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the Roast:

I don't give a rat'sass who Quillin fights next or if he ever fights again for that matter. Never once have I turned on my TV and said, "Oh Boy Peter Quillin is coming up next!" Give the TV time to somebody new. Peter hasn't shown me much and he hasn't fought anyone of note at all. Forget this guy.

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Radam G:

How soon do we forget! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9FXa13Jn9k. Holla!

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The Shadow:

Here are a few other Bernard quotes:



"Anybody that punches Bernard Hopkins has to get something back. And when he gets hit back, he's going to re-adjust and say 'wait a minute I didn't like that.' Game changed. Fight changed. Strategy changed and the outcome is changed.



"I take their souls from them. I beat these guys down. I take something that they can never come back. You've heard from Tarver, but when was the last time Tarver looked good since he fought me. I take their souls. They are no longer the same. Jermain Taylor is a 60-year-old fighter now."



FYI, since he said this, he's taken the souls and/or derailed the careers of Kelly Pavlik, Jean Pascal, Chad Dawson and Enrique Ornelas.



"I systematically take your mind, take your soul, and then beat you."



This is a risky, risky fight and the intrigue grows every day. Can't wait to see what happens.

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The Shadow:

"This is Al Hayman in the flesh... The most recent pic I've seen to date..

You can't steer you fighters in the best interest of the public or the fighter suffers.

Steer the fighters to make the moves that are in their best interests and the fans suffer.

The trick is finding the best balance between the two."


The thing is this: Al Haymon's job description doesn't include the fans. His sole responsibility lies with the fighter. It is every manager's job to get his fighters the most money for the least risk.

That's what every manager does. Frank Espinoza, Cameron Dunkin (who absolutely REFUSES to match his guys), Gary Hyde, Shelly Finkel...

In fact, Finkel is the one who got Mike Tyson tons of money for fighting stiffs over and over and over after he came back from his suspension.

One guy who operates much like Haymon in the managerial capacity -- but probably even to a greater extent -- is Miguel Cotto's advisor Gaby Peńagaricano.

He is the type of dude that will do absolutely everything to make sure his client has everything he wants and doesn't give a rat's a$$ about the opposition.

(If Gaby had more fighters, oh gosh, fans would definitely not like him. But Cotto loves him.)

He's the reason Cotto almost fell out completely with Arum. Had it not been for Todd DuBoef that relationship would've been GONE, mainly due to Arum's vindictive nature. This guy holds grudges like no other. Just ask.

Anyway, it's the manager's job to ask for the most for his client. Just like an agent is supposed to get the most for his football player or basketball player.

No one expects LeBron James to go play with the Lakers for $5m per year just because fans would like to see them play together.

It's ridiculous, about 10 years or so ago the Cleveland Cavaliers owner Gordon Arum got mad because they let 2nd round draft pick power forward Carlos Boozer -- who had put up spectacular numbers -- out of his rookie contract ($700K/year) so they could lock him for six years.

So they offered him about $41m deal over six years, a very low offer considering his production, but much, much better than his terrible rookie contract. After hearing he was available, Utah Jazz stormed in with an offer of $68m, $27m more.

Cavs had the option to match but elected not to because they were cheap. Instead they slandered him (sounds familiar?) and said he didn't care about "the fans," how it was a slap in the face to "the fans."

What was he to do? Turn down the money?

No one blames Allan Houston for taking that ridiculous $100m deal with the Knicks. They blamed James Dolan who they then named the "Einstein of Incompetence."

Which is the more fair allocation of blame. The representative is going to ask for the moon and Uranus. It's up to the owner/employer to put his foot down.

At the end of the day, the onus lies on the promoter and the networks.

Fans may not like seeing Garcia-Salka but that is exactly the kind of fight that proves how much ahead of the competition Haymon really is as a manager.

(Regarding Garcia, I don't see the big problem; he's had one of the toughest stretches, including the tough, tough fight with Herrera. He got one tune-up. Froch just fought Yusaf Mack in between his list of killers, too.)

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Radam G:

WOW! Be aware of optical illusions.

The last time that I saw tsAH CLOSE UP all of his teeth were straight. We met grin to grin. I was sneaking outta the room of one of his Hip Hop lady clients. He was one mad he byyyytcccch. Y'all know me! I'm down with O-P-P!

Nice work, TSS! Holla!

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Radam G:

Clottey will get the shot at Canelo. No way in the hot of hell is Canelo coming an ice ˘ube close of "Boo Boo" Andrade. And Kirkland is too risky for the red-headed hype. Holla!

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The Shadow:

LOL yes, that's what he looks like. He's a tall, skinny, lanky fella who looks conspicuously ordinary.

Instead of wearing the dapper two-piece/three-piece suits, his suits look like the type that you get from Walmart, you know, the ones you go cop because you have a job interview at a temp agency.

He used to go around the media room completely unnoticed, probably mistaken for some obscure veteran reporter from Oregon who covers boxing once or twice a year.

That said, dude got a little bit of street swagga to him! Don't be fooled. And he fits right in with everyone. Whether it's the young street kid or the mightiest executive, he's been said to speak their language.

But yeah, that's him.

Here he is with Eddie Murphy and his dad:

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Here Alan is in one of his more dapper moments. I guess he thought to himself he couldn't look too fly or he wouldn't go under the radar:

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brownsugar:

Dimitri Andrade hands down

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brownsugar:

This is Al Hayman in the flesh... The most recent pic I've seen to date..

You can't steer you fighters in the best interest of the public or the fighter suffers.

Steer the fighters to make the moves that are in their best interests and the fans suffer.

The trick is finding the best balance between the two.

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amayseng:

Is that what Al Haymon looks like?


Yikes, no wonder he stays in the shadows

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amayseng:

That would be a fantastic fight.

Put GGG vs Cotto on that card

and Canelo vs Jaccobs....



Hey I can dream cant i?

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brownsugar:

"It will be Danny "Smooth" Garcia and his wacky pops Angel "Rough Edges" Garcia. Fasting-for-Ramadan Amir Khan is walking around at a buck seventy, so buzzes the pugvine of the United Kingdom. AK doesn't want any. He's all joke -- I mean smoke -- and no fire. Holla!"



Thanks for plugging us into the vine RG. Garcia possess the attributes to make it interesting.

Meaning he's not as skilled a boxer but he does possess a punchers chance.

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deepwater2:

Oscar is being polite while he gets his house in order. Hopkins telling tsAH not to help him is only something That The Alien can pull off. I think he has fun telling off the powers that be.

I wonder which vampire squids your talking about? So many squids to choose from these days.

I always thought that the pic used here of tsAH was a parody or something. That's really how the guy looks?

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Radam G:

It will be Danny "Smooth" Garcia and his wacky pops Angel "Rough Edges" Garcia. Fasting-for-Ramadan Amir Khan is walking around at a buck seventy, so buzzes the pugvine of the United Kingdom. AK doesn't want any. He's all joke -- I mean smoke -- and no fire. Holla!

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brownsugar:

Definitely a lot of valid viewpoints ....and many diverse opinions..... Several ways this scenario can play out.
Its just disappointing that such a legitimate confrontation has to take a backseat to the secretive business of boxing.

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brownsugar:

It would be a good place to start. But who is to say what direction Manny will head to next? A lower weight class? Algeiri (the rematch if PAC gets out hussled)



Unless Arum cosigns its just wishful thinking



But I think Khan would be a more popular choice.

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brownsugar:

It would be a good place to start. But who is to say what direction Manny will head to next? A lower weight class? Algeiri (the rematch if PAC gets out hussled)

Unless Arum cosigns its just wishful thinking

But I think Khan would be a more popular choice.

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The Commish:

"Fernandes, as usual you got your nose in the wrong area..East...Zsolt..You know after all invested you still smell the undarm! not the dance..the art the Corazone primo...Ya still a yokel homey thats all for yer constituence and usually have no sents of discerment!"

Said only as Bernie C. could say it.

-Randy G.

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The Commish:

Shadow, all I can say to your post (#6 on this thread) is "Wow!" I am breathless after reading that. Luckily, we have become friends who get to spend some time with each other. We've got to talk more about the system of education.

Over to Floyd, I'm sure he doesn't read as horrifically as the videos depict. If he does, so what. I have a doctor friend who reads the same way.

"I just can't read printed copy like you guys in radio and TV," he tells me. All he does is intricate plastic surgery. I can read copy. I can't do plastic surgery.

Floyd Mayweather is not a great copy reader. Guess what? I don't want him to be a great copy reader. I want the news and sports anchors I watch at night to be great copy readers. I want to see Floyd Mayweather fight. I'm not interested in hearing him read.

I want to hear my favorite actors deliver their lines flawlessly. I don't want to see them fight.

No, Floyd Mayweather didn't go to college. He received a minimum of education.

Yet, in the School of Hard Knocks, he is a Professor Emeritus, worth more than the national debt of many small countries.

Read? Floyd has back-to-school giveaways every year to hundreds of needy school kids. I don't see scores of other millionaire athletes, or educated businessmen, doing the same thing.

Like I said earlier: "I want to see Floyd Mayweather fight. I'm not interested in hearinghim read."

-Randy G.

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deepwater2:

Those two are the gentleman I referred to as being so juiced up, that Floyd will fail a drug test if he touches them.



Those two are going to over-react, make a big mistake and cost Floyd some lawsuit money. Fire them Floyd.

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Bernie Campbell:

Fernandes, as usual you got your nose in the wrong area..East...Zsolt..You know after all invested you still smell the undarm! not the dance..the art the Corazone primo...Ya still a yokel homey thats all for yer constituence and usually have no sents of discerment!

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The Shadow:

Are y'all seeing Floyd's new security boys talking mad sh*t right now?

Jersey Shore, mutant looking suckers. Look like Paulie Malignaggi bathed in mutagen and turned into that. Or maybe like Michael Buffer when he morphs into Rumbleman!

These boys think they're cutting a WWE promo while they look like Chippendale rejects who are trying a little too hard to act macho. "If you touch Floyd, we touch you!"

The other one then says, "he says he wants to go in the alley with Floyd. Well he can go in the alley with me and I'll take care of him. He's the one who disrespected Floyd first!"

Riiiiiiiiight. You know these dopes can't fight. They'll gas in two seconds. "Rumble man TIRED!"

Better go get some more GH. Robert Garcia may just be the trainer but they forget that Roberto Garcia is the same age as Floyd, the former champ and still one mean ese.

Seriously, these WWE looking dudes are poppin' off so bad I'm just waiting for Booker T to pop out and say, "HULK HOGAN! We comin' for you, *****!"

Anyway, here's the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKy1iKPDlVk#t=1587

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Radam G:

"The Khan Academy is free and programs like: University of the People ,can teach you more than most traditional universities ever could.

Most of the successful neurosurgeons and doctors I work with , homeschool their children and only use the public schools for activities like sports and drama. When the time comes that they decide they want to work in a specific profession then they will go to college for the specific degree and usually at 16 years old. The most respected museums in NYC have programs and classes for young children for pennies on the dollar. Unless you have a specific profession mapped out, college can be an expensive mistake.


From wikipedia:

Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan to provide "a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere." Its website features thousands of educational resources, including a personalized learning dashboard, over 100,000 practice problems, and over 6,000 micro lectures via video tutorials stored on YouTube teaching mathematics, history, healthcare, medicine, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, cosmology, American civics, art history, economics, and computer science. All resources are available for free to anyone around the world. By 2013, they were used by about 10 million students per month. Khan Academy's micro lectures have been watched over 468 million times."


Wow! Thanks for the publicity. Without telling my business, I'm a volunteer educator of Khan Academy. OMG! There are some resourceful, educated dudes and dudettes up in this Universe. You know so much of the reality of the actuality. It's a joy when you are with guys who don't have to and don't fake it. Holla!

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deepwater2:

Didn't Quillin hire an advisor and a lawyer so that they could go over the details of the contract for him? I am sure Quillin can give the OK from the hospital waiting room. Anyone taking bets that Quillin signs the contract at all?

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deepwater2:

The Khan Academy is free and programs like: University of the People ,can teach you more than most traditional universities ever could.



Most of the successful neurosurgeons and doctors I work with , homeschool their children and only use the public schools for activities like sports and drama. When the time comes that they decide they want to work in a specific profession then they will go to college for the specific degree and usually at 16 years old. The most respected museums in NYC have programs and classes for young children for pennies on the dollar. Unless you have a specific profession mapped out, college can be an expensive mistake.





From wikipedia:



Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan to provide "a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere." Its website features thousands of educational resources, including a personalized learning dashboard, over 100,000 practice problems, and over 6,000 micro lectures via video tutorials stored on YouTube teaching mathematics, history, healthcare, medicine, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, cosmology, American civics, art history, economics, and computer science. All resources are available for free to anyone around the world. By 2013, they were used by about 10 million students per month. Khan Academy's micro lectures have been watched over 468 million times.

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Froggy:

WOW ! All I can say shadow is WOW , I am not American, I am Canadian but I don't disagree with you at all, same thing north of your border ! Very well written !

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The Shadow:

"Good comments .....while were are on the subject most people graduate without knowing how to stay out of debt...keep a job, buy a house, stay married, raise kids or negotiate a car deal.... I say the educational system is overrated."

It's extremely overrated. Education is a trap, actually. It teaches you to be a good little slave.

Ugh.

If they really wanted to fix the situation with unemployment and poverty -- IMO -- what they need to do is tear the curricula to shreds and build all academic material around a simple foundation consisting of accountability, positive thinking, entrepreneurship, goal setting and social skills.

(Certain demographics are taught most of these principles from home, which carry over to every aspect of their lives and become the cornerstone of their success.)

Those five pillars right there is all you need. You would create jobs, opportunities, you would practically wipe out the residual remnants of slavery and create a truly free market.

But they don't really want that.

Instead, they brainwash kids from young to focus on academics, which is important, but graduating and graduating and graduating so you can get in to a good college and eventually put all your eggs in the one basket that says "Get a good job."

They want classism, often mistaken for racism.

They want the insane unemployment rate that Deepwater brought up. They want people to think that $100,000 a year is a the marker of success.

The United States has the highest ratio of executive salary-to-employer compensation by a gross amount. Most countries worldwide had a ratio that surely favored the bosses. (I have to locate this chart, I forgot where I saved it.)

But compared to the second-highest, the US was just off the charts. When I was reading it, I started calculating, percentage wise, how much this $100,000 salary was in comparison to what the top dogs were racking in.

It turned out that the numbers were very similar to what it would cost to feed and breed a slave relative to the purchase price and annual labor value.

THAT IS SICK!

In other words, someone who goes through college, racks up student loans (sharecropping anyone?), then gets "rewarded" by landing a corporate job that pays six figures (HOORAY!) feels like he has made it.

Little does he know, he's essentially a house slave like Stephen in Django Unchained.

Education, as it exists now, is little more than a tool to maintain the status quo of 10% bosses controlling the 90% workers. If entrepreneurship and goal setting were taught, this balance would be upset.

Pimps and hos, y'all.

Before anyone gets cynical about my relationship with formal education (since this is something dropouts often say), I am essentially a lifetime student with degrees out the azz -- it's practically what I do best.

Moreover, I have seen the slave mentality up close and personal growing up with my black grandmother. And I saw the RADICALLY different mentality living with white father, a very successful businessman.

After I moved in with him he spent years trying to de-condition me from that whole slavery mentality.

Because he never went to school, we thought me going would be a good idea, mainly because I wanted to become a journalist. Later, I so desperately wanted to have an MBA because one teacher told me it's the ticket to good salaries so I looked up those with that. But in retrospect, anything I do, I could've --and have-- just as easily learned from my father.

Whether it be finance, work ethic, thinking, what have you. And on the writing end, I got published a few times as 15-year-old 9th grader anyway!

So today, instead of feeling empowered from getting degrees, all I see is how many are out there, how many MBAs for sale you can find all over, how many are unemployed and how little it really matters.

So Suge, not only is it overrated, it's a fucking scam.

P.S. I've tweeted about this before but the reality is, the network of millionaires who drop out of college compared to millionaires who didn't is not even a comparison.

It's like comparing the drawing power of school-dropout Floyd Mayweather to Mr. Masters Degree Chris Algieri. Oh, wait...

P.P.S Last year, the fast-growing education industry was at $4.4 TRILLION. Nowadays, with unemployment high and education sold as the ticket out, in just a year it has skyrocketed to over $7 trillion.

Like I said, pimps and hos.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2013/02/09/global-education-market-reaches-4-4-trillion-and-is-growing/

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dino da vinci:

Brown, what I believe Storm meant was to please consider any quality posts that happened the half day before your scheduled start as mod.

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The Shadow:

"I'm at a disadvantage when discussing the business side Shadow. But I can comprehend what you say... But if Floyd can give out free turkeys on holidays he can at least fight a turkey for free as a gesture of good will. (Insert any top 20 fighter here).

Good comments"


Hahaha true! I think we might see that, actually. There's been talks of that in the past.

He's wanted to go on a tour, fight a relative jabroni, like a foreign, lower-Top 10 guy for $10 million, fight next month for another $10m, which would allow for free TV to enter the equation while padding his record.

I don't know what happened to it but I can only assume that his advisors talked him out of it, considering you might saturate the market.

Especially now that he has his guaranteed PPV contract. But once that expires, I really wouldn't be shocked if they threw some decent money at him for a showcase fight a la Pacquiao-Algieri or DLH-Forbes to take place in Dubai, televised on CBS.

They could definitely recoup that.

If he really wants to develop his stable, he should consider taking 3-4 fights like that on CBS and have his guys showcased on there.

I'm with you, Suge, fight that turkey!

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flackoguapo:

Wow! Commish,that pumped me up! Thank you. I am a lot more informed now and ready for the "bright lights" haha. I will make sure to learn and pay extra attention to B-Sug while he does his thing...

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