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Old 07-26-2011, 03:33 PM
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I stopped reading there and almost spit out my water....hahahah
It's entirely possible that Floyd could pressure Ortiz behind his high guard.
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Old 07-26-2011, 03:34 PM
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Looka here. At times Peterson was hitting Ortiz with all the big shots he had. Peterson of all guys. They were all hurting Ortiz. Mayweather is bigger than Peterson, Is faster than Peterson, Hits harder than Peterson and has more boxing skill than Peterson. Now you add up all those equations



---Calculating---





That gives Victor Ortiz about a 2.53% Chance of beating Floyd Mayweather. And a %76.77 chance Floyd Mayweather Knocks out Victor Ortiz and a 100 % of ass wooping involved in this fight.



With that being said Victor Ortiz has a 26.3% Chance of knocking Floyd Mayweather down in the first 6 rounds. After that his chances of him knocking down Floyd are about %15




With that being said Victor Ortiz will be all busted up to hell and saying "You know floyd is a great boxer, He was hard to find and hard to hit, Like nothing ive ever faced before." GuarenmotherfkknTEE it

Final Outcome: Floyd Mayweather Win TKO 9
despite my 2 previous post, I still dont totally agree with what you said because I dont think its completely fair to judge Ortiz from what he did at 140. He was too big for the weight. I think he's a totally different fighter now.

Also, after the Maidana fight I think he changed his style some for a few fights and was more cautious. He got back to being aggressive against Berto. I think if he fought Peterson that way then he looks alot better but again, he's just a better guy at WW which is his more natural weight.

Even Roach said he gave Pac hell in sparring at WW but when he would go lower then he wasnt as good in sparring
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Old 07-26-2011, 03:37 PM
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Ill take that bet if you want it
Im giving 100:1 odds in the betting section. Ortiz finishes this fight unless he slips and breaks his ankle.
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Old 07-26-2011, 03:40 PM
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Old 07-26-2011, 03:59 PM
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I stopped reading there and almost spit out my water....hahahah
That makes me legitimately think you have never watched Floyd's fights against southpaws. Floyd will feel Ortiz out for 2-3 rounds and then start moving forward behind his high guard, just like he always does against southpaws.
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