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  • #41
    good decision men i am not a fan of tony but i admire his will to fight to the end in all his fights and the pressure he was able to put on his opponent margarito toke some serious blow to his face during the first cotto fight even though he won plaster or not then shane almost toke his head off then pacquiao smash him for 12 rounds then cotto in the rematch also smash him with lots of punshes to his face he toke to much punishment to his face and its better to retire insted of getting hurt in the ring or something!!!

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    • #42
      Originally posted by BIGPOPPAPUMP View Post
      "Margarito (38-8, 27KOs) has never been the same after taking a twelve round beating from Manny Pacquiao in the fall of 2010."
      Correction: Margarito (38-8, 27KOs) has never been the same after being caught with illegal wraps and Mosley knocked Antonio out!

      Pacquiao was simply beating up a guy who hadn't looked good since being exposed by Mosley. How the writer picked the Pacquiao fight as the turning point in Margarito's career is beyond me.

      Mosley knocked Margarito out before Antonio ever fought Pacquiao. Pacquiao only got a decision. Who beat Margarito more convincingly: The man who stopped him or the man who outboxed him?

      Bias writers don't help boxing's cause. Give Shane credit when its due. I swear they try to give Manny credit for doing shit that he doesn't deserve all the time.

      Next they'll say that Manny was #1 at jrMW at one point. Its just nonsense.

      Margarito fell from grace the minute Nazim Richardson took a look at his wraps and brought attention to it. Once Antonio had to box instead of bludgeon, his minutes were numbered.

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      • #43
        Truly a disgrace to the sport we all love! He doesn't represent the true essence of the Mexican Warrior and those who claim that he does or did need be ashamed...

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        • #44
          Always a great fighter to watch! Gave it all he had in the ring. The plaster scandal will always follow him but I still believe what he said as an excuse. WAR MARGARITO!!

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          • #45
            He might reconsider and try to make a comeback like Wright did if he feels his eye is okay.

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            • #46
              good riddance to bad fking rubbish! deserved NO payoffs. karma will catch up.

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              • #47
                About 3.5 years too late

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                • #48
                  I think the article writer meant to say 'after the beating mosley gave him, he never looked the same'
                  This rick guy is either stupid or rides pacs nutsack hard. Do research before posting an article next time.

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                  • #49
                    dont they mean MOSLEY??? he wouldve ko'ed chicken floyd in his prime thats why chicken ducked him,to instead fight the dangeroud deadly 20 loss baldomir, chicken floyd cannot handle pressure fighters , that said Margs was always a warrior very fun to watch,he took Manny with him too as manny hasnt been fighting the same since either, landed alot of punches on manny.237 most landed on pacman ever, I dont for one second buy into the brick crap ,he was a relentless fighter just like Arum said not the most talented but certainly one of the toughest ever.Thats a guy that truly never ducked anyone .

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                    • #50
                      good riddance, finally karma got to this ****....

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