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Old 02-24-2013, 11:32 AM
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Originally Posted by boxingfan4life View Post
I dont think its nonsense. Floyds past couple of fights were against fighters that have come off a winning streak or a career defining win. This made the fights more lucrative for him therefore putting more money in his pocket. Why fight pacquiao now after coming off 2 losses? Yeah it would still be alot of money but right now he's damaged goods. Plus all the pac fans and floyd haters will use pacquiao's loss to marquez as an excuse if floyd fights him now and wins. If Pacquaio had just agreed to the blood test the very first time the fight would have been done. So Pac should held just as responsible as Floyd.
  • Miguel Cotto, came from beating a really damaged Margarito = Career defining win?
  • Victor Ortiz and Guerrero = Beating Andre Berto is a career defining win?
And in the last part, before Pacquiao being KO'd, the excuse was "If Mayweather fights Pacquiao and wins, pac fans and floyd haters will say "Floyd is too big, Pacquiao is too small, Floyd was supposed to win"

So it's obvious you always have an excuse for Mayweather not fighting Pacquiao. Why don't you use the same logic when he fights a guy like Guerrero? Hypocrites.

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