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 Post subject: Re: Manny humbled by JMM
PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 5:22 pm 
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MAYWEATHER-CASTILLO I was as controversial as MP-JMM's fights.. Did FMJ suffer indignity up to this date? No!

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Mayweather won the fight by using his jab effectively and by staying away from Castillo (45-5-1) much of the fight.[69] Also Mayweather, who injured his left shoulder on the last day of training, changed to a southpaw stance on several occasions to throw more right hands.

At the end of the fight, Harold Lederman had Castillo winning 115-111. ESPN's Max Kellerman disputed Lederman's dubious scoring, writing in his boxing column, the following: "Harold Lederman, the (HBO) unofficial ringside television judge, gave the third round to Castillo, which I think demonstrates that Mayweather suffers from the same scoring syndrome that afflicted Pernell Whitaker. Mayweather is so seldom hit cleanly in his face, that when a clean shot is landed against him it registers all out of proportion in the observer's mind. Meanwhile, the three clean shots Mayweather just landed against his opponent do not make the same kind of impression."[70]

Compubox statistics indicated that Castillo landed more overall punches and significantly more power shots over the course of the fight, however these statistics did not accurately reflect the judging as rounds are scored in isolation. Also, Mayweather out-scored Castillo with jabs thrown and landed. Lederman's scoring for this fight can be seen as inconsistent, for instance, in both of the Bernard Hopkins vs. Jermain Taylor fights, Lederman had Taylor winning, 115-113, despite Hopkins landing more overall punches and significantly more power shots over the course of both fights.[71][72] Jermain Taylor did throw and land more jabs.

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 Post subject: Re: Manny humbled by JMM
PostPosted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 9:15 pm 
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LuckyMichelle7 wrote:
Pac will suffer indignity for the rest of his life. That’s why he wants JMM again. Now he’s chasing JMM. It’s CAPITAL K Manny! Yes that’s KARMA!

Your colleagues have suffered too many indignities because of your physical jokes to them! Now you are punished by the Lord. He wants you to suffer with that same kind of feeling. Now how does it feel like Manny?

You don’t even have the guts to raise your hands up in the air after fighting JMM. And even though you won, you still sad, because JMM exposed the real Pacquiao. Yes JMM the 38-year old leftover of CHRIS JOHN and Mayweather.



VIDEO: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKj11uVppjc&feature=player_embedded



Did manny chase JMM? and whats with the title TS?

The last time I remembered, it was PACQUIAO who won.. PACQUIAO went to the side of the ring and prayed.. while MARQUEZ raised his arms for victory... even forgot to thank the almighty.. what happened?

THE proud was humbled...

No TS MANNY PACQUIAO humbled JMM...

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