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Old 11-01-2012, 02:11 PM   #6091
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Manny's 8 division Jump is by far his most impressive feat in his career. His resume is stack to the neck of faded big names. Had he beaten them when they are relevant i would gladly say he tops Mayweather but he didn't. Fighting for one of the biggest promoter who own a lot of the top faded and he feeds them to pac throughout his career is not as impressive as fighting prime champions in my eyes.
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Old 11-01-2012, 02:40 PM   #6092
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Mayweather intentionally engineered a pseudo-retirement to avoid the best fighters in his weight class when they were at their best...then came out of fake retirement and challenged a couple of those guys after they had been in numerous wars while he was in his fake retirement. For that reason alone, Pacquiao has the better resume. Seriously, what kind of man pulls that type of maneuver? It's almost as pathetic as his sycophantic fanbase who ignore it entirely.
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Old 11-01-2012, 02:52 PM   #6093
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Mayweather intentionally engineered a pseudo-retirement to avoid the best fighters in his weight class when they were at their best...then came out of fake retirement and challenged a couple of those guys after they had been in numerous wars while he was in his fake retirement.... It's almost as pathetic as his sycophantic fanbase who ignore it entirely.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:28 PM   #6094
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He looked like shit against Clottey, Mosley, JMM and Bradley. Margarito fight was entertaining but he got over 200 power punches landed on him. His 8 weight divisions are a joke as well. He's not fighting champs or top guys in the division so lets all just calm down on this hypejob.
Pac shut out Clottey and Mosley (and dropped him, something neither Canelo nor Floyd did; didn't get rocked either unlike FMJ), and beat Bradley wide according to an overwhelming majority. So he didn't entertain, when Floyd does this it's called a masterclass.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:39 PM   #6095
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Mayweather intentionally engineered a pseudo-retirement to avoid the best fighters in his weight class when they were at their best...then came out of fake retirement and challenged a couple of those guys after they had been in numerous wars while he was in his fake retirement. For that reason alone, Pacquiao has the better resume. Seriously, what kind of man pulls that type of maneuver? It's almost as pathetic as his sycophantic fanbase who ignore it entirely.
Yeah lets ignore everything that pac has obviously done. From his promoter to his trainer.

The suspicous activities of possible doping.
The Fix fight
The cherrypicks from his bosses stable

His fans are dumb as hell. Blind love.

Pac didn't even outsold Floyd and he have the nerve to come out to the public asking for even more money than Floyd has offered.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:41 PM   #6096
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Yeah lets ignore everything that pac has obviously done. From his promoter to his trainer.

The suspicous activities of possible doping.
The Fix fight
The cherrypicks from his bosses stable

His fans are dumb as hell. Blind love.

Pac didn't even outsold Floyd and he have the nerve to come out to the public asking for even more money than Floyd has offered.
Fixed fights? Sounds credible
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:44 PM   #6097
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Pac shut out Clottey and Mosley (and dropped him, something neither Canelo nor Floyd did; didn't get rocked either unlike FMJ), and beat Bradley wide according to an overwhelming majority. So he didn't entertain, when Floyd does this it's called a masterclass.
I wasn't aware that Clottey was a world beater and shutting out a human punching bag that was expected was an outstanding performance. So outstanding that it bored me to surf the web while watching it and i had money on it to go 12 rounds.

And yeah he kd Shane wasn't that the hard punching Pac's style? I guess i should give a to Floyd for boxing at a high skill level too right? 1-1 of course not! why give Floyd any credit EVER?!
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:46 PM   #6098
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This should be obvious. Just look at the threads years back, no one thought Pac would go up to WW and dominate.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:46 PM   #6099
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Fixed fights? Sounds credible
Hmmm... lets see.

Pac's contract almost up and Bob just bought tim bradley who happens to be undefeated. Bradley loss clearly and awarded the victory. HMMM. Arum comes hugging on Tim Bradley despite a highly bogus decision and Pac is completely ok with it?

When Pac lost to Morales, he was crying for a week.
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I wasn't aware that Clottey was a world beater and shutting out a human punching bag that was expected was an outstanding performance. So outstanding that it bored me to surf the web while watching it and i had money on it to go 12 rounds.

And yeah he kd Shane wasn't hard punching Pac's style? I guess i should give a to Floyd for boxing at a high skill level too right?
Sounds like no disagreement, Pac dominated these 3. FMJ himself had Cotto losing to that punching bag, btw
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:50 PM   #6101
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Hmmm... lets see.

Pac's contract almost up and Bob just bought tim bradley who happens to be undefeated. Bradley loss clearly and awarded the victory. HMMM. Arum comes hugging on Tim Bradley despite a highly bogus decision and Pac is completely ok with it?

When Pac lost to Morales, he was crying for a week.
Ah I see, you think Pac was in on the Bradley robbery? What was in it for him? I mean, usually you don't count it against the victim...
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:51 PM   #6102
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Sounds like no disagreement, Pac dominated these 3. FMJ himself had Cotto losing to that punching bag, btw

Cotto drop Clottey with a jab and Pac didn't so what? Cotto had a gash over his eye didn't made the fight closer either. Face it, Clottey was a never was and never will.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:52 PM   #6103
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Ah I see, you think Pac was in on the Bradley robbery? What was in it for him? I mean, usually you don't count it against the victim...

Of course he is in it. You saw the unsurprise look on his face. And the guilty demaneanor of his boss. Whats in it for him is that he is flat broke so he obeyed the hand that fed him.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:56 PM   #6104
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Cotto drop Clottey with a jab and Pac didn't so what? Cotto had a gash over his eye didn't made the fight closer either. Face it, Clottey was a never was and never will.
And despite the KD, barely got by him. According to Floyd himself, needed a hometown decision. According to Atlas, the punching bag had Cotto ready for the taking
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:57 PM   #6105
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Hey Pactards celebrated when he came out for a public interview about how he is willing to fight for 55-45. AFTER HE LOST TO BRADLEY, AFTER FLOYD OUTSOLD HIM AGAIN. And the finger pointing is on Floyd. If anything FLoyd should ask for 65-35 with that Top Rank NON-SENSE.

But wait when Floyd ask for Blood test and Pac says no. Pactards still celebrate. I really like how they can turn everything in favor of Pac. Avoiding drug test is also Floyd's fault.
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