Okay folks...here we go. Im sick to my stomach with it, and its about time we put these guys on blast! Not that they give a damn, but seriously, the boxing world needs personality, not carbon copies of current fighters on their way out of the sport.
We all know that everything under the sun has been done by some fighters, and its a fact that history repeats itself, but these fighters wont even give us enough time to forget about these guys before they mimic their every movement.
Its almost sad to see it come to fruition, but here we have...professional nuthuggers We all know that Ali talked a gang of shit and did numerous acts/poems, etc during pressers and interviews...it has become a part of the game and its great promotion. We have the bad asses in the sport, and we have the nice guys...thats how it is. Its hard to watch fighters become dopplegangers of fighters that are still around, but I guess thats how the sport is nowadays.
Tim Bradley: This guy, this guy He does the best Mayweather impersonation ever. I mean, he almost has it down to the tee, if you ask me. This motherfucker even makes it his business to talk fast and stutter on purpose He even get down to using the same facial expressions, smh.
Screw it...I will just post a video to cover the rest. I will try my best to post the presser with Casamayor. It shows Bradley's various moments of "no personality disorder", when he couldn't think of any Mayweather stuff to spew out.
Adrien Broner: I must say this first, this kid is going to get far in the sport. Okay, now back to his antics Where do I start? Oh yeah...proud nuthugger, to say the least. It was so obvious in the DeLeon fight, what he was doing, in regards to his fighting style.
As painfully obvious as it was, he did it so well (sarcasm), that it became annoying to watch after a few rounds. He even admits that Floyd's his favorite fighter, thats cool, but dammit man...do we have to see Floyd III before its actually time to? It was obvious after his last fight...laying on the floor like Floyd did after the Hatton, crying after the fight, etc...c'mon man.
The only thing that truly saves him from this hard form of criticism, is the fact that he's a goofy kid and he does his own thing from time to time.
Amir Khan: Oh shit, who didn't see this coming? This dude kills me on another level with his Pacquiao impersonations in the ring. I've especially noticed it since the Malignaggi fight Dude raises his hands like Pac when he gets hit...clearly Pac is the only person that does this. Then those horrendous punches in bunches that he slaps his opponents, is another giveaway.
Ever since this kid got a chance to spar with Pacquiao, he's become this overzealous Pactard that cant catches Pacnesia in the ring, and tries to give us that notion. We want to see a cleaner version of the Khan that got his clock cleaned by Prescott, not Pacquiao Jr.
Victor Ortiz: Sigh...no one should be trying to impersonate Oscar, but there's always gonna be one village idiot that tries...and here we have him, Mr. Ortiz. He doesn't try to be Oscar in the ring, but he's Oscar up and down in losing situations and sometimes during interviews...especially in losing situations though
He does have the tendency to crack a smile after he's lost a fight...I still dont understand that. Ortiz takes it to another level though, because that cracked smile turns into a full-fledged tattooed smile, that "Im about to lose my virginity and Im nervous" laugh, and a bunch of jokes because he's embarrassed. I mean damn, Maidana kicked his ass, but he found something funny about it...cant seem to find out what it was.
Honestly, I that was the best way to take that post-Maidana ass-whoopin interview...I may not even have done an interview after that. He's weird because everything suddenly becomes "okay" after a fight...so Oscar-like of him.
Any others? Elaborate on these, or give me what you got!
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