|02-25-2013, 04:57 PM||#21|
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I really think Pac is done. That was a devastating KO. He has been in far too many wars and his style is soo wrong to be successful at a comeback.
Khan gets put on noddle leg st again
other than that I would say
Floyd KOs pac in mid rounds
Mathysse KOs pac in the later rounds
Rios in the mids
and call me crazy but I see Ortiz knocking Pacs head off within 4 rounds. Vic has really good pop and pac is very hittable. now if PAC makes it past 5 then its smooth sailing for him cause history has shown that Vic will crumble in the later rounds but I realy dont see Pac weathering the storm in the first 4 rounds
|02-25-2013, 04:58 PM||#22|
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|02-25-2013, 05:03 PM||#23|
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|02-25-2013, 05:14 PM||#25|
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IF Pac is still the same guy who was in Pac-Marquez 4...
|02-25-2013, 05:21 PM||#26|
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The same people who could before. Floyd, Marquez, Arum, and his wife... No reason to believe anybody else does just because the guy who has (unofficially of course) beat him arguably 3 other times just did. Now if he'd have lost to Clottey..then we'd be on to something. Pac looked damn good, knockout/knockdowns aside.
|02-25-2013, 05:25 PM||#27|
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I still think he's too devastating in range for the majority of guys to handle. The day a young fighter goes toe to toe with him and comes out on top I think you could say he is done as an elite fighter. I think there are certain guys who can control him and Bradley certainly did a pretty decent job on that front, certainly making it a close decision for me at least, but he didn't come anywhere close to putting real daylight between him and Manny.
With the exception of two ATGs in Morales and JMM, nobody has managed to do that in over ten years of top level fights on American soil. Until someone beneath the ATG level soundly outboxes and beats him I think you need to hold off on bringing the curtain down on the guy's career.
|02-25-2013, 05:29 PM||#28|
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People still underestimating because Pac took the Bradley fight so lightly! No way in hell his body actually made him ease off in so many rounds in that fight, he chose too because he thought he could win.
Manny needs his booze again, he didn't even wanna gun for the Margarito KO... shame.
Cotto and Hatton were the last shows of his real bad intentions.
|02-25-2013, 05:33 PM||#29|
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Pac has been in a lot of wars. He has lost his legs and chin. Lost some speed too. He has power because he did knock JMM down but his explosive jumping in does really tire out legs.
|02-25-2013, 05:41 PM||#30|
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Nice mullet... Pacquiao could still beat anyone out there. He could also get KO'd himself, just like any other fighter. The difference with him is that he has the skill and power to win and be dangerous, but yes he's human like the rest of us.
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