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View Poll Results: Who is Better
Floyd Mayweather Sr. 22 26.51%
Freddie Roach 41 49.40%
Emanuel Steward 18 21.69%
Buddy McGirt 2 2.41%
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Old 08-07-2008, 11:35 AM   #31
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manny steward is overrated

take kermit cintron, in two back to back fights he gave him bad advice... feliciano and margarito II

in the margarito fight he was telling kermit not to back off and that toni would tire... on what planet did he think that was good advice for a long armed guy who gets the most power into his shots from range? and against margarito too! kermit's defense and inside game aren't that great yet he's telling him to stand his ground against margarito?! insane
I was in many camps with Cintron there. Kermit doesnt listen and doesnt push himself at all. Saw with my own eyes. You cant teach heart and commitment Not stewards fault
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Old 08-07-2008, 11:36 AM   #32
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Unca Roger shits all over these fools.
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Old 08-07-2008, 02:27 PM   #33
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is it me or was buddy more of a "fad" that was in style and in demand for a while?
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Old 08-07-2008, 02:30 PM   #34
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I voted for Buddy as I felt sorry for him having 0 votes.

But where is Nacho Beristain? Perhaps even Javier Capetillo?
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Old 08-07-2008, 02:30 PM   #35
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Enzo Calzaghe?! He's a terrible trainer!! He has a highly talented son whose natural gifts make him a successful boxer, and Enzo has not had any great sustained success with anyone else. He merely tries to mould other guys with different physical attributes and different styles into "his Joe" and it doesn't work- Haye v Maccarinelli and Rees v Kotelnik.

Roach wins for me. Mayweather Sr does the same thing Enzo does, tries to turn guys into a little Floyd clone.
I AGREE UP INTO COMPARING ENZO TO FMSR
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Old 08-07-2008, 02:37 PM   #36
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I voted for Buddy as I felt sorry for him having 0 votes.

But where is Nacho Beristain? Perhaps even Javier Capetillo?
MAKE A NEW POLL WITH MORE I WAS GOIN WITH THE TOP OF MY HEAD PEOPLE
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Old 08-07-2008, 03:12 PM   #37
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None, the best cornerman in boxing is Miguel Diaz. He has worked with them all, Floyd Mayweather Jr, Miguel Cotto, Kelly Pavlik, Sultan Ibragimov, you name it... I can sense a guy who knows boxing deep.
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Old 08-07-2008, 03:24 PM   #38
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What was the name of Corrales trainer???
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Nacho, followed by Floyd Sr....
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Yeah how come they have Floyd Sr there but not Roger??????
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Old 08-07-2008, 04:15 PM   #41
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Where's Roger Mayweather and Emmanuel Steward at?
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Old 08-07-2008, 04:48 PM   #42
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Is it a coincidence that Sal Sanchez trainer was also JCC trainer? just a question.
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Considering the number of folks on this forum that say Kelly Pavlik has little talent and is a slow plodding puncher, I'd have to say Jack Lowe since he helped him to a title.
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Roberto Garcia and ronnie shields shoud get an honorable mention. Roberto Garcia DEVELOPED Vargas and Garcia at the same time plus many prospects. watch out for La Colonia boxing!!
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Enzo Calzaghe?! He's a terrible trainer!! He has a highly talented son whose natural gifts make him a successful boxer, and Enzo has not had any great sustained success with anyone else. He merely tries to mould other guys with different physical attributes and different styles into "his Joe" and it doesn't work- Haye v Maccarinelli and Rees v Kotelnik.

Roach wins for me. Mayweather Sr does the same thing Enzo does, tries to turn guys into a little Floyd clone.
please man you of never saw maccarinelli before his mix with enzo calzaghe.

macca was a flawed puncher using solid but not perfected tehnique with a very simple guard that didnt move or flow with his style.

now he can box and has an effective jab, how he outboxed wayne braithwaite so easily is suprising to me especially from the guy who couldnt get out of the way of bruce scotts left hook.



his best work has to be bradley pryce. pryce was a decent mover 5'11 lightwieght which clearly wasn't his division. he moved up to light welter and got beat then to welter then to middle to super middle. all over the map he lost to absolutly everybody and started to lose his status. after a freak win over ossie duran he teamed up with the calzaghe camp and the rest is history.
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