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Old 09-18-2011, 06:55 AM   #46
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floyd mayweather doesnt owe any of you people anything, hes the best fighter on the planet at 42-0 is a multi multi millionaire and can do whatever the hell he wants and fight whoever the hell he wants. hes beaten the best there is to offer and people continually come up with rubbish excuses playing down his wins.he did ortiz a favor putting him on his ass in the 4th cause if the fight went on it woulda turned brutal.haha so many ****ing losers out there get a life
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:09 AM   #47
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Floyd and Ortiz rematch? **** off. Unless its on WCB and NOT PPV. And NOT before Pac-Floyd
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:16 AM   #48
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Screw you Ortiz. you ain't got nothing to deserve another million $ payday.
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:29 AM   #49
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Why didnt Floid protect himself when Silversurfer headbutted him?
He looked away from Ortiz and summoned Cortez.
Victor could have cracked him right there.
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:50 AM   #50
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Basically what he's saying is..."I want to make another cool 2.5 million dollars."

Good on him if Floyd grants him a rematch. But what exactly did Vic do to convince us he would be more competitive in a rematch??? He sure as hell wasn't doing anything to stop getting tagged by the right hand. If Floyd hadn't stopped him in the 4th, same outcome would materialize somewhere late.

Ortiz-Berto 2 sounds way more interesting because of their styles and skill level.
That would be a great undercard bout for a Floyd-Pac fight.
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:57 AM   #51
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Yeah, Mayweather needs to rematch a guy with no title, who headbutted him blatantly and whom he legally just knocked out. Why wouldn't he fight a guy with nothing to offer who is dirty and he just beat? It wouldn't make sense not to rematch him.
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Old 09-18-2011, 08:03 AM   #52
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floyd mayweather doesnt owe any of you people anything, hes the best fighter on the planet at 42-0 is a multi multi millionaire and can do whatever the hell he wants and fight whoever the hell he wants. hes beaten the best there is to offer and people continually come up with rubbish excuses playing down his wins.he did ortiz a favor putting him on his ass in the 4th cause if the fight went on it woulda turned brutal.haha so many ****ing losers out there get a life
It's not about what Mayweather owes anyone, it's about whether or not he is apparently going to go back on what he has said:

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ďIf he feels like it was a fluke or it didnít get done right, then Iíll do it again,Ē Mayweather said.
Now, Mayweather came out in the last week or so and clarified that when he said recently that Pacquiao was next, he didn't really mean it (I think that's what he said, or something similar).

So, he may have to do something like that again if he does not rematch Ortiz, who asked for a rematch already.

Would the rematch turn out any differently? Who knows. Pacquiao seems to think Ortiz would have gotten Mayweather into trouble in the later rounds.

Guess we'll find out how this all plays out soon.
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Old 09-18-2011, 08:05 AM   #53
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Actually I saw this fight amongst Ortiz fans in Ventura at the theater on Elba st (for those that know the area) and everyone accept pbf fans and 99.9% of sport's journalists thought it was a cheap shot.

It was cheap but it was technically legal. Ortiz can only blame himself.
fixed that a little
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Old 09-18-2011, 08:07 AM   #54
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It's not about what Mayweather owes anyone, it's about whether or not he is apparently going to go back on what he has said:



Now, Mayweather came out in the last week or so and clarified that when he said recently that Pacquiao was next, he didn't really mean it (I think that's what he said, or something similar).

So, he may have to do something like that again if he does not rematch Ortiz, who asked for a rematch already.

Would the rematch turn out any differently? Who knows. Pacquiao seems to think Ortiz would have gotten Mayweather into trouble in the later rounds.

Guess we'll find out how this all plays out soon.
obviously the math would have to work out...if HBO doesn't want to pay for it, it wouldn't happen

if the everyone and their mother cries foul and the $ is there, it may happen...i honestly don't think it will...and i really don't want to see it, as i think it would be a total waste
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Ortiz said he still doesn't believe that Floyd is THAT good. He said that he didn't feel Floyd's punches. He also said that he was letting Floyd hit him with right hands. Also something about after the 4th round their gameplan would come into fruition.
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:42 AM   #56
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obviously the math would have to work out...if HBO doesn't want to pay for it, it wouldn't happen
I'll be interested to hear what the HBO crew says when the fight is replayed. Want to see their take on a possible rematch.
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:43 AM   #57
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I'll be interested to hear what the HBO crew says when the fight is replayed. Want to see their take on a possible rematch.
me too....i think they will steer ortiz toward a berto rematch...but who knows...
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:44 AM   #58
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me too....i think they will steer ortiz toward a berto rematch...but who knows...
You know Larry is going to try to get some getback. LOL
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You know Larry is going to try to get some getback. LOL
larry may be on thin ice, imo
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Old 09-18-2011, 09:46 AM   #60
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I see his point but he is the one who kept his hands down. He only has himself to blame for it. He only had to touch gloves one time for Floyd to know he was sorry and then resume fighting with his hands held up.
Yea Floyd had nothing to do with pretending to hug him and then sucker punch him.
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