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View Poll Results: Which one do you prefer to watch?
Cotto v.s. Pac II 9 45.00%
Bradley v.s. Pac II 11 55.00%
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Old 11-30-2012, 08:44 PM   #1
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If you have to select one of both fights so which one do you prefer to watch? and why?
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neither.
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neither.
So you prefer to watch MMA, don't you?
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i would prefer pac-rios. both were clear wins for pac and i would rather see rios or even garcia.
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If you have to select one of both fights so which one do you prefer to watch? and why?
Cotto rematch.....even though it was one sided Cotto actually came to fight and had some success.

Tim on the other hand came to survive and had no success at all aside from going the distance. It wasn't a fun or competitive fight as PAC completely dominated a fleeing Tim Bradley who was doing his best to keep away from Manny for 36 minutes.

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Cotto vs Pac 154

Followed by Bradley.

then Rios not far behind.
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Cotto rematch.....even though it was one sided Cotto actually came to fight and had some success.

Tim on the other hand came to survive and had no success at all aside from going the distance. It wasn't a fun or competitive fight as PAC completely dominated a fleeing Tim Bradley who was do his best to keep away from Manny for 36 minutes.
Well! Bradley didn't run away for 36 minutes in his fight against Pac. He came to fight but it was his style of fighting.
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Well! Bradley didn't run away for 36 minutes in his fight against Pac. He came to fight but it was his style of fighting.
It's a style he used for Manny and none of his other opponents. Tim is usually an aggressive fighter who doesn't typically back up......That's all he was doing against PAC. Shane did the same thing......using an altered style that most were not use to seeing from him...a more defensive and cautious style that produced some pretty boring fights. I wouldn't want to see a rematch with Shane...so there's no chance in me wanting to see a rematch between PAC and Tim.
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Ooh....OK. If you saw it that way. For me, Pac v.s. Bradley wasn't a boring fight at all.

BTW, Shane injured one of his legs and that was why he fought Pac that way.
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Ooh....OK. If you saw it that way. For me, Pac v.s. Bradley wasn't a boring fight at all.

BTW, Shane injured one of his legs and that was why he fought Pac that way.
Both Shane and TIM ended up with some kind of injury that the accredited to their dismal performances. The Tim vs Pac fight wasn't as boring as watching paint dry....but compared to most Pac fights that was boring.
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Bradley Vs. Pac II...
Cotto already was already handled rather easily by Pac's style.
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So you prefer to watch MMA, don't you?
MMA, street fighting, dog fighting, chicken fighting, water figting, snow fighting, whatever term that has fighting.

Not my habit to be looking for rematches at fights especially ones lopsided. Bradley can not offer anything really - he will just tickle Pac with his pitterpatter punches and twist and contort his trunk just to avoid getting punch and break both ankles in return.

Cotto? There is nothing in Coto's style to even remotely say it would change. A converted southpaw who really does not have power in his right, trailing hand does not bode well against a southpaw who buzzes him with both left and right hand.
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