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Denise Alvarez:

I didn't get to see the fight, but next week l will get to see Manny drop Algieri, just like l knew he would! Algieri actually thought he could beat Manny and Algieri was left stuck with his foot in his mouth!

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Radam G:

I'm too busy getting on my parteee! But holla at the fight. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sctzF3isdZo C-Al went out on his shield. But I was not impressed with his corner man Tim "Make believing syet" Lane. Holla!

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amayseng:

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

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stormcentre:

Algieri is a tough guy, that’s for sure.

But, with all those knockdowns, Pacman basically owned and handed Chris’ azz to him.

I guess the big question is now after all this, is Floyd’s psychological state currently polarized correctly to accept Manny’s challenge so that both, (a) Cotto V Canelo doesn’t steal the day, and (b) so Mayweather remains relevant at the top echelon of the sport?

I’m not so sure – and that’s even aside from Errol Spence tagging Floyd in the gym, Floyd crying over it and the marks it left, and asking Errol to leave.

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SouthPawFlo:

Who didn't see this coming?????





The only thing that impressed me about Algeri was his heart and his ability not to call "Bullshit" when listening to his Corner......

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Froggy:

"C'mon Radam . . where's your post?



After the last few months, you must just be aching to chime in and start handing out that crow pie to all who opposed you on this.



:)"




I think Radam is shocked and amazed it went the distance, I know I am !

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mortcola:

Well, my favorite fighter won. And except for the knockdowns, Chris fought with smarts, class, great anticipation, and big balls..Few people have ever made manny miss that much, or landed as clearly since Marquez. But truth and experience win out. Pac is one of the ATGs, and the home town boy can go home proud, That's all I wanted.

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stormcentre:

C'mon Radam . . where's your post?

After the last few months, you must just be aching to chime in and start handing out that crow pie to all who opposed you on this.

:)

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Radam G:

"Pacquiao looked scared to death in his dressing room. When his mother was doing Santeria to her son, I thought he was going to smack her.

He is nervous. Radam, I am hoping he makes it into the ring. He needs more than Santeria. He needs a hypnotist.

Algieri & Tim Lane have him & Freddy Roach totally bugged out!

-Randy G."


Wow! PacMommy D is Catholic, not Santeria. She was blessing Da Manny with ritual of Catholicism -- no hate of Santeria-ism. That is in the Caribbean Islands, West Africa and Central America.

The relatives of B-Ware will be working those ritual of Santeria when he dances with your boy D-Wild. Holla!

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The Commish:

It's midnight here on the East Coast, and the undercard is done. The Vargas-DeMarco was a terrific action fight, and the Lomachenko-Pirayapinyo was interesting if only to see if V-Lo could stop his tough opponent, using only his right.

Now, we await the main event.

Me, The Shadow and a few other guys on my show all think both guys look good in the moments before the fight. Gerry Cooney thinks Algieri looks stiff and that "Pacquiao looks like Pacquiao always looks."

I think Pac is nervous. I know Radam is. They have reason to be.

Sunday morning is here.

12:09a.m.--Algieri is on his way out to the ring. That yell he just let out shook up the sports office here at SiriusXM. If that was anywhere near Radam, we fear our Filipino friend has fainted.

12:13--here comes Manny. He's smiling and looks relaxed, but I think he has accepted his fate. He knows he cannot win and is putting on a facade.

The fighters are in the ring.

12:15--Michael Buffer now has it.

"Let's get ready..."

-Randy G.

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The Commish:

"Yup. Floyd can make 140. Loma can move up. Styles make fights, Nuf said."

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.

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The Commish:

"In less than six hours, the Rocky myth of Long Island C-Al comes to an abrupt END! I'm just amazed of how so many haters like to pretend.



Da Manny is going to bust the boy up! But few of the haters are going to shut up. They are going to have more alibis than a million buzzing, nasty-arse flies.



Shame, shame, SHAME! C-Al is going to be so lame. And the sucka is in the wrong game. And have had his 15-minutes of fame. After Da Manny knocks his arse out, C-Al is never going to be the same. He is going to be humiliated so badly that no one will forget his name. Holla!"




Pacquiao looked scared to death in his dressing room. When his mother was doing Santeria to her son, I thought he was going to smack her.



He is nervous. Radam, I am hoping he makes it into the ring. He needs more than Santeria. He needs a hypnotist.



Algieri & Tim Lane have him & Freddy Roach totally bugged out!



-Randy G.

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spit bucket:

"But I also remember this young, Welsh I think, boy getting killed years ago in the ring. "

He was the "Merthyr Matchstick", Johnny Owen. And he died after a bout with Lupe Pintor at the Olympic in LA. I was horrified when fans started pelting the unconscious Owen with beers and trash. I'd seen this behavior before after a Bazooka Limon fight. Everyone at ringside had large plastic tarps draped around their shoulders. I couldn't figure out why until beers started flying into the ring from every direction and the savvy ringsiders held the plastic sheeting over their heads like umbrellas... and that was after a Limon win! When Hagler won the mw title by KO against Alan Minter, British fans retaliated by throwing beers and trash at him and his handlers. His team surrounded Hagler to protect him from the flying debris. Two ugly nights to forget.

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yomi:

"Cooney and I have talked extensively about that night. Cooney was a ruthless, relentless finisher. If he hurt an opponent, he'd always step on the gas. He had a sadistic side to him that would make him want to put more and more hurt on his opponent. His trainer, Victor Valle, used to go wild on Cooney in the gym if he ever let up on a sparring partner, even a little.

"Finish him!" Valle would yell when Cooney staggered a hapless sparring partner. "What are you waiting for?"

I saw more than one gym session where Cooney left his sparring partner draped on the ropes.

The sustained beating and pummelling of Ken Norton was not Cooney's fault. Professional boxing matches have trained referees. They are the ones who are supposed to stop a match at the right time. Not too early, not too late. The right time. Referee Tony Perez was in there a few punches too late. He did that in other fights he officiated at, not just in Cooney Norton. Michael Spinks v Mustafa Wassaja was one of them. Ray Mercer v Tommy Morrison was another.

Yes, Cooney v Norton was a scary sight. All of us thought Norton was going to get killed as Cooney hammered him with blow after blow.

I enjoyed watching it.

But I hope I never see another one like it.

-Randy G."


Now that shed's a lot of light! Cooney-Norton, and Mercer-Morrison had the same ref! I never knew this, but it makes all the sense in the world. He was late for Cooney-Norton, but for Mercer-Morrison he was... absurd. That was a terrifying moment. What happened to Perez after Mercer-Morrison?

@DaveB: was the welsh kid Johnny Owen (v Lupe Pintor)?

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brownsugar:

"I actually think Lomachenko has an easier time in this fight than he did against Russell. Yes the Thai fighter has a glossy record but who has he fought? His last fight in August for example he won a six round decision against a 2-2 fighter and his record is littered with fighters with such records (a few fights back beat someone who was 1-10). The one time he stepped up he lost a wide decision to Chris John.



The bigger question to me is how dominant will Lomachenko be in this fight and can he get a stoppage.



On the undercard, I am actually looking forward to the first fight between Vargas and Demarco. I think this could be a high contact kind of fight and very entertaining. And probably will be the best fight of the night."




Absolutely... I'm working overtime and won't get off till midnight... But I'm recording the fights

I wish your guy luck. What he lacks in experience he almost makes up for with determination.

Chris has a good image that resonates with fans.



Can't wait to see Lomo defend his title.

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DaveB:

"Cooney and I have talked extensively about that night. Cooney was a ruthless, relentless finisher. If he hurt an opponent, he'd always step on the gas. He had a sadistic side to him that would make him want to put more and more hurt on his opponent. His trainer, Victor Valle, used to go wild on Cooney in the gym if he ever let up on a sparring partner, even a little.



"Finish him!" Valle would yell when Cooney staggered a hapless sparring partner. "What are you waiting for?"



I saw more than one gym session where Cooney left his sparring partner draped on the ropes.



The sustained beating and pummelling of Ken Norton was not Cooney's fault. Professional boxing matches have trained referees. They are the ones who are supposed to stop a match at the right time. Not too early, not too late. The right time. Referee Tony Perez was in there a few punches too late. He did that in other fights he officiated at, not just in Cooney Norton. Michael Spinks v Mustafa Wassaja was one of them. Ray Mercer v Tommy Morrison was another.



Yes, Cooney v Norton was a scary sight. All of us thought Norton was going to get killed as Cooney hammered him with blow after blow.



I enjoyed watching it.



But I hope I never see another one like it.



-Randy G."




Absolutely it was the ref's fault. I'm not blaming Cooney. Fighters are trained to get people out of there. I didn't like Perez as a ref. It is funny that Norton said it but he said Why should I let the other guy off the hook? He wouldn't let me off the hook. Norton in turn drilled Bobick. That is what fighters do with the exception of Ali, who would call the referee in and astonishingly usually the ref would call the fight. That is what I meant when I was talking about the Welsh kid, there was nothing else I would have done differently. The Cooney/Norton fight comes to mind because Norton was a sitting duck and could have been fatally injured. Good Lord Cooney can punch.

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Kid Blast:

I agree with Freddie Roach that Algieri may be "in over his head." If he hits and runs, Pac will run him down with a stalk, stun, and close scenario which, worse case, will end in a UD win for Pac Man .After all, Manny is not the much slower Provodnikov. If Chris unwisely engages, he will be stopped.

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The Commish:

"If you ever find the answer, please let me know. I've struggled with this in the past. I'm always saddened by tragedies in the ring and how people within the sport itself treat one another. However I've been attracted to boxing since I was seven years old. I always try to think how things could have been avoided. Like when I saw Cooney gave Norton about three extra blows that shouldn't have occurred. Thank God nothing came of that. But I also remember this young, Welsh I think, boy getting killed years ago in the ring. There was nothing I would have done differently. Damn that really bothered me. Tragedies, God I wish they never happened, the aftermath for many after a career in boxing I wish didn't happen, that is the bad side of boxing. But gosh what excitement boxing gives. It is like nothing else in sports and that is why I continue to be attracted to it. If it were abolished though I would understand."

Cooney and I have talked extensively about that night. Cooney was a ruthless, relentless finisher. If he hurt an opponent, he'd always step on the gas. He had a sadistic side to him that would make him want to put more and more hurt on his opponent. His trainer, Victor Valle, used to go wild on Cooney in the gym if he ever let up on a sparring partner, even a little.

"Finish him!" Valle would yell when Cooney staggered a hapless sparring partner. "What are you waiting for?"

I saw more than one gym session where Cooney left his sparring partner draped on the ropes.

The sustained beating and pummelling of Ken Norton was not Cooney's fault. Professional boxing matches have trained referees. They are the ones who are supposed to stop a match at the right time. Not too early, not too late. The right time. Referee Tony Perez was in there a few punches too late. He did that in other fights he officiated at, not just in Cooney Norton. Michael Spinks v Mustafa Wassaja was one of them. Ray Mercer v Tommy Morrison was another.

Yes, Cooney v Norton was a scary sight. All of us thought Norton was going to get killed as Cooney hammered him with blow after blow.

I enjoyed watching it.

But I hope I never see another one like it.

-Randy G.

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sumopop:

Great comment, DaveB. Said as much as I did with far fewer words. Thanks to Kid Blast for the other nice comment as well.--David Phillips.

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The Commish:

"Callum Smith R7 should have been a KO a while ago but Smith is happy to see what the tough eastern european can teach him, it's a seasoning type of fight. Quigg coming to defend his world title against the veteran Japanese contender in half an hour. Should be a great few fights before the main event."


I am looking forward to a seeing Quigg in action. This card is nothing short of excellent.

The Cleverly-Bellew rematch is nothing short of "can't miss boxing."

-Randy G.

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The Commish:

"Tijuana's Kenia Enriquez dominated from the opening bell to win the vacant WBO female flyweight world title by unanimous decision against southpaw Ana Arrazola on Friday in San Diego.

A packed crowd coming from Mexico and the U.S. saw the smiling Enriquez (13-0, 6 Kos) perform impressively at the Crowne Plaza Hotel. Arrazola (21-11-2, 13 Kos), from Mexico City, never could get a foothold in the 10 round fight.

"It was a very complicated fight," said Enriquez after the fight. "She would never stay in front of me."

With the opening bell Enriquez attacked with powerful punches that seemed to startle Arrazola with their ferocity. It was clear that the former minimum weight world champion expected a more placid and deliberate fight. It was deliberate in only that Enriquez was looking for a knockout in every round.

The crowd on one side of the large hotel reception room shouted intensely every single round with instructions and encouragement. But the cheers were not needed. Enriquez was intent on proving her superiority and that she was superior in speed, power and agility. Arrazola felt the early blows and seemed surprised by the power. For the next nine rounds the Mexico City boxer seemed resigned to surviving, not winning the fight.

Even Enriquez's jabs had power. She rammed them right through Arrazola's guard and the power would move her back a step. Straight right leads from Enriquez snapped through Arrazola's guard and left hooks ripped through too.

Arrazola never stood in one spot and never allowed the Tijuana fighter to pin her against the ropes. The Mexico City boxer always circled and though she never initiated an attack, she also never allowed Enriquez to put full power into her punches.

Though Enriquez smiled frequently in between rounds in her corner, she looked like a heat-seeking missile that would be satisfied with a knockout and nothing else. After five rounds of thorough domination she walked back to her corner with a smile but when the bell rang to begin the next round she slipped into another degree of intensity.

The blows came more frequently from Enriquez and from various angles in the sixth round. Arrazola used all of her technique and wisdom gained from more than 30 fights to fend off the fierce attack. She parried some of the blows and rolled with the punches to reduce the impact of the blistering right hands and hooks. It was the most intense attack of the night. Enriquez would have gained a knockout if the round was three minutes instead of two minutes. But the round ended and Arrazola had survived.

Enriquez softened her attack in the seventh then resumed another fierce attack in round eight. Though not as intense, it was still strong and Arrazola seemed surprised that Enriquez still had the energy. The Tijuana boxer seemed locked in and never seemed to tire.

In the ninth round Enriquez moved in for a knockout again with laser rights that looked beautiful in their speed and technique. A few shots to the body got a reaction from Arrazola, who was determined to not go down. The southpaw would not allow Enriquez to pin her on the ropes and would not stand in front of her for more than 10 seconds. It was a wise plan.

Though Arrazola had not been able to mount an attack at any point in the fight, she did show what could be done to survive. Remarkably the Mexico City boxer never held in the fight. Instead, she parried and circled continuously without running. It was a solid plan but she could never get a bead on Enriquez.

The final round saw Enriquez rip a right hand immediately after shaking Arrazola's hand with a smile. Friend or no friend, the Tijuana fighter was looking for a knockout win and was taking no prisoners. When the round ended it was clear that Enriquez was the victor.

All three judges scored every round for Enriquez 100-90, 100-90 and 100-89.

"It was the most difficult fight of my life," said Enriquez. "Whenever I tried to end the fight she would move or do something to get away. But I expect to see this type of fight again in this level."

Enriquez has also shown that she can bring crowds from both sides of the border."




I have had a few looks at Ms. Enriquez before, and this little lady can fight! I know not all of you are fans of female boxing, but watch her if you can. You will most certainly love what you see. She is an action fighter all the way.



Congratulations to Kenia Enriquez, now the WBO female flyweight champion.



-Randy G.

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Pazuzu:

"Skibbz, how did the predictions come down from TSS crowd?"

Or, as I should have asked, did anyone besides The Commish pick Algieri?

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Pazuzu:

"There's only a few days left until the fight, who's everyone picking?



I'm going with Pacquiao. Chris finds himself square too often, and those ear muffs won't stop a single punch from landing on his brainbox. We might see a valiant effort from Algieri but I think Pac will ultimately stop him by the 7th or 8th.



Who have you guys got picked?"




Skibbz, how did the predictions come down from TSS crowd?

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Froggy:

"I don't if he is originator of that, but the late, great trainer Gil Clancy said that umpteen times while he was a talking head. Hills!"



I read it recently in a Steve Kim article on UCN, it wasn't Gil Clancy but I don't know who it was ! A boxing writer I think, one I had not heard of !

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Radam G:

"I wish I could think of who said it oubobcat, but somebody once said " boxing records are like bikini's, they show a lot but don't reveal everything " !"

I don't know if he is originator of that, but the late, great trainer Gil Clancy said that umpteen times while he was a talking head. Holla!

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Skibbz:

Radam it's the ayahuasca he's been drinking. I heard him say Algieri has the universe on the side and power of the full circle... They suffer from the same dilusion George Groves has. It can become a monster if not tamed..

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The Shadow:

"Glad to see this fight in finally set. This will be an excellent way to open 2015.

I have yet to decide who I am picking. Its a real tough call and one of the reasons this fight is so intriguing. I am hopeful Wilder can become a star but also concerned about how he has been moved so far in his career. He has developed bad habits in the ring and needs to correct those against someone like Stiverne who is not Jason Gavern, Malik Scott or Nicolai Firtha.

As for Stiverne, what kind of shape will he be in and what will his mindset be facing Wilder? There have been rumors that Stiverne has allowed himself to get out of shape since the big win against Arreola. Stiverne has very good skills and can crack as he showcased in his two wins against Arreola. But was that the peak of his career and will he continue to stay hungry and motivated.

I can't wait for this one myself."


Call in tonight, Mr. McConaughey!

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The Shadow:

"Imagine being bombarded with the same **** and questions constantly all the time.

At some point you become annoyed and less sensitive.

You know how exhausting it is for me to explain a knee replacement, over and over and over, and over? Yes it is my job and I am always professional about it, for the sake of my job, but in boxing you can be shitty, emotional or disrespectful
and continue on."


I hear ya but he wants to talk. He enjoys the questions. He loves being surrounded by people and reporters asking him. It doesn't annoy him. He embraces it!

In fact, his girlfriend/publicist has to tell him to stop because he will shoot the sh*t with you all night.

At Wild Card dude was telling me, "I have two guys who can beat Floyd," referring to, of course, Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan.

Even though he said it, at least he wasn't abrasive about it.

He made a salient point and I just listened. "I just like the guy who throws a 100 punches a round over the guy that throws 20," he said.

Just like that.

But at no point in time was he being a jerk like he is now. Even the way he was in Macau last year before he ate that kick, it seems like he's become douchey.

Maybe it's when the cameras come out. Because in person he's a very nice, patient, friendly guy.

"Angele was a nice man. The best. Would never say a bad word about anybody," Roach said. "I'm not there yet but that's who I'm striving to be like every day."

I like to think I can get a good read on people. That stuff he's been saying lately is just nuts; nothing like the guy I've seen.

THAT SAID, this is not a gentleman's sport. This is boxing. This is warfare that includes battles of business, minds, leverage, position, money, political standing, media WAY before the first punch is ever thrown.

All is fair in love and war. And there's a reason why he's 124-time Trainer Of The Year.

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amayseng:

"Dude, he's been saying some off the wall sh*t! Dude is either a genius promoter or completely deranged. He's all over the place.

I liked him better when he was on his epic losing streak. Was much, much easier to deal with.

That said, he's a real nice guy in person, I've spent quite a bit of time just chatting with him at his gym after people left.

He's a nice guy and he wants to be just that. When the cameras and sh*t come in his face, this Mr. Hyde character just comes out in him, making him sound like a damn idiot."


Imagine being bombarded with the same **** and questions constantly all the time.

At some point you become annoyed and less sensitive.

You know how exhausting it is for me to explain a knee replacement, over and over and over, and over? Yes it is my job and I am always professional about it, for the sake of my job, but in boxing you can be shitty, emotional or disrespectful
and continue on.

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amayseng:

"Or is it a ploy being used to gain leverage in the Canelo negotiations?"

Bingo... If Freddie knows one thing, it is that hype creates intrigue which creates money.

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