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Talking Mayweather Sr foot in mouth disease?

Mayweather Sr foot in mouth disease?
September 30, 8:34 PM
Mississippi Fight Sports Examiner
by Brad Cooney




Recently in an interview with Percy Crawford of www.fighthype.com, famed fight trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr was quoted as saying "Pacquiao can forget about it" referring to Pacquiao's chances of defeating little Floyd. Isn't this getting a bit old with big Floyd? At what point will big Floyd realize that whatever he says about Manny Pacquiao, usually the opposite happens?



Mayweather Sr predicted De La Hoya over Pacquiao, and followed that up with his usual nonsense. After Pacquiao wiped up the floor with Oscar, Sr said this,



"He beat a dehydrated Oscar De La Hoya. He didn't beat the real Oscar De La Hoya. He fought a man that was dehydrated. You look at that fight and you'll see Oscar almost fell over his own feet. He was over-trained."



Then there was the classic Mayweather Sr commenting to Dennis Gasgonia of ABS CBN about how bad Hatton was going to wipe up Pacquiao, and actually referred to Pacquiao as getting old,



“When he beat the world legend Oscar De La Hoya, he was over the hill, now it’s time for you to swallow the same old pill."



Of course then the back and forth with Freddie Roach. At what point will big Floyd get sick of Freddie Roach having the last laugh? How many times will Mayweather Sr call Freddie Roach a "joke" before he realizes that Freddie actually is no joke, in fact on the contrary. Freddie Roach is a living legend that will go down as one of the greatest boxing trainers of all time.



Foot in mouth disease seems to have it's grip on Floyd Sr, but does he even realize it? Now look, it's not like Floyd Mayweather Sr doesn't know a thing about boxing. He's an accomplished boxing trainer who knows the game of boxing like the back of his hand. With that said, he's struck out time and time again when it comes to Manny Pacquiao and Freddie Roach.



And last but certainly not least, Floyd Mayweather Sr made an accusation that Manny Pacquiao has used steroids. So with that said, I will close with this. After Pacquiao takes and passes his drug test, will big Floyd lodge his foot even deeper into his mouth than it already is? I am guessing....yes
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