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deepwater2:

Bellew might win this one.It was close last time.



I can't find that channel on my optimum package. I hope it goes on youtube or something asap.

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The Shadow:

Paulie Malignaggis is good for boxing.

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The Shadow:

"Malignaggi has a lot to say about Pacquiao...I think he's pretty lucky he never had to fight him.



He was a fan...a BIG fan:



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZiBa0L123k



...saying here if Manny beat Cotto he'd be the greatest fighter EVER; Pac duly brutalises and stops Miguel and now Paulie is a fully paid-up "hater"...sutin' ain't right there!



I can't take his opinions too seriously."




Well, to be fair, Paulie is convinced Manny Pacquiao cheated in that fight so he doesn't consider that a "win." It's not like he contradicted himself; in his mind, he truly has no doubt Pacquiao was cheating.

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leon30001:

Malignaggi has a lot to say about Pacquiao...I think he's pretty lucky he never had to fight him.

He was a fan...a BIG fan:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZiBa0L123k

...saying here if Manny beat Cotto he'd be the greatest fighter EVER; Pac duly brutalises and stops Miguel and now Paulie is a fully paid-up "hater"...sutin' ain't right there!

I can't take his opinions too seriously.

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Skibbz:

I just can't see him being a PPV star, who will he have on side and what will he be able to produce that will have the fans forking out? There are so many more exciting talents in his division in my opinion for Chris to get a look in.

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Domenic:

Mortcola's the EF Hutton of this place. The man talks, you listen.

I think Algieri will acquit himself well Saturday. I don't think he'll win, but I don't think he's just gonna get bombed out either. Equivocating big time here. Pac by UD. Algieri's certainly not a PPV guy now; but he'll have a huge stage Saturday to change that, so we'll know the answer to that in 2 days.

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Skibbz:

I've just seen a video of Pacquiao from this week.. He looks mighty fast and accurate. It still shocks me how incredibly fast he is.. A truly unique fighter that, Chris is going to learn the meaning of a Great Of All Time when he crosses Manny.

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amayseng:

Or does he?

Floyd's last performance was a bore. His performance before that was exciting for 7 rounds as Chino roughed him up and wrestled him into excitement.

Manny's last two performances against Rios and Bradley were both exciting and good displays as he peppered them both.


Though an exciting PPV is certainly hopeful.

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Skibbz:

It's going to be well worth it Randy. I'm going to be ringside, it's going to be a great night of boxing Eddie has done us all a huge favour.. Early Christmas!!

Clevs and Tony will be going tooth and nail at each other, Groves and DeGale will do their best to look spectacular with world title shots around the corner for both guys, Quigg has a game fighter to fend off to keep a firm hold on his belt, Jamie will be in a tough fight against a seasoned Argentine.. And AJ has the biggest test of his career against Sprott!

All of this before the fights in Macua.. 22nd of Nov potentially best night of boxing this year!

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Carmine Cas:

"Certainly. Holla!"



Gracias!

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Radam G:

Wow! C-Al is chameleon with his many personality traits.



He doesn't move those in da know. We know.



Dude has dropped from his manic high to all-time manic low.



In dat squared jungle, he's going to be so d@mn slow.



No energy stones, oils, lotions or the "energy words" of his trainers Tim Lane or Keith Trimble are going to help him flow.



Dude is already getting the Eyes of The Deer. That is why he is now wearing super dark glasses around the clock. From this Chinese's M-Island, dude is seeing ship lights coming and he's stuck staring on the dock.



Da Manny has this fight on lock. The tall deer -- I mean C-Al -- has gone into total shock.



We are a day and a wake up away. OMG! What you say! Hehe!:cool: Holla!

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Radam G:

Oh, oh, oh! I love me some Teddy! Name an award after him in that "Hall of Fame." Holla!

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SouthPaul:

"Is Cotto content with May as well? I know he wanted to June, for obvious reasons...



I guess the mexican demographic combined with the rivalry ensures for a high grossing event. Floyd will have to compromise or make it really difficult for himself."




Good mention about June. I keep overlooking that. I can certainly see Cotto holding out. Either way the two sides are going to battle it out for dates and ppv ratings ..if for anything ...bragging rights.

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SouthPaul:

I doubt very seriously anyone is losing money on their Mayweather investment including Josie Harris.

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deepwater2:

When people are free and left to their own initiatives, most are willing to give and help out in anyway they can.



When the government takes from people with threats and force with a promise to take care of the poor all while padding their own pockets you can expect the free people to denounce it.

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The Commish:

"Billy is my man. I have written about him for years. He fights in Bolivia and Chili and usually wins by one round waxing's. He is an interesting guy. And a nice guy as well."

Billy sounds like quite a character. I MUST get him on my show.

-Randy G.

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The Commish:

Thank Heaven for DVR. As I'll be working and unable to watch the card live, I'll simply set my DVR Saturday morning, then happily head to work, knowing I'll be able to watch the fight when I get home, and before I head into the SiriusXM studios for my Algieri-Pacquiao post-fight special.

Just to see the Cleverly-Bellew rematch would be enough for me. But, I find it tremendous that we'll also be able to see Scott Quigg, Jamie McDonnell, George Groves and standout heavyweight prospect Anthony Joshua all on the same card.

I love my DVR button!

Saturday is gonna' be like Christmas Day for us fight fans!

-Randy G.

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spit bucket:

"Great video by Pac thanks for sharing RG."

Ditto that, it was really funny...

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The Shadow:

"I used to give inkblot tests and related “projective” tests for a living. Basically, show the subject/patient something that has no specific meaning or identity, or one that is hidden from them, and they will “project” their own mental structures, hang-ups, conditioned ways of seeing the world on it. Incredibly powerful tests. Can’t be faked- because the faked answers are as revealing as the honest ones. No one agrees on who C-Al was, that guy they saw in the ring. And as for using his answers about handsomeness to prove his conceit or arrogance, he was spoon fed a question and answered it with an ironic chuckle. I know Chris a little from two gyms. He’s just not an arrogant guy. He’s self-contained, helpful, speaks the same way to the janitor as to his sparring partners and their Moms. Respectfully. He knows he lucked into the Provodnikov fight but proved both great discipline, heart, and tremendously improved boxing skill in fighting at a world class level with one eye with the whole world watching. And as for being overconfident, he knows who Pac is. He also knows that, and this is just true about him, there is nothing short of unconsciousness that can make him deviate from a fight plan. It doesn’t matter that its Pac in front of him. It is how he lives his life. Now, I never bet against Pac. I have money on both of them this time, because I know things about Chris’ adaptive ability and focus that none of you except Commish have any way of knowing personally. He is a unique kind of fighter. And whether he wins or loses on Saturday, he is going to be true to himself and his strategy, and if he loses, he will be at ease with the fact that the better man won, not because he screwed up. All the rest of the opinions are speculation - projection. You don’t know him, you just know generalizations about fighters. Some are different. However, good he turns out to be, what I wrote above about the man is accurate. As for the PPV question, the story, which is made essential by the presence of Manny and the unusual circumstances under which Chris got the gig, belongs on PPV. Chris’ record by itself doesn’t. But he may after Saturday. As for me, I’ll be both happy and unhappy with any outcome."

Supreme stuff, mortcola. I can totally see that in him, too. I believe what you say.

Hey, would you mind sending me examples of those tests?

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Skibbz:

"I think Chris is just trying to carry the promotion. An arrogant person does not live in their parents basement, they just wouldn't do it.

I think he is just trying to overcompensate his nerves with confidence and it comes off wrong for the most part.

Who is gonna wanna throw down 70 bucks when one fighter looks already beaten months before the fight?"


Yeah I think too there's that aspect of it, but I also believe he genuinely believes in his own hype. As one of my friends said he's got a large ego that needs to be fed and caressed..

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Skibbz:

Great video by Pac thanks for sharing RG.

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teaser:

Manny had his problems too a few years ago he'd be the perfect person to counsel Floyd don't you think ? but seriously Manny won't be judging Floyd cause he seen and dealt with the temptations

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Kid Blast:

Maybe so, though I doubt it will be because of his training record. He has a long history of having trouble with his fighters. Even Moorer at the end. If Atlas has a great attribute, it is his candor and honesty, but his need to be the SHOW often gets in the way. And his need to win EVERY argument is also annoying.



On balance, his Foundation is great and does great things, but should that be a reason for IBHOF induction? Maybe it should.





Atlas is the kind of guy whose's shortcomings just might be his strengths. Very, very complex.

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Froggy:

"Espinoza might have to tell Floyd it's time to fight Pac. Floyd might beat up Espinoza."



If he hasn't told him yet, it's probably only because he's building his courage up ! Wouldn't they lose money on him if he doesn't fight Pacquiao ?

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deepwater2:

That's not the best press.but there is worse press.



I just read that article that's came out and Floyd's son explains how he saved his mom from Floyd. He calls Floyd a coward.



That's rough. What daddy wants to be thought of like that? No amount of flashy gifts can change that boy's opinion either because he already got the gold Bentley golf cart before he did this interview.



Floyd has had his problems with his own daddy and might fire him if he says the name Pac again.



Floyd doesn't get any commercials.



I just envision Floyd sitting at home with piles of money and idiots laughing at any corny joke he says.



A lonely life.

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deepwater2:

Espinoza might have to tell Floyd it's time to fight Pac. Floyd might beat up Espinoza.

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Radam G:

C-Al is perpetrating a fraud. Neither he nor I came from what Da Manny had to go through. http://www.sports.yahoo.com/video/manny-pacquiao-thankful-sleeping-treet-110000934.hmtl. I've been truthful about my background. C-Al is full rich-boy bullsyet. And he's playing the working Joes and Janes. Holla!

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Radam G:

"I think Chris is just trying to carry the promotion. An arrogant person does not live in their parents basement, they just wouldn't do it.



I think he is just trying to overcompensate his nerves with confidence and it comes off wrong for the most part.



Who is gonna wanna throw down 70 bucks when one fighter looks already beaten months before the fight?"




You will be surprised. Hehehe! I know tons of dudes and dudettes who are arrogant as syet, and reside in their parents' basements, garages, etc., etc. But, of course, those residing pads are two or three times bigger than most average income people's whole darn houses.



However, don't forget that C-Al's brother's family of five also reside there. And that the house of Algieri is not a typical middle-income family house.



As the promotion says, C-Al is a boxer who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth -- I mean that he came from a whole different zip code . Haha! Holla!

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Radam G:

YUP! Pauline -- I mean Paulie -- knows money and knows when to shut da double fudge up, or even when to bullsyet from from all angles and directions.

He is definitely not the honest, candid Radio Raheem. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ESMMbHdBwA; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCghuABlDJc. Holla!

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amayseng:

No way Floyd vs Khan will even compete with Canelo vs Cotto, it will be embarrassing for them number wise if he does not fight Pac or GGG.

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