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Old 11-22-2011, 09:43 AM
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Originally Posted by jjbj2 View Post
Bait thread.

As a *******, I would like to say Pacquiao wins.

But to give this some serious tone in this thread that will be deleted:

Mayweather will give Pacquiao the hardest fight ever.

Mayweather will circle Pacquiao like how Marquez and Mosley did to him.

And Mayweather has a vicious right hand that is both explosive and stealthy.

If Pacquiao tries to win his fight against Mayweather the smart way then he will lose the fight no question ask. If he takes his time and tries to be smart then he lost already. He should fight Mayweather like how he fought Erik Morales in their second fight and Marco Antonio Barrera in their first fight that is sheer volume and continuous pressure.

No excuse, if Pacquiao starts feeling leg cramps in the 4th round then he might as well quit in the 5th round because Mayweather will turn him around and potshot him to a Unanimous Decision.

Pacquiao must fight this fight base on power and constant pressure. Disregard defense in order to bring on full assault to Mayweather and hurt him good like his relentless attack to Margarito and Cotto. Don't give Mayweather a moment's rest and keep unleashing power shots in weird angles to catch him off guard.

If he backs up then follow him until Mayweather's back touches the ropes and unleash a fury of savage beating on Mayweather's arms, elbows, shoulders, and body. Don't stop until Mayweather clinches and if he does push him away reset and then continue pummeling Mayweather again by shooting out power punches and straight lefts in weird angles.

If Pacquiao doesn't do all these then he better just quit and blame it to leg cramps because he will not win in points. Mayweather will win by points never by KO against Pacquiao. Pacquiao will not win by KO but by Majority Decision or Split Decision and that is because of sheer pressure and the constant beating he will have to do against Mayweather.

Pacquiao has to hurt Mayweather visibly in order to make the judges know that his punches are effective and not just glancing blows. He has to break Mayweather's face to a bloody pulp to prove to the judges that his straight lefts and jabs are effective. He should at least make Mayweather's knees buckle in order to show the judges that his right hooks are effective.

If he doesn't do all of these then he should just quit and blame it on leg cramps or whatever. He will not win by points for boxing beautifully or being smart. He will only win if shows the judges how savagely he beat Mayweather. It needs all of those dramas to convince both the public and judges that Pacquiao wins over Mayweather.
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