Boxing Forum - View Single Post - Pac showing early signs of Parkinsons?
View Single Post
#65
Old 01-03-2013, 11:38 AM
The Big Dunn
Warrior and King
 
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: New Jersey
Posts: 32,218
Quoted: 3892 Post(s)
Rep Power: 79 The Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond reputeThe Big Dunn has a reputation beyond repute
Points: 3,000,109,083.44
Bank: 2,705,647,584,947,179.50
Total Points: 2,705,650,585,056,263.00
Have some! - Tamis_Siensya respect you as a poster, keep it up champ! - Atreyu Khalil cheers! - JAB5239 couldnt green you so heres a medal for your bravery against the tards lol - Rapid Counter No Message - Sugar Booger 
;) - QuebecSTAR2 "I was hoping you misread this tweet. Sadly, you didn't." I LOL'd good one - bigjavi973 GGG-Gullibe Gennady Groupies LMAO - bigjavi973 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year - Freedom. 
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Evol View Post
Also how is saying PAC may have Parkinsons disease an excuse? The article stated that PAC seem to be showing sign of the disease and that PAC should really consider retiring. Nowhere in that article did i read anything about how this could be the reason why he lost so again how is this even an excuse?
evol come on man. it reads like an excuse for his losing even though the fight itself isn't mentioned or the writer didn't specifically link them. Its no different then the JMM ped stuff IMO.
Reply With Quote
The Big Dunn is online now