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Old 01-21-2013, 01:58 PM   #16
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well its kinda easy to look like you have ATG talent when your fighting C and B level fighters all the time

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Old 01-21-2013, 02:04 PM   #17
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ive always thought this. i always figured that those who knew better were just letting the flomos bullshit each other because its just not worth it to constantly correct the retard.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:04 PM   #18
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Diego was visibly drained in that fight, the whole story leading up to that fight was if Diego was going to make weight.
Are you seriously trying to rewrite history??? How can Chico be weight drained when he's fought at that very same weight division for several years later afterwards??? You're not making any sense with this post.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:06 PM   #19
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floyd was a beast at 130. there is no denying this
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:07 PM   #20
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Everyone knows that his resume is less than the ATG he(and his fanboys)claims to be. Fanboys keep arguing that FMJ is the greatest at 130 cause we know his resume beyond that is average...


130: Chavez - good win

130: Corrales - good win

135: Augustus - eh

130: Juuko - eh

130: Vargas - who?

130: Manfredy - decent win

130: Chicanito - RIP - It was Chicanito's last fight

This is the resume that makes him 130 ATG? F'n Flomos
List the fighters and rate the wins of fighters with a better resume at 130 then.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:08 PM   #21
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Meh, Genaro Hernandez is so underrated if you ask me. But you cannot say this was a prime Genaro. If you are, then Danny Garcia's win over EM is a worthy one. To add to that, ODLH fought a much fresher Genaro but gets less credit than that. Arguably, Genaro is Mayweather's greatest W on his resume is Chicanito.

Diego Corrales was a very good opponent. Diego Corrales win was good i will not argue that

In terms of his ability at 130, of course Mayweather is the greatest. Don't know wtf you mean by this mickey mouse sht.

Even in terms of resume, I have Mayweather's SFW above JLC's. Just your opinion.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:10 PM   #22
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Are you seriously trying to rewrite history??? How can Chico be weight drained when he's fought at that very same weight division for several years later afterwards??? You're not making any sense with this post.
I vaguely recall something surrounding Diego and problems with weight. In addition, Corrales had been in jail for domestic violence (beating his wife) and FMJ said that he was going to punish Diego for all the battered women out there. He gets arrested around the same time frame for the same(its irrelevant but just pointing out i remember details about fights).
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:12 PM   #23
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No one said he had an ATG resume at 130. The argument is that he had ATG talent. Is this even debatable?
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well its kinda easy to look like you have ATG talent when your fighting C and B level fighters all the time
Dominating undefeated Diego Corrales is considered C or B level stuff? Your bias against Floyd is showing

And Floyd's 43-0. He's never had a close fight except for Castillo1. There's a handful of fighters he *could've* fought which never happened, but he's dominated just about every fight, and he looked especially potent at 130-135. It is for those reasons he's considered an ATG at those weight classes.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:13 PM   #24
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I vaguely recall something surrounding Diego and problems with weight. In addition, Corrales had been in jail for domestic violence (beating his wife) and FMJ said that he was going to punish Diego for all the battered women out there. He gets arrested around the same time frame for the same(its irrelevant but just pointing out i remember details about fights).
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Are you seriously trying to rewrite history??? How can Chico be weight drained when he's fought at that very same weight division for several years later afterwards??? You're not making any sense with this post.
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Hernandez and Corrales are both great wins, particularly considering the manner of victory and extent to which they were dominated.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:15 PM   #27
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Diego was visibly drained in that fight, the whole story leading up to that fight was if Diego was going to make weight.
That is the truth, during the pre fight build up, they were talking about what they needed to do in order to make the weight, even after Diego got out of Jail he mentioned he ate like a half Peanut butter sandwich a day and a plum or some shit like that also stated if he fought Floyd again he would make sure he was healthy with his weight, it was on a FNF broadcast years back.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:19 PM   #28
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Again, this proves what?? How can a man, thats drained, fight at the very same weight class for several more years??? Thats nothing more than a cop-out excuse...If he was drained as you guys try to imply, he would have very well moved up instantly instead of fighting drained at the weight class. PERIOD.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:22 PM   #29
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Arguello could be argued against him. He has a better resume but didnt achieve as much.

Nelson, Chavez maybe at a push.

I go for Floyd though.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:23 PM   #30
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That is the truth, during the pre fight build up, they were talking about what they needed to do in order to make the weight, even after Diego got out of Jail he mentioned he ate like a half Peanut butter sandwich a day and a plum or some shit like that also stated if he fought Floyd again he would make sure he was healthy with his weight, it was on a FNF broadcast years back.
You two are bigger FLOMOS than anyone else on this site. The lengths and wild stories the two of you come up with to degrade Floyd/his accomplishments is concerning.

Corrales was a professional boxer with an excellent S&C coach - yours truly: Alex Ariza. If a fighter has a problem making weight then they shouldn't agree to a fight in that weight class. Part of training camp is taking responsibility for making weight. Or, if need be, coming in 1-2 pounds over. It's not the end of the world.

Not to mention the fact that Corrales continued to fight at that weight class for... THREE MORE YEARS including SIX FIGHTS. If he has so much trouble making weight then why'd he remain at 130 for three years and six fights?

Do either of you even think about what you write before you write it?

Floyd flat-out dominated Corrales. Simply too fast, too slick, too smart. Hate on, jackasses.

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