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Old 02-21-2012, 06:49 AM #23
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Originally Posted by D4thincarnation View Post
No, you have to been retired for 5 years before being allowed in.

And with Mayweather, it is highly likely that the retirement was there just to duck a fighter and will announce a comeback within 18 months.
Stallone isn't retired

But still no matter what people think of him Floyd Mayweather Jr. already has one of his feet in it. Also he never ducked Pac, Pac just kept coming back with stupid requirements over and over again, Floyd would accept then they'd come back with something different, then Floyd would accept, and so on and so forth so no wonder Floyd decided to pull out...

Even if he was to fight Pac and then won, all you haters would just turn around and say something like "Well Pac was done, if this fight happened so and so Pac would've won"
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