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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2007 4:01 pm 
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PBF still need to win his match against ODLH.. upto this point, eventhough manny won against a BUM, p4p king between pac and pbf is still arguable.. if pbf will win against odlh, he will cement the #1 rank even if manny will win against jmm..

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i agree... floyd is the best he'd beat michael johnson anytime anywhere :biglaugh:

he'd also beat klitscho in a 100 meter dash :biglaugh:


NICE ONE KAPITAN! :beer: :biglaugh:


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Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
i agree... floyd is the best he'd beat michael johnson anytime anywhere :biglaugh:

he'd also beat klitscho in a 100 meter dash :biglaugh:


NICE ONE KAPITAN! :beer: :biglaugh:


floyd is certainly p4p no doubt about it brother.. he'd beat both michael johnson and lydia de vega in a tag team match :biglaugh:


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Wrong math!

Even Pac's bums are better than Flawed Mayweather's!
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and what's the point of being p4p no.1 if people boos your lame a$$ performance? it's always better to deliver what the people want the way manny does than to run around the ring like your opponent is infected with ebola or something...


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kapitansayote wrote:
Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
i agree... floyd is the best he'd beat michael johnson anytime anywhere :biglaugh:

he'd also beat klitscho in a 100 meter dash :biglaugh:


NICE ONE KAPITAN! :beer: :biglaugh:


floyd is certainly p4p no doubt about it brother.. he'd beat both michael johnson and lydia de vega in a tag team match :biglaugh:


FLOYD is definitely the world's best pound4pound "sprinter" :toast: :bounce1:


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I GOT ONE FOR YOU PACWANFAN whatever:>>>

In San Antonio last weekend, neither Jorge Arce nor Manny Pacquiao looked as good as he has in other fights. The difference was that Manny Pacquiao’s worst was still better than Jorge Solis’ best – and not much worse than Pacquiao’s best – while Jorge Arce’s less-than best was nowhere near as good as Mijares’ best.

That brings us to an observation about what makes a champion. Greatness is not necessarily about eliminating bad days. Greatness is about narrowing the qualitative distance between one’s best and one’s worst. On his worst day, Manny Pacquiao looks only a bit slower and duller than he does on his best day. And that is why Manny Pacquiao will remain the world’s best fighter for at least a little while longer.

Link:>>> http://15rounds.com/Columns/bbarry/alamodome-041607.php

NOW, WHAT DO YOU THINK? :idea: :?: :?: :?: :banghead: :idea2: :biglaugh: :lol: :chainsaw:


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Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
i agree... floyd is the best he'd beat michael johnson anytime anywhere :biglaugh:

he'd also beat klitscho in a 100 meter dash :biglaugh:


NICE ONE KAPITAN! :beer: :biglaugh:


floyd is certainly p4p no doubt about it brother.. he'd beat both michael johnson and lydia de vega in a tag team match :biglaugh:


FLOYD is definitely the world's best pound4pound "sprinter" :toast: :bounce1:


haha you got that right mr. vasquez! hehe

check this out pbf is doing the chicken dance :biglaugh:
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Israel Vasquez wrote:
I GOT ONE FOR YOU PACWANFAN whatever:>>>

In San Antonio last weekend, neither Jorge Arce nor Manny Pacquiao looked as good as he has in other fights. The difference was that Manny Pacquiao’s worst was still better than Jorge Solis’ best – and not much worse than Pacquiao’s best – while Jorge Arce’s less-than best was nowhere near as good as Mijares’ best.

That brings us to an observation about what makes a champion. Greatness is not necessarily about eliminating bad days. Greatness is about narrowing the qualitative distance between one’s best and one’s worst. On his worst day, Manny Pacquiao looks only a bit slower and duller than he does on his best day. And that is why Manny Pacquiao will remain the world’s best fighter for at least a little while longer.

Link:>>> http://15rounds.com/Columns/bbarry/alamodome-041607.php

NOW, WHAT DO YOU THINK? :idea: :?: :?: :?: :banghead: :idea2: :biglaugh: :lol: :chainsaw:


haha nice read! heheh

this pix fits pbf best :biglaugh:

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ANiMeX wrote:
I agree!!!


Agree with what?

The question is in Tagalog, how come you understood it?

Stop fooling around amigo... :shock:


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pacfanquiao wrote:
even this guy agrees with me!!!!

Pacquiao's win lacks drama

Norm Frauenheim
The Arizona Republic
Apr. 15, 2007 07:40 PM
Manny Pacquiao might have done enough to ensure that he is introduced as a congressman the next time he fights, but he probably lost a few votes Saturday in his pound-for-pound race against Floyd Mayweather Jr. with his victory against unknown Jorge Solis in San Antonio.

Pacquiao, who is running for a seat in the Filipino Congress, was competent in scoring an eighth-round TKO, yet his victory on promoter Bob Arum's pay-per-view production fell short of the drama that is an impossible expectation after his compelling rise to stardom.

Pacquiao's run of brilliance leaves no room for missteps, even in victory. It's not whether he wins; it's how he does it. On the entertainment and pound-for-pound scale, his stoppage of Solis ranks alongside Mayweather's dull decision against Carlos Baldomir in November.
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Pacquiao's political campaign, which resumes this week in the Philippines with Arum at his side, had to be a distraction. A more significant factor might have been the absence of Freddie Roach at his training camp.

Roach, who is training Oscar De La Hoya for a May 5 showdown with Mayweather, left De La Hoya's camp for a day to be in Pacquiao's corner Saturday.

But Roach's long-term absence might explain why Pacquiao, who was bloodied in a head butt, was sloppy in the early rounds. There wasn't much of a plan evident at the opening bell.

Pacquiao said he wants a rematch of his draw against Juan Manuel Marquez. It's a good thing he didn't get his wish Saturday night.

Marquez would have beat him.

http://www.azcentral.com/sports/columns ... r0416.html


Since when did a knockout victory rank alongside a dull decision??? Of course the fight lacked brilliance because Manny's opponent is not anywhere near Morales, Marquez or Barrera's league...was it really that hard for you to comprehend?????????????????????????? :?


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yeah....right...


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kapitansayote wrote:
Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
i agree... floyd is the best he'd beat michael johnson anytime anywhere :biglaugh:

he'd also beat klitscho in a 100 meter dash :biglaugh:


NICE ONE KAPITAN! :beer: :biglaugh:


floyd is certainly p4p no doubt about it brother.. he'd beat both michael johnson and lydia de vega in a tag team match :biglaugh:


FLOYD is definitely the world's best pound4pound "sprinter" :toast: :bounce1:


haha you got that right mr. vasquez! hehe

check this out pbf is doing the chicken dance :biglaugh:
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HAHAHA, NICE ONE!=) If that punch came from ODLH, PBF would surely visit the CANVASS FOR GOOD! :boxing: :biglaugh: >The chicken dance really fits his him well "RUNNER MAYWEATHER!". Hope he wears a "CHICKEN COSTUME" in his ring entrance against ODLH! :bounce1:


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pacfanquiao wrote:
With the performance of manny against solis, it only cemented the truthfulness of Great floyd as the real pound for pound king!!!

Mabuhay si Mayweather!!!

Sang ayon ka ba kabayan???? :D




did floyd also uses white cement to cement his p4p status?:D


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Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
Israel Vasquez wrote:
kapitansayote wrote:
i agree... floyd is the best he'd beat michael johnson anytime anywhere :biglaugh:

he'd also beat klitscho in a 100 meter dash :biglaugh:


NICE ONE KAPITAN! :beer: :biglaugh:


floyd is certainly p4p no doubt about it brother.. he'd beat both michael johnson and lydia de vega in a tag team match :biglaugh:


FLOYD is definitely the world's best pound4pound "sprinter" :toast: :bounce1:


haha you got that right mr. vasquez! hehe

check this out pbf is doing the chicken dance :biglaugh:
Image

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HAHAHA, NICE ONE!=) If that punch came from ODLH, PBF would surely visit the CANVASS FOR GOOD! :boxing: :biglaugh: >The chicken dance really fits his him well "RUNNER MAYWEATHER!". Hope he wears a "CHICKEN COSTUME" in his ring entrance against ODLH! :bounce1:


haha :biglaugh: i like the chicken costume :biglaugh:

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