When Jim Gray asked Floyd if he would fight Pacquiao

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  1. shadow111

    shadow111 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    In the post fight interview with Pacquiao when Jim Gray asked Floyd if he would accept Pacquiao's challenge and Floyd just sat there giving no reaction with the camera on him, it was a weird moment wasn't it. What must this be like for Floyd to attend that fight but to not want to say he's fighting the winner. I think it highlights an internal conflict within Floyd.
     
  2. Gennady

    Gennady Active Member Full Member

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    Floyd never answers to anyone. He only talks if he wants.

    Probably inside he was laughing “I’m 42 but I’m still the biggest draw in this game, they are desperate to see me fight again.”
     
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  3. Dfaulds

    Dfaulds Master of Pinoy... Full Member

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    I honestly have no idea why either, he hasn't been entertaining in years, arguably since he hit the big time!
     
  4. Max Thunder

    Max Thunder Useless Dosser Full Member

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    Floyd was going to accept the fight but once he saw Pac's stellar performance against Floyd 2.0 he was shook.
     
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  5. LeftRightDownThePipe

    LeftRightDownThePipe Active Member Full Member

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    I think Floyd was there in case Broner won. He knows Broner in and out of the ring and figured it would be a fairly easy payday.


    Mayweather doesn’t want a 100% healthy Pacquiao ESPECIALLY a Pacquiao that he saw Saturday night. That’s why the ***** didn’t answer. He’d rather stick to 125lb Japanese novices and 0-0-0 MMA guys.
     
  6. SambaKing1993

    SambaKing1993 Don't do it Zachary! Full Member

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    Floyd was disappointed that Pacquiao didn't look spectacular. That performance done nothing to help sell the uninspiring rematch.
     
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  7. M.3

    M.3 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yall couldn't wait to see Floyd retire.. Now you're saying he's still ducking Pac after cherry picking that same guy years ago...lol
     
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  8. Bollywooden

    Bollywooden Boxing Addict Full Member

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    He seemed salty. Everyone was cheering Pacquiao and he didn't want to make Pac's winning occasion bigger
     
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  9. Paranoid Android

    Paranoid Android Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Floyd was alone. He's not tough when he's alone. In Tokyo, he stood 10 feet away with his Yes Men barking at Pacquiao for a rematch. At the Clippers game, he wasn't so tough either. They actually ran into reach other at the Lakers game last night and Tough Floyd was nowhere to be found.
     
  10. Rilz

    Rilz Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Internal conflict? I am pretty sure where the soul lives, there is just a void space inside Mr. Money.
     
  11. Pimp C

    Pimp C Trapper of The Year Full Member

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    118-110 Deal with it.:deal:
     
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  12. Reppin501

    Reppin501 The People's Champ Full Member

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    He didn't answer because if it's being considered he isn't showing his hand.
     

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