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Radam G:

"Manny vs. Floyd would be a relatively easy fight for Floyd stylistically. All of that lunging and jumping in would get Manny pot shotted all night long. Manny has pop, but hasn't had a knockout in years. Mayweather has been in with much harder hitters, therefore the KO factor would be null and void if this fight occurred. I don't agree with all of Mayweather's antics, but he is the best of his generation when it comes to putting on boxing clinics."



WOW! WOW! OMFG! You suffer from serious luv-Floyd blindness.



Lil' Floyd will get "pot shotted" and knocked down more time than Chris Algieri did, because delusional Lil' Floyd hops in with his slap jabbing, side-right bear clawing and kangaroo left hooking. And when Money May cannot shoulder roll, he puts on ear muffs. Da Manny "will his break his ribs and arm-pit missile "dat muthapucka and make him sh*t his trunks," says my Tio Mamoy.



Money May has no defense against Da Manny's right hook. And when and if Money May shoulder rolls, he will be a big sucker for Da Manny's left cross and left uppercut off it.



Money May is easy to beat. That is why about fighting Da Manny, he is in steady retreat. And to all his fanfaronades, fan boys and groupies, he bullsyets.



Look how clumsy and amateurish that Money May's foot work is. And don't forget how aboveI I wrote how he throws -- not shoot -- punches. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZmM9dxGvxs.



Money May doesn't want that work. Because Da Manny will destroy another myth, which is full of syet, xylocaine, blood doping and hormone replacement therapy. Holla!

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deepwater2:

Good pick. Many people would take Beterbiev over Stevenson right now.

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amayseng:

He's one to talk.

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Radam G:

"Floyd earns more than any other athlete in the world and he has done it by doing it "his way." Boxing is ARGUABLY a racist sport, but so is football (American) and other sports. Racism is ingrained in every facet of society. I choose to focus on Floyd's boxing ability because he is no Muhammad Ali when it comes to speaking out against the establishment or social injustice. He is a very good business man and a genius inside the ring. Nothing more, nothing less. He should exit the sport on his own terms after defeating Khan and Manny!"

I agree racism is everywhere. And Lil' Floyd is great with it. He is a chief racist who one day will stumble and tumble like all the rest. And he is awesome in dat squared jungle, but far from a genius. He knows who to fight and who not to fight. One slip up with matching, and he will be out like an Uncle Roger against Rocky Lockridge. Holla!

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OneTonMan:

I think BEN THOMPSON agrees with Mayweather ALL THE TIME.

He gets his scoop from Jr. and Sr.:rolleyes:

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Shoulder Roll Defense:

"I was just going to post that lol.



Floyd puts his foot in his mouth yet again!



Wasn't he remaining neutral or taking Donald Sterling's side when the Clippers situation imploded over the summer? Albeit that was a tricky situation in itself.



But whatever he does it for the money, although Dino made a good point; had he had a more marketable persona he would have gotten a ton of sponsorship endorsement and very well been close to attaining a billion dollars."




Floyd earns more than any other athlete in the world and he has done it by doing it "his way." Boxing is ARGUABLY a racist sport, but so is football (American) and other sports. Racism is ingrained in every facet of society. I choose to focus on Floyd's boxing ability because he is no Muhammad Ali when it comes to speaking out against the establishment or social injustice. He is a very good business man and a genius inside the ring. Nothing more, nothing less. He should exit the sport on his own terms after defeating Khan and Manny!

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Carmine Cas:

"And Floyd is one of the biggest racists in boxing!! I'll NEVER be on this A-holes band wagon. I'd rather jump off at highway speeds.

From a 2010 video -

"I'm on vacation for about a year, about a year," Mayweather said. "As soon as we come off vacation, we're going to cook that little yellow chump. We ain't worried about that. So they ain't gotta worry about me fighting the midget. Once I kick the midget ***, I don't want you all to jump on my d---. So you all better get on the bandwagon now. ... Once I stomp the midget, I'll make that mother f----- make me a sushi roll and cook me some rice."

http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/boxing/news/story?id=5527403"


I was just going to post that lol.

Floyd puts his foot in his mouth yet again!

Wasn't he remaining neutral or taking Donald Sterling's side when the Clippers situation imploded over the summer? Albeit that was a tricky situation in itself.

But whatever he does it for the money, although Dino made a good point; had he had a more marketable persona he would have gotten a ton of sponsorship endorsement and very well been close to attaining a billion dollars.

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Shoulder Roll Defense:

Manny vs. Floyd would be a relatively easy fight for Floyd stylistically. All of that lunging and jumping in would get Manny pot shotted all night long. Manny has pop, but hasn't had a knockout in years. Mayweather has been in with much harder hitters, therefore the KO factor would be null and void if this fight occurred. I don't agree with all of Mayweather's antics, but he is the best of his generation when it comes to putting on boxing clinics.

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Gabrielito:

Yeah there sure is! "I would never let a white boy beat me!" Comes to mind, as said by Bernard Hopkins. Floyd has tossed every anti- asian insult he knows at manny Pacquaio.

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Froggy:

"Kovalev beats Pascal like a red headed step child.



Pascal is a spurt fighter with poor stamina.



Kovalev is a machine grinding nonstop.



It will be mid fight stoppage."




I would not be surprised at all, amayseng, if Kovalev stopped Pascal in the middle rounds ! But Pascal could still give Kovalev much, much, more trouble than B-Hop gave Kovalev and I will be shocked if he doesn't ! How much trouble did B-Hop give Kovalev ?

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dino da vinci:

@michigan400. At highway speeds. Great line!

@NY Tony. Ah c'mon, you'll miss him a little bit.

@leon30001. Someone needs to explain to Money that if you truly do plan on engaging Mr Pacquiao, you need to be building him up, not tearing him down. People already know that most people who fight do not like each other. Sort of difficult to get warm and fuzzy about a guy whose agenda is to damage you. Look for my bulletin points (which I haven't assembled yet, but will get implemented virtually in their entirety by The Money Team) coming soon.

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deepwater2:

Don't take Rainone lightly like I did! He might not knock you out but he sure knows how to make you look bad and frustrate you.

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leon30001:

Floyd's right; and a lot of it emanates from his "own self"!

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Radam G:

Money May is such a BIG liar and bluffer. He doesn't know syet about Da Manny. And he tells one great exaggeration after another. But he won't step in dat squared across from Da Manny. I wonder why? And don't lie on an old Jew. Holla!

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michigan400:

And Floyd is one of the biggest racists in boxing!! I'll NEVER be on this A-holes band wagon. I'd rather jump off at highway speeds.



From a 2010 video -



"I'm on vacation for about a year, about a year," Mayweather said. "As soon as we come off vacation, we're going to cook that little yellow chump. We ain't worried about that. So they ain't gotta worry about me fighting the midget. Once I kick the midget ***, I don't want you all to jump on my d---. So you all better get on the bandwagon now. ... Once I stomp the midget, I'll make that mother f----- make me a sushi roll and cook me some rice."



http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/boxing/news/story?id=5527403

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Radam G:

"Was Floyd on prescription drugs during this interview? I heard him and he sounded doped up and confused.



I don't want to be in anyone's business- followed by I have to see Pac's last 6 paychecks.



It goes on and on. Who is advising Floyd to do interviews like this? This interview back fired on Floyd.



Floyd should of donated some of his fortune on causes related to ferguson related protests if he feels so strongly about it. The Judah's ,biggie Broner and Berto organized something and I didn't see Floyd or his steroid crew there.



Boxing will be better off when The best excuse retires again. Purse splits and ppv numbers are best kept at the negotiating table. The best fighters like to talk about fighting each other."




I already told you guys that Money May is on a trick of the trade taking-dat-syet medical procedure. His Pops, Joy May, is trying to play it off and take the attention off it by saying that his seed is going through a crisis from "seeing a murder-suicide." Maybe! But I don't buy it.



Anyway! Holla at Money May's latest rant:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sz4eEz3hKcQ. Holla!

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deepwater2:

"Can't wait for this boorish bore to retire."



Was Floyd on prescription drugs during this interview? I heard him and he sounded doped up and confused.



I don't want to be in anyone's business- followed by I have to see Pac's last 6 paychecks.



It goes on and on. Who is advising Floyd to do interviews like this? This interview back fired on Floyd.



Floyd should of donated some of his fortune on causes related to ferguson related protests if he feels so strongly about it. The Judah's ,biggie Broner and Berto organized something and I didn't see Floyd or his steroid crew there.



Boxing will be better off when The best excuse retires again. Purse splits and ppv numbers are best kept at the negotiating table. The best fighters like to talk about fighting each other.

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Radam G:

"Broner beat Duran ? That's a good one Radam, who has Broner ever beat that would make you say that ? I know you are joking, right ?"

I always call a spade a spade. And never hide in the spade. Stylistically, Broner would not be good for Duran, anymore than when a loud- mouth Asian rug rat barely outta diapers told ev'ybody and dey momma that the Jamaican-Brit Kirkland Laing have too much KAJAZZ and whup-azz for the great Roberto Duran. Holla!

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Radam G:

"Radam, come on, take this stuff serious, people may actually believe you're not kidding around. A half of Esteban DeJesus is worth 10 Broners. Sugar Ray Leonard, Wilfredo Benitez, Adrian Broner, what name doesn't belong. He struggled with an old Paulie, most likely lost to Ponce, and I'm relatively certain a prime Duran would have run him out of the arena, through the parking lot onto the on ramp, down the highway for two exits (possibly three, but I don't want to exaggerate here), off the ramp, down the street through a side alley and left the remains at a conveniently placed dumpster. The lightweight jumped up to welterweight and defeated Sugar Ray Leonard. Radam, Sugar Ray Leonard. The Ray Leonard that roared like a lion to get Tommy Hearns out of there. As a side bar can you imagine what Tommy Hearns would have done to Broner at 47? I shutter..."

Duran always got emotional against movers and clowners.

A clowning Broner would have had a very good chance to dance away the night to a decision. Wow! Tommy Hearn would have been arrested for double murder against Broner. Styles and promoters make fights. And anger makes bad sights.

Duran would have gotten angry at Broner, as Duran did with Paz and Camacho. And angry in a great boxer is self destruction. How many pugs have you known that self-destruct because of A -- for angry while fighting a pug who was acting like an arse? Stranger things have happened in "the theatre of the unexpected."

Hehehe! I'm glad that I didn't post how many greats that Buster Douglas and Gerry Cooney would upset. Holla!

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New York Tony:

Can't wait for this boorish bore to retire.

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thegreyman:

Ah, the fancy footwork of Adrien Broner- razzling and dazzling ATG's since 1989

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Froggy:

Broner beat Duran ? That's a good one Radam, who has Broner ever beat that would make you say that ? I know you are joking, right ?

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dino da vinci:

Radam, come on, take this stuff serious, people may actually believe you're not kidding around. A half of Esteban DeJesus is worth 10 Broners. Sugar Ray Leonard, Wilfredo Benitez, Adrian Broner, what name doesn't belong. He struggled with an old Paulie, most likely lost to Ponce, and I'm relatively certain a prime Duran would have run him out of the arena, through the parking lot onto the on ramp, down the highway for two exits (possibly three, but I don't want to exaggerate here), off the ramp, down the street through a side alley and left the remains at a conveniently placed dumpster. The lightweight jumped up to welterweight and defeated Sugar Ray Leonard. Radam, Sugar Ray Leonard. The Ray Leonard that roared like a lion to get Tommy Hearns out of there. As a side bar can you imagine what Tommy Hearns would have done to Broner at 47? I shutter...

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stormcentre:

"Sarcasm ruling the day, eh Storm?"



"It's obviously already too late, but someone should sit with Money and explain that had he not worked diligently on his wannabe gangster persona, he may have become the first multi-billionaire athlete when you couple in endorsements and investments. Instead he chose the opposite way, where leaches and parasites try to get his hard earned money, and trouble comes calling and endorsements run for cover."



Yes, a bit of sarcasm is not always a bad form of communication.



If I have interpreted your second post correct, I agree; Floyd is, sometimes, his own worst enemy.



He knows what the right thing is to say for most circumstances, and sometimes jumps straight for that.



But in doing so he, can, at times, also highlight the contradictions in his own methods/approaches and also reveal the conflictions his utterings have with his own action.



"I try not to get into anyone elses business, because I don't want anyone to get into my business".



Floyd desperately needs a genuinely sincere personal advisor, and one that he is prepared to listen to.



Dont hold your breath.

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BFF:

I'm glad I have never paid to watch a Floyd fight. This guy is such an hypocrite. Floyd is a racist within the sport of boxing, so who the hell is he to speak. That is one main reason for me disliking this guy.what a fraud.

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Radam G:

More for Money May for to be jealous about. On Da Manny's 36th birthday, he become 1$tar honorary P-lslands Army General and Commodore in the P-Islands Coast Guard. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ok6t_tFGnhs. Holla!

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Radam G:

Adrian Broner would have beaten Roberto Duran easily by frustrating him with the Broner's shenanigans, movement and speed.



A young Duran was very much like a Broner in between fights.



Duran would blow up in weight, party hardly and had a tude and a half, and was too emotional in dat squared jungle when he could catch you. And beat your arse like he wanted too.



As a young fighter, he was all emotionally crazy and lost to a speedy Esteban DeJesus.



As a prime pug, he went "No mas" against a fast, shifty Sugar Ray Leonard and to a sharp, punching, speed-demon Kirkland Laing, he lost. And a too-swift Wilfred Benitez potshot Duran pretty badly.



As an old-past-his-prime pug, Duran lost to speedsters Vinny Paz and the late, great Hector "Macho Time" Camacho did a job on him two times a piece.



Thus, to me, Bone head -- I mean Broner -- would have easily dusted up the emotional young, prime and old "Hands of Stone" by taunting him with bad language and popping he with speedy shots. And then frustrating him with fancy footwork and clowning. Holla!

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Radam G:

Wow! I told you guys on another Thread a couple days ago that Money May was going to come up with "racism" bullsyet to keep from fighting Da Manny.



Money May is a sociopath. And a sociopath is going to come up with the most odd jive that only exists in his head. And he does it on key.



Money May has already accepted that he cannot beat Da Manny. But his excuse for not being able to beat Da Manny is that white AmerKanos are going to rob him.



OMFG! Let all the judges and referee be Afro-AmerKanos, Money May is still going to get knocked da double fudge OUT. He cannot beat Da Manny, And, bottom line, he knows that. And he is scared s***less. And is a sociopath playing with minds of the weak and others who are like him. Holla!

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dino da vinci:

It's obviously already too late, but someone should sit with Money and explain that had he not worked diligently on his wannabe gangster persona, he may have become the first multi-billionaire athlete when you couple in endorsements and investments. Instead he chose the opposite way, where leaches and parasites try to get his hard earned money, and trouble comes calling and endorsements run for cover.

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dino da vinci:

Sarcasm ruling the day, eh Storm?

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