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Thread: Mayweather still ducking Pacquiao

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    Jon Jones would demolish both those guys.

    **** boxing.



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    Quote Originally Posted by buxster07 View Post
    LOL

    For all the Mayweather fan boys, time for your boy to put up or shut up:

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/manny-p...uperfight.html

    How's he going to duck from it this time?

    Jive on...cowardly and racist Mayweather.

    Birds of a feather....
    Pac has got to beat Marquez first and that's something he has not had an easy time doing....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebozzz View Post
    Pac has got to beat Marquez first and that's something he has not had an easy time doing....
    Wonder if Pacman still wants a 50/50 split for a Mayweather fight now?
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    Ricoa!

    Hey Manny.......

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    Repeat....RICOA!

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    marquez is doping...his body looks a whole lot different now than it did before...and i don't want to hear it's from just making weights part of his training...that cats doping
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinatic8u View Post
    Jon Jones would demolish both those guys.

    **** boxing.
    What sport are we talking here? In MMA?for sure! In boxing NO FREAKING WAY! Any pro boxer would destroy any MMA fighter just throwing hands. Plus Jones has like 40lbs and a foot of height on those guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    marquez is doping...his body looks a whole lot different now than it did before...and i don't want to hear it's from just making weights part of his training...that cats doping
    Could be but he didn't test positive. Manny just got beat. That's all there is to it. There are some who think that Manny's performances have been hindered by the fact that he was doping and now is not. Regardless, he lost. End of story.
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    Excuse me but didn't Manny refuse to agree the same type of testing when the fight between he & Floyd was a done deal? Isn't it his refusal to participate during the negotiations back in 2010 what killed that potential match? Just asking....

    The truth will probably never surface, but the evidence is compelling. It seems Manny Pacquiao’s stance on performance-enhancing drug testing has changed quite a bit since he refused to cooperate with Floyd Mayweather’s requests in 2010, potentially squashing any chance of ever seeing the two fighters square off.

    At the time, Pacquiao refused to have his blood drawn for testing (as a stipulation for a fight with Mayweather), and the pound-for-pound kingpin refused to fight him as a result. Mayweather continues to demand the same from all his potential challengers, and it seems Pac-Man has decided to take a page out of his book.
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...oyd-mayweather

    Late last week it was revealed that Manny Pacquiao had requested random blood and urine testing for his upcoming bout on November 23 with Brandon Rios in Macau. On Friday, it was confirmed that the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) would be the organization entrusted with the task of testing both fighters.
    To those who have followed Pacquiao's career for the last several years, the decision to actually request PEDs testing has to be more than a bit jarring, especially after his own tumultuous relationship with the concept.
    For those who recall, a proposed mega-fight with Floyd Mayweather was all but signed, sealed, and delivered when a dispute over random blood testing forever killed the deal.
    At the time, the Filipino icon balked at undergoing any PEDs testing above and beyond the minimum commission requirements, claiming that the drawing of blood would weaken him prior to the fight. The reluctance to budge on random testing eventually took both fighters to arbitration where the bout was officially killed off in January of 2010 when neither side would give in regarding a cut-off date for drawing blood prior to fight night.
    Following the well-publicized collapse of this era's biggest money fight, Mayweather was painted as the unreasonable party, insisting on random blood testing for no other reason than the fact that unsubstantiated rumors of PEDs use and overwhelming Pacquiao performances caused him to be suspicious.
    Fast forward to 2013 and the script has been flipped completely.
    Fighters who demand and undergo random blood testing are not vilified, but given their just due. Members of the media who lambasted Mayweather for his demands just a couple of years ago are now commending other fighters who make similar demands. For those looking to explain the complete 180 on the issue, evolution of thought could be credited for the change. However, for those with a slightly cynical orientation, the word "hypocrisy" could also be applied.
    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/manny-p...001500183.html
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    I hope Canelo beats Mayweather's azz tonight.
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