i was on another boxing website when i saw a post how there is a double standard between PBF and Pac
it made me sick that some idiot was saying that pac ducked cassamayor and juan diaz and belittiling david diaz
david daz probably was the least risk but he was still champion
and it doesnt mean crap cause pac woulda easily beat both and didnt stay in that division because he moved up to face bigger challengers.
what got me is that i think people are being really disrespectful to david diaz. he was the rigtful holder of that belt and its not like he inherited it, he fought for it and deserves more than the PBF nuthuggers conspiracy theory crap discrediting him. he isnt and will never be a great but he doesnt need a pimply assed nobody that doesnt know shite about boxing talking smack about him when he went toe to toe and won that belt
i agree that pac isnt no where near the greatest but to compare his opponents with PBF's recent opponents makes me sick
dont get me wrong i think PBF is one of the most skilled boxers but he chose money over legacy
anyways enuff of my rant
just to end this nonsense here is a really good article i read in the past
During Mayweather's tenure at junior welterweight, the top men were, at various times, Kostya Tszyu, Hatton and Miguel Cotto. Mayweather fought DeMarcus Corley, Henry Bruseles and Arturo Gatti.
During Mayweather's tenure at welterweight, the top men were, at various times, Cotto, Antonio Margarito, Paul Williams and Mosley. Mayweather fought Sharmba Mitchell, Zab Judah, Carlos Baldomir, Hatton (moving up from junior welterweight) and took a detour to junior middleweight for Oscar De La Hoya. Before his temporary retirement, he was making plans to fight Hatton and De La Hoya again.