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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:10 pm 
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In beer- drinking contest YES....roll out the barrel.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:34 pm 
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estongis wrote:
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in boxing, everything is possible... Tyson vs Douglas, the odds is 20:1, what happened?



42:1



ohhh yeah..!!!! :) :) :)


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:43 pm 
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50/50 both have equal chance

ther fighter with the better conditioning, will, gameplan and adjustment on the ring will win, but there is always the lucky punch that can strike anytime so its hard to tell who has the upperhand on fightnight.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:40 pm 
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PacStorm wrote:
I'd like to put my 2 cents in. Sayang di ako nakasali last wed masaya naging discussion dito (damn dsl :D).

Hatton can win, GMA may not run again in 2010, the Alabang boys might not be guilty - anything is possible bro.

Estongis is correct in that RH is undefeated @ 140. He is in his prime, and he packs a wallop of a punch. The Hitman is fast, can trade blows with the best of them, and he seems to have a tough chin.

But, RH hasn't fought anyone like Pac before. MP is just as relentless as the Hitman in landing power punches, definitely faster, and he can sustain his strength and agility for the full 12 rds (well, almost :D). MP has the advantage of his longer reach and faster hand/foot speed. In the center of the ring, MP will be invincible.

The problem MP faces is at the corners and against the ropes, right? Hatton loves to clinch where his lesser reach can do its maximum damage. This is a problem I hope MP will solve come fight night. His not-so-secret weapon will always be Coach FR who he has been with since 2001 (yata). Roach knows MP's weaknesses, tendencies and strengths; the same cannot be said for RH and FM Sr. who have been together for less than a year.

Admitedly, MP hasn't faced anyone like the Hitman as well. His last fight with the Golden Boy was barely a workout, and David Diaz looked like a sparring mate. But that is the talent of MP - he makes great fighters look bad, and mediocre ones even worse. MP's weakness is a counterpuncher, not a brawler/slugger like RH.

If FM Sr. can somehow transform the Hitman to a Mayweather or JMM clone, then Pacfans beware. But at this stage, at this time, and at this moment (para akong si Obama hehe), its Pacman by TKO bro :D


good point Mr. Obama :D


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:53 pm 
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MANG RESTY wrote:
With all the articles and the opinions from boxing experts praising MP for his past performances going through the fight with Hatton,it is given that Pacquaio has the edge.However,I can't help but think otherwise that the praises,the review,the analysis that are given to him at the moment were also given to Dela Hoya prior to his confrontation with Pacquiao.Unfortunately,with all the analysis going for Dela Hoya to expectedly win the fight...THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENED.
Hatton is not Hatton for nothing.Admittedly he is not as fast as Pacquaio but his punches, if it hits it's target can really spell some difference to this fight.
Now,the question arises....
---IS IT REALLY POSSIBLE FOR HATTON TO WIN?---



that's why boxing is such a nice sport...anything can happen...even to the best of them.


sure hatton has a very decent shot - in pulling an upset


that's if.....


1. he can land those punches squarely
2. he takes manny out of his game
3. manny had an off night.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:07 pm 
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 6:49 pm 
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jorge 7 wrote:
In beer- drinking contest YES....roll out the barrel.

better stop it now mate...shape up and give us a good fight...


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:43 pm 
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Hatton must bully Pacman the way he bullies Floyd, pin him in the corner and throw those hard rights and left. The only thing is that Hatton is just very agressive and doesnt thinks, but he uses wallops, He also has a devastating liver punch, he knocked out El Terrible Jose Luis Castillo, who is also a body puncher, and the great Kostya Tzu. A toe-to-toe battle with Pacman is a must seen, speed and power collide, Hatton should avoid the left of Pacman, his greatest artillery who had dropped many Thailander and Mexican opponents. Hatton has a good chin aside from Pacman, Pacman has a good body aside from Hatton, the KO power were both the same at 70 %. He must use counterpunching like what Marquez did coz Pacman is vulnerable to counterpunchers or just the slick Marquez :)


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:31 pm 
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jorge 7 wrote:
In beer- drinking contest YES....roll out the barrel.

You mean this?

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:34 pm 
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jkstance wrote:
estongis wrote:
patrick ryan wrote:
in boxing, everything is possible... Tyson vs Douglas, the odds is 20:1, what happened?



42:1



ohhh yeah..!!!! :) :) :)


THAT'T THE POINT!


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:36 pm 
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cvrom62 wrote:
jorge 7 wrote:
In beer- drinking contest YES....roll out the barrel.

better stop it now mate...shape up and give us a good fight...


If I will drink with a very pretty inday
I won't quit....
:lol: :lol: :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:37 pm 
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superglad15 wrote:
Hatton must bully Pacman the way he bullies Floyd, pin him in the corner and throw those hard rights and left. The only thing is that Hatton is just very agressive and doesnt thinks, but he uses wallops, He also has a devastating liver punch, he knocked out El Terrible Jose Luis Castillo, who is also a body puncher, and the great Kostya Tzu. A toe-to-toe battle with Pacman is a must seen, speed and power collide, Hatton should avoid the left of Pacman, his greatest artillery who had dropped many Thailander and Mexican opponents. Hatton has a good chin aside from Pacman, Pacman has a good body aside from Hatton, the KO power were both the same at 70 %. He must use counterpunching like what Marquez did coz Pacman is vulnerable to counterpunchers or just the slick Marquez :)


Very good!!!
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:39 pm 
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Anything is possible in boxing, but Manny is the exception to the rule. He rules! 8)

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:46 pm 
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ricoannamostajo wrote:
Anything is possible in boxing, but Manny is the exception to the rule. He rules! 8)


EXCEMPTED!!!!?


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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2009 11:13 am 
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MEG wrote:
50/50 both have equal chance

ther fighter with the better conditioning, will, gameplan and adjustment on the ring will win, but there is always the lucky punch that can strike anytime so its hard to tell who has the upperhand on fightnight.


I'll make it 60-40 in favor of Pacquaio


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