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> With all this talk what is your opinion on Manny?
Is Manny on something?
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Box in Hand
post Dec 30 2009, 12:42 PM
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Everyone needs to read this interview with Freddie Roach. This interview further lets me know that team Pac is hiding something. I used to like Roach but man his true personality is starting to shine through.

Read all the way to the bottom where the interviewer talks about what happens after the tapes stops recording.



http://www.doghouseboxing.com/DHB/Tyler123009.htm

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post Dec 30 2009, 12:48 PM
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QUOTE (Box in Hand @ Dec 30 2009, 12:42 PM) *
Everyone needs to read this interview with Freddie Roach. This interview further lets me know that team Pac is hiding something. I used to like Roach but man his true personality is starting to shine through.

Read all the way to the bottom where the interviewer talks about what happens after the tapes stops recording.



http://www.doghouseboxing.com/DHB/Tyler123009.htm


wouldn't be the first time one of Roach's fighters were caught juicing (IMG:style_emoticons/default/dntknw.gif)
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post Dec 30 2009, 12:58 PM
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I wonder if Roach is taking some PED's also. He seems to be keeping the parkinsons at bay pretty well.

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post Dec 30 2009, 01:08 PM
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QUOTE (Keith @ Dec 30 2009, 11:58 AM) *
I wonder if Roach is taking some PED's also. He seems to be keeping the parkinsons at bay pretty well.



Low blow to the bottom of the ball sacks.
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post Dec 30 2009, 01:39 PM
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I will say that at this point Floyd should just fight Manny without the bloodtests. If he looses the the loss will have some kind asterick because will speculate whether or not Manny was on that stuff and if he wins (which I think he will anyway) Floyd beat he P4P while he may have been was on that Juice. At this point its a win/win situation for Floyd to take the fight.
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post Dec 30 2009, 01:44 PM
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QUOTE (The Conscience @ Dec 30 2009, 12:39 PM) *
I will say that at this point Floyd should just fight Manny without the bloodtests. If he looses the the loss will have some kind asterick because will speculate whether or not Manny was on that stuff and if he wins (which I think he will anyway) Floyd beat he P4P while he may have been was on that Juice. At this point its a win/win situation for Floyd to take the fight.


i have to agree with this... maybe because a peice of me just wants to see the fight but i believe may beats he version of pac that just fought cotto rather juiced up or not..
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post Dec 30 2009, 01:51 PM
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And the plot gets deeper.


By Rick Reeno

Top Rank's Bob Arum was steaming mad when BoxingScene.com spoke to him on Wednesday, and informed him of an interesting piece of information that was running in the morning edition of the New York Daily News .

A source with knowledge of the Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather Jr. negotiations told veteran boxing writer Tim Smith that Pacquiao's representatives asked Golden Boy Promotions what penalties the Filipino fighter would face if he took a drug test and it came back dirty. It doesn't end there. The source further claimed that Pacquiao's representatives made a request for a dirty test result to be "kept secret" in order to avoid a negative impact on the fight promotion.

According to Arum, the information provided to Smith was a complete fabrication. Top Rank and Pacquiao's Team had never made those requests in any shape or form, says Arum. He views it as false information being planted in the media to hurt Pacquiao's credibility.

"That's bulls**t. That's total bulls**t. That never happened. It's all bulls**t. I never heard anything like that in my life, ever. We're done with this. They are a bunch of real sleazebags. We're going to move on and let them move on and go back into their holes," Arum told BoxingScene.com.

As of Wednesday, no agreement has been reached for a cut-off date on the random Olympic-style drug tests, which at the moment is the only issue holding up the fight. Arum is already in the process of exploring other options for Pacquiao in March. WBA junior middleweight champion Yuri Foreman is a serious option. Former 140-pound champion Paulie Malignaggi is another option. In reality, Arum agrees that Mayweather-Pacquiao may need additional time to properly promote. The fight is being negotiated for March 13, and January is already upon us. He told BoxingScene the option of fighting Mayweather at a later date in the year is possible.

"I don't [think it will happen]. I really don't, but that's my opinion. I washed my hands of the whole f**king thing. It's impossible and it's not going to happen...at least right now. Everybody should move on with their lives," Arum said.

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post Dec 30 2009, 03:11 PM
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QUOTE (Box in Hand @ Dec 30 2009, 12:51 PM) *
And the plot gets deeper.


By Rick Reeno

Top Rank's Bob Arum was steaming mad when BoxingScene.com spoke to him on Wednesday, and informed him of an interesting piece of information that was running in the morning edition of the New York Daily News .

A source with knowledge of the Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather Jr. negotiations told veteran boxing writer Tim Smith that Pacquiao's representatives asked Golden Boy Promotions what penalties the Filipino fighter would face if he took a drug test and it came back dirty. It doesn't end there. The source further claimed that Pacquiao's representatives made a request for a dirty test result to be "kept secret" in order to avoid a negative impact on the fight promotion.

According to Arum, the information provided to Smith was a complete fabrication. Top Rank and Pacquiao's Team had never made those requests in any shape or form, says Arum. He views it as false information being planted in the media to hurt Pacquiao's credibility.

"That's bulls**t. That's total bulls**t. That never happened. It's all bulls**t. I never heard anything like that in my life, ever. We're done with this. They are a bunch of real sleazebags. We're going to move on and let them move on and go back into their holes," Arum told BoxingScene.com.

As of Wednesday, no agreement has been reached for a cut-off date on the random Olympic-style drug tests, which at the moment is the only issue holding up the fight. Arum is already in the process of exploring other options for Pacquiao in March. WBA junior middleweight champion Yuri Foreman is a serious option. Former 140-pound champion Paulie Malignaggi is another option. In reality, Arum agrees that Mayweather-Pacquiao may need additional time to properly promote. The fight is being negotiated for March 13, and January is already upon us. He told BoxingScene the option of fighting Mayweather at a later date in the year is possible.

"I don't [think it will happen]. I really don't, but that's my opinion. I washed my hands of the whole f**king thing. It's impossible and it's not going to happen...at least right now. Everybody should move on with their lives," Arum said.



i honestly dont think arum wants the fight right now... pac seems to do what arum tells him and arum has been wishy washy in he last dy or so... i know roach doesnt really want the fight right now... or at least leads me to believe that... lets not forget this is boxing and arum will suck pac till the last copper cent before the crucifixion.... arum knows his money train is damn near at the end of the line... pac has a prime time fighter in front of him now... not a beat up or weight drained or never was fighter... may is the real deal and pacs people know this... the dope wont be enough, if thats what he's doing, to save him in this one... if its ever made... and Lord help pac if he has been doping an they take him off to ensure clean test if ever it ges that far even later in he year.... he gets crushed...
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post Dec 30 2009, 04:39 PM
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Bob Arum is ducking Floyd Mayweather
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post Dec 30 2009, 06:24 PM
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MAN I hope this fight comes off someday, and the odds are around the same as they are now...talk about a LOCK.

Mayweather's chillin' in a condo inside Pacquiao's head...
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