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Old 09-18-2013, 04:17 AM
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"C.J. Ross, the Nevada boxing judge heavily ridiculed for turning in her second suspect scorecard in 15 months by scoring Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s dominant performance Saturday over Saul Canelo Alvarez as a draw, has effectively resigned, according to reports."
Source: LA Times, September 17, 2013, 9:05 p.m.
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Old 09-18-2013, 05:58 AM
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Agree. Sure, first fight Castillo vs Mayweather was not a landslide, but 7 or 8 rounds to 4 for Castillo is what I guess I call crystal clear. The guy is a great defensive boxer in a poor era, it ain't the era of Hearns, Duran and Leonard of welterweights. And by the way, I think De La Hoya and Mosley would comfortable beat Mayweather in their primes.
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Old 09-18-2013, 05:59 AM
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comfortably beat him, sorry for typos lol
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:14 AM
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Agree. Sure, first fight Castillo vs Mayweather was not a landslide, but 7 or 8 rounds to 4 for Castillo is what I guess I call crystal clear. The guy is a great defensive boxer in a poor era, it ain't the era of Hearns, Duran and Leonard of welterweights. And by the way, I think De La Hoya and Mosley would comfortable beat Mayweather in their primes.
Disagree. In fact I think if the Mayweather of today fought the same Oscar he foight in '07 I think he'd beat him very comfortably, perhaps even a stoppage. IMO this is the best Mayweather's been, he's at his peak right now.

I don't think flat-footed Oscar would ever get the better of Mayweather even in his prime. Moseley you just never know, guy blows hot and cold.
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:15 AM
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Agree. Sure, first fight Castillo vs Mayweather was not a landslide, but 7 or 8 rounds to 4 for Castillo is what I guess I call crystal clear. The guy is a great defensive boxer in a poor era, it ain't the era of Hearns, Duran and Leonard of welterweights. And by the way, I think De La Hoya and Mosley would comfortable beat Mayweather in their primes.
Disagree. In fact I think if the Mayweather of today fought the same Oscar he foight in '07 I think he'd beat him very comfortably, perhaps even a stoppage. IMO this is the best Mayweather's been, he's at his peak right now.

I don't think flat-footed Oscar would ever get the better of Mayweather even in his prime. Moseley you just never know, guy blows hot and cold.
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