Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by split_decision, Dec 31, 2018.
Loma is 'The Greatest' (right Bob?) how can an over the hill Pac be dangerous?
Pacquiao by KO @ 135-147.
At this juncture it is fairly close. Loma needs to step up and fight him. To be a legend you need to beat one
I just don't see Lomachenko beating Pacquiao.
Not a chance if ifs the Pacquiao of old. Remains to be seen as to how much he has left now. Matthysse was shot to sh*t
So is Horn a legend?
Nope, but Horn's brand grew 1,000%, he instantly became a big name in boxing, and he got a Terence Crawford fight and then a massive showdown w/ Anthony Mundine. Yes, Mundine was shot to smithereens, but Horn's career took off immediately.
And Horn's brand and resume didn't explode as much as it would have if he had actually won the fight as 99% of the world saw him lose.
There's no defending Lomachenko in this. He ducked Pacquiao. Period.
Horn v Sadam Ali.. Two legend's! We need to see it now..
I think Loma knows this that's why he is avoiding Pac-man
If you consider that beating Pacquiao.
I was referring to a performance like when Pac beat ODLH
Done it all with Tomato(e)Can before
I'll refer u to that. It will save time & me repeating myself.
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MP fans are obsessed with this LW from Ukraine!
Absolute horse ****. Oscar had no business being in the ring with him..
He'd fought what? 3 times in 4 years leading up to that? Hadn't fought at 147 for 8 years or so? Had lost to Floyd the year prior & was coming off a boring win over a C level nobody...
In retrospect it is an almost meaningless win. Oscar never fought again! He was a shell that night...
He couldn't even beat Sturm convincingly at MW YEARS before! In fact it was a GIFT decision! That's how far he'd slipped then! Let alone for PAC at WW!
Hardly anyone gets any real credit for beating drained 40 year olds, especially ones coming of recent losses to the likes of Horn...
Stop pretending it would be a great win.
Beating Pacquiao properly does make you a star.
ODLH win made Pacquiao a bigger star irrespective of how hollow a win it was. He dominated a legend of the sport, not eeked a win like Horn did in debatable circumstances.
I can't see how you don't see that.
Loma don't want that smoke. I'm a Loma fan, but it's just the truth.