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Old 01-24-2019, 07:17 AM #1300
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Originally Posted by BoxingTrav View Post
I get that he didnt want to fight on the undercard. He should have been headlining but he didn't want to fight Horn again. As for Crawford he's supposed to ask for more for fighting Pac that's negotiating. But once again my point is that Manny never mentioned Crawford name until he came over to Al Haymon. Now its Arum didnt want him to fight Pac, yet Arum mentioned that's what he wanted, Crawford said that he wanted the fight and Manny was mute the whole time.
Manny didnt have MP Promotions then. He was signed with Top Rank. He doesnt call out public names. You notice post-fight interviews he always says "it's up to my promoter".

Behind doors Manny wants Loma, who was getting the attention of Top Rank. Loma didnt want it. Pac moved on. After Vargas, he wants Crawford. Crawford says 7 million guarantee. Bob gives Horn.

Goes to show how difficult fights are made inside Top Rank that not even Bob can move mountains to make the fight happen. No Pac-Loma, No Pac-Crawford = RIP Top Rank.

I cant say I blame Bob. Loma and Crawford were their only prizefighters. And when those two doesnt want to fight, making ridiculous demands and act like they're the A side. Pac says screw them. Let's make a partnership with PBC.
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