Gentlemen, I have been telling those of you that would listen that Malignaggi is a D, yes D level fighter. I told you that he loses to ALL the good fighters. I told you he would be stopped and would retire for good. He talks way too much for someone that has done absolutely nothing in boxing. He kept running his mouth about the legendary Manny Pacquiao. He kept telling everyone that he was some kind of legend. His boxing ability has been that of an amateur almost winning the City Golden Gloves tournament. He came up with excuses about how his fragile little hands prevented him from being a knockout artist. He was a loud mouth that could never back anything up. Malignaggi was nevr anything more than a good sparring partner for top guys to beat up. Tonight he received what he had coming to him. Fighters, please don’t run your mouths, act like your something special without having done one thing, talk down to others and criticize great fighters that have done more in one day than you have done in a life time (Manny Pac Man Pacqiao) or you will end up takign a beating as i had posted earlier, and sent to retirement like I had also posted. Malignaggi can go home now and retire. Good bye and good riddens. I will give him credit for being a professional fighter, which by the way anyone can do. And I will forgive him and take back every negative thing i have ever said about him once he apologizes to the greatest fighter of all time, Manny Pacquiao for his verbal attacks on the legend. Jealousy, and envy of a great man and fighter get you what Malignaggi got today, a butt kicking at the highest level. Malignaggi, don’t you ever criticize Manny Pacquiao. Don’t you ever have his name come out of your mouth unless it’s to praise him. Don’t ever be something you’re not capable of being, which is a great fighter. Never ever insult Manny Pacquiao because you will get what you got tonight. Have a good retirement Paulie Malignaggi.Posted April 20, 2014 2:31 am
Porter hands down.Posted April 19, 2014 6:53 pm
maliggonne c level at best.Posted April 19, 2014 6:44 pm
Paulie by stoppage.Posted April 19, 2014 6:22 pm
Hereof even the card beauties featured on ring magazine choose many as their favorite boxer.Posted April 19, 2014 6:11 pm
Malignaggi getting ready to take another beating tonight by another former sparring partner of the great Manny Pacquiao. And Shawn Porter told Manny that he will give Malignaggi a little pay back for running is mouth. So, tonight you will see the look of a deer in head lights from Malignaggi, you’ll see his little girl jabs, and you’ll see his laughable power pillows land in the air. Then Malignaggi will go kiss Porter’s rear after the fight is stopped and he will give a million excuses of why he lost, and hopefully he will announce his retirement that is 10 years too late. Then I will read all of the posts about how tough Malignaggi was, and how if he had more power he would have won, and how tough he is for taking on all champions and giving them a tough fight. Then you guys will realize that he lost to every single top fighter he ever fought. He amounted to being a loser when it counted. Finally you will look at the truth and admit that Malignaggi was a bum that could never beat any top fighter in his entire BUM career. Good Bye and Good riddens Malignaggi. Meanwhile, Manny Pacquiao continues to celebrate his dramatic victory over Timothy Bradley. Manny is the most important, influential and charismatic boxer of this and all other eras. He has elevated the popularity of boxing like no one else before him. Manny Pacquiao is a leader and a pioneer of the greatest sport in the world. The old fighting sayiing describing hadn to hand combat, Mano y Mano should be renamed to Manny y Manny. Why not? This phrase speaks of combat and a warrior attitude, and that’s exactly what Manny Pacquiao is. No one has ever been able to reinvent himself from a destructive offensive warrior to a tactical, eloquent boxer with the movement of a poetic butterfly. Manny Pacquiao has the world on its feet every time he steps into the ring. He’s an artist in the squared circle as Leonardo de Vinci was when he painted the Mona Lisa, and their similarities don’t end there. Just as the Mona Lisa is the most recognized painting in the world, Manny Pacquiao is also the most recognizable person in the world. Manny’s reign of terror has continued for over 10 years. His most potent punch that took down many great fighters is the straight left hand. The power and accuracy left many observers asking themselves,how much power does this man posses? The answer is simple. His power is more powerful than the Box Jelly Fish that has a poison that can kill a man quicker than any other poison known to man. That my friends is power. Words can’t really describe Manny Pacquiao’s immense arsenal he carries in the ring. He is considered by most boxing observers to be the greatest fighter ever, and i fully agree with that. In his prime, no one beats him. It’s fascinating to see Manny Pacquiao fight. He has a style that has no style like the legendary Bruce Lee. There’s no description because it’s one of a kind. Let’s thank Manny Pacquiao for being who he is. A great Man, father, son, husband, congressman, athlete, singer, writer, composer, dancer, actor, model and the greatest fighter of all time. Trust me, Manny is the best ever. Manny is the best!Posted April 19, 2014 5:12 pm
Paulie is a B plus -A minus fighter because hes lacks power. Hecdog and moonshine gtfoh witn your stupidity bias pactard motha fookerPosted April 19, 2014 4:53 pm
I respect Paulie; he’s a tough fighter who always makes his fights entertaining, win or lose. And he’s an expert on the sport, making him a good commentator too. I also like Shawn Porter who took the fight to Alexander, taking advantage of the opportunity given to him. So may the best man win. I see either one taking it.Posted April 19, 2014 1:27 pm
Funny stuff, paulie team is looking pass porter and saying if paulie beat porter, a match up against Floyd is could happen next, what? Floyd promising fighter on his card. What happen to dummy khan who been promise for the next fight with Floyd? See what would have happen if PAC trusted Floyd 40 million that would turn to 25 million take or leave about 1/2 year of being made a puppie dog.
Floyd could have said that just to make paulie extra hungry and make this a good ppv card fight. As that all he cares about is one up on PAC/arum or raw money.Posted April 19, 2014 12:59 pm
Porter on pointsPosted April 19, 2014 12:07 pm
shame he got beat by that other legend amir con.Posted April 19, 2014 12:02 pm
malignaggi is one of the best plastic champs ever.Posted April 19, 2014 11:26 am
That photo is comedy gold, I thought that was Malignaggis latest crazy hairstyle with some sort of open topped hat lol. :)Posted April 19, 2014 10:50 am
I fancy Paulie in this, anyone else?Posted April 19, 2014 10:26 am
good to see the circus back in town.Posted April 19, 2014 10:23 am
great photo of paulie.looks like he is already wearing the crown.check it out. i like both fighters.it’ll be a fun fight.Posted April 19, 2014 6:27 am
Manny Pacquiao continues to celebrate his dramatic victory over Timothy Bradley. Manny is the most important, influential and charismatic boxer of this and all other eras. He has elevated the popularity of boxing like no one else before him. Manny Pacquiao is a leader and a pioneer of the greatest sport in the world. The old fighting sayiing describing hadn to hand combat, Mano y Mano should be renamed to Manny y Manny. Why not? This phrase speaks of combat and a warrior attitude, and that’s exactly what Manny Pacquiao is. No one has ever been able to reinvent himself from a destructive offensive warrior to a tactical, eloquent boxer with the movement of a poetic butterfly. Manny Pacquiao has the world on its feet every time he steps into the ring. He’s an artist in the squared circle as Leonardo de Vinci was when he painted the Mona Lisa, and their similarities don’t end there. Just as the Mona Lisa is the most recognized painting in the world, Manny Pacquiao is also the most recognizable person in the world. Manny’s reign of terror has continued for over 10 years. His most potent punch that took down many great fighters is the straight left hand. The power and accuracy left many observers asking themselves,how much power does this man posses? The answer is simple. His power is more powerful than the Box Jelly Fish that has a poison that can kill a man quicker than any other poison known to man. That my friends is power. Words can’t really describe Manny Pacquiao’s immense arsenal he carries in the ring. He is considered by most boxing observers to be the greatest fighter ever, and i fully agree with that. In his prime, no one beats him. It’s fascinating to see Manny Pacquiao fight. He has a style that has no style like the legendary Bruce Lee. There’s no description because it’s one of a kind. Let’s thank Manny Pacquiao for being who he is. A great Man, father, son, husband, congressman, athlete, singer, writer, composer, dancer, actor, model and the greatest fighter of all time. Trust me, Manny is the best ever. Manny is the best!Posted April 19, 2014 2:40 am
MALIGNAGGI should fight BRADLEY for the BATTLE OF THE FEATHER FISTED.Posted April 19, 2014 2:23 am
Senchenko wasn’t “destroyed” by Paulie… His eye got cut. He knocked Hatton out after that fight and didn’t fight like a destroyed fighter … Kell Brook destroyed him.Posted April 19, 2014 2:19 am
@Truth… Judah is not a welterweight and he’s a very old man who didn’t age well. He didn’t add enough weight and strength for Paulie… and he jumped back up a division after moving down. That usually doesn’t work. You’re making too many changes in your body in reverse direction.
You say.., “The malignaggi who fought Hatton was ruined by McGirt.”
I’ll agree with that… McGirt is the most overrated trainer of all time—and Paulie would have fought better if they had switched trainers for that fight. Good point.Posted April 19, 2014 2:14 am
Mephisto, Hecdog was promoting Broner as the new boxing SAVIOR for months before Maidana beat the SH/IT outta him……..Hecdog is an absolute as shole and a f/ucking moron to boot………i doubt anybody reads what this jerk has to vomit.Posted April 19, 2014 1:34 am
Now, don’t lie, do anybody read Hecdog comments? i have to confess i don’t…how could i? if this mother f/ucker is a normal human being, i’m f/ucked…….Posted April 19, 2014 1:28 am
Tark you disappoint me continually with your analysis. These are all the guys that predicted Judah beating malignaggi. You have overstepped your boundaries and your boxing iq is not as high as you think. The malignaggi that fought Hatton was ruined by Mcgirt and was two months off of surgical repair of his right hand . Malignaggi is a way better fighter then Hatton unfortunately the rematch did not happen because Ricky got KO’d by Senchenko who malignaggi destroyed . You don’t remember that though your a joke man.Posted April 19, 2014 1:24 am
Paulie gets tons of title shots—or bites at the apple if you will—because he’s such a feather puncher and not a big risk for any champion to fight.
So when Porter beats him expect another welter champ to recycle him quickly.
Amir Khan mentioned fighting a rematch with Paulie several times. Amir likes to fight guys who can’t punch so why not? Hatton always fondly remembers his Malignaggi fight. He was a guy Ricky could out-box.
But PM wasn’t a such a good tune-up for his MP fight.Posted April 19, 2014 1:10 am
i’m pretty sure Paul can break an egg in many different ways………he probably can f/uck the hen at the same time.Posted April 18, 2014 10:42 pm
why would a boxer want to break an egg? just wondering.Posted April 18, 2014 10:24 pm
yeah paulie can’t break an egg. i mean he couldn’t phase broner not one bit. how many more times can he pull off wins with a jab alone. i like the guy a lot. he’s probably the most intelligent boxer p4p haha. his commentary is great and i often agree w/ his assessments of fights. he tends to score a little tighter than the judges do for any given fight. i hope he can pull out a W. i’m not sure about this guy porter yet. i feel like he punches a little wide, maybe paulie can capitalize off of that using his beloved jab and okay speed. we’ll see. interesting match up in my eyes.Posted April 18, 2014 9:04 pm
Whatever Porter shows up will end up with a victory. Paulie who, by the way, seems like a GREAT guy and who does a hellavua job as a commentator BUT lacks power. However, he feels that he’s a defensive wizard but I can assure you all.. that he definitely is NOT a Winky Wright… he”s not that good and will never be. BUT again, giving him credit, I thoroughly enjoy listening to him calling fight … he’s GREAT at that and has a GREAT career ahead of him after his fighting days are over Boxingdictionary.com ..” The Language of the Ring”Posted April 18, 2014 8:31 pm
I’ll take Porter by ROUGH HOUSING decision.Posted April 18, 2014 8:19 pm
No sh1t, PM is a hell of a fighter. He’s fighting a tuff guy who has to be on top of the world right now after winning that title. My hats of to Paulie.Posted April 18, 2014 8:08 pm
moonshineman agrees with Hecdog that Paulie is a D level fighter; the only question now is who’s the bigger moron between the two of them.Posted April 18, 2014 7:46 pm
Porter should win this by wide UD or late TKO. I like Malinaggi but he has been vastly overrated his entire career.Posted April 18, 2014 7:09 pm
Bo Bo Olson
Two to three inches bigger, Pauli has reach and height…that is the difference, in top class quick fighters. I don’t have the reach…but give the reach/height combo to Pauli.
Hecdog Pacquiao is only the champion of PEDS. Paulie is the peoples championPosted April 18, 2014 5:28 pm
Hecdog, your delusional, Paulie is not a D Level fighter.
I agree. Paulie is a D level fighter. Always has been.Posted April 18, 2014 5:12 pm
Why the exaggeration? Paulie is not D level and never has been. He’s a B level, just below the title holders. if he pulls off the upset he’s back to the A level like he was when he held world titles twice. D level guys never get close to a title shot.Posted April 18, 2014 4:15 pm
Thanks Mike Tyson. The random testing thing was part of a back and forth on Twitter so I really don’t know.Posted April 18, 2014 4:13 pm
Hecdog, your delusional, Paulie is not a D Level fighter.Posted April 18, 2014 4:04 pm
I agree………….Posted April 18, 2014 3:59 pm
Some of you guys cannot be serious thinking Never beaten any top fighter, feather fists, big mouth can’t back nothing up Malignaggi has even a slight chance of winning this fight. I know some of you like him, but picking emotionally rather than rationally always clouds your judgement. Maybe you don’t quite know who Shawn Porter is, but you will find out on Saturday. Porter was a long time sparring partner for Manny Pacquiao so he obviously learned from the best. Porter has speed, power, boxing skills, stamina, great feet, younger, stronger than Malignaggi and most importantly, he is hungry to make his name over a D level fighter that fought some elite fighters and got his rear end beat every time. Malignaggi offers the following: NOTHING. Come on people, Malignaggi has nothing. Porter destroys him easily and makes him quit like Khan did.Posted April 18, 2014 3:45 pm
Fight Aficionado, I google a bit nothing comes up.
On the fight
Paulie will find out that porter has fast hands, 3-5 punch attack. And porter can box very well too.
Paulie gets more bites at the apple than most doesn’t he.
Yes, He does………..Posted April 18, 2014 3:14 pm
Rumor has it Porter wanted random out of comp drug testing but Paulie did not. Anyone got confirmation of this being true or false?Posted April 18, 2014 1:55 pm
ive got paulie outboxing porter to a UD…..he got guts, toughness, smarts, speed and lots of experience. i hope he pulls it offPosted April 18, 2014 1:40 pm
Paulie M. wins. Porter has to do something extra to win.Posted April 18, 2014 1:36 pm
Paulie gets more bites at the apple than most doesn’t he.Posted April 18, 2014 1:10 pm
Paulie will get his weak, feather punching, running and holding butt kicked in.Posted April 18, 2014 1:04 pm
Should be close, I’ll go Malignaggi Majority Decision.Posted April 18, 2014 12:52 pm
Malignaggi has been in there many times before, he should win just on experience alone not to mention he can box and has guts.Posted April 18, 2014 11:50 am
Paulie is a tough fight for anyone his problem is he lets guy get into his head way too much. Case in point Broner, Porter is up and coming with something to prove great match up. Porter by UDPosted April 18, 2014 11:38 am
Jake Lead Rights
My Money’s on Pualie……there wont be a KO from either one. Paulies never gone down, and he might have a few TKO’s but not a feared puncher. He’ll jab the hell out of you cause his right hand is as brittle as peanut shells. Porters advantage is his age, he needs to stay away from Paulies jab and go for the mid section and work his way up. Paulies fight against Broner was a major snoozer so as I mentioned if he stays active enough he may win.Posted April 18, 2014 11:20 am
Have enjoyed watching Paulies career
I don’t dislike Porter but I’m a big Paulie fan. I hope he wins. I think Porter might be to young and active, possibly stronger. But I’m pulling for Paulie. On a side note the 30 for 30 on the Bad Boys was nicePosted April 18, 2014 10:04 am
Porter just got that belt. He doesn’t want to lose it.Posted April 18, 2014 9:55 am
Paulie will win this fight. Porter is strong but one exceptional performance against Alexander will not do anything for me to bet against Paulie. I don’t believe in triangle theories but Julio Diaz gave porter tough fights he lost to Juan Diaz who Malignaggi Beat handily. He had a hard time offsetting Julios boxing it will be a lot harder to do that to Malignaggi.Posted April 18, 2014 7:12 am
Malignaggi all the way in this one. He will pull off yet another upset special.Posted April 18, 2014 6:58 am