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Thread: Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao

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    Floyd Mayweather, Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao

    Any boxing fans in here? It's a long shot but my $ is on Manny!

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    What is boxing...? Oh OK I just googled it.
    My bet is it goes the distance. Neither one of these guys has knocked out an opponent out in years.

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    I've not seen either of them fight for a while but i think Floyd will be coming out on top

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    Was wondering if anyone would speak of this, I'd love to see Manny take it but knowing Floyd and how he runs away all the time it'll prob go to a tight decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeropjc View Post
    Was wondering if anyone would speak of this, I'd love to see Manny take it but knowing Floyd and how he runs away all the time it'll prob go to a tight decision.
    The truth be told! How many fights has Mayweather dodged, ducked, dived, and dodged, back-peddled and won on decision by a handful of points? Manny goes after his opponent, Floyd just tries to win. That makes sense, but not what I consider boxing.

    Plus, Mayweather has been convicted of domestic violence five times, did a measly 90 day stint in jail once, and has more money than anyone will ever need (I think the winner is guaranteed 40 mil and 60 to the winner plus some).

    Besides being undefeated professionaly, I hope Mayweather gets creamed just to shut him up for a bit, and I think Manny is the better fighter.

    Manny should just put his toes in the middle of the ring and see if Mayweather ever even actually tries to bring it to him. I'd love to see a couple or more rounds of Manny staying put and asking Mayweather if he really wants to fight. And I mean verbally, out loud. Let the fans boo Mayweather for a bit and see if he actually steps up and tries to "fight".


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    Summary, it looks like that's exactly what happened with it. I didn't watch, but the points is where he won it at. Some of the commentary indicated he didn't stay close.

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    Nope, typical Floyd fight. He was a little more active offensively, but his defense stymied Pac. Pac never got a chance to open up. Floyd kept moving and clinching and took Pac out of his gameplan. Boring fight, but most of Floyd's are.

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