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Old 08-15-2019, 10:18 PM #1
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Default The Fighters Manny Pacquiao Ducked On His Way Up

It is true that Manny “Pacroid” Pacquiao has ducked a lot of boxers on his move up in weight. This is something that many casual fans of The Pacman have no idea about because they only started following Manny when he first appeared on HBO 24/7 against Oscar De La Hoya a handpicked, big name, opponent who was weight drained.

When Manny Pacquiao was at super featherweight (130 pounds) he only fought a washed up Erik Morales(coming off of a loss to Zahir Raheem), Past it Marco Antonio Barrera, and Juan Manuel Marquez hoping he aged overnight. Manny also fought Oscar Larios who was coming up from 122 pounds to 130 pounds and Larios almost knocked Pacroid out. Manny couldn’t even knock out a former super bantamweight, and people are insulting Floyd Mayweather Jr. for fighting Juan Manuel Marquez, Errol Spence Jr. fighting Mikey Garcia? But Manny cherry picked a smaller guy and almost got his ass kicked and gets a pass? c’mon what a joke.

The main fighters that Pacquiao ducked and avoided at super featherweight were undefeated slick Dominican boxer Joan Guzman and a very tough Mexican Humberto Soto, both of those guys ended up fighting each other and Guzman won the fight by out slicking Soto. At the time Guzman was trained by one of the greatest boxing minds around Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Floyd and Guzman were calling Manny Pacquiao out but Manny never accepted the challenge, this was in 2007. Guzman in his prime was a very slick black fighter, so similar to Floyd Mayweather with his slick hit and not get hit style. Watch the 2007 interview, Floyd Sr. discusses Guzman’s chances against Pacquiao

In 2008, when Manny was set to go up in weight to the lightweight (135 pounds) division to try and capture another world title in a different weight class he chose the paper champion David Diaz. The fight that all the boxing fans wanted to see was Manny Pacquiao versus the newly crowned unified lightweight champion Nate Campbell who beat up Juan Diaz for the belts giving him his first loss. A real old school boxer who is concerned with his legacy would have fought Nate Campbell because he was the real champion at lightweight. Pacquiao again avoided a slick black fighter. After Manny defeated David Diaz to capture the WBC title, he fought Oscar De La Hoya and forced Oscar to drain himself to 147 instead of fighting him at a more reasonable 150 pounds catchweight. The win versus Oscar was a hollow victory, all it was is another name to pad Pacquiao’s record.

Shane Mosley beat up Antonio Margarito and called out Manny Pacquiao but Freddie Roach and Manny wanted no part of a guy like Mosley coming off a vicious knockout win over the most feared fighter at the time Antonio Margarito. Instead, they waited for Mosley to turn 40 years old to give him a shot.

Here is the exact quote from Freddie Roach:
“Shane came to the gym twice to ask me to let him fight Manny,” Roach says. “I told him no both times, and both times for the same two reasons: First, there isn’t enough money there, and second, you’re too good a fighter.” (Source: LA Times)
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Old 08-15-2019, 10:21 PM #2
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Old 08-15-2019, 10:32 PM #3
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Bro you can’t fight everyone pacquiao is a legend and top three GOAT and you know it!!
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Bro you can’t fight everyone pacquiao is a legend and top three GOAT and you know it!!
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Another casual fan I see
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I wish we could've seen Valero vs. Pacquiao.

Also Maidana vs. Pacquiao, preferably at 140.
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You guys who hate on Manny or Mayweather aren't boxing fans. You're just clowns who cheer for your idols. Idolize no man but respect the sport and if you like the sport, you respect Manny and Floyd.
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It is true that Manny “Pacroid” Pacquiao has ducked a lot of boxers on his move up in weight. This is something that many casual fans of The Pacman have no idea about because they only started following Manny when he first appeared on HBO 24/7 against Oscar De La Hoya a handpicked, big name, opponent who was weight drained.

When Manny Pacquiao was at super featherweight (130 pounds) he only fought a washed up Erik Morales(coming off of a loss to Zahir Raheem), Past it Marco Antonio Barrera, and Juan Manuel Marquez hoping he aged overnight. Manny also fought Oscar Larios who was coming up from 122 pounds to 130 pounds and Larios almost knocked Pacroid out. Manny couldn’t even knock out a former super bantamweight, and people are insulting Floyd Mayweather Jr. for fighting Juan Manuel Marquez, Errol Spence Jr. fighting Mikey Garcia? But Manny cherry picked a smaller guy and almost got his ass kicked and gets a pass? c’mon what a joke.

The main fighters that Pacquiao ducked and avoided at super featherweight were undefeated slick Dominican boxer Joan Guzman and a very tough Mexican Humberto Soto, both of those guys ended up fighting each other and Guzman won the fight by out slicking Soto. At the time Guzman was trained by one of the greatest boxing minds around Floyd Mayweather Sr. and Floyd and Guzman were calling Manny Pacquiao out but Manny never accepted the challenge, this was in 2007. Guzman in his prime was a very slick black fighter, so similar to Floyd Mayweather with his slick hit and not get hit style. Watch the 2007 interview, Floyd Sr. discusses Guzman’s chances against Pacquiao

In 2008, when Manny was set to go up in weight to the lightweight (135 pounds) division to try and capture another world title in a different weight class he chose the paper champion David Diaz. The fight that all the boxing fans wanted to see was Manny Pacquiao versus the newly crowned unified lightweight champion Nate Campbell who beat up Juan Diaz for the belts giving him his first loss. A real old school boxer who is concerned with his legacy would have fought Nate Campbell because he was the real champion at lightweight. Pacquiao again avoided a slick black fighter. After Manny defeated David Diaz to capture the WBC title, he fought Oscar De La Hoya and forced Oscar to drain himself to 147 instead of fighting him at a more reasonable 150 pounds catchweight. The win versus Oscar was a hollow victory, all it was is another name to pad Pacquiao’s record.

Shane Mosley beat up Antonio Margarito and called out Manny Pacquiao but Freddie Roach and Manny wanted no part of a guy like Mosley coming off a vicious knockout win over the most feared fighter at the time Antonio Margarito. Instead, they waited for Mosley to turn 40 years old to give him a shot.

Here is the exact quote from Freddie Roach:
“Shane came to the gym twice to ask me to let him fight Manny,” Roach says. “I told him no both times, and both times for the same two reasons: First, there isn’t enough money there, and second, you’re too good a fighter.” (Source: LA Times)
Wow, and after all of that, he will still be remembered in years to come and you won't. FU!
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Old 08-15-2019, 11:17 PM #9
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He never ducked anybody no way no how. Pac was fearless and would fight anybody his weight if the money was there.
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Old 08-15-2019, 11:30 PM #10
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I’d prefer the mexican HOFers than Guzman. Pacquiao couldn’t pass a chance with Oscar. That’s a once in a lifetime chance. Had he lost, he would have went back to 135 and fought the likes of Campbell, Casamayor or JMM3.

Valero was the real miss though
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