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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:58 pm 
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FunkyDog wrote:
iba si pacquiao kay chocolatito.
kayang gumalaw ni pacquiao ng lateral pag malakas at matibay ang kalaban.
kahit kilala syang brawler.
si chocolatito pag sya na ang umatras patay na ang balanse nya at wala ng power ang mga suntok
pa abante lang talaga. at pag nalamangan na sa tibay at punching output, wala na.


Spot on pre, Manny's old moniker the Destroyer fits the bill a fast and agile small ship with great firepower, yun si Manny pacquiao hataw sa bilis at power, well power is relative isipin mo nalang kung gaano kalakas si Manny as a lightweight or junior welterweight kung kaya nyang saktan mga welter paano pa kaya yung mga kasinglaki lang nya. Manny has been outsized pretty much half of his career, si Gonzalez halfway palang ng naabot ni Manny tiklop na. Sa sabado tingnan natin si Canelo kung gaano talaga sya kagaling pag singlaki nya kalaban nya. I never really think highly of Alvarez feeling he just outweighs his opponents too much ngayon may utak at lakas na yung kaharap nya. Magkakaalamanan na.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 6:11 am 
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Humble wrote:
FunkyDog wrote:
iba si pacquiao kay chocolatito.
kayang gumalaw ni pacquiao ng lateral pag malakas at matibay ang kalaban.
kahit kilala syang brawler.
si chocolatito pag sya na ang umatras patay na ang balanse nya at wala ng power ang mga suntok
pa abante lang talaga. at pag nalamangan na sa tibay at punching output, wala na.


Spot on pre, Manny's old moniker the Destroyer fits the bill a fast and agile small ship with great firepower, yun si Manny pacquiao hataw sa bilis at power, well power is relative isipin mo nalang kung gaano kalakas si Manny as a lightweight or junior welterweight kung kaya nyang saktan mga welter paano pa kaya yung mga kasinglaki lang nya. Manny has been outsized pretty much half of his career, si Gonzalez halfway palang ng naabot ni Manny tiklop na. Sa sabado tingnan natin si Canelo kung gaano talaga sya kagaling pag singlaki nya kalaban nya. I never really think highly of Alvarez feeling he just outweighs his opponents too much ngayon may utak at lakas na yung kaharap nya. Magkakaalamanan na.


Ur right, bro. For me, Alvarez is facing d most

dangerous boxer that i think more skilled and

having a great power in his fists. These wiill

tests Canelo how tough he is.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:29 am 
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Navy Blue wrote:
Humble wrote:
FunkyDog wrote:
iba si pacquiao kay chocolatito.
kayang gumalaw ni pacquiao ng lateral pag malakas at matibay ang kalaban.
kahit kilala syang brawler.
si chocolatito pag sya na ang umatras patay na ang balanse nya at wala ng power ang mga suntok
pa abante lang talaga. at pag nalamangan na sa tibay at punching output, wala na.



Spot on pre, Manny's old moniker the Destroyer fits the bill a fast and agile small ship with great firepower, yun si Manny pacquiao hataw sa bilis at power, well power is relative isipin mo nalang kung gaano kalakas si Manny as a lightweight or junior welterweight kung kaya nyang saktan mga welter paano pa kaya yung mga kasinglaki lang nya. Manny has been outsized pretty much half of his career, si Gonzalez halfway palang ng naabot ni Manny tiklop na. Sa sabado tingnan natin si Canelo kung gaano talaga sya kagaling pag singlaki nya kalaban nya. I never really think highly of Alvarez feeling he just outweighs his opponents too much ngayon may utak at lakas na yung kaharap nya. Magkakaalamanan na.


Ur right, bro. For me, Alvarez is facing d most

dangerous boxer that i think more skilled and

having a great power in his fists. These wiill

tests Canelo how tough he is.


Nothing to take away from Canelo pero gaya ng ginawa kay Manny hinintay muna na mukhang humina bago nilabanan. Canelo has the edge in speed and boxing ability in my opinion pero mabigat talaga kamay ni GGG, sana magsabayan sila para walang excuses sa huli.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 9:48 am 
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Pacquiao should fight in Jnr Welterweight or lightweight , welterweight is to big for Pacquiao

AGREE ako dapat tanggapin nya na ang katawan natin ay nababawasan ng lakas at kakayahang tumanggap ng parusa sabay sa pag-edad.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:52 am 
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vicus2005 wrote:
Pacquiao should fight in Jnr Welterweight or lightweight , welterweight is to big for Pacquiao

AGREE ako dapat tanggapin nya na ang katawan natin ay nababawasan ng lakas at kakayahang tumanggap ng parusa sabay sa pag-edad.



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Did age catch up with the older boxers?
Age didn’t seem to affect Floyd Mayweather against Manny Pacquiao or Andre Berto, he finished his career unbeaten at 39 years old.
The average retirement age for footballers is 35 years old. Some move down to a lower standard before hanging up their boots.
So how do boxers manage to keep performing at the very top for such a long time?
Over 30 a problem?
The mean average age of an Olympian across all sports at London 2012 was 26 years old. In amateur boxing it was 24 years. Does this point to anything at all when we consider how far this is away from the ages of Cotto (35 years) and Klitschko (40 years, when he lost)
A lot is made of athletes being over the hill by the time they reach 30. But physiologically there’s probably not much difference, all things being equal.
Where we might see older athletes competing less well is probably due to a complex interaction of past injuries (that limit effective movement) or reasons for decreased motivation (due to years of mundane training camps).
Excessive weight gain and loss can also affect a boxers metabolic rate. This can increase difficulty in making weight – draining an athlete during camp and negatively affecting training and, in turn, strength and fitness.


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:45 pm 
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Rungvisai likes to brawl, i think Juan Francisco Estrada will outpoint him if they will fight. :)


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 7:57 pm 
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pilyo2bay wrote:
Rungvisai likes to brawl, i think Juan Francisco Estrada will outpoint him if they will fight. :)


This could be a much awaited fight.

And we will see if ur observation is correct


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 8:20 pm 
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exciting ang super flyweight ngayon.
meron tayong kababayan na world champion din sa Super flyweight.
si ancajas IBF title holder. matangkad sa superflyweight at kaliwete.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 8:48 pm 
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FunkyDog wrote:
exciting ang super flyweight ngayon.
meron tayong kababayan na world champion din sa Super flyweight.
si ancajas IBF title holder. matangkad sa superflyweight at kaliwete.


Wow!!! Magandang laban yan sa hinaharap


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 10:20 pm 
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Navy Blue wrote:
vicus2005 wrote:
Pacquiao should fight in Jnr Welterweight or lightweight , welterweight is to big for Pacquiao

AGREE ako dapat tanggapin nya na ang katawan natin ay nababawasan ng lakas at kakayahang tumanggap ng parusa sabay sa pag-edad.



These according to one writer. And I personally thank him!

Did age catch up with the older boxers?
Age didn’t seem to affect Floyd Mayweather against Manny Pacquiao or Andre Berto, he finished his career unbeaten at 39 years old.
The average retirement age for footballers is 35 years old. Some move down to a lower standard before hanging up their boots.
So how do boxers manage to keep performing at the very top for such a long time?
Over 30 a problem?
The mean average age of an Olympian across all sports at London 2012 was 26 years old. In amateur boxing it was 24 years. Does this point to anything at all when we consider how far this is away from the ages of Cotto (35 years) and Klitschko (40 years, when he lost)
A lot is made of athletes being over the hill by the time they reach 30. But physiologically there’s probably not much difference, all things being equal.
Where we might see older athletes competing less well is probably due to a complex interaction of past injuries (that limit effective movement) or reasons for decreased motivation (due to years of mundane training camps).
Excessive weight gain and loss can also affect a boxers metabolic rate. This can increase difficulty in making weight – draining an athlete during camp and negatively affecting training and, in turn, strength and fitness.


agree din sa 140 yet for noon andon ang pera sa 147...now may pera na din sa 140 sa mga caliber boxers now doon...but think bumigat na rin si manny at his age now..pag tumatanda kasi bumibigat tlaga...so baka di na nita kaya timbagin ang 140 pounder fight limit...

trans: money fights then is at 147...though with money fight now also at 140 with the caliber fighetrs thereat now...manny is think big enogh for such fight limit for gaining weight and be it of a natural weight is of but natural to one going to older age into whcih manny is of now...think manny no longer apt to attain such 140 lbs fight limit..ganda rin kung yung of him against crawford and others there


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