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Old 01-16-2013, 03:21 PM   #46
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Default Re: If JMM is such a "Warrior", why hasn't he called out Mayweather for a rematch?

I'll tell you this Juan moved up from lightweight and fought both Manny and Floyd without bitching and making it hard..yet these 2 couldnt fight each other while both were in the same damn division.....so yea he is a damn warrior
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:35 PM   #47
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Would you want to fight a guy who just wants to fight on the defensive? JMM can be in more exciting fights than against Mayweather.
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:38 PM   #48
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Would you want to fight a guy who just wants to fight on the defensive? JMM can be in more exciting fights than against Mayweather.
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:38 PM   #49
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Would you want to fight a guy who just wants to fight on the defensive? JMM can be in more exciting fights than against Mayweather.
Good point, plus Juan wouldnt get shit for a purse against Floyd there isnt any point in the rematch, he would get low balled, Floyd would agree to a catch weight then fail to honor that its just a huge mess all over again.

Funny how they said the 3 pounds wouldnt have made a difference for his fight with JMM yet the 2 pounds Cotto had to slide down for Pac killed him
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Old 01-16-2013, 03:53 PM   #50
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Good point, plus Juan wouldnt get shit for a purse against Floyd there isnt any point in the rematch, he would get low balled, Floyd would agree to a catch weight then fail to honor that its just a huge mess all over again.

Funny how they said the 3 pounds wouldnt have made a difference for his fight with JMM yet the 2 pounds Cotto had to slide down for Pac killed him
Ha Pactard maybe Floyd should let Marquez punch him in the face like Pacquiao, if it didn't make a difference why did Cotto turn down 8 million for a 2nd fight based just on weight.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:13 PM   #51
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Worth remembering that JMM has never fought a genuine top light welter(i.e someone who never started in the lower weights),far less someone like Floyd,who could probably make 154 without training.
JMM is my favourite active fighter but he was put on this earth to make Fillipino nightmares,and it doesn't take a single thing away from his fabulous legacy that he doesn't go back in with Floyd.
The fact that he is Manny's living hell should not necessarily mean that he will be comfortable fighting every guy that can come in at upwards of 160 on the night.
No one wants to see Froch fight Ward again,yet Froch's popularity is at an all time high.The exact same applies to Juan.
Juan was comprehensively beaten by the #1 fighter on the planet,and the fact that his conditioning was all wrong doesn't take away from the notion that it was a fight that means nothing to either guy's legacy for differing reasons.
It was put to bed on the night,and a rematch is a ridiculous notion.JMM has earned the right to pick his fights very carefully at this advanced stage in his career.
And it would do Floyd no good either.Guererro has shown he can perform at 147 against a genuine welter,which is the fundamental difference between this and the original fight with JMM.
And I'm almost as much a fan of Floyd but I would feel disgusted if a rematch between them ever happened.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:14 PM   #52
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Floyd Mayweather beat JMM by 13 points in a 12 round fight.

Pointless/end thread.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:15 PM   #53
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Would you want to fight a guy who just wants to fight on the defensive? JMM can be in more exciting fights than against Mayweather.
Oh yeah, all Marquez fights is to be in wars, take damage, and please the fans.

That's why he picked all action warrior Sergey Fedchenko to fight last year. And he fought him in such a thrilling and exciting manner.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:16 PM   #54
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Fight Bradley.....Holy Ghost.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:21 PM   #55
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Ha Pactard maybe Floyd should let Marquez punch him in the face like Pacquiao, if it didn't make a difference why did Cotto turn down 8 million for a 2nd fight based just on weight.
it didnt make a difference Cotto thought Trout was the easier fight I bet today he wishes he took the pac rematch, but lets be real if the weight was really an issue for the Pac rematch why did cotto have a catchweight for the Margarito fight?
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:29 PM   #56
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Would you want to fight a guy who just wants to fight on the defensive? JMM can be in more exciting fights than against Mayweather.
He outlanded jmm by 221 punches and only threw 90 less punches then Jmm in their fight..thats called boxing
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:34 PM   #57
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it didnt make a difference Cotto thought Trout was the easier fight I bet today he wishes he took the pac rematch, but lets be real if the weight was really an issue for the Pac rematch why did cotto have a catchweight for the Margarito fight?
if it wasnt an issue why does manny refuse to fight him without 1?
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:43 PM   #58
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Jmm wasn't supposed to fight Floyd in the first place. It's not like Floyd dehydrated to 144 like he said he would while Jmm looked flabby and gained weight. Maravilla even offered to fight Floyd dehydrated and take 20% while Floyd took 80%. Floyd was the p4p cherrypicker before Pacman came along. Hell, at least he had the balls to face Jmm again. Floyd should be calling out Canelo and Maravilla. Floyd isn't exactly calling out Marquez either. This is 2013 not 2009. Floyd knows Marquez can hit at 147 now. Probably even harder than him now. Floyds a ***** for never taking on Pacman. Even his father and bff have been embarrassed by how much of a ***** he really is. Marquez fought him 4 times Floyd can't even fight him once. Yea, what a great gansta bitch warrior he turned out to be.
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Old 01-16-2013, 05:44 PM   #59
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JMM got humiliated by Mayweather in 2009, he said he wasnt adjusted to the weight (after the fight of course), before the fight him & Nacho were saying they would knock out Floyd and that they felt strong. If Marquez is the true warrior and competitor that he is then why hasn't he been vocal about another Mayweather fight? If Nacho is this great trainer then why is he unable to give the intelligent JMM a game plan that could work vs Mayweather? It seems to me that JMM is getting a pass for not challenging Mayweather. Prior to the 4th JMM-PAC fight, JMM has went on record repeatedly and said he felt like he won the first 3 fights, then he fights him for a 4th time and he knocks him out cold. In JMM's mind, he has already beat Pac 4 times so why are people co-signing his efforts to fight a guy that he feels he already defeated 4 times? Shouldnt he be trying to get revenge against Floyd?

It appears that even the GREAT JMM & GREAT Nacho have conceded that no matter the weight, no matter the amount of power and not even the most well thought out game plan from the 2 of them will ever allow them to defeat or even do better against Mayweather a 2nd time........warrior?

Also a fight vs Mayweather would be JMM's biggest Payday ever, especially coming off the Pac KO.
bet floyd would love that. another fight against a little guy who is 40 years old
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He outlanded jmm by 221 punches and only threw 90 less punches then Jmm in their fight..thats called boxing
That's called a complete ****ing ass whooping.

13 points.

12 round fight.

Re-match?????
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