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dunlow66 wrote: and Floyd Mayweather just saw his big money fight drop faster than Pacman did.
wolfpack87 wrote: Well, just more proof Pacman couldn't touch Mayweather.
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PackRugby wrote: The 5th and 6th rounds of that fight were fantastic. Hardest punch and knockout I can remember since Pacman essentially ended Ricky Hatton's career.
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OldEastHeel wrote: I actually think the shot Marquez hit Pacquiao with may have been worse than the one Pacquiao landed against Hatton. I've watched a lot of boxing in my life and that's one of the most devastating one punch knockouts I've ever seen. PackRugby wrote: The 5th and 6th rounds of that fight were fantastic. Hardest punch and knockout I can remember since Pacman essentially ended Ricky Hatton's career.
Posted: 12/9/2012 1:22 AM
rowdy2000 wrote: ^ yep that was the worst knockout in a big fight ive seen since roy jones got dropped. so much for the pacman/weather superfight. i guess mayweather will fight Canelo Álvarez next
Posted: 12/9/2012 1:27 AM
dunlow66 wrote: wolfpack87 wrote: Well, just more proof Pacman couldn't touch Mayweather. and proves how dumb it was for Mayweather not to fight Pacman and get that huge payday, that money aint never, ever coming back. Biggest fight payday in history gone, should have happened two or three years ago.
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OldEastHeel wrote: This one was worse than the Tarver/Jones knockout. At least Jones was able to get up and stumble around before the ref waved his arms. The only question with this knockdown was whether to call an ambulance or a hearse.rowdy2000 wrote: ^ yep that was the worst knockout in a big fight ive seen since roy jones got dropped. so much for the pacman/weather superfight. i guess mayweather will fight Canelo Álvarez next
Posted: 12/9/2012 2:11 AM
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thewolf10 wrote: The only fight that I really want to see is Ward/Mayweather. Andre Ward is the best boxer in the world right now IMO.
Posted: 12/9/2012 9:06 AM
jhov81 wrote: thewolf10 wrote: The only fight that I really want to see is Ward/Mayweather. Andre Ward is the best boxer in the world right now IMO.At what weight? Ward is not a small dude.
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OldEastHeel wrote: You always know in boxing when a guy falls forward, it is over.
Posted: 12/9/2012 12:09 PM
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LetsGoState wrote: wolfpack87 wrote: Well, just more proof Pacman couldn't touch Mayweather.It's really sad that fight couldn't happen. Boxers age very quickly. It only takes a fight or 2 or even a punch or 2 for a boxer to start losing it. Pacman and Mayweather were in their primes 2-3 years ago and I really wish the fight would have happened.
Posted: 12/9/2012 12:33 PM
PackRugby wrote: Just went back and watched the Hatton knockout again...I think the result of tonight's punch was worse (Pacman face down not moving for a minute or two half out of the ring)...but that left that Pacquiao stopped Hatton with is a ridiculously perfect punch.ETA: Here's the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xInP9Gi0xAA
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bobby95 wrote: Pacquiao should just walk away from it all, save for a huge payday fight with Mayweather. He's got politics to keep him busy, anyway.It's always sad to watch a fighter at the end of his career continue to fight too long (Ali vs Holmes comes to mind). Very few recognize that they can't do it anymore. Pac-man has impressed me many times as a fighter, maybe now he'll show me how smart he is by knowing when enough is enough.
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slickrick00 wrote: Last night's UFC on FOX event scored well in the primetime ratings. Final totals will be out soon but it won the evening in the coveted Adults 18-49 demo.
During Benson Henderson's win over Nate Diaz at UFC on Fox 5, the Fox broadcast repeatedly cut away to a shot of the empty octagon. Was it a technical difficulty? Did someone on Fox's broadcast truck hit the wrong button?
No. Diaz threw up the middle finger at his opponent, and the network cut away instead of risking a fine from the Federal Communications Commission.--------------------------------------------lol, what a classy guy that Diaz is! A couple years ago a local MMA promoter was on 620 slamming boxing & saying how classy & respectful all MMA fighters were. Wonder if he still believes that?
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