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Old 12-06-2012, 12:09 AM
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Originally Posted by 1sballotHOF View Post
Never say never. I think Floyd might definitely take the fight, if he thinks PAC is on a dramatic decline. Come on man. Endorsements and promotion ain't nothing like a fight night pay check. You see all those 0's, and boxing will keep sucking you back in. Think about all the families he has to take care of, and all the people in his entourage.
At that point a pacquiao fight would do floyd's legacy more harm than good. One could floyd would be fighting a pacquiao on a 3fight losing streak losing both times to marquez on rop of the bradley debacle. Giving legitimacy to claims floyd shamelessly avoided pac for years. On the other side of it pacquiao would have no bargaining leverage against floyd in negotiations. Dude would not settle for the 10 percent or whatever offensively low split floyd offers
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