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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 2:41 am 
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Definitely not a redemption for the Pacman?..your thoughts..:)

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 2:53 am 
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It would be 3-1-1 in favor of manny

You can compare it to best of 5 series

There are games that youve been blownout by the other team

But in the end

Its the score that counts.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:11 am 
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bojovel wrote:
It would be 3-1-1 in favor of manny

You can compare it to best of 5 series

There are games that youve been blownout by the other team

But in the end

Its the score that counts.

8)


Yes you're right. But definitely not good enough to silent the critics.
Remember JMM and others believe he won the first and 3rd fight.
Plus the fact that he KO the pacman in their 4th meeting.

Anyway, hope Pacman retires with great redemption! :)

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:33 am 
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art_87 wrote:
bojovel wrote:
It would be 3-1-1 in favor of manny

You can compare it to best of 5 series

There are games that youve been blownout by the other team

But in the end

Its the score that counts.

8)


Yes you're right. But definitely not good enough to silent the critics.
Remember JMM and others believe he won the first and 3rd fight.
Plus the fact that he KO the pacman in their 4th meeting.

Anyway, hope Pacman retires with great redemption! :)


There will always be criticts

Even his fights were he demolished his counterparts

History would prove the critics wrong.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 3:45 am 
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It doesn't really matter how Manny wins......just as long as he wins....he got completely careless by trying to KO JMM and look at what happened??? Only expectation I have for Pac is how he would train.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 4:47 am 
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bojovel wrote:
It would be 3-1-1 in favor of manny

You can compare it to best of 5 series

There are games that youve been blownout by the other team

But in the end

Its the score that counts.

8)



LOL! Boxing turned into a basketball.

Or the question should be, what if PAC win by just a very close split decision again???


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:41 am 
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I really believe that Manny won those 2 fights against JMM, I think what happened is,
Manny beat JMM in his game, the tactical fight, more of a chess match than an all out brawl, Manny and his camp is smart, they know the only way to beat JMM is that way, winning by points and not a KO, although not a very convincing and dominating win, its still a win.

Reason why JMM and his fans cried robbery, cause its not a really dominating win. but again you cannot dominate JMM he will counter-punch his way out of it, and u will get hurt or get KO'ed

Manny with his modesty and crowd-pleasing attitude accepted top ranks offer to fight JMM again, which I think was a wrong move, the Bob father dont care if Manny wins or loses he just wants another big pay day. so Bob promised the fans a fight ending in a KO, which is another wrong move. cause like I said, u can never KO JMM, you can hurt him, but KO I dont think so, and that gave so much pressure on Manny.. wanting to erase all doubts.. he goes for the kill, and got careless and ended up the one being on the canvass. . .

Dana White is right this is a stupid fight. Manny already beat JMM TWICE!

So if ever they fight again, I don't expect Manny to win a KO. TKO is possible though from cuts.
Manny's fans should expect Manny to win a decision. Don't fall into that trap that Manny needs to KO JMM to win or to avenge his loss.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:49 am 
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jamsky wrote:
bojovel wrote:
It would be 3-1-1 in favor of manny

You can compare it to best of 5 series

There are games that youve been blownout by the other team

But in the end

Its the score that counts.

8)



LOL! Boxing turned into a basketball.

Or the question should be, what if PAC win by just a very close split decision again???


So youre telling me that if a boxer won 10 times

11th time he lost to the same guy his fighting

That means the winner of the last fight is the better of the two?

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:53 am 
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Ideally, Manny will come into the Fight extremely well conditioned to make it a very high pace fight.

Manny doesn't need a Knockout to Redeem himself, A very impressive showing will do just as well.

If he can pepper, frustrate, bust up, bloody up and run JMM into the ground for a

Pillar to Post Beating, in dramatic fashion that may force NACHO to throw in the Towel and that would be quite a Victory.

If Nacho doesn't throw in the Towell but JMM's Face shows a Busted up Defeated Fighter, Ala Margarito,

then a 12 Round Decision over a Badly Beaten Opponent would be very impressive too, especially if the beat down

is big enough to make JMM hang up his gloves once and for all. That is how I would train Manny for the 5th Fight,

Do Not go for an Early Knockout, Make this a HIGH PACE fight, Run JMM into the Round, Pepper the Crap out of him, Bust

his face up and then open up all those scars on his Forehead and make him bleed like a Stuffed Pig and do not let up

on the Pace of the Fight, In fact, after the 8th Round, Pick up the Pace to the Point that JMM will be praying to get

Knocked out. Manny just has to be COMMITTED to training that Hard to Fight at that High Pace for 12 Rounds


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:55 am 
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HUNA wrote:
Ideally, Manny will come into the Fight extremely well conditioned to make it a very high pace fight.

Manny doesn't need a Knockout to Redeem himself, A very impressive showing will do just as well.

If he can pepper, frustrate, bust up, bloody up and run JMM into the ground for a

Pillar to Post Beating, in dramatic fashion that may force NACHO to throw in the Towel and that would be quite a Victory.

If Nacho doesn't throw in the Towell but JMM's Face shows a Busted up Defeated Fighter, Ala Margarito,

then a 12 Round Decision over a Badly Beaten Opponent would be very impressive too, especially if the beat down

is big enough to make JMM hang up his gloves once and for all. That is how I would train Manny for the 5th Fight,

Do Not go for an Early Knockout, Make this a HIGH PACE fight, Run JMM into the Round, Pepper the Crap out of him, Bust

his face up and then open up all those scars on his Forehead and make him bleed like a Stuffed Pig and do not let up

on the Pace of the Fight, In fact, after the 8th Round, Pick up the Pace to the Point that JMM will be praying to get

Knocked out. Manny just has to be COMMITTED to training that Hard to Fight at that High Pace for 12 Rounds

You mean like what he should have done last month ?
Ugh! He was on his way to doing just that.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 6:23 am 
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that ko loss is hard to redeem specially w/a ud win
the only win is also a ko similar if not greater than that one, but then its almost impossible...

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 6:26 am 
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phenoyz wrote:
that ko loss is hard to redeem specially w/a ud win
the only win is also a ko similar if not greater than that one, but then its almost impossible...

A UD win is good enough to me.
Terry Norris was KO'd badly by Simon Brown in Mexico ( undercard to JCC-Haugen ).
Terry came back and thoroughly outbox Brown in the rematch.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 6:36 am 
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A clear UD in his favor is enough of a redemption.

However, close eitherway type of win will just end it sourly.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 7:17 am 
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If there would be a 5th, doubtful of UD ending. Old habits die hard. Pacquiao will fight as always, aggressively and JMM, counterpunching defensively. Having said that, because of the brutal KO, Pacquiao will be entering the ring no doubt psychologically handicapped, and MAY fight tentatively and cautiously. Nacho, a great tactician himself, will prepare JMM for a tentative Pacquiao. They already have the fight plan for an aggressive Pacquiao - the one that brutally KO'd him. Now, can the Pacquiao War Room outsmart JMM's? In order to achieve this, Team Pacquiao MUST show that they really mean business. Number 1 on their To-Do List MUST be to clean house. Downsizing is the key. Get rid of the unnecessary personnel from the pastors to the kibitzers and the peanut gallery. They bring nothing but DISTRACTIONS. This is a MUST goal or else, they're just fooling themselves. Personally, I hope there won't be a 5th fight or any more fight for Pacquiao. He should retire and save himself from a potentially serious injury.

My 2 cents.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2013 7:22 am 
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^agree. either marquez goes down for good, or manny ends up on his face again. walang UD yang 5th i think.

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