Bradley will surrender……………Posted April 7, 2014 4:47 pm
PEDicure, check out this link:
proboxing-fans.com/floyd-mayweather-exclusive-i-didnt-want-to-fight-pacquiao-after-he-beat-down-miguel-cotto_040114/Posted April 4, 2014 10:25 pm
“Lance was the straw who stirred the drink. He’s profited the most. He takes the fall.”
Pathetic POS, that Armstrong. Not to mention the fact that he strong-armed other members of his team to also cheat. The guy was a bully and enforcer.Posted April 4, 2014 10:09 pm
“Has Floyd failed 3 tests for PED’S”
You’re on crank!Posted April 4, 2014 8:13 pm
“Pac is on juice”
You’re on crack!Posted April 4, 2014 8:11 pm
Pac is on juice. Bradley with no power needs a strienghtening coach to get a chance. I hate a cheat fighter! Karma will soon come!
My friend, you have to be high on something…..Posted April 4, 2014 6:39 pm
Hidalg0, thanks for those links.Posted April 4, 2014 5:51 pm
Jim, just Google it, but here’s some info for you anyways. Just copy and paste these links in your browser:
Here’s the link to discussion on the Gabriel Montoya article ped may quoted:
rapmusic.com/threads/boxing-mayweather-tested-positive-3-times.1326593/Posted April 4, 2014 5:45 pm
Pac is on juice. Bradley with no power needs a strienghtening coach to get a chance. I hate a cheat fighter! Karma will soon come!Posted April 4, 2014 5:41 pm
Has Floyd failed 3 tests for PED’S? Is that true or not?Posted April 4, 2014 4:37 pm
Practically EVERYONE was ‘juicing’ in The Tour De France in Lance Armstrong’s day, to be fair to him . He was still the best cyclist on the tour out of all the cheating feckers!Posted April 4, 2014 4:30 pm
Lance Armstrong better without PEDs? He was mediocre before he got cancer and then miraculously became super cyclist. Just like Manny, he sued everybody who accused him of using PEDs and won!Posted April 4, 2014 4:05 pm
Hidalg0…, “Lance Armstrong’s “team” cheated in the same way.”
Lance was the straw who stirred the drink. He’s profited the most. He takes the fall.Posted April 4, 2014 1:07 pm
“Gabriel Montoya of Maxboxing.com might be onto the story of the decade.”
Ped may, unlike Tark, I DO believe that top fighters would cheat or have already cheated using PEDs. PED cheaters have been exposed in almost all sports–amateurs and pros.
Montoya’s and Hauser’s articles contain too much precise information for them to be based simply on rumors. Too many entities are implicated, and their articles caused immediate threat of lawsuits, refusal to submit documents and records that were demanded, and sudden quietness–all signs of damage control.
When Freddie Roach, Pac and team got wind of the rumors about Mayweather failing three A sample tests and the purported cover-up regarding them, they demanded that documents and records regarding such testing and results be provided to them. But no such records were ever produced.
The long-time argument against Manny Pacquiao has been that since he refused to take the random testing, he must be guilty of doing PEDS because he must have something to hide. Why then does it not make sense that if Mayweather, GBP, USADA, et al refuse to comply with Pac team’s demands for the production of records, that they are all acting in unison to hide and/or cover something up?
Does anyone really believe that such apparently sophisticated “rumors” about Mayweather were really fabricated? Look how the boxing world took the Manny-uses-PEDs-ball and ran with it based mainly on accusations by Pacquiao’s number one rival’s father!
Use common sense folks: Both sides have gone quiet since agreeing to an out-of-court settlement to settle Pac’s lawsuit against Mayweather. For instance, ask yourselves, “Why has Pac’s side gone mum about the Mayweather rumors?” Answer: Because it was part of the settlement agreement and they don’t want anything said about it anymore!
Oh yeah, I certainly do believe the top names in boxing are or have used PEDs. So do a number of insiders in the sport. Some even have actual knowledge of it.Posted April 4, 2014 11:50 am
“Lance Armstrong will forever be known for one thing for the rest of his life … and ever after. He’s a lying, cheating scumbag. Who’s to say he couldn’t have done even better without PEDs? The fact is, no one will ever know.”
Along with all the rest of his “team” that also cheated in the same way.Posted April 4, 2014 11:33 am
Havoc.., “So stop the PED issue cause if Pac doing it then Floyd or any top fighter is doing it too.”
It doesn’t follow that because one stupid athlete cheats–so does everyone else. I don’t believe Floyd, Pac, Rios, Bradley, or any of the top boxers use PEDs. Because it doesn’t make sense. What good did using PEDs do Fernando Vargas??? Except to show how stupid he is. He went from being a pretty good boxer who easily outboxed the likes of Ike Quartey, to a chump who got knocked out 4 or 5 times … and finally quit boxing because his body was wrecked.
When a story comes out that Peterson was on PEDs, that’s when I believe it. Lamont got his ass hammered when he fought somebody good, so it’s not like it made him any better. I don’t see him ever beating the top fighters, but his reputation will always stink out loud.
Boxing isn’t mainly strength. It’s experience, expertise, mastery and styles. No PED use will make Joe Frazier into George Foreman. It’s not worth the risk to the fighter’s reputation. He’s not going to assume that risk if he’s smart. So no way. Most of these stories are rumors, garbage, and innuendo. These guys know their samples are frozen forever, and from now on. If they can’t catch you today they’ll develop means to retest your samples a year from now. That’s how they caught Armstrong.
Lance Armstrong will forever be known for one thing for the rest of his life … and ever after. He’s a lying, cheating scumbag. Who’s to say he couldn’t have done even better without PEDs? The fact is, no one will ever know.Posted April 4, 2014 10:48 am
Come on Fredd speak some sense for a change, Bradley doesn’t do surrender,you should know that.Posted April 4, 2014 3:47 am
Mansworld: why is taking this long to catch Manny for using PED? Why the boxing commission regulated drug testing never caught Pacman using PED? Is the boxing commission regulated way of testing all thier fighters is a flawed? Is thier something wrong or are they damn and stupid that what ever drug testing tier doing is useless? I mean the boxing commissions are that really damn and stupid?Posted April 4, 2014 2:46 am
Mansworld: if a boxer tested positive on PED he gets suspension and strip of his current title if he have one. Maybe 6 months ban. That’s it that’s all. If Pac tested positive one time they will not strip him with his 8 division championship. Maybe suspension of 1 year. So stop the PED issue cause if Pac doing it then Floyd or any top fighter is doing it too.Posted April 4, 2014 2:40 am
Yeah Manny is clean he always have been that why he walked away from the biggest fight in the history of boxing over a blood test and 40 million dollars to boot. He agrees to the testing but not 4 days before the fight and quoted “needles make me weak” since the whole PED issue came up he hasn’t been the same and certainly not the wrecking ball he was in 09 anyone can see he is fighting clean now, reason why he gets his ass beat by a 40 year old Mexican MarquezPosted April 4, 2014 1:27 am
Gabriel Montoya of Maxboxing.com might be onto the story of the decade. Apparently he has sources who are divulging blockbuster information, if the information is actually true.
Montoya is gaining recognition for his drug testing and potential cover-up stories and was recently countered with a letter from Golden Boy law firm Lerman, Painter & Spitz LLP.
Jeffrey Spitz is none too pleased by Montoya’s work.
In a letter to Montoya dated May 23, 2012, Spitz wrote: “…(Montoya) asserted to the Nevada State Athletic Commission that (he has) received information that Golden Boy attempted to obtain an agreement from the Voluntary Anti-Doping Agency (VADA) not to disclose a potential B sample test until after the tested boxer had participated in the scheduled fight. (Montoya) further asserted that Golden Boy had entered into an agreement with the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) which contained such a provision. You have also claimed that Golden Boy entered into a contract with USADA for testing in connection with Floyd Mayweather fights which provided inadvertant use exemption that would permit a positive test to be excused if the result were inadvertant use. And that Mayweather had tested positive on three occasions which were excused under the inadvertant use provision.”
Spitz of course denies Montoya’s views, writing, “Each of these statements is false and defames and severely damages Golden Boy and others (most obviously Mr. Mayweather) and its and their reputations in the boxing and sports community.
If Montoya has a credible source, this development suggests someone, perhaps from the Nevada State Athletic Commision, might have shared crucial information to Montoya, who is a respected journalist and though I don’t know him, I highly doubt he would fabricate anything so potentially damaging.
Actually, if you remember, two years ago, in the midst of the Pacquiao-Mayweather first round of negotiations which were ultimately canceled by Mayweather, the award-winning boxing scribe Thomas Hauser, was pressuring Oscar De La Hoya in February 2010 to sign a waiver so that the Nevada State Athletic Commission could release records of drug tests conducted on De La Hoya when he was fighting. The implication was that De La Hoya might have tested positive for something during his career and perhaps because of similar contract provisions, to those mentioned above by Montoya, those De La Hoya test results were kept concealed from becoming public knowledge.
As far as I know, De La Hoya never did sign the waiver to release his performance-enhancing drug test results. And it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to conclude why.
Mayweather has famously been the leading accuser of PED use by other boxers in the sport. But as we all know, when you point a finger at someone, three of your fingers are pointing back at yourself. Could it be possible that Mayweather is a PED user for years and via Golden Boy contract provisions, has been protected from having his tests released to the public?
Is it possible that someone on the inside of the Nevada State Athletic Commission has grown weary of the hypocracy and subsequently has taken the courageous action to inform Montoya?
Yes, anything is possible at this point.
In the sport of tennis, a few years ago a South American outsider Marcelo Rios, who actually was ranked #1 in the world for six weeks in 1998, insinuated that the powers-that-be of tennis conspired to protect certain American stars from having their PED test results revealed to the public…
Rios stated that he suspected the ATP protects high-profile Americans of doping: “I know that if nandrolone were found on (Andre) Agassi, they would not disclose it. He is a very prominent, very popular player and if he were to fall, the world of tennis would fall with him. The ATP would not say it. They are such a large dependent organization that it would be a problem if Agassi or (Pete) Sampras tested positive. [We] the South Americans have discussed it repeatedly. It is a complicated subject. I do not have problem in saying it: we always said, (we asked ourselves) who publicly certifies the doping tests of Agassi or Sampras?”
“I would love to be able to see and certify Agassi’s doping tests because now I currently have no idea who is doing the test, and who decides who gets it and who doesn’t.”
“I know that if they were to find nandrolone on Agassi, they wouldn’t say it to anybody. It would taint his reputation and bring tennis down dramatically. ATP would not say it. It is such a large organization that it would be a problem if Agassi tested positive.”
Would Golden Boy conspire with the Nevada State Athletic Commission to protect the test results of the top American star Floyd Mayweather “three times” in order to preserve his star status and money-making abilities?
Some people apparently do know the truth. Let’s hope Gabriel Montoya stays on this story and he can discover and share the truth with the public, who eagerly and curiously await the results of his investigations.Posted April 3, 2014 11:43 pm
Pacquiao doesn’t take PEDs or want them. He’s a God fearing guy not a cheat.. He’s never failed a test and he’s willing to take any test Floyd wants.. He and Rios both used VADA but he wasn’t impressed with their professionalism—and neither was Rios, who said they didn’t even arrive with a proper testing kit to take his samples. Rios said he was definitely clean — and so did the Chinese testing agency that also took samples and tests athletes for international sports competitions.
I tend to believe Rios, and not VADA, who is mixed up with convicted PED pusher Victor Conte.Posted April 3, 2014 11:34 pm
Mayweather has already tested positive, the samples will be tested again eventually after he retires, they are in a lab somewhere, it has been hushed up, too much money to lose for everyone.Posted April 3, 2014 11:32 pm
If Pac is on PED so does Mayweather!Posted April 3, 2014 11:30 pm
No, the tests are the same and if you get caught they just let you off and just expect everyone else to forget about it, it’s only a bit of ped, these are the top boxers that we have been watching, Holyfield, Toney etc, etc, I can see that, who wants to think of them as using peds, but they did, it can’t be one rule for a certain type boxer and another rule for the others.Posted April 3, 2014 9:13 pm
We don’t know really how getting KTFO effected Manny. Marquez dropping him like that was big and Rios didn’t test him at all but Bradley will, Manny is the one with everything to win or loose and if his heart still in it or is he no longer on the juice all questions will be answered this year but all signs point to Manny is at the end he has no more dehydrated guys to beat…Posted April 3, 2014 9:03 pm
@T, silly boy, do you think that might mean there are stricter testing standards here, idiot?Posted April 3, 2014 8:58 pm
Smoking gun.Posted April 3, 2014 8:48 pm
USA top boxers who have tested positve for peds, you can just reel them off, try reeling them off for other top boxers around the world.Posted April 3, 2014 8:42 pm
American top boxers have tested 20-1 against other boxers in the world, that’s 2000% more, draw your own conclusions.Posted April 3, 2014 8:36 pm
Parkinson’s is a horrible disease.Posted April 3, 2014 8:00 pm
If Manny is back on steroids, he might win this thing.Posted April 3, 2014 8:00 pm
PUTANG INA MO PACQUIAO. PUTANG INA MO KANG WALA KANG GINAWA KUNDI
253-159, is about 59% more, not 159% more, maths, just correcting.Posted April 3, 2014 7:50 pm
T, Please try multiplying 159 by 159%. (159 X 1.59 = 252.81) This rounds up to 253. It works for the other numbers I provided as well. If you would multiply 159 X .59 you would get 93.81.Posted April 3, 2014 7:14 pm
Freddie Roach is a hall fame trainer.
He really knows boxing. He is really great for the sport.
But sometimes … Freddie Roach should just shut the f*ck up.
Pacquiao should do his talking in the ring.Posted April 3, 2014 7:09 pm
Manny Pacquiao has proven to be an honest, giving, humble, sympathetic gentlemen inside and outside the ring. All his opponents and boxing media try their best to get Manny to say something that will seem out of character for him. Manny is as smart, savvy and intelligent outside the ring as he is in it. He never bites. Radio Raheem tried his best to pull it out of Manny, but Manny just gave that million dollar smile and his eyes said it all. Manny Pacquiao is a ball of fire ready to wreak havoc on April 12. The southpaw legend is as prepared physically, mentally and spiritually for his fight against Timothy Bradley. Yesterday he was as cool as a cucumber rubbing shoulder with an ex President of the USA, Bill Clinton. I’m amazed at how Manny can turn on and turn off the ferocious fighting lion inside of him and then put on his pleasant, infectious, larger than life charismatic personality that people love. This is the same man that had the most impressive reign of terror on boxing as he soundly beat the best of his time in 8, yes 8 different weight divisions. Unbelievable! I’m ecstatic to know that I will be in attendance to witness boxing’s most historic fight in decades. The MGM Grand will have echos of “Manny, Manny” Manny” Manny” Manny” Manny” Manny” Manny” Manny” Many” Manny” Manny” Manny” all throughout the night. I’ will be the first to begin the chant, and trust me, I’ve been swimming and running and singing to prepare my lungs and voice for this special occasion. Day and night I’ve practiced non stop. I can’t wait gentlemen. The legend is back and will undoubtedly make this a night to remember. Manny Mania is alive and well. Manny is the best!Posted April 3, 2014 7:06 pm
Phonyao makes remember when u go to a flea market and u find some device that was useful sometime ago but now is wrecked and old fashioned, the guy who sells it (Roach)tells u wonders about the device and the people who dont know much about the matter can be impressed and buy it (casual fans and Pactards) but the people who knows about it will just laugh and ignore it (most of us), Roach and Top Crap Promotions knows that Phonyao´s stocks are in free fall and nobody can stop it…. their next move will be to say Mayweather´s name to keep relevant…. something they have been donig for the last 5 yearsPosted April 3, 2014 7:05 pm
Pacquioa will beat Bradley again who beat Marquez that will prove that it was a lucky punch after all.Posted April 3, 2014 7:01 pm
Tark, excellent points, and I agree with all of them. Those judges didn’t like Manny’s stance on those touchy issues. He spoke his mind, and they turned on him.Posted April 3, 2014 6:49 pm
hecdog won’t let up until jinkee surrenders her husband. you could be the cuckold hecdog???Posted April 3, 2014 6:34 pm
Duane Ford and C. J. Ross = instant karma for Pacquiao*. judge and ye shall be Judged.Posted April 3, 2014 5:44 pm
Pacquiao will cut off the ring.Posted April 3, 2014 5:34 pm
Pacquiao* is a low-rent and blasphemous holy-roller without any profound insight regarding virtue or righteous behavior beyond being the violating sinner. judgemental intolerance is just one of his cardinal sins. like any pious(?) catholic, Pacquiao’s* is simply hedging his bets and earning illusory brownie points as if salvation was a game or competition. he’ll find out differently soon enough.Posted April 3, 2014 5:32 pm
Roach is a boring, predictable, low-rent trash-talker who nobody takes seriously other than Pacquiao’s* boxing-ignorant fanbase. it’s white-noise. particularly considering how wrong Roach’s predictions have been over the past couple of years during which Pacquiao* has failed to deliver on any of Roach’s KO promises except as the KO victim.Posted April 3, 2014 5:24 pm
Tim by stoppage.Posted April 3, 2014 5:20 pm
Shortly before Pacquiaos fight with Bradley the President came out in favor of gay marriage.
Pacquiao said Obama was “offending God” and made various political pronouncements about gay marriage—and I agree with Pac BTW—but an active boxer should never make political statements either conservative or liberal — or even say if he’s a Democrat or Republican — simply because boxing judges might read that quote and harbor a subjective judgment.
Obviously Duane Ford and C. J. Ross caught wind of his opinions.Posted April 3, 2014 5:16 pm
Tark, you’re right, Freddie really needs to tone himself down, but he may also be trying to get Timothy to come out and fight. Timothy has a lot of pride, but sometimes, pride comes before the fall. Manny IMO is going to have his opportunity to stop Bradley, and I think he will. Boxing Manny will make for a boring fight, and he’s not going to out box Manny. Manny has too much speed and his agility and quick feet won’t allow Bradley to out box him. This isn’t Marquez, and the south paw style will limit what Bradley can do against Manny. Manny is going to stop him this time around unless, as I mentioned earlier, Bradley stays away, which isn’t going to happen. Bradley ahs to big and ego, and he has a strong will to fight. Unfortunately for him, that will be his down fall. I see this as a war from the start, and Manny’s fire power will be too much for Timothy to handle.Posted April 3, 2014 5:15 pm
SPosted April 3, 2014 5:11 pm
Take off 100 per cent, then it’s correct, Maths.Posted April 3, 2014 5:06 pm
“It’s either corruption or incompetence. There’ll be a rematch. It speaks to the corruption of the sport. The criminals will be rewarded” – ESPN’s Teddy Atlas
Percentages wrong there.Posted April 3, 2014 5:05 pm
Manny vs Tim: Manny landed 159% more punches than Tim (253 to 159).
Hecdog.., Roach isn’t being smart by saying they’re going to make Bradley quit… Tim is not a quitter… NEVER!!!
If you want to make Tim really mad, call him a quitter.
So Roach is just pissing Tim off—and making him more determined and prepared than he’s ever been in his life.
Bradley was going to be the most prepared in his life anyway… but Roach’s boasting just sends Tim’s desire and determination right through the stratosphere.Posted April 3, 2014 5:02 pm
The point is Mayweather should fight Pacquiao, Don’t have a go at Pacquiao because he lost a fight, he may lose another fight, he will be very dangerous against Mayweather and beat him.Posted April 3, 2014 5:01 pm
What should it tell you BTICH?Posted April 3, 2014 4:56 pm
He didn’t beat Bradley like a kid. He definitely beat Bradley but it was actually a close fight. Was no run over. What mistake did he make against Marquez? The jumping in and throwing punches? You do realize he does this in every fight. Just so happened Marquez has been timing him since the first fight and he finally got the KO punch in.Posted April 3, 2014 4:51 pm
Good Article.Posted April 3, 2014 4:40 pm
it sucks when they set topic about pac did not fight well his last two fight -
They’ll give Pacquiao this one and suck the rubber out of the fanboy Pactards.
Expect Pacquiao to be given a heavy-bag-with-legs in between that one.
Everyone knows that whole outfit stinks.Posted April 3, 2014 4:16 pm
Hecdog is Manny’s personal but nut scratcherPosted April 3, 2014 4:12 pm
Hecdog no disrespect but he looked the same way before their last fight though,and even more so in the marquez training session..quote that!Posted April 3, 2014 4:08 pm
Gentlemen, if you haven’t seen Manny Pacquiao sparring yet, you’re going to be in for a surprise. He’s looking as fast and powerful as he’s ever looked. Those feet are amazingly fast, and his angles are incredible. Freddie may be talking a bit too much, but he’s telling the truth. Manny is vicious right now, and he will stop Bradley. Fans from all over are going crazy over Manny, and the Filipino fans love him. Don’t try and diminish the adoration Filipino fans have for him. Trust me, everyone loves the man, A master in the ring, and a trustworthy politician that takes care of his people. Manny Pacquiao is the Peoples Champion all over the world. I live with every culture in the world, and they love him. Watch the celebrations in Las Vegas and around the world when Manny beats Bradley savagely. Get on the wagon gentlemen or you will be left to depression while me and others are celebrating. There’s no reason not to love Manny. This man is contagious. And just wait to you see him come out of the locker room. The place is going to erupt. Trust me, Manny is going to put on a show, and if you miss it, you’re going to regret it for life. Manny is the best!Posted April 3, 2014 4:01 pm
Where did this non-sense ‘Pacquiao throws punches from different angles’ come from?Posted April 3, 2014 3:55 pm
Where did this non-sense ‘Pacquiao throws punches from different angles’? Who coined that phrase, Kellerman? Lampley? Whever believed that asinine phrase must have plunked freshman high school geometry. Different angles, my eyes!Posted April 3, 2014 3:55 pm
Who is Bradley sparring in camp? Sounds like Pac has had some hard sparring against good talent.Posted April 3, 2014 3:49 pm
rich is right, Floyd* Duckweather ducked the Pacman. QUACK QUACK!Posted April 3, 2014 3:21 pm
Manny is going to give Tim Bradley the mother of all beatings on April 12.Posted April 3, 2014 3:19 pm
Welcome Back PutangInaMoPacquiao! you’re the only one who can balance out HecDog’s worshipping odes to Manny*. please continue to share the inside scoop of what people really feel toward Pacquiao* in the Phillipines.Posted April 3, 2014 3:12 pm
So don’t hate your fellow Filipino who served, pay taxes and gives glory to all the people in the Philippines. Include the poor and the neglected. Manny gives so much happiness and hope to the Philippines. So you as a Filipino stop being a hater,Posted April 3, 2014 2:59 pm
Birdhead: don’t you know that our Philippines is on the part of cleansing? All the curruption will soon be gone and Philippines will be one of the most prosperous country in Asia.Posted April 3, 2014 2:56 pm
Roach still talking….its unlike manny 2 talk it up aswell.Posted April 3, 2014 2:48 pm
I looked at Manny’s Pacquiao career stats to see his full record. Let’s see what he’s won, major titles and belts: WBC Flyweight Championship, IBF Super Bantamweight Championship, WBC Super Featherweight Championship, WBC Lightweight Championship, WBO Welterweight Championship and WBC Light Middleweight Championship. In addition, he also held Lineal World Championships at Flyweight and Light Welterweight and the RING belt at Featherweight, Super Featherweight and Light Welterweight. There are also WBC Emeritus, WBC Diamond and WBO Super belts in Manny’s collection. Pretty impressive…Posted April 3, 2014 2:44 pm
@Hecdog, i’m now not sure if your tongue is in your cheek with some of those comments, but yes, the corrupt Philippines is dumb enough to elect the illiterate Pacquiao as president.Posted April 3, 2014 2:41 pm
Manny went on a “streak” of steroid induced wins over previous Mayweather victims (Oscar, Hatton) dehydrated opponents, (Oscar de la Lingerie, Cotto) or walking statues (Margarito and Clottey)Posted April 3, 2014 2:40 pm
WTF? Until he “surrenders”? I knew Pac was gay!Posted April 3, 2014 2:36 pm
Rich that was my point. He is not an 8 division titlest. He is a 7 though. That is all I was saying. If you are going to praise Pac the way certain folks do then at least get the facts correctPosted April 3, 2014 2:34 pm
look of frustration? one to one? just wtf are u talking about? pacquiao won that first fight hands down mr. sorby…Posted April 3, 2014 2:28 pm
Manny Pacquiao made another historic appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel show along side former President, Bill Clinton. Wow! One former President with a future President. How does Manny Pacquiao do this? Everywhere he goes, the most important and influential people in the world follow him. I’m at a loss for words to describe the living legend Manny Pacquiao. We’re only 9 days away from what many are calling “The Fight of The Century.” Yes, the same name used to describe the fight between two unbeaten legends, Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier back in 1971. That one lived up to everyone’s expectations as this will also. The name Manny Pacquiao is well know throughout this world and universe. Nick names like Pac Man, The legend, The Great One, Mr Massacre, The Fighting Filipino Warrior, Mr. Excitement, Pound For Pound King of The Ring are accurate in describing Manny. Manny has more tools than any fighter in boxing today. Against Timothy Bradley he will have to apply pressure, use that right hook, and use those uppercuts. He must close the distance and throw that straight left down the pipe. Once again, I will tell you that Manny will stop him before the 4th or no later than the 9th unless Bradley runs for his life as he will be wearing two pairs of socks this time around. Bradley can’t win. Manny Pacquiao will put a stamp on his position as the P4P King of Boxing bar none. Bradley cannot fight going backwards and, trust me, he will going back all night until he lets his ego get in the way and decides to trade with Manny. And you don’t need a crystal ball to guess what happens next. Earlier today, I watched all my neighborhood put up their Manny Pacquiao flags with a picture of the Manny Pacquiao stamp. What a picture! I have been waiting for my car to come out of the paint shop with yes, a Manny Pacquiao fight pose on my hood. This is a good time in life, and three days out from the fight, we’re having a victory party for Manny’s win. Food and drinks for everyone. I wish I could have all the Manny Pacquiao fans here to help celebrate. Lots of good people. April 12 will be a day to celebrate all over the world. Manny Pacquiao makes is triumphant and historic return to the ring in stunning fashion. trust me on my prediction. Manny is the best.Posted April 3, 2014 2:18 pm
PEEJ, you probably know this already, but OPBF belts are regional titles, not world titles. Manny has plenty of the real thing.Posted April 3, 2014 2:17 pm
Paq loked good in sparring. Fast and strong !Posted April 3, 2014 2:13 pm
Sure, Roach, sure. If he can catch Bradley.Posted April 3, 2014 2:08 pm
What is funny is Arum is saying Pac won the first 6 rounds and then let off the gas and let Bradley back in it. So in Arums eyes it seems like it should of been a draw. I still had Pac winning clearly but it was still a close fight in rounds.Posted April 3, 2014 1:43 pm
I am not even saying that the title from Margacheato doesn’t count. But the titles he won at lower weight classes were not titles. The OPBF is not a legit title. Yeah he won it but that is like winning the interim titles or the titles that most of the up and coming fighters fight for. They really mean nothing.Posted April 3, 2014 1:41 pm
Fight just 9 day away next weekend woopie……… This is going to be fun…. Fair and squar guys, no excluse both ways……the better man win.Posted April 3, 2014 1:34 pm
Tark: yup, first fight was supposed to be in the bag for Pacman, no need to go all out, everybody see that Pacman is winning in the score card even the commentator to the anouncer to the ring side journalist and so on except for the 2 judges who scored it for Bradley. I think what really happen is that Pacman delay the fight for 50 minutes. In any other sports you can be disqualified or forfeit or whatever you call that thing. PAC lose already before he steps in the ring. So judges said only way you can beat Bradley is if you KO him out. They can’t say Pac is disqualified for not in time because if all the people who pay and watch a fight. You know what I’m saying. The actual fight really, Manny won by a blow out in the score cards. Hope manny won’t be late again and he don’t have to KO Bradley just do what he does best. Punches in bunches and if the KO comes then do it. Don’t be too nice.Posted April 3, 2014 1:12 pm
Floyd, stop your shameless ducking of Manny!Posted April 3, 2014 1:05 pm
If Pacquiao could KO Bradley he probably would have done it last time when Tim rolled both his ankles … So, unless he’s just talking to get Bradley back on his heels, which might actually be smart, it’s just dumb to insult Bradley by saying you’re going to knock him out or make him quit.
That kind of stuff just lights Tim’s fire. I seem to remember Roach promising a KO before Pacquiao’s 4th fight with Marquez. After throwing 36 rounds of punches at Marquez without getting him out, that’s going to be your new strategy???
Kobe Bryant had a saying for opposing coaches or players who insulted him before a playoff game, “Thank YOU.”Posted April 3, 2014 1:03 pm
Anyone who thinks the Pacquiao vs MargaCheato was an acceptable “title fight” at 154lbs isn’t a true boxing fan.
How does one (Pac) move up to a 152 lb catchweight to fight an UNRANKED 154lb cheat (MargaCheato) for a “title”??Posted April 3, 2014 12:58 pm
Okay Peej: let’s change the prediction this time…PAC is not gonna stop in beating up Bradley until Bradley give up or the judges get it right and can’t cheat Manny of the score card! Manny will make it clear for the judges to see who won the fight! Bring back that two blind judges! Manny vs. Bradley plus 2 blind judges. One against Three! Brung it on!Posted April 3, 2014 12:55 pm
Manny The Magnificent & rich – Y’all need to stop sharing the kool-aid that hecdog’s been handing out. Fa-real.Posted April 3, 2014 12:55 pm
Manny The Magnificent has the beat. The Pacman is Eight Weight World Champ with 10 different World Championships, several Lineal Championships, FIGHTER OF THE DECADE and the guy who frightened Floyd* Mayweather into ducking him to this very day.Posted April 3, 2014 12:44 pm
Even that watered down accolade sounds pretty impressive Peej. Titles spanning ten weight divisions !Posted April 3, 2014 12:38 pm
Not an 8 division champ or titlest. He is 7 division titlest and I think 4 division champ.Posted April 3, 2014 12:34 pm
Manny The Magnificent
My people, and fellow fight fans, Manny ‘the Pacman’ Pacquiao, THE FIGHTER OF THE DECADE AND AN UNPARALLELED 8 WEIGHT CHAMPION OF THE WORLD, is going to put on a MASTERCLASS on April 12. He will once again Shine Bright Like A Diamond in RECLAIMING his WBO WORLD WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP which was Shamefully taken from him unjustly in 2012. MANNY is Already AN ALL TIME GREAT OF THE SPORT and is, of course, STILL A GLOBAL, UNIVERSALLY RECOGNIZED and ADMIRED SUPERSTAR who, on April 12 in Las Vegas, will once again be a Dancing Destructive Destroyer and a Sublime Scintillating Specimen of The Sweet Science as he dissects and dominates Tim Bradley EN ROUTE to a CLEAR and COMPREHENSIVE VICTORY. Manny is back. He never even went away, to astute watchers of the game. How quickly SOME fickle people forgot the GREATNESS of Manny Pacquiao. Such is life, but Manny will once again be the Peerless Punishing Precise Pugilistic Puncher and the Fearless Ferocious Fighting Filipino Phenomenon of old as he RETURNS to dazzle the Watching World yet again. Manny is TRULY A FIGHTER FOR THE AGES, A UNDISPUTED LEGENDARY BOXING ICON, A MIGHTY ATOM OF THE RING and a Shoo-In for THE INTERNATIONAL BOXING HALL OF FAME. Manny is a FIGHTER WITHOUT COMPARE and A BOXER WITHOUT EQUAL, because, my friends, Manny Pacquiao is simply THE BEST.Posted April 3, 2014 12:31 pm
Basically the same prediction every time Pac fights.Posted April 3, 2014 12:13 pm
I’m tired of Freddie’s “predictions”, he hasn’t been right in about 4 years.Posted April 3, 2014 12:05 pm
Manny “Fighter of Floyd’s prime decade” Pacquiao
Now this is becoming interesting Pac is going to try to break an unbreakable man. This is gonna be good.Posted April 3, 2014 11:56 am
I sure hope Freddie is right; it ought to make for a fantastic fight.Posted April 3, 2014 11:56 am