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Old 09-19-2009, 07:19 PM #64
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Originally Posted by paulf View Post
A ton of truth in that, man. Even if the fight had been at 147, it would have allowed Juan the time to come up at a lot more than 142. Staying above weight the whole time and changing the contract at the last hour is just shady. Floyd looked GREAT on 24/7, what is he scared of?
My guess is that he isn't 'scared". There's nothing 'scary' about JMM to him.
There's just so much money on the table.


Do you guys think Shane can make 140? (older article, but in context now)

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Shane Mosley willing to go down to 140 pounds to fight Pacquiao
July 17, 2009 | 12:41 pm
Shane Mosley just called me to elaborate on a news statement that he's willing to go down to 140 pounds to fight Manny Pacquiao in the fall.

"This will put a lot of things to rest," Mosley told The Times. "I don't think [Miguel] Cotto can even make 145, and now I'm saying I'm willing to fight Pacquiao at his weight. I'll do that and go back up to welterweight and fight Floyd Mayweather Jr."

There's been a noticeable delay before what was expected to be a routine negotiation to pit Pacquiao against his Top Rank stablemate, Cotto, in November. Promoter Bob Arum has been on vacation and is expected to update the situation Monday in L.A.

But Mosley is working to further complicate the delay by renewing his offer to land a payday against Pacquiao that is far more lucrative than an alternate bout against Andre Berto.

"What else can be said?" Mosley asked, referring to potential reasons the Pacquiao camp may settle on choosing to fight Cotto.

Pacquiao's response could come later today. I ran Mosley's 140 pitch past a close Pacquiao friend in the U.S., and he responded, "Wow! That's some news."

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