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Radam G:

Team C-Al and company are telling themselves "little lies" -- sweet little lies. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyE4CLM0QIA. Holla!

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Radam G:

"They'll be racking up a lot of frequent flyer miles.

Then, on November 22, Algieri will rack up his 21st victory.

It'll be great to see them on the New York leg of their tour.

-Randy G."


Hehehehe! I won't be on New York leg of the tour. I don't want to catch that no-hope-in-this-life fever. Holla!

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Skibbz:

"Great post Skibbz. And as of today C-AL is a +700 underdog to beat Da Manny!"

I think it's time for some money to be made if I were backing him!

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Skibbz:

Let's hope he doesn't pick up any stomach bugs... Great to see your unbending confidence Commissioner, keep it up.

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Skibbz:

Shadow you're the type of person that only sees the ink on the paper. I can't debate with someone who wishes to blindly hold onto a technicality. Be honest with your friends and yourself in discussion. Cotto is the man who beat the man. Martinez avoided GGG and Cotto will too. Now Mayweather does not want any of GGG either and these are the facts.

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The Commish:

"Wow! You got it bad, Commish! Luv for your boy.

"B-ware" aka "The Haitian "Sensation is totally uncared and unscared of D-Wild.

You were an eyewitness -- or more of an earwitness last night on the USA mainland -- going in with biases on your show. Your condition of love for your boy makes you project and inject things that are not there to support your strong opinion about how the bout will end. You apparently have a bit of editorialized hearing.

I'm riding with "Gentleman" Gerry Cooney on this one. He had a looooong boxing career and knows the scent of great shyness versus the smell of scaryness. Holla!"


If "B-Ware" lays on the ropes the way he did against Cris Arreola, there is no doubt we will be hearing, "...and NEW..."

Even if he tries to keep the fight in mid-ring, we're gonna' be hearing those words.

I wish they'd give us the date, already!

Can't wait!!!

-Randy G

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The Commish:

They'll be racking up a lot of frequent flyer miles.

Then, on November 22, Algieri will rack up his 21st victory.

It'll be great to see them on the New York leg of their tour.

-Randy G.

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Radam G:

Thanks for the warning. Holla!

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The Shadow:

"Pretty much spot on KB.



You can tell from previous interviews with Freddie, and the way he pretends to not know who 3G is (when he has owned several guys azz from/in his own gym) that he understands the risk to any welterweight and/or light middleweight.



The only way Roach considers it is at a catchweight that hurts Golovkin.



Still, despite what Sanchez says there are plenty of guys for Golovkin to fight, even some that have mentioned his name.



For instance Hopkins has. But Bernard knows when a guy tries to read his rhythm and timing and how to prevent it.



Take that away from Gennady and there goes hit power hitting style. Since I know that, I assume Abel also does.



Froch has just had a fight fall through, so he would be available.



I am not sure Ward (or should we say GTP) - now that the legalities of his career are clear (hey that rhymes) - would be that difficult in negotiations.



Furthermore, the fight may appeal to Dan for a variety of reasons; aside from the fact GTP don't currently seem to have another statesman fighter in their stable.



Andre Dirrell has been calling out 3G.



Korobov is another decent fight.



See the trend here?



If you're a seriously competent legitimate middleweight (not light middleweight or really a welterweight with a light middleweight title {as Cotto is}) or super middleweight; K2 and it's associates to appear to have behavioural patterns that are similar to someone shying away from any opponent other than those that may present Gennady with an advantage.



No hating.



I love Gennady and appreciate he is awesome.



But he (and Abel) too have the option of stepping it up and exploring the real challenges and offers.



Peace."




Preach, brother. If they really wanted some challenges they don't have to look too far. But they're playing the game and they're playing it well.

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The Shadow:

"Shadow, you sound like the house niggah. Yes, there are lawyer's documents that certainly say that "we have the right of refusal." . Really, are you so white bread? Do u think Floyd Mayweather Jr. gives sh*t about what ShoBox thinks or their documents say? Yes. Floyd wud get sued by Showtime if they objected and he said "F-you, and went ahead and boxed wherever and under whoevers PPV, and yes, Floyd wud probably lose in court in a few years, but Showtime, knowing this, will cave and make special arrangements. I don't know what world you're living in, but it aint Floyds! That niggah duz what he wants; and Showtime is the one dancing to his tune when push comes to shove with Floyd."



Get lost, please.

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The Shadow:

"Very well said. Floyd may retire with a goose egg in the lost column and probably eclipse Marciano in doing so but there'll always be that asterisk next to his name that says "Ducked Pacquio and Ducked GGG." I think GGG puts Floyd in the hospital."



Ducked GGG? How do you duck someone who's never, ever competed in your weight class and happens to be signed to an exclusive deal with a competing broadcaster?



How exactly is he ducking GGG? Please tell me that.

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The Shadow:

"Miguel Cotto raided the 160 division at the right moment, swooped in got his 4th div title and will be out as fast as he came in. No, the real champion, the true king of the middleweights is the Kazakh fighter Gennady Golovkin."



You may have that opinion of Golovkin that he's the most talented at 160 and that's fine.



But that doesn't change the fact that the middleweight champion is Miguel Cotto -- a guy Mayweather has already beaten.



So not laughable to suggest he can beat him again.



Laughable is the notion to suggest that he can't.



Cotto may leave the division; we don't know. He just captured the real, legitimate, lineal title so unless he loses that or leaves -- which he may -- that is how it will remain.

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stormcentre:

"I don't think Freddy will let Cotto anywhere near GGG, although I would love to see that fight. Cotto is definitely game bred, but too many too many tough fights at this point."

Pretty much spot on KB.

You can tell from previous interviews with Freddie, and the way he pretends to not know who 3G is (when he has owned several guys azz from/in his own gym) that he understands the risk to any welterweight and/or light middleweight.

The only way Roach considers it is at a catchweight that hurts Golovkin.

Still, despite what Sanchez says there are plenty of guys for Golovkin to fight, even some that have mentioned his name.

For instance Hopkins has. But Bernard knows when a guy tries to read his rhythm and timing and how to prevent it.

Take that away from Gennady and there goes hit power hitting style. Since I know that, I assume Abel also does.

Froch has just had a fight fall through, so he would be available.

I am not sure Ward (or should we say GTP) - now that the legalities of his career are clear (hey that rhymes) - would be that difficult in negotiations.

Furthermore, the fight may appeal to Dan for a variety of reasons; aside from the fact GTP don't currently seem to have another statesman fighter in their stable.

Andre Dirrell has been calling out 3G.

Korobov is another decent fight.

See the trend here?

If you're a seriously competent legitimate middleweight (not light middleweight or really a welterweight with a light middleweight title {as Cotto is}) or super middleweight; K2 and it's associates to appear to have behavioural patterns that are similar to someone shying away from any opponent other than those that may present Gennady with an advantage.

No hating.

I love Gennady and appreciate he is awesome.

But he (and Abel) too have the option of stepping it up and exploring the real challenges and offers.

Peace.

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brooklynrules:

I couldn't agree more. Genady would put Floyd in the hospital. When you realize GGG DID NOT BOX Stevens. He boxed when he knocked him down in the 2nd, but Sanchez reminded GGG "no free shots, stay busy" in the beginning of the 5th, but GGG was intent (in his words) " "just broking him." He gave Stevens every opportunity, often going into the phone booth and punishing Stevens so badly that Stevens was pillar to post on the ropes. GGG could have won easy straying in the same aggressive boxing style he employed in rounds 1,2 and 3, but was intent on punishing Stevens, AND DID SO. See my "Idiots Guide to Golovkin-Stevens'
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5bjLN60E4A

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brooklynrules:

Shadow, you sound like the house niggah. Yes, there are lawyer's documents that certainly say that "we have the right of refusal." . Really, are you so white bread? Do u think Floyd Mayweather Jr. gives sh*t about what ShoBox thinks or their documents say? Yes. Floyd wud get sued by Showtime if they objected and he said "F-you, and went ahead and boxed wherever and under whoevers PPV, and yes, Floyd wud probably lose in court in a few years, but Showtime, knowing this, will cave and make special arrangements. I don't know what world you're living in, but it aint Floyds! That niggah duz what he wants; and Showtime is the one dancing to his tune when push comes to shove with Floyd.

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brooklynrules:

Very well said. Floyd may retire with a goose egg in the lost column and probably eclipse Marciano in doing so but there'll always be that asterisk next to his name that says "Ducked Pacquio and Ducked GGG." I think GGG puts Floyd in the hospital.

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Radam G:

Wow! You got it bad, Commish! Luv for your boy.

"B-ware" aka "The Haitian "Sensation is totally uncared and unscared of D-Wild.

You were an eyewitness -- or more of an earwitness last night on the USA mainland -- going in with biases on your show. Your condition of love for your boy makes you project and inject things that are not there to support your strong opinion about how the bout will end. You apparently have a bit of editorialized hearing.

I'm riding with "Gentleman" Gerry Cooney on this one. He had a looooong boxing career and knows the scent of great shyness versus the smell of scaryness. Holla!

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The Good Doctor:

Trout walked a fine line of career destruction in this one. Good to see him dig deep and get the win though.

He is far from ready for the big stage though. It looks like the losses he took from Lara and Canelo made him a little gun shy too. Something about Trout seemed timid at first.

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King Beef:

"Almost knocked out Trout came back and closed the show. Against a limited guy. Trout isn't at the top of the division . He has a couple fights to go before he gets to challenge . Good Friday nights fight though."

Entertaining fight, nice come back by Trout.

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deepwater2:

"Trout has changed his style. He's terrible looking nowadays. Miguel Cotto would kayo him EARLY. Holla!"



Almost knocked out Trout came back and closed the show. Against a limited guy. Trout isn't at the top of the division . He has a couple fights to go before he gets to challenge . Good Friday nights fight though.

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King Beef:

"Trout has changed his style. He's terrible looking nowadays. Miguel Cotto would kayo him EARLY. Holla!"

He made some nice adjustments, and appears to have pulled off the comeback; even put Dawson down in the 8th.
Going to the cards

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King Beef:

I don't think Freddy will let Cotto anywhere near GGG, although I would love to see that fight. Cotto is definitely game bred, but too many too many tough fights at this point.

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Radam G:

Trout has changed his style. He's terrible looking nowadays. Miguel Cotto would kayo him EARLY. Holla!

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King Beef:

"Knocked out Trout! Right hand over the jab might end the fight."

Trout recovering pretty good, taking control....Dawson is waiting too long trying to land that right. Also just twisted an ankle at the end of the 7th

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King Beef:

"Excellent point. I think the biggest key will be ....how well will Mayweathers hands hold up. I think he will try to put some Victor-Ortiz-presription-strength right hands on Maidana... If that's the case he could end getting injured and having to attempt winning the fight with a one handed offence. For what ever reason Maidana has more success exploiting Mayweather in the pocket than anyone else....or I should say he "appears to be getting to him". So obviously he will avoid the infighting a little more this time and vary his attack."

I have to agree with you B-Sug on the "appear to be getting to him". Alot of those punches were hardly clean, with that said it will probably be another ugly close fight. I am curious to see how May fights this time; Ghost bet the house that Mayweathers legs were shot after the Cotto fight, and he moved pretty good, so we will just have to see, but at 37 father time has to be catching up alittle bit.

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deepwater2:

Don King is gonna get his chubby champ an excuse to postpone the fight because even though Wilder hasn't been tested , once he gets BS on the ropes like Chris A did its goodnight. On another note Wilder gave a recent interview. He said he still smokes weed, still carries a pistol and was thinking of taking Charlie Z to a dark alley to finish him.
Please have an intervention with DW to nip this behavior in the bud. He has the world championship in his view. He needs security to watch over him from him. He needs a PR coach to school him. He needs a firm to get him on Madison ave. He needs a mentor to set him straight. Commish step in.

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deepwater2:

Knocked out Trout! Right hand over the jab might end the fight.

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Froggy:

"OMG! Don't make me puke. It is not a fluke. He won the belt , no doubt. Most people were saying that Martinez was going to knock him out. Holla!"



Fluke or no fluke, and I thought Cotto would be stopped by Martinez also, I will be shocked if Cotto stays ay 160 !

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Radam G:

OMG! Don't make me puke. It is not a fluke. He won the belt , no doubt. Most people were saying that Martinez was going to knock him out. Holla!

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riverside:

supporting "La Alacrana", Go Syndy!!

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