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Hidalg0

“Look at the picture of Paulie. He looks like a F*G.”

In what way?

Posted April 8, 2014 1:41 am 


moonshineman

Look at the picture of Paulie. He looks like a F*G.

Posted April 7, 2014 4:44 pm 


Hidalg0

Anonymous, then there’s the knuckle ball.

Posted April 6, 2014 7:23 pm 


Anonymous

Hidalg0

“Personally, I think he is smart but he isn’t brilliant inside the ring.”

I agree with you, Anonymous. Of course we both know that once a fighter is inside the ring facing an opponent, the perspective becomes quite subjective and things don’t appear the same as from an objective spectator point of view.
Posted April 6, 2014 12:22 pm

Well everything matters which is why I say he is smart but not brilliant in the ring. That is, during a fight under the lights at least. He is a World Class fighter, there is no question about that. But he isn’t Tunney, Pep, Whitaker, Mayweather smart during a fight which is when it counts. If he has their brilliance even outside of a fight like watching and breaking down a fight in person or on tape compared to those fighters, I don’t know. He is certainly above the other analysts and most fighters in general.

According to Fighters and Trainers or any athlete and coach, athletes can be great in practice during simulation games, like boxers in sparring, but on the PRO level, no matter how brilliant they really may be, that brilliance may be held back because of other mental obstacles that you must overcome in order to let out that brilliance.

OUTSIDE VS INSIDE certainly is different. I compare it to baseball in a way: When a pitcher is throwing a fastball, curve-ball, etc. on TV it seems reltively hittable. A further look with a replay of say a curve-ball, gives you a bigger respect of how hard it can be. NOW, in Person, WOW, Holy Sh*# is it hard to hit a 90+ MPH fastball let alone try to adjust to a 75+ MPH Curve-ball and so on since speed can range and targets can be adjusted. Up close in person it is a whole different Perspective.

So in boxing, where TV may not pick up those subtle movements like quick feints, subtle movements, etc. that can throw a fighter off…as well as the in person speed and agility factor…and taking into account everything else like strength and power….Its a different World from a Fighter’s stand-point compared to a fans. Which is why I discount Writers and other Analysts opinions unless they are PRO FIGHTERS.

Posted April 6, 2014 5:08 pm 


Hidalg0

“Personally, I think he is smart but he isn’t brilliant inside the ring.”

I agree with you, Anonymous. Of course we both know that once a fighter is inside the ring facing an opponent, the perspective becomes quite subjective and things don’t appear the same as from an objective spectator point of view.

Posted April 6, 2014 12:22 pm 


Anonymous

another joke card.

Posted April 5, 2014 4:39 pm 


Pride

Pauline is a smarter boxer when he’s a commentator. In the ring he’s a jersey shore bitty

Posted April 5, 2014 4:25 pm 


Anonymous

I don’t think Pac is brilliant either but he does make up for it with his other attributes. I also don’t think Roach is brilliant. Far from it. He relies on his fighters to be in great condition and use “more is better” motto. More stamina, more punches, more, more more more to compensate for defense and overall boxing I.Q.

He wouldn’t have been able to train a Prime Tyson the way Tyson was trained in Castskill. To advanced for Roach.

Roach has done quite well for himself nonetheless.

Posted April 5, 2014 3:12 pm 


Anonymous

Hidalg0

“By the way, is Paulie an Intelligent fighter? if so, how come he has loses against fighters Pac blew away?”

I didn’t insinuate or say Pac was a stupid fighter. Neither did Paulie. He’s just not an intelligent fighter. What Pac does possess is many years and rounds of experience, great athleticism, speed, toughness, power, and an awkward fighting style. He also has a lot of heart and courage.

Paulie, on the other hand, could be a boxing genius, but without power to stop his opponents, he doesn’t have a weapon to make many of his opponents respect him like they should. Take Broner for instance, he basically walked right through Paulie’s punches because he knew Paulie couldn’t hurt him.

Pac is a helluva fighter. He’s just not the most intelligent. He got knocked out cold in his last fight with Marquez. That happened in part due to Manny’s carelessness. Not an intelligent move.
Posted April 5, 2014 12:44 pm

Pep and whitaker didn’t have much power yet they are “Brilliant Boxers” because they found a way when they should have been outmatched. Paulie comes up short against lesser opponents for his suppoed I.Q. bravado.

Personally, I think he is smart but he isn’t brilliant inside the ring.

Posted April 5, 2014 3:10 pm 


Hidalg0

“By the way, is Paulie an Intelligent fighter? if so, how come he has loses against fighters Pac blew away?”

I didn’t insinuate or say Pac was a stupid fighter. Neither did Paulie. He’s just not an intelligent fighter. What Pac does possess is many years and rounds of experience, great athleticism, speed, toughness, power, and an awkward fighting style. He also has a lot of heart and courage.

Paulie, on the other hand, could be a boxing genius, but without power to stop his opponents, he doesn’t have a weapon to make many of his opponents respect him like they should. Take Broner for instance, he basically walked right through Paulie’s punches because he knew Paulie couldn’t hurt him.

Pac is a helluva fighter. He’s just not the most intelligent. He got knocked out cold in his last fight with Marquez. That happened in part due to Manny’s carelessness. Not an intelligent move.

Posted April 5, 2014 12:44 pm 


Denise Alvarez

I like Paulie, he has guts! Too bad he doesn’t pack a powerful punch. When he fought Broner, l thought for sure he would be dropped! I think he’s gonna go the whole 12 rounds and get roughed up by Porter.l will be glad when he retires and become a commentator.He is a good boxing analysist. Paulie has true heart, he will try in this next fight.

Posted April 5, 2014 12:43 pm 


Denise Alvarez

I like Paulie, he has guts! Too bad he doesn’t pack a powerful punch. When he fought Broner, l thought for sure he would be dropped! I think he’s gonna go the whole 12 rounds and get roughed up by Porter.l will be glad when he retires and become a commentator.He is a good boxing analysist. Paulie has true heart, he will try in this next fight.
be dropped

Posted April 5, 2014 12:41 pm 


Anonymous

Hidalg0

“I don’t rate him as a very intelligent fighter, actually.”

I agree with Paulie.
Posted April 4, 2014 9:31 pm

All the time he’s boxing, he’s thinking. All the time he was thinking, I was hitting him.
Jack Dempsey

By the way, is Paulie an Intelligent fighter? if so, how come he has loses against fighters Pac blew away?

Posted April 5, 2014 10:59 am 


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Posted April 5, 2014 3:35 am 


Cheese Cake In New York

hecdog chicago guy esbs two most annoying posters . Thay make boxtra seem like a decent person .

Posted April 5, 2014 3:35 am 


George

G..A..Y pic of Malignagegi, who is a closet metrosexual.

Posted April 5, 2014 12:32 am 


truth

Pac man is the biggest cheater in boxing history LOL. People are so dumb. Why is their no drug test for this fight from VADA? Pac man will only fight bums like rios with real drug testing then sub sequentially look terrible not even being able to hurt RIOS when he isn’t sauced. The he wants to fight a 40 year old Marquez with drug testing. Of course a 40 year old needs the juice more then him. Whats funny is how you people don’t get it! Props to Paulie for speaking his mind! Paulie for president!

Posted April 4, 2014 11:10 pm 


Hidalg0

“Paulie said something like Pac isn’t a great fighter.”

Well, did you read the article or not, Anonymous? Paulie said Manny wasn’t a very intelligent fighter. That’s hardly the same as saying Pacquiao isn’t a great fighter.

Posted April 4, 2014 9:33 pm 


Hidalg0

“I don’t rate him as a very intelligent fighter, actually.”

I agree with Paulie.

Posted April 4, 2014 9:31 pm 


The Pinoy Pikey

Paulie, don’t worry about it. It isn’t going to happen: no hall of fame kid!

Posted April 4, 2014 8:30 pm 


Boxtradamus

Porter WINS by KO and KID Chocolate WINS by decision. I am the GREATEST fight Prophet EVER born!!!

Posted April 4, 2014 7:40 pm 


moonshineman

Power VCT™

Emmanuel isn’t a great fighter and how many great fighters have been knocked the phmuck out on live International TV and still come back great?

Answer: ZERO.
Posted April 4, 2014 3:36 pm

That’s all you got. Pacquiao,Pacquiao,Pacquiao.

Posted April 4, 2014 6:12 pm 


Hecdog

Malignaggi is the the biggest joke in boxing ever. He has never beaten any good or top fighter ever. He needs to stop running his worthless mouth and should be arrested for even mentioning the name Manny Pacquiao. He has continually said negative things about Manny without any cause or justification. The brain damage is obvious after taking a beating from everyone. This sorry, fairy looking excuse for a fighter should take his worthless boxing career and go away for good. A celebration will take place once Shawn Porter beats him up as usual and hopefully send his make up wearing fraud into permanent retirement for good. Malignaggi should try fighting Manny once, unfortunately, he can’t beat anyone to deserve a shot a the legend, so that will never happen. Someone needs to slap Malignaggi for a week straight.

Posted April 4, 2014 5:50 pm 


Hummm

not one comment about how stupid paulie’s face looks in that pic. he looks like a crazed serial killer.

Posted April 4, 2014 5:48 pm 


DW23232325

PORTER WINS, KID CHOCOLATE WINS, HOPKINS LOSES.

Posted April 4, 2014 5:01 pm 


Mike Tyson

Man that a long interview, but very good . I like paulie but I taught paulie had grown up from yars ago hating PAC. I wounder why? But you can see he change into another person at the mentions of porters paring with PAC swearing htwick he don’t give a %#%^ wounder what that all about?

Porter too much he out box paulie and out slug paulie, end of the line paulie. Here is where it get more tough.

Posted April 4, 2014 4:48 pm 


Anonymous

I’m Paulie M, Manny is not a great fighter and yet I am the person that got schooled by Hatton, Cotto, Khan, lost a close one to Broner, etc. etc. etc.

Did he lost to Juan Diaz as well???

Posted April 4, 2014 4:47 pm 


Anonymous

Let’s see Floyd’s resume:

Corrales, OK, might be his best win to date. I guess like beating Foreman who wasn’t a skilled boxer but was a great “fighter.”

Castillo, eh, Good fighter but not ATG. And it was a tough two fights.

Hatton, by his own admission, nothing more than a B fighter. After all, manny knocked him the F out quickly.

Past Prime Mosley and Oscar, both of whom would have given Floyd hell if they both were in their primes which they were at one time while fight each other.

Canelo, eh, decent win but hasn’t proved to be “special” yet. Especially that stamina issue.

Anybody else?

Ah, JMM, YES, very good win I guess. After all, at 147, he did knock out Manny.

So, JMM and Corrales would be his best two wins? One, Corrales at his best weight and prime, and two, JMM above his prime weight but in a weight class he knocked out Pac.

Forgot, his best win was dodging a fight with a Prime Paul Williams who continually called out Floyd but Floyd went fishing. I remember Emmanuel Steward ripping on Floyd’s inactivity and constant retirements during one of Pac’s fights.

Ah, Man, I really like Floyd, loved him as Pretty Boy Floyd, but he didn’t live up to expectations.

Posted April 4, 2014 4:44 pm 


Anonymous

I’m trying to look at all the Great fighters Paulie beat. EH, ZERO.

Even Floyd’s resume lacks. SRR, SRL, Ali, WOW, he should keep their names out of his mouth because their resumes are used for eye-sight tests while Floyd’s, whipping one’s ass.

Posted April 4, 2014 4:39 pm 


Anonymous

Ezzard Charles, one of the best LH of all time, was brutally KO’d by Jersey Joe Walcott. Joe Louis was beat down by Schmeling. Ali was almost KTFO by Cooper. Foreman was knocked out by a way faded Ali. Mike Tyson was schooled and knocked out by Buster douglas. Holyfield was knocked out by BOWE. Lewis was KTFO twice, one by McCall and the other Rahman. Duran was KTFO by Hearns. Man, there are so many.

Posted April 4, 2014 4:37 pm 


Anonymous

Power VCT™

Emmanuel isn’t a great fighter and how many great fighters have been knocked the phmuck out on live International TV and still come back great?

Answer: ZERO.
Posted April 4, 2014 3:36 pm

If Manny isn’t a great fighter how come he beat down MAB, Morales in fights II and III (although Yes, weight may have played an issue for Morales), tough battles with a Prime JMM at his best weights, KTFO Hatton, beat down Cotto who Yes, was beaten down prior by Margarito, however, Pac did way better than Floyd did who fought Cotto after Margarito and Pac himself and so on.

Manny is a great fighter, if he wasn’t, Floyd wouldn’t have been freaked out by Pac’s beat-downs he was giving out. I like Floyd, but he was freaked out. If he wasn’t, he would have fought Pac without even bringing up the drug test issue.

If Manny isn’t a great fighter, what does that make Paulie?

Posted April 4, 2014 4:34 pm 


Power VCT™

Emmanuel isn’t a great fighter and how many great fighters have been knocked the phmuck out on live International TV and still come back great?

Answer: ZERO.

Posted April 4, 2014 3:36 pm 


Anonymous

Paulie said something like Pac isn’t a great fighter. HAHAHA, I like Paulie but he loses big fights so to call Manny not a great fighter is laughable.

I’m tired of these “boxers” only thinking other pure “boxers” are the best and that a boxer/puncher/brawler/attacker can’t beat these pure boxers. Paulie should know better, after all, he lost to Hatton and Cotto beat that ass.

Castillo also beat Floyd in the first fight although I do think Floyd was hurt going into the fight and the second fight proved that he was the better fighter. That said, if Floyd had faced a prime Duran, he would have to go through hell to beat him.

Posted April 4, 2014 3:22 pm 



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