Mayweather should comeback and fight Mario Barrios

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  1. split_decision

    split_decision Boxing Addict Full Member

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    It'd be like a repeat of Mayweather beating the hell out of that Japanese kickboxer.
    Barrios has fought at welterweight before so Floyd could look good beating up an undefeated, Mexican champ instead of a drug tested old man Pacquiao

    Bring back Cinco de Mayweather
     
  2. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    Nah, he should come back, pull a Manny-Thurman, and school Spence. And he would.:deal:
     
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  3. Oakland Billy Smith

    Oakland Billy Smith Active Member booted Full Member

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    The dude is pushing 42 and been retired for damn near 3 years now. Why people always demand he come out of retirement?
    Let me guess, you're gonna be streaming the nigel benn fight too arent you?
     
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  4. split_decision

    split_decision Boxing Addict Full Member

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    he comes out of retirement or he forever lives in Wanheng's shadow
     
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    FinitoxDinamita Member booted Full Member

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    Not too long ago people were claiming that Floyd is too old for Spence and that he would get destroyed lmfao

    Spence is easy work for floyd even today. Spence is too basic and brings nothing new to the table.
     
  6. Serge

    Serge Vampire Slayer Staff Member

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    The inactive shadow of the emaciated shell of Floyd's decomposing shot corpse would take Barrios to slick school.
     


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