Loma would do well vs prime Floyd

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  1. MarkusFlorez99

    MarkusFlorez99 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yes he was. The ref didn't count it but Floyd was caught with a shot and it stumbled him the point where his right glove clearly touched the canvas. It was on camera and it was no slip.
     
  2. Olu G. Rotimi

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    That was no knockdown it was a slip due to southpaw and orthodox feet positioning. However if that is the best you got run with it lol. Floyd had great chin ask Shane Mosley
     
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  3. MarkusFlorez99

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    Feet positioning ? Watch the entire video and it has a point of view which caputures everythint at the end. Mayweather got tagged and stumbled because of it, you can look at his feet right when and after he gets tagged. Just because a fighter has a good chin doesn't mean they can't get knocked down. What we see here is a flash knockdown because Mayweather wasn't hurt.

    You gotta stop worshipping Mayweather
     
  4. Boon

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    Va-SILLY Lose-a-chenko the 2 time professional loser :eaea:

    Who is Papa Chenko again? Is it a 23 year old inexperienced Teo Lopez who bitched him out? Or 35 year old Orlando Salido who had 12 loses on his record but was still good enough to raw dog Va-SILLY Lose-a-chenko.

    Floyd Mayweather would dominate and stop Va-SILLY Lose-a-chenko at 130 or 135. It would be a one-sided beat down.

    Manny Pacquiao would steam roll Va-SILLY Lose-a-chenko like he belongs in a Looney Tunes animation. 1 round annihilation. Highlight reel knockout.
     
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  5. Olu G. Rotimi

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    Spot on.
     
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  6. ARMAGEDDON

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    Floyd never got a decision after dropping six consecutive rounds stop it! Giving somebody a round one way or another is different than watching a fighter lose 6 rds in a row then win 4 dominate one close and clearly lose one floyd would not have got that decision but he also would never give up 6 rounds in a row!!
     
  7. Luis Fernando

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    Except that's not true! When you make outlandish claims like that, you either expose yourself as a Lomachenko hater, Floyd Mayweather worshipper / fanatic, or both. There are multiple areas where Lomachenko was better than Mayweather at. Again, a good case can be made that Mayweather may win head to head, but the idea that Mayweather was better at everything or that there is a significant gap is pure fanboyism.

    I, unlike you, can view and analyze both guys objectively because I'm not some kind of a fanatic with exaggerated devotion to either guy. The best way to view this, is from the perspective of a trainer who is training their child or fighter to learn as much as possible from all the current and past fighters about boxing. And there are many things a new fighter can learn from Lomachenko that they can't learn from watching Mayweather and vice versa. Now a head to head match up between the two is a totally different issue altogether, where there is no right and wrong and everyone is entitled to their opinion. But the arguments you've raised so far to justify why Mayweather would win, has been underwhelming to say the least. Claims like Lopez or Salido doe are as irrelevant as me bringing up Mayweather's losses in the amateurs, as neither Lopez or Salido fight anything like Mayweather so it has no bearing on a match-up against Mayweather.
     
  8. Luis Fernando

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    Chances are, both Salido and Lopez would have beaten Mayweather too, assuming similar context.
     
  9. Olu G. Rotimi

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    Impossible. Dont have the skills to compete.
     
  10. Olu G. Rotimi

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    I don't hate Loma at all. In fact I don't have strong negative feelings about him. All I simply say about him is that he is not quite as good as the Lomasexuals make him out to be. There is nothing Mayweather cannot solve or figure out in a boxing ring. His wide resume an unblemished professional boxing record proved it. There is no case for Loma beating Floyd. The reason Teofimo Lopez and his Dad took the fight was they knew Loma was beatable. I predicted that Teo's power would intimidate Loma and it did. It was not even a close fight. I am glad Teo did not knock him out because it left something for Tank Mayweather's protege and boxing son to do to Loma.
     
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  11. MadProf

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    Trolling is a skill like any other and if you want to maintain a level of excellence, you have to practice constantly. Keep practicing and someday, you will become a master at trolling.
     
  12. The Townsend

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    Young Pac beats them both on the same night whist drinking tea.
     
  13. Olu G. Rotimi

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    Clear case of the bloke you are speaking to not knowing **** about boxing.
     
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  14. Olu G. Rotimi

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    Is that the special tea?
     
  15. MadProf

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    Why not ?
    The man needs his daily recommended dosage of roids since he is afraid of needles.
    Herbal tea highly recommended by Oscar Valdez.