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Author:  dsource1981 [ Fri Jun 10, 2011 12:34 pm ]
Post subject:  'Money Pacquiao': How Pacquiao became Floyd's daddy

'Money Pacquiao': How Manny Pacquiao became Floyd Mayweather, Jr.'s 'daddy'

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When ESPN's Tony Reali mentioned Mayweather's announcement about fighting Ortiz on the show 'Around the Horn', he described Mayweather's opponent as 'AKA Not Manny Pacquiao'. ESPN analyst Michael Wilbon calls Mayweather a 'coward' for avoiding Pacquiao. And when Mayweather is asked about fighting Pacquiao, he either stutters, dodges the question, denies negotiations ever happened despite HBO officials refuting his claim, brings out drug testing or avoids mentioning Pacquiao's name altogether.

While Pacquiao graces covers of Time Magazine, TV commercials, Nike billboards, most of Mayweather's publicity is coming mostly from TMZ for the wrong reasons. Imagine Pacquiao going from being covered by every major media outlet getting all the high praise, to simply doing exclusives with me here at Examiner.com and all he does is brag about his riches and talk badly about another fighter, I'd be the first to tell Pacquiao himself "Wow! How far you've fallen." From getting respect and coverage from majority of media outlets like the aforementioned ESPN, Ring Magazine et. al, now all the respect he gets is from a blog site that might very well consider changing it's name to FloydHype.com.

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Author:  jolz [ Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 'Money Pacquiao': How Pacquiao became Floyd's daddy

dsource1981 wrote:
'Money Pacquiao': How Manny Pacquiao became Floyd Mayweather, Jr.'s 'daddy'

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY: http://www.examiner.com/filipino-sports ... oxing-fans

When ESPN's Tony Reali mentioned Mayweather's announcement about fighting Ortiz on the show 'Around the Horn', he described Mayweather's opponent as 'AKA Not Manny Pacquiao'. ESPN analyst Michael Wilbon calls Mayweather a 'coward' for avoiding Pacquiao. And when Mayweather is asked about fighting Pacquiao, he either stutters, dodges the question, denies negotiations ever happened despite HBO officials refuting his claim, brings out drug testing or avoids mentioning Pacquiao's name altogether.

While Pacquiao graces covers of Time Magazine, TV commercials, Nike billboards, most of Mayweather's publicity is coming mostly from TMZ for the wrong reasons. Imagine Pacquiao going from being covered by every major media outlet getting all the high praise, to simply doing exclusives with me here at Examiner.com and all he does is brag about his riches and talk badly about another fighter, I'd be the first to tell Pacquiao himself "Wow! How far you've fallen." From getting respect and coverage from majority of media outlets like the aforementioned ESPN, Ring Magazine et. al, now all the respect he gets is from a blog site that might very well consider changing it's name to FloydHype.com.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY: http://www.examiner.com/filipino-sports ... oxing-fans


wrong forum :)

Author:  dsource1981 [ Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 'Money Pacquiao': How Pacquiao became Floyd's daddy

jolz wrote:
dsource1981 wrote:
'Money Pacquiao': How Manny Pacquiao became Floyd Mayweather, Jr.'s 'daddy'

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY: http://www.examiner.com/filipino-sports ... oxing-fans

When ESPN's Tony Reali mentioned Mayweather's announcement about fighting Ortiz on the show 'Around the Horn', he described Mayweather's opponent as 'AKA Not Manny Pacquiao'. ESPN analyst Michael Wilbon calls Mayweather a 'coward' for avoiding Pacquiao. And when Mayweather is asked about fighting Pacquiao, he either stutters, dodges the question, denies negotiations ever happened despite HBO officials refuting his claim, brings out drug testing or avoids mentioning Pacquiao's name altogether.

While Pacquiao graces covers of Time Magazine, TV commercials, Nike billboards, most of Mayweather's publicity is coming mostly from TMZ for the wrong reasons. Imagine Pacquiao going from being covered by every major media outlet getting all the high praise, to simply doing exclusives with me here at Examiner.com and all he does is brag about his riches and talk badly about another fighter, I'd be the first to tell Pacquiao himself "Wow! How far you've fallen." From getting respect and coverage from majority of media outlets like the aforementioned ESPN, Ring Magazine et. al, now all the respect he gets is from a blog site that might very well consider changing it's name to FloydHype.com.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY: http://www.examiner.com/filipino-sports ... oxing-fans


wrong forum :)


yikes! sorry mods!

Author:  panday [ Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 'Money Pacquiao': How Pacquiao became Floyd's daddy

Try to get a credential to Floyd's press conference.....I remember that he specifically ordered his publicist to decline interview
from Filipino press in his last fight.

Author:  jolz [ Fri Jun 10, 2011 1:51 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 'Money Pacquiao': How Pacquiao became Floyd's daddy

dsource1981 wrote:
jolz wrote:
dsource1981 wrote:
'Money Pacquiao': How Manny Pacquiao became Floyd Mayweather, Jr.'s 'daddy'

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY: http://www.examiner.com/filipino-sports ... oxing-fans

When ESPN's Tony Reali mentioned Mayweather's announcement about fighting Ortiz on the show 'Around the Horn', he described Mayweather's opponent as 'AKA Not Manny Pacquiao'. ESPN analyst Michael Wilbon calls Mayweather a 'coward' for avoiding Pacquiao. And when Mayweather is asked about fighting Pacquiao, he either stutters, dodges the question, denies negotiations ever happened despite HBO officials refuting his claim, brings out drug testing or avoids mentioning Pacquiao's name altogether.

While Pacquiao graces covers of Time Magazine, TV commercials, Nike billboards, most of Mayweather's publicity is coming mostly from TMZ for the wrong reasons. Imagine Pacquiao going from being covered by every major media outlet getting all the high praise, to simply doing exclusives with me here at Examiner.com and all he does is brag about his riches and talk badly about another fighter, I'd be the first to tell Pacquiao himself "Wow! How far you've fallen." From getting respect and coverage from majority of media outlets like the aforementioned ESPN, Ring Magazine et. al, now all the respect he gets is from a blog site that might very well consider changing it's name to FloydHype.com.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY: http://www.examiner.com/filipino-sports ... oxing-fans


wrong forum :)


yikes! sorry mods!


btw, your article is good..keep it up dsource..:)

Author:  boredtodeath [ Fri Jun 10, 2011 2:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 'Money Pacquiao': How Pacquiao became Floyd's daddy

dsource1981 wrote:
jolz wrote:
dsource1981 wrote:
'Money Pacquiao': How Manny Pacquiao became Floyd Mayweather, Jr.'s 'daddy'

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY: http://www.examiner.com/filipino-sports ... oxing-fans

When ESPN's Tony Reali mentioned Mayweather's announcement about fighting Ortiz on the show 'Around the Horn', he described Mayweather's opponent as 'AKA Not Manny Pacquiao'. ESPN analyst Michael Wilbon calls Mayweather a 'coward' for avoiding Pacquiao. And when Mayweather is asked about fighting Pacquiao, he either stutters, dodges the question, denies negotiations ever happened despite HBO officials refuting his claim, brings out drug testing or avoids mentioning Pacquiao's name altogether.

While Pacquiao graces covers of Time Magazine, TV commercials, Nike billboards, most of Mayweather's publicity is coming mostly from TMZ for the wrong reasons. Imagine Pacquiao going from being covered by every major media outlet getting all the high praise, to simply doing exclusives with me here at Examiner.com and all he does is brag about his riches and talk badly about another fighter, I'd be the first to tell Pacquiao himself "Wow! How far you've fallen." From getting respect and coverage from majority of media outlets like the aforementioned ESPN, Ring Magazine et. al, now all the respect he gets is from a blog site that might very well consider changing it's name to FloydHype.com.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE WHOLE STORY: http://www.examiner.com/filipino-sports ... oxing-fans


wrong forum :)


yikes! sorry mods!



dsource1981 ===>>> Tamodarized - Fuego :lol: :lol: :lol:

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