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Mayweather/McGregor Fight Discussion

Discussion in 'General Boxing Forum' started by MVC!, May 24, 2016.



Who Wins and How?

  1. Mayweather KO

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  2. Mayweather UD

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  3. Draw

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  4. McGregor KO

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    7.2%
  5. McGregor UD

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  6. Who Cares? This "fight" is a joke!

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  1. miniq

    miniq Big Stiff Idiot Full Member

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    Wew lads

    and MVC lays claim to this thread. bahaha. Floyd would be proud :rolleyes:

    Floyd if you're reading this give MVC tickets to your fight and fly him out to Vegas.
     
  2. Mr. Bunny

    Mr. Bunny Member Full Member

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    When McJoke falls hard to the canvas, out cold like Sylvia, you will eat those words UFC fanboy. Boxing is leagues above MMA, and this fight - like the Mercer-Sylvia fight - is going to cement that status with the broader public.
     
  3. dinovelvet

    dinovelvet Antifanboi Full Member

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    Pretty funny how he addressed the racism claims :lol:

     
  4. 3rdegree

    3rdegree Member Full Member

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    Obviously Conor had to be the one to crossover to boxing because Floyd is fearful and incapable of transitioning to the far more complex sport. On the other hand, Conor is making his transition to boxing look effortless. If you can't draw a correlation from that situation as to which sport is "leagues above" the other, then you are beneath my contempt. I'm not a mma fanboy, just a realist that has boxing experience.
     
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  5. Mr. Bunny

    Mr. Bunny Member Full Member

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    Talk to me after Mayweather, a skilled practitioner of the sweet science of boxing, exposes the Neanderthal skills of the "best" your "complex" sport has to offer. The only question in this fight is whether Mayweather carries McClown for the distance and makes a fool out of him, or whether he chooses to take advantage of his fragile whiskers and lay him out cold. I hope it's the latter, but the former will do just fine to prove what's the superior sport!
     
  6. Chutz

    Chutz Active Member Full Member

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    "Making his transition to boxing look effortless" haha Based on what? I can just imagine you typing that in your wheelchair, bashing the keys with a sausage roll
     
  7. Jim Jeffries

    Jim Jeffries Ring General Full Member

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    You seem insecure doing the ''mma vs boxing'' thing. Why do you care to try and prove mma is a ''superior sport''?
     
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  8. the factor

    the factor Member Full Member

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    I haven't heard anything. They are probably both souped.
     
  9. EatenByTheWorms

    EatenByTheWorms Active Member Full Member

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    I really don't understand this kind of thinking. All this stuff about the superior sport etc, it's nonsense. I'm more of a boxing fan, but do watch some MMA also. They're both combat sports so I enjoy both. From the boxing side especially at the moment, there seems to be this superiority complex going on, as if MMA isn't **** and McGregor isn't even worthy to be in a boxing ring. Yes, Floyd is far more skilled as a boxer. However, the more skilled fighter does not always win a contest. Fitness, strenght, and the mental aspect especially are vitally important. If Conor can make it a scrappy fight, make Floyd uncomfortable, then it could be interesting for a while. Look, Conor will lose, and may be knocked out, but lets not completely trash him before the fight has even begun. MMA fighters deserve credit for the work they put in to learn the different codes needed to be successful in their sport. Conor's not a bum walking in off the street to fight Floyd. He's a live dog, with great understanding of movement, timing. He's young, powerful. This fight isn't the complete trash many boxing fans are naively writing it off as. If Floyd picks him apart and makes it look easy, so be it, it'll be no different to what he's done to many many 'elite' boxers.
     
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  10. BewareofDawg

    BewareofDawg P4P Champ Full Member

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    Doesn't matter. Floyd gonna sauce it up regardless. But I'm also interested in it since nothing's been said on the subject from either party.
     
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  11. Lady Girl

    Lady Girl Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Floyd looks in awesome shape

    he trains like an animal

    weird for someone his age

    ha
     
  12. JackSilver

    JackSilver Member Full Member

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    I guess anything goes in this matchup. The way the 2 of them have acted so far, it looks like a race to see who can get more juiced up before the fight.
     
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  13. BCS8

    BCS8 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Orrrrr if Floyd's whole career was one big sham, and he never was as good as he said he was :D
     
  14. BlackPanther(Comics)

    BlackPanther(Comics) Member booted Full Member

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    How many times has Floyd failed a PED test? Yet he constantly accused of being on something. Those exact same people have excuses for Mann Pac being a steroid cheat though.
     
  15. 3rdegree

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    The fact that Conor is the most compelling, charismatic and intelligent athlete of recent times is worthy of accolades not degradation. The outright jealousy, hatred and ugliness towards anyone who dares to appreciate both sports is rooted in the primordial tendencies of the most primitive portion of the brain. I only wish there was a way to expand the capabilities of the most stunted people on this site.