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Duran: Maidana Won It, Mayweather Will Run in Rematch

By Enyoline Barria, notifight.com

Panamanian boxing legend Roberto "Mano de Piedra" Duran gave his take on the fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. (46-0, 26 KOs) and Argentina's Marcos Rene "El Chino" Maidana (35-4, 31 KOs), and what he expects to happen in the rematch. Last Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Mayweather had a much tougher time than expected and won a twelve round majority decision.
 
"Very Simple. If there is a rematch, Floyd will run from Maidana. He is just going to hold and run. He won't be able to stop Maidana and he knows Maidana will once again be looking for a war," Duran said.
 
"In Saturday's fight, Mayweather did not know what to do. Maidana had him in trouble. The most curious thing is that he calls himself the best in the world, but he didn't know how to decipher the Argentine. In the last fight with Broner, Maidana did very well and threw punches to the body, and that was what he needed to do with Floyd - but no - he just wanted to hit [Floyd] in the head. In addition, the Argentine does not know how to cut off the ring."

"For me 'El Chino' won it. Indeed, the fight should have ended in a draw, but they didn't want to damage the record of Floyd, so what happened happened."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Chex31 on 05-14-2014

chino won't no mas in the rematch

Comment by moonshineman on 05-14-2014

I agree with Duran.

Comment by Da Machine on 05-10-2014

Agree with Duran. Duran > May also.

Comment by ADP02 on 05-10-2014

[QUOTE=megadeth;14525036]Actually you're being a little too kind to Duran . He never made it to the stool, cuz he was quitting in the ring, mid punch! Yeah just IMAGINE if Floyd ever did that. LMAO at people talking trash about…

Comment by straightleft on 05-09-2014

[QUOTE=Nomadic;14522267]Most boxers don't know what to do in a wrestling match.[/QUOTE] Floyd fought a GIANT in wrestling. What are you talking about?

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