The official Mayweather vs. Pacquiao aftermath trash receptacle

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

  1. kovalevtheGoat

    kovalevtheGoat The Chelyabinsk Machine banned Full Member

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    :rofl:good
     
  2. acr347

    acr347 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Armchair theologians as well especially explaining how all sins are equal in the eyes of God. The theologians here are my favorite.
     
  3. Bollywooden

    Bollywooden Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I tend to agree. I'm not sure Roach did much wrong.

    Manny just started too slow, it took him 3 rounds to work Mayweather out, he caught him at the end of the third and smiled going back to his corner as if to say "I've got him", then came out and had a big 4th round.

    It was almost a carbon copy of Froch Kessler II, where Froch won the first 3 rounds before Kessler got into the fight and then Froch finished strong.
     
  4. thatguy

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    ^^^ show actual proof and stop pasting that garbage too stank is passing around.
    Pacturds showing just how pathetic they really are.
    Sore losers!
     
  5. acr347

    acr347 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Don't see what all the fuss was with kellerman said interview post fight? I thought he was more respectful, despite mannys puss poor performance.
     
  6. Bollywooden

    Bollywooden Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Always thought Lampley was a ****. If you're loyal you stick with the fighter, I respect Skip Bayless more now, at least he stuck with Manny ride or die. Lampley just an HBO shill.
     
  7. Bollywooden

    Bollywooden Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I dont think that matters, Manny just started too slow. He coughed up 3 rounds at the start of the fight which put him in the hole.

    I think he'd start quicker in a rematch.
     
  8. icarus1

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    it tainted floyd's win. all stakeholders have knowledge of the injury before the fight and could have called it off. floyd had a mole in pac's camp or someone sold him the info, pac lied, the commission received the information latest before the fight but can still decide, usada was informed but kept quiet, etc. pac just told the truth to appease his fans that backfired but his low performance, low punch output, and surgeon proved it.
     
  9. acr347

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    I agree to a degree, it does to an extent. He sure didn't sell out during the fight when he needed too. Don't know if it was the shoulder pain or not, I think it was. They should've postponed. It hurts his legacy and credibility.
     
  10. P.M.

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    I like how you somehow managed to insert Floyd in the wrong doing.

    The blame is solely on team Pacquiao. They dropped the ball on every aspect of this debacle. I get not wanting the info out he was hurt, I get not wanting to pull out of the fight. Too much money and build up to cancel/postpone the fight.

    The fact is they went with it and lost badly. No one expected mayweather to go out and do something different. They thought Pacquiao could produce the action. All the Floyd ran, clenched talk like that's not how he fights is funny to me.

    Pacquiao failure to produce a win, failed to admit he lost. failed to give an ounce of credit, and all the excuses are turning people off from him.
     
  11. Orishaman

    Orishaman I tell it like it is.... Full Member

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    Even though the evidence against the defendant is overwhelming, the defendant still deserves his day in court

    True the NSAC. Knew of the injury, and they are required to informed events to the opponent. May knew the condition of his opponent, could be categorized as insiders privilege information and should have forfeit the all bets placed by the Mayweather camp. Furthermore, HBO / Showtime and all promotion entities also were informed of the injury ( if they slready did have previous knowledge)

    This is a complicated case your Honor, and it deserve the. Full involvement on the ESB SUPREME Court members, and affiliate lower courts.
     
  12. icarus1

    icarus1 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    floyd was hitting and wrangling pac's arm when he sensed he was protecting it by limiting it's usage. he knew pac was only timing the left for a ko so he was limited. floyd was still wary of pac's left so he avoided going toe-to-toe like he did cotto.
     
  13. MVC!

    MVC! The Best Ever Full Member

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    :nod
     
  14. P.M.

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    And? Floyd did what he had to do. When has he ever gone out and fought like he wanted to please the crowd. If you know a guy has a injury, you're going to exploit it. Cotton aimed at Margarito eye all night and no one gave him grief.
     
  15. MVC!

    MVC! The Best Ever Full Member

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    1. This is all theoretical bull****. :lol:

    2. Not saying this is true in the least but if you know your opponent is suffering from such an injury, I'd go do it myself in the biggest fight of your life even though I do not believe Floyd did it.

    3. If your opponent has a huge cut under his eye, would you not target it? :hi:

    Lewis did against Vitali and that's how he won. :thumbsup