(MGM) Grand Illusions
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Manny-Pacquiao-v-Juan-Man-004 c9394“Boxing is full of optical illusions. And I give Money May MAD props for doing a mix of Houdini and Marlin The Magician. Wow! Money May fought a club-fighting-like humbug in “The Cali Ghost.” And a hyped-up B fighter in Canelo. The promotions were grand to get eyeballs and easy impressionable minds behind those PPV screens. Because the live gates didn't sell out.” –Radam isn't sold on this being the year of Money May

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Radam G

So that nobody and his sidekick is not confused, Marlin, The Magician is usually spelled "Merlin, The Magician." And to show how pundits are jived-up and confused, Robert "The Cali (humbug) Ghost" Guerrero hopped up two classes and got easily whipped by Money May -- as expected -- and people are making it seem like Money May beat a killa. Broner jumped up two weight classes and got his arse handed to him by Maidana, and the pundits claims that jumping two weight classes was too much for him. OMFG! Just the same thing happened to The Cali Ghost. He and Broner should get it on at 140lbs. They were both outta their leagues and heads. Apply the same principle to both. They are both barely above bums for welterweight. So both Money May nor Marcos Maidana should be getting mass kudos for dominating them. Inattention blindness has caused many not to see these grand optical illusions. Money May hasn't done JACK by whuppin' a humbug who came up two weight classes. And by whuppin' a super hype who was forced to starve down a couple of pounds. Holla!


amayseng

So that nobody and his sidekick is not confused, Marlin, The Magician is usually spelled "Merlin, The Magician." And to show how pundits are jived-up and confused, Robert "The Cali (humbug) Ghost" Guerrero hopped up two classes and got easily whipped by Money May -- as expected -- and people are making it seem like Money May beat a killa. Broner jumped up two weight classes and got his arse handed to him by Maidana, and the pundits claims that jumping two weight classes was too much for him. OMFG! Just the same thing happened to The Cali Ghost. He and Broner should get it on at 140lbs. They were both outta their leagues and heads. Apply the same principle to both. They are both barely above bums for welterweight. So both Money May nor Marcos Maidana should be getting mass kudos for dominating them. Inattention blindness has caused many not to see these grand optical illusions. Money May hasn't done JACK by whuppin' a humbug who came up two weight classes. And by whuppin' a super hype who was forced to starve down a couple of pounds. Holla!
I concur


Absy71

BERNIE, 4 reeder of the cmyeargn


Absy71

RABAM LUV YA TUTS, iSnt all about the PRIZE?, j wish I could fight about my PRIZE, I want HER, n I will have HER,