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    Default If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    Surpasses Ray Robinson and Ali..

    Thoughts?

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    Makes sense.

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    And if Earth bloats up to 12 times its diameter, it will be the largest planet in our solar system.

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    I saw maywetaher againt cotto and maywetaher has no timing. Juan Manual Marqueez’ bob-and-weaving/counter-right against the mayor of the fillipines is how the faster Marqueez will elude maywetaher’s over-aggressiveness, lure him in close, throw the right cross to take advantage of maywetaher’s weak timing and inadequate defense, look for Marqueez to KO maywetaher in the 1st rd in a classic mismatch
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    The only way marquez might beat floyd in a rematch is if manny is fighting with him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradlee180 View Post
    I saw maywetaher againt cotto and maywetaher has no timing. Juan Manual Marqueez’ bob-and-weaving/counter-right against the mayor of the fillipines is how the faster Marqueez will elude maywetaher’s over-aggressiveness, lure him in close, throw the right cross to take advantage of maywetaher’s weak timing and inadequate defense, look for Marqueez to KO maywetaher in the 1st rd in a classic mismatch
    I agree man, if we could just stop Floyd from winning, every thing would be coming up roses. You and I both know Floyd is not worth a shit but he keeps wining. It's fucked up, dude.

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    Quote Originally Posted by FinitoElDinamita View Post
    Surpasses Ray Robinson and Ali..

    Thoughts?
    Is this a joke? If he beat a 37 year old mayweather so what? He is not going to be considered a better fighter then Mayweather - ever!

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    Perhaps if they were both in their primes.

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Som View Post
    Perhaps if they were both in their primes.
    Too bad lil floid didn't want to fight any top 3 fighters in their primes.

    Hmmm, primes, let's see, waaaay back in 2001, there was a prime corrales when lil floid still had nerve (lost the nerve next fight after the castillo fight.)
    Then you gotta skip all the way to 2007 for lil floid's next top 3 prime opponent in Hatton (with cortez' help).
    Does victor ortiz in 2011 count as a Top 3 elite prime fighter?
    Then you gotta skip all the way to 2013 and the blown-up 130 pounder Robert Guerrero who is a top 3 fighter in his prime.

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    That would be 3 wins over Pacquiao, in all 3 phases of his "prime", and a win over Floyd.
    I'm cool with it.

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    Nope
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    I don't even think Mayweather would give him the opportunity to avenge the loss, he beat him so convincingly the first time there's no point in a rematch.

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    Quote Originally Posted by FinitoElDinamita View Post
    Surpasses Ray Robinson and Ali..

    Thoughts?
    As much as I'd like to see it - it won't happen. He didn't come close last time and I don't think Floyd was even trying to put some hurt on JMM.

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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    Quote Originally Posted by bradlee180 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Som View Post
    Perhaps if they were both in their primes.
    Too bad lil floid didn't want to fight any top 3 fighters in their primes.

    Hmmm, primes, let's see, waaaay back in 2001, there was a prime corrales when lil floid still had nerve (lost the nerve next fight after the castillo fight.)
    Then you gotta skip all the way to 2007 for lil floid's next top 3 prime opponent in Hatton (with cortez' help).
    Does victor ortiz in 2011 count as a Top 3 elite prime fighter?
    Then you gotta skip all the way to 2013 and the blown-up 130 pounder Robert Guerrero who is a top 3 fighter in his prime.
    You forgot Hernandez, Manfredy & Castillo troll


    You could even argue Baldomir was in his prime when he fought Floyd, at the very least he was a linear champion

    I think the left hook helped more than Cortez did

    For the record Marquez loses to Floyd at any stage of their careers!
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    Default Re: If Marquez beats Floyd in a rematch, he's the greatest fighter of all times..

    Are you purposely trying to establish a record for stupid threads started in a row?

    The first fight was as one-sided as they come. Why would anyone even watch a rematch? Styles make fights. Marquez should stay 10 city blocks away from Mayweather. And even if an asteroid struck Earth and Marquez won a rematch with with Mayweather... would it make him the "greatest fighter of all times"? Sounds like a juvenile claim to me.

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