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Freddie Roach: "Floyd Should Be Fraud Mayweather"

HOLLYWOOD, CALIF. - "So much for truth in advertising.  We all know who the No. 1 pound for pound fighter is and his name is Manny Pacquiao.  They can call Mayweather-Marquez "No. 1" but it smells like No. 2,” said three-time BWAA Trainer of the Year World-Famous Freddie Roach, who handles Manny Pacquiao.

“The fight stinks. Two counter-punchers waiting for the other one to make the first move is boring and proves nothing. If Mayweather wanted to prove he was the best all he had to do was wait one day to see who won Pacquiao-Hatton before signing to fight Marquez.  You might as well rename him Fraud Mayweather, Jr.“

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by rocco1252 on 06-16-2011

Gayweather is just waiting for Pacman to retire and then he will call him out.

Comment by STRUGG on 06-16-2011

LOL at fraud mayweather ....................LOL

Comment by NanaSucka on 06-16-2011

smh take the damn test.

Comment by Mr. Fantastic on 06-16-2011

Roach has no room to talk since Pac has been fighting Floyd's leftovers.

Comment by -Kev- on 06-16-2011

And 2 years later Pacquiao vs Marquez at WW is the best fight out there! The real Numero Uno: Pacquiao vs Marquez III.

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