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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 6:51 pm 
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If both of them are in their prime and in the same weight class, it is kind of difficult to tell.

Unless, of course, the contest is only about who speaks better English.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 8:06 pm 
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Kahit isama pa raw nya si Bobby Pacquiao.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:22 pm 
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PACQUIAO of course..!!! cmmon son..


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:53 pm 
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noel3393 wrote:
If both of them are in their prime and in the same weight class, it is kind of difficult to tell.

Unless, of course, the contest is only about who speaks better English.


“You think Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather are good right?” Kellerman asked radio co-host, Mercellus Wiley; a former pass rusher and defensive end for the Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers in the early 2000′s.

“Watch Donaire and tell me what you think. That’s all I’ll say,” the New Yorker added.

“Donaire is bad,” continued Kellerman, before explicitly stating that he could even become the first fighter to defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr whilst also edging Manny Pacquiao should he be a campaigner at 147lbs, and not 118lbs, where he currently holds the WBC and WBO titles. “If Donaire is a welterweight, he might even be the favorite against both of those guys.”

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:59 pm 
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Pre 2010....Easy win for Pacquiao....Now, it would be interesting as the worst thing that can ever happen to a boxer

happened to Manny Pacquiao.....HE GOT CIVILIZED.

There's a Reason that Silverman, Hauser, Bert Sugar and Emmanuel Steward were so Complimentary of Pacquiao.

Not since the Days of Duran, Pryor, Arguello, Hagler, Hearns and Leonard have we seen a Fighter take on more

top Competition than Manny Pacquiao and that is the reason for his Legendary Status.

Once DONAIRE collects some Hall of Fame Scalps from the likes of ABNER MARES, RIGOS, GAMBOAs, BRONERS
then and only then can DONAIRE be mentioned in the same breath as Manny Pacquiao

But for sure, Nonito has the Skills....Now he just needs to collect the SCALPS of TOP NOTCH Boxers


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 11:14 pm 
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HUNA wrote:
Pre 2010....Easy win for Pacquiao....Now, it would be interesting as the worst thing that can ever happen to a boxer

happened to Manny Pacquiao.....HE GOT CIVILIZED.

There's a Reason that Silverman, Hauser, Bert Sugar and Emmanuel Steward were so Complimentary of Pacquiao.

Not since the Days of Duran, Pryor, Arguello, Hagler, Hearns and Leonard have we seen a Fighter take on more

top Competition than Manny Pacquiao and that is the reason for his Legendary Status.

Once DONAIRE collects some Hall of Fame Scalps from the likes of ABNER MARES, RIGOS, GAMBOAs, BRONERS
then and only then can DONAIRE be mentioned in the same breath as Manny Pacquiao

But for sure, Nonito has the Skills....Now he just needs to collect the SCALPS of TOP NOTCH Boxers


i would say filipino flash already almost close of being equal with pac in ability as a fighter few more wins against mares, and rigendoaux then he is equal pac or even surpass pac in abilty as a p4p boxer ...but then flash is far behind pac in terms of achievement, earnings and popularity.


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2013 11:58 pm 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 12:23 pm 
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theDon wrote:
noel3393 wrote:
If both of them are in their prime and in the same weight class, it is kind of difficult to tell.

Unless, of course, the contest is only about who speaks better English.


“You think Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather are good right?” Kellerman asked radio co-host, Mercellus Wiley; a former pass rusher and defensive end for the Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers in the early 2000′s.

“Watch Donaire and tell me what you think. That’s all I’ll say,” the New Yorker added.

“Donaire is bad,” continued Kellerman, before explicitly stating that he could even become the first fighter to defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr whilst also edging Manny Pacquiao should he be a campaigner at 147lbs, and not 118lbs, where he currently holds the WBC and WBO titles. “If Donaire is a welterweight, he might even be the favorite against both of those guys.”

http://onthebeak.com/2011/08/21/max-kel ... naire-524/

Manny always had trouble handling very good counterpunchers like Juan Manuel Marquez.

Nonito belongs to the same elite group of fighters.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 1:50 pm 
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noel3393 wrote:
theDon wrote:
noel3393 wrote:
If both of them are in their prime and in the same weight class, it is kind of difficult to tell.

Unless, of course, the contest is only about who speaks better English.


“You think Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather are good right?” Kellerman asked radio co-host, Mercellus Wiley; a former pass rusher and defensive end for the Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers in the early 2000′s.

“Watch Donaire and tell me what you think. That’s all I’ll say,” the New Yorker added.

“Donaire is bad,” continued Kellerman, before explicitly stating that he could even become the first fighter to defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr whilst also edging Manny Pacquiao should he be a campaigner at 147lbs, and not 118lbs, where he currently holds the WBC and WBO titles. “If Donaire is a welterweight, he might even be the favorite against both of those guys.”

http://onthebeak.com/2011/08/21/max-kel ... naire-524/

Manny always had trouble handling very good counterpunchers like Juan Manuel Marquez.

Nonito belongs to the same elite group of fighters.



right on the button.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 2:24 pm 
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technical draw. :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 2:35 pm 
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It could go either way imo.

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 4:14 pm 
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HUNA wrote:
Pre 2010....Easy win for Pacquiao....Now, it would be interesting as the worst thing that can ever happen to a boxer

happened to Manny Pacquiao.....HE GOT CIVILIZED.

There's a Reason that Silverman, Hauser, Bert Sugar and Emmanuel Steward were so Complimentary of Pacquiao.

Not since the Days of Duran, Pryor, Arguello, Hagler, Hearns and Leonard have we seen a Fighter take on more

top Competition than Manny Pacquiao and that is the reason for his Legendary Status.

Once DONAIRE collects some Hall of Fame Scalps from the likes of ABNER MARES, RIGOS, GAMBOAs, BRONERS
then and only then can DONAIRE be mentioned in the same breath as Manny Pacquiao

But for sure, Nonito has the Skills....Now he just needs to collect the SCALPS of TOP NOTCH Boxers

Manny Pacquiao "GOT CIVILIZED"? What do you exactly mean by that?

Does becoming CIVILIZED a bad thing to be for a boxer?


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 7:28 pm 
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nycsk8ter wrote:
HUNA wrote:
Pre 2010....Easy win for Pacquiao....Now, it would be interesting as the worst thing that can ever happen to a boxer

happened to Manny Pacquiao.....HE GOT CIVILIZED.

There's a Reason that Silverman, Hauser, Bert Sugar and Emmanuel Steward were so Complimentary of Pacquiao.

Not since the Days of Duran, Pryor, Arguello, Hagler, Hearns and Leonard have we seen a Fighter take on more

top Competition than Manny Pacquiao and that is the reason for his Legendary Status.

Once DONAIRE collects some Hall of Fame Scalps from the likes of ABNER MARES, RIGOS, GAMBOAs, BRONERS
then and only then can DONAIRE be mentioned in the same breath as Manny Pacquiao

But for sure, Nonito has the Skills....Now he just needs to collect the SCALPS of TOP NOTCH Boxers


i would say filipino flash already almost close of being equal with pac in ability as a fighter few more wins against mares, and rigendoaux then he is equal pac or even surpass pac in abilty as a p4p boxer ...but then flash is far behind pac in terms of achievement, earnings and popularity.

They have contrasting styles.

Nonito is more economical in the volume of his punches but is no less effective and deadly than Manny.


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2013 8:32 pm 
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i see pac beating nonito like pac vs. morales 2 fight

nonito and morales are almost identical in style except that morales loves to slug it out
morales in his prime is a tactical fighter and a counterpuncher just like nonito

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 18, 2013 10:25 am 
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honestly speaking donaires style is the achilles hill of pacquiao. It would be the same as pac jmm 4. Donaire by KO in less than 6 rounds minus the disconfigured face of JMM. :shock:

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