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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:13 am 
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I'm willing to bet the thread starter.....I GOT MANNY ON THIS FIGHT.....

Put your money where your mouth is..... :D :) :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:16 am 
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JMM is to Bernard Hopkins as Pac is to Roy Jones Jr. When he hit 34, all went downhill for Roy Jones Jr. while Hopkins remains a force to reckon even at 47. Boxing fundamentals and skills can sustain a fighter in the long run but speed and athleticism can't as obviously they are the first to disappear as the fighter gets older.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:05 am 
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You only saw bulging muscles and then you say he's improving? C'mon bro...you're better than that...


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:17 am 
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Marquez have all ears for what Nacho and Heredia will tell him to do, now Roach and Ariza have to argue and debate first with Manny. :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:19 am 
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:21 am 
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theDon wrote:
Let's face it, Pacquiao is not the same fighter who had spectacular wins against Ricky Hatton, Oscar dela Hoya, Erik Morales, and Miguel Cotto. His last three fights were proof of that (vs. Mosley, Marquez III, Bradley).

I believe he will lose his upcoming fight against Juan Manuel Marquez, if the judges call it properly. He made sure of that by starting his training camp very late. And changing his style will only ensure his loss. Also, I am quite sure he won't be able to muster his old fire back. He just doesn't have it anymore.

It would be best if Pacquiao retires after another bad performance, or a loss, to Marquez. Continuing to fight will only tarnish his hard-earned legacy. An all-too-probable knockout loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. or even Saul Alvarez won't look good in his resume once he winds up his career.

So, boxing fans, just expect the totally expected: "Pacquiao may lose the upcoming fight." I am a big fan of Pacquiao, but it's not so hard to figure out that our idol is not the same fighter who ended the careers of Oscar dela Hoya and Ricky Hatton.

If Pacquiao wins, then great! But it would be best to expect a loss so you, Pacquiao fanatics, won't have a heart attack. My two cents lang po . . .

be optimistic my brother :D

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:25 am 
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the boss wrote:
be optimistic my brother :D

Hehe. Okay.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:27 am 
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theDon wrote:
“His best opportunity to knock out Marquez was the first fight! That’s a given,” said Andales. “And every fight, Marquez is improving and Pacman declining if we have to graph the performance.”

Andales, a Cebu-born aeronatics engineer in a major US firm, said there should be no surprises on Dec. 8. “Especially now that Manny’s heart is not for boxing anymore.”

http://philboxing.com/news/story-77806.html


Pacquiao's declining performance metric:

  • First fight - 3 knockdowns
  • Second fight - 1 knockdown
  • Third fight - 0 knockdown
  • Fourth fight - ________


Get crackin'!!
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:31 am 
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theDon wrote:
“His best opportunity to knock out Marquez was the first fight! That’s a given,” said Andales. “And every fight, Marquez is improving and Pacman declining if we have to graph the performance.”

Andales, a Cebu-born aeronatics engineer in a major US firm, said there should be no surprises on Dec. 8. “Especially now that Manny’s heart is not for boxing anymore.”

http://philboxing.com/news/story-77806.html


Pacquiao's declining performance metric:

  • First fight - 3 knockdowns
  • Second fight - 1 knockdown
  • Third fight - 0 knockdown
  • Fourth fight - ________


Every fight, JMM back-pedals more and more...

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:32 am 
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theDon wrote:
“His best opportunity to knock out Marquez was the first fight! That’s a given,” said Andales. “And every fight, Marquez is improving and Pacman declining if we have to graph the performance.”

Andales, a Cebu-born aeronatics engineer in a major US firm, said there should be no surprises on Dec. 8. “Especially now that Manny’s heart is not for boxing anymore.”

http://philboxing.com/news/story-77806.html


Pacquiao's declining performance metric:

  • First fight - 3 knockdowns
  • Second fight - 1 knockdown
  • Third fight - 0 knockdown
  • Fourth fight - ________



How about

Pacquiao's declining performance metric:

First fight - 3 knockdowns
Second fight - 1 knockdown
Third fight - 0 knockdown
Fourth fight - 120-119 UD (?) ;)

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:21 am 
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theDon wrote:
“His best opportunity to knock out Marquez was the first fight! That’s a given,” said Andales. “And every fight, Marquez is improving and Pacman declining if we have to graph the performance.”

Andales, a Cebu-born aeronatics engineer in a major US firm, said there should be no surprises on Dec. 8. “Especially now that Manny’s heart is not for boxing anymore.”

http://philboxing.com/news/story-77806.html


Pacquiao's declining performance metric:

  • First fight - 3 knockdowns
  • Second fight - 1 knockdown
  • Third fight - 0 knockdown
  • Fourth fight - ________



[*]First fight - 3 knockdowns - salvage a draw (w/o the scoring error of one of the judges mp should had won vis SD)
[*]Second fight - 1 knockdown - had only needed 1 KD to win via SD
[*]Third fight - 0 knockdown - had won MD w/o a single KD
[*]Fourth fight - ________- come dec. 8, and we will find out :biglaugh:

and yes MP is declining, doesn't need much of a KD to win against JMM.. :biglaugh:


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:36 am 
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takot lang kayo matalo si Pacquiao.....

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:47 am 
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theDon wrote:
Let's face it, Pacquiao is not the same fighter who had spectacular wins against Ricky Hatton, Oscar dela Hoya, Erik Morales, and Miguel Cotto. His last three fights were proof of that (vs. Mosley, Marquez III, Bradley).

I believe he will lose his upcoming fight against Juan Manuel Marquez, if the judges call it properly. He made sure of that by starting his training camp very late. And changing his style will only ensure his loss. Also, I am quite sure he won't be able to muster his old fire back. He just doesn't have it anymore.

It would be best if Pacquiao retires after another bad performance, or a loss, to Marquez. Continuing to fight will only tarnish his hard-earned legacy. An all-too-probable knockout loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. or even Saul Alvarez won't look good in his resume once he winds up his career.

So, boxing fans, just expect the totally expected: "Pacquiao may lose the upcoming fight." I
am a big fan of Pacquiao, but it's not so hard to figure out that our idol is not the same fighter who ended the careers of Oscar dela Hoya and Ricky Hatton.

If Pacquiao wins, then great! But it would be best to expect a loss so you, Pacquiao fanatics, won't have a heart attack. My two cents lang po . . .


Hey bro. What's the difference between Pac fanatics to being a big fan??


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:26 am 
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theDon wrote:
Let's face it, Pacquiao is not the same fighter who had spectacular wins against Ricky Hatton, Oscar dela Hoya, Erik Morales, and Miguel Cotto. His last three fights were proof of that (vs. Mosley, Marquez III, Bradley).

I believe he will lose his upcoming fight against Juan Manuel Marquez, if the judges call it properly. He made sure of that by starting his training camp very late. And changing his style will only ensure his loss. Also, I am quite sure he won't be able to muster his old fire back. He just doesn't have it anymore.

It would be best if Pacquiao retires after another bad performance, or a loss, to Marquez. Continuing to fight will only tarnish his hard-earned legacy. An all-too-probable knockout loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. or even Saul Alvarez won't look good in his resume once he winds up his career.

So, boxing fans, just expect the totally expected: "Pacquiao may lose the upcoming fight." I am a big fan of Pacquiao, but it's not so hard to figure out that our idol is not the same fighter who ended the careers of Oscar dela Hoya and Ricky Hatton.

If Pacquiao wins, then great! But it would be best to expect a loss so you, Pacquiao fanatics, won't have a heart attack. My two cents lang po . . .



Pactards are indeed endangered species. The TS, who used to be one of the most solid pactards, has finally seen the light.


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