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Old 11-19-2012, 03:33 PM   #379
tliang1000
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Default Re: Floyd or Duran - Most skilled?

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Originally Posted by duranimal View Post
FYI you know **** ALL

FYI you muppet SRL has always fought that way & why should'nt he, BIGGER/STRONGER/FASTER/YOUNGER & he still got outboxed + don't you think that someone with the ring IQ of Leonard would'nt have a plan B, Out of his own mouth came the words "I tried everything" But Duran was always one step ahead of me

You say Floyd has fought more big names when was the last time that cunt fought a live opponant who was'nt on the downside or from lower weights or just plain brain damaged like Ortiz Squeaks past an old man in DLH then legs it! Fights WBU-B level Hatton, drags counterpuncher Marquez up from Lightweight, Baldimir who could'nt outsprint a bag of cement! Gatti!! Washed up punchbag pug! Cotto! Never the same fighter after those 2 hammerings at the hands of Margo & Pacman. WOW what a resume.

You ever heard of Marvin Hagler you mug! Wilfred Benitez! Carlos Palomino! this is just 3 he took on 2 & 4 weights above his natural weight & pushing 30 & 33 years of age, he took on the monster Hagler at 32 who SRL & Hearns wanted no part of for obvious health reasons. Duran DUCKED NO ONE & FOUGHT EVERYONE put in front of him regardless of the handicap of age & weight, whilst your girl Floyd has created a whole new lexicon to get out of any possible danger, stating Vacation! Health! No Interest! Tests! Give me ALL the MONEY! Now **** off back to the MMA forum.
Floyd fights guys on the downside? Is ok to dislike the guy but no need to make lies. Floyd has been fighting guys coming off sensational wins. So you should do some research before u post.

Again. Duran losing late in his career is his problem. Duran losing to bigger guys is also his problem. Duran losing to b level fighters is still his problem. When Floyd start doing the same thing it will be his problem.
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