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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 5:45 am 
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allanph wrote:
Manny is nearing retirement so no reason for rematch. He's last couple of fights should be against different fighter where he can solidify his legacy more than it already is.


I agree.

Pacman vs. Thurman II is a good fight. However, Pacquiao has limited time to still include a rematch to solidify his status as the best boxer.

Let us instead support his fight next year against the winner of Spence-Porter.

Porter mentioned that the best Welter today are only between him and Manny. Let us see if he can manage to knock-out Spence. If could not do it, then, a Pac-Spence is a good to watch.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:30 pm 
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A waste of time for Manny. I hope the MayPac II happens. I will watch it for sure

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 8:34 pm 
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simimik wrote:
allanph wrote:
Manny is nearing retirement so no reason for rematch. He's last couple of fights should be against different fighter where he can solidify his legacy more than it already is.


I agree.

Pacman vs. Thurman II is a good fight. However, Pacquiao has limited time to still include a rematch to solidify his status as the best boxer.

Let us instead support his fight next year against the winner of Spence-Porter.

Porter mentioned that the best Welter today are only between him and Manny. Let us see if he can manage to knock-out Spence. If could not do it, then, a Pac-Spence is a good to watch.
I think a Pac-Porter fight is a match better action-packed fight than a Pac-Spence fight. Although beating Spence will make Manny one of the greatest boxer of all time (within top 3 in the history)

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 10:44 pm 
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Beating Spence will surely secure Pac's legacy but to avenge his loss against floyd will have a better ending to his successful career as a boxer.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 11:49 pm 
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JCOOL2329 wrote:
Beating Spence will surely secure Pac's legacy but to avenge his loss against floyd will have a better ending to his successful career as a boxer.


Then, either PacMayII or PacSpence is okay, for me.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 4:30 pm 
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Pacquiao "It was a real fight"

It was a brutal and entertaining fight where both boxers would likely take a rest for the rest of the year. Does Thurman Deserves a rematch: For me Yes as he landed 190+ power shots if not for that 1st round KD and Pacquiao's superb conditioning the result may have been the other way around.

If ever there's a rematch Thurman will be more cautious but still engage in a brawl.

If you will ask me do i want to see a rematch Yes but i don't want to see Pacquiao getting hit with hard damaging shots against a bigger boxer.


Hope to see Pacquiao takes on Mickey Garcia.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:04 am 
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Thurman only need to fight Pac "One Time" and he blew it.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:18 am 
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I want to see Manny fight the winner of spencevsporter, I hope spence wins so that Manny can get his "0" 8)
Then negotiate with Bob to make a fight with crawford and get his "0". Then retire for good afterwards. Floydie is retired and will not get back to boxing I think, he might get hurt :) . Manny #1ATG!

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 08, 2020 6:40 pm 
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Manny Pacquiao's only legitimate loss ,in his prime, is against the great Mexican legend Erik Morales.
Pacquiao's fist loss was against Rustico Torrecampo. But its was because he wasn't able to make weight. And Pacquiao had to wear heavier gloves.
Pacquiao's second loss was against a Thailand boxer named Sangurat. Pacquiao stepped inside the ring severely dehydrated. A Filipino doctor once commented, Pacquiao fought inside the ring when he should have been admitted in the hospital.
Pacquiao's third loss was against the great Mexican legend Erik Morales. This is the only legitimate loss of Pacquiao's legendary career. Erik Morales fought Pacquiao toe to toe, speed for speed, power for power.
Pacquiao's fourth loss was against the Peds-loaded Juan Manuel Marquez. Nevertheless, Pacquiao was winning on all of the judges score cards. Until Marquez landed that lucky punch.
Pacquiao's fifth loss was against the prime and undefeated Tim Bradley. This fight was a robbery, the whole world knows that Pcquiao won the fight except for the three blind mice judges.
Pacquiao's sixth loss was against the American legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. Floyd fought a one-armed Pacquiao who had to undergo surgery after the fight . Pacquiao had a torn
rotator cuff that he suffered during the training.
Pacquiao's seventh loss was against the Australian boxer named Jeff Horn. Pacquiao clearly won that fight. It was a hometown decision from the judges who were afraid to disappoint the 52,000 plus Australian who were in attendance.

When everything has been said and done, Manny Pacquiao is the greatest boxer of all time, bar none!


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