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Old 09-29-2012, 07:50 AM
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Originally Posted by JDezi4 View Post
I guess its just a fact that this forum is mostly inhabited by Pac Stans, so it shouldn't really come to a surprise

But I see some more knowledgeable, less nut-hugging boxing fans saying the same stuff

Name 1 fighter in history that gave back a robbed title... Name 1 fighter in history that publicly stated (during his career) that he really lost a fight when he received the victory...

Now ask yourselves why Bradley is more interested in a rematch than Pacquiao... Money?? Sure, but you don't see Cotto, Margarito, Clottey, Hatton, or any of those guys asking for a rematch... What's keeping them from wanting to collect another big Pacquiao check?? Clottey in particular barely got hit and has no chance of making any where near a Pacquiao-payday without Pac, so why would he fear a rematch when he already knows that he can just cover up the whole time, survive, and send his check to the bank the next night??

And fact is, and I'm on record saying this before the fight, Bradley had done nothing to earn the Pacquiao fight and nothing to prove he even had a chance to win... His best wins at the time were Peterson and Alexander whom I didn't realize were measuring sticks for Pacquiao. Even the prefight tune-up he had against Casamayor?? Why was anyone even excited about the fight??

And yet, Bradley went the distance on 2 broken feet, left the ring without a mark on his face (and achieved that without running or hiding, ala Cotto and Clottey)... And managed to win the Championship rounds (If u didn't score round 10 and round 12 for Bradley, you're a retard plain and simple... Those rounds weren't even close)

And I highly doubt Bradley's camp had enough pull to influence the judges.. If anyone would be to blame for paying off judges, it would have to have been Arum, so why would u blame Bradley for that? And basically,

So...:
  1. Why does Bradley have to live in all the hate?
  2. Why does he suddenly suck after losing to the best fighter in the world?
  3. How does getting beat up by Pacquiao mean he'd lose to completely different styles of fighters like Marquez, Guerrero, Berto (I even saw a Devon Alexander who he already dominated)?

Seriously, I wanna know what u people are thinking... Hell, I'm willing to listen if u can manage a good enough argument, I'll give u green K
its more lack of interest in him than hate - he's acting like he got a legit win over pac and thinks he should be treated as such when everybody knows he got beat and by rights he should look at fighting the likes of garcia/maidena or even kahn before being entitled to a rematch with pac or a shot a floyd etc. Just because he got a gift decision thanks to corrupt judges doesn't mean everybody should just accept it. He got beat by pac and he needs a win over a ranked contender before being entitled to another big pay day.

Last edited by House of Stone; 09-29-2012 at 07:53 AM.
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