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 Post subject: HERE COMES THE ANALYSTS
PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 7:11 pm 
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Every fight brings out the analyst in us. This is something we can never deny especially when intoxicated. But the best part of being one is that in our own little universe......


we thought we are intelligent than the fighters inside the ring..


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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 7:15 pm 
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From comments on PDI
"Why should anyone watch this lapsided fight on PPV. Why should anyone watch this ex-convict who thinks people are suckers and will watch him fight any mediocre fighter so he can generate millions of dollars while refusing to fight those boxers boxing fans wants him to see fight. This fight is so onesided and does not deserved to be watched at all. No matter how they hype their cheap marketing gimmickry to generate interest for this match I am not watching this fight. They can buy every sponsors, TV, and newspaper in town to market this


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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 7:17 pm 
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If Ghosts pushes hard towards Floyd when the latter performs a
shoulder roll bending backwards and sidewards, and then pumps overhand
rights on Floyd's temple, he can have some success. But for sure, it
would be an all-out, hands down Floyd Mayweather affair come May 4,
Saturday night. But since Mayweather will prove that Guerrero is not
his easy, convenient cherry-picked opponent, he will allow himself to
get whipped once in awhile then take a grip on the late rounds to
magnify his ring generalship. I'm not buying Showtime's PPV.


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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 7:20 pm 
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guerero will shock the world
big KO win for him

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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 7:48 pm 
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For me this is the fight to watch, the coming of age of Mayweather is the one to observe, I don't think Floydie can still do whatever he wanted to do inside the ring he is OLD, he will conserve his energy and wait for Guerrero's style but that will be a mistake, because the Ghost will pile up points. And if the fight goes the distance I don't think showtime will help him win the verdict.

If the sign of aging will show up on Floydie no smart promoter like showtime will let him continue the 5 remaining fights, they will persuade Floydie before its too late to take on Manny perhaps after the rematch with the Ghost to make the shortcut for the megabucks. Nobody knows what's gonna happen here. So this is the fight to watch.


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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 7:55 pm 
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gin03 wrote:
For me this is the fight to watch, the coming of age of Mayweather is the one to observe, I don't think Floydie can still do whatever he wanted to do inside the ring he is OLD, he will conserve his energy and wait for Guerrero's style but that will be a mistake, because the Ghost will pile up points. And if the fight goes the distance I don't think showtime will help him win the verdict.

If the sign of aging will show up on Floydie no smart promoter like showtime will let him continue the 5 remaining fights, they will persuade Floydie before its too late to take on Manny perhaps after the rematch with the Ghost to make the shortcut for the megabucks. Nobody knows what's gonna happen here. So this is the fight to watch.


If Floydie really show signs of aging somebody thinks he is not a PPV material anymore, he thinks he controlled everybody money speaks here he is a BLACK american if you are not popular anymore everybody would abandon you.


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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 9:04 pm 
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This fight will surely be a case study for Team Pacquaio....


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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 3:38 am 
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The way to beat floyd is to sustain a stiff jab and relentless body attack. Forget about head hunting. He wont be called prettyboy for nothing.


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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 4:44 am 
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Draw or Split decision by mayweather Toughest Fight of his career..

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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 6:29 am 
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Tarugo Sensei wrote:
guerero will shock the world
big KO win for him




Hisashi ! Is that you ?


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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 6:50 am 
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Gayrrero vs Gayweather.....hmmmp!...no eating below the belt!...hehehe...
The ghost should win by a brutal KO, so that no possible rematch will happen this year ....then mayweather will be forced to fight manny in November.... :D


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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 8:00 am 
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MANG_RESTY wrote:
Every fight brings out the analyst in us. This is something we can never deny especially when intoxicated. But the best part of being one is that in our own little universe......


we thought we are intelligent than the fighters inside the ring..


This is one of the most SENSIBLE comments i've read here in pacland.congrats dude 8)
These so-called boxing analysts should stop telling boxers what to do. They're just BS people you know.

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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 8:20 am 
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astr0b0y_CrushSiElla wrote:
MANG_RESTY wrote:
Every fight brings out the analyst in us. This is something we can never deny especially when intoxicated. But the best part of being one is that in our own little universe......


we thought we are intelligent than the fighters inside the ring..


This is one of the most SENSIBLE comments i've read here in pacland.congrats dude 8)
These so-called boxing analysts should stop telling boxers what to do. They're just BS people you know.


Perception of intelligence also depends on your level of intelligence. First, you have to distinguish an opinion from an analysis. Opinion can also be a matter of choice and preference. You simply favor one boxer over the other for some shallow reasons. One example, you hate Floyd, so you're rooting for Guerrero. That's not an analysis. But that's the most common opinions we hear in Pacland. Directly or indirectly expressed. Not all boxers use their intelligence inside the ring. Some are stubborn, some have limited skills and some find it difficult to adjust. We blame Donaire for not using his jabs and not throwing much against Rigondeaux. We were disappointed when Manny got careless against Marquez. These are intelligent boxers but they also commit mistakes. A lot of boxers commit mistakes caused by fatigue, overconfidence and carelessness. Sometimes it only takes some casual fans like us to notice that. So, we're not BS after all.


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PostPosted: Sun May 05, 2013 8:40 am 
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pacquiao shouldn't miss to watch this fight....

guerrero is also a southpaw that sometimes his style is almost the same pacquiao...

lets see if floyd can really adjust on a leftie opponent...


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MANG_RESTY wrote:
From comments on PDI
"Why should anyone watch this lapsided fight on PPV. Why should anyone watch this ex-convict who thinks people are suckers and will watch him fight any mediocre fighter so he can generate millions of dollars while refusing to fight those boxers boxing fans wants him to see fight. This fight is so onesided and does not deserved to be watched at all. No matter how they hype their cheap marketing gimmickry to generate interest for this match I am not watching this fight. They can buy every sponsors, TV, and newspaper in town to market this



how many laps does it take to make a LAPSIDED victory? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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