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The Good Doctor:

Commish don't go hogging all the crow. Save a helping or three for me.

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deepwater2:

Fire coach Lane. He is a kick boxer . He doesn't train the finer arts of the sweet science. Chris's stance was too far apart like a kick boxer. He needs to sit down on his punches at some point.

Lane was yelling at the WBO president about Roach's hand wrapping. Not cool.

Team Algieri needs to make an executive decision and fire Lane or demote him to training partner.

Kevin Rooney jr may as we'll ask his dad to train him or maybe get Joey Gamache on board. The kid can have a handful of fights at 140 but he needs a master boxing coach to teach him ,not a coach that just keeps yelling master boxer.

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Radam G:

"Mismatch. Props to all the guys who called it.

Manny just schools. He'll do the same to young gun Danny 'Swift' next. If Jnr dares.

I reckon old Radam's doing some epic partying right now and neglecting many of his good habits. Ha and Holla!"


Never do I neglect good nutrition habits nowadays. And I don't drink anymore.

If I could leave da dames, damsels and dolls alone, I would be inhuman. That is GOD's fault for all these eye candy gals.

My darn wondering eyes are all over the place. And my pants don't have enough space. And my Johnson just have to have a XX-chromosome taste. Hehe! Holla!

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Yogo:

Mismatch. Props to all the guys who called it.

Manny just schools. He'll do the same to young gun Danny 'Swift' next. If Jnr dares.

I reckon old Radam's doing some epic partying right now and neglecting many of his good habits. Ha and Holla!

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Radam G:

Holla at this link: http://boxingvideo.org/manny-pacquiao-vs-chris-algieri-fight-replay/. Holla!

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Yogo:

It's just become the hot matchup of next year.

The great thing is, it's almost certain to happen.

I've got Loma. Another East Euro legend. :cool:

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Froggy:

So Pacquiao looked pretty good, I think this means everybody but Floyd has renewed interest in them getting together ?

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Kid Blast:

No. No props. He was rabbited. No props for that. Running is not what pro boxing is all about. And he also was slaughtered.

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Radam G:

For a biker -- motorcycle biker -- C-Al got hit too much with big, smashing-torpedo shots. That is a bad sign and a quick career ender.

In two scraps, he has fought the equivalent of about 12 smash-mouthed scraps.

"Don't sweat the technique" my arse. Change your style and those lyrics.

Dude is listening to the wrong types of beats. This game plays for keeps.

If F- Al -- I mean C-Al -- wants to enjoy his high earning and his peeps, he needs to get rid of the Tim Lane-type of creeps.

The next thing that Tim Lane might tell anyone who will listen, is that he is really Little Bo Peep, and she has lost her pink and purple sheep. And they are under your bed sheet. And in, some uglies might creep.

That kissing cousin of Lois Lane has been lain back and sipping too much kyptonite gin and juice. Holla!

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Skibbz:

I keep saying Deep more to you! Those guys were simply sticking their money in the air willing to let fate decide.. The universe won't always be on your side and no magic stones will help your cause if the actuality of reality is against you.

Commish do you think he will be hiring Tim Lane for his next fight or will he seek out a new trainer? He has a nice bonus to play with right now and a good trainer who knows what prizefighting is about might be able to help him work his way towards a title shot.. Keep the Algieri show rollin'!

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Skibbz:

Like I've been saying he tries to survive. In the greatest of circumstances a back peddling jab style will win you a club amateur fight. But in the pro's running away behind a jab is simply not what's required. You've got to fight and beat your opponent not keep him at bay which is the style Algieri takes. He understands it that keeping yuro pponent at bay is how to win but it's simply not that way, I really hope we don't see him on prime time slots unless he learns how to slug just a little, a 12 round slugfest with Ruslan and I would be willing to purchase PPV's. Let's go champ.

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Skibbz:

"V-Lo looked more like Manny Pacquiao last night than Manny did himself. Power. Blazing hand speed. Throws from all angles. Moves around the ring like a phantom.



I am in awe. He gets better with every pro fight. He literally beat Piriyapinyo one-handed. One of the most complete fighters I've seen in a long time. Everyone take notice: there is a beast at 126.



I'll take V-Lo against Walters at any odds. It's my top fight of 2015."




He looked more like roy jones JR. He's been imitating him since the euros as an amateur. He smashed up a tough thai and he certainly looked good but isn't it time he took towards a big name? The buzz has heard small noises about a stand out amateur on the undercards but hasn't had anything real to say other than him being taught a lesson by a veteran pro.



If I was him I'd be going to scalp a belt holder and start pulling exclamation marks near mine to remind everyone of the talent that's around. He's got to try cement something large in 2015, it can't be far the plan anyway since he took a world title fight in his second time in the ring as a pro, he's got to be thinking of a stand out season to match the hype and he's got to make it happen.



If he can square off against Walter and win, he'll show us the heart and desire we've wanted to see, if he gets in a fight fought with power and instinct then we'll see the best of him against a train wrecking powerhouse who'll punch the bark off trees... and who knows he might have the skill to catch the powerful Walters with a shot that sends him and his senses into absolute treacle.



That said, I'll still go with Walters, the hunger and the power is what I think is important to survive at the top, and Walter's exhibits both in abundance.

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Pazuzu:



Max: "Was there an idea that after four rounds something changes?"

"Yep."

"What was gonna change?"

"I'll tell you after," Lane said. "He's going to put him to sleep here in a few minutes. I'm going to let him go, I'm gonna let him go in one more round I got him in the cage right now. Time to unlock the cage," he said.

The analyst pressed, "The plan is to have Algieri knock Pacquiao out?"

"Yes. But I still got him in the cage. He listens to me very well, I'm gonna let him lose in a couple rounds."

"Round ten?"

"Round ten or eleven."

And then fate and irony balled up their fists and unleashed a corker.

"



This exchange, immediately punctuated by the best punch of the fight, was the evening's highlight. Look out Tim Lane, instant karma's gonna get you.

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SouthPaul:

I totally agree with you on Cotto, Mayweather 2. For the middleweight title ...why wasn't this considered specially since Cotto is a free agent? But I'm not so sure about failing miserably. I think he has the midas touch and most anything he does will draw respectable numbers.

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Pazuzu:

"Man that kid was on his bike. He must have racked up 19 miles back peddling in 36 mintues"



Algieri was on his bike from the first round and never got off. If he's going to fight like that, he'll have more success in the Tour de France.



I expected Manny to win by UD, but I thought Algieri would have at least tried to make a fight out of it, at least after Tim Lane "let him out of his cage." Hard to say what'll be next for Algieri. He should fire Tim Lane and see if an actual boxing coach will pick him up. He has the physical skills and technique to have some success in the sport, though probably never at the most elite levels. Otherwise, it's back to ESPN and club fights.

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SouthPaul:

I think a Mayweather vs PAC fight would be similar to what we saw last night. It would be somewhat of a snoozer at a very high cost to the fans. I hope it never happens.

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SouthPaul:

"Man that kid was on his bike. He must have racked up 19 miles back peddling in 36 mintues"



Lmfao, totally! Far too much of that....zzzzzzzzz.

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Pazuzu:

"Stop talking Floyd (although it is fun to think about, but certainly not realistic).

Let's talk Lomachenko v Nicholas Walters.

I have a guy who is so pro Walters that he is ready to lay 10-1 that Walters beats V-Lo. I am in. I am in.

V-Lo v Walters. Not only is it a dream.

It's real.

-Randy G."


V-Lo looked more like Manny Pacquiao last night than Manny did himself. Power. Blazing hand speed. Throws from all angles. Moves around the ring like a phantom.

I am in awe. He gets better with every pro fight. He literally beat Piriyapinyo one-handed. One of the most complete fighters I've seen in a long time. Everyone take notice: there is a beast at 126.

I'll take V-Lo against Walters at any odds. It's my top fight of 2015.

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The Commish:

"What a show that was. The only positive thing people can say about CA's performance was that he took a good beating.

Coach Lane is a big dummy. Saying they were going to retire Manny was delusional. The delusion went on for way too long.

They should of kept cutman big George Mitchell instead of hiring stitch Duran. George was there since the beginning and deserved to be on the big stage with a nice payday. He got ditched for stitch and karma is an itch.

I'm taking the family out for thanksgiving with my winnings. Coach lane should really shut up."




You knoq I am an Algieri guy, Deep. However, I agree with you wholeheartedly about what Team Algieri did to Big George Mitchell.



It wasn't Mitchell who put the hematoma under Algieri's right eye in the first round against Provodnikov. In fact, it was Big George whose skill and professionalism kept Algieri in the fight so he could win it and go on to become a rich man against Pacquiao.



I think Stitch Duran is one of the best in the business. He's a friend and I am happy he got the gig. However, Big George deserved to be in that corner.



Chris Algieri has some thinking to do before he laces up again. He has some problems he needs to take care of.



Getting rid of Big George Mitchell was not one of them!



-Randy G.

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DaveB:

"Some mighty strange quotes.

Kellerman: "Chris fights in a multidimensional way within one dimension?"

Lane: "We got him where we want him" just before he was decked hard to the canvas.

The kid is too nice for the cesspool that boxing is. He needs a few more paydays and a PhD."


Kellerman's quote was different to say the least. And the timing of saying I still got him in his cage and I'm going to let him out in the next round to knock Pacquaio out and boom Algeri gets knocked down at that moment was something.

I also noticed when Jim Lampley made a statement, I don't remember which fight, and Roy Jones said no and explained why. Jim Lampley said I knew you were going to correct me, Roy. I just knew it. You are right. Then he didn't say anything for a long time. I thought uh-oh now he is mad.

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DaveB:

I forgot to mention how much I liked the article and the writing. Yes, Perez was a ref I never liked. The Morrison/Mercer fight was horrendous too. Perez also officiated Ali/Frazier 2. I remember Ali being angry with him because he felt he could have gotten the knock out over Frazier in the second round when he had him wobbled if Perez hadn't stopped the action for no reason. And Frazier was upset with him also because he let Ali hold excessively. That was the first time I ever saw both fighters being angry with the ref. I also think Perez sued Ali because Ali made some statements about Perez's officiating. Yes it was Johnny Owen dying that upset me for a long, long time. And I remember Hagler being covered with a blanket or tarp as the crowd pelleted the ring with bottles. I remember reading an article about when Primo Canera killed Ernie Schaaf. It stated that after Carena hit him the crowd booed, threw and hit Schaaf with garbage as he lied there. They didn't think he had got hit hard enough and wanted him to get back up so he could get hit again. Ernie Schaaf didn't hear them. He was too busy dying.

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DaveB:

People sell you on what can happen in boxing. Just because it can happen doesn't mean that it is likely to happen. Pacquaio was two tiers above this guy. The last two weeks what should have happen did happen what could of didn't.

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Kid Blast:

Bye Bye

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Kid Blast:

Some mighty strange quotes.



Kellerman: "Chris fights in a multidimensional way within one dimension?"



Lane: "We got him where we want him" just before he was decked hard to the canvas.



The kid is too nice for the cesspool that boxing is. He needs a few more paydays and a PhD.

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The Commish:

"So Vasyl Lomachenko picked up a load more fans, more fans than maybe any 3-1 professional has ever had, on Saturday night in Macau.
(OK, apart from Zou Shiming, he has numbers on his side, and probably had more rooters following his arc when he had four pro fights under his belt.)
But the interest in Ukrainian Lomachenko is real, and so is the buzz surrounding who he’ll fight next. He got a UD12 over Thailander Chonlatarn Piriyipino underneath the Pacquiao-Algieri clash.
I myself like the idea of Guillermo Rigondeaux and Loma getting it on, a clash of Olympians, two technical wizards.
Rigo manager Gary Hyde talked about that pairing. “Rigo did his thing against the pound for pound number three, the fighter of the year, Nonito Donaire, and Rigo’s performance in April 2013 made Lomachenko’s performance look like an average spar,” Hyde told me. “If Lomachenko was as effective as Rigo, he would have had that oppnent tonight out of there in one round, just as Rigo did with Sod Kokietgym in July!”
“And if the Rigo-Loma fight gets made, Rigo hurts Lomachenko badly on the way to a KO win,” Hyde continued. “Lomachenko weighed 125 in one of his previous fights, and we can do a 124 pound ctachweight, and we will show who has made the transition from amateur to pro!”"


Unfortunately, V-Lo's left hand may be busted up pretty badly. We'll all know the results later this week. Will he wear a cast for two weeks, then get back into the gym and back into action in earlyn2015? Or will that left mitt need surgery, putting him on the shelf for the first half of 2015.

If it's the latter, there will be no V-Lo-Rigo fight until at least 2016.

Bummer!

-Randy G.

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kidcanvas:

manny throttled algieri as expected ,so he landed a few rts ,other than that he was on the bike all night.his corner had to be hallucinating with those instructions

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amayseng:

"I didn't watch. My provider, Verizon FiOS, wanted $70+ for this. Out of principle, I simply won't pay that. No can do. Thus I followed the espn twitter feed. My biggest surprise was seeing those scores: 119-103, 120-102. Rarely do you see scores that lopsided; generally fights heading in that direction get stopped. Clearly Algieri was in way over his head, but went the distance, despite being completely outclassed by a superior force. No shame in that. Not sure where he goes from here. But to answer an earlier question, not on PPV."



I think two knockdowns were very solid hurtful shots, the other ones come from Chris back peddling and running so much that decent shots put him off balance and down. He ran A LOT.



And yes I refused to pay that amount as well.

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amayseng:

CA showed heart despite a terrible game plan.

Try to take Pac into deep waters and get him out of there? Are you kidding me? JMM is an ATG and it took him ROIDS and 40 rounds to land that perfect punch.

CA should have fought with his strengths, long, active jab, movement and quick combinations here and there to stay active and try to out hustle Manny while keeping him away... he still would have lost but at least fought to his abilities doing so.

Instead team Algeri out thunk themselves.

What is next for Team Algeri-to head down to Nasa and reinvent the space shuttle?

Perhaps they can sit down and knock the United States Deficit out in 15 minutes.

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Froggy:

Funny stuff ! C-Al sure has heart !

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Domenic:

Haha. Hey, your boy could've quit after one of the umpteen knockdowns and spared himself further assault, but soldiered on. He deserves credit. He showed tremendous heart and courage, and likely picked up some more fans due to his tremendous temerity. I bet he'll get another fight on HBO too. Losing to Pacquiao? No shame there, the list is long.

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