|01-07-2011, 10:14 PM||#1|
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When do fighters become "worthy" to fight Pacman?
[B]I'd love to hear the answers to this question (though I'm sure they'll change on an by the minute basis)
When do fighters become "worthy" to fight Pac?[/B]
When they aren't on vacation?
When they've "proven" themselves buy facing tougher challenges in hopes they lose or take damage?
When they agree to all Pac's demands?
When they are a "draw"?
When they aren't "over pricing" themselves out of a fight?
To anyone with common sense..It's when they are RIPE for the picking.
Make sure you are coming off at LEAST one loss.
Make sure you show signs of serious decline.
Make sure you agree to a catchweight.
Make sure you are weight drained.
Make sure you've cheated previously.
Make sure you "agree" to all Pac's demands.
Make sure you aren't coming off a win.
Make sure you aren't the best out there.
Make sure you're ready to retire.
Make sure you do not DARE to ask for full random OST for Pac.
Make sure you're immediately signed to fight with Pac with a new trainer. (Cotto)
Make sure you are slow and a come foward fighter.
Follow these rules and you are "worthy" of a fight with the cash cow Pac.
|01-07-2011, 10:19 PM||#4|
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Marquez and Martinez aside, I don't think Pacquiao (or his handlers) is reluctant to fight anyone.
|01-07-2011, 10:19 PM||#5|
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|01-07-2011, 10:28 PM||#9|
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I believe it's when they lose a recent fight badly and show signs of being ****.
|01-07-2011, 10:32 PM||#10|
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