|02-02-2012, 03:43 PM||#31|
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until he slowed down he was beating floyd to the punch
he finished the fight in the same manner as everybody else, though
"fighting floyd mayweather is a cold dose of reality."
crazy as it sounds, the real answer is mosley
he had floyd dead to rights
a few more right hands and he would have been out like a light
but course mayweather survived
and there wasnt any question who won that fight after 12
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|02-02-2012, 03:59 PM||#33|
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My opinion, anyway.
|02-02-2012, 04:12 PM||#34|
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Oscar's showing against Forbes and Pacquiao shown Oscar's level at that point in his career.
Roach who trained Oscar for that fight, knew he didn't have it anymore and that convinced him that Pacquiao could not lose against Oscar even though he had to come up 3 weights in a year.
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