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Old 12-29-2012, 08:39 PM
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Default Does ginger take a risk with a Floyd fight looming?

This is a serious question. The rumor is that they're fighting on the same card & hooking up later in the year. So does golden boy risk his (0) against a good jr middleweight, or they continue doing what they usually do & find some over-matched guy to further the phantom hype??

I mean, honestly now would not be the time to put ginger in with anyone dangerous. However if golden boy doesn't do that, how will they sell a Floyd/ginger fight?? If I were them, I'd tab Maidana, or maybe even Ortiz. I guess I'm resigned to the fact that some fighters can fight whoever they want, while others fight whenever they get a chance, thoughts???
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