View Single Post
#8
Old 02-25-2013, 01:54 PM
SlySlickSmooth
its all good
 
Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 7,715
Rep Power: 25 SlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond reputeSlySlickSmooth has a reputation beyond repute
Points: 300,000,000,024,877.50
Bank: 3,656,968,353,474,875.50
Total Points: 3,956,968,353,499,753.00
A beer to go along with your winnings from tonight's bets! :) - Tyler_Durden No Message - UTEP Have a beer - led 80's Hip-Hop thread - -jose- a gift for u m8, just like danny ;) - sugarsmosley 
a truly great poster in the RBR threads - jas My treat - led a true boxing fan - jas Great and Fair poster - jas No Message - Beercules 
War SlySlick!! - Mike D knows his boxing - jas 
Cancer - Epilepsy - Foster Care - Gynecological Cancer - Rett Syndrome - jas 
Default

People I give chances to get the upset over Pacquiao:

Rios
Matthysse
Danny Garcia(he needs to get in counters otherwise gets annihilated early on)
Bradley?

People I know can still beat Pacquiao, albeit they would be CLOSE fights:

Mayweather
Marquez

If Pac can still come out blazing like he showed he could bring in the Marquez fight he's a tough tough fight for anyone still.

Although, since he's been knocked the **** out fighters won't be as scared of this warrior and the first two people I stated would be able to give Pac a good fight.
Reply With Quote
SlySlickSmooth is offline