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Old 12-22-2011, 08:56 AM
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Originally Posted by BennyST View Post
Why do people still mention him as a good win? The guy was never any good, ever. The one single name on his resume was an old shot Bungu. Other than that he had already been knocked out, and the other dude did it easier than Pac. Stop mentioning this guy as some kind of 'name' for Pac.

It's like mentioning Julio Gervacio as a great name on Marquez's resume. The guy was a champion and was more proven than Ledwaba, but no one talks about him....because he's **** just like Ledwaba was.

"Rising star".....only in Pacland was he ever a rising star.
Hater! Ledwaba was one of the man to beat at 122 that time. After his first loss, Ledwaba won his next 24 fights and defended his belt 5 times before the Pacquiao fight! Often forgotten, Pacquiao was brought in as a late-substitute to feed the burgeoning stardom of South Africa’s highly touted Ledwaba, then 33-1-1. Fruck you! You think having a major belt in boxing is like you can pick it easily in a road side and anybody could beat them easily like what Pac did to him.

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