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> top ten fights u DON'T want to see, have at it...
daprofessor
post Sep 20 2012, 08:48 PM
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floyd/pac

pac/jmm

donaire/nishioka

canelo/mayorga...or any other past it or underweight/overmatched opponent

to be continued.... (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)

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post Sep 20 2012, 09:24 PM
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QUOTE (daprofessor @ Sep 20 2012, 09:48 PM) *
floyd/pac

pac/jmm

donaire/nishioka

canelo/mayorga...or any other past it or underweight/overmatched opponent

to be continued.... (IMG:style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)


I could agree with all of those.

But id add Bute Froch II

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post Sep 20 2012, 10:05 PM
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Pac/JMM IV...wait, the Mexican National Anthem will be sang, so I retract that statement. LOL

Froch/Mack - what's the point? Stay busy fight? Maybe?

Mayweather/Martinez - weight difference is too high. I'll watch it, but I seriously dont want it to be made

Jermain Taylor vs ANYBODY - a bleeding brain + bad knockouts = retirement...for good, hopefully.
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post Sep 20 2012, 11:45 PM
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Nice threads prof, from the back of my mind:

Bradley/Alexander 2 (IMG:style_emoticons/default/nono.gif)

Another no hoper vs the Klitschkos

Another blown up jr welter vs Canelo

Another overhyped opponent for Floyd

Obviously, this goes without saying, Pac/Jmm IV

Another fight ref'ed by Mora

Martinez/Chavez rematch

Floyd vs Hatton II, The Hitman Strikes Back , in UK.

Im short by 2, I'll add another time.
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post Sep 21 2012, 08:35 AM
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Floyd vs Martinez- too much of a weight difference.
Froch vs Bute- no thanks. Bute got exposed. Like midget porn, you dont need to see it to know you dont like it. He got his heart taken from him.
Bradley vs Alexander- the first fight was horrendous. Nothing suggests the second wont be equally bad.
Pacquiao vs Marquez- This isnt Rocky. I dont need to see 4 of these. Especially when they all end the same. Marquez outboxing but losing to Pac
Roy Jones Jr vs Anybody
Jermain Taylor vs Anybody
Vitali vs Anybody- hes not going to lose. Wladamir is a different story. I think he can be beat.
Cloud vs Anyone not named Dawson, Hopkins or Pascal.- lets face it, even if he gets beat, he wont lose.
Arreola vs some no name- stop trying to convince me this guy isnt overhyped by feeding him bums.
Lopez vs anyone over 147 lbs - dude clearly was flabby trying to gain weight. He looked light in the ass.
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post Sep 21 2012, 12:57 PM
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QUOTE (Franchize @ Sep 21 2012, 09:35 AM) *
Floyd vs Martinez- too much of a weight difference.
Froch vs Bute- no thanks. Bute got exposed. Like midget porn, you dont need to see it to know you dont like it. He got his heart taken from him.
Bradley vs Alexander- the first fight was horrendous. Nothing suggests the second wont be equally bad.
Pacquiao vs Marquez- This isnt Rocky. I dont need to see 4 of these. Especially when they all end the same. Marquez outboxing but losing to Pac
Roy Jones Jr vs Anybody
Jermain Taylor vs Anybody
Vitali vs Anybody- hes not going to lose. Wladamir is a different story. I think he can be beat.
Cloud vs Anyone not named Dawson, Hopkins or Pascal.- lets face it, even if he gets beat, he wont lose.
Arreola vs some no name- stop trying to convince me this guy isnt overhyped by feeding him bums.
Lopez vs anyone over 147 lbs - dude clearly was flabby trying to gain weight. He looked light in the ass.

Hahaha

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post Sep 21 2012, 02:16 PM
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russell/juanma

step it up russell!
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post Sep 21 2012, 02:54 PM
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Any klitschko fight unless it's against each other.

By the way I have a quick question for everyone that said they don't want to see Martinez vs mayweather. I know all your reasons were because of the weight difference. So is it that Martinez will be just to big and end up just beating the shit out of Floyd easily? If yes then I can understand why you don't want. But I see it being competitive and a good fight reguardless of weight. Floyds a master and would make it competitive. And for that I'd love to see that fight. Do y'all ever want to see Floyd test himself mentally and physically in a situation where the outcome isn't obvious and he has a huge chance at losing?
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post Sep 21 2012, 03:12 PM
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QUOTE (boxingloner @ Sep 21 2012, 03:54 PM) *
Any klitschko fight unless it's against each other.

By the way I have a quick question for everyone that said they don't want to see Martinez vs mayweather. I know all your reasons were because of the weight difference. So is it that Martinez will be just to big and end up just beating the shit out of Floyd easily? If yes then I can understand why you don't want. But I see it being competitive and a good fight reguardless of weight. Floyds a master and would make it competitive. And for that I'd love to see that fight. Do y'all ever want to see Floyd test himself mentally and physically in a situation where the outcome isn't obvious and he has a huge chance at losing?

Cant speak for everyone but personally, I think its lose/lose for Floyd. If he beats Martinez, he just beat a guy who we all know he is better than skill wise. If he loses, it doesnt necessarily mean Martinez is better than him. You cant even use the "styles make fights" reasoning. Much like if Roy would have lost to Ruiz, all it would have meant is that he shouldnt gave gone that far up in weight. Plus, it gives the casual fans a whole new list of fighters at 154 that Floyd is ducking. Thus, a lot of quality fights at 147 probably wont get made. I personally feel welterweight is the most compelling and competitive division in the sport. Id rather see Floyd continue his legacy fighting ppl his size rather than trying to take an unnecessary risk that, in my eyes, doesnt prove anything either way. Thats just my opinion though.
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post Sep 21 2012, 03:41 PM
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QUOTE (Franchize @ Sep 21 2012, 01:12 PM) *
Cant speak for everyone but personally, I think its lose/lose for Floyd. If he beats Martinez, he just beat a guy who we all know he is better than skill wise. If he loses, it doesnt necessarily mean Martinez is better than him. You cant even use the "styles make fights" reasoning. Much like if Roy would have lost to Ruiz, all it would have meant is that he shouldnt gave gone that far up in weight. Plus, it gives the casual fans a whole new list of fighters at 154 that Floyd is ducking. Thus, a lot of quality fights at 147 probably wont get made. I personally feel welterweight is the most compelling and competitive division in the sport. Id rather see Floyd continue his legacy fighting ppl his size rather than trying to take an unnecessary risk that, in my eyes, doesnt prove anything either way. Thats just my opinion though.

I guess we look at it differently. It's not a lose/lose for Floyd. If he steps up and fought Martinez and say floyd won. It would boost is status big time as one of the greatest of all time It would be. And he only people that would be saying oh he is better skill wise and he should have won anyways are the one that dont know squat and who cares what they say. .Floyd would get unbelieveably huge credit for beating Martinez, more than any other fight he's had. If Martinez ended up blowing him out the water than people would say the weight made a huge difference and the same would be said if he lost a completive fight. There is no shame in losing a fight that you are mentally and physically testing yourself.

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