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  • #11
    Originally posted by soul_survivor View Post
    Pacquiao is the most beloved fighter of his generation, the greatest too in the eyes of many. He has done it all, beaten every relevant fighter of his time and beaten them well. The only thing left is Mayweather but is that necessary now?

    Pacquiao's legacy was solidified long before Oscar and LONG before Mayweather. The Pacman doesn't need any more fights but if he does decide to stay, it should be against Canelo/Khan winner.

    May pac 2 would be a big money fight
    Last edited by MrRolltide91; 04-10-2016, 07:30 AM.

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    • #12
      Here MArquez-Pacquiao V comes....

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      • #13
        Pacquiao admits how coherent he actually talks with long answers after a win.

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        • #14
          This is a good fight to retire to. But sad to see him go nevertheless. Would have loved to see him against Danny Garcia or Amir Khan

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          • #15
            PAC is has unfinished business with a chickenshlt!!!!

            A chickenshlt that used ringers to wash something out of his system one that cheated!

            A chckenshlt that that was scared of a one armed man according to his daddy !!

            A heathy PAC like last nite whoops a pedLESS chickenshlt

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            • #16
              Originally posted by soul_survivor View Post
              Pacquiao is the most beloved fighter of his generation, the greatest too in the eyes of many. He has done it all, beaten every relevant fighter of his time and beaten them well. The only thing left is Mayweather but is that necessary now?

              Pacquiao's legacy was solidified long before Oscar and LONG before Mayweather. The Pacman doesn't need any more fights but if he does decide to stay, it should be against Canelo/Khan winner.
              Um, no. If you're going to speak about Pac's legacy then the only opponent who really matters is Floyd. Thought everybody understood that.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by Spoon23 View Post
                There's only one guy left if you choose to fight Pac. Froid roid.

                Not that you really need to prove yourself anymore.

                But that is all that is left.

                Settle the real score.
                It's already been settled. Your guy lost big winning only two rounds. Also, I think it's interesting how everyone is talking about their sportsmanship. Do you remember when your hero was saying before the Mayweather fight that he wanted to meet with Floyd, similar to his meeting with Bradley, and talk to him about Christ? Then when he lost, he didn't even want to look at Floyd let alone have breakfast with him or share Christ. He is as bad a sport as you are. The score is settled. It has nothing to do with karma or beating women. God was never going to fight for Pac. In that ring it's about skill and you guy is #2. Be happy with that. It's not a bad place to be unless you are a poor sport.

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                • #18
                  Well he should really think about it then, he clearly is still pretty good and as such can still make some serious money.

                  His fighting ability won't last forever, so I wouldn't want him to have any regrets about it later on. By that token if he wants to retire he should he earned his place and doesn't need to put his body through the punishment anymore. Plus not many guys get to end on a high note.

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by Spoon23 View Post
                    There's only one guy left if you choose to fight Pac. Froid roid.

                    Not that you really need to prove yourself anymore.

                    But that is all that is left.

                    Settle the real score.
                    He couldn't beat Floyd in a million years. Plus Floyd is retired, has been named the best fighter of the last 25 years by ESPN, and was the best of his generation. He has nothing left to prove.

                    If Pacquiao fights on he can face Canelo. Or Kell Brook or Terence Crawford. Some real young guns.

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                    • #20
                      Manny literally has nothing else to prove. He's accomplished great things and left us some amazing fights and moments. First ballot hall of famer, ATG, 8 division champ etc etc.

                      Time to ride off into the sunset.

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