Join Date: Nov 2007
Quoted: 362 Post(s)
Rep Power: 69
Total Points: 1,644,235,974,452,247.00
Yeah, a punch that was shown here on video in a sparring session of Marquez in which he was working on that exact move, that also dropped his sparring partner, was 'lucky'. Do you understand that? Marquez was shown dropping his sparring partner with the exact punch, an identical sequence to what happened in the fight, weeks ago. This is what they train for and it's what Marquez had prepared himself to do in that situation.
A punch that was thrown after sliding back to get Pac coming in, then he slipped the right hand shot and threw a punch that is one of his signature shots, a counter right hand, was LUCKY?
Are you guys seriously that ****ed in the head? Does that mean every single landed punch in boxing history is lucky? Is a jab lucky? Any landed punch, jab, hook, body shot, straight right, perfectly timed and executed counter punch after slipping a jab (that was specifically worked on in sparring) is lucky now?
So Pacs KO of Hatton was lucky? All his knockdowns of Marquez were lucky, his KOs of Barrera, Morales and Cotto were all from lucky punches?
Hey guys, I'm going to let you in on a secret. It's very well kept, so no telling after I give it to you ok? In boxing, the fighters train their whole lives for one purpose. Guess what it is? This is the secret. TO LAND PUNCHES YOU ****ING ****S!
Marquez has landed that exact punch on Pac numerous times, but he's never been able to quite time it as well and have Pac coming in thinking he's about to get the KO himself and so be much more open. He had landed nearly the same punch, but only grazed Pac with it, not long before he scored the KO shot.
If you honestly think it was lucky, you've just called every landed punch in boxing history, from the weakest shot to the best KO shot ever, lucky. You.... Morons.....
Last edited by BennyST; 12-09-2012 at 11:24 AM.