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mgrover
post Nov 28 2011, 01:06 PM
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By his logic since Pacman lost to Marquez 3 times, then Mayweathers lost to Castillo at least once (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wink.gif) This is all from the video on the front, he's counting losses that Pacman never sustained with the judges, I'll admit the last fight with Marquez was a motherfucking gift, but he's already counting another two losses? Now let the hate pour...
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post Nov 28 2011, 01:51 PM
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QUOTE (mgrover @ Nov 28 2011, 01:06 PM) *
By his logic since Pacman lost to Marquez 3 times, then Mayweathers lost to Castillo at least once (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wink.gif) This is all from the video on the front, he's counting losses that Pacman never sustained with the judges, I'll admit the last fight with Marquez was a motherfucking gift, but he's already counting another two losses? Now let the hate pour...


He's just talking shit. Who really cares? Lol
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post Nov 28 2011, 01:59 PM
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That's Floyd being Floyd-- he's building hype for his next fight. He knows Bob Arum won't allow Pacquiao to sign on the dotted line. Therefore, Floyd's next opponent will be Canelo Alvarez by default. I've said this time and time again, Floyd doesn't need Pacquiao-- at all.

In theory, Floyd could go on to fight Alvarez(147), Khan(147), Cotto/Sergio(154) or winner of Berto/Ortiz(147) and then retire without Pacquiao on his record as the one of the greatest P4P fighters to have ever graced the squared circle.
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post Nov 28 2011, 01:59 PM
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QUOTE (Seek @ Nov 28 2011, 12:51 PM) *
He's just talking shit. Who really cares? Lol


exactly.
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post Nov 28 2011, 02:12 PM
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QUOTE (RyanTical @ Nov 28 2011, 06:59 PM) *
That's Floyd being Floyd-- he's building hype for his next fight. He knows Bob Arum won't allow Pacquiao to sign on the dotted line. Therefore, Floyd's next opponent will be Canelo Alvarez by default. I've said this time and time again, Floyd doesn't need Pacquiao-- at all.

In theory, Floyd could go on to fight Alvarez(147), Khan(147), Cotto/Sergio(154) or winner of Berto/Ortiz(147) and then retire without Pacquiao on his record as the one of the greatest P4P fighters to have ever graced the squared circle.


meh alverez will probably get picked apart, forget probably he will get picked apart, maybe i just wanted in that room to say that to him
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post Nov 28 2011, 02:13 PM
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QUOTE (RyanTical @ Nov 28 2011, 10:59 AM) *
Floyd could go on to fight Alvarez(147), Khan(147), Cotto/Sergio(154)


I rather watch these fights anyways...alvarez,khan,and sergio would be more exciting for Me to watch personally.....
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post Nov 28 2011, 02:39 PM
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He's just puttin' on for the camera and his immediate audience. That's Mayweather bein' Mayweather.
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post Nov 28 2011, 03:01 PM
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QUOTE (mgrover @ Nov 28 2011, 01:06 PM) *
By his logic since Pacman lost to Marquez 3 times, then Mayweathers lost to Castillo at least once (IMG:style_emoticons/default/wink.gif) This is all from the video on the front, he's counting losses that Pacman never sustained with the judges, I'll admit the last fight with Marquez was a motherfucking gift, but he's already counting another two losses? Now let the hate pour...


This isn't about hate. I've watched Mayweather vs. Castillo I at least 10 times (the full fight is available on youtube) and I had Floyd winning a close, but pretty clear decision, by 3 rounds or so.

Castillo for the vast majority of the fight simply tried to bull Mayweather, by sticking his head into Mayweather's chest and trying to throw hooks to the body. Well the only issue is that Floyd was blocking a ton of those shots with his elbows and many of them were landing on his hips. Those are not scoring punches.

Every now and then, Castillo tried to uppercut, but those shots mostly missed. Was he walking through Mayweather's punches ? Of course. But those were all scoring shots that Mayweather was landing.

That whole, "landed the more meaningful punches / more telling blows" bullshit ass argument only works if you are able to visibly stun the other guy with one or two shots. At no point in that fight did Mayweather get hurt by anything Castillo threw.

Castillo was getting peppered by shots, both at range and up close and every now and then, when he landed something on Floyd, people seemed to forget that he was eating punch after punch.



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post Nov 28 2011, 03:11 PM
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QUOTE (MaxPayne @ Nov 28 2011, 03:01 PM) *
This isn't about hate. I've watched Mayweather vs. Castillo I at least 10 times (the full fight is available on youtube) and I had Floyd winning a close, but pretty clear decision, by 3 rounds or so.

Castillo for the vast majority of the fight simply tried to bull Mayweather, by sticking his head into Mayweather's chest and trying to throw hooks to the body. Well the only issue is that Floyd was blocking a ton of those shots with his elbows and many of them were landing on his hips. Those are not scoring punches.

Every now and then, Castillo tried to uppercut, but those shots mostly missed. Was he walking through Mayweather's punches ? Of course. But those were all scoring shots that Mayweather was landing.

That whole, "landed the more meaningful punches / more telling blows" bullshit ass argument only works if you are able to visibly stun the other guy with one or two shots. At no point in that fight did Mayweather get hurt by anything Castillo threw.

Castillo was getting peppered by shots, both at range and up close and every now and then, when he landed something on Floyd, people seemed to forget that he was eating punch after punch.


Thank you. Agreed.
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post Nov 28 2011, 03:34 PM
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QUOTE (MaxPayne @ Nov 28 2011, 03:01 PM) *
This isn't about hate. I've watched Mayweather vs. Castillo I at least 10 times (the full fight is available on youtube) and I had Floyd winning a close, but pretty clear decision, by 3 rounds or so.

Castillo for the vast majority of the fight simply tried to bull Mayweather, by sticking his head into Mayweather's chest and trying to throw hooks to the body. Well the only issue is that Floyd was blocking a ton of those shots with his elbows and many of them were landing on his hips. Those are not scoring punches.

Every now and then, Castillo tried to uppercut, but those shots mostly missed. Was he walking through Mayweather's punches ? Of course. But those were all scoring shots that Mayweather was landing.

That whole, "landed the more meaningful punches / more telling blows" bullshit ass argument only works if you are able to visibly stun the other guy with one or two shots. At no point in that fight did Mayweather get hurt by anything Castillo threw.

Castillo was getting peppered by shots, both at range and up close and every now and then, when he landed something on Floyd, people seemed to forget that he was eating punch after punch.

That's what I've been tryin' to tell people, but no one wanted to listen. Besides, he eliminated all doubt in the rematch.
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