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Livid Brewer Rips Roach and Pacquiao on Live Television

By Osman Rodriguez

Sands Casino Resort, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania - Although he appeared to be dominated over twelve rounds, Prenice Brewer (16-2-1, 6KOs) was 100% positive that he won a decision over rising contender Ronald Cruz (17-0, 12KOs). All three judges saw it 118-110.

"He may have landed more power shots. But he hit me one time and I hit him three times," Brewer vented.

After he was advised that trainer Freddie Roach, at ringside as an expert analyst for the live NBC Sports broadcast, scored the fight in favor of Cruz by a lopsided margin - Brewer ripped Roach and his number one fighter, WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao.

"Freddie, Pacquiao on steroids, I don't know what hell you up here talking about," Brewer said.

A moment later in the interview, Brewer vented again in the direction of Roach unprovoked.

"I feel like I won, I outboxed the kid. It's a twelve round fight. I give him five [rounds]. That means I got seven. You've seen the fight. Freddie, Pacquiao on steroids and he off it now and he look like sh*t," Brewer said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by SERVILEV on 06-02-2012

wow dude must be a BScene users w a hate account!! lmbo im sure hes a fight hype member who wears mayw underdrawls!

Comment by BlackRobbb on 06-02-2012

This guy just said what many want to say, but don't have the stones to say. For the record, I saw bits and pieces of the fight and from what I saw, it looked like Brewer landed more punches than…

Comment by BlackRobbb on 06-02-2012

*******s don't wanna hear the truth.

Comment by devildg on 06-02-2012

[QUOTE=cixthree;12197902]It's getting to the point where a man can't speak his mind, if it's true or not true that's how he feels. He feels the only reason Manny looked good or got any success is from PEDs, now that he's…

Comment by devildg on 06-02-2012

i dont know why he hates Pacquiao so much, what did Manny ever do to him. Just another jealous hater who is bitter and angry about his position in life - that he's fighting for peanuts and he'll never amount…

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