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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 7:50 pm 
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I wonder how Manny Pacquiao felt when he lost to Erik Morales.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 8:13 pm 
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kay floyd.....ano kaya? he he he....


First he'll try to discredit Manny's win against him, then ask for a rematch (kuno). He'll just probably be laughed off by the whole boxing & sports community for his insane reasons why he got beaten by a "one dimensional" fighter. I see him, his uncle & his father getting more delusional regarding Floyd's loss. THey will have more misunderstandings & squabbles. Floyd's girl will leave him because she can not take anymore of his out of this world way of coping up with his depression. FLoyd will be caught red handed being an illegal substance abuser. He will go in & out of rehab, being sued for his aggressive behavior in between. He will lose more money in paying his lawyers because his ex-wife wants all their children for herself & demanded in court that he stay away from them. Maybe Floyd will beat her up again once or twice. Finally, after becoming dirt poor & having no one to care for him or about his accomplishments in boxing, he will admit to the world about his sexual relationship with Lou DiBella, discovers that Lou has been cheating on him ever since with 50cent, will follow Lou & 50 in one of SM mall's branch, shoot Lou & 50 in their balls then eat their winers & die of choking from them.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 8:19 pm 
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panday wrote:
For someone who says that he prays for his opponents also before the fight, Manny has
ruined many lives. Here are some of his recent opponents and the consequences of them
fighting Manny.

1. Ricky Hatton - admitted to depression and thought of ending his life.

2. Oscar Dela Hoya - admitted that he didn't cope well with retirement. Got addicted
to cocaine and became alcoholic.

3. Antonio Margarito - his eyes are probably permanently damage.

4. David Diaz - did not fight for about two years after suffering a brutal beating.
Wasn't the same fighter after that.

5. Joshua Clottey - hasn't fought since his lackluster performance against Manny.

6. Erik Morales - Base on his recent performances, he probably prematurely retired after suffering two
defeats against Manny.


So there you have it........you'll make a lot of money fighting Manny....but you better be ready to
face the consequences.







let us try mayweather.
floyd talks trash on his opponents and promises to massacre them in the ring.
after beating them he proclaims they were never the same again.
let's see what happened to mayweather opponents after they fought:

1. hatton - after losing to floyd - he won two in a row, dominated juan lazcano and destroyed paulie malignaggi.

2. oscar delahoya - after the fight with floyd, oscar won against former champ steve forbes in a wide points win.

3. juan manuel marquez - after being outpointed and outweighed by floyd - marquez went on to defend his titles twice to former undisputed champion juan diaz and obliterated dangerous puncher michael katsidis. then sparked the amazing Likar ramos in 1 round.

:biglaugh:

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 9:15 pm 
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if only manny wasn't angered by hatton's trainer floyd senior, perhaps hatton's
fight with manny would have gone the distance with less humiliating effect.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 9:23 pm 
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Poor Ricky, it's just so sad that you have encountered Manny 'pacman', one of the greatest boxer the world has. Be glad, God did not allow you to end your life yet. There's always hope in God...

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:00 pm 
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We can't blame Hatton, he was knocking out opponents at 140,
He looked invincible in this division and he felt he was on top of the world,
Came Pacquiao and Ricky thought he was just an ordinary victim,
He tried to bully him in the first 2 rounds thinking the Filipino will
succumb to his punches,
But most of his blows hit the air only 'till Pac unleashed that deadly right hook,
The coup 'd grace-a left straight ended Hatton's greatness.
But Ricky's real mistake was getting Floyd Sr.as his trainer,
Pac vented his anger to Sr. on Hatton and the Brit's career abruptly ended.
It's time for him to accept that defeat and move on,
Anyway, he lost to the greatest boxer of this era and he should be proud of it. 8)


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:32 pm 
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Bolo_Punch wrote:
We can't blame Hatton, he was knocking out opponents at 140,
He looked invincible in this division and he felt he was on top of the world,
Came Pacquiao and Ricky thought he was just an ordinary victim,
He tried to bully him in the first 2 rounds thinking the Filipino will
succumb to his punches,
But most of his blows hit the air only 'till Pac unleashed that deadly right hook,
The coup 'd grace-a left straight ended Hatton's greatness.
But Ricky's real mistake was getting Floyd Sr.as his trainer,
Pac vented his anger to Sr. on Hatton and the Brit's career abruptly ended.
It's time for him to accept that defeat and move on,
Anyway, he lost to the greatest boxer of this era and he should be proud of it. 8)

gleng mo pre. nice summary.
writer ka no?

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:39 pm 
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twitchy wrote:
I wonder how Manny Pacquiao felt when he lost to Erik Morales.


Pacquiao's loss to Morales was intentionally done by his former Manager Murad Muhammad. He allowed the siphoning of blood 3 days before the Fight; Pacquiao's suite was occupied by Muhammad; and he used a one dollar sock?

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 30, 2011 11:18 pm 
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Suicidal tendency is commonly occuring nowadays.
People who lost love ones
People who failed the board exam
People who lost jobs
People who have terminal illnesses
People who were betrayed
People who lost hopes
People who can't sleep
People who have no money
People who can't accept reality
People who committed crimes
People who are jealous
People who lost to Manny Pacquiao

Who else?

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