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  • #11
    Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post
    So Mayweather even while training probably at 40%, weighed in at 150 pounds. 150 pounds. Proves that all those years fighting at 147 pounds, he was always near enough facing bigger fighters.

    The reason why I have highlighted this, is because people of late? Have been making a big deal of Alvarez facing Bivol, who probably was not even that much heavier than Alvarez.

    There is also a possibility that Alvarez was bigger than Bivol come fight night etc.

    Note: So even after years of retirement, Mayweather is still able to pretty much make super welterweight. If there where some lower class world champions about, I honestly think Mayweather could beat them.
    Except he couldn’t make a catchweight of 144 lbs against Marquez and he apparently over trained so hard for the biggest fight of his career that he needed an illegal IV to “rehydrate”. He also refused to get on the scale on the day of each of those fights.
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    • #12
      Originally posted by Boxing-1013 View Post

      Who were the biggest fighters that Floyd faced?
      Probably Josie, and his fight with reality.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Boxing-1013 View Post

        Who were the biggest fighters that Floyd faced?
        Corrales, Castillo, Oscar, Victor Ortiz, Maidana, Canelo, Gatti all outweighed him by 10-15 lbs.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by GhostofDempsey View Post

          Except he couldn’t make a catchweight of 144 lbs against Marquez and he apparently over trained so hard for the biggest fight of his career that he needed an illegal IV to “rehydrate”. He also refused to get on the scale on the day of each of those fights.
          What did he weigh vs Marquez was it under the welterweight limit by any chance, lets see? yes it was mate.

          Floyd Mayweather vs Marquez weighed in at 146 pounds, 1 pound under his then current weight class. He was voluntary putting himself at a disadvantage for Marquez.

          Whether he made 144 pounds or not, he was still 1 pound under the 147 pound limit. After being retired for 1.5 to 2 years.

          And still he beat Marquez easy, walk in the park, a completely different level.

          GhostofDempsey, you are lying to yourself mate. You are not being honest, or thinking critically.

          You know for a fact, that Mayweather has never weighed over 160 pounds come fight night. He has never used Canelo Alvarez's tricks.

          So why are you piping up on this subject? The man has been retired for years, is training at 30-40% and is still weighing in at 150 pounds.

          It is unprecedented.

          Shut up about the illegal IV, he re-hydrated by taking on some electrolytes, big deal.

          Why are you over exaggerating, honestly? Don't go leaving this thread. I want to know, why are you over exaggerating?

          You must know what you are saying is over exaggerated crap.
          Last edited by PRINCEKOOL; 05-21-2022, 07:17 PM.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post

            What did he weigh vs Marquez was it under the welterweight limit by any chance, lets see? yes it was mate.

            Floyd Mayweather vs Marquez weighed in at 146 pounds, 1 pound under his then current weight class. He was voluntary putting himself at a disadvantage for Marquez.

            Whether he made 144 pounds or not, he was still 1 pound under the 147 pound limit. After being retired for 1.5 to 2 years.

            And still he beat Marquez easy, walk in the park, a completely different level.

            GhostofDempsey, you are lying to yourself mate. You are not being honest, or thinking critically.

            You know for a fact, that Mayweather has never weighed over 160 pounds come fight night. He has never used Canelo Alvarez's tricks.

            So why are you piping up on this subject? The man has been retired for years, is training at 30-40% and is still weighing in at 150 pounds.

            It is unprecedented.

            Shut up about the illegal IV, he re-hydrated by taking on some electrolytes, big deal.

            Why are you over exaggerating, honestly? Don't go leaving this thread. I want to know, why are you over exaggerating?

            You must know what you are saying is over exaggerated crap.
            If he walked around at 150-154 he would have no problem making 144. Coming in one pound under the limit was not what the contract called for, that is a meaningless observation.

            If he was walking around at 150-154 he would not have needed to dehydrate himself to the extent that he has to use a banned IV. A seasoned fighter likeFloyd and his trainers would know enough not to allow him to be dehydrated. He could have easily hydrated with some pedialyte. He was flushing his system and masking drug use.
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            • #16
              Originally posted by LeOoze View Post

              Corrales, Castillo, Oscar, Victor Ortiz, Maidana, Canelo, Gatti all outweighed him by 10-15 lbs.
              My point is/was that while Floyd fought well as he went up in weight, he never really fought a significantly bigger fighter than him. Floyd was a natural 140ish pound fighter in today's era. He didn't fight any/many guys that walked around north of 160 while he walked around about 150.

              Canelo obviously did/does walk around north of 160, but that's where that weight draining issue comes in. Not to mention that he caught him early in his career. Oscar was a WW though he was probably a good 10 pounds naturally bigger than Floyd too imo.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by GhostofDempsey View Post

                If he walked around at 150-154 he would have no problem making 144. Coming in one pound under the limit was not what the contract called for, that is a meaningless observation.

                If he was walking around at 150-154 he would not have needed to dehydrate himself to the extent that he has to use a banned IV. A seasoned fighter likeFloyd and his trainers would know enough not to allow him to be dehydrated. He could have easily hydrated with some pedialyte. He was flushing his system and masking drug use.
                What you have wrote here is all complete and utter nonsense.

                But at least you gave me a response.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post

                  What you have wrote here is all complete and utter nonsense.

                  But at least you gave me a response.
                  It’s not nonsense. A fighter of his caliber doesn’t get dehydrated before the biggest fight of his life, if he only had to lose between 3 - 7 pounds. He has suspect test results in the past with his Testosterone levels out of whack and some sealed documents when he was injecting his hands. He was a drug cheat, which is why he claimed to want to clean up boxing, it was all a ploy with USADA and NSAC on his payroll.

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                  • #19
                    In case anyone was wondering who “undefeated” Moore is, Bwahahaha!

                    Pro Boxing Career 19 bouts
                    2016-09-24 DeShaun Williams 5 16 1 Falcons Fury Harley Davidson , Conyers W TKO event bout wiki
                    2013-11-22 Reymundo Hernandez 6 14 0 Star Plaza Theater, Merrillville W TKO event bout wiki
                    2012-11-03 Alfredo Guarneros 5 9 0 Radisson Hotel, Merrillville W UD event bout wiki
                    2008-02-09 Randy Dodds 6 22 0 Civic Auditorium, La Porte W UD event bout wiki
                    2007-12-14 Reggie Sanders 12 41 4 Majestic Star Casino, Gary W UD event bout wiki
                    2007-09-21 Bobby Conners 0 6 0 Radisson Star Plaza, Merrillville W DQ event bout wiki
                    2007-06-08 John Hoffman 10 18 0 Hudson & Campbell Fitness Cent, Gary W TKO event bout wiki
                    2007-04-20 Pedro Flores 1 1 0 Star Plaza Theater, Merrillville W KO event bout wiki
                    2006-09-01 Paul Reyes 2 6 0 The Park, Whiting W TKO event bout wiki
                    2001-11-24 Gabriel Perez 0 5 0 Civic Center, La Porte W TKO event bout wiki
                    2001-02-10 Ramon Marines 3 3 0 Civic Center, La Porte W UD event bout wiki
                    2000-11-07 Juan Raul Llopis 1 2 1 50 Yard Line, Harvey D PTS event bout wiki
                    2000-09-09 Willie Thomas 2 4 0 Civic Center, La Porte W KO event bout wiki
                    2000-05-26 Marc Kliora 0 1 0 Civic Center, La Porte W UD event bout wiki
                    2000-03-24 John Lester debut Civic Center, La Porte W TKO event bout wiki
                    1999-10-16 Anthony Evans 2 7 0 Star Plaza Theater, Merrillville W TKO event bout wiki
                    1999-09-11 Calvin Gardner 0 3 0 Civic Center, La Porte W TKO event bout wiki
                    1999-06-19 Enrique Castaneda debut Genesis Center, Gary W TKO event bout wiki
                    1999-03-27 Jimmy Holloway 1 7 0 Genesis Center, Gary W TKO

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post

                      What you have wrote here is all complete and utter nonsense.

                      But at least you gave me a response.
                      Because you don't like the truth?

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