You move on, you dumb Floydiot. The world wants the Mayweather-Pacquiao Fight.Posted April 13, 2014 6:44 pm
its to late move on.Posted April 13, 2014 7:29 am
Tark, you and me both. I just see this fight slipping away slowly because of the promoters. I do think Floyd does sense that Manny will give him some problems. Just too bad this fight didn’t happen 6 or 7 years ago.Posted April 13, 2014 2:49 am
Hecdog.., I just hope this leads to a Floyd fight for Pac… But I know it won’t.
I have no doubt that Bradley would get the Floyd fight if he won. He can’t hit.Posted April 13, 2014 2:15 am
Manny Pacquiao once again puts on one of the most brilliant boxing displays in the history of boxing. No he didn’t get the stoppage as I thought he would, but it was incredible to see him live. The MGM Grand was the most exciting venue I have ever seen. Cheers of “Manny “Manny” “Manny” was electrifying. I am nearly deaf due to the volume of fans cheering, yelling and screaming at every single punch Manny Pacquiao landed. This was a tough fight that had its ebbs and flows, and Bradley started off well, but Manny as great fighters do began to change things up and masterfully pick Bradley apart. Manny Pacquiao seemed to me a little over trained and his timing was off a bit, but he fought a great fight as usual and took back the the welterweight title and the P4P Boxing King title tonight. He will be even better in his next fight. I attended an after party for an hour and had to go get some sleep due to the high emotions, excitement and the joy of seeing the living legend display his boxing skills that will never come this way again once he’s gone. The speed, movement, fighting heart, mastery of the ring had me and the entire MGM crowd in awe. A fighter shouldn’t be able to do the things Manny Pacquiao does inside a ring. He’s a chess master, a Gretzky, a Willie Mays. Manny Pacquiao solidified himself as the greatest fighter of all time and the greatest athlete of all time. I wanted to chisel out a piece of the MGM Grand to commemorate this artist. I ran into Roy Jones Jr, Terrence Crawford, Chavez and many more athletes like Charles Barkley. Manny Pacquiao brought home the title and gave everyone in the world a reason to smile and celebrate. What a victory, what a victory, what a victory. Manny Pacquiao gave me a Birthday present that I will never forget. I was in the presence of greatness. You will never see another 8 division boxing champion again. Manny’s mother was a blessing to see. She loves her son to no ends and watched and prayed for her loving son. This brought tears to my eyes. And then to see her hug Timothy Bradley like she did is as touching as you will ever see. Jinkee must be smiling with true joy to to her wonderful husband win back and bring home to his wife, family and his people another championship. Boxing is Manny Pacquiao. The world will never be the same once the PEOPLE’S Champion leaves this wonderful sport. This is the sport that the poor can relate to the best. Struggles, mental toughness, hope for the future, survival, instinct, going another step when you don’t think you can, fighting until the end. This is boxing, and that’s why so many people love Manny Pacquiao. What we witnessed today is the most loved, treasured and admired athlete of all times come back after all the tough times he’s endured in the last few years. He could have retired for good, but he didn’t. He could have lost faith, but he didn’t. He could have blamed everyone for his tough times, but he didn’t. What he did was trust God and not let go of his faith. The road tonight was not an easy one to take. There was pain, uncertainty and some rough goings, but Manny kept his faith and fought his way to a victory for those people that need it most in life. Manny carried all of us on his shoulders tonight, and he did not let us down. People, it’s time you give Manny Pacquiao his credit even if you don’t like him. He’s a wonderful person, true champion and a man that loves God. Trust me on this. Manny is the best!Posted April 13, 2014 2:10 am
Bradley has a bad habbit of throwing punches with his chin straight up In the air behind his punches.
Another sad day for Pactards
Amor.. That Marqez fighter that blasted Pactranny out.. Come up from lightweight.. That’s called cherry picking.Posted April 12, 2014 10:42 pm
Another sad day for Pactards
Wait so your saying pacroid doesn’t cherry pick?????? Yet he fought three fighters coming off a loss to FloydPosted April 12, 2014 10:40 pm
The 147 pound division would take a lot of cleaning out.. Porter… Thurman… Pacquiao… Bradley… Mayweather.
None of those have met any of the others except for Manny and Tim.Posted April 12, 2014 9:34 pm
Happyboy: you’re right! Manny got KO good by a fighter he beat twice! That’s nothing new! Manny fights fighters he already beat! Floyd loves to cherry pick and school them ALL to a non action no excitement boxing clinic,no rematches! It’s fine you love Floyd and hate Pac. I like them both. What I hate is two best can’t make it happen for the fans. They both just clean and rule the 147lbs division.Posted April 12, 2014 8:56 pm
This article would have been better left unwritten.Posted April 12, 2014 8:02 pm
Happyboy, the jmm that floyd blasted came up from 135#! May I remind you as well that floyd went overweight! That’s was very brave! No wonder everyone calls him chicken! Right!? LMFAO!Posted April 12, 2014 7:58 pm
fraud may is the king of the circus act. dude has not faced pac or bradley. King of what? guerrero, ortiz, and maidana? lol okPosted April 12, 2014 7:36 pm
Havoc – Pac got KTFO he can’t be King, May is still the King don’t get it twisted and associate Floyd with a guy who blasted by a JMM who Floyd schooled 12 – 0 after a 2yr lay off with no warm up fight.Posted April 12, 2014 7:13 pm
A lot of Mexicans have made a lot of money fighting Pacquiao.. Over 100 million.. So they probably don’t think he’s a blight on their favorite sport. Marquez’s career wouldn’t have been as great if it weren’t for Pacquiao.
JMM had an unforgettable moment… And he can thank Pacquiao.Posted April 12, 2014 7:02 pm
my sports are boxing and football. not ice skating. sometimes i watch mma or i watch the chicago whitesox play baseballPosted April 12, 2014 6:48 pm
This pundidt says.., “Bradley and his trainer Joel Diaz sincerely believe the deck is stacked against them because of the controversial win in the first fight, As a result, they feel they might have to risk everything and go for a knockout.” … WTF???
That’s the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard. A guy who doesn’t score KOs over top fighters, planning to KO a guy who’s been stopped once in the last 14 years. Throwing hard and hoping for a KO is not a winning strategy … for a guy who’s not a puncher.
Bradley will play the odds. The best play for Tim is to outfox and outbox Pacman. Use size, strength, speed, skill, smarts, and intense concentration to outpoint Manny again. It’s not a matter of what happened in the previous fight… If Tim lands, say 18 punches to Pac’s say 12 punches in a given round, most judges will give him that round. They’re not going to think, “I’m going to give that round to Pacquiao to make up for their last fight,” that’s ridiculously stupid.
As for Pacquiao??? It doesn’t matter if he punches harder than Bradley. He never came close to stopping Bradley last time. This time he knows it’s a distance fight, almost certainly — and that he better throw and land more punches than last time…and get hit less… Those are the only things he’s thinking about if he’s smart.Posted April 12, 2014 6:36 pm
cottos shiny bald head
Wow Manny filled out in his previous fights, but I don’t see the muscle fibers like in past fights.
no what im saying te tumbo*?Posted April 12, 2014 6:20 pm
COACH DITKA (BEARS)
well i hope you can get back to me on that te tumbo*.
are you gonna be watching the fight tonight? what are you picking bradley? do you have a forecast since your more enlightened than even a paid boxing analyst there te tumbo? :twisted:Posted April 12, 2014 6:09 pm
“I wish te tumbo would expound on his hatred for pac. The roots of the hate. The crux of the matter that is” (lol . . . est chavalillo?!) even i’m tired of “expounding” on the Pacquiao* issue. catch me on another day and you’ll get an screenful. Btw, i don’t “hate” the vato at all. i simply consider him and his team a blight on my favorite sport. how would you feel if he suddenly took up ice-skating? doesn’t feel too good, does it?Posted April 12, 2014 5:56 pm
Whenever I scroll past a long ass post I already know its hecdog sucking pacquaios balls.Posted April 12, 2014 5:49 pm
Manny to win…Posted April 12, 2014 5:35 pm
Phonyao will be exposed tonight againPosted April 12, 2014 5:24 pm
COACH DITKA (BEARS)
de dumbo (no asterisk)- I was just thinking the same thing to explain te tumbo’s* hatred for pac. I wish te tumbo would expound on his hatred for pac. The roots of the hate. The crux of the matter that is.
I think te tumbo is a weird mexican who has fight parties for fruad mayweatherPosted April 12, 2014 4:59 pm
COACH DITKA (BEARS)
te tumbo* hates on pac probably because pac during his career has seemed to specialize in smoking mexicans in the ring. So maybe te tumbo* is bitter about it. can’t understand it. Because te tumbo’s an aztec indian. which is cool i love mexicans and mexican culture but no need to be bitter way (dude)
Que pasa way!
Mi nombre BEARS sonPosted April 12, 2014 4:57 pm
Amor- Marquez got lucky? What a pathetic way to try and discredit Marquez’s victory. Was a perfectly timed counter punch from one of the greatest (if not the greatest) counter punches of all time. Just watch the slow motion reply. He perfectly timed him. Not only did he train specifically to land that exact punch, He landed it I’m the previous fights. It’s an objective fact that only hardcore Pac fans will buy into your premise.Posted April 12, 2014 4:57 pm
I’m a bit concerned with the way Pac. looked at the weighin, more like a normal well conditioned athlete not the specimen he’s been in the past. However, I will be rooting for and choose Pac to win impressively tonight.Posted April 12, 2014 4:56 pm
im totally obsessed with my hatred for pac and roach because they beat all my wetty brethren including my dream boyfriend juanita marpeds 3 different timesPosted April 12, 2014 4:54 pm
Hecdog, I am glad you are in tact with your Pac gear. Have fun!Posted April 12, 2014 4:54 pm
COACH DITKA (BEARS)
I can’t wait for this fight tonight!! I think pac is gonna win either clearly and deservedly or get the nod like bradley did last time though not deserving it this time. If i was gonna bet i would bet on pac by win or stoppage. Really good fight here, not like the traveling in circus, eh hmmmm, i mean fraud mayweather ppv’s. fruad vs maidana (lol what a joke like ortiz and guerrero)Posted April 12, 2014 4:51 pm
Havoc, maybe if we stop paying to watch them fight other boxer except against each other they’ll realize that they really have to fight. Easier said than done for fight fans like us!Posted April 12, 2014 4:46 pm
Havoc, how I wish floyd & pac would learn to appreciate the paying public that made them rich!Posted April 12, 2014 4:41 pm
KC: yup, everybody loose it sometimes and Floyd already pay his dues in jail.Posted April 12, 2014 4:25 pm
Fraud hits women…Posted April 12, 2014 4:23 pm
Floyd and Manny are the Kings of 147lbs.Posted April 12, 2014 4:18 pm
Te tumbo: Marquez is a cry baby! Sure He KO Manny while he is getting beat up pretty good. Marquez want a 5th fight? I doubt it. Manny don’t heave to chase Marquez to get one. manny don’t need one. 2-1-1 against Marquez. What I’d like to see is Pacman vs. Mayweather. They are the best in this era and until these both two are fighting they are the Top Dogs. Not Marquez, not Bradley, not Canelo not anybody who dare to fight them in thier division!Posted April 12, 2014 4:15 pm
Te-turdo, why you worried about Jinkee? At least he has someone unlike you and your lonely keyboardPosted April 12, 2014 4:08 pm
Te tumbo, I don’t think so! If you know your modern boxing history, hearns/duran will go down in history as the #1 ko. Jmm/pac 4 will go down as a classic example of “don’t get careless” kind of thing!Posted April 12, 2014 3:55 pm
Te tumbo, pac got ko’d! No excuses there. Pac got careless! Jmm was in dire straits prior to thst perfect counter. It’s just that if there is a 5th fight, do you think jmm can win?Posted April 12, 2014 3:51 pm
“jmm hit the canvas each of their 4 fights” and got up each and every time. those are called “flash-KDs”. what Marquez accomplished in IV was the #1 KO in Boxing history that Pacquiao* never got up from with his own power.Posted April 12, 2014 3:49 pm
“Something that jmm can never duplicate if ever”. you may be right. Marquez is now in his 40s and beyond his prime. IMO, he could’ve and would’ve scored the KO in their red-hot and eagerly-anticipated rematch if Pacquiao* hadn’t purposely priced himself out that bout to target and lose v. Morales instead.Posted April 12, 2014 3:47 pm
Te tumbo, last time I checked, jmm hit the canvas each of their 4 fights. Not that kind of fluke. Lol! Objectively, everybody knows jmm got lucky and pac careless. Bigtime!Posted April 12, 2014 3:47 pm
AMOR, over the course of eight years, Marquez consistently narrowed the gap v. Pacquiao* culminating in the #1 KO in Boxing history. that is the actual trajectory of their rivalry, which Marquez ended with a guaranteed KO win. not “luck”. not a “fluke”. simply a perfectly-executed fight-plan and KO by a master boxer-puncher.Posted April 12, 2014 3:45 pm
Something that jmm can never duplicate if ever.Posted April 12, 2014 3:40 pm
“I’m saying that it’s an incident that is not going to happen again” you mean like Pacquiao’s* three-KD headstart v. Marquez? that was a fluke that never happened again even after four additional bouts.Posted April 12, 2014 3:40 pm
take that back. i just noticed the “I” designations, which may be even worse than what i originally thought you were stating. AMOR, are you insinuating that Marquez was never in Pacquiao’s* league? even though Pacquiao* was never able to KO or TKO Marquez after four tries? including a 3-KD headstart?!?Posted April 12, 2014 3:38 pm
Te tumbo, I’m saying that it’s an incident that is not going to happen again if ever they fight again. It’s a fluke.Posted April 12, 2014 3:38 pm
Gentlemen. we are hours away from witnessing in our lifetime the greatest fighter in the history of the sport. What an incredible feeling to be here in Las Vegas to see Manny Pacquiao bring home the victory and the title. The weigh-in was a memorable won for the history books. “Manny” “Manny” “Manny” “Manny” “Manny” Manny” and i led the cheers. I made hundreds of friends. Unfortunately, a few jealous pigs tried to rob me and take my Manny Pacquiao jacket, shoes, hat and watch, but luckily, I have been watching Manny for years and used some of his moves to evade the criminals. And I know it was planned, but Manny’s graceful quick feet got me out of trouble. Manny Pacquiao fans, warning! be careful of people around here. Okay, that incident is history, and I’m well for those of you that had interest. Now back to this historic event. The stars are out all over the place. Everyone wants a piece of Manny Pacquiao. He looks in great shape as does Timothy Bradley. What is most impressive is that Manny has always had the physical body frame of a 130 pounder, yet he still destroys the bigger foes with his speed, power, agility, smarts, defense and unbelievable knowledge of the sport. Bradley is a bit too over confident and has been trying to get into Manny’s head, but he failed. Watch this fight very closely in the very first round because Bradley is going to be hit. As I’ve said, manny wins this fight before round 4 or no later than round 9. I watched Manny shadow box for a minute. IMPRESSIVE! I tell all of you. this man is like a race horse chewing at the bit ready to go. I had fans all on the right beat as we chanted loudly “Manny” “Manny” :Manny” “Manny” “Manny” “Manny” Manny” over and over again. I handed one of Manny’s handlers a t-shirt to sign, but I’m still waiting to get it back. Hope he didn’t take it for himself. Oh well, I’m here for Manny anyway. Get ready people, there is no other legend that enters the boxing ring like Manny Pacquiao. Manny is on an emotional high that will bring out the best in him. A bunch of Manny Pacquiao fans found out it was mu birthday at one of the restaurants in the casino, and they all bought me my dinner and drinks and gave me some Manny memorabilia. Incredible to see how humble, loving, caring and giving Manny Pacquiao fans are. They resemble the legend themselves. If you’re not here at the fight, purchase the PPV event or catch it at a friends house or sports bar because you will regret it for life if you miss this Manny Pacquiao event. Sin City has now become a cleansed city of angels because of Manny. I even forgive those criminals that tried to jump me. All is forgiven, but I’m not walking alone ever again. Time for my new Manny Pacquiao attire to cloth me. Manny Pacquiao is going to light up the world tonight, Trust me on this. Manny is the best!Posted April 12, 2014 3:37 pm
are you claiming that Johanson was actually better than Patterson(?) and that Rahman was actually better than Lewis(?) resulting in a fluke that neither Patterson or Lewis could ever replicate v. their respective opponents? please clarify?Posted April 12, 2014 3:36 pm
Te tumbo, it’s called “law of averages”. You’ve been a boxing fan for a long time. I’m sure you know what happened on pac v jmm 4 was a fluke! Patterson v johansson 1 & lewis v rahman 1 kind of event.Posted April 12, 2014 3:28 pm
“It’s painful to watch Pacman fight a boxer who he already beat”? now you know how Marquez felt. Three Consecutive Times over Eight (8) F’n Years. he had to practically kill Manny* to finally walk away with the “W”.Posted April 12, 2014 3:21 pm
I have grown to think Bradley is delusional.Posted April 12, 2014 3:20 pm
Havoc, do you think floyd will agree to fight pac? I favor floyd if ever, eventhough I’m a big pac fan. Floyd has a long history of avoiding top notch competition. Tzyu, prime mosley, supposedly dangerous margo, unexposed cotto…Posted April 12, 2014 3:15 pm
It’s painful to watch Pacman fight a boxer who he already beat. I feel sorry for him for not standing up on his own decision. Giving Marquez a 4th fight and now rematch with somebody he clearly beat the first time. Now I’m beginning to believe that Bob Arum is really keeping Pacman all for him self. Bob Arum! If Pacman beats Bradley please do as a favor and make the Mayweather fight even if it means you get out of the picture!Posted April 12, 2014 3:03 pm
Manny “Fighter of Floyd’s prime decade” Pacquiao
The only time Pac should throw combos is behind counters. When Pac stalks looking to throw combos Bradley will circle and Pac will either fly by him punching air or be left in a position to be countered. When Pac is stalking I hope he only throws 1 or 2 punches after pawing with the jab. I honestly haven’t liked the talk of Pac throwing alot of punches that will play into Bradley’s hands. I hope that was a decoy. Pac should just do what he did last time he looked great in dominating Bradley that formula worked. Id like to see Pac use his fancy footwork more than last time though he fought flat footed.Posted April 12, 2014 2:35 pm
This is such an important fight for both guys. This could turn into a fight of the year candidate. Neither guy is gonna allow the fight to slip out of their hands.Posted April 12, 2014 2:27 pm
Manny should not forget to attack Bradley’s body. Bradley can move his head all he wants, but his body will still be an excellent target for Manny to attack. And once again: no, I am not posting too fast.Posted April 12, 2014 2:22 pm