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Old 12-03-2012, 03:49 PM
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Originally Posted by kiaba360 View Post
I really dislike that argument. If he fought Pac/Martinez/Canelo before he retires, very little people would be complaining. The problem is, we know Floyd plays boxing like chess. He's only gonna do something when he can get the most out of the situation. He's very particular about his selection of opponents. There's a purpose to every move he makes, and it's frustrating because while everyone else is fighting, he's scoping out the battlefield and developing his plan of attack. He's just too methodical to be a risk-taker.
I get your point but don't all promoters and managers do this with their fighters? They all put together a business plan and attempt to execute it. Been like this for a long time. It seems hard to criticize floyd for doing the same thing.
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