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    I hear many Floyd nut huggers complaining about Manny's credible opponents. If we take away their two common opponents:

    Oscar de la Hoya (Floyd - split decision win, Manny - Oscar quits on his stool)
    Ricky Hatton (Floyd - KO12, Manny - KO2)

    this is what we have:

    Manny Pacquiao:
    Miguel Cotto, TKO 12
    Joshua Clottey, 12 round unanimous
    Antonio Margarito, broke eye socket, 12 round unanimous
    Shane Mosley, knocked him down, 12 round unanimous

    Floyd Mayweather:
    Big Show at Wrestlemania
    Juan Manuel Marquez, Floyd comes in over the weight, 12 round unanimous
    Dancing With The Stars
    Shane Mosley, nearly knocked down, 12 round unanimous

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    the impressive thing is Pac is the naturally smaller man
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick3262 View Post
    I hear many Floyd nut huggers complaining about Manny's credible opponents. If we take away their two common opponents:

    Oscar de la Hoya (Floyd - split decision win, Manny - Oscar quits on his stool)
    Ricky Hatton (Floyd - KO12, Manny - KO2)

    this is what we have:

    Manny Pacquiao:
    Miguel Cotto, TKO 12
    Joshua Clottey, 12 round unanimous
    Antonio Margarito, broke eye socket, 12 round unanimous
    Shane Mosley, knocked him down, 12 round unanimous

    Floyd Mayweather:
    Big Show at Wrestlemania
    Juan Manuel Marquez, Floyd comes in over the weight, 12 round unanimous
    Dancing With The Stars
    Shane Mosley, nearly knocked down, 12 round unanimous
    You missed Floyd bouts with security guards and the IRS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick3262 View Post
    I hear many Floyd nut huggers complaining about Manny's credible opponents. If we take away their two common opponents:

    Oscar de la Hoya (Floyd - split decision win, Manny - Oscar quits on his stool)
    Ricky Hatton (Floyd - KO12, Manny - KO2)

    this is what we have:

    Manny Pacquiao:
    Miguel Cotto, TKO 12
    Joshua Clottey, 12 round unanimous
    Antonio Margarito, broke eye socket, 12 round unanimous
    Shane Mosley, knocked him down, 12 round unanimous

    Floyd Mayweather:
    Big Show at Wrestlemania
    Juan Manuel Marquez, Floyd comes in over the weight, 12 round unanimous
    Dancing With The Stars
    Shane Mosley, nearly knocked down, 12 round unanimous

    hi rick,

    Did you just join this forum to start another pac/floyd arguement? Grow up fella.
    As a pacroid fan i take it that your under 5"7 as all everyone says is that hes the smaller man and his beating up all this bigger opponents. small man syndrome.

    Bear in mind im a floyd fan..but i think that both of these guys are a couple of little mugs for not fighting each other, and when bob arum compares pac to the goat (ali) and better than robinson it just makes me laugh. pac is the king of catchweights and knows this divison is queuing up with guys with previous losses who turn up for a pay cheque.
    after mosely lost to floyd, he knew his best chance had past him by after being decisoned by the best boxer (NOT FIGHTER) in the planet.

    Pacroid has achieved alot and has great power. he is fast, strong and has lots of stamina. But lets not forget the losses on his record and the fact he doesnt like drug tests..but mosely must take one!

    If you ask me the true p4p king was cotto..untill he got beaten by a couple of cheaters..yeah, i said it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rick3262 View Post
    I hear many Floyd nut huggers complaining about Manny's credible opponents. If we take away their two common opponents:

    Oscar de la Hoya (Floyd - split decision win, Manny - Oscar quits on his stool)
    Ricky Hatton (Floyd - KO12, Manny - KO2)

    this is what we have:

    Manny Pacquiao:
    Miguel Cotto, TKO 12
    Joshua Clottey, 12 round unanimous
    Antonio Margarito, broke eye socket, 12 round unanimous
    Shane Mosley, knocked him down, 12 round unanimous

    Floyd Mayweather:
    Big Show at Wrestlemania
    Juan Manuel Marquez, Floyd comes in over the weight, 12 round unanimous
    Dancing With The Stars
    Shane Mosley, nearly knocked down, 12 round unanimous

    hi rick,

    Did you just join this forum to start another pac/floyd arguement? Grow up fella.
    As a pacroid fan i take it that your under 5"7 as all everyone says is that hes the smaller man and his beating up all this bigger opponents. small man syndrome.

    Bear in mind im a floyd fan..but i think that both of these guys are a couple of little mugs for not fighting each other, and when bob arum compares pac to the goat (ali) and better than robinson it just makes me laugh. pac is the king of catchweights and knows this divison is queuing up with guys with previous losses who turn up for a pay cheque.
    after mosely lost to floyd, he knew his best chance had past him by after being decisoned by the best boxer (NOT FIGHTER) in the planet.

    Pacroid has achieved alot and has great power. he is fast, strong and has lots of stamina. But lets not forget the losses on his record and the fact he doesnt like drug tests..but mosely must take one!

    If you ask me the true p4p king was cotto..untill he got beaten by a couple of cheaters..yeah, i said it.
    bro

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    nothing in his post suggest small man syndrome
    he was not aggressive.
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    Floyd crushes PAC in 8 with ease.
    Come on fags quote me or reply cos I say!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dropanuke View Post
    Floyd crushes PAC in 8 with ease.
    Come on fags quote me or reply cos I say!
    LOL naaaaah. If there is a KO/TKO in that fight I'll say it comes from Pac (and I am rooting for Floyd). If they go to the scorecards I'll say Floyd glides to an UD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dropanuke View Post
    Floyd crushes PAC in 8 with ease.
    Come on fags quote me or reply cos I say!
    LOL naaaaah. If there is a KO/TKO in that fight I'll say it comes from Pac (and I am rooting for Floyd). If they go to the scorecards I'll say Floyd glides to an UD.
    floyds left hook is pretty tight..might just do the trick?

    bottom line is these two guys are the best fighters in the divison. unfortunatly one of these fighters do like blood tests..who does like them?!

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    as if chicken livered mayweather will ever step into the ring with manny.
    he's much too busy pulling guns on people at skating rinks, abusing his ex wife, and beating up guys in nightclubs w/ his posse. lol.

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    Who are Pacquiao and Mayweather? are they good?
    For every story told that divides us, I believe there are a thousand untold that unite us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gest12645 View Post
    I'm a Floyd fan, but at this point, Floyd needs to lose, to give himself a real reason not to fight Manny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick3262 View Post
    Shane Mosley, nearly knocked down, 12 round unanimous
    The only thing that near KD exposed was PBF's greatness. Not going down exposed the pride of a champion and the remarkable willpower it takes to do that against a fighter whose punching power is a large reason why he'll be in the HOF.

    Then the skill. You can almost see the man thinking. Hands go up in protective mode. He then stays close to Mosely, denying him the leverage needed to land pwer shots. He clenches when necessary but keeps that to a minimum. He's actually fighting. And he's doing this with a foggy brain.

    As his regains composuire he then proceeds to stalk Mosley, which allows him to continue negating Mosely's power while dictating the pace of the fight. By the end of the round he appeared in charge. His domination form then on was predicatable.

    People will rewrite history in light to the Pac fight, but at the time that PBF fought Mosley, the latter was a lb-4-lber coming off a brilliant performance and among the most avoided fighters in the sport. I didn't see Pac rushing out to fight him.

    That near KD demonstrates how dificult PBF is to beat.

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    Brilliant manju. Could not agree more. Watching pbf fight is true art..but all the haters and people that know nothing about boxing call it boring.

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    Question for the pacroid fans, how come he didnt fight mosely after margocheato..? Even when mosely offered 140?..we will never know. Lol

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