QUOTE (Seek @ Jan 19 2012, 10:19 AM)
You are still on that? "I dont know if sergio can bring anything to the table that would rack up some ppv numbers" ???
I'll bet you anything you want that this fight is a huge success even if it happens at 150.
The only problem I have is with Floyd saying in the past that he doesn't need a catch weight or he beats guys at the real weight. I don't care whether he demands it or the opponent insists on it. He's been outspoken about Pacquiao fighting weakened fighters, no reason for Floyd to follow suit. A catchweight is a catchweight, do it at 154.
Yep, Im still on that PPV numbers thing. Last time I checked, you had this undying faith in Robert Guerrero, and the fact that he and Mayweather would do great numbers as far as PPVs are concerned. Remember this???....
QUOTE (Seek @ Jan 8 2012, 06:35 PM)
Agree to disagree. Guerrero brings a lot to the table imo. He can do a million buys. And its not just Guerrero, Floyd fighting is an event, there is alwats a huge buzz when it comes to Floyd, you put a mexican high output puncher, great talker with a great story in front of mayweather and you got urself an event. Guerrero can sell a fight 10x better than Ortiz.
Gee...I wonder how Guerrero faded out of the picture so quickly, if he and Floyd could "do a million buys" and he could "sell a fight 10x better than Ortiz". The same pretty much goes for Sergio...he's knocked P. Willy out, beat Pavlik, and ran through a couple of harmless, unknown fighters with good records, then what? Nobody knows Sergio besides us.