way putting Mayweather up as perfect but your blind defence of Pacquiao is embarrassing. If you don’t like Mayweather that’s one thing but to somehow pretend that it’s different when Pacquiao does the same thing as he has is just silly. Your strongest argument though seems to be calling Mayweather a ‘biatch’ and me a ‘nuthugger’ so the brain cells can’t be working too well for you.

Posted April 1, 2014 5:15 pm 


BEARS

im not against catchweights some sweet fights are made in that manner but im not for travesties like canelo vs fraud. or dawson vs ward. fighters can hurt themselves like dawson.

im also not for fraud talking smack on oac and talking himself up regarding catchweights bs pricepals. fraud can be judged by the princepals and standards he espoused.

Posted April 1, 2014 5:04 pm 


BEARS

its not fine for all or none. u dont have a 154 UNIFICATION and call youself the best 154 then cathweight 2 pounds below the weight for all the marbles. canelos known stamina issues were taken advantage of. im guessing u think its ok. ruining fights. its not regardless of whos nuts u wanna hug son

Posted April 1, 2014 5:00 pm 


BEARS

i just told u “horses mouth” floyd created his own standard. the only real catchweight to mention with pac is margo who floyd dodged. its unreal oac actually fought him and floyd would not. BIATCH. lets take a look at margaritos weight at the time

Posted April 1, 2014 4:57 pm 


Craig

So it’s not okay for Pacquiao either then. You’re making yourself look a bit silly condemning Mayweather with such vigour for the fact he took a catchweight fight and then proclaiming Pacquiao as great and defending his fights at catchweights. It’s either fine for all or none. I don’t care whether your in favour of catchweights or not but don’t embarrass yourself by arguing for both sides of the argument dependent on which fighter you are talking about.

Posted April 1, 2014 4:10 pm 


BEARS

if your not extrapolating why from my posts listen to fraud may say why he wont use cathweights that he prefers his opponents in optimum weight and then malign thise who do. from the horses mouth is why its not ok. now question that out of a nut hugger nature. lol

Posted April 1, 2014 4:01 pm 


Craig

Well you still haven’t explained why catchweights are fine for one and not the other apart from one is called Pacquiao and the other Mayweather but by all means call me a nuthugger and rest your intelligent argument on that.

Posted April 1, 2014 1:31 pm 


BEARS

* if fraud wants to fight serg and 3g at a upper 150 catch thats fine he would essentially be doing what pac has done. but frauds a fraud he would not fight a real opponent whos scalp value was not at least boiled down 50%

Posted April 1, 2014 1:25 pm 


BEARS

r u talking about the margarito fight? its good pac beat him fraud did not face him. frauds fought there 3 times and claimed to be the best there. as well fraud said he wouldnt do the catch like pac maligning pac but turns around n does it. that in and of itself is the hallmark if a biatch of the three he does it it to the one fuy who poses a risk. and he is just a kid.

if pac wants to fightserg martinez and 3g at a upper catch i would be fine with that then he would be doin something similar to pac. i have pretty much spoken. your fraud nuthuggin is just that

Posted April 1, 2014 1:19 pm 


Craig

Pacquiao has never fought at 154 but yet still got his hands on a 154 title by fighting at 150 but that’s okay is it? When he beat Cotto for a 147 title but fought at 145 was that fine? So that is twice Pacquiao was ‘waltzing around’ calling himself a titlist at a weight he never fought for the belts at.

Posted April 1, 2014 10:28 am 


BEARS

pac nevdr fought at 154 pac is a naturally smaller dude started lighter than fraud. pac was not fighting at 154 for the same reason frauds not fighting 3g and serg martinez at their weight craig. dig?

Posted April 1, 2014 7:55 am 


BEARS

nothing will make jmm greater than pac in the annals of bixing history so try as u might there te tumbo but them theres DA FACTS. i know it eats u alive

Posted April 1, 2014 7:51 am 


BEARS

jmm was gettig a mudhole stomped in his a$$ before the lucky punch. i make no bones about it. the tap is on youtube. we all seen the damn fight. momentum was indicating a stoppage win for pac i believe even lampley said he felt the same. im pretty sure thats hiw most felt cause jmm was getting totally way layed on. not only do i think jmm cannot duplicate his luck i think he looses a rematch and u know it too so of course u dont advocate a rematch because its been made quite clear pax the better fighter

Posted April 1, 2014 7:49 am 


BEARS

jmm has struggled to knock pac down. pac has not struggled to knock jmm down. te tumbo im sure u were callin a jmm stoppage win every fight the hater u are but even a broken clock is right twice a day

craig u have not refuted any of my points and i have spoken succinctly. i certainky would not say the scalps were anymore significantly washed up when pac got them. pac was not waltzing around trying to unify at 154 and call himself the best at weight he was nit even fighting at. lol

Posted April 1, 2014 7:44 am 


Craig

Bears, if De la Hoya and Mosely were washed up when Mayweather fought them then they must surely have been even further removed from their peak when Pacquiao fought them after then? Pacquiao fought De la Hoya at 147 and then fought Cotto after at 145, based on your rational he had already fought at 147 so therefore should have again. Fighting De la Hoya and Cotto at 154 is a far different prospect than fighting them at 147 and 145 and to suggest Pacquiao should somehow get cut some slack because he’s smaller is ridiculous – is Mayweather not smaller than Canelo?

Posted April 1, 2014 4:37 am 


te tumbo

“nobody thought jmm by stoppage” except for JMM and myself. Btw, Marquez was only behind by a single point going into the 6th. IF he had only scored aNother KD, he would’ve been ahead by a point going into the 7th with momentum on his side. of course, he didn’t only score aNother KD. he executed he #1 KO in Boxing History as a bookend to Pacquiao’s* Biggest Choke in Boxing History and a response to the scorecard robbery Pacquiao* benefited from in their third bout, i.e., BEARS, you don’t have a clue about what you’re babbling about. not a single clue.

Posted March 31, 2014 9:03 pm 


BEARS

oscar post retired washed up and far from peak, mosely washed up had 2 good rounds in him, cotto damaged goods all these guys with multiple losses. acting like fraud rendered someone damaged goods is strait stupid. u dont render people damaged goods by running the clock out. or in cottos case getting your nose busted by cotto.

we have to take a look outside common opponents and pac simply blows the fraud outta the water. its not debateable. where floyd could have had some points in canelo he boiled out at least 50% of canelos scalp value with a bs catchweight.

ask frauds manager ellerbe he went on and on about how bad the catchweight would effect canelo. he was right but what a fool to sit there and say team fraud was essentially ruining the fight and reducing canelos ring quality by 50%.

Posted March 31, 2014 7:17 pm 


BEARS

i can list a plethora of reasons. first off pac is smaller. the biggest reason is fraud went on distinguishing himself from pac and cutting pac down saying “give me my opponents at their best weight. what pac does is bs and im not pac blah blah”

to turn around after that and do the same thing renouncing it and the man who does it makes u a biatch.

secondly it was floyds third fight at the weight and he did not do this u til canelo because he felt a 23 year ild kid possd too much risk. fraud ruined that fight and tothink team fraud actually propose canelo make the 140s!!!! frauds garbage for reasons i have pointed out. his entire card coming up is garbage and only people who are entertained by circus will be watching. his upcoming ppv is more like a wwf ppv

Posted March 31, 2014 7:08 pm 


poor pacturds

Manny beat Oscar, Cotto, Mosely and Hatton. All after Floyd his lefts overs but when Floyd beat these same guys there were cherry picked? How can they be cherry picked for one and not the other? I mean these are supposed to be the p4p best Floyd and Manny right? Floyd beat Oscar, and Cotto at 154 not 147 like pacroid either. Poor pactards who make excuses when Floyd wins like they were cherry picked or Marquez and Miadana is too small for Floyd? But there are the same size as Manny who Floyd is supposed to be scared of right? Or better yet they make excuses why Manny lost like C.J. Ross cheated him and Marquez was juiced up and got lucky. Ass clowns Manny is nothing without the juice he is a average Joe.

Posted March 31, 2014 5:29 pm 


Craig

He fought Margarito for a vacant title at 150lbs but that’s alright isn’t it?

Posted March 31, 2014 4:35 pm 


BEARS

seriously? was pac fighting unifications at 154 then requiring a weight 2 pounds beneath it making it not even a real 154 pound fight for all the marbles at 154. sure am nutsack

Posted March 31, 2014 4:32 pm 


Happyboy

Bears stop cooking the books to suit your opinion, you know very well those Klitshckos you praise so much have the worst bums on their resume than any champion in the history of boxing yet you lick their balls as a hobby.

Posted March 31, 2014 4:32 pm 


Craig

Bears, are you seriously criticising Mayweather for a catchweight fight after the catchweights that Pacquiao fought De la Hoya, Cotto and Margarito at?

Posted March 31, 2014 4:29 pm 


moonshineman

He can believe anything he wants, but on April 12, he better not hurt his foot again. Pacquiao is going to go after him like a tornado, and he better be ready. Pacquiao does his talking in the ring, and on April 12th, he will be talking a lot.

Posted March 31, 2014 4:12 pm 


teepee

Pac man isn’t on that the juice anymore that’s why that fire is out he was a animal when popped out of the light weight division then when they say steroid or test all went he’ll lol

Posted March 31, 2014 1:24 pm 


Mike J

I can see where Bradley is coming from, because that KO loss to JMM changed to game for Pacman. Rios was a good comeback fight him…he can bang but comes forward, warrior, no real defense. Mentally he may not be the same fighter, but Rios was not the guy that was going to test. Bradley from a will, determination, and skill set standpoint could be that guy. BUT, in that same breath, Pacman has twice as many fights as Bradley and has had some tough fights. Pacman also seems to fight now with more of a controlled rage than the wild and relentless fighter he was back at 130lbs. He’s a different fighter mentally, in both his professional and personal life. Bradley is very much so hungry and he vocalizes that. He can win this fight, but he shouldnt mistake Pacman’s lack of fire as weakness.

Posted March 31, 2014 11:40 am 


BEARS

i think rios has better scalp value than ortiz. has to be as good a value as beer bellied just weighed 130 something feather fisted flat footed guerrero who telegraphs EVERYTHING he throws and has fallen off the map and been reduced to “boxers:where are they now” status.

pax pretty much done a better job on every common opponent with may other than jmm.

pac has atg’s morales and barrera. has beaten bradley. has faced margarito. is now fighting the best possible matchup for himself outside floyd in fighting bradley AGAIN.

floyd is fighting the maidanas, ortizs, and guerreros of the world ABSOLUTE CIRCUS ACT. dudes a conman selling garbage and woe onto those who buy garbage. fraud even had to handicap 23 year old kid canelo with a 2 pound catch UNDER the weight of an official 154 unification! it was not even a 154 pound fight for 154 pound titles essentially and canelo was COOKED before entering the ring. frauds a fraud nuff said. clowns hug that cats nuts

Posted March 31, 2014 9:03 am 


Anonymous

HECDOG’S posts are far more inciteful than TARK’S b.s.

Posted March 31, 2014 8:41 am 


piechucker

Bradley – the PAC certainly still had when he gave you an embarrassing beating. Remember what Bradley said straight after the fight “I just couldn’t beat him”. And you never will. PAC is better than you

Posted March 31, 2014 6:16 am 


Ray Ray

Comparing manny 2 Micheal Jordan, Ray Robinson, calling him the current pnd 4 pnd king? Holy delusional? Lay off the sauce….what’s next, compare him 2 multi Grammy winning singer?

Posted March 31, 2014 3:11 am 


get over it

Who the hell is Rios? Manny deserves no credit for beating up a hand picked lightweight punching bag. Rios cant even fight as for Bradley Manny never dominated the fight it really could have went either way certainly not a robbery. Manny hast KOed anyone since 09 hell the last good fighter he beat was Cotto dehydrated in 09. Floyd beat Oscar and Cotto at 154 not 147. He has no KO power anymore Bradley is one tough SOB he will be the first real test for Manny after getting KTFO by Marquez who by the way has a 5 fight waiting for him if he makes it past Bradley no way Manny wins both fights he will have another L this year for sure right now he is fighting to get out of debt past his prime like so many before him…

Posted March 31, 2014 12:57 am 


Joe

I think many think the same thing that Manny is over the hill it’s boxing fans for you 1 loss and instantly you are history, I think Manny will come back strong again though it’s gonna be a KO win 4th round is my prediction

Posted March 31, 2014 12:11 am 


Hecdog

Gentlemen, once again someone continues to re-post my post over and over again.

Posted March 30, 2014 10:58 pm 


BEARS

hecdog needs banned

Posted March 30, 2014 10:11 pm 


Hecdog

Hecdog

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Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!
Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!
Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!
Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!
Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!
Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!
Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!
Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Arm

Posted March 30, 2014 10:00 pm 


BEARS

its not like team jmm envisioned that result. jmm historically could hardly even knock pacman down while pac is always droppin jmm. so lets be real and objective.

nobody thought jmm by stoppage. pacman does not have it anymore? yeah u can tell pac is being nice not finding it neccessary to finish guys like rios. i think those days should be over of being nice that is. pac loosing it!? if he let up, it was INTENTIONAL

Posted March 30, 2014 9:20 pm 


BEARS

pacman will be agressive like he was in the last jmm fight even beyond that and he will be successful. i got oac winning all day and i wouldnt doubt the odds makers do to. afterall he won the first fight. this will be bradleys third loss

Posted March 30, 2014 9:13 pm 


Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Posted March 30, 2014 8:55 pm 


TARK

Nope… Bradley wants an aggressive Pacquiao. That way he can jab and run and make Pacquiao run into stuff… What he’s saying is designed to anger Pacquiao and make him lead more, throw more, and be more reckless… and to try for the KO… That always gives you an advantage if you’re facing a fast boxer.

It worked for a 39-year-old Marquez in # 4… If it works do it.

Posted March 30, 2014 8:10 pm 


Chicago guy

Bradley is already feel nervous and motivating himself by his false belief that Pacquiao is already done.

Posted March 30, 2014 6:25 pm 


Chicago guy

Teflon money will also be knock out. You lost

Posted March 30, 2014 6:21 pm 


BEARS

i never thought pacman was gone to begin with. he beat bradley he was laying waste to jmm stompin a mudhole in his a$$ and then the lucky punch. jmm has struggled to knock pac down met alone out. of course it was a lucky punch

Posted March 30, 2014 5:08 pm 


BEARS

pacman dropped jmm in their kast bout looked like he was gonna stopp jmm til the lucky puch

Posted March 30, 2014 5:05 pm 


teflon

Chicago you poor nutt hugger. Manny hasn’t dropped anyone since 09. And Bradley took shots from Ruslan and didn’t fold so he is one tough SOB. Bradley is going to tap that ass. All you tards claim Manny is back why because of Rios? LMAO he was a garbage lightweight Manny hasn’t proved sht wince he got KTFO by Marquez talk is cheap and BS runs a marathon. And these promises they made and Manny produced sht. He dide dominate Bradley he got KTFO by Marquez and he could drop a punching bag Rios. Hell the last time he looked good was back in 09 when guys were stupid enough to dehydrate themselves to fight him Oscar had to use a IV the night of the fight and when was the last time Cotto fought at 147? Floyd beat Oscar, and Cotto at 154 and Canelo at 152. Manny is the biggest hype job in the sport. What has the last undefeated fighter he beat? Or better yet everyone he fought came off losses. Cotto lost to Margechaeto. Manny beat him. Oscar lost to Floyd. Hatton lost to Floyd. Margechaeto lost to Mosey. And Manny beat them after the fact all Floyds left overs. Now he has no KO power and he is looking real average nowhere near the wrecking ball he once was anyone can see he is off the PEDS now he gets his ass whopped….

Posted March 30, 2014 5:01 pm 


Chicago guy

Bradley’s false belief will put him in an early knockout.

Posted March 30, 2014 4:47 pm 


BEARS

i believe it was round 6 bradley dropped his a$$ to the bottom rope in my book thats a knock down add to it he was getting brutalized. points and beat down i feel provod won personally

Posted March 30, 2014 4:42 pm 


BEARS

when bradley got up to fast and dropped face planted revealing it was a knockdown he went down again. most fights are stopped at that point. its either a stoppage win for provod at that point or a points win. i have my notes and scorecard at home i will check it out. im at the mall right now

Posted March 30, 2014 4:27 pm 


PEEJ

Bradley won a close decision. For the first knockdown that wasn’t counted was because Provo pushed Bradley. If he would of just let him fall then it would of been counted. No matter how hurt the fighter is, if you push him then it is not a knockdown. And Bradley leaning against the ropes throwing punches is not considered a 10 – 8 round.

Posted March 30, 2014 3:27 pm 


Chris

Neils

What an utterly pointless article.
Posted March 30, 2014 1:54 pm

People read the articles?

Posted March 30, 2014 2:10 pm 


Neils

What an utterly pointless article.

Posted March 30, 2014 1:54 pm 


Chris

BEARS

i dont feel bradley won that on points i feel provod had multiple 10-8 rounds like 6 when the rooes held bradley up. rounds 1,2, 6 and there was another 10-8 in there but i dont remember. all i remember is feeling prov beat and battered him. i feel provod won the fight even when it came to points
Posted March 30, 2014 1:32 pm

Ah, OK, I see. Yeah maybe. I would have to rewatch it to see if it was enough for more 10-8 rounds.

Prov seemed to wear down which cost him rounds. If his stamina was better I don’t think Bradley would have been able to outbox him in those rounds he did because he was to hurt.

Posted March 30, 2014 1:41 pm 


BEARS

i dont feel bradley won that on points i feel provod had multiple 10-8 rounds like 6 when the rooes held bradley up. rounds 1,2, 6 and there was another 10-8 in there but i dont remember. all i remember is feeling prov beat and battered him. i feel provod won the fight even when it came to points

Posted March 30, 2014 1:32 pm 


PEEJ

Marquez didn’t land any lucky punch. Or did he throw that punch twice and it landed luckily twice. Please. He ment to throw it and he ment to land it. Actually Pac tried a feint and Marquez didn’t bite and threw the punch when Pac tried punching after his feint. Great punch by Marquez. Marquez should of won the 3rd fight also. Pac has a fake win on his record. Since we are talking about the real wins and not the fake ones. Racist Idiot

Posted March 30, 2014 1:26 pm 


Chris

BEARS

jmm got dropped and was getting a mud hole stomped in his a$$ in a one sided beat down until jmm landed a lucky punch it looked like jmm was gonna be stopped. its boxing, it happenz, its not to be overly lauded as it does not mean jmm is better anymore than it meant rahman was better than lewis. it was evident even in that bout who the better boxer was
Posted March 30, 2014 1:10 pm

Yes, JMM was getting battered but that was no lucky punch. In fact, Jim Lampley actually called the setup right before the KO Punch which I found amusing since Jim saw it but Pac didn’t. I guess its easier to see something from a calm distance than from inside the fire.

JMM lured him in and Pac fell for it. NO LUCKY PUNCH.

Anyone that says it was lucky should be ashamed of themselves.

Posted March 30, 2014 1:25 pm 


Chris

Bears

He beat Provodnikov on points but he was worse for it. He lost to Pac though.

Hope Pac knocks him out Hatton style

Posted March 30, 2014 1:20 pm 


BEARS

and bradley got his a$$ kicked against pac and provodnikov dude really has 2 losses so lets talk REALITY NOT tims fake record.

Posted March 30, 2014 1:12 pm 


BEARS

jmm got dropped and was getting a mud hole stomped in his a$$ in a one sided beat down until jmm landed a lucky punch it looked like jmm was gonna be stopped. its boxing, it happenz, its not to be overly lauded as it does not mean jmm is better anymore than it meant rahman was better than lewis. it was evident even in that bout who the better boxer was

Posted March 30, 2014 1:10 pm 


te tumbo

as long as an opponent isn’t fooled or intimidated by hype citing Pacquiao’s* multi-dimensional(?) “improvement”, he can count on and prepare for the same dangerous but predictable, single-fisted, one-dimensional puncher that Marquez DUMPED face-first into the ring-canvas. there isn’t even a book on Pacquiao*. just a pocket guide compiled by Marquez. accordingly, all Bradley needs to remember is to circle to his left and prepare to exploit the openings created by Pacquiao’s* hard-charging style and he’s virtually assured of the “W”.

Posted March 30, 2014 12:48 pm 


horst fraze

bradley should thank arum for the gift decision in the first fight,now he can lose and make big $’s

Posted March 30, 2014 10:58 am 


Gnashers

I think Manny still has ‘it’, although TB is a decent fighter and a decent man.
I’m hoping Manny doesn’t come out all guns blazing, because he might just get caught again, if he turns it on for 1 min of each round with crazy speed flurries he will win this easily on points.

Posted March 30, 2014 9:15 am 


FACTS OF LIFE

FACT: The more one hates, the more one reads and rants about the one they hate on.
EXAMPLE: Auzbox, Bears,
CONCLUSION: They are hiding an innate homo-erotic attraction to the subject of their hatred and as a direct result of this they need an outlet to mask their own insecurities.

Posted March 30, 2014 6:04 am 


Auzbox

Manny beat Bradley that’s what I’ll admit. He beat him 9-3 8-4 would be generous

Posted March 30, 2014 5:37 am 


Havoc

Still in junior high is my guess ?

Posted March 30, 2014 5:23 am 


Havoc

You’re not very bright are you auzbox ?

Posted March 30, 2014 5:23 am 


Havoc

Stop speaking sh1T ! You were wrong admit it .

Posted March 30, 2014 5:19 am 


Auzbox

Your the bloke that said I read you wrong. As I said if you think Bradley won the fight it shows a lot about you and shows how little you follow the sweet science that’s all

Posted March 30, 2014 5:16 am 


Havoc

Auzbox

You were bagging anomous for saying PAC won 8-4 easily. That would mean you think different which would make you stupid
Posted March 30, 2014 4:17 am\

You were bagging anomous LMAO Did I hurt you’re wittle feelings auzbox ? You shouldnt get so upset after all , I am replying to a NO NAME poster !!

Posted March 30, 2014 4:42 am 


Havoc

Anonymous

“Why didnt Manny give TB a rude awakening when they fought the first time ?”

Because he was robbed?
Posted March 30, 2014 1:06 am

You need to be able READ !! I was replying to this >
Indian Wells

Bradley is in for a rude awakening.
Posted March 29, 2014 9:49 pm

Are you in charge of defending other peoples posts ? Its time for you to get a real job , and stop getting you’re panties all bunched up auzbox .

Posted March 30, 2014 4:39 am 


Auzbox

You were bagging anomous for saying PAC won 8-4 easily. That would mean you think different which would make you stupid

Posted March 30, 2014 4:17 am 


Havoc

Auzbox

Havoc all the greats say manny easily beat tim. Seeing your not a great I would assume your just a hater. If you score that fight for Bradley then your in the same basket as boxtramus
Posted March 30, 2014 3:08 am

You need some glasses or is you’re comprehension lacking ? Did I say anything about Manny winning or losing ? Read the posts before getting all pacturd worked up over nothing you child !

Posted March 30, 2014 3:35 am 


Auzbox

Havoc all the greats say manny easily beat tim. Seeing your not a great I would assume your just a hater. If you score that fight for Bradley then your in the same basket as boxtramus

Posted March 30, 2014 3:08 am 


Havoc

Anonymous

Pac easily beat Bradley — probably 10 to 2 or 9 to 3. Giving 4 rounds to TB would’ve been extremely generous.
Posted March 30, 2014 1:12 am

You’re little PACcard does not count in the REAL world . Get a grip pacturd !

Posted March 30, 2014 2:48 am 


Havoc

Anonymous

“Why didnt Manny give TB a rude awakening when they fought the first time ?”

Because he was robbed?
Posted March 30, 2014 1:06 am

No Manny didnt do enough to convince TB that he was being awakened . Did Manny dominate TB ? NO he did not .Will Manny dominate TB next time around ? I am not convinced that he still has IT .

Posted March 30, 2014 2:46 am 


Bambino

Stop bubbling!!” prepare u’r stretcher woodrat”’

Posted March 30, 2014 1:26 am 


Anonymous

Pac easily beat Bradley — probably 10 to 2 or 9 to 3. Giving 4 rounds to TB would’ve been extremely generous.

Posted March 30, 2014 1:12 am 


Anonymous

we’ve already seen that TB’s style doesn’t match-up very well with Pac’s.

Posted March 30, 2014 1:09 am 


Anonymous

“was Manny just being polite ?”

Arum was by handing Bradley a gift.

Posted March 30, 2014 1:06 am 


Anonymous

“Why didnt Manny give TB a rude awakening when they fought the first time ?”

Because he was robbed?

Posted March 30, 2014 1:06 am 


soda pop

its okay to be hard, if you a man you gotta be, but respect the craft, and respect the men that get in that ring…..we all men.

Posted March 30, 2014 12:30 am 


Thurmal Underwear

soda pop

i love tim, hes a real man..carries himself well, not disrespectful and represents the sport well.he reminds me of mosley in that sense,this goes to the point that nice guys finish last.the mayweathers and broners of the world get more atention and money to act a fool then the real classy fighters like mosley, bradley, vernon forest of the world….what a shame, these are the fighters that deserve that kind of money and akalade.

Posted March 29, 2014 11:10 pm

^minus his hardest attempts at being a hard ass, i tend to like the guy too. he seems like a guy you wouldn’t mind as a neighbor. good dude. hard worker. how can you really hate that.

Posted March 30, 2014 12:17 am 


soda pop

i love tim, hes a real man..carries himself well, not disrespectful and represents the sport well.he reminds me of mosley in that sense,this goes to the point that nice guys finish last.the mayweathers and broners of the world get more atention and money to act a fool then the real classy fighters like mosley, bradley, vernon forest of the world….what a shame, these are the fighters that deserve that kind of money and akalade.

Posted March 29, 2014 11:10 pm 


Havoc

was Manny just being polite ?

Posted March 29, 2014 10:24 pm 


Havoc

Why didnt Manny give TB a rude awakening when they fought the first time ?

Posted March 29, 2014 10:24 pm 


Indian Wells

Bradley is in for a rude awakening.

Posted March 29, 2014 9:49 pm 


Jeff Kennedy

Bradley must not have watched the Pacquiao and Rios fight. The footwork and hand speed is still there. fight will go 12 but there will be no doubt by the way Bradley’s face will look.

Posted March 29, 2014 9:29 pm 


Anonymous

Desert storm lol…at least Pac had something he’ll never have, even if it was through use of anabolic steroids. He’s a lot more fun to watch than Bradley ever was/will be. Imagine they made steroids 100% legal in boxing…would that be a more honest way to play the sport? Maybe? Probably a terrible forkin’ idea.

Posted March 29, 2014 9:11 pm 


Javielito

Bradley is in for a rude awakening.

Posted March 29, 2014 8:57 pm 


Keith One Time Thurman

REAL TALK…. bawahaha

Posted March 29, 2014 8:43 pm 


Rich

Keep talking.

Posted March 29, 2014 8:40 pm 


Craig

Squared Circle – that’s fair opinions and I’m not normally one for the because one fighter beat another argument but you ignored the question of when Pacquiao last beat a fighter conclusively that didn’t come straight at him. Pacquiao doesn’t excel when he has to go looking for his opponent.

Posted March 29, 2014 8:23 pm 


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

Nope. The reality is that PacMan outboxed and beat JMM at least twice. And he was beating JMM again in their last fight until he got caught with a lucky, one-in-a-million power shot he didn’t see coming. Styles always make fights. So to imply that Bradley outboxed JMM, so will outbox Pac in the rematch is simply foolish. Especially considering we’ve already seen that TB’s style doesn’t match-up very well with Pac’s. He lost 9 or 10 rounds of their first fight, and the lame foot injury (didn’t wear socks) excuse just doesn’t fly here.

Posted March 29, 2014 8:15 pm 


Albeziel

Even an uninspired Pac can win against him

Posted March 29, 2014 8:06 pm 


Craig

Bradley couldn’t outbox Pacquiao in the first fight because he had injuries to both feet, he outboxed Marquez in his last fight which is something Pacquiao has failed to do in 4 fights. When was the last time Pacquiao conclusively beat someone who didn’t come straight at him?

Posted March 29, 2014 7:43 pm 


Mike Tyson

Reason for bradley up the frenzy I’s because he has now adopted the low left hand boxing style, he want manny to get angry so he forget to watch his low left up close. So he can out score manny with the jab. But manny been fighting boxer he know it and it’s a old trick Bradley. Martinez doing the same to cotto. But both know, it’s don’t work on top fighter.

What does this say. Bradley plans to box manny, and he wants a wild man that looking for the ok only. Sorry brad PAC above this prepare for a beat down boxing style.
That low left will get the 1-4 counter punch same as prov did.

Posted March 29, 2014 7:13 pm 


Keith One Time Thurman

Manny certainly dont Have “it” if he step in with me or Mayfield .

Posted March 29, 2014 6:42 pm 


largo

Tim got this.

Posted March 29, 2014 6:36 pm 


Popkins

Must admit, Bradley did look good against JMM – the best i’ve seen Tim. He convincingly outpointed him IMO. It sounds like he’s gunna try similar “back foot”, slick boxing skills against Manny in this fight.

Posted March 29, 2014 6:31 pm 


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

PacMan certainly still had it the last time he easily beat Bradley — probably 10 to 2 or 9 to 3. Giving 4 rounds to TB would’ve been extremely generous. TB’s naive and feeble attempts to play psychological mind games will NOT have a negative impact on Pac’s performance. If anything… TB has thrown fuel on the fire, which will only motivate Pac to train that much harder and really try his hardest to brutalize and KO Bradley.

PacMan is going to win this fight by UD or stoppage and take back his title that they robbed from him. Make no mistake about it.

Posted March 29, 2014 6:31 pm 


Hecdog

Bradley is only trying to convince himself that he can beat Manny. He’s in denial, and he continues to take too much punishment in his last two fight. Bradley can’t out box or out slug the legendary Manny Pacquiao. Manny has speed, power, athleticism and ring smarts over Bradley. Manny will stop Bradley in a one sided beating. He’s catching a dangerous Manny that is out to prove a point to many. And he will. Bradley keeps adding fire to the fuel by running his mouth, and Manny is going to make him pay. One thing you never do is try and degrade a fighter that already beat you once badly and then continue to talk about how Manny has lost his killer instinct. A humble man says nothing until fight time. I’m curious to see what excuse Bradley will use this time around. Last time it was his socks. Manny Pacquiao will stop Bradley in a brutal stoppage. Trust me on this. Manny is the best, and this time around, he may be a little upset.

Posted March 29, 2014 6:24 pm 


BEARS

im taking pacman in this and i thought he won the first fight so that makes bradley look bad if pac really “does not have it anymore”

bradley is basically saying he is fighting and ready lost to a fighter who “does not have it anymore”
hmmmm

Posted March 29, 2014 6:08 pm 


Anonymous

Timmy is going down.

Posted March 29, 2014 5:39 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Pacquiao is about to get shown the door by Desert Storm

Posted March 29, 2014 5:23 pm 


Stitch

Keep talking

Posted March 29, 2014 5:20 pm 


Mitch

Keep talking

Posted March 29, 2014 5:15 pm 



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