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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of FLAME:::
PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:19 pm 
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i have this feeling that MP will never have such a "Bad Blood" Fight ever, with anyone, ever. Not even a Mayweather brand of thrash-talking is enough to irritate Pac.

Nice topic btw.


You said it . . . :lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of FLAME:::
PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:30 pm 
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baeaywan wrote:
holyfield - tyson

Keep on posting TS.
your post is always educational.


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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of FLAME:::
PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:32 pm 
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new town wrote:
X-PAC wrote:
i have this feeling that MP will never have such a "Bad Blood" Fight ever, with anyone, ever. Not even a Mayweather brand of thrash-talking is enough to irritate Pac.

Nice topic btw.


You said it . . . :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Yes he did.

Against Agapito Sanchez.

But the guy's dead from a gunshot wound.


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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of FLAME:::
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Fighting Fists wrote:
baeaywan wrote:
holyfield - tyson

Keep on posting TS.
your post is always educational.


You and the TS are one person.


nyahaha :biglaugh: appriciating with its other !!!! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of FLAME:::
PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 8:36 pm 
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Fighting Fists wrote:
new town wrote:
X-PAC wrote:
i have this feeling that MP will never have such a "Bad Blood" Fight ever, with anyone, ever. Not even a Mayweather brand of thrash-talking is enough to irritate Pac.

Nice topic btw.


You said it . . . :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Yes he did.

Against Agapito Sanchez.

But the guy's dead from a gunshot wound.


I don't believe in karma . . . but anyway what a way for Agapito to go. :(


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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
PostPosted: Mon Apr 13, 2009 9:32 pm 
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When Manny retires, whether he goes out with a bang or a whimper, not only his amazing weight division conquests will be talked about in retrospect as well as his overwhelming diehard fans all over the globe apart from being a demigod icon in his own country.
In defense for whatever is worth of his unparalleled achievements, the BAD BLOOD between his LOYAL fans and the discriminating WRITERS will recur and continue to linger on each time his legacy will be put into question.

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
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:lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
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MAX KELLERMAN
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One sentence from him was all it takes for PACFANS to mark him as enemy no. 1.

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 9:39 am 
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JUAN MANUEL MARQUEZ

No fighter has caught the ire of Filipino boxing fans as hard as Juan Manuel Marquez.
No other fighter has Manny Pacquiao's numbers and has given him fits for 24 cardiac rounds as hard as Juan Manuel Marquez.
No fighter ever would chase the Pacman like a long, lost girlfriend to settle the controversies in the ring one last time as hard as Juan Manuel Marquez...

Hey, whether he is calling the Pacman out every after meal, whether he is doing that for business purposes rather than personal...He has the right to do so being the no.2 best P4P after a string of remarkable performances and their two classic fights were too close to call.


I wonder where the bad blood really started...


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Is it because of him being an excellent counterpuncher and master technician?

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Is it because of his resiliency to keep getting up each time he falls down?



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Is it because of his refusal to accept a draw or defeat?



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Is it because of his annoying, arrogant persistence to get another rematch and bad sportmanship or is it just for being the crybaby that he is?


Whatever the reason is...the recent turn of events make us even more flaming mad.


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When he disrespected Manny in front of National TV right in our very own backyard.


AND...

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In spite of our prayers, the guy just won't go away and keeps winning those big fights that we hope he would lose! :banghead:

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
PostPosted: Tue Apr 14, 2009 9:52 am 
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helven wrote:
JUAN MANUEL MARQUEZ

No fighter has caught the ire of Filipino boxing fans as hard as Juan Manuel Marquez.
No other fighter has Manny Pacquiao's numbers and has given him fits for 24 cardiac rounds as hard as Juan Manuel Marquez.
No fighter ever would chase the Pacman like a long, lost girlfriend to settle the controversies in the ring one last time as hard as Juan Manuel Marquez...

Hey, whether he is calling the Pacman out every after meal, whether he is doing that for business purposes rather than personal...He has the right to do so being the no.2 best P4P after a string of remarkable performances and their two classic fights were too close to call.


I wonder where the bad blood really started...


Image
Is it because of him being an excellent counterpuncher and master technician?

ImageImageImageImage
Is it because of his resiliency to keep getting up each time he falls down?



Image
Is it because of his refusal to accept a draw or defeat?



Image
Is it because of his annoying, arrogant persistence to get another rematch and bad sportmanship or is it just for being the crybaby that he is?


Whatever the reason is...the recent turn of events make us even more flaming mad.


Image
When he disrespected Manny in front of National TV right in our very own backyard.


AND...

ImageImage
In spite of our prayers, the guy just won't go away and keeps winning those big fights that we hope he would lose! :banghead:


haha well said man... I feel exactly the same... I couldn't agree more. If there's one thorn in pacman's legacy and fight, it would be dinamita. He really gave Pac the best challengs so far!


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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
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...And this... :cry:

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
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The greatest fight I have ever seen to date was between two of my perennial favorites, Sugar Ray Leonard and Marvelous Marvin Hagler. It was an unforgettable event, years in the making, that almost never took place due to Leonard's long retirement after suffering an eye injury. After eliminating their other two prominent counterparts -- Thomas Hearns and Roberto Duran -- in the contention, everyone thought that their paths were destined to cross sooner than expected.

A glimmer of hope shone when Sugar Ray invited Marvin to a charity event, rumored to be the stage for his announcement of the much-anticipated, biggest fight in years. To Marvin's dismay as well as the boxing bigwigs in attendance, Sugar Ray announced his retirement. It was like a dagger to his chest if the humiliation was not enough, denying him of a mega buck payday he so deserved after toiling efficiently for years in the background while Sugar Ray basked in his fame and glory, along with the astronomical purses he commanded.

Understandably, Hagler's resentment of Leonard was deeply-rooted. His equally sterling achievements were always relegated to the backseat. While Leonard did a more lucrative 7-up, and later Diet Coke endorsements ...Marvin was seen munching a Pizza Hut and endorsing a certain deodorant on tv as price for knocking out Thomas Hearns.

In the years that Leonard took a time out as a boxer,he plunged into cocaine addiction while working in the sidelines as boxing commentator in various high-profile fights, including those of Marvin's whose stock had gotten bigger since his absence.

Missing the limelight and accolades, a planned return inspired Sugar Ray to secretly set up a long training camp, hiring tough southpaws to simulate Marvin's style.

After five years, he ended his retirement and issued a challenge to Marvin's Middleweight crown.

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As history unfolded, he defied all the odds by staging the mother of all comebacks in a fight only a few gave him a chance to win. Showing a masterful display of skills and strategy, he upset the long-reigning champ via controversial split decision in a battle billed, THE SUPERFIGHT. A disgruntled Marvin Hagler permanently walked away from boxing that night a very bitter man, blaming boxing politics for the robbery. What made it even more unbearable, he lost to "Sugar Ray Leonard".


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Albeit he never spews the same fire as Joe Frazier, every time his fight with Ali in Manila is being discussed in retrospect, Marvin never waives on his claim that he won his final fight-- and his resentment of Sugar Ray for not giving him a rematch still ignites flashes of flame in recent interviews.

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Here's a tribute:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcAZ7gnRh4o

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
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Estranged twins.

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 Post subject: Re: :::Hall of Flame:::
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Estranged twins.


Nyahahahaha!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:


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