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Old 11-14-2012, 09:06 PM
whirlwind
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Originally Posted by CHOWWOKKA View Post
Pacquiao was too green after 40 fights...

That is stupid. If you saw the first fight. The Pacquiao who fought Morales was a one dimensional one trick pony because he doesn't know how to use his right hand and he was relying too much to his straight left not to mention the blood covering his vision from the cut he suffered early in the fight. His promoter Murad was also sold him out and forced him to wear pillow gloves. He was not allowed to wear his favorite puncher gloves, the blood covering his vision, the bood they took for the test magically disappeared 2 days before the fight so that they can take another bood from Pacquiao 1 day before the fight, one trick pony one dimensional midget fighter but guess what? He still gave Morales a life and death for his win.

The Pacquiao who fought Morales the second time was not even in his prime Pacquiao even though he learned a few tricks like how to use his right hand/right hook breaking Morales nose. The prime Pacquiao was the one who beat Oscar, Hatton, Cotto, Clottey, etc..where he showed he can ko/kd these bigger fighters with his both hands, can take heavy shot like nothing and proved he can beat fighters 3 to 4 divisions above where he originally fought Morales. That is the prime Pacquiao and will beat Morales easily, Easily than the 2nd fight and 3rd fight.

Last edited by whirlwind; 11-14-2012 at 09:30 PM.
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