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Old 12-12-2012, 02:43 PM   #136
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these pictures, although rough and harsh, are quite funny
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:46 PM   #137
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Lol yeah dont ever mention Pacquiao in the same sentence as Roy Jones. Disrespect Floyd by mentioning a guy who got kod twice and got gift decisions and lost to a faded Morales in his prime. But not the P4P head 2 head GOAT Roy.



Roy is Jordan

Floyd is Kobe

Pacquiao is Steve Nash, 2 MVPs you know he didnt deserve
Steve Nash has better defense.

Nah seriously MW, awful comparison.
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:50 PM   #138
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Pac moves up to WW:

Fights DLH after loss to PBF / Broken orbital bone to Steve Forbes. At weight of 147. Fight night Oscar weighs 145 pounds.

Fights Hatton after Hatton KO'd by Floyd and looks like utter shit, almost losing to everyone he faced, after Floyd.

Fights Cotto after Cotto is plastered by Margs an given a gift decision versus Clottey, where he looked like a scared shit.

Fights Mosley after Floyd dominates him and some no-namer fights him to a draw at 154.

Fights Clottey - who?

Fights Tim Bradley for his first fight at 147 (I don't even count the Casamayor fight as it was a joke)

Fights JMM at 38 years old, hoping to finally look good. Loses but is given the win.

Fights JMM at 39 years old, hoping Father Time is going to be enough of a help at this point. Result:

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Manny built a career off cherry picking fragile opponents.

Floyd didn't take every challenge, but he always fights people coming off career victories.



It is a little odd that the people Floyd is accused of ducking happen to all have the same Promoter

Quite fitting that you're posting wrestling photos, since I'm pretty sure that's how you came to be a fan of Floyd in the first place.

Otherwise, you would most assuredly realize we can do the same thing to Floyd's resume WITHOUT even looking behind the names.

Bruseles, Gatti, Mitchell and Judah off a loss, then fighting pretty much 1 time a year for the next six years.



Disgraceful.

Go back to watching Floyd's fight with Big Show, it's probably his best win in years.
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:51 PM   #139
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Even though he has arguably lost the last three fights, Pacman still has the better resume.

But Mayweather is undefeated and would probably school Pac.

Who's the best of that generation?
Pacquiao.
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:54 PM   #140
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Pac multi-weight accomplishments are still more impressive. I think Pac is a few notches above, but it's close.
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:55 PM   #141
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Pac moves up to WW:

Fights DLH after loss to PBF / Broken orbital bone to Steve Forbes. At weight of 147. Fight night Oscar weighs 145 pounds.

Fights Hatton after Hatton KO'd by Floyd and looks like utter shit, almost losing to everyone he faced, after Floyd.

Fights Cotto after Cotto is plastered by Margs an given a gift decision versus Clottey, where he looked like a scared shit.

Fights Mosley after Floyd dominates him and some no-namer fights him to a draw at 154.

Fights Clottey - who?

Fights Tim Bradley for his first fight at 147 (I don't even count the Casamayor fight as it was a joke)

Fights JMM at 38 years old, hoping to finally look good. Loses but is given the win.

Fights JMM at 39 years old, hoping Father Time is going to be enough of a help at this point. Result:

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Manny built a career off cherry picking fragile opponents.

Floyd didn't take every challenge, but he always fights people coming off career victories.



It is a little odd that the people Floyd is accused of ducking happen to all have the same Promoter
great post all facts people forget it's when you beat a fighter...Mayweather always beat guys after career wins....the smoke and mirrors of great promotion made many look better and the wins look better than what they yearly were
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:03 PM   #142
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Quite fitting that you're posting wrestling photos, since I'm pretty sure that's how you came to be a fan of Floyd in the first place.

Otherwise, you would most assuredly realize we can do the same thing to Floyd's resume WITHOUT even looking behind the names.

Bruseles, Gatti, Mitchell and Judah off a loss, then fighting pretty much 1 time a year for the next six years.



Disgraceful.

Go back to watching Floyd's fight with Big Show, it's probably his best win in years.
Gatti just had beat ward twice and Branco for the belt. Fights many had on the biggest stage his opponents took bad beatings or hadn't won in a while
You gotta be digging real hard considering everyone knew Bruxelles was a time up fight as was Mitchell at new weights Judah did lose but get koed or take severe beatings like Hatton cotton
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:10 PM   #143
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Mayweather is easily the greatest fighter of his generation
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Old 12-12-2012, 03:15 PM   #144
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Manny Pacquiao without a doubt... Mr. Feathers has hand picked all his fights and he fights once every 15 months! Void is a hype job...
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:09 PM   #145
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Calzaghe 47-0 >>> Floyd
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:16 PM   #146
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Floyd's detractors have the weakest, most illogical arguments I've ever seen, and that says a lot considering this sport attracts the lowest in society.
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:19 PM   #147
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Mayweather
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:25 PM   #148
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i agree. Pac was a 1st ballet HOF'er for being the 1st flyweight champ to become lightweight champ. And doing it by beating 3 ATG's in the process.

Anything above that has been a bonus. Even if floyd beat Manny, I would never say floyd was better than him in a ATG lineup. Manny was never supposed to be at these higher weights dominating like he was
This is why the Pac fight never made sense. If Floyd wins, so what Pac was coming up in weight and had multiple loses already. If he loses he lost to a fighter moving up in weight with multiple loses.

So, obviously he needs to fight the middle weight champ. Even though Pac refused to fight a guy he dominated at the next weight class.
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:28 PM   #149
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This is why the Pac fight never made sense. If Floyd wins, so what Pac was coming up in weight and had multiple loses already. If he loses he lost to a fighter moving up in weight with multiple loses.

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You mean like Ortiz did?
You mean like Guerrero does?
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Old 12-12-2012, 04:36 PM   #150
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Mayweather, well before the fourth Marquez fight.

25 years from now will be the decider...
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