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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 9:46 am 
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http://8countnews.com/index.php/boxing- ... arado.html

LAME.. i guess pac will be fighting one of these bums. i think he'd KO either one fairly quick, both guys are slow and haven't showed much skill. if pac does happen to lose somehow tho.. he a BUM!


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LAME.. i guess pac will be fighting one of these bums. i think he'd KO either one fairly quick, both guys are slow and haven't showed much skill. if pac does happen to lose somehow tho.. he a BUM!





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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 12:46 pm 
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Pac will have to win big.....and please don't expect anymore KO result.

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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 1:51 pm 
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yah actually... if he doesn't KO then it will be like margorito where the guy is basically just fighting to make it to the final bell..


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yah actually... if he doesn't KO then it will be like margorito where the guy is basically just fighting to make it to the final bell..

We need to see it in Pac's eye if he still has what it takes...if that fire is still there.

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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 6:13 pm 
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I think the only full fledged welterweight guy Pacquiao fought, without a catchweight, was Clottey. But since he just stood there like a punching bag all night long, I see Pacquiao still untested at 147.

Now TR comes with 2 more guys who just came from 130 lbs... truly lame.
But then again, who else is out there?

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Suga Rye wrote:
I think the only full fledged welterweight guy Pacquiao fought, without a catchweight, was Clottey. But since he just stood there like a punching bag all night long, I see Pacquiao still untested at 147.

Now TR comes with 2 more guys who just came from 130 lbs... truly lame.
But then again, who else is out there?



if clottey fought back and took his chances he could have pull the upset. did you see pacmans face after the fight and clottey only threw very few punches. in my opinion clottey hits the hardest amongst pacmans opponents with the exception of the "memo punch"


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democrat wrote:
Suga Rye wrote:
I think the only full fledged welterweight guy Pacquiao fought, without a catchweight, was Clottey. But since he just stood there like a punching bag all night long, I see Pacquiao still untested at 147.

Now TR comes with 2 more guys who just came from 130 lbs... truly lame.
But then again, who else is out there?



if clottey fought back and took his chances he could have pull the upset. did you see pacmans face after the fight and clottey only threw very few punches. in my opinion clottey hits the hardest amongst pacmans opponents with the exception of the "memo punch"


Yes I noticed that.
For whatever reason, it was obvious Clottey was holding back.

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Suga Rye wrote:
democrat wrote:
Suga Rye wrote:
I think the only full fledged welterweight guy Pacquiao fought, without a catchweight, was Clottey. But since he just stood there like a punching bag all night long, I see Pacquiao still untested at 147.

Now TR comes with 2 more guys who just came from 130 lbs... truly lame.
But then again, who else is out there?



if clottey fought back and took his chances he could have pull the upset. did you see pacmans face after the fight and clottey only threw very few punches. in my opinion clottey hits the hardest amongst pacmans opponents with the exception of the "memo punch"


Yes I noticed that.
For whatever reason, it was obvious Clottey was holding back.



i still think that Pac's best weight would be in the 140 lbs. division, that is where he was at his deadliest.

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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 1:35 pm 
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JCOOL2329 wrote:
We need to see it in Pac's eye if he still has what it takes...if that fire is still there.

I believe this as well.

His commitment to boxing was lacking in his last few fights because his so-called hunger was no longer there.

And once the hunger leaves a boxer, the decline starts.


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democrat wrote:
Suga Rye wrote:
I think the only full fledged welterweight guy Pacquiao fought, without a catchweight, was Clottey. But since he just stood there like a punching bag all night long, I see Pacquiao still untested at 147.

Now TR comes with 2 more guys who just came from 130 lbs... truly lame.
But then again, who else is out there?



if clottey fought back and took his chances he could have pull the upset. did you see pacmans face after the fight and clottey only threw very few punches. in my opinion clottey hits the hardest amongst pacmans opponents with the exception of the "memo punch"


uh... what about margorito? he probaby punches harder than clottey.. and weighs a hell of a lot more. he hit pac with some shots and pac took them. those body shots he landed were pretty brutal too. clottey wasn't gonna fight back because he knew that if he opened up he woulda got KO'd, simple as that.


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rios is a good fight....

it will be dubbed..

LOSER 1 vs LOSER 2

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jjbclife wrote:
democrat wrote:
Suga Rye wrote:
I think the only full fledged welterweight guy Pacquiao fought, without a catchweight, was Clottey. But since he just stood there like a punching bag all night long, I see Pacquiao still untested at 147.

Now TR comes with 2 more guys who just came from 130 lbs... truly lame.
But then again, who else is out there?



if clottey fought back and took his chances he could have pull the upset. did you see pacmans face after the fight and clottey only threw very few punches. in my opinion clottey hits the hardest amongst pacmans opponents with the exception of the "memo punch"


uh... what about margorito? he probaby punches harder than clottey.. and weighs a hell of a lot more. he hit pac with some shots and pac took them. those body shots he landed were pretty brutal too. clottey wasn't gonna fight back because he knew that if he opened up he woulda got KO'd, simple as that.



I doubt it. Margarito, though a big welterweight is a volume puncher. Clottey on the other hand throws less but with more powerful blows. Just check pacs face after he fought both and compare the punch stats.


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fuego wrote:
rios is a good fight....

it will be dubbed..

LOSER 1 vs LOSER 2




Rios is the perfect option to test if pacman still has it. It would not be as easy as a lot thinks. It will test pacmans stamina as Rios will surely push forward all night and pacman needs to be in top conditon if he plans go toe to toe unless he will dance around and outbox Rios.


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