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Mayweather Again Casts Doubt On Pacman's Rise From 106 Pounds...WOODS

BY Michael Woods ON May 11, 2011
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MayweatherMosley_Hogan_16Reading in between the lines, TSS in the FH video could detect no softening in Floyd's stance, no signal that he seems more open to risking his "0" against Pacquiao. (Hogan)

Floyd Mayweather, the superbly talented part-time pugilist, has gone on record as saying that he agreed to all terms to fight Manny Pacquiao, and offered to show contract, as proof, to the website FightHype.

Mayweather, who last fought on May 1, 2010, gaining a decision win over Shane Mosley, has laid pretty low since, as he's battled legal woes after getting into a physical confrontation with his ex galpal (in September 2010), and security guards (he had one dustup with two in October 2010, at his gated community in Las Vegas, and another with another security guard at his home, in November). He faces a July 29 preliminary hearing for the case involving his ex.

In a video interview on FightHype, Mayweather spoke up against the promoter Bob Arum. He said the media favors Arum, and said that Top Rank, his former promoter, went from being pro-Mayweather to anti-Mayweather after they parted ways. "The only fighters the media say I'm scared of is Top Rank fighters, cause it's coming from a Top Rank promoter," he said.

He placed blame on the much-wished-for fight with Pacquiao on the Filipino. Floyd said that he signed a contract to fight Pacman, and was referring apparently to the first round of negotiations for the two pound for pound kings to meet, which heated up in May 2009.

Mayweather repeated his insinuation that Pacquiao has used illegal means to  bolster his performance, and cast doubt on Pacman's rise from the 106 to 147 pound weight class.

This video was shot a day after Pacquiao vs Mosley,  the night after Arum said that Pacquiao wouldn't deal with anyone involved in the allegations against him. He was referring at the postfight press conference to Golden Boy, which is named in a defamation suit, for accusing Pacquiao of using PEDs.

Mayweather pointed out that the press doesn't treat him as kindly as they do Pacman. He showed a rib on his right side poking out, explaining that's why he moved back his Sept. 19, 2009 bout with Juan Manuel Marquez, from July.

He congratulated Pacquiao for his win over Mosley, then took a slap at Manny's business acumen. "They say Manny Pacquiao is I guess he's a Congressman, or a Mayor, or something of that nature...I be wanting to know who's in control of his paperwork or who's in control of his business, because once again, he has the worstest contract...not worstest, cause worstest is not a word, he has the worst, one of the worst contracts in sports history, not just boxing..."

Mayweather then doubled back to "cheating" and reiterated his demand for extra stringent PED testing. Quickly, he switched gears to talk about the computers he bought his mom, sisters and his nephew. Apples, he purchased, for the record. He then brought the FightHype correspondent into his mom's home.

It was, as usual, a fairly entertaining if scattershot performance by the boxer, who owns a 41-0.

Comment on this article

#1 PacFan says:

Show us the proof then Floyd. It's funny how it took him this long to come out and say he signed the contract. Sounds fishy to me like how his handlers stated that there were no negotiations that took place. It's either Floyd and his entourage are on some kind of Grade A stuff or Arum is really fooling everyone.

#1 PacFan says:

Okay I just watched the video interview and I must say that Mayweather Jr. for once made some sense on some of the topics he talked about. What he doesn't understand is that when he left Top Rank to promote himself he is going to be a target. That's how this hurt business works. You are the best so they going to try and take you down. Don't people realize that Manny fighting Cotto was a big risk for Arum or when he pitted him against Marg. I mean come on these guys are no walk in the park type of opponents. Arum must have had his blood flowing when he watched Manny up against those guys. He also meant to say he signed the contract for the first negotiation. That was a no-brainer as Mayweather had the last proposal from the contract that kept the fight from happenning. He also mentions how he makes great fighters look like ordinary fighters. Well Manny makes his opponents look like sparring partners. If Floyd keeps on insisting that Manny is on some kind of PED then he should just forget about fighting him because I really don't think Manny will submit to his demands. Just stay retired Floyd because I really don't believe you have much of a chance at beating Manny in his prime.

the bradguy says:

At 16 years old, both Pacquiao and maywetaher were fighting at 106 lbs, but Pacquiao was already a pro whereas maywetaher was still an amateur.

5 years ago, Pacquiao would dehydrate to make weight at 129 lbs (against Morales), but was 144 lbs the next night per HBO Tale of the Tape. Pacquiao just doesn't dehydrate anymore and last weekend, Pacquiao was 145 lbs against Mosley.


"Just because he's a convicted drug dealer doesn't make him a drug expert.” - Freddie Roach on the maywetahers.

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fan johnny says:

Simple question. So why then did Mayweather turn down a Guaranteed $50 Million of a $100 Million purse offer with all his testing terms agreed to?

Mayweather signing a contract means nothing until he steps into the ring. He can always just fake an injury to get out of fighting.

Radam G says:

I didn't watch jack, and fudge Money May. Dude has problems. he talks dishonestly to his fringe fanfaronades, because he knows that they will follow him to Hades. Dude is full of syet. A-side Meth is a myth. And Da Manny using PEDs is a straight fabication of the highest degree. Money May has no cojones because he knows what time it is. So his spits ridiculous fibs to his captured target audience, because anybody with an iota of a brain is not buying his turkey jive.

We Pinoys don't have or take that jive steroids/PEDS and don't have anything that will make "bullets be bouncing off" our arses. We are no Supermen. We are just hard-working arse thrashers, who have always been able to kick the willy-nilly out fast, slick, intercity African Americans for ages. Lil' Floyd knows this. Just check the long history.

A Pinoy knocked off the late, great Sandy Sadler at the top of his game. A Pinoy stop Homicide Hank Aaron from holding four divisional belts at one time at the top of his game. A Pinoy knocked off Bozo-Edwards at the top his game. A Pinoy Mestizo knocked off Uncle Roger at the top of his game. A Pinoy knocked off Olympic-Gold-Medal-winning Kennedy McKinney when McKinney still had game. A Pinoy -- no less than Da Manny -- knocked off Olympic-Gold-Medal-winning Big Money Oscar Dela Hoya and made dat sucka retire. A Pinoy will easily kayo an Olympic Bronze-Medal-winning Floyd Mayweather and make that sucka cry. The P-Boys have a long, long history of whuppin' Mayweather-type of arses. Fast, slick intercity African Americans know da score, despite the perception of B-Hop and his bandwagon of clowns. Holla!

#1 PacFan says:

I didn't watch jack, and fudge Money May. Dude has problems. he talks dishonestly to his fringe fanfaronades, because he knows that they will follow him to Hades. Dude is full of syet. A-side Meth is a myth. And Da Manny using PEDs is a straight fabication of the highest degree. Money May has no cojones because he knows what time it is. So his spits ridiculous fibs to his captured target audience, because anybody with an iota of a brain is not buying his turkey jive.

We Pinoys don't have or take that jive steroids/PEDS and don't have anything that will make "bullets be bouncing off" our arses. We are no Supermen. We are just hard-working arse thrashers, who have always been able to kick the willy-nilly out fast, slick, intercity African Americans for ages. Lil' Floyd knows this. Just check the long history.

A Pinoy knocked off the late, great Sandy Sadler at the top of his game. A Pinoy stop Homicide Hank Aaron from holding four divisional belts at one time at the top of his game. A Pinoy knocked off Bozo-Edwards at the top his game. A Pinoy Mestizo knocked off Uncle Roger at the top of his game. A Pinoy knocked off Olympic-Gold-Medal-winning Kennedy McKinney when McKinney still had game. A Pinoy -- no less than Da Manny -- knocked off Olympic-Gold-Medal-winning Big Money Oscar Dela Hoya and made dat sucka retire. A Pinoy will easily kayo an Olympic Bronze-Medal-winning Floyd Mayweather and make that sucka cry. The P-Boys have a long, long history of whuppin' Mayweather-type of arses. Fast, slick intercity African Americans know da score, despite the perception of B-Hop and his bandwagon of clowns. Holla!

bobby g says:

112 lbs for money at 94 golden gloves. wtf. 2 years later at 130?
fights as high as jr. middle. Maybe the user turns accuser?
A no class ass with a low class record.
Step up or set aside.

ali says:

Everything Mayweather said was true.... Pac didn't agree to the drug testing even they said that....Pac fans have selective memory remember he said he was scared of neddles but he has tattoos(why the fu* k is he lying)....then the blood testing made him weak another fu*kin lie...If you think somebody is on steroids and they get caught in all these lies what would you think....Floyed ain't scared of Pac especially after seeing his fight with Mosley....Pac knows Mayweather is up on his cheating ass thats why he's not pushing for the fight ...Pac fans need to keep it real.

ali says:

112 lbs for money at 94 golden gloves. wtf. 2 years later at 130?
fights as high as jr. middle. Maybe the user turns accuser?
A no class ass with a low class record.
Step up or set aside.


Its not about the weight bobby g.... Its about him being able to move up in weight and knockout out or hurt these bigger fighter and also take there punches.

the Roast says:

I am so sick of Floyd sniping from the sidelines. Get in the ring! Put the gloves on! Fight somebody! Like sand through an hourglass his prime is slipping away! I have said this before but if Floyd truly believes in himself than it doesnt matter what he thinks Manny may or may not be on. I'd show up at Manny's camp and bring him some HGH and say "here, you're gonna need this to stop me from kicking your ass" No more Floyd talk until he signs to fight Manny, Ortiz, or anybody.

undisputed34 says:

hello everyone..hope all is well with my fellow boxing fanatics..at the end of the day, all talking aside, i would just like to see these guys fight. floyds legal woes, accusations against paq having an unfair advantage, these things are distractions that could hinder a guy being on his A game, but these things really arent that important. i think both of these guys should just not mention each others name unless its at the weigh in before their fight. im not a fan of floyd and im not a fan of paq, im a fan of BOXING. period. all this hoopla about floyd not being a match for paq or paq not being able to compete with floyd is funny. both of these guys usually show up in peak condition, with the will to dominate, albeit in their own perception of the word and present a complex skill set that roughly 90 or so guys couldnt figure out. i just want to see it happen. if not..who else is fighting that we could be talking about?

the Roast says:

Welcome to the terrordome undisputed34. Cut a hole it your towel, put it over your head and come on down! This is what we all want to see. Manny vs Floyd. Floyd vs Manny. I want to have a party. Invite all my friends over and celebrate the best matchup in all of boxing. Get in the ring and settle it. Winner takes all. What I see is one fighter fighting, and one fighter not fighting. Boxing goes on like life its self. Another match will come around. It always does. I hope this fight of the century doesnt go by the wayside.

undisputed34 says:

@ the roast...thanks..ive been working up a good sweat in the locker room and now im ready to dance under those bright lights..dream match ups anybody? how do you guys feel about Ward vs Abraham? IMO, do they even need to go through with this? Ward vs TBD...secretly i would love for froch to fight both Glenn and Andre..so he could catch two beatings..this guy makes it hard for me to root for him..if you let him tell it he has the skill set to beat SRL, SRR, and anybody south of cruiser all on the same night..

#1 PacFan says:

The one's that need to keep it real is Floyd and his followers. You guys talk to damn much. Why don't you plead for your boy to just freakin man up already. He talks about the hurt business and that right there shows you he don't want no part of Pac. Floyd is scared to fight him! Face it, your boy's mission is just to try and tarnish Manny's career.

Everything Mayweather said was true.... Pac didn't agree to the drug testing even they said that....Pac fans have selective memory remember he said he was scared of neddles but he has tattoos(why the fu* k is he lying)....then the blood testing made him weak another fu*kin lie...If you think somebody is on steroids and they get caught in all these lies what would you think....Floyed ain't scared of Pac especially after seeing his fight with Mosley....Pac knows Mayweather is up on his cheating ass thats why he's not pushing for the fight ...Pac fans need to keep it real.

#1 PacFan says:

I think Floyd is just waiting for Manny's other leg cramps up maybe in his next fight and then he'll be ready lol.

xobile says:

What really doesn't get me is why do people keep saying that Manny's legacy is asserted with or without Mayweather. I'm not saying this because I'm a Floyd fan or a Pac hater, I'm saying this because I'm a fight fan. The reason this doesn't really sit well with me is simple, before Manny Pacquiao beat these fighters Mayweather did it first. I'm not weighing my judgement solely on the fact that Mayweather won first, but he beat these fighters coming off wins, while they were undefeated, or relatively active. When Mayweather fought Oscar De La Hoya, at 154lbs, he was criticized that Oscar was "over the hill", despite the fact that the fight took place at Oscar's walking around weight, meaning he would have been in excellent shape and condition. Yet, when Pacquiao fights Oscar at 147, where Freddie Roach even mentioned that Oscar was drained, Pacquiao is praised for his win and the "over the hill" Oscar is no-more. I will admit that Pacquiao's win over De La Hoya was won more impressively. Unfortunately, when Mayweather asked for De La Hoya at 147 the Golden Boy wouldn't comply, thus these fights can't be accurately compared to determine who won more decisively, and no making someone throw in the towel at a weight class they haven't fought in for over 8 years doesn't mean you won more decisively. This is just one of the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight analysis, this can be done for the Hatton fight as well as the Mosley fight. I would say its safe to say that Mayweather's legacy is solidified with or without Manny Pacquiao, the media can only keep a character built up for so long, once the media moves on from Manny Pacquiao to the next best fighter then people will start to realize what Mayweather has accomplished in his career.

FighterforJC says:

The fighters "Mayweather beat first" somebody else beat before Mayweather. Mayweather hasn't done squat as a welterweight. When Mayweather fought DLH, Mayweather barely beat him despite Mayweather being the favorite. Floyd Sr even said DLH won. When Pacquiao beat the crap out of DLH, Pac was the huge underdog. Absolutely he deserves praise instead of turning around and calling DLH weight drained. If people truly were convinced that DLH's weight mattered that much, they should've made Pacquiao the favorite. Also, it was DLH who pursued Pacquiao, not the other way around. Mayweather hasn't accomplished s*** in his career. OOok oook eeek eeek aaak aaak.

xobile says:

I wish I could agree with you that the weight didn't make a difference in the DLH fight with Pac. It's sad to say something like that, but while Mayweather fights Marquez at 147 the weight advantage for Mayweather was heavily criticized. The fact of the matter is Pac had a clear advantage at 147 against DLH, as well as Mayweather had a clear advantage over Marquez at 147. Yes, Marquez had to move up so putting the weight on would have been tough, but in comparison to a drained DLH, it would not have been such a drastic change. Seeing your one sided argument really shows how little you know about boxing.

Radam G says:

@Ali, you are always talkin' blinded, make-up sh**! Tell me why have Pinoys constantly whup da heck outta "fast, slick, intercity African Americans for the last 75 years or so? In the pros and amateurs. Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donairey put a serious beatdown on the amateur James "[Tex] Mandingo Warrior" Kirkland, to name one. To name another one, my Pinoy-Hawaiian cousin Ronaldo Adamezi stop Luis Resto from going to the 1976 U.S.Olympic Trials by knocking his arse out. Apparently messed him up so badly that in 2009, HBO telecast a docu-LIE piece claiming that Resto fought in the 1976 Trials.

Ali, you are in a ton of denial and love throwing out hope sandwichs. Just as my Uncle Cely G halted "Homicide" Hank Armstrong from holding four belts at one time, my distant cousin and fellow tribesman, Da Manny would halt Money May from retiring undefeated. Unlike you, Money May know da BIG SCORE. And would cry like a bytch after Da Manny take away da Money May's goose egg. I can respect Money May. He's constantly said that he "want to retire undefeated for African Americans."

History clearly shows that a Pinoy 90% of the time has whup da heck outta a "fast, slick, intercity African American boxer" and been his worst nightmare. And you will be the only one to go into denial about this, Ali. Everybodeee else and dey mommas will holla at da history. Fantasy boxing is okey, Ali. That is just the way some people like it. If Lil' Floyd loved his people, as he always claims, he'd put up and shut da heck up and get Pac-knocked da fudge out like a man. All the above lost to P-Boys like a man. Even terrorist, knucklehead Osama got double tapped like a man. Ain't tellin' da role of da P-Boys. Dat sh*t is a deep-covered secret. Yall musta' fo'got! I know dat you saw Da Manny gettin' on his salute to some ST6 P-Boys after he thrashed the face and arsh of Sugar Shane. Holla!

ali says:

I think Floyd is just waiting for Manny's other leg cramps up maybe in his next fight and then he'll be ready lol.


Pac didn't have any leg cramps in his fight with Mosley....he's just making excuses because of his performance.

FighterforJC says:

Pac didn't have any leg cramps in his fight with Mosley....he's just making excuses because of his performance.


Mosley= blaxicuted LOL

#1 PacFan says:

You need to take a good look at Mayweather's record on boxrec and check out all of his opponensts past fights before fighting Mayweather. There were a handfull on fighters Mayweather have fought coming off losses. My opinion on the Pac-Dela Hoya at 147 is that it wouldn't have matter if Oscar came in 154 or 160 he still would've lost. Oscar was never seen as a technical fighter. He did box Vargas' butt off but he was one dimensional. Manny since moving up in weight has become much more of a thinking fighter. He counterpunches as well as anybody in the sport. What I would like Mayweather to do is fight Manny's leftovers and see how he does. He hasn't fought Cotto or Margarito and they still posses a threat IMO to any fighter. I'm sorry to tell you but Mayweather haven't accomplished squat IMO. He ducked the elite Welts for the longest. Don't tell me that he beat a number one in Mosley because to me that was more like Mosley being in the right position in the right time. Mosley was overly praised for beating Marg(Pac receives little credit for beating Mosley)who was outgunned mentally in the get go.

What really doesn't get me is why do people keep saying that Manny's legacy is asserted with or without Mayweather. I'm not saying this because I'm a Floyd fan or a Pac hater, I'm saying this because I'm a fight fan. The reason this doesn't really sit well with me is simple, before Manny Pacquiao beat these fighters Mayweather did it first. I'm not weighing my judgement solely on the fact that Mayweather won first, but he beat these fighters coming off wins, while they were undefeated, or relatively active. When Mayweather fought Oscar De La Hoya, at 154lbs, he was criticized that Oscar was "over the hill", despite the fact that the fight took place at Oscar's walking around weight, meaning he would have been in excellent shape and condition. Yet, when Pacquiao fights Oscar at 147, where Freddie Roach even mentioned that Oscar was drained, Pacquiao is praised for his win and the "over the hill" Oscar is no-more. I will admit that Pacquiao's win over De La Hoya was won more impressively. Unfortunately, when Mayweather asked for De La Hoya at 147 the Golden Boy wouldn't comply, thus these fights can't be accurately compared to determine who won more decisively, and no making someone throw in the towel at a weight class they haven't fought in for over 8 years doesn't mean you won more decisively. This is just one of the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight analysis, this can be done for the Hatton fight as well as the Mosley fight. I would say its safe to say that Mayweather's legacy is solidified with or without Manny Pacquiao, the media can only keep a character built up for so long, once the media moves on from Manny Pacquiao to the next best fighter then people will start to realize what Mayweather has accomplished in his career.

#1 PacFan says:

He told Roach in the fourth round that his legs were getting tight...I can understand if he complained about it in the late rounds but it was right after the knockdown. Besides, what was wrong with his performance? It was much more impressive than Floyd's win over Mosley.

Pac didn't have any leg cramps in his fight with Mosley....he's just making excuses because of his performance.

Radam G says:

Mr. Ali, answer ME! Spit NOW! Show what you KNOW! C'mon, man. It's the same old story. Another hater fibbin' about the fame and glory. History is not fibbin.' But I know you. History was automagically waitin' on you. YUP! NYET! Holla!

xobile says:

You need to take a good look at Mayweather's record on boxrec and check out all of his opponensts past fights before fighting Mayweather. There were a handfull on fighters Mayweather have fought coming off losses. My opinion on the Pac-Dela Hoya at 147 is that it wouldn't have matter if Oscar came in 154 or 160 he still would've lost. Oscar was never seen as a technical fighter. He did box Vargas' butt off but he was one dimensional. Manny since moving up in weight has become much more of a thinking fighter. He counterpunches as well as anybody in the sport. What I would like Mayweather to do is fight Manny's leftovers and see how he does. He hasn't fought Cotto or Margarito and they still posses a threat IMO to any fighter. I'm sorry to tell you but Mayweather haven't accomplished squat IMO. He ducked the elite Welts for the longest. Don't tell me that he beat a number one in Mosley because to me that was more like Mosley being in the right position in the right time. Mosley was overly praised for beating Marg(Pac receives little credit for beating Mosley)who was outgunned mentally in the get go.


I honestly don't know what stats you're looking at...Mosley came off an impressive victory over Margarito, Marquez was coming off a win, Hatton was undefeated, Oscar came off a KO to Mayorga, Baldomir came off a KO to Gatti, Zab Judah came off a loss but he proved many wrong by giving Mayweather trouble in the earlier rounds. If you're going to refer to history make sure you actually refer to it correctly. At the comment about Manny being a more thinking fighter, I don't know if you're just turning your head the other way or that you're that big a Manny fan that its blinding you. Yes, he may have increased his technical ability since he started moving up in weight, thats the natural tendency...whenever you continue to do something you be will become better at it. If you were a C class fighter theres lots of room for improvement, thats just how things work. Mayweather, on the other hand, did NOT duck Mosley as he claims they tried to get the fight at 135 I believe but Mosley was asking for too big a purse at the time. If Mayweather fought Manny's leftovers he would just be fighting the same guys he already beat 2 years before Manny...the only notable mention that Manny has fought is Cotto. I don't see a need for Mayweather to fight Margarito, hes already beat Mosley and boxing is about beating the guy who beat the guy. Now when you go to boxrec.com again look at Manny's opponents. Look at their fights before Manny, then look at the weight dropped to fight Manny at his catchweights and also look at the losses they come off of. Mosley came off a draw and a LOSS to MAYWEATHER, Margarito came off a win and a LOSS to Mosley, Clotty came off a LOSS to Cotto (someone who Manny already beat previously as well), Cotto came of a win to Clotty (also note he fought at a catchweight of 145), Hatton came off two wins and a LOSS to MAYWEATHER (Hatton even admitted after the Mayweather fight he wasn't the same fighter), Oscar came off a win and a LOSS to MAYWEATHER (also note he dropped to 145 for the fight, I don't care if you think Manny would have beat him at 154 the fact of the matter is DLH was DRAINED at 145). Now when you look at both fighters and who they fought. Its clear that Mayweather fought more fighters coming off wins and fighting them at either their natural weights or at the 147 WW limit. So you tell me, how is Manny Pacquiao's legacy solidified, when this clearly shows hes fighting washed up and drained fighters?

undisputed34 says:

@ Xobile.. gald to see some one can still be objective about pacquiao THE FIGHTER instead of getting caught up in the manny machine..

FighterforJC says:

@ Xobile.. gald to see some one can still be objective about pacquiao THE FIGHTER instead of getting caught up in the manny machine..


Glad to see you have no problem creating multiple accounts and responding to your own posts. LOL. Pacquiao is greater than Ali and Robinson, end of story. Pacquiao would've blaxicuted Robinson at welter as well. Ouch, did that hurt? Awwww poor baby.

undisputed34 says:

@ fighterforjc..i dont know who you think i am, but glad to see youre paying me special attention ...this is my first and only account and unlike a few on this website, i have no opinions (as they relate to boxing) that i am willing to bicker pointlessly about. i enjoy a good debate or sharing of points of view, but mostly when followed by statements that can be somewhat validated by coherent conversation to support it. if you believe that pacquiao is greater than ali, robinson, mayweather...even if you believe him to be greater than GOD..then it is by all means your right to do so..i dont share in your opinion, of course, but i would be happy to know exactly why you feel that way. Pacquiao's body of work has been tremendous so far, but i cannot see him as being any greater than the two fighters you mentioned above. nothing in his resume far surpasses either of theirs. i wouldnt argue with you if you felt him to be their equal but i would disagree with that as well...

undisputed34 says:

..and for the record what does blaxicuted mean exactly? drawing a blank on that one..anybody??

Radam G says:

C'mon, Und34! You are not quite that naive. When Da Manny was beating down Mexicans, he was called da Mexicutioner. Ebonic knuckleheads -- boxer B-Hop, trainer John David Jackson and a fightscribe who is now deceased, I won't name him -- said dat Da Manny could not beat fast, slick-fighting intercity blacks. Now he is on his way to doing that, if Victor Ortiz doesn't quit getting firsts. He may get Money May too, before THC Pera Pac. The only African American who is gunning for Da Manny right now is a "[Dome-blasting, thought-by-many-know-nothings-to-be-a-slick-fighting-desert-storm African American] Tim Bradley."

Dude is brushing really close to getting the next African-American shot at Da Manny. And Da Manny will put an execution on bowling-with-his-bronze dome Bradley. But for word-play boxing slanguage and phraseology, Da Manny kayoing Bradley will be forever known as a blaxicution. Loosen up, Und34. It is all good. Maybe somebody will fantasized about some fighter putting a Pinoicution on Da Manny. A while back, there was a Mexican known as da Fil-executioner until he went to Manila and got da fudge kayoed by da Fil-Hawaiian Punch Brian V. You know da playful phraseology and slanguage of the game, Und34. Just be loosey-goosey and not dramatic tryin' ta cause sumptin' ta be traumatic. Holla!

undisputed34 says:

@ Radam..Lol..ok,ok.. you got me..i was just being a little facetious and having a little fun with fighterforjc..im cool..to be honest, i agree with you that timmy may not be quite ready..i think he does use his terrordome to make up for his fistic shortcomings....and that he may be next up to bat because theres nobody left on the horizon. i see nothing in his arsenal that can stop pacman from gobbling him up and leaving nothing but a ghost behind..i wish we could go back to the days where guys fought once a month..if only to break the monotony of waiting 6 months for a supposedly god scrap..

charlesl1 says:

Dude....get a clue!! Thats ONLY in the lighter weight divisions, try steppin up to the heavyweight division before talkin that s--t!

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