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jagsfreak27

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  1. jagsfreak27

    Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Talks Underway

    He won't be 170. It's impossible to gain 20 pounds in that short a time period. 160 MAYBE.
  2. jagsfreak27

    Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Talks Underway

    Great, so you conceited your original point. Mayweather at this stage isn't ducking shit. As a boxing fan of two decades, I'm sure you yourself know that politics is largely in play and the largest factor in the non fight was Arum and the money split. Arum doesn't want any of his fighters going near Mayweather (Golden Boy) due to their bad blood and he made personally sure (Bradley fix) that it was never going to happen. Also quite frankly nobody could give two shits about Pac, they pay money to watch Floyd and the cut should reflect that. Floyd never ducked that weak little SOB, that was just a fight that was never going to happen.
  3. jagsfreak27

    Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Talks Underway

    Also YES bigger fighters give him problems early, but I'd take a threat of an early knockout over Floyd coasting from about the third round on like he has done every fight since De La Hoya (arguably not against Mosley either).
  4. jagsfreak27

    Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Talks Underway

    Yeah, he frustrated the shit out of Hatton, but Ricky was a weak minded little shit and while I think Alvarez is a worthy comparison when comparing styles, the age difference between the two won't allow him to tire or get a frustrated as quickly as Hatton did, plus I'd argue that Alvarez is a lot better than Hatton, but that's really just based off of personal opinion. Regardless, this is the fight that most boxing heads wanted to see and it is the fight that will be delivered. Saying that Floyd is "ducking" Pac at this stage of his career is laughable and arguing that Alvarez will be a lamb props Floyd up as a fighter a lot more than it says bad about Alvarez. If you don't want to have your knowledge questioned then don't make stupid posts about Floyd ducking when he did the exact opposite. Everyone is the boxing community is giving him props, you should give the article I linked a read. From his perspective, even if he fights Pac now, he would destroy him and everyone will say "well he didn't fight him in his prime". He will prove a lot more by beating Canelo. If Pac is lucky he will eek out a win over Rios and pray that he can finally have another shot at his payday against Floyd. Of course at this point he must be willing to accept whatever conditions Floyd throws at him.
  5. jagsfreak27

    Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Talks Underway

    Get out of here scrub! You're obviously the fanboy if you think that Pac belongs in the same ring with Floyd OR Alvarez at this point in his career. He's literally one loss away from running back to the Philippines and becoming a full time politician (that is if he can get his ass off the canvas). No need to get your panties in a wad and try and flex by saying some obvious shit. Floyd is slippery and that's why no technician is going to beat him at his own game. He struggles the most against bigger fighters, which can be illustrated early on in the Mosley fight. Granted, once he gets in his groove and starts counter-punching it's over for any opponent, but I give Floyd credit for fighting a man 13 years younger than him, who hits a lot harder than him when he could have taken on some scrub like Khan and laughed all the way to the bank.
  6. jagsfreak27

    Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Talks Underway

    No way he's anything close to 170, The contract restricts the weight to 152. If Floyd gets settled in against anyone, the fight is over, hence why he is the best P4P fighter in the world. Pac is probably done if he loses to Rios and at this point Canelo is the much more difficult fight due to the age gap and power than Canelo packs. He has won almost 80% of his fights via knockout. That guy is no joke. Even Vegas is opening this at less than 2 to 1, which is unheard of for a Floyd fight.
  7. jagsfreak27

    Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Talks Underway

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/boxing--floyd-mayweather-jr-canelo-alvarez-risky-fight-054502140.html You're an idiot and not much of a boxing fan if you think Alvarez is a sacrificial lamb. At this point in his career Pac would be much closer to a lamb than a young Alvarez. This is probably his most difficult matchup since De La Hoya.
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