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Old 08-28-2012, 06:16 PM #8
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what i don't understand is how people can make claims that a few years ago, manny would have beaten floyd---why can't they get it?

read this carefully

IN NO YEAR WOULD MANNY PACQUIAO EVER COME CLOSE TO DEFEATING FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. IT'S NOT EVEN A FAIR FIGHT. IT'S ALWAYS BEEN A MISMATCH AND FLOYD WOULD DEFEAT MANNY IN EASY AND DOMINATING FASHION.

KUDOS TO MURRAY FOR BEING A FIGHT FAN. HE SEEMS LIKE A CLASS ACT. I FELT BAD FOR HIM WHEN HE LOST TO FEDERER A FEW YEARS BACK AND HE CRIED ON NATIONAL TV. I CHOKED UP A BIT BECAUSE HE PLAYED HIS ASS OFF TO BEAT THE GUY AND HE WAS JUST OUTCLASSED. HE'S A TRUE CHAMPION THOUGH AND HAS A HEART OF GOLD IF YOU ASK ME.
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