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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2018 4:11 pm 
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Manny by UD if he is at a 100%. I just read that baboy fernandez and fortune are already criticizing freddie's return. Bad training camp? Probably, yes.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 12:33 am 
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Bolo_Punch wrote:
Broner will be punished by Manny's power punches in 5 rounds of the first 7 rounds,
Then in 8th , a left straight will kd Broner, he'll rise up only to be met by powerful
combo of punches.Groggy & unable to defend himself, ref will stop the fight.
Pacquiao by KO in 8th. Any bet folks? :D


Pacman will win, but I don't know if by KO. Once Broner feels the power and speed, he will probably just try to survive well.

Pacman said he can't stop laughing looking at Broner's face, it might affect him :lol:


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 24, 2018 10:04 am 
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Mathysee as I watched his fight we could see him brawling every opponents, but with Manny he became wary in his attack. He's not that aggressive. Broner will also hesitate after Manny will do his combo.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 8:22 pm 
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Manny is not slowing down, his shadow boxing for combination is still terribly fast and strong. I can't see a decision result it would not even go to the distance.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 30, 2018 9:09 pm 
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Manny by UD or TKO (highly unlikely though)

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:17 am 
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edroland wrote:
Manny by UD or TKO (highly unlikely though)


Matthysse win might be Pacquiao's final KO/TKO/RTD fight if he continues to fight young champions... Broner is tough and hard to catch...

He can only increase that 39 KOs if he fights the likes of Judah, Corley or Alvarado... :?

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 01, 2018 5:24 pm 
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Broner is easy to be upset when he failed to land his power punches, I think he will brawl Manny and might be out of composure. Then Manny will finish him as early as he can.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 7:26 am 
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With this article we can now know that Manny ia not a washed out fighter.




“Friction, what friction?"



Was how Many Pacquiao’s chief trainer Buboy Fernandez greeted this Outsider in the second day of the World Boxing Association welterweight champion’s training camp on Tuesday at the Elorde Boxing Gym inside the vast Mall of Asia commercial complex in Pasay.

Your Outsider wanted his thoughts on the reported brewing trouble within the camp as an offshoot of Pacquiao’s surprising decision to rehire his former trainer of 16 years Freddie Roach to supervise the current preparation the reigning 147-pound titlist is undergoing.

“Fake news yun,” the fortly boyhood pal of the fighting senator averred with a mixture of joke and sincerity. “Kayo talagang media, hilig nyong guluhin ang maayos na situwasyon,” Buboy said smiling. “Wala namang gulo, sasabiin nyo agad magkakagulo.”

Turning serious, Buboy said what prevailed in the team upon hearing Pacquiao’s decision on Roach was surprise. “Medyo na-surprise talaga kami. Wala kaming kahina-hinalang may ganung desisyong gagawin. So, when media men approached me and of other members of the team, me, in particular couldn’t offer any answer to their questions.”

Buboy added the more surprised was he when he read the following day that he, along with conditioning coach was hurt by the decision and that will oppose it, etc. “Wala akong sinabing ganoong mga bagay na gagawin namin. Sino ba kami para mag-oppose sa desisyon ng boss?”

“What those who wrote these things still didn’t know is we have one of of slogans ‘Manny KNows’. Meaning lahat ng aming ginagawa tungkol sa boxing career ni Manny ay galing sa utak nya at sa utak naming na pinagsama-sama. Even the way we will conduct his training here in the country is a product of our collegial efforts that comprises in one program.”

To Buboy, who is taking a time out from his campaigning for vice mayor in Polangui in Albay to preside over Pacquiao’s preps for his coming fight with challenger Adrien Broner, explained that what they have started as training scheme serves as the foundation of what they will do in the next seven weeks of preparations. Gagawin naming lahat dito yan sa camp sa Manila, bring it over to GenSan to Los Angeles the next tree weeks and Las Vegas, the last week of our preparedness program.

“We, Justin, Haplas (Fernandez) and Nonoy (Neri) and everybody in the training team are one in implementing all these the past at week without coach Freddie having any say and with the approval of Manny. We will continue doing them when we move to GenSan in the second leg of the program, to Los Angeles in the third stop then to Las Vegas on the final week.”

Pacquiao’s subsequent order was, according to Buboy was clear: coach Freddie’s job will be supervisory in nature. He can suggest whatever it is, or are, in his mind and we’ll follow them for as long as they fit the program. “we’re one in this undertaking: To make Manny at his best comes fight time and win. Anything contrary to that should not be allowed.“

“Hindi naman sa kami’y nagyayabang or something to that effect, but we, this team, believe we’ve just found the way how to bring Manny back to his old fighting form during his last fight against (Lucas) Matthysse, whom he knocked out to win back the welterweight title na hindi nagawa noong nakalipas na siyam na taon.

“When Manny lost nga to (Jeff) Horn, sabi ng marami mag-retire na, laos na. But we, Manny himself, believed otherwise. So, we formulated a program, we implemented it and we proved our point albeit shocking the non-believers, whos still had the temerity to diagnose that it was Matthysse pala who’s washed out and not Manny in their effort to belittle Manny’s accomplishment.

“What they conveniently forgot was in the entire 12 weeks of preparations, the longest we had, ay ginugol namin ang lahat ng gabi at araw noong buong tatlong buwang iyon para pag-aralan kung paanong makapagpapatulog muli si Manny ng kalaban.”

“We’re only given a much shorter time preparing for this coming fight, but believe me, alam na mamin kung paano taalunin si Broner. We’ll again show all and sundry, epecially his fans, how strong, how fast, how smart Manny still is,”

Photo: Trainer Buboy Fernandez (L) does the mitts with Manny Pacquiao at the Elorde Gym in Pasay City at Pacquiao's initial phase of training for his upcoming fight against American Adrien Broner.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 4:45 pm 
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With recent fight robberies, Pacquiao should be very careful... The only way to victory against Broner in a Haymon card would be via KO...

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 9:09 am 
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thedarkdragon11 wrote:
With recent fight robberies, Pacquiao should be very careful... The only way to victory against Broner in a Haymon card would be via KO...


Pac right now belongs in Haymon's PBC universe.....and even though Pac's a newcomer in Haymon's fold, I'm sure Al knows how much Pac is worth to his organization. He can make far bigger fights with his stellar line-up of welterweights and Pac than with Broner. Bum decisions are always a possibility anywhere, pero sa tingin ko naman in this fight it's not Pac against a hometown boy

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 10:41 am 
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PeluBoy wrote:
thedarkdragon11 wrote:
With recent fight robberies, Pacquiao should be very careful... The only way to victory against Broner in a Haymon card would be via KO...


Pac right now belongs in Haymon's PBC universe.....and even though Pac's a newcomer in Haymon's fold, I'm sure Al knows how much Pac is worth to his organization. He can make far bigger fights with his stellar line-up of welterweights and Pac than with Broner. Bum decisions are always a possibility anywhere, pero sa tingin ko naman in this fight it's not Pac against a hometown boy


Pacquiao just partnered with PBC... Just like when JMM (under Zanfer), Horn (under Main Event), Algieri (under Ringstar) and Rigo (under Caribe) partnered with TR, and Khan and Algieri (under Matchroom) partnered with PBC...

Let's just hope for the fights not to be rigged... If I'm not mistaken, PBC has no (if not a few) robbery incidents in major cards so far, even with partner boxers...

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2018 2:30 pm 
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Pac will knockout Broner in Six.

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Death by a thousand left straights...

I see a 9th or 10th round TKO...

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2018 2:45 pm 
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The last time Pacquiao beat a prime, legit opponent was 2 years ago in Vargas and was almost robbed... While Broner isn't legit, he's in his prime and has the style difficult for Pacquiao...

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2018 2:27 am 
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Pacman seems to be mastering his uppercut everytime while in practice ...


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