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Old 11-14-2012, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by woopwoop View Post
not sure about having a big ego, but i think he is a bit overrated. he looks good because he has a special fighter in Pacquiao.
almost every trainer has pointed this out, even Roach credits Pacquiao for making him famous, so at least Roach knows it.

But Roach has never taken a fighter from nothing to something the way Emmanuel Steward has, Joe Goossen, Robert Garcia, and a couple of others have.

Pacquiao was already a champion who defeated the lineal Flyweight champion in Thailand without Roach in his corner.

I wonder why Pacman got rid of his old American trainer who helped guide him to that title and basically was with him from when he was a teen till he left to America.

I forgot that guys name but his first name was Rick I believe.
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