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  1. Pan-Africanist
    10-21-2014 11:44 AM
    A loss to Floyd would hurt PAC politically and he knows it. PAC had his 50/50 split in 09 and he turned it down. When a person turns down a 50/50 split from Floyd Mayweather to fight Joshua Clottey there is no way you can convince me they wanted the fight. I don't care about what someone says in public. When it came time to sh1t or get off the pot Manny dove off as quick as he could. These are the facts and they are unarguable.
  2. Pan-Africanist
    10-21-2014 08:16 AM
    When has Pacquiao or Top Rank ever reached out to Al Haymon or Floyd Mayweather to try and make the fight? How about never. All Pacquiao does is run his mouth. By every bodies standards on this site it is an obvious duck. People just won't admit it because everybody loves PAC and hates Floyd.
    Stevenson passes on a bad deal from HBO all of a sudden he's afraid and ducking Kovalev. Manny passes on his biggest payday not once but twice and it's Floyd who is the ducker. Child please don't make me laugh. There was one demand drug testing and PAC wanted no part of that.
  3. Pan-Africanist
    10-17-2014 12:07 PM
    First time in 09/10. Second time when he called PAC personally. How much would it take to get PAC to say yes? He turned down 40 mil without batting an eye. Maybe Floyd thinks they are too far apart to waste time even trying to negotiate. It's not 09/10 anymore. I don't see how Floyd makes his biggest payday after breaking off Manny with 50 to 60 mil.
  4. Pan-Africanist
    10-17-2014 01:51 AM
    Think what? Manny ducked Floyd? I absolutely positively think that. Floyd did offer Manny the fight twice and Manny turned him down twice. Why is that not considered a duck?
  5. LacedUp
    12-30-2013 10:44 AM
    Hey mate, do us a favour an put your nominees for NSB poster of the year, down here:
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  7. vcvc
    05-25-2011 09:45 AM
    you son of a b1tch
  8. Vadrigar.
    03-07-2011 05:22 AM
    what's up man?
  9. lfc19titles
    12-03-2010 01:05 PM
    It was a best ass competition, forgot who she was, I think someone told me it was some european show
  10. The Surgeon
    11-27-2010 12:56 PM
    The Surgeon
    Sweet, Umm just had a dream Froch took him out with a body shot and then ive been thinking Froch could nick it on points but im sticking with Abraham, Froch gets hit too often to beat a guy with a punch like Arthur i think. Rootin for Cobra tho

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    Manny Pacquiao over Floyd Mayweather

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    Won 10 (Pac v. Cotto, Froch v. Taylor, Pacquiao v. Hatton, Cotto v. Clottey, Dirrell v. Abaraham, Martinez v. Pavlik, Kessler v. Froch, Martinez v. Williams, Froch v. Abraham, Canelo v. Trout)
    Lost 3(Lacy v. Taylor, Kessler v. Ward, Shane Mosley v. Saul Alvarez)


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