Question: Will Malignaggi Work MayPac for Sho/HBO?

All the pockets of drama have been ironed out as we head to this home stretch of this race to collect oodles of cash, and to see if indeed Manny Pacquiao can be the one to bring the majestic talent Floyd Mayweather down a peg, force him to taste defeat.

All the pockets, save one. OK, maybe two…as Bob Arum told me the other day, he expects some sort of “sneak attack” to pop up in the remaining days, and frankly, both sides are not immune to being able to stir the pot and inject doubt and anxiety in a foe at the 11th hour. It’s part of the game…

Paul Malignaggi, the mouthy pugilist/analyst from Brooklyn, is perceived as persona non grata to some in the Mayweather/ HBO camp. We hear they’d prefer he not be part of the show on Saturday, because he’s pulled no punches on social media in taking aim at Pacman for various perceived transgressions.

So what about it, Paulie? You going to be part of the show?

“Not sure,” said the hitter, who gloves up May 29 vs. Danny O’Connor, in Brooklyn, in a bid to see what he has remaining in the physical reservoir, at age 34. “I’m hearing mixed news, but I have a fitting for a tux later, so I assume yes, lol.”

And if by some chance he gets turned down, the kid will bounce back. “I’m still working with SKY regardless so I will be working somewhere on fight night.”

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-Radam G :

All the pockets of drama have been ironed out as we head to this home stretch of this race to collect oodles of cash, and to see if indeed Manny Pacquiao can be the one to bring the majestic talent Floyd Mayweather down a peg, force him to taste defeat. All the pockets, save one. OK, maybe too...as Bob Arum told me the other day, he expects some sort of "sneak attack" to pop up in the remaining days, and frankly, both sides are not immune to being able to stir the pot and inject doubt and anxiety in a foe at the 11th hour. It's part of the game... Paul Malignaggi, the mouthy pugilist/analyst from Brooklyn, is perceived as persona non grata to some in the Mayweather/ HBO camp. We hear they'd prefer he not be part of the show on Saturday, because he's pulled no punches on social media in taking aim at Pacman for various perceived transgressions. So what about it, Paulie? You going to be part of the show? "Not sure," said the hitter, who gloves up May 29 vs. Danny O'Connor, in a bid to see what he has remaining in the physical reservoir, at age 34. "I'm hearing mixed news, but I have a fitting for a tux later, so I assume yes, lol." And if by some chance he gets turned down, the kid will bounce back. "I'm still working with SKY regardless so I will be working somewhere on fight night." Follow Woods on Twitter. [url=http://www.thesweetscience.com/https://twitter.com/Woodsy1069]https://twitter.com/Woodsy1069
Paulie has some extreme behavior issues. And should indeed be persona non grata. Dude is too the point of being a ___ ____ ___. Sorta remind you of a few __ ___ ____ up in this Universe. The Powers that be at this live affair are not as patient and tolerant at Editor Mike. Paulie and dumb@$$ Alex Ariza have gotten to the point of mad dogging and walking away from the Pinoy and Asian media. It makes no sense for grow-@$$ men to act childish about an arse kicking that Money May is going to get. Holla!


-Radam G :

Paulie will definitely be doing his posion for Italy. Holla!


-Chris L :

I think he's working with Sky, he was on one of their shows promoting the fight last night


-stormcentre :

I usually like Paulie's breakdowns, analysis and commentary. Paulie is doing a (pretty) good interview on the boxing channel with that Clark Kent Compare looking microphone wielding cat, about the dis/advantages of Mayweather and Pac. The guy has some good insight even though I don't always agree with him; which . . . surely . . . means I must be right, and he "must" be wrong. So . . come to think of it . . Paulie - since he disagrees with me - should be canned. Just kidding, perhaps he made a mistake and doesn't know it. Perhaps he has an opinion. Well, then, that's going to far. Anyways, if I want his opinion I will give it to him. OK, where's that meth pipe? Ahh that's better now. Back to StormNormal or is that nSTORMal. Who cares right? Anyway . .. me was finking . .. If, Paul Malignaggi, the mouthy pugilist/analyst from Brooklyn, really is perceived as "persona non grata" by any camp due to his actions of pulling no punches on social media and taking aim at Pacman for various perceived transgressions; then wouldn't the Pacquaio camp prefer he be more unwelcome at the show? I would have thought that those (alleged) Paulie-actions would almost certainly ensure that Malignaggi was welcomed by the Mayweather camp, and therefore at the "show". Have I smoked too much Meth here? I guess it's possible. As people did warn me when I started to self medicate with my Oxys (that I didn't gleefully buy online from a Mexican web-pharmacy claiming "no prescription needed and delivered overnight") saying that Oxys lead to other stronger drugs. But hey, nuffing has dun nuffing 2me. I have a handel on wit. Aint no drug gunna controwl me. I cuntrowl dem. I am a race-car driver. I am. Pac will win. He will. :)