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The Good Doctor:

""Floyd" has never officially lost. But he got beaten in the actuality of the reality by JL Castillo in Bout I. And he lost to Cotto in Bout I. And if he fights 3m/Da Manny, he will lose in Bout I, II and III.

Styles make fights. And ev'ybodee and dey momma who don't not have overbearing man luv for Lil' Floyd know that he has a tough time with southpaws. Three out of four southpaws that he fought knocked him on his arse and/or carved up he mug. Holla at the videos. There are no optical illusions about these things. Holla!"


Interesting take there Radam. I have watched the Castillo fight and I cannot say that Floyd won that fight. I am so sure he lost, but he did not win it. I did find it interesting that Lederman who is a pretty good scorer had it for Castillo 7-5 and he said he thought it was pretty obvious.

As for Cotto, again I will state that Cotto is my dude and I am the #1 Cotto fan. However, as bad as I wanted him to beat Floyd and as competitive a fight as it was, Floyd took it. What made that one pretty clear was that Floyd closed the show in that fight. He took Cotto to the woodshed in 11 and 12.

I also see that alot of people think Oscar beat Floyd which I think is ridiculous. That one was a clear 8-4 in my eyes. What say you on that one Mr. G?

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michigan400:

Few days late and a few million short.



But,,, I think we have gone from a 50/50 fight in 2009, to a "pretty sure" Floyd victory in 2012, now back closer to 50/50 after Mayweather had trouble with Chino in the 1st fight and looked stiff and off in the second (compared to his usual self anyway). If Maidana can push him like that and land punches, Pac WILL get some shots in and they WILL hurt. I think it's back to 50/50 if Pac looks good against CA.

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Froggy:

"If I'm not Mistaken Manny P has been KO'd 3 times in his Career and Floyd has never lost right??????"



I thought Oscar beat him also !

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Radam G:

"If I'm not Mistaken Manny P has been KO'd 3 times in his Career and Floyd has never lost right??????"

"Floyd" has never officially lost. But he got beaten in the actuality of the reality by JL Castillo in Bout I. And he lost to Cotto in Bout I. And if he fights 3m/Da Manny, he will lose in Bout I, II and III.

Styles make fights. And ev'ybodee and dey momma who don't not have overbearing man luv for Lil' Floyd know that he has a tough time with southpaws. Three out of four southpaws that he fought knocked him on his arse and/or carved up he mug. Holla at the videos. There are no optical illusions about these things. Holla!

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Skibbz:

Yes it will happen and it will be a great night of boxing. I only hope the undercard is on par with the main event.

Anyone who can should purchase seats ringside, it will be a phenomenal event without equal in this era without a doubt.

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Radam G:

"If I'm not Mistaken Manny P has been KO'd 3 times in his Career and Floyd has never lost right??????"

That has nothing to do with them fighting. Your mad man luv for Money May is lacking commonsense now. Holla!

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SouthPawFlo:

If I'm not Mistaken Manny P has been KO'd 3 times in his Career and Floyd has never lost right??????

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Froggy:

"No doubt! Mayweather would get KTFO! He could never stay more than five rounds with 3m/Da Manny. Now Money May might can beat Da Manny in the three-round fights of the 2016 O-games of Brazil. Holla!"



That is music to my ears, thanks RG !

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Radam G:

No doubt! Mayweather would get KTFO! He could never stay more than five rounds with 3m/Da Manny. Now Money May might can beat Da Manny in the three-round fights of the 2016 O-games of Brazil. Holla!

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Froggy:

"He would not win today, or the fight would be. In 2016, at 39 years old, he would not win in 12 rounds. He might in that three rounds of fighting in the O-Games. Holla!"



I just want to be sure RG, you mean Mayweather would not win, right ?

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Radam G:

"I don't think the fight will happen. But if it does, it will be more than irrelevant - it will be among the biggest (and certainly among the most cynical) ripoffs in the history of the sweet science. We all check expiration dates before plunking down our money, at least when it comes to cans of soup or jugs of milk. But not when it comes to boxing matches. Anyway, casual fans don't, not those so misguided and uninformed that they've actually bought into Mayweather's TBE nonsense, an act that's about as fresh as Lawrence Welk and his bubbles. This fight should have taken place three or four years ago. It didn't, precisely because Mayweather knows he would have lost, though it's true that he'd almost certainly win today (or in 2016) - a victory that would prove exactly nothing."

He would not win today, or the fight would be. In 2016, at 39 years old, he would not win in 12 rounds. He might in that three rounds of fighting in the O-Games. Holla!

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New York Tony:

I don't think the fight will happen. But if it does, it will be more than irrelevant - it will be among the biggest (and certainly among the most cynical) ripoffs in the history of the sweet science. We all check expiration dates before plunking down our money, at least when it comes to cans of soup or jugs of milk. But not when it comes to boxing matches. Anyway, casual fans don't, not those so misguided and uninformed that they've actually bought into Mayweather's TBE nonsense, an act that's about as fresh as Lawrence Welk and his bubbles. This fight should have taken place three or four years ago. It didn't, precisely because Mayweather knows he would have lost, though it's true that he'd almost certainly win today (or in 2016) - a victory that would prove exactly nothing.

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amayseng:

"When Canelo ditches Showtime for HBO, that's when the bosses will call Espinoza into the office and tell him to clean out his desk. Maybe he can join the Swiss banker and hang around the Mayweather gym."

I like how Canelo wants to go head to head against Floyd with ppv's....

Hopefully it will drive down the prices.

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dino da vinci:

@tRoast. Classy. Love ya, man.

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The Commish:

"Hehehehe! I don't know how you did, but you did. Are you hollering at my boy magic man/master illusionist David Blaine? Dude is over here in the P-Islands and he somehow straight-up stole my thought and proved it by letting you write similar to what I was going to be posting: "Muthasucka is the 'Haitian Inflation,' not the 'Haitian Sensation.' He ought to come to the P-Islands and holla at a dieting vocation...If he doesn't cut out the hogging, he will ready for D-Wild cremation...."



I do not believe in magic. So Imma just say that you and David B somehow jived and connived my thoughts. And probably sneaked in a phone to one another. If dat illusionist muthamagic dude does it again, I will be calling your show Friday, and telling you that I BELIEVE in MAGIC. Hehehe! Holla!"




Lol. I have a tap on your phone. I heard you talking about the 'Haitian Inflation," so I stole it before you could use it!



-Randy G.

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The Commish:

While it looks like the top spot in the PxP Ratings is nailed down, a few points still separates many of the other positions. Your ballot could be the one which moves somebody up--or drops them quicker than a GGG right to the chin.

You've got the rest of today. If you haven't done your list, today is the day.

The new TSS PxP List will be up tomorrow morning.

-Randy G.

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stormcentre:

Wicked.

Big Up . . . . OBC.

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dino da vinci:

Best of luck with your woman.

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the Roast:

I'm with you Robert Curtis. $75 is too much for a **** poor PPV. I don't watch 'em. The last PPV I ordered was Floyd-Ortiz. I went out to watch Floyd vs Canelo. I was thinking of going out this past Saturday but I started watching the Dallas Buyers Club with my daughter and I just stayed home. I looked online when the movie was over. The fight was in the 9th and not much had happened. Another UD for Floyd, bad reviews everywhere. No way I'm buying the next Pac fight either. I stick to the HBO and Showtime. The upcoming Hopkins-Kovalev fight will outshine both PPV cards guaranteed.
Welcome back you plummy bastard, keep it coming.

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flackoguapo:

1. Floyd Mayweather
2. Pacquiao
3. Andre Ward
4. G. Rigondeaux
5. Chocolatito Gonzales
6. GGG
7. B-hop
8. Klitschko
9. Mikey Garcia
10. Lomachenko

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deepwater2:

When Canelo ditches Showtime for HBO, that's when the bosses will call Espinoza into the office and tell him to clean out his desk. Maybe he can join the Swiss banker and hang around the Mayweather gym.

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Robert Curtis:

Awesome Dawson had a chance against Trout. He had speed and straightforward precision. The first knockdown was impressive. However, Austin created good angles and eventually assumed control of the fight.

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deepwater2:

I see Lomachenko is growing on people . He is something very special.

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deepwater2:

Espinoza will be fired this year. tsAH tells him what to do and it's not working out.

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deepwater2:

Floyd will retire soon enough and will never fight his nemesis, The honorable congressman ,MP.

Those Money Hungry girls Floyd pays off are aging him. LITT Floyd Mayweather. Long In The Tooth.

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deepwater2:

tsAH does not want a purse bid. He is behind the scenes making moves. He is also sending Stiverne, Peter Lugar steaks to keep him heavy. Don King wants an easy defense or two before BS is put in a live fight. Between tsAH and Don King I don't see this fight happening anytime soon.

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amayseng:

"Hmm. Why do you feel that? I just spoke with Wilder. He said everything is on track for a purse bid on October 1.

We shall see.

-Randy G."


For one because it was already postponed for a vague reason...

secondly, I am looking forward to it as that is just my luck...ha

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Radam G:

In the 2016 Olympic Games against one another. Pros will be able to scrap in Brazil in O-Games in 2016. Doc Wladimir K says that he will rumble in the O-Games. Maybe with D-Wild will be representing the USA, and even B-Ware will be representing Haiti. Holla!

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brownsugar:

Mayweather cannot continue to fight public opinion, the press, and litigate his lawsuits. He's as conflicted as the character who played the Gay Christian Vampire Reverend on HBO's "True Blood".
According to an article I read Warren Buffet was advised not to participate in Floyds ring walk after the fight. Others are calling for a Floyd Boycott...and the movement is gradually gaining traction
My daughter who normally watches all of Floyds fights didn't even watch the last one.
Floyd has had an amazing career as well as made some amazing mistakes but I cannot comprehend Floyd fighting (and winning against top talent) in 2016,
Heavy is the head who wears the P4P Crown.
It will be interesting to see what kind of note he can close out his career on.

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brownsugar:

"Feeling so delinquent. I see a few fights here and there. Drove down to Temecula to watch Austin Trout at Pechanga not long ago. I will try to get my reluctant butt back on here. But at 75 bucks a PPV, I don't think I can keep current and remain an honest, boxing-watching citizen. I've also got a new girlfriend who might be the one. So glad that you all time greats are keeping this website alive."



Its been a long time Bobby C. Nobody could utilize the word "bubble gum" in as many creative ways as you could in a sentence.

I'm.hearing Trout is so hungry to get back to the top he wants to fight Charlo now?

I hope he can make the fight, its a great cross roads fight.

I favor Charlo in that one. Welcome back.

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