The official Mayweather vs. Pacquiao aftermath trash receptacle

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by IntentionalButt, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. reanthefox

    reanthefox Active Member Full Member

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    no. 1 = vegas.
    no. 2 = usada.
    no. 3 = mgm/haymon.
    :rofl

    if both floyd and his opponent will not throw a punch, floyd will win by shutout. becadue he made his opponent miss.:lol:

    floyd will never lose in vegas.
     
  2. loughlan

    loughlan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Sorry but Manny Pacquiao is so ****ing one dimensional it's ridiculous. He looks great when he has an opponent who will stand still and let him unload but he doesn't seem to have a plan b at all. For a so called great of the sport he looked so average last night. Very disapointing performance. It's now clear to see that he was never on Mayweather's level.
     
  3. Brian

    Brian Well-Known Member Full Member

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    You bunch of babies! Floyd could have won by KO and you'd complain about steriods. He can't win with you clowns.

    Find a new sport! You won't be missed.

    Pacquiao tried. He failed...miserably. 81 punches landed! :lol:

    48-0
     
  4. oibighead

    oibighead G.O.A.T. Full Member

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    Are you aware that he threw more punches than Pacquiao and landed more punches?

    He landed more jabs and power punches as well.
     
  5. shadow111

    shadow111 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    But again the fight was even after 6 rounds so obviously he was getting work done. How many fighters are tied with Floyd after 6 rounds? When you factor in the injury, it makes sense why. Maybe if he had two arms he would have been ahead instead of tied.
     
  6. danieljenkins

    danieljenkins Boxing Addict Full Member

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  7. rhin0z>

    rhin0z> Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Poor pac****s nothing wrong with being number 2 p4p. Money just took it to another level that the tasmanian tornado could not catch.
     
  8. Brian

    Brian Well-Known Member Full Member

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    If Floyd hurt his hand in the fight and lost, would you be as forgiving?

    I HIGHLY doubt it!

    Take your loss like a man, you sissy!
     
  9. guncho

    guncho next champion! Full Member

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  10. Brian

    Brian Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Freddie Roach: "His legs are shot" :lol: :patsch
     
  11. kerrminator

    kerrminator Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Get the feeling a lot of guys on these forums are casual fans who think they're aficianados. Floyd showed tremendous talent in there last night and won on my card 10-2 against an opponent so relentless he always manages to hurt everyone he fights. If you cant appreciate how good Floyd is and how his style is like that of a surgeon then maybe this sport is wasted on you. Try UFC ?
     
  12. Caliboxing

    Caliboxing Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I'm really disappointed with Roach's master play, he has fought against Floyd before but it's like they were clueless for the most part. No attempts to move to Pac's right to stay away from Floyd's right cross and counter over the shoulder roll. And they let Floyd throw 1st almost all night, without any sense of urgency. Terrible game plan after all these years they had to work on it. :patsch
     
  13. oibighead

    oibighead G.O.A.T. Full Member

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  14. ryan_c

    ryan_c Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yeah. Pacquiao missed many sparring session because of this injury.
     
  15. shadow111

    shadow111 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Isn't that kinda like saying Ali was never on Larry Holmes level after their 1980 fight? If they would have fought 5-6 years earlier, in the early to mid 70s most people would pick Ali to school him. Some fighters peak at different times and / or get injured. If they fought 6 years ago, Pacquiao would have been the favorite. Floyd fans are obviously on cloud 9 right now and they're gunna talk smack, which is very funny, but lets not get crazy. Pac from 2009 would have probably beaten Floyd, which is why Floyd clearly ducked Pacquiao for 6 years out of fear of losing.

    At least Manny can look himself in the mirror and knows he's a real man who never runs away from a fight. Floyd looks in the mirror and knows he's a scared man that don't wanna engage because he's not a warrior in that ring. He's not willing to lay it all on the line like SRL did (vs Tommy Hearns I). Floyd is simply an effective runner that doesn't like to engage. He deserves credit for that but you can't have your cake and eat it too. If anyone has a more snoozefest style, between Pacquiao and Floyd I don't think it's really detable. Not that I don't appreciate Floyd for his skills. Floyd does have mad skills but come on, dude ran away vs a one armed Pac and does desperate stuff to gain himself advantages in the ring, like requiring Canelo to make 152. The guy is a master manipulator of the fight game. He's very calculated in everything he does, and he has to be to keep that 0. More power to him, but lets not get crazy saying Manny made the fight a snoozefrest. Manny made the fight where Floyd just kept running away...