Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by natedog, Jul 22, 2019.
I mean he has nothing left to prove
He enjoys fighting
Either retire or fight guys closer to his size, like Mikey and Loma. The big guys at 147 bring too much physicality that he can’t keep up with for 12 rounds. Not at this age. He did with Thurman but barely and had it been Thurman from 2 years ago, Manny would have lost.
No, he's just beaten an undefeated title holder, he should face the winner of Porter v Spence
Pac should retire now , get out on an high .We know what will happen if he carries on and on . He'll keep saying , last fight next year but we know for a fact it never is while ur winning .
Apart from Lennox Lewis and Joe calz they never get out the right time .
Yeah I think he should walk away I mean he made like 20 million.
I’d like to see pac man vs Loma or Crawford next, not saying he beats them but he would give them a hard fight
I mean you don't want to see a brain damage dude running for Senate after fighting all that time
40 yrs of age, just won a major fight where he was the underdog, a career that is up there with the very very best ever, YES, retire now !
Now would be the time to walk off into the sunset both for himself and Roach. That was the best performance he has had in years, and while he would still give most at welterweight hell he still showed his age against a very good opponent. If he keeps on at the highest level he will eventually get worn down and stopped, best to go out on top.
Yea I think he should retire. It would be a Hollywood finish. Atg, 40 years old, beat undefeated thurman, and goes home to serve his people.
Most hard core fans of Manny will hope he retires, instead of the beatdown he will receive if he fights Spence or Crawford. I believe he said he will fight 3 more times. One of his trainers said he could make 135 in 4 weeks. Take on Loma there or between 135 and 140.
He will be retired if he signs for VADA testing.
He should go down to 135 to fight Lomachenko.
Oh yesss....let's get it done !
Without it he might be able to stay competitive for another decade.