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Old 10-30-2012, 06:10 PM   #42826
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I should just stay in the lounge. Too many re****s in the general
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:10 PM   #42827
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Floyd is a paper champ, he wins his best fights on paper against fighters he doesn't face in the ring, with his fanboys crowning him the winner, without any punches being thrown.

If Floyd can do all these things, then do them and not just have daddy and his fanboys talk about them and crown him the winner.

Real fights happen in the ring, not on paper.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:12 PM   #42828
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so floyds body generates an income of 10-30 million per fight and hes going to let his body go to ****? you dont think that in jail(not prison)he did not receive protein bars(for you guys that dont know anything about fitness whey protein bars can provide all the protein your body needs to maintain or grow muscle; 1 gram per pound is used for bodybuilding and a protein bar normally provides 25 grams). these protein bars are probably availbale in the jail commisary for sale. in fact, most normal foods are available for sale similar to your local 7-11.

about 15 years ago i had a sl500 and i took great care and babied the **** out of that car.

you dont think floyd takes great care and babies the **** out of his body?

i can tell some of you guys have never worked out before or remotely resemble an athlete simply by some of your absurd statements.

the chances or floyd not maintaining his weight, health and vasculinity in the 60 days he was incarcerated is about zero.

some of you guys are absolutely clueless about life.
I actually work out dude. I love the fact that you didn't even attempt to answer my questions by the way. You just proceeded to throw out some more **** that had nothing to do with my point in an attempt to deflect from your weak argument. You're all over the place.

I proved your original point wrong about not being able to lose the weight that fast, and then you tried to backtrack and agree with me. You then foolishly tried to compare Tyson and Mayweather, but when I poked holes in that argument, you tried to change the question around to what Floyd was doing while he was locked up.

If Floyd did eat protein bars in prison, that doesn't mean that he couldn't lose the weight that fast. You would know that if you knew how weight loss worked. You just said that Mayweather was eating those bars in prison, but according you, you don't even know if they're available in prison. Just like you, I don't know what Floyd was doing in prison. He said that he was eating less and doing nothing but push ups and pull ups. If that's the case, then he could lose that 15 pounds fairly easily.
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he isn't the mood to fight and has enough money. He thought b4 going into jail that he'd be able to fight in December, but once he got out, he felt differently (which you'd know if you read it).

You can probably expect to hear form Floyd in December anyways when Pac, Cotto/Trout, Berto/Guerrero, Canelo and Sergio are available




Yes, difficult to get into fighting mood when you are scared.

Floyd sounds like a frigid girl, always making excuses


Not in the mood
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:15 PM   #42830
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I actually work out dude. I love the fact that you didn't even attempt to answer my questions. You just proceeded to throw out some more **** about cars and protein bars that had nothing to do with my point in an attempt to deflect from your weak argument.

I proved your original point wrong about not being able to lose the weight that fast, and then you tried to backtrack and agree with me. You then foolishly tried to compare Tyson and Mayweather, but when I poked holes in that argument, you tried to change the question around to what Floyd was doing while he was locked up.

If Floyd did eat protein bars in prison, that doesn't mean that he couldn't lose the weight that fast. You would know that if you knew how weight loss worked. You just said that Mayweather was eating those bars in prison, but according you, you don't even know if they're available in prison. Just like you, I don't know what Floyd was doing in prison. He said that he was eating less and doing nothing but push ups and pull ups. If that's the case, then he could lose that 15 pounds fairly easily.
plus it wouldn't matter how much protein you'd get if you aren't getting enough calories overall.

And I doubt he was eating protein bars in there anyways

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Yes, difficult to get into fighting mood when you are scared.

Floyd sounds like a frigid girl, always making excuses


Not in the mood
it's like I'm arguing with a little kid
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:17 PM   #42831
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:20 PM   #42832
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So he is better at 147lbs but the opposition is tougher.

Thanks, most of us know this.

No....again you aren't understanding. There is absolutely nothing old Floyd does better than young Floyd....and is still much smaller than Hatton.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:21 PM   #42833
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plus it wouldn't matter how much protein you'd get if you aren't getting enough calories overall.

And I doubt he was eating protein bars in there anyways


it's like I'm arguing with a little kid
You do realise Protein is calories?

Not arguing, just saying I like real fights that will happen, not pretend ones which won't happen.

Floyd won't fight at 140lbs, and thats a guarantee from me. If there is a fighter at 140lbs or at 135lbs he wants to fight he will drag them up to 147 or 154lbs where he has the bigger advantage.

Floyd always stacks the deck and always take the minimum risk.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:22 PM   #42834
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plus it wouldn't matter how much protein you'd get if you aren't getting enough calories overall.

And I doubt he was eating protein bars in there anyways
Good point about the calories. I actually wrote something like that, but deleted it. He also fails to understand that working out while getting less calories would make it even easier for someone to drop the 15 pounds that Floyd said he lost, because muscle mass actually increases your metabolism. The higher your metabolism, the easier it is to lose weight and vice versa.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:23 PM   #42835
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No....again you aren't understanding. There is absolutely nothing old Floyd does better than young Floyd....and is still much smaller than Hatton.
So a Castillo that is 147lbs comfortably beats Floyd at 147lbs, because he is worst than a 130lbs Floyd?
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:25 PM   #42836
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So a Castillo that is 147lbs comfortably beats Floyd at 147lbs, because he is worst than a 130lbs Floyd?
Castillo never beat Mayweather. Your ****ogy doesn't make sense.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:27 PM   #42837
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Good point about the calories. I actually wrote something like that, but deleted it. He also fails to understand that working out while getting less calories would make it even easier for someone to drop the 15 pounds that Floyd said he lost, because muscle mass actually increases your metabolism. The higher your metabolism, the easier it is to lose weight and vice versa.
No, it is not a good point, a gram of protein is 4 calores. Those bars are packing around 30 grams a bar, plus carbs, you are looking at 150-200 cals a bar.

And Floyd ate food in prison, dude just loves telling stories.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:29 PM   #42838
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Castillo never beat Mayweather. Your ****ogy doesn't make sense.
Do you agree, that the first fight was close at least?

You are saying that was a better version of Floyd back then.

So a fighter just like Castilo but bigger at 147lbs, would beat Floyd, because, the 147lbs is not as good and does nothing better?
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the thing is Floyd didn't really eat much in jail. The doctor who came in to visit him estimated that he was getting less than 800 calories a day

Muscle deteriorates if not exercised or used, trust me this can easily happen, completely feasible, ask any strength and cond. coach..

Whether or not this is actually the case is another story, i honestly don't know if floyd wants it anymore
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:33 PM   #42840
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No, it is not a good point, a gram of protein is 4 calores. Those bars are packing around 30 grams a bar, plus carbs, you are looking at 150-200 cals a bar.

And Floyd ate food in prison, dude just loves telling stories.
How many bars would he have to eat to get the proper amount of daily calories? 30 grams of protein would only be worth 120 calories. The human body needs more calories than that to sustain its weight. It would be even more difficult for him to maintain his weight if he wasn't eating much.
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