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    Re: Canelo-Cotto Apparently Not Happening

    I'm taking that bet, brother. $50? $100? $500?

    Five years ago I had it a fifth round stoppage. Today, I see it going eight but likely the full distance, 10-2 Mayweather.

    Re: Bob, there's...
  2. Re: Pascal Wants Random Testing For PEDs, Buck Stops With Kovalev Promoter Duva, Though

    Why should Al Haymon pay?? He's not even involved with Jean Pascal.
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    Re: Canelo-Cotto Apparently Not Happening

    Whoever said that it would be at 152 -- and that I would support that? I never said either. What's the disturbing part?

    @Deepwater: Yeah, right. Pushing an agenda to a handful of my cyber friends....
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    Re: Canelo-Cotto Apparently Not Happening

    I really like you but would you put money on Manny Pacquiao in that fight? Seriously?

    I understand you if you have a personal favorite -- I wanted Tyson to smash Lewis so bad -- but in hindsight...
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    Re: Canelo-Cotto Apparently Not Happening

    For the record: Miguel Cotto is a G.

    I absolutely love it. Gaby too, he is a bad ***. OMG these guys hahaha. I fux with Cotto.

    Bend to Cotto's will or buzz off. Try to play Miguel?! Ha! He'll...
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    Re: Canelo-Cotto Apparently Not Happening

    I personally am more intrigued in Mayweather-Cotto II at 160 than Mayweather-Pacquiao.

    If you remain emotionally objective, it's clear to see it's a mismatch anyway devoid of any competitive...
  7. Re: Leo Santa Cruz says he wants to make the fight with Rigondeaux happen

    Shieeeeet, this is Mayweather-Pacquiao all over again, but on a smaller scale. Santa Cruz saying he wants it but really won't push for it because 1) he has a pretty cushiony gig fighting beatable...
  8. Re: Wilder Trainer Mark Breland Wants Bronze Bomber To "Stab" Stiverne

    Great story. I thought Mark was a brotha tho. The New York cold got me pale as a ghost, maybe it happened to him too :p
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    Re: A Rock and a Hard Place

    Oh! Haha my bad! My apologies. Went right over my head.

    Boxing in 2015 is going to be HUGE!

    I enjoyed the Roc Nation club show/A-list event, thought the in-arena experience was similar to the...
  10. Re: BOXING IS BACK: To Primetime, And on NBC, Courtesy Al Haymon

    Probably on suicide watch. LOL
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    Re: A Rock and a Hard Place

    Brownsugar, clear the clutter in your inbox! Got something for ya.
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    Re: A Rock and a Hard Place

    1.4 chopped up: taxes, trainer, managers, etc. You're left with $600-$700k, if that. If you're lucky.

    What's the risk associated with the reward? Eight weeks of camp away from newborn, potential...
  13. Re: BOXING IS BACK: To Primetime, And on NBC, Courtesy Al Haymon

    OU Bobcat, my friend: NBC. CBS. ESPN. SHO. Spike TV.

    And most importantly, OTT.

    What's a goon to a goblin...

    #BigPicture

    WWE. UFC. PBC.
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    Re: A Rock and a Hard Place

    FYI/FWIW:

    When you're guaranteed 3-4 seven-figure purses a year on national TV -- not premium cable, regular TV -- along with the visibility and notoriety that comes with that, this may explain...
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    Re: A Rock and a Hard Place

    Speaking of Haymon Boxing, follow Mike Woods or myself (via @SiriusXMboxing) for live tweet/reporting of the press conference.
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    Re: A Rock and a Hard Place

    So f*ucking what if it's a tease?! It's an incredible card, FUNDED by Haymon to bring BOXING back on NETWORK TV!

    People should be kissing his a$$, thanking him more than his fighters because this...
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    Re: THE HAUSER REPORT: Roc Nation Notes

    Exactly. That wasn't a loss by no stretch of the imagination. They got about a million dollars worth of press on a freaking club show headlined by a jabroni and a mediocre prospect.

    So what if...
  18. Re: SOuthpaw/orthodox Conundrum: The counter to stepping on toes

    Nice one too. Hehe.
  19. Re: SOuthpaw/orthodox Conundrum: The counter to stepping on toes

    He identifies the move, yanks his foot back, uses the momentum/movement to step outside the Japanese native's lead foot and hit the focker with a power punch.

    Nice.
  20. SOuthpaw/orthodox Conundrum: The counter to stepping on toes

    The masterful Juan Manuel Marquez has often taken flack for supposedly stepping on his Manny Pacquiao's foot in each outing en route to outclassing and/or stopping his Filipino rival.

    For those...
  21. Re: Why a Welterweight Ray Leonard Beats Floyd Mayweather 8-4

    I wonder what you guys think of this one:

    2001 Sugar Shane Mosley vs. 1981 Sugar Shane Mosley.
  22. Re: The lost art of Volume Punching & Pressure Fighting

    We can't forget George Foreman. He would apply pressure with so much more than his punches. Every calculated step that would seem to corner even the most elusive target, the sneer on his face, his...
  23. Re: Why a Welterweight Ray Leonard Beats Floyd Mayweather 8-4

    Didn't he win the '76 Olympics at that weight?

    All true about the retiring, but Mayweather has retired and un-retired also, though not to the extent that Leonard did.

    That said, my analysis...
  24. Re: Why a Welterweight Ray Leonard Beats Floyd Mayweather 8-4

    141 is still welterweight :)

    And I believe it does exceed Leonard's, slightly.

    To my eyes, Mayweather and Hopkins are the two of the smartest fighters ever. A physically eroded Hopkins is...
  25. Why a Welterweight Ray Leonard Beats Floyd Mayweather 8-4

    Pretty Boy Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Sugar Ray Leonard.

    It's another one in the line of fantasy match-ups that we will never see but are fun to discuss.

    In boxing, however, much of what we see...
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