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PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2006 8:06 am 
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yeah, he'll fight Valuev right?

and after the fight.

he'll come to me ...

and i'll knock him off..

that's the time he will retire ............

........whew.......

eh eh eh :evil:


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After fighting Bobby Pacquiao.

Pinakyaw na natin tol! :D


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2006 5:07 am 
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Kadyo wrote:
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When Do u think is the best Time , Manny should retire?




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He should retire to bed every night.


MWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!! :D


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EM 3
then Juarez (if he beats MAB)
then MAB 2 (if MAB beats Juarez)
Valero (as tune up match)
then Barrios ....most dangerous...yet not as popular as the mexicans.
the way PAC fights--that is taking punches to throw his own--he should have taken WAY TOO MANY HITS IN THE HEAD after all the fights mentioned above
that retiring at the peak of his career would be way better than getting injured permanently. How do you think Pac can enjoy his millions and his family if if he's turned into another cross-eyed navarrete.


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manny should retire when he already unified the belts of the superfeatherweight division! :D


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PACMAN started his career weighing 106 lbs. The Great Pac-Man has moved up 24 pounds! On his way up he defeated top-level fighters one-by-one. At his age of only 27 he seems to be getting better and better every fight. A great boxer knows when to hang up his gloves... (maybe after knocking out mayweather...)


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prujosh wrote:
EM 3
then Juarez (if he beats MAB)
then MAB 2 (if MAB beats Juarez)
Valero (as tune up match)
then Barrios ....most dangerous...yet not as popular as the mexicans.
the way PAC fights--that is taking punches to throw his own--he should have taken WAY TOO MANY HITS IN THE HEAD after all the fights mentioned above
that retiring at the peak of his career would be way better than getting injured permanently. How do you think Pac can enjoy his millions and his family if if he's turned into another cross-eyed navarrete.


hhmmm... that will be great.. a guinesse world record holder will only be a tuneup for Pac.. :smoke: Image

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paoxav wrote:
prujosh wrote:
EM 3
then Juarez (if he beats MAB)
then MAB 2 (if MAB beats Juarez)
Valero (as tune up match)
then Barrios ....most dangerous...yet not as popular as the mexicans.
the way PAC fights--that is taking punches to throw his own--he should have taken WAY TOO MANY HITS IN THE HEAD after all the fights mentioned above
that retiring at the peak of his career would be way better than getting injured permanently. How do you think Pac can enjoy his millions and his family if if he's turned into another cross-eyed navarrete.


hhmmm... that will be great.. a guinesse world record holder will only be a tuneup for Pac.. :smoke: Image


hmmm,... :D


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josh_tadena wrote:
After fighting Bobby Pacquiao.

Pinakyaw na natin tol! :D

:lol:


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at age 30. Mr. Millionaire Pacquiao by that time. :)


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The best time for manny to retire is if he losses a fight to a very deserving contender, in that way he can pass on the duty to keep the division in its great popularity and excitement. I dont want to see him retire just to protect his record from blemishes in case of a loss. Of course I want manny to win every fight! No one wishes failure for his Idol. But for me a champions loss doesnt necessarily means he is less competitive and he is passed his prime. I see it as ceremony like of Changing of the Guards!


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pacmanboy wrote:
When Do u think is the best Time , Manny should retire?




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ru in a hurry?lets ask first nang dionisia?u want?way klaro nga panguana. ga promote raman kas imong website brod.


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good question, i think manny should retire at about 31 yrs old .


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brawler wrote:
were you expecting for a definite answer?


Yeah! Like Age of 31 yo/o, 10hours, 23 minutes and 59 secs.


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when he beat morales III Barrera II juan marquez II then?
barrios, juarez, valero then move up to lightweight and beat
corrales, castillo, freitas, chaves and then move up to welterweight division and face mayweather and margarito...
and if he accomplish that is time to retire


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