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View Poll Results: Can PAC pull the trigger ?
Absolutely not ! 21 31.34%
Somewhat 17 25.37%
Yes he can! 29 43.28%
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:17 PM
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I agree. I've noticed it as well.

But he still dominated Tim Bradley, who sucks.
PAC was known to be the punches in bunches guy. He obviously has matured and learned how to pick his punches, but, these days, it's not just picking his punches, I really think he's unable to put his punches together right away when he's in position to counter.

I think in the Bradley fight, PAC showed he was still BOSS. But, I really saw signs of an aging fighter as well. PAC is famous for lightning speed and unloading punches n' bunches . PAC today is still fast, but, he's more of a single shooter now, ya know what I mean.

In a nutshell, back then PAC was a machine gun, now, he performs more like a shotgun.
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:19 PM
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In a nutshell, back then PAC was a machine gun, now, he performs more like a shotgun.
Can't expect the same at the age of 33 and being in the wars he's been in bro.
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:19 PM
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PAC was known to be the punches in bunches guy. He obviously has matured and learned how to pick his punches, but, these days, it's not just picking his punches, I really think he's unable to put his punches together right away when he's in position to counter.

I think in the Bradley fight, PAC showed he was still BOSS. But, I really saw signs of an aging fighter as well. PAC is famous for lightning speed and unloading punches n' bunches . PAC today is still fast, but, he's more of a single shooter now, ya know what I mean.

In a nutshell, back then PAC was a machine gun, now, he performs more like a shotgun.
He was fighting bigger slower guys than Bradley, in the JMM fight he looked like the same old Pacquiao.
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:20 PM
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Cotto is a hell of a lot slower than Bradley and was lunging with his punches.
Dude, I've seen Cotto and Bradley fights live. Cotto does not appear to be the blazing handspeed kinda guy, but, I would say that Cotto's speed is up there with Bradley's. I would describe Cotto's speed as deceptive.

At that elite level, no one is slow, but, there are a few who are the Usain Bolt's of boxing
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:21 PM
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He was fighting bigger slower guys than Bradley, in the JMM fight he looked like the same old Pacquiao.
The PAC that fought Bradley looked like the same one that fought Juanita the third time.
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:23 PM
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Can't expect the same at the age of 33 and being in the wars he's been in bro.
Yeah, exactly, but, looking at the posts and the votes some obviously feel he's still the same guy from let say 5 years ago.

PAC can still pull the trigger, just not as consistent. That's why I voted "somewhat" Did you vote ?
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:23 PM
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Dude, I've seen Cotto and Bradley fights live. Cotto does not appear to be the blazing handspeed kinda guy, but, I would say that Cotto's speed is up there with Bradley's. I would describe Cotto's speed as deceptive.

At that elite level, no one is slow, but, there are a few who are the Usain Bolt's of boxing
It was more to do with footspeed than handspeed. Cotto hasn't got anywhere close to the footspeed Bradley has and couldn't close Pacquiao down and resorted to lunging, which Pacquiao could see a mile away step to the side and unload on a off balance Cotto.
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:24 PM
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How can Paqciao pull the trigger when the target is nowhere to be found. He's busy trying to survive. Like I said, it started with Clotty, interrupted briefly by Margarito, then resumed by Mosly. Clotty covered himself with his gloves the entire fight and the rest either run or backpedal. Their main objective is just to survive. Paq only shines when his opponent is brave.

There. /
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:24 PM
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He can still pull the trigger. He just need to fight a Mayorga/Margarito type of opponent to do it.
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Old 07-07-2012, 08:25 PM
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Yeah, exactly, but, looking at the posts and the votes some obviously feel he's still the same guy from let say 5 years ago.

PAC can still pull the trigger, just not as consistent. That's why I voted "somewhat" Did you vote ?
Well, my post I said he could pull the trigger but by no means like the old Pacquiao. I voted "Somewhat" too.
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