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Old 07-02-2012, 10:25 PM #9
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Originally Posted by whirlwind View Post
We also know Floyd will never give a leveling field to his opponents and he wants all the advantages he can get to win his fight.

Oscar, Cotto and Margarito gave a leveling field against the smaller fighter Pacquaio.

Pacquaio gave Marquez a leveling field when they fought for a 3rd time at 144 catchweight.

After the Oscar fight at 147, Pac gave Hatton a levelling field when he moved down and fought him at his best weight division (140) while Floyd had him to fight at his own division 147 = so much worst than catchwieght.


One time Floyd gave a leveling field to his opponent (catchweight fight at 144 against Marquez ) He weight cheated him.
Good post, anyone see the movie Ted?
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