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kato3388

What I can’t fathom is, why would someone, anyone leave 100 Million dollars on the table??!?!!? Riddle me this?

Which elite businessman, would leave $100 Million dollars on the table?????

Before, it was because of “power-pellets”.
Then, it was purse split,
Now, it’s he won’t do ‘ANY’ business with Bob Arum.

And Mayweather has now started a trend. Adonis Stevenson’s now the newest to run from an opponent because that opponent is working for a rival network. The best fighting the best is the ‘good ole days’. Now it’s businessman vs. businessman. Everyone looking for the biggest $$$ and lowest reward. And we, the fans, continue to fall for it.

Posted April 1, 2014 5:37 pm 


RENI V.

I am Reni Valensuela and I approve the prior treatise.

Posted April 1, 2014 3:23 am 


Ilocano

Reni V. Carry on writing articles. I enjoy reading them and I think you’re flamboyant and articulate.

Posted March 31, 2014 7:53 am 


Reni M. Valenzuela

I was not the one who commented earlier here. Somebody just used my name. Thanks to a faithful friend who called my attention on this minutes ago. So please don’t believe the “poseurs.” This is my first and only one comment here. To all your reactions, thank you. God bless!

Posted March 30, 2014 11:44 pm 


Hecdog

Manny Pacquiao will continue to mystify those that think he’s finished. At 35 years of age, Manny is just now hitting his peak years. Today is a different era for fighters. Better training, more skilled athletes and the physical and nutritional components are more advanced. Athletes are extending their peak years and doing more than in past eras. Manny is all together a different athlete than boxers of today. He is an athlete that could have been great at any other sport he chose. I recently watched a video of Manny playing basketball, and he was unbelievable. I know it was just a casual pickup game, but he did show flashes of Allen Iverson, Kobe Bryant and the greatest, Michael Jordan. Manny Pacquiao may have been as dominant a basketball player as he is a boxer. Greatness is an attribute that only few have, and Manny Pacquiao is the only one in boxing history to truly and sincerely have greatness attached to his name. The sports world as well as the world news in general has been circulating around Manny Pacquiao. The media has been following Manny since the start of his training camp in the Philippines, and now has been in Los Angeles 24 hours around the clock. Manny’s legendary workouts and sparring have brought out the who’s who of the world. Griffith Park was a spectacle to see. Fans running through underground tunnels, streets jam packed and security everywhere just to catch a glimpse of the legend. The media has been watching Manny terrorize his sparring partners at Wild Card. Gun shots are what they say the sound of Manny’s punches sound like. They say he’s on fire and looking better, stronger and faster than he’s ever been. Timothy Bradley caught word of this and has now vowed to double up on his socks before entering the ring to fight Manny. The 24/7 was interesting to watch, but the true story is that Timothy is living a false dream. He knows that Manny can beat him inside or outside. Speed and agility makes all the difference in the world. Manny is currently the reining Pound For Pound King in boxing with GGG and Kovalev close behind. No one is on Manny’s level when he is inspired, conditioned and focused. If you were to take the greatest boxers in history on their best night, Manny is still a few notches better. Sugar Ray Robinson, Roy Jones, Marvin Hagler, Muhammad Ali, Julio Cesar Chavez, Oscar De La Hoya, Mike Tyson, Henry Armstrong and others were all great fighters, but when you put the whole package together, Manny Pacquiao comes out ahead. His most recent brilliant boxing performance was one for the ages. Manny went from a roaring lion to a slick, deceptive, calculating mongoose. The foot work, speed and agility were amazing to see. April 12 will showcase the best of the best Manny Pacquiao we’ve seen. Fans will then know why Canelo, Mayweather, Porter, Thurman and both Mikey and Danny Garcia don’t want any part of Manny Pacquiao. The only 8 time division boxing champion ever will end this fight in stunning fashion. All the socks in the world will not help Timothy Bradley. Trust me, Manny will shock everyone that sees this fight. Manny is the best!

Posted March 30, 2014 8:55 pm 


Joe D.

Yep, and that would be brave and smart

Posted March 30, 2014 12:47 pm 


Rich

That would be Filipino…….

Posted March 30, 2014 8:13 am 


Stitch

Mayweather has been ducking Pacquiao since 2009 and such is a known fact throughout the world.

Posted March 29, 2014 5:25 pm 


William Charles Ramez

bringing “justice” to the sport…hmmm..boycott or no boycott… people power or no PP. We ask for sushi in an itallian restaurant.. We elect a perfect ruler for our country. We force our ex-wife to love us again. We search for a legit dick enlarger. What the fcuk am I sayin?… Mayweather is his own boss.. No one can force nobody. it’s a dream fight but not until Mayweather wants it, we will be forever at his mercy..how embarrassing. Im changing the channel to reality TV. (just for the record,ive been a crazed lunatic of this bout for the longest time..even had a shirt made “Who’s the P4P King?” with badass b&w photos of ‘em…then I forced myself to wake up..

Posted March 29, 2014 2:55 pm 


Ray Ray

What do u expect from a phillipeano?

Posted March 29, 2014 1:28 pm 


Ray Ray

Mr tomato can don’t bother Reni is a waste of space. The biggest blind PAC fan ever. & no big fancy words can change the fact that this guy is not a boxers a-hole….iv dealt with him in younger days….he has more engenders than any respectful journalists.

Posted March 29, 2014 1:26 pm 


Lance

I see Floyd fighting Pacquiao when Bob A is out of the picture. I agree with writer let’s boycott for now

Posted March 29, 2014 11:52 am 


Lance

I see Floyd fighting Pacquiao when Bob A is out of the picture next year. I agree with the writer lets boycott for now

Posted March 29, 2014 11:51 am 


Tomato Can

Instead of constantly complaining about Mayweather/Pacquio not happening, Take a look at the whole picture. Why do the majority of high profile fights never pit GBP vrs Top Rank fighters? Why will we never see Matthysse/Providnikov or Bradley/Garcia? It’s not just May/Pac that isn’t happening.

Posted March 29, 2014 11:13 am 


Tomato Can

The article wasn’t worth anything more than a brief scan.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:58 am 


Tomato Can

Once I start seeing any Top Rank fighters fight anyone other than fellow Top Rank opponents, I’ll quit pointing my finger at Arum as the culprit behind this fight not happening. Once, I see HBO and Showtime welcoming all promotional teams on thier respective fight cards, I can stop looking at them as major road blocks for fights like this happening. Until then, I won’t be pointing my figer at either fighter for keeping this fight from happening….

Posted March 29, 2014 10:57 am 


Hidalg0

I found the article to be laboriously over-written and containing nothing to motivate me to read it to the end. So I didn’t.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:54 am 


Anonymous

Article = Hilarious. Read like it was written by a college student who just got his first thesaurus, and then misused half the words he discovered.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:47 am 


moonshineman

@Tim. Is 100% correct.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:38 am 


moonshineman

Brilliant article. Spot on.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:37 am 


Tim

Manny vs Bradley is definitely a better fight than PBF vs Maidana in my opinion. But PBF’S under card will likely be better. I expect it to have better PPV buys. Khan has a lot of fans so that will be a HUGE help in sales. Manny vs Bradley is not going to be a glorified sparring match. Bradley is the real deal and nobody is beating him at 147lbs except for perhaps pacman or PBF. Bradley would box circles around Maidana and Khan.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:31 am 


fast79z

two great fights mannys being much better

Posted March 29, 2014 10:19 am 


fast79z

sick n tired of people talkin about boxing not being a crossover sport, maybe thats a good thing, put it on tv not ppv then see what happens like it use to be when it was a crossover sport

Posted March 29, 2014 10:18 am 


Tim

PBF is not afraid of Pacman. I just think he is afraid of losing his 0. And he knows that Pacman can beat him. It’s not rocket science fellas. If PBF felt confident that he would definitely win, he would have taken the career high payday and fought pacman. If it makes money, it makes sense, unless than means fighting pacman.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:16 am 


Tim

PBF is not afraid of Pacman. I just think he is afraid of losing his 0. And he knows that Pacman can beat him. It’s not rocket science. If PBF felt confident that he would definitely win, he would have taken the career high payday and fought pacman. If it makes money, it makes sense, unless than means fighting pacman.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:15 am 


ron b

This dude can’t write. Dumbass.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:12 am 


powerhands

Nice one twin.

Posted March 29, 2014 10:04 am 


RENI V.

Thank you graciously to my loyal protégés of boxing writing. I feel that my feelings are getting the best of me because as I can’t feel my nipples? But I recall that we don’t deserve a feeling of guilt because we forgot to remember that our memory serves our guilt and we then have to torment it with our own thoughts. Once the ship sails to sea we will see the sea and all that the sea offers us to see… see? I mean really the thought of thoughts completely overwhelm my thought process to the point that I can’t think about it anymore. While on one hand I see my point, on the other just a bunch of veins? I lost my point, because my point was not really a point, but instead it pointed out the fact that I have no real point. Once the dragon flew by I breathed his smoke only to decide that I shouldn’t inhale, not that it would cost me anything at all. I will go to the edge look down, turn around, jump on one foot and slide under my pillow. It’s a hard knock undead life. I think I’m running out of things to say. Oh but I won’t let that stop me. To all you obtuse fans who can’t know what I write. That’s not an insult, just pointing out the facts because you’re all too imperceptive to see it yourselves. I write a lot of crap and I think my fingers are going numb. I can’t feel my ass. How do you like that? I got more facts where that came from. I am not going to proof read this because it will detract from its purity.

Posted March 29, 2014 9:56 am 


Twin

Imma just say this those 2 dates every real boxing fan will b ordering those fights .

Posted March 29, 2014 9:26 am 


Pugfan

I was so upset by the decision in the first Paquiao Bradley bout , that I protested by buying a ticket to Marquez vs Bradley and going to Vegas.

Posted March 29, 2014 8:57 am 


powerhands

Floyd isn’t afraid of PAC at all. I bet he would rather fight PAC than maidana. It’s funny how Floyd haters hate him so much that they say, “Floyd cherry picked maidana,” “another easy fight for Floyd,” bla bla bla. That’s their hater way of hoping to jinxs Floyd to lose. Lol!

Posted March 29, 2014 8:22 am 


PEEJ

Boxing is not ruined. It is a thriving sport. If anything Pac and Floyd made the sport more popular than it’s ever been

Posted March 29, 2014 7:54 am 


RapidFire

Yea you can pretty much say Floyd and Manny ruined boxing. Another match lost in limbo

Posted March 29, 2014 7:30 am 


Jasper

I just scanned the comments that fans have made after mine and all I can say is damn! You all need to get a life, you guys want the fight that PAC never wanted. He walked away in 2009, in 2012 he hung up the phone and didn’t bother try to negotiate, today he only mentions Floyd name when he is signing to fight Bradley. Love PAC in the ring but his games may have fooled weak minded fools who campaign on his behalf, but anyone with half a brain knows the deal

Posted March 29, 2014 6:40 am 


Anonymous

Balanced intelligent opnion. count me in

Posted March 29, 2014 6:39 am 


Col

Well said Reni,

Posted March 29, 2014 6:09 am 


BLUESMAN

uiao are COWARDS!!

Posted March 29, 2014 3:10 am 


BLUESMAN

GREAT article! Both Mayweather AND Pacq

Posted March 29, 2014 3:09 am 


punch

“trying to spread”

Posted March 29, 2014 2:35 am 


TarkT

Lol……f;puf od eju npcomh om ,rdd
floy is why boxing in mess

Posted March 29, 2014 1:39 am 


Dre

After maidana Floyd will fight Alvarado.. Because the aficionados demand it… Just like the Guerrero fight..lol

Posted March 29, 2014 1:17 am 


Dre

Ghetto thug? Can u even read homie…

Posted March 29, 2014 1:15 am 


te tumbo

Wtf?!?!?

Posted March 29, 2014 12:32 am 


Boxer80

Pls keep posting more articles I’m enjoying it. Thanks Reni!

Posted March 28, 2014 11:03 pm 


Boxer80

Great, common Reni, let them feel it. Truth hurts!!!

Posted March 28, 2014 11:01 pm 


Jasper

Wow, I do not know this guy but I want to punch him in the face. I started to read this garbage but I had to stop because I didn’t want to waste 2 minutes of my life. May-Pac would be nice but it is not the end of the world. I Wish Pac and Bradley would have left Bob so they Could fight other fighters besides the usual suspects.

Posted March 28, 2014 10:19 pm 


Ghetto Thug

Shi+talker Reni M. Valenzuela is doing it again, talking his usual bullcrap, I wont spend a minute of my life Reading his garbage….. I bet his words are nothing but hate for Mayweather…. shoot yourself Reni….. suicídate a la verga pinche baboso

Posted March 28, 2014 10:00 pm 



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