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    I can understand why mosley would feel that way. When you get hit with real accurate punches and shots that you dont see coming, they will hurt a lot more than it looks and he took a lot of those from floyd.

    Canelo may be heavier handed and his punches might have more muster but that doesnt necessarily mean that his shots can cause more pain.

    Floyd is a dangerous puncher due to his speed, timing, and punch placement.

    Mosley fought both so he knows this.

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    Alvarez has always had great respect for Mosley. He took it easy on him. He could of stopped him if he wanted. But out of respect for him he never went for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Floyd does not have the power of Alvarez, Shane has taken too many punches.
    First thing that crossed my mind...

    Floyd's brittle hands is why he doesn't sit down more on the punches, and why he wears Winning gloves instead of Reyes.
    When Floyd showed up wearing the Reyes a few fights ago, I said, "Oh yeah, Floyd must've got the Xylocaine performance-enhancer injections in his hands, (banned in most states, but legal in Las Vegas, Nevada where Floyd likes to fight because of it), numb the hands 'cause he's planning on punching a little harder tonight."
    Last edited by bradlee180; 09-04-2013 at 06:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinitoElDinamita View Post
    I can understand why mosley would feel that way. When you get hit with real accurate punches and shots that you dont see coming, they will hurt a lot more than it looks and he took a lot of those from floyd.

    Canelo may be heavier handed and his punches might have more muster but that doesnt necessarily mean that his shots can cause more pain.

    Floyd is a dangerous puncher due to his speed, timing, and punch placement.

    Mosley fought both so he knows this.
    Good point. Thats another thing to factor in. Precision brings power as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradlee180 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Floyd does not have the power of Alvarez, Shane has taken too many punches.
    First thing that crossed my mind...

    Floyd's brittle hands is why he doesn't sit down more on the punches, and why he wears Winning gloves instead of Reyes.
    When Floyd showed up wearing the Reyes a few fights ago, I said, "Oh yeah, Floyd must've got the Xylocaine performance-enhancer injections in his hands, (banned in most states, but legal in Las Vegas, Nevada where Floyd likes to fight because of it), numb the hands 'cause he's planning on punching a little harder tonight."

    I'm not sure Floyd still injects his hands but he wears Grants not Winning which are middle of the road punchers gloves just below Reyes. Duran used them as did Tyson, Leonard and others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jehoshaphat View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by FinitoElDinamita View Post
    I can understand why mosley would feel that way. When you get hit with real accurate punches and shots that you dont see coming, they will hurt a lot more than it looks and he took a lot of those from floyd.

    Canelo may be heavier handed and his punches might have more muster but that doesnt necessarily mean that his shots can cause more pain.

    Floyd is a dangerous puncher due to his speed, timing, and punch placement.

    Mosley fought both so he knows this.
    Good point. Thats another thing to factor in. Precision brings power as well.
    This is strange: dude negative-repped me while leaving a positive comment: "Actually very good point. I forgot about his brittle hands."
    Are you a fence-sitter, jehoshaphat?!
    Do you go both ways?

    You have to make up your mind, son, you're behaving like a wishy-washy, burning-the-candle-at-both-ends type..

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    Quote Originally Posted by IamInuit View Post
    I'm not sure Floyd still injects his hands but he wears Grants not Winning which are middle of the road punchers gloves just below Reyes. Duran used them as did Tyson, Leonard and others.
    Good call which I had to check.
    Mayweather used to wear Winning, but he hasn't since the Judah fight in 2006, and had been wearing Winning previous agaisnt Sharmba Mitchell, Arturo Gatti, Bruseles, Corley
    Yep, Floyd's been wearing the Grants, but they're not as hard as the Mexican-made Cleto-Reyes puncher's gloves that Pacquiao favors...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Demise View Post
    Alvarez has always had great respect for Mosley. He took it easy on him. He could of stopped him if he wanted. But out of respect for him he never went for it

    Get real.

    Hes said he has great respect for Floyd, so hes basically not going to do much against afloyd as well and it will purely be down to Alvarez letting him off the hook and not the fear of getting caught?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ross View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Demise View Post
    Alvarez has always had great respect for Mosley. He took it easy on him. He could of stopped him if he wanted. But out of respect for him he never went for it

    Get real.

    Hes said he has great respect for Floyd, so hes basically not going to do much against afloyd as well and it will purely be down to Alvarez letting him off the hook and not the fear of getting caught?
    Floyd ain't shot. No need to take it easy on him

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradlee180 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jehoshaphat View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by FinitoElDinamita View Post
    I can understand why mosley would feel that way. When you get hit with real accurate punches and shots that you dont see coming, they will hurt a lot more than it looks and he took a lot of those from floyd.

    Canelo may be heavier handed and his punches might have more muster but that doesnt necessarily mean that his shots can cause more pain.

    Floyd is a dangerous puncher due to his speed, timing, and punch placement.

    Mosley fought both so he knows this.
    Good point. Thats another thing to factor in. Precision brings power as well.
    This is strange: dude negative-repped me while leaving a positive comment: "Actually very good point. I forgot about his brittle hands."
    Are you a fence-sitter, jehoshaphat?!
    Do you go both ways?

    You have to make up your mind, son, you're behaving like a wishy-washy, burning-the-candle-at-both-ends type..
    I negative repped you? I didn't even know you could do that. That was an accident and I am in no way a fence sitter. I don't know what you mean by going both ways but I hope that it is boxing related. If I ever feel strongly against someone's opinion then I'll post on the thread and not negative rep them then at least we can talk it out. Once again I didn't mean to negative rep you and I didn't even know that was an option.
    Last edited by jehoshaphat; 09-04-2013 at 04:25 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Demise View Post
    Alvarez has always had great respect for Mosley. He took it easy on him. He could of stopped him if he wanted. But out of respect for him he never went for it
    Lol.

    What a stupid statement.

    I heard canelo took it easy on trout as well. He likes to pretend hes tired in the later rounds.

    Bloody hell..whats next!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Demise View Post
    Alvarez has always had great respect for Mosley. He took it easy on him. He could of stopped him if he wanted. But out of respect for him he never went for it
    Lol.

    What a stupid statement.

    I heard canelo took it easy on trout as well. He likes to pretend hes tired in the later rounds.

    Bloody hell..whats next!?
    You haven't even seen the fight. So why comment on it? If you have seen it than tell me in which round Alvarez tried to stop him in? After the 1st round the fight was already his. Yet he never went for the stoppage. Why? Out of respect for him. Learn to read between the fucking lines. It's really not that hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanflicker View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    He was the only man to put Trout down.
    True but Trout himself never really fought anyone outside of a washed up Cotto.
    This statement is so not true!!! In the amateur he was dropped by Vanes Martirosyan in the first round. He finished the round but he got dropped with the same punch

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    Default Re: Mosley says PBF and Canelo have about the same punching power

    Quote Originally Posted by Beanflicker View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    He was the only man to put Trout down.
    True but Trout himself never really fought anyone outside of a washed up Cotto.

    *washed up Cotto? the same Cotto that was teeing off on Mayweather at the end of their fight?... Cotto didn't just lose, he got dominated..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Demise View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Violent Demise View Post
    Alvarez has always had great respect for Mosley. He took it easy on him. He could of stopped him if he wanted. But out of respect for him he never went for it
    Lol.

    What a stupid statement.

    I heard canelo took it easy on trout as well. He likes to pretend hes tired in the later rounds.

    Bloody hell..whats next!?
    You haven't even seen the fight. So why comment on it? If you have seen it than tell me in which round Alvarez tried to stop him in? After the 1st round the fight was already his. Yet he never went for the stoppage. Why? Out of respect for him. Learn to read between the fucking lines. It's really not that hard
    Or maybe he thought hell I don't wana break my hands on shanes iron noggin

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