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  • #21
    An occult hom0sexual promoting a fight between 2 occult hom0sexuals.
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    • #22
      I hope Mayweather loses one of these meaningless fights.. For two reasons:

      - he took advantage of Gennaro Hernandez passing on the torch to him when he was too old AND even Oscar fighting Floyd was huge for Floyd's career.

      - he refused to do the same and pass the torch on to the next generation and fight anyone in their prime for his last few fights (he dehydrated Canelo)

      There's a generation of welterweights that America and the world know nothing about because of this money-grabber.
      So I'm routing for Jake Paul to beat Woodley and get Mayweather too.. He'll do a lot better than the brother

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      • #23
        Originally posted by Cortez View Post
        So you didn't even interview Joe. This article is based on his podcast which is the most popular in the world.
        We can just listen to that. How is this article worthy
        What does it matter? The article is just stating Joe’s opinion. Plus, not everyone listens to Joe’s podcast, like me. If it wasn’t for this article, I wouldn’t have known Joe Rogan felt this way about the fight. Because of this article, now I know.

        The only thing you could say, is the article doesnt state where this information comes from. The article could say, in Joe Rogan’s most recent podcast episode, he said…..” but I’m not gonna fault the article for that.

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        • #24
          Rogan says it's amazing. His reason? Old good fighter can't beat much bigger, pseudo-professional fighter with zero skills. I don't see which side of the equation is supposed to amaze.

          It's a circus sideshow. It's Ben Johnson racing a horse and a stock car. It's a lion fighting a bear for bored miners in the Gold Rush.

          Except with no winner declared. Pointless not amazing.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by Amir Imam View Post

            Well go talk about them , no need to comment.
            I have been but that doesn't mean I can't post my opinion that this a **** clickbait puff piece article that didn't need to be posted or discussed. Wow Joe Rogan said it's amazing 7 times on his podcast catered to juggalos and morons. Great. Next let's get Dr Phil's opinion on the fight while we're at it...

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            • #26
              Originally posted by Rapscallion View Post

              Duran and quite a few others as well (IMHO). And with Duran, it would not only be in the boxing ring, but any other kind of fighting as well. In fact, given how the Longan Paul fight went, I don't even know that Floyd Jr. would beat Floyd Sr.
              A quiter like Duran can never be the greatest of all time.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by batista84 View Post
                All due respect, I don't think that was amazing. It was an exhibition, nothing more, nothing less, amazing imho would've been came back at 44 and beat a top rated guy in my division, just like Hopkins used to do or like Pacquiao is trying to do.

                Floyd looked bothered at the fact he could not stop the kid, he got his milllions, good for him, but to me it was more like embarrasment on hi part for not doing what he thought he was gonna do, his demeanor looked like a man who did not acomplished what he had envisioned.

                Nevertheless before anyone in here comes to call me a hater, let it be known that he is my favorite fighter all time, the guy was unbeliavable good till he retired, He robbed the bank, good for him.
                He is also my favorite fighter and I hundred percent agree with you.

                Floyd lFlked like he wanted to cry because he couldn't stop the kid.

                Which is stupid and so are my fellow Floyd fans (and haters) who actually thought a guy who hasn't stopped an opponent since 2007 and is 44 years old, and weighed only 155lbs was gonna stop a guy who is 195lbs of muscle.

                I kept hearing people repeating this "Floyd by KO easy" nonsense and I kept trying to tell everyone that they are misleading themselves but no one would listen.

                Having said that, there was a point where Floyd looked like he had him and that Logan was ready to go.

                But Logan turned it into the worst clinch fest I ever seen and Mayweather abandoned the consistent body attack that got him there in the first place and was therefore no long effective himself.

                Its weird how the best fighters sometimes do amateurish ish like that.

                I remember Pacquiao did the same when he fought Horn.

                He had Horn ready to go in the ninth round and instead of mixing up his punches he started head hunting and as a result allowed Horn to survive.

                All Horn had to do was lean back his head and upper body and circle the ring.

                One would think Manny, with his experience and boxing IQ, would have had the sense to attack the body so that Horn can gas more and also so that Horn can bring his head down but he just carried on head hunting and missing the whole round.

                Mayweather and Pac, by far the best of their generation, did something that stupid that cost them the KO.
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                • #28
                  Originally posted by Amir Imam View Post

                  People really think Duran is better than Floyd lol he fought Hearn Hagler and SRL went 1-4 and was knocked out twice. Great fighter but over rated in my opinion
                  Uncle Roger always use this quote and I’m going to borrow it again today; Most People Don’t Know **** About Boxing! Period…. Duran started his career as a very small fighter and accomplished so much before he fought those guys whom were naturally bigger and gave them hell, and you didn’t mention what he did to Iran Barkley a guy Hearns could never beat, but Hearns destroy Duran because styles make fights. Duran beat a legend in Ray Leonard also, yes he did; whipped his ass! Whenever you ready to attend class let me know, I’ve been at this about 40 years now and I’m only 53.
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                  • #29
                    a huge part of it
                    Originally posted by hitmanjosh View Post

                    Uncle Roger always use this quote and I’m going to borrow it again today; Most People Don’t Know **** About Boxing! Period…. Duran started his career as a very small fighter and accomplished so much before he fought those guys whom were naturally bigger and gave them hell, and you didn’t mention what he did to Iran Barkley a guy Hearns could never beat, but Hearns destroy Duran because styles make fights. Duran beat a legend in Ray Leonard also, yes he did; whipped his ass! Whenever you ready to attend class let me know, I’ve been at this about 40 years now and I’m only 53.
                    Ya styles make fights.. Being the best in my opinion shouldn't just be about having losses or not.
                    The sport evolves like any other.
                    And Floyd would've learned from all those guys too.
                    The guy I've seen having a mix of everything is Sugar Ray Robinson.
                    When you remove all the modern tactics and clever matchmaking of the modern Era, I don't think the fighters these days could hold a light to fighters from back in the 60s 70s fighting regularly against the best. That was real toughness.
                    Floyd protected himself very carefully in many ways. When I think of his legacy, that is a huge part of it.

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                    • #30
                      I wasn’t saying anything negative about Floyd in fact I’m a Michigan product myself but when people make the remark as the best ever bull, I have been around the tournaments when he was an amateur etc. I can use smaller fighters to compare him to as well and don’t think he was as good or would have won, but that’s why we are entitled to our opinion. Pernell was slicker, Aaron Pryor at 140 was a mistake for anyone so I don’t have to use guys at 154 to compare him too! I know how great he is to be able to even fight at 147 with his size that was straight talent but don’t come for me I have been around the game forever and I’m still in great shape at 53.

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