LOTIERZO LOWDOWN: Why Did ANYONE Think Floyd Would Lose in Vegas?

Now that the “Letdown of The Century”–better known as Mayweather-Pacquiao, has come and gone, what’s left to say that hasn’t been covered or said?

Many observers realized before the bout that Mayweather was too physically big for Pacquiao and owned the style match-up. The fight was just as expected, not terribly exciting and pretty drama-less after the fifth round, sixth at the latest. Although it was clear before the bout that the fans were being duped, it’s abundantly obvious now. And sadly, once a little time passes and the stench from the fight has dissipated, it won’t take much to get them to buy a rematch between Floyd and Manny.

No, they won’t pay one hundred dollars again to watch it in their living room, but I’d be willing to bet that they’ll fork up seventy five or eighty dollars to see it again. Once the spinsters have weaved the story enough to the point to where you’ll ask how the injured Pacquiao made it to the ring without a walker or a hoveround.. And as injured as he was he still won three rounds, perhaps four. What might he have done if he were 100% on May 2nd?

The biggest revelation pertaining to the showdown occurred at the post fight press conference when Manny Pacquiao announced that he went into the fight with an injured shoulder. The injury occurred during training in early April. Since the fight, Pacquiao has had rotator cuff surgery, so there can be no doubt that he was injured legitimately and will be out of the ring for at least the next 9-12 months.

However, during training Pacquiao was allowed to get injections of toradol for his shoulder and was able to proceed with his preparations for the fight. Pacquiao’s camp cleared getting the shots with USADA, the drug-testing body that Mayweather’s side insisted upon. USADA says, ‘Fine, a shot of toradol is fine.’ So you’d think there’d be no problem getting them on fight night.

HBO’s Max Kellerman, who was never better in any post-fight analysis he’s done, said at the close of the first HBO rebroadcast of the fight: “Ultimately at the 11th hour the Nevada State Athletic Commission says Pacquiao can’t get the shot of toradol because of essentially a clerical error, because some box wasn’t checked off, a form wasn’t filled right. If people are mad at anybody for Pacquiao not being at his best, if that’s the belief, be mad at the Nevada State Athletic Commission, in my view. Because just when the boxing world most needed them to show sound judgment, they decided to stand on principle instead of cooperate with the spirit of the event.”

That was beautiful and perfectly stated. I was a little disappointed in Max before the fight when he said Pacquiao was among the five greatest offensive fighters in history. This is something that doesn’t hold true if we only go back 25-30 years. That said, Max hit it out of the park with his post-fight commentary regarding the Nevada State Athletic commission. And frankly, it’s a little dis-heartening that more attention hasn’t been focused on what he said, because it’s a question that needs to be addressed and ultimately answered.

Prior to the bout, I mean way before the fight was signed, going back as far as 2009, I was certain that when it was finally realized, and I never doubted once that it would be, that it was a given that Mayweather was going to win the fight. No, that’s not because I’m smarter than the next guy, and it certainly isn’t because Mayweather is such a great fighter in the ring that it’s almost blasphemy to think he’s going to lose. No, it’s nothing close to that. What led me to feel so strongly about the outcome is, if nothing else I pay attention almost to a fault. I’ve watched Mayweather fight and dissected his stellar career since he turned pro back in late 1996. And I don’t care who you are or how long you’ve watched him, if you deny the fact that he has worked the system and picked his spots regarding who he’s fought and when he’s fought them – I’m sorry, we can part as friends but you are in complete denial.

I could go on and on listing the fights he declined and accepted instead. We could go back and review how the two biggest threats to him at welterweight (Paul Williams & Antonio Margarito) when he and they were at or near their prime, how he retired instead of fighting either one of them and they had to fight each other. It’s a story that’s been told a thousand times. After watching so intently how Floyd conducts the managerial part of his career, it’s impossible for me to pick against him. Especially at this stage of the game where he’s manipulated the debate on how him being undefeated is the be-all-end all, and it’s paramount that he retires undefeated. And after watching how shrewdly he picks his spots, I’d have trepidation picking Mayweather to lose to heavyweight champ Wladimir Klitschko if he accepted the fight. And double that if the fight takes place in Vegas and at the MGM Grand.

During the run up to the fight many current and former world champion fighters were asked to pick the winner of Mayweather-Pacquiao. Former undisputed heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield said, to paraphrase, he thought Pacquiao was going to win because he believed the fight would go the distance, and because of that Pacquiao would get the decision whether or not he earned it in the ring. His reasoning for that was, in his opinion, the boxing establishment didn’t want Mayweather to remain undefeated. When I heard that I thought to myself, Mr. Holyfield, I have the utmost respect for you as a fighter. When it comes to heart, character and toughness, nobody in history surpasses you. However, your reasoning couldn’t be more wrong.

In fact it was the complete opposite. The boxing establishment thrives and makes money on Mayweather being and remaining undefeated. It’s the biggest niche and hook for the fans, especially those who despise him, to buy his fights. They put their money up with the hope that this will be the night he’ll finally lose. And because of that, Nevada and the establishment make millions when his name is on the marquee.

So I only have one question that no one has asked, if Floyd Mayweather needed the shot of toradol, do you think the Nevada commission would’ve refused him due to a technicality as they did Pacquiao? I say no way on God’s clay and granite planet…simply because keeping Mayweather undefeated is big business. No way would he have been declined, yet Pacquiao was because it was better for business if Floyd left the ring 48-0.

Think about that the next time you contemplate picking Mayweather to lose at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Floyd Mayweather is practically the Vegas boxing commission and he gets what he wants. If he’s accepted the proposed terms of the fight, there ain’t no way in the world he’s losing.

Frank Lotierzo can be contacted at GlovedFist@Gmail.com

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COMMENTS

-Radam G :

Doggit! Can we get off Money May and the sore winners? Celebrations for him should be going on, not proving that he did not and could not lose. Give him a parade. Make songs and movies about him. Name some food and drinks after him. Where is da luv for da victor? To the victor suppose to go the spoils. Has it changed how they do it on the mainland USA? Name a hamburger after Money May. I remember the Champ's burgers named after GOAT Ali. "Big" (Rev.) George Foreman has cooking grills named after him. Evander Holyfield has the bar-b-que sauce named after him. The late, great Joe Louis had soft and milk drinks named after him. Sugar Ray Robinson had a whole strip of businesses named after him. Sugar Ray Leonard had televised national amateur events named after him. Iron Mike had cartoon Episode made in his image. GOAT Ali, Larry Holmes and the late, great Smokin' Joe Frazier had music groups and bands in their names. GOAT Ali also had comic books made after him, along with movies, songs, cartoons, etc., etc. There is not one single moderate-selling biography book out on Money May. The only thing that Money May has is a successful, popular gym and a struggling clothing store. But the above pugs had umpteen parades in their honor. Give Money May one. And, again, cut out the sore winners act. Celebrate and cheer for Money May winning. We get it! He won! Act like it! Give him da luv. Don't give us the sore winners' proof that he won. That is some arse backward stuff! We have been done got da lowdown. Now give the high ground. Holla!


-DaveB :

He speaks truth but time to move on. Well until the rematch.


-Kid Blast :

Because they are stupid, Frank. You know that. ha


-miguel1 :

The referee for Floyd's first fight? Keny Bayless. For this last fight? Kenny Bayless. Hmmmmm.


-deepwater2 :

Well at least he points out Floyd is the nsac. He can choose his opponents gloves while the glove manufacturer is there. He can change the testosterone ratio,he can hang around sluts smoking weed and say it was for ratings, he can still fight after being charged and convicted with many felonies,he can get knocked down and it is not called,he can elbow and hug and it's ok, his uncle can jump in the ring and attack the opponent and he is not disqualified. It is what it is. The end is near.


-Radam G :

Well at least he points out Floyd is the nsac. He can choose his opponents gloves while the glove manufacturer is there. He can change the testosterone ratio,he can hang around sluts smoking weed and say it was for ratings, he can still fight after being charged and convicted with many felonies,he can get knocked down and it is not called,he can elbow and hug and it's ok, his uncle can jump in the ring and attack the opponent and he is not disqualified. It is what it is. The end is near.
Dang! Telling the true like that drives Money May's fateful fanfaronades and groupies crazy. Being in self denial will make them start cyberspace mobbing and trolling mad. Holla!


-stormcentre :

Talk about dangling an un-baited hook in the water and watching all the minnows rush in and feed; without checking to see what, if anything, their eating. Good peace Frank. Brought out some flat Earthers, and even a "howling at the moon" witch doctor. :) :) Oh, I assume the Margarito you're talking about Floyd avoiding is the same one that Mosley walked through; when Antonio didn't have plaster in his wraps? Don't let those facts get in the way of a good story now. :) Dang the truth hurts. Hee Haw.


-stormcentre :

Talk about dangling an un-baited hook in the water and watching all the minnows rush in and feed; without checking to see what, if anything, their eating. Good peace Frank. Brought out some flat Earthers, and even a "howling at the moon" witch doctor. :) :) Oh, I assume the Margarito you're talking about Floyd avoiding is the same one that Mosley walked through; when Antonio didn't have plaster in his wraps? Don't let those facts get in the way of a good story now. :) The reason people believed that Floyd would lose in Vegas is - even if you put aside their misplaced faith in Pac's abilities to win - because PacRoacArum failed to properly/appropriately announce and manage Pac's claimed loss excuse injury. Dang those truths and facts hurt. Hee Haw.


-Greatest's Greatest Fan :

The reason that Ali and the other great champions you mentioned got product endorsements and things named after them is because they were respected and beloved champions. Floyd is not respected or beloved because, quite frankly, he doesn't deserve to be.


-deepwater2 :

Floyd would have been allowed to use the medication. He was granted therapeutic use exemptions to take 750 ml of saline vitamin mixtures after the weigh in. The commission wasn't notified or team PAC. From the USADA ?Intravenous infusions or any intravenous injection of more than 50mL per a six-hour period are prohibited except for those legitimately received in the course of hospital admissions, surgical procedures, or clinical investigations.? WADA has justified the inclusion of IV infusions on the Prohibited List given the intent of some athletes to manipulate their plasma volume levels in order to mask the use of a prohibited substance and/or to distort the values in the Athlete Biological Passport. So forget that known steroid cheats are in Floyd's camp. So forget that these IV mixtures can mask substances.forget that 750 ml is a lot of fluid,it sequel to a big bottle of wine. My question is if Floyd walks around at 149 lbs like some people on here believe he does, why would he need IV fluids to rehydrate? Floyd walks around at 160 or more.


-amayseng :

Floyd would have been allowed to use the medication. He was granted therapeutic use exemptions to take 750 ml of saline vitamin mixtures after the weigh in. The commission wasn't notified or team PAC. From the USADA “Intravenous infusions or any intravenous injection of more than 50mL per a six-hour period are prohibited except for those legitimately received in the course of hospital admissions, surgical procedures, or clinical investigations.” WADA has justified the inclusion of IV infusions on the Prohibited List given the intent of some athletes to manipulate their plasma volume levels in order to mask the use of a prohibited substance and/or to distort the values in the Athlete Biological Passport. So forget that known steroid cheats are in Floyd's camp. So forget that these IV mixtures can mask substances.forget that 750 ml is a lot of fluid,it sequel to a big bottle of wine. My question is if Floyd walks around at 149 lbs like some people on here believe he does, why would he need IV fluids to rehydrate? Floyd walks around at 160 or more.
Bingo


-stormcentre :

You sure about that logic there D2? I mean you have made Amayseng happy, but then any negative post about Floyd (so long as it doesn't mention a request to explain) will do that. If I pick up an apple from here, then a pear from there, then add it to a mandarin I bought yesterday.... by the same logic I have basket of cherries to make fast handed cherry juice with. So long as I think I have, that is. 😊


-Radam G :

Floyd would have been allowed to use the medication. He was granted therapeutic use exemptions to take 750 ml of saline vitamin mixtures after the weigh in. The commission wasn't notified or team PAC. From the USADA ?Intravenous infusions or any intravenous injection of more than 50mL per a six-hour period are prohibited except for those legitimately received in the course of hospital admissions, surgical procedures, or clinical investigations.? WADA has justified the inclusion of IV infusions on the Prohibited List given the intent of some athletes to manipulate their plasma volume levels in order to mask the use of a prohibited substance and/or to distort the values in the Athlete Biological Passport. So forget that known steroid cheats are in Floyd's camp. So forget that these IV mixtures can mask substances.forget that 750 ml is a lot of fluid,it sequel to a big bottle of wine. My question is if Floyd walks around at 149 lbs like some people on here believe he does, why would he need IV fluids to rehydrate? Floyd walks around at 160 or more.
True DA! True DA! Lil Floyd is quite the myth weaver about his walk-around weight. And his weight the nights of the scraps. Holla!


-stormcentre :

And now Donkey is up on his hind legs too; elated with the thought that anything - truth or fallacy - will take the shine off of the guy that beat Pac. I might leave this post for a few days & let the imaginations run wild with the cherry basket theories first; then return with a good dose of fact & watch them run. You cats are hilarious. Floyds vitamin infusions (even if they were agreed/contracted as you say/assume) sure are the equivalent of a dodgy NSAC form used to acquire a PacInjection for an athlete whose trainer & promoter both effectively admit he has been on the juice. The party is over & the cat is well & truly out of the cherry bag. 😊


-Radam G :

Wanting Olympic-style testing is looking less and less true for Lil Floyd. He and TMT have always managed to be full of that syet. If it is not vampire facial injections, it is TUE. Lil Floyd has more needle tracts in him than any needle-using drug addict. That boy ought to quit with da bulljive. Holla!


-deepwater2 :

You sure about that logic there D2? I mean you have made Amayseng happy, but then any negative post about Floyd (so long as it doesn't mention a request to explain) will do that. If I pick up an apple from here, then a pear from there, then add it to a mandarin I bought yesterday.... by the same logic I have basket of cherries to make fast handed cherry juice with. So long as I think I have, that is. 😊
I'm not even stressing the IV fluid as a mask even though WADA does. My question is to guys like Shadow who say that Floyd walks around at 145 or something and thus is too small to fight for the middleweight championship or 154 against the terror of the division. Why was Floyd so dehydrated at the weigh in that he needed 750 ml of IV fluids if he has to eat and drink just to make the division?


-#1 PacFan :

Great piece Frank.


-#1 PacFan :

Time to move on fellow great TSS readers. Let us close the chapter of the great debates we have had over the years and give Floyd his due. Regarding the timing of this fight i still give him credit for fighting Pac. Let us close the book while both greats are closing in on their careers.


-john Burns :

Good article and accurate. In the first three rounds, Floyd grabbed and held anytime Manny was close enough to grab. Yet the referee took no notice of the tactic. Any sane person knew that the fight was over at that point. Had Floyd needed further assistance. I am sure he would have been provided a hammer.


-Radam G :

Good article and accurate. In the first three rounds, Floyd grabbed and held anytime Manny was close enough to grab. Yet the referee took no notice of the tactic. Any sane person knew that the fight was over at that point. Had Floyd needed further assistance. I am sure he would have been provided a hammer.
Hehehe! You got jokes. Lil Floyd grab and held only 19 times. He did the game thing with 122 clinches. That was artful and legal. And he did it an average of over 10 times a round. I ain't hatin' him. Holla!


-stormcentre :

I'm not even stressing the IV fluid as a mask even though WADA does. My question is to guys like Shadow who say that Floyd walks around at 145 or something and thus is too small to fight for the middleweight championship or 154 against the terror of the division. Why was Floyd so dehydrated at the weigh in that he needed 750 ml of IV fluids if he has to eat and drink just to make the division?
OK, cool D2. Appreciate the explanation. Even without considering the rehydration and other contractual clauses that are publicly unknown apply, and what the presence of USADA means; there is a totally different set of circumstances and considerations (popular and unpopular) present with the MayPac fight. I would never say that Floyd has never ever used PEDs, but for the MayPac fight - and particularly considering all the unpopular and unanswered questions about Pac, including those related to his PED use - we're really stretching it to place a lot of weight in Floyd's vitamin infusions; whether or not WADA policies and procedures written about them apply, that themselves were probably mostly designed/written in mind of, and therefore probably best applied, to unregulated and largely uncontrolled environments - unlike the lead up to the MayPac fight. As past history and fatalities show, any and all fighters deserve to rehydrate before the actual fight. Some of Pac's previous catch-weight opponents have been unsuccessful in properly doing this. If Floyd lost no weight at all for the weigh in and/or fight then perhaps he may not need to rehydrate. But then, that matter (one extremely familiar to Top Rank, Roach and Pacquaio) could have easily been dealt with by the PacRoachArum team when the rehydration clauses were originally negotiated and designed. The fact (even aside from how USADA was involved) that no significant limits were placed on that aspect of the contract/fight, was clearly one that was either agreed to be all parties - or had no basis to be rejected. Most of the previous eras' fighters, and also some of the current eras' fighters that have died in the ring; have in one way or another had dehydration issues associated with the causes. Finally, given the criticism Floyd has received for his low activity rate and lack of meaningful action in the MayPac fight; I can't see where he gained an advantage from the infusion or any other claimed means. Happy to look at video proof that opposes that view and adjust mine accordingly. :) :)
PS: Golovkin may have his work cut out for him if the fight with Froch is made and Carl gets in good shape. Froch is no slouch, but if Gennady beats him easily it sets up a 3G V Ward fight nicely.


-stormcentre :

Hehehe! You got jokes. Lil Floyd grab and held only 19 times. He did the game thing with 122 clinches. That was artful and legal. And he did it an average of over 10 times a round. I ain't hatin' him. Holla!
Well I must be blind as for the 1st 3 rounds of the fight I didn't see more than 5 total clinches (which is not bad considering Floyd's legs were shot and how nervous he would have been from all your PacEntourage KO predictions). But let's (for your untruthful sake) call it 5, even though it is probably less. By your laughable Donkey estimation (of 122 clinches for the whole fight) this leaves 25 more clinches over the remaining 9 rounds, to add to your already inflated <10 clinches per round claim - that I just know you will gallop from now. Now this troll could be wrong here, but to me, it just looks like you have been sucking too many watermelon seeds with that cherry juice, Radam. Perhaps it's time to get another black magic potion witch doctor book from eBay. :) If you need to (consistently) use falsehoods to create propaganda waves and hate campaigns (which you certainly do); have think (try, I know it's hard for you) about what that means and if it possibly means there is no substance to your claims and motives - as it possible that (after months and months of false claims and gallops away from them as soon as the light is shone on them) that may just be the case. If you disagree with my above comments, I know you are good at dragging up those vampire facial (and other) videos that suit your purposes; so please present a MayPac video and provide the times of when/where all these clinches occurred. Surely it can't be that hard for a (self proclaimed) scientifically minded person such as good PacEntourage yourself. While you're at it also provide a time of where, when, and what round, (in the fight) Pac told Roach his shoulder was hurt more than when the fight started, preventing the right hook from being used; as Roach claims. So that way we can look for the typical wincing and other signs of a pressed fighter forced to use a torn rotator cuff injury. I am assuming that request will not be hard for you since your a PacEntourage and don't like Kahn cause he's a notorious liar. :) :) That said, my creative and imaginative friend that seems hopelessly addicted and prone to invention; lying. . . . In the absence of you fulfilling any of these requests (an extremely likely proposition), I refer to and agree with #1 PacFans' above post ( "Time to move on fellow great TSS readers" ); of which your lies violate. Hee Haw. Oh one more thing PacEntourage . . Here's some junk science math for you "Mr. Academia". Please open up, swallow, and enjoy it.
A = Donkey average clinches per round for sore PacLoser.
A = 122/12 = <10 but lets call it 10.
B = Impact of 5 clinches total over the 1st 3 rounds on A.
B step 1; First 3 rounds - according to Radam's 122 Donkey clinch average (over 12 rounds) claim for only the whole fight = 30 clinches.
B step 2; Now subtract (the real and {just to be nice to Donkey} exaggerated) 5 clinches for the first 3 rounds = 25 clinches.
B step 2; Now add these remaining (imaginary?) Donkey clinches to the remaining 9 rounds, using point A and it's Donkey clinch average from above; we get . . . . [{(3 x 10) - 5} = 25] / 9 = 2.7 So let's call it 3. 10 + 3 = 13.
C Therefore we now have - according to Radam's 122 Donkey clinch claim - 13
additional clinches per round to find from round 4 onwards. Now Donkey, good luck with that PacSoreLossWitchNeedleInHayStackHunt. You be sure to - with video proof - let me know how you go with that; won't you? And, with respect to this (non-isolated) anomaly associated with Radam's 122 Donkey clinch claim, I do expect the same energy and effort to be put into it as that exhibited when releasing these and (the plethora of) other completely unfounded (sore loser and FloydHate) claims; you routinely author to keep the PacLossExcuseFloydHate debate senselessly alive. Hmmmm . . . . PacLoss lies on his NSAC form and, you Radam, a (self proclaimed) member of the PacEntourage (still, after all these months continue to) lie here; strange coincidence eh? Nice work!!! Great laugh.
->http://www.thesweetscience.com/forums/showthread.php?21381-Khan-Edges-Out-Algieri-in-Solid-Scrap-in-Brooklyn&p=83199&viewfull=1#post83199


-stormcentre :

Hehehe! You got jokes. Lil Floyd grab and held only 19 times. He did the game thing with 122 clinches. That was artful and legal. And he did it an average of over 10 times a round.
I ain't hatin' him. Holla!
Well I must be blind as for the 1st 3 rounds of the fight I didn't see more than 5 total clinches (which is not bad considering Floyd's legs were shot and how nervous he would have been from all your PacEntourage KO predictions). But let's (for your untruthful sake) call it 5, even though it is probably less. By your laughable Donkey estimation (of 122 clinches for the whole fight) this leaves 25 more clinches over the remaining 9 rounds, to add to your already inflated <10 clinches per round claim. A claim that I just know you will gallop away from now; like all the rest. Now this troll could be wrong here, but to me, it just looks like you have been sucking too many watermelon seeds with that cherry juice, Radam. Perhaps it's time to get another black magic potion witch doctor book from eBay. :) If you need to (consistently) use falsehoods to create propaganda waves and hate campaigns (which you certainly do); have think (try, I know it's hard for you) about what that means and if it possibly means there is no substance to your claims and motives - as it is possible that (after months and months of false claims and gallops away from them as soon as the light is shone on them) that may just be the case here. If you disagree with my above comments, I know you are good at dragging up those vampire facial (and other) videos that suit your purposes; so please present a MayPac video and provide the times of when/where all these clinches occurred. Surely it can't be that hard for a (self proclaimed) scientifically minded person such as good PacEntourage yourself. I don't mind if you summon up some assistance from the Donkey spirit world to help you in your efforts to keep it all Snoop Doggy Dog real, accurate, and provable. While you're at it please also provide a time of where, when, and what round (in the fight) Pac actually told Roach that his shoulder was hurt more than when the fight started, preventing the right hook from being used; as Roach claims. So that way we can look for the typical wincing, deterioration, and other signs of a pressed/injured fighter forced to use a torn rotator cuff injury. I am assuming that request will not be hard for you since you're not only a PacEntourage and therefore in Pacquaio's entourage - but also since you don't like Kahn cause he's a notorious liar. :) :) That said, my creative and imaginative friend that seems hopelessly addicted and prone to invention; which is commonly called notoriously lying . . . . . . . In the absence of you fulfilling any of these above requests (an extremely likely proposition), I refer to and agree with #1 PacFans' above post ( "Time to move on fellow great TSS readers" ); of which your lies violate. Hee Haw. Oh one more thing PacEntourage . . Here's some junk science math for you "Mr. Academia". Please open up, swallow, and enjoy it.
A = Donkey average clinches per round for sore PacLoser.
A = 122/12 = <10 but lets call it 10.
B = Impact of 5 clinches total over the 1st 3 rounds on above point
A.
B step 1; First 3 rounds - according to Radam's 122 Donkey clinch average (over 12 rounds) claim - for only the whole fight = 30 clinches.
B step 2; Now subtract (the real and {just to be nice to Donkey} exaggerated) 5 clinches for the first 3 rounds = 25 clinches.
B step 2; Now add these remaining (imaginary?) Donkey clinches to the remaining 9 rounds, using point
A and it's Donkey clinch average from above; we get . . . . [{(3 x 10) - 5} = 25] / 9 = 2.7 So let's call it 3. 10 + 3 = 13.
C Therefore we now have - according to Radam's 122 Donkey clinch claim - 3
additional clinches per round to find from round 4 onwards;
this is in addition to the 10 (imaginary?) Donkey clinches per round that is still yet to be reliably established. Now Donkey (and any summoned entities from the Donkey sprit world), good luck with that PacSoreLossWitchNeedleInHayStackHunt. You be sure to - with video PacEntourage proof - let me know how you go with that; won't you? And, with respect to this (non-isolated) anomaly associated with Radam's 122 Donkey clinch claim, I do expect the same energy and effort to be put into it as that exhibited when releasing these and (the plethora of) other completely unfounded (sore loser and FloydHate) claims; you routinely author to keep the PacLossExcuseFloydHate debate senselessly alive. Hmmmm . . . . PacLoss lies on his NSAC form and, you Radam, a (self proclaimed) member of the PacEntourage (still, after all these months continue to) lie here; strange coincidence eh? Nice work!!! Great laugh.
->http://www.thesweetscience.com/forums/showthread.php?21381-Khan-Edges-Out-Algieri-in-Solid-Scrap-in-Brooklyn&p=83199&viewfull=1#post83199 Hee Haw !!!!