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Old 10-23-2011, 09:27 AM #25
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I would rate this episode of 24/7 as okay, as all of Pacquiao's are, but that's all they ever are is okay. Any scenes without him in the gym are trite and forgettable. There's only so many times one can look at a rotund Boo Boy Fernandez and the rest of Manny's entourage before serious boredom takes hold. In terms of being a television personality Manny has about as much depth as a saltine cracker. Obviously what Manny does inside of the ring speaks for itself, which probably explains why he has such a large and passionate fan base. But if these episodes are intended to sell or hype the fight, Pacquiao's a hopeless bore.

Floyd goes all in when his 24/7's come along; he knows how to play to the cameras like no one else alive.
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