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Old 07-08-2011, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Dedication View Post
Ellerbe has kept his story straight, something which Konz hasn't done.
Ellerbe sticking to his story doesn't make him the bearer of truth either. Ross Greenburg states there were negotiations going on for both parties while Ellerbe still denied. So do we believe the head of HBO Sports who's helped Mayweather financially throughout his career or Ellerbe who simply is an employee of Mayweather and will vouch for his employer?

I don't believe Ellerbe as much as I don't believe Koncz. Is there probably truth in between what both are saying, probably. But if all the blame were on Pacquiao's team's side, I find it difficult to believe Floyd's team wouldn't have proved this last Summer when the Mayweather team was at an all time silence. But hey, that's what happens when you're a fan of a fighter, you're gonna believe whatever he or his team say. That goes for Pacquiao fans too.
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