PAC-MAY: Pacquiao much bigger through history.

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  1. alexthegreatmc

    alexthegreatmc Sound logic and reason. You're welcome! Full Member

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    Stop making excuses, he was rehydrating 10-15 lbs when he was a light weight. Nobody said he's a big welter, just stating facts. Numbers don't lie.
     
  2. alexthegreatmc

    alexthegreatmc Sound logic and reason. You're welcome! Full Member

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    Who said he's bigger than Floyd? Lol
     
  3. alexthegreatmc

    alexthegreatmc Sound logic and reason. You're welcome! Full Member

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    Thank you. The people starting this BS are the ones who keep trying to elevate all of Pac's victories by reminding us he can still fight at lightweight.
     
  4. pugs

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    I'm just staying the fact through weigh ins. Pac can still weigh 144 or less. Floyd has been a WW for a full decade and could not weigh below 145 like small WWs does.
     
  5. icarus1

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    weight is not the same as size. pac is small but has a heavier bone structure which is actually more of a disadvantage since he is fighting bigger guys. it's just good that his bones complement his power and punch resistance.
     
  6. pugs

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    And weigh ins are subjected to accuracy more than fight night weights which are unofficial.

    Yes numbers don't lie during weigh ins but you can lie about your fight night weights and nobody would care to check it.
     
  7. KillSomething

    KillSomething Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    If Floyd is indeed what his fight night weights have always said, it is indeed very impressive.
     
  8. modernfonzie

    modernfonzie Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Fair.

    What's also fair is that had they met up at any other weight Pac would have had a serious weight advantage. 147 is the only weight that they're even. Floyd has grown into 147, Pac could have been fighting at 147 a long time ago
     
  9. Windigo

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    And why wouldn't it. His actual prime weight is 135. He fought at that weight once. He has spent his prime fighting 2 weight classes above his natural weight and has gone as high as 3.

    You think Floyd is ever going to fight at super middleweight?
     
  10. modernfonzie

    modernfonzie Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    People keep spitting out this lie. I watched Sadaam Ali unofficially weighed. The only difference is that the trunks are on and "unoficially" just means they aren't on a medical scale. They use regular scales.

    The only difference Is that officially, a fighter might weigh 141.7 and unoficially 141. That's the only difference

    This lie you people keep telling about being weighed in shoes and jeans is a flat out lie
     
  11. BewareofDawg

    BewareofDawg P4P Champ Full Member

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    Yeah, what a coward for not signing to fight for $40 million fixed fee. When the fight is worth $300 million :rofl:rofl:rofl

    That's like Pacqiao offering GGG $100K for a superfight, then calling GGG a coward for telling him to get lost
     
  12. alexthegreatmc

    alexthegreatmc Sound logic and reason. You're welcome! Full Member

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    Floyd going to super middleweight or light heavyweight ( 8 divisions) is not the same as what Pac did. Floyd going to middle weight is equivalent. As the weight rises, there's more of a difference in size. Pac raised about 30 lbs, Floyd 24...
     
  13. Windigo

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    The difference between super lightweight and junior middleweight is 19lbs or 14%. The difference between welterweight and super middleweight is 21lbs or 14%. Nice try.
     
  14. alexthegreatmc

    alexthegreatmc Sound logic and reason. You're welcome! Full Member

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    Funny how when it comes to Floyd "he doesn't reveal his fight night weight" or "he's a middleweight" but as soon as there's proof of Pac rehydrating 15-17 lbs "it's unofficial and doesn't matter" or "He had clothes on".
     
  15. Darth Muniz

    Darth Muniz New Member Full Member

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    your boyfriend. here you go