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Old 04-15-2010, 10:45 AM
DeelDough
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Some of y'all have got some nerves(or lack of brain cells) to think that ***** laid out the strategy for PAC to emulate on how to beat Flattened.

First off, ***** and PAC have two completely different approach to the fight game. Second, PAC is a southpaw, the angles and positioning are completely diffferent. The punch combos are different.

How the hell could you think that PAC followed *****'s lead to beat Flattened when everything they do is the complete f**kin' opposite ?

They only thing that PAC and ***** had in common when they fought Flattened was that Flattened simply did not belong in that ring. It could've been PAC that Flattened fought first and the result would've been the same.
Hatton laid out the blue print himself by never having his hands up when preparing to throw and engage, it was just a matter og time an elite fighter stepped in there and countered him at the sweet spot.

Dont get me wrong either I am a Hatton fan. He wasnt overrated IMO. The guy achieved what he achieved being one-dimensional. So credit is due to him for actually doing that. He had a good stance , decent hand speed , decent pop. But his boxing IQ if any was not all that good. He just swong for the fences and expected to break u down. Thats not skill. So thats why he gets credit from my part for making it somewhere in this sport. He might be a HOF one day. If it was up to me he would be at least. But Mayweather did not layout a blueprint at all. mayweather just countered like he usually does. I was not expecting a ko in that fight , much less from Floyd.
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