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Floyd Mayweather 57 49.57%
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Old 07-26-2012, 12:17 AM #131
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Wow,I didn't look at that way but PAC fought cotto at 145 so yes cotto vs PAC is not a ww fight .so once you take cotto off manny ww resume his pales in comparison to floyd's.
I don't understand that. 145lbs is welterweight. Should it have been for a title? Probably not but it was a welterweight fight. And one hell of a win for Pacquiao at that time--when we weren't really sure if he could handle a big welter, let alone one as skilled as Cotto. And he delivered a great performance. I tend to think that Cotto's confidence coupled with the fact that he didn't really have a trainer influenced his performance. But it ranks as Pacquiao's best win at the weight and possibly his best since he beat Barrera in 2003.
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Old 07-26-2012, 12:42 AM #132
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JMM coming up two weight divisions and Floyd didn't fulfill the catchweight, Mitchell sucks, Zab coming off a loss, Hatton a 140 pounder, Mosley inactive for over 14+ months, Baldomir one of the worst Ring belt champs ever, Ortiz is a mental midget.

See it can go both ways. Just whatever you want to believe.

^^ retard lololol what a hater

Fighting Baldomir was more credible than Clottley.
Clottley also took a dive.
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Old 07-26-2012, 12:47 AM #133
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Old 07-26-2012, 12:47 AM #134
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This thread isn't about the state of their opponents, it is asking for a comparison.

If Shane was at a 5 when he fought Floyd, then he was at a 2 when Manny decided to fight him. You cannot argue that.
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he goes from a 5 to a 2 in a year? it's the same shot mosley what's the difference? you are either shot or you aren't. is this like roy jones vs calzaghe compared to roy jones vs danny green? oh yea calzaghe beat a much better version....
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The state of their opponents matters when you're evaluating a resume. There's a reason why Holmes doesn't get any credit for having Ali's name in his W column. The career stage of the opponent matters. It's not just having the name.

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They answered it for me .... thanks!
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How is this even close?
Bitterness. Denial. The realization that the gig is up and holding on by any means necessary.
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Old 07-26-2012, 12:52 AM #136
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How is this even close?
Easy ...

Question: How many fights did Marquez, Hatton, Sharmba and Ortiz have at WW prior to Floyd? In total, 4 of Floyd's WW opponents had 3 recent fights at WW.

Judah lost to Baldomir and lost to all top level WW that he faced. Judah finally realized and went down to 140.

Baldomir had 1 OK year and was awarded a Floyd fight.

Mosley was 16 months inactive and 39 years old. Mosley never won since Floyd so that goes to show you that anybody could have beat this Mosley!!!


Oh, you meant that Manny has the better resume?

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