Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by xnico, Aug 25, 2021.
What excuses? Pac is an ancient fighter.
Well yeah, he's an ancient fighter.
We all knew coming in at 42 and off a 2 year lay off, there was a very good chance Pac was gonna look shot. And he did.
Ugas has had 31 fights and started his pro career in 2010.
Pac has had 72 fights and started his pro career in 1995.
R u sirius?
He should retire, but what if he can still beat Ugas with better gameplan ? I don't know.
You don't count armature fights? You know some fighter spend a lot of time there before they turn pro. Either way your body breaks down when you get older regardless.
NOT including amateur fights, Pac has spent 66% of his life in boxing. Think about that. 2/3 of his life.
Ugas was an amateur for 4 years. In their matchup, Yordenis has peaked and come into his own as a great fighter. But he also fought the worst version ever of Manny and it was STILL a close and competitive fight.
You didn't call him ancient before the fight though. You thought he would beat either Spence or Ugas. Now after the fight he's ancient.
No question I said he looked fire in training.
The age and lay off was still going to be a factor and unknown, which I said was the case from day 1. Remember I said he would have lit Spence up and then from Round 6, it all comes down to his stamina. That was for Spence.
Then they switched to Ugas and Pac added a second mini training camp w/ new sparring partners and he was working out/training all the way until the weigh in. That was stupid of them, but Pac was clearly trying to undo some of the muscle memory/responses for Spence.
And I said Ugas was a more difficult fight based on styles.
This is the worst Pac we have ever seen. Cement feet, zero head movement, hand/foot coordination non-existent, reaction times shot. Ugas's jab is slow and telegraphed. A younger Pac's specialty was parrying jabs with brutal counters.
Should have retired after beating Thurman.
My god the people giving credit to Ugas.. I just can't even fathom how stupid people are.
Ugas is a freaking middleweight look at the ****ing size of him. I don't think any of you guys have ever step foot in a boxing gym because you guys clearly don't understand how important size diffeernce is.. Its that or you just blindly ignore it.
Alongside the size difference, a 42 yo, 2 years out the ring Pac won anywhere between 5-7 rounds against Ugas. Not to mention Pac fought Ugas short notice (who let's be real most likely had a full camp with intent to fight Pac... PBC are dodgy scum filth).
That is actually embarassing on Ugas' part and then parading around like you've achieved something special.. And you ass licking dumbasses make me physically sick with your stupidity. **** boxing and **** you idiots
Oh look it's the resident excuse maker and troll. Who gives passes to fighters he likes and shits on ones that he doesn't you and CJ are the two biggest excuse makers on the forum. I bet you picked Pac to beat Ugas before the fight to. LMFAO! What's embarrassing is your excuse making!
You are so unbelievably stupid I'd get more debate out of a wooden chair. The lack of intelligence or awareness is quite shocking to be honest
Nobody is giving Ugas credit. Most people didn't think Ugas could pull it off.
STFU you pathetic know nothing excuse making dumbass troll. I exposed your hypocrisy and will own your ass in any boxing debate. You're too dumb and hate filled to win a debate with me casual. Stick to trolling and making excuses because that's all you can do. I'm tired of your ignorant excuse filled posts and I'm about to ether your ass.
If this is even a real quote, which I doubt, doesnt sound like Pac at all, then he might be in denial about his eroding capabilities, which is not exactly uncommon.
Its possible he could 'feel' how beatable Ugas is but just didnt have 'it' to execute properly.
So Id understand that aspect.
But still, doesnt sound like a real Pac quote to me.