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Old 07-21-2019, 06:16 PM #21
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Sure, go ahead and break it down for....considering I'VE COMPETED IN amateur boxing. But what do I know. I guess I was the only one actually trying to fight/box/ko my opponent. Everyone else must've been playing tag. I guess amateurs were just playing tag during their sparring sessions as well.

Hmmm...okay? Did I not say Mayweather Jr. in MY opinion was out of his prime around 2010/2011? Was Pacquiao at 30-32 years old at that time also out of his prime?
Bigger gloves and head guards and head guards as well
How many KOs did you get in how many fights?


Different people are in their prime at different stages.

I asked you a similar question, and you have chosen answer it by telling a date when he wasn't.

This leaves his prime being 2007-2009. They Mayweather that fought the likes of Old drugged up Oscar, bar room brawler light-welter Hatton, and the Lightweight urine drinking, rock throwing champ JMM.

This was Floyd at his best, this is the version of Floyd that beats all others?
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Old 07-21-2019, 06:19 PM #22
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It doesn't really matter. Pac s got a stronger resume.
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