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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:43 am 
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Wow, there are lot flomo bandwagoners here. Yeah, you gotta give credit where credit is due, but too much of it makes you a floydiot d’rider, why? Because you tend to forget “truth” things about Floyd very quickly and behave more and more like the typical flomo d’rider.
Now snap back to reality, look!
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Floyd forced lightweights in Marquez and Guerrero to fight him at WW bout(147). Forcing them to move up 2 division up.
Floyd fought de la hoya, Cotto and Mosley who were already damaged goods.Five years ago, these same fighters who were then on their prime/peak were rejected by Floyd...Floyd waited these fighters to become washed up before fighting them.
Floyd ducked Margarito.......
Floyd was caught 3x using PED and USADA covered up the results.
Floyd was obsessed on USADA so his addiction to PED will be covered up.No fight if it isn't USADA.
Floyd loves to fight smaller fighter, past his prime fighter and inexperience fighter...
Floyd wants his fellow JR MW - 154 champion in unification fight at 152.WOW!!! Floyd fought Cotto and De La Hoya at full 154, why he doesn't want to fight Canelo at full 154....What's the main reason?...
Floyd "0" loss record are due to cherry picking his opponents.He made sure that he gain all the advantages against his opponents.
Floyd is a runner...a coward..a cherry picker....a ped user....
Floyd doesn't have any quality fights.


bro, you may also add Floyda's dragging up fights.. he's also blatant at that category.
Floyduck loves to fight BLOATED not only dehydrated fighters.
He dragged smaller fighter named Hatton to 147lbs -Welterweight. Dragged up, cheated and fought a bloated and another smaller fighter in Marquez... and dragged up also 140 pounder named Victor Ortiz to 147lbs. that sucks........ BIGTIME CHEATER! :biglaugh:



In addition to that, actually he fought Arturo Gatti (RIP) at 140lbs which obviously wasn’t Gatti’s best weight; surely we can say that was a bloated Gatti (and past prime). Ok, now he dragged down legit 154lbs champ young Canelo to 152lbs and beat him there, what a monumental win! Yes! Truly he’s one of the best… AT THE BOTTOM with legends like Hagler, Hearns, Sugar Ray, Duran, and I guess Iran Barkley could also beat him.
And do you still remember how he negotiated “fight weight” with Pacquiao then?

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 8:45 am 
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floydiots and bandwagoners pasok :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:35 am 
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Would Floyd beat Pacquiao? Would Pacquiao beat Floyd?
Since they ain't fighting/never will be... there will be NO precise answers to that question.
Although Pacquiao has the tools to make it interesting potentially at least... Pac as energizer bunny and rapid straight left could cause Floyd a few problems and Floyd's shoulder roll, great footwork and quick reflexes impose great problems with Pac.. we dunno, I'm going with "to see is to believe" axiom.
For sure, father time catches up to everyone eventually, and I, like many others, can't wait for the day that someone is able to put a small dent in Floyd's ginormous ego.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:06 am 
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BlackEagle wrote:
Wow, there are lot flomo bandwagoners here. Yeah, you gotta give credit where credit is due, but too much of it makes you a floydiot d’rider, why? Because you tend to forget “truth” things about Floyd very quickly and behave more and more like the typical flomo d’rider.
Now snap back to reality, look!
Blitzky22 wrote:
kamikaze_ero wrote:
Floyd forced lightweights in Marquez and Guerrero to fight him at WW bout(147). Forcing them to move up 2 division up.
Floyd fought de la hoya, Cotto and Mosley who were already damaged goods.Five years ago, these same fighters who were then on their prime/peak were rejected by Floyd...Floyd waited these fighters to become washed up before fighting them.
Floyd ducked Margarito.......
Floyd was caught 3x using PED and USADA covered up the results.
Floyd was obsessed on USADA so his addiction to PED will be covered up.No fight if it isn't USADA.
Floyd loves to fight smaller fighter, past his prime fighter and inexperience fighter...
Floyd wants his fellow JR MW - 154 champion in unification fight at 152.WOW!!! Floyd fought Cotto and De La Hoya at full 154, why he doesn't want to fight Canelo at full 154....What's the main reason?...

Floyd "0" loss record are due to cherry picking his opponents.He made sure that he gain all the advantages against his opponents.
Floyd is a runner...a coward..a cherry picker....a ped user....
Floyd doesn't have any quality fights.


bro, you may also add Floyda's dragging up fights.. he's also blatant at that category.
Floyduck loves to fight BLOATED not only dehydrated fighters.
He dragged smaller fighter named Hatton to 147lbs -Welterweight. Dragged up, cheated and fought a bloated and another smaller fighter in Marquez... and dragged up also 140 pounder named Victor Ortiz to 147lbs. that sucks........ BIGTIME CHEATER! :biglaugh:



In addition to that, actually he fought Arturo Gatti (RIP) at 140lbs which obviously wasn’t Gatti’s best weight; surely we can say that was a bloated Gatti (and past prime). Ok, now he dragged down legit 154lbs champ young Canelo to 152lbs and beat him there, what a monumental win! Yes! Truly he’s one of the best… AT THE BOTTOM with legends like Hagler, Hearns, Sugar Ray, Duran, and I guess Iran Barkley could also beat him.
And do you still remember how he negotiated “fight weight” with Pacquiao then?



Please don't forget Paul Williams. And the on and off retirements to cycle out those PEDs. Sorry Floydtards, but these are common knowledge for someone who actually followed Floyd's career before Pac came into the picture, and the main reason why Pac was voted Fighter of the Decade was not because Pac was a better fighter than Floyd, but because he actually "fought" within 2000 and 2010. Unlike Floyd who was busy ducking all the fighters he was "suppose" to fight. :shock:


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:44 am 
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Correct bro.
I'll repeat this:
You know Floydie, he's had a lot of protectors in his career...
He's had Margarito protected him against prime Cotto
Williams protected him against prime Margarito
He's had Quintana protected him against Williams
He's had Williams again protected him against Wright
Marquez protected him against Pacquiao
The fact that he's a bitch.. protects himself against Martinez, who will gain a protector when old as hell Martinez finally loses.
And now, he got Canelo protected him against Trout.

Now he PASSED (dehydrated?) Canelo in catchweight.

Who's next?

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:02 am 
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You do know Canelo was 15 lbs heavier on fight night ?
Pac won his 8th title on a catchweight VACANT title fight . That was a scam.
Canelo won the jr middle belt after Pac vacated it on a catchweight fight as well.

Floidy might have been scamming all these years, but it sure has added well for him in terms of cash and legacy.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:31 am 
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JoeyInCali wrote:
You do know Canelo was 15 lbs heavier on fight night ?
Pac won his 8th title on a catchweight VACANT title fight . That was a scam.
Canelo won the jr middle belt after Pac vacated it on a catchweight fight as well.

Floidy might have been scamming all these years, but it sure has added well for him in terms of cash and legacy.

True, but you can't remove the fact and cliche that he's had history of ducking and fighting only bloated and drained good boxers. And for this he can't be called the best in his era


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:40 am 
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Fighters always re-hydrates the way Alvarez did.
Alvarez was at the 152-pound contract limit, but weighed 165 when he entered the ring.
Right, proportionately he was fast but not fast enough to cope up with Floyd's quickness.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:44 am 
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JoeyInCali wrote:
You do know Canelo was 15 lbs heavier on fight night ?
Pac won his 8th title on a catchweight VACANT title fight . That was a scam.
Canelo won the jr middle belt after Pac vacated it on a catchweight fight as well.

Floidy might have been scamming all these years, but it sure has added well for him in terms of cash and legacy.


I agree some of TS's points are a bit reaching, but most are a bit difficult to deny, even if you're a Mayweather fan. Just as we can't deny that Pac's career resembles Floyd's in certain terms such as catch-weight fights.

Canelo's belt was won at 154 vs Trout if I'm not mistaken. As far as being 15 pounds heavier, I still think cutting down to 152 took away what little advantage Canelo had. Not to take away anything from Floyd, but he shouldn't have settled for the catch weight. That fight would have had the same outcome, boring.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:48 am 
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Mojo98 wrote:
JoeyInCali wrote:
You do know Canelo was 15 lbs heavier on fight night ?
Pac won his 8th title on a catchweight VACANT title fight . That was a scam.
Canelo won the jr middle belt after Pac vacated it on a catchweight fight as well.

Floidy might have been scamming all these years, but it sure has added well for him in terms of cash and legacy.

True, but you can't remove the fact and cliche that he's had history of ducking and fighting only bloated and drained good boxers. And for this he can't be called the best in his era


You can say the same about Pacquiao. Truth is Floyd has looked better than Pacquiao more than ever.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 12:02 pm 
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Lifer wrote:
Mojo98 wrote:
JoeyInCali wrote:
You do know Canelo was 15 lbs heavier on fight night ?
Pac won his 8th title on a catchweight VACANT title fight . That was a scam.
Canelo won the jr middle belt after Pac vacated it on a catchweight fight as well.

Floidy might have been scamming all these years, but it sure has added well for him in terms of cash and legacy.

True, but you can't remove the fact and cliche that he's had history of ducking and fighting only bloated and drained good boxers. And for this he can't be called the best in his era


You can say the same about Pacquiao. Truth is Floyd has looked better than Pacquiao more than ever.


I think there's no question that Floyd has always been better skilled than Pacquiao, the argument for boxing fans was that, Pac had the foot and hand speed to match Floyd's. Even now, as Floyd shows his boxing superiority over Pac's, seeing both of them fight in the ring is still a better match up than A Mere Con. Unfortunately for us, it will never happen because Floydtards insist that there's no point in it. SMH...


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 12:03 pm 
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Lifer wrote:
Mojo98 wrote:
JoeyInCali wrote:
You do know Canelo was 15 lbs heavier on fight night ?
Pac won his 8th title on a catchweight VACANT title fight . That was a scam.
Canelo won the jr middle belt after Pac vacated it on a catchweight fight as well.

Floidy might have been scamming all these years, but it sure has added well for him in terms of cash and legacy.

True, but you can't remove the fact and cliche that he's had history of ducking and fighting only bloated and drained good boxers. And for this he can't be called the best in his era


You can say the same about Pacquiao. Truth is Floyd has looked better than Pacquiao more than ever.

Truth?
For ducking, quacking, Fighting bloated, drained good boxers?
Floydy will never look good, ever!
Only Floydiots like you can claim that :biglaugh:


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 12:06 pm 
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inbituin wrote:
I think there's no question that Floyd has always been better skilled than Pacquiao, the argument for boxing fans was that, Pac had the foot and hand speed to match Floyd's. Even now, as Floyd shows his boxing superiority over Pac's, seeing both of them fight in the ring is still a better match up than A Mere Con. Unfortunately for us, it will never happen because Floydtards insist that there's no point in it. SMH...



Well fact is Pacquiao just got knocked out. Until he shows us that he can still compete at the highest level then there's no point in a Floyd vs PAC fight.

Honestly Manny doesn't even have to KO Rios. A convincing win propels him back into the contention. This is modern day boxing. You are judged based on your last fight.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 12:16 pm 
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Lifer wrote:
inbituin wrote:
I think there's no question that Floyd has always been better skilled than Pacquiao, the argument for boxing fans was that, Pac had the foot and hand speed to match Floyd's. Even now, as Floyd shows his boxing superiority over Pac's, seeing both of them fight in the ring is still a better match up than A Mere Con. Unfortunately for us, it will never happen because Floydtards insist that there's no point in it. SMH...



Well fact is Pacquiao just got knocked out. Until he shows us that he can still compete at the highest level then there's no point in a Floyd vs PAC fight.

Honestly Manny doesn't even have to KO Rios. A convincing win propels him back into the contention. This is modern day boxing.
You are judged based on your last fight.


Yep! Modern boxing! That is - when you know you're ahead, take a bike and back pedall till the bell ring then collect your prize! - Floydiots

This is the very reason that boxing is dying when Floyd is claiming the no. 1 spot.

Pwe!!


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Lifer wrote:
inbituin wrote:
I think there's no question that Floyd has always been better skilled than Pacquiao, the argument for boxing fans was that, Pac had the foot and hand speed to match Floyd's. Even now, as Floyd shows his boxing superiority over Pac's, seeing both of them fight in the ring is still a better match up than A Mere Con. Unfortunately for us, it will never happen because Floydtards insist that there's no point in it. SMH...



Well fact is Pacquiao just got knocked out. Until he shows us that he can still compete at the highest level then there's no point in a Floyd vs PAC fight.

Honestly Manny doesn't even have to KO Rios. A convincing win propels him back into the contention. This is modern day boxing. You are judged based on your last fight.


I agree with Pacquiao having to beat Rios first, that's obvious. But as far as "highest level" goes, Pac vs Floyd is still a better match up than Floyd vs Khan. It makes even more sense from Floyd's point of view since it erases all doubts that Pac isn't in his level and finally shut the critics up.

I don't see what "modern day boxing" has to do with this fight happening, when both fighter's resume' is comparable to the other and both have yet to get in the ring against each other. What the hell does "modern day boxing" even mean? Floydtards just love to make up shi+ to keep this fight from happening. smh again...


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