|09-18-2011, 08:53 PM||#1|
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Last night didn't teach us anything about PBF-Pac
Anybody that thinks that was an actual preview of PBF-Pac is fooling themselves. Pacquiao and Ortiz are as different as PBF and JMM.
To assume Pac would be able to touch up Floyd, or that PBF would just shoulder roll him all night, based on last night is ridiculous.
PBF and Pac are elite. Really two of the very few we've had in the recent era. Neither of them has ever faced anyone similar enough to draw any real conclusions from. That's why the fight is so intriguing.
|09-18-2011, 09:00 PM||#3|
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Only thing it showed is that Floyd is a great fighter. He did what he does to other people and lost his cool and took a cheap shot.
It's a shame it had to happen because Ortiz wouldn't have lasted a few more rounds before he would have been knocked out and nobody would have been able to say anything but how great Floyd was.
Hopefully in may we will see the two fight.
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