ALGIERI: “A Win Will Propel Me Into the Top of the P4P Ratings”

Chris Algieri Blog part 2: Monday, Nov. 3

What type of challenges come with preparing for a fight on another continent with a much different start time? What’s at stake for the winner inside the welterweight division? What are your goals for the future in boxing?

“It just means you have to do a lot more time management in terms of scheduling and thinking ahead. You can’t just wing it, but I don’t do that with any part of my training anyways, so it is of no concern to me. Also we will be fighting at noon over there, and that is exactly what time I always spar, so that will actually be better for me. I am a morning person so being able to fight during the day will actually play in my favor.

“This is the top of the sport. The winner here goes on to make the biggest fights that are possible not only the welterweight division but in all of boxing. A win will propel me into the top of the pound-for-pound ratings and viewed as one of the best fighters in all of boxing.

“At this point I want the biggest fights out there. I have spent a long time fighting off TV and outside of the public eye. Now I want that exposure and I want to fight the biggest names out there in boxing. I want to show that I belong here. It has taken me a long time to get to this point, and I don’t plan on leaving now that I am here.”

“24/7 Pacquiao/Algieri” premieres Saturday, Nov. 8 at 1:00 a.m. (ET/PT) on HBO immediately following the live World Championship Boxing event from Atlantic City.

Pacquiao vs. Algieri happens Saturday, November 22 live on pay-per-view beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT.



-Radam G :

OMFG! C-Al is a master in spinning rhetoric in his favor. But it is not going to do him a bit of good in Macau in the late morning in that squared jungle. He's going to shut da double fudge up and be mumbling, stumbling and tumbling. And then down and out, he will be humbling. He is already beat up in the major PART of boxing. And that is mental. That is why he is manic with talking and doing the nasty with every hundred-dollar thot who gives him the eye. In Macau, he is going to fry. And that is no lie. Punched close will be his other eye. Holla at how his homie won't even tell that he beat the syet outta C-Al in sparring.
-> Meanwhile in Mindanao, P-Islands, Da Manny's sparring workers are not bashful:
-> Lastly, back in Sin City, USA, Lois Lane's kissing cousin Tim Lane is keeping the hallucination going in the mind of C-Al that he is going to beat Da Manny and even stop him with air punching and transformer mechanical moving:
-> Hehehe! There be no points for that jive in Macau. Toto -- I mean Chris -- you will no longer be in Kansas, I mean New York. Somewhere over the rainbow here in Pacific Rim of fire, you are getting KTFO. Haha! Wow! Tim Lane does a beautiful (mimicking Da Manny). Yup! RIGHT! HINDI! Holla!