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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 7:58 am 
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http://espn.go.com/boxing/story/_/id/92 ... weather-jr

You'll not only appreciate what Money May has done in the ring (para sa mga true boxing fans), but from a business standpoint as well.


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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 8:08 am 
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"Pacquiao's relentless and sometimes reckless aggression in the ring is replicated in the cavalier manner with which he conducts his commercial interests. Conversely, Mayweather's judicious style of boxing, designed to minimize the possibility of danger by taking as few risks as possible, is matched by his savvy business acumen."

that says it all.

thanks brad. :D

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PostPosted: Thu May 16, 2013 8:32 am 
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Blazing Speed wrote:
"Pacquiao's relentless and sometimes reckless aggression in the ring is replicated in the cavalier manner with which he conducts his commercial interests. Conversely, Mayweather's judicious style of boxing, designed to minimize the possibility of danger by taking as few risks as possible, is matched by his savvy business acumen."

that says it all.

thanks brad. :D


May's boxing comes second only to being a businessman. God bless him. He deserves all the riches he's accumulated.


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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 5:21 am 
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its better to be safe than sorry?

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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 5:53 pm 
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pepeng_kaliwete wrote:
http://espn.go.com/boxing/story/_/id/9278525/manny-pacquiao-do-well-take-financial-cues-floyd-mayweather-jr

You'll not only appreciate what Money May has done in the ring (para sa mga true boxing fans), but from a business standpoint as well.




How to cherry picking his opponent & put a very know boxers in his undercard fight. :biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 8:16 pm 
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concon wrote:
pepeng_kaliwete wrote:
http://espn.go.com/boxing/story/_/id/9278525/manny-pacquiao-do-well-take-financial-cues-floyd-mayweather-jr

You'll not only appreciate what Money May has done in the ring (para sa mga true boxing fans), but from a business standpoint as well.




How to cherry picking his opponent & put a very know boxers in his undercard fight. :biglaugh:


That's part of the game. It's a business. Look at where each man's careers and earnings are at this point.


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Hit but don't get hit...

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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 8:23 pm 
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dwight wrote:
Hit but don't get hit...


That's the idea. But offensive-minded fighters get hit more often and the accumulation of punishment catches at some point in their careers. The body can only take so much.

Kaya takot si May kalabanin si Pac dati kasi parang di tinatablan kahit malalaki kalaban nya. Pero not this time...yun lang kelangan muna makabawi ni Pac bago sila magkaroon ng chance maglaban. Pero I doubt na mangyari pa to.


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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 8:25 pm 
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pepeng_kaliwete wrote:
dwight wrote:
Hit but don't get hit...


That's the idea. But offensive-minded fighters get hit more often and the accumulation of punishment catches at some point in their careers. The body can only take so much. Kaya nga takot si May kalabanin si Pac dati kasi parang di tinatablan kahit malalaki kalaban nya.


Manny should learn that style even if he's an offensive fighter...

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PostPosted: Fri May 17, 2013 8:32 pm 
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dwight wrote:
pepeng_kaliwete wrote:
dwight wrote:
Hit but don't get hit...


That's the idea. But offensive-minded fighters get hit more often and the accumulation of punishment catches at some point in their careers. The body can only take so much. Kaya nga takot si May kalabanin si Pac dati kasi parang di tinatablan kahit malalaki kalaban nya.


Manny should learn that style even if he's an offensive fighter...


Well, mukhang nabawasan na reflexes nya. Dun sya nagrerely para makaiwas sa mga suntok.


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Cheat whatever you could to ensure the W.





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Both guys have flaws which leaves a lot of room for criticisms, in and out of the ring. Floyd can learn to take risks in his fights and go for the finish and Manny can't fight one way against everyone he fights. That might not be his fault since it's what he was taught to do by Freddie.

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money teaches him how to spend.

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Dedication to his craft. Mayweather might have an abrasive persona, but for all his personal shortcomings, he has never cut corners when it came to his training. For all his natural talent and aptitude for the sport, he continues to perfect his craft.
And this is where Manny has failed in great measure as of late. Despite his seemingly humble demeanour, there is a failing on his part to continually hone his skills which has made him almost unbeatable atop the ring in the past.
Mayweather has always been a polished and skillful boxer but this hasn't deterred him from putting in gym hours. In contrast, Pacquiao was a raw talent who developed his skills in the course of his boxing career thru the same training and dedication. However the same work ethic which has worked wonders for him in the past has been compromised by his many interests. This despite the fact that there is still a great room for improvement in some aspects of his game.


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pepeng_kaliwete wrote:
http://espn.go.com/boxing/story/_/id/9278525/manny-pacquiao-do-well-take-financial-cues-floyd-mayweather-jr

You'll not only appreciate what Money May has done in the ring (para sa mga true boxing fans), but from a business standpoint as well.


I don't know but I don't appreciate it. His fight were mostly boring. And he avoided fighting Manny Pacquiao.
Maybe you appreciate what he did to boxing. But sorry, I don't.

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