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vice ganda

Since when does running out of steam in the 6th round make you a winner over Mayweather?

Posted May 7, 2014 4:34 pm 

vice ganda

Ali the most overrated fighter in history. ..along with Pacquiao.

Posted May 7, 2014 4:33 pm 

vice ganda


Posted May 7, 2014 4:31 pm 

Fraud May

Danny Garcia vs Amir Khan next and Mayweather vs Pacquioa. Then last fight should be Mayweather vs Maidana 2.

Posted May 6, 2014 8:22 pm 


Why did Amir Khan beat Luis Collazo??? LC has no power. Just because you stop somebody who’s been getting stopped 3 X in a row — that doesn’t mean you can punch.

Stop Danny Garcia and you can hit. He can be reached but he’s tough.

Posted May 6, 2014 1:47 pm 


How many big, tall, strong fast, and skilled heavies beat Tyson???

How about Buster Douglas… Lennox Lewis… and Evander Holyfield… They were all much taller than Tyson, even though Holy wasn’t so big (218) or tall at (6’2″)… They were all much better DEFENDERS than Tyson. Defense is big. Ali couldn’t defend himself any better than Tyson.

LL, EH, and BD were ALL OLDER than Tyson. They would have beaten him at any time. Tyson would have beaten Ali though. Different style. Much like Larry Holmes and Michael Spinks, Ali didn’t have a lot of punching power.

That’s why China-chinned Ken Norton beat the crap out of Ali. Ali couldn’t hurt him.

Posted May 6, 2014 1:41 pm 



“Is every tall boxer that fights back at Tyson going to win? NO”

Every tall, strong, fast, tough, highly skilled natural heavyweight will.
Posted May 6, 2014 3:16 am

So basically, the once in a generation, hopefully this guy wins the genetic lottery and finds his way to a great teacher/trainer could beat Tyson at his best.

How many Tall fighters have what you are saying?

Posted May 6, 2014 1:22 pm 


Gentlemen, such hateful comments towards me is really uncalled for. I am entitled to my opinion as you are also. Please don’t take my posts so serious. Relax and know that any of my comments are just my opinion. Please don’t get so emotionally riled up just because I see things a certain way. I thought Maidana won the fight. I dislike Floyd Mayweather’s character, and I admire Manny Pacquiao. Have a great day gentlemen.

Posted May 6, 2014 10:39 am 


Marcos Maidana won the fight 116-114 without question. I watched it a few times without bias in any way and without the volume. Fans around the world are correct in saying Floyd Mayweather got away with robbery against Maidana as he has in the past against Oscar De La Hoya and Jose Luis Castillo. Floyd Mayweather is not looked upon as an undefeated fighter because he’s really not. He was hit, roughed up and his constant holding because he couldn’t deal with a tough fighter made him panic and hold on for life. Holding, hugging or tying up as many put it is illegal. The referee should have taken points away. Holding is like putting your hands up and telling your opponent that he’s too much to handle. Marcos Maidana won 5 of the first 6 rounds. Look at the replay and see for yourself. He was landing the jab on Floyd when he wanted to. Floyd was missing by miles, and many of his punches were off the mark. He did have a few clean ones, but the crowd screamed even though the punch was a glancing blow or didn’t land. Maidana was the better man, and Floyd and his fans know this. Some people need to learn how to score a professional boxing match not an amateur boxing match. Maidana was effective throughout the fight. The 114-114 scorecard was more like it, but the truth is that one blind judge that should be banned for life had Mayweather winning 117-111?? What a pathetic joke. Regardless, Mayweather has been exposed, and the boxing world knows full well why Mayweather never wanted to fight the legendary, 8 division boxing champion and Fighter of the Decade. I knew all along Floyd Mayweather could not deal with Manny’s fighting style. Manny would have simply knocked Floyd Mayweather out cold. Too fast, strong, and brutalizing power in this southpaw fighting machine. The debate is over. The great Manny Pacquiao is the unanimous best fighter of his era as the Fighter of The Decade voted on by the best sports writers in the country voted Manny Pacquiao as being the best. What we all saw on Saturday night finally answered the question. Who was better, Floyd Mayweather or Manny Pacquiao. The winner, Manny Pacquiao. His legacy will live forever. His fights are memorable and exciting. The boxing world loves this man. Manny Pacquiao is a living legend, and he obviously doesn’t need Floyd Mayweather for anything. Floyd Mayweather is done.

Posted May 6, 2014 10:36 am 


Of course Floyd gifted fans with his performance, but that’s great! More than certain a rematch will be a cakewalk.

Posted May 6, 2014 9:10 am 


“Is every tall boxer that fights back at Tyson going to win? NO”

Every tall, strong, fast, tough, highly skilled natural heavyweight will.

Posted May 6, 2014 3:16 am 

Martin “El Bruchador” Honorio

Yes, he did. One of the skills of the great ones like Floyd and Pacquiao is that they know how the fight will end up the moment they choose thier opponent and signed the contract. They know they will break thier opponents, how to control the fight. Early in the rounds, you can see Mayweather aiming for the body of Maidana… for five straight rounds, he continually lands a hard straight directly on the belly of Maidana. Now, unless Maidana is made of stone, he’s gonna feel those body punches. And yes, he did. It all add up. In the middle of round six, you can see that Maidana is not attacking aggresively as in the first round. those body punches had taken thier toll. Let’s remember that Floyd had power that makes even Canelo respect him. He got power that makes anyone encounters him thinking that he will knock them out. That’s what Maidana is thinking from 6 to 12 rounds… he did all that he could for the first five rounds and nothing happens…. and its six rounds …. he is weakened by Mayweather’s body punches and Mayweather is getting stronger. What are you gonna do? Survive, hit him if you have a chance. Mayweather knows all of this, that he had the advantage now. And kept peppering Maidana with punches from the outside. All in a plan.

Posted May 6, 2014 1:44 am 


Mayweather wants another fight where he can dominate, but put a little excitement to justify another payday. If he fought Pacquiao the same way, he would have certainly lost. It’s all about ppv bucks.

Posted May 5, 2014 9:21 pm 


No. He almost lost.

Posted May 5, 2014 6:12 pm 

Mike Tyson

Kid , you keep saying fix fight but what to gain? A rematch? Then why was Floyd make a fool he he knew this was fixed, everybody say he slipping and getting old because he look slow and had a very hard fight.
Floyd would have boxer him than slug him of he knew he was to get his and lose. So there no logic. Pluse a rematch isn’t much money.

Posted May 5, 2014 3:27 pm 

J. Strader

All you haters out there, it’s time to face up to the cold hard truth. Floyd Mayweather has now displaced the great Sugar Ray Robinson as the best pound for pound fighter in the history of boxing and as a very nice bonus, has become the first bona fide billionaire in professional sports as well.

Posted May 5, 2014 3:21 pm 


Another WIN for the GOAT. Great TRY but NO cigar.

Posted May 5, 2014 2:02 pm 


Mbuyiseli my friend, not obsessed with Floyd, but dislike what he stands for. A man that was blessed with talent only to see him act the way he does and see how he treats people. He truly believes his money and material make him bigger and better than all humanity. The 24/7 and All Access shows people who Floyd Mayweather really is. He’s not putting on an act. He’s a hypocrite wearing diamond crosses and thanking God on occasion yet his mouth is full of garbage foul language and he has no shame when blatantly calling his own father every foul and degrading name in the book. Character in a person, especially a sports figure that has the attention of millions, has a better opportunity to live a good life and be a good role model to millions of kids and upcoming boxers, but acts like a fool and rambles about in his folly. I recall watching Floyd Mayweather as a young teen as an amateur and Olympian, and he was a very nice, modest humble kid. I watched him during the early stages of his career and his personality was very likable. He had a humble personality, and he looked to me like another Sugar Ray Leonard both inside and outside the ring. He then won his first title, and the hanger on’s started coming, and everyone started filling his head with all kinds of garbage. I began to see the beginning of what I thought would be a disaster of a potentially great fighter and role model as the promoters and his entourage of people came onto him like a bunch of vultures seeking their carcass. Floyd Mayweather then appeared to be believing everything, and then the ego started to come out louder and louder. The rest is history. We’ve all see what he portrays himself to be. The man today is a classless, egotistical, money hungry villain. Did you see what a jerk he was in the post fight press conference with his kiss but entourage behind him bowing at every word he said. Did you see Lil Wayne and the Mayweather camp trying to start fights with the Maidana camp as they were cheering through the hallway. I don’t need to get into Floyd Mayweather’s behavior because it’s all out there. He says things like Donald Sterlign is a great man? Putting his ex fiancee’s abortion document on Instagram? Calling Manny Pacquiao racist names. Laughing at fans because they pay money to see him fight. Throwing all his wealth in our faces is, and he has been consistent this this attitude and behavior the majority of his career. Floyd tries to act and speak well for about a minute, and then once someone asks him something or says something he doesn’t like, his real self comes back and begins degrading that person. Floyd Mayweather has rubbed people wrong, and as he says, he doesn’t care. Thank God for the world having a quality person like Manny Pacquiao. I admire and support this wonderful human being that is respectful, caring, loving, God fearing and is a humble, decent humble person that all of us can have admiration for. Just look at how he carries himself. Not one bad word. Not one word of disrespect for anyone. He never complains or cries. He never boasts about his money or materials. He gives and gives to those that are in need. Manny Pacquiao recognized the sin he had in his life at he turned away from it. He was a fallen man that took off the dirty clothes he had, and today he is a man with true character. Manny Pacquiao is loved and admired everywhere he goes, and for those that are jealous of him, he doesn’t sit well with. They try to take shots at him about his personal life. Laugh at his losses, suffering and struggles, but he continues to be a class act. He never changes. This is a good man. I hope this clears up my thoughts on Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. And just to add a little more to this. Manny Pacquiao is the best of all time. Floyd Mayweather proved to all of us that he would never have come close to beating Manny. Floyd is a skilled fighter, but he would have been knocked by the legendary, Manny Pacquiao, the only 8 division boxing champion in history. Hope my post helps you understand.

Posted May 5, 2014 1:39 pm 

te tumbo

the moment Floyd chose Maidana for his next opponent he was promising toe-to-toe action and both delivered. unless someone believes that Maidana was tanking-it, Mayweather employed his style to deal with the same if not improved Maidana that beat the crap out of Broner. Wtf are some pissin and moanin about now? that Floyd chose Maidana over Khan? at which point, ThaT would’ve become their primary gripe(?!).

Posted May 5, 2014 11:15 am 


“Should the boxing fans believe Mayweather Jr. that he executed the fight that he had planned? I think so. What do you think?” Oh for f&*% sake!

Posted May 5, 2014 10:40 am 


No. He did not………

Posted May 5, 2014 9:56 am 


@ tj and hhlondon
When and how did mayweather “adjust” ?? He didn’t “adjust ” in the 12th because he lost it too just as in the first round … It was Maidana who lost some rounds because he backpedaled a litle in the late rounds
Not mayweather … Mayweather “adjusted” nothing period !!!

Posted May 5, 2014 8:59 am 



Maidana is a walk forward slugger with little skill or game plan.

Floyd does only what he needs to do to win which is why no one has beaten him to date.

On a side note, Uncle Roger would have seen Floyd adjust inside 2 rounds and not the 4 it took Floyd last night.

Posted May 4, 2014 8:30 pm

HH Best comment on here. Period. I have had the pleasure of watching Roger on several occasions taking people from Floyd to my 3 year old son (at the time) and he is a true genius.
I didn’t see him in the corner Saturday night and know he’s been in ill health for a couple of years.

Roger knows his stuff and hopefully he is back on board for the rematch!

Posted May 5, 2014 8:25 am 


Alvarado will not beat JMM
He hasn’t slipped that much
Or the drugs don’t work . . . .

Posted May 5, 2014 7:24 am 


You get that Alvarado bet on ray ray?

Posted May 5, 2014 7:10 am 

Ray Ray

Fancy a manny die hard fan crying over scripted fights….people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones.

Posted May 5, 2014 4:39 am 

Ray Ray

Sure seemed that way 2 me. Always more money in a rematch ask Arum/Manny, actually just ask arum.

Posted May 5, 2014 4:37 am 


@ghetto plug
Calm the the jets, bad boy. Go get that other cheerleader- justin bieber and go hang about outside floyds mansion whilst he continues to deny us all the fight we want. Man up and fight PACQUIAO, ya coward..

Posted May 5, 2014 4:07 am 


Gentlemen, I’m hoping that some of you MAYWEATHER fans can give me an answer to some information I’m going to share with you, and also some thoughts from Maidana fans that truly believe Maidana won. I’ve said on many occasions that Floyd fights in Las Vegas for a reason. He should have lost against Oscar, Castillo and Maidana. Someone please explain the same the following:

Floyd Mayweather beat Canelo Alvarez by the following judges score cards:

Floyd Mayweather beat Maidana last night by the following judges score cards:


Posted May 5, 2014 3:06 am 


fixed bouts just as i initially predicted:

mayweather win (minus the money KO i predicted)
khan win
broner win

all in favor of haymon top dogs! what’s next??? khan vs. mayweather! haymon wouldn’t want his cash cow to suffer another beating like that again… good thing i didn’t shell out my money!

Posted May 5, 2014 2:16 am 

“Floyd is Smart”

The answer is no, he Didnt really gift Maidana and the fans the toe-to-toe action cause as he said “floyd is smart”. He was just caught off guard but was able to find his rhythm late in the fight.

Posted May 5, 2014 1:46 am 

Maidana gave the fans what they wanted not Mayfailure

Maidana gave the fans what they wanted not Mayfailure.

Posted May 5, 2014 1:30 am 

i think

he gifted slightly, otherwise he had trouble… cuz if he ran lol hed look really bad, hed be running fast

Posted May 5, 2014 1:27 am 

david d. is an Idiot

Hatred doesn’t allow viewers to see boxing they just go by the all access episodes and know nothing about boxing like you

Posted May 5, 2014 12:55 am 

Michaels an Idiot

Hatred doesn’t allow viewers to see boxing they just go by the all access episodes and know nothing about boxing that’s what the message is there you simple bastard

Posted May 5, 2014 12:54 am 


Floyd Won by at least three rounds, regardless of how well Maidana did
he didn’t do enough to win.

Posted May 5, 2014 12:13 am 


Floyd just can never win. he said he was going to this kind of a fight and no one believed him. They said he picked Maidana. If he had whitewashed him they would say he did that coz it was cherry picking. You guys just hate any achievers like Pacquiao, Klitchsko, Floyd or anyone doing well. unsuccessful people just hate successful people.

Posted May 5, 2014 12:09 am 

david d.

Bill S. Preston Esq., your comments are empty and useless….save it for another topic that requires such issues.

Posted May 5, 2014 12:00 am 

Raider Rudy

Don’t buy it at all! Maidana forced Floyd to fight this kind of fight.

Posted May 4, 2014 11:38 pm 


Floyd running is not what the fans want to see either.

Posted May 4, 2014 11:35 pm 


Of coarse he didn’t he was made to fight how maidana wanted. Like a good lap dog.

Posted May 4, 2014 11:35 pm 

Bill S. Preston Esq.

Anyone dissing on Floyd’s boxing is an uneducated meathead filled with hate. Maidana was outclassed and popped in the face all night while doing no damage of his own

Posted May 4, 2014 11:25 pm 

Bill S. Preston Esq.

Maidana clutching and holding is not what fans want to see that’s just a lack of boxing skills exposed

Posted May 4, 2014 11:22 pm 

The Beaten Joe Kowalski

No It was Maidana that gave the fans what they wanted. Fraud is being fraud again misleading the public.

Posted May 4, 2014 11:15 pm 

Mike Tyson

Also called this and khan fight to a tee. Maidana give Floyd his hardest from hatten and Floyd win it UD or maybe better S.D.
And khan fight that he would impress as the weight gain would give him power 3 knock down.
Knew he was miss management, he too tall to be at 140, more bones are heavy.

Posted May 4, 2014 11:10 pm 

david d.

FMJ never gives the fans what they want…it was sad to even hear him state that after the bout. He’s a cry baby, a little child in a man’s world.

Posted May 4, 2014 11:09 pm 

Mike Tyson

Just seen the whole fight, chino make Floyd fight in the pocket, by cutting off the ring and alway putting the pressure on, I like his drop back on the brake and diving forward with body and head hooks. Floyd was frustrated with the Constance pressure,
Even from the very first rush bt china Floyd called out to the ref, want to stop the charging and body tounching.

Floyd look slow. China has no bad speed, and he made Floyd miss most of his counter and jab.
Same as porter do that jab and duck back Floyd counter, and counter back with his combo.

Chino show how to fight Floyd, porter is perfect for Floyd, and he would drop Floyd with the same style he has as chino that a 1-5 punch attack and dodge the counter and be inside .

Iam not sure maidana might be a slugger/ boxer now as he useing his jab to get in and then he slug his combo. Nice fight, and no Floyd didn’t choice to slug he had no choice. As chino would have hit him hard as he tried side slip as he was forced back over and over.more he could have been Koed.
It’s better to see the punches coming and face it head on.

Posted May 4, 2014 11:06 pm 

The Beaten Joe Kowalski

Maidana gave the fans what they wanted.

Posted May 4, 2014 11:04 pm 

Fighting Words

It seems when people see Mayweather fight, it is though they are seeing a boxing match for the first time. Mayweather said he wanted to give the fans what they wanted by not moving a lot. Anyone who believes that “I got some prime beach front property in Florida next to Tiger Woods for sale dirt cheap”. Mayweather could have ran all night, but when he stopped he would have had to punch, and with a pressure fighter that throw a lot of punches that is suicide. Case in point the Roberto Duran and SRL fight. SRL beat Duran to the punch in their 2 match, but in Mayweather fight, Miadana was beating Mayweather to the punch and was timing him better. Jabbing up and down, and then come in with combs which threw off Mayweather timing causing him to go to the ropes. At the end of the day, Mayweather days are numbered, given the opponents are in line to fight him next, Mayweather will lose his next fight, if he fights Khan or rematch Miadana. Miadana just made other fighter bold. We saw that when Mike Tyson could not intimidate anymore, fighters became bold and Tyson struggled. Same thing will happen with Mayweather, unless he pull a rabbit out of his hat, his so call adjustment skills where other fighters get star struck is a thing of the past.

Posted May 4, 2014 10:38 pm 



He’s not the only one.. Mike Tyson and Kostya Tszyu loved guys who ran.. They felt very comfortable bombing away at runners.. With Maidana you have to stand your ground and rip him coming in.. You have to get under his looping shots, push him back, and tie him up. You can move strategically and box, which Floyd did a lot of … but you can’t run.
Posted May 4, 2014 8:30 pm

Interesting….A young Tyson when reviewing film, Mike Tyson Presents The Heavyweights (Documentary, 1988) youtube, said that the way to beat Marciano (according to D’Amato) is to go at him. To press him.

Floyd had his best success when he went on the attack.

but also remember, Marciano was known to take out great fighters that were fading out.

Posted May 4, 2014 10:24 pm 


Any other fighter would have went down from maidanas onslaught., Floyd was in great shape. Maidana was countering floyd, I didn’t expect that. Should have been a draw at the very least, floyd did nothing the first five.

Posted May 4, 2014 10:24 pm 



Floyd got exposed once again, as he did with Castillo, Cotto and Del hoya. Any good fighter who can effectively cut off the ring and throw alot of punches can beat him.
Posted May 4, 2014 9:39 pm

Except he knocked out Hatton, beat Cotto and Oscar and even though people debate the first Castillo fight, he certainly beat him in the rematch. But yes, there is always a style/fighter that can cause him concern and up the stakes in beating him.
Like Roberto Duran. His style, skills, I.Q. and ferocity would be hell.

A lot goes into winning and losing.

Is every pressure fighter going to beat Ali? NO.

Is every tall boxer that fights back at Tyson going to win? NO

Is every counter-puncher going to beat Pac? NO

list goes on and on. Sometimes “styles make fights” holds true and sometimes it doesn’t. A lot goes into it. Style, the fighter, timing, conditions, etc.

Posted May 4, 2014 10:18 pm 


props to maidana! just watched the fight for free! haymon wouldn’t let his cash cow lose by all means… but i was satisfied that maidana made floyd earn his paycheck!!!

Posted May 4, 2014 10:00 pm 


Floyd got exposed once again, as he did with Castillo, Cotto and Del hoya. Any good fighter who can effectively cut off the ring and throw alot of punches can beat him.

Posted May 4, 2014 9:39 pm 


Extremely close fight,just like he had against Castillo,Cotto,& De La Hoya! Wouldn’t have been surprised if the fight was given to Maidana! Maidana is worthy of a rematch!

Posted May 4, 2014 9:36 pm 


Floyd will never chop Maidana up… He didn’t put a scratch on him. Broner hurt Maidana more than Floyd did… Maidana was as clean as a whistle… Floyd outboxed him but he never hurt the man or landed anything interesting.

And Maidana never hurt Floyd either… These 2 guys are not big hitters.

Posted May 4, 2014 9:27 pm 

Maidana gave the fans what they wanted not Mayfailure

Mayfailure bearhugging all rounds but still won what a joke like his entourage full of clowns

Posted May 4, 2014 9:22 pm 

big moe

Yes he did because he said was going to do that a couple weeks before the fight. Next time floyd will chop him up and the haterz will fall once again

Posted May 4, 2014 9:13 pm 


the fight is boring! gayweather is keep on running and defending. I cant see any champions heart at him. Honestly no excitement that maidana will be KO’d by floyd.
what we have seen is how maidana trying to def floyd by points and how floyd keep on running and showing his magic moves.
I’m just like watching olympic boxing

Posted May 4, 2014 9:13 pm 


Maidana gave the fans what they wanted not FLoyd.

Posted May 4, 2014 9:02 pm 


This would be like Carl Rove writing the article after his political dog got embarrassed.

Posted May 4, 2014 9:00 pm 


Maidana is a walk forward slugger with little skill or game plan.

Floyd does only what he needs to do to win which is why no one has beaten him to date.

On a side note, Uncle Roger would have seen Floyd adjust inside 2 rounds and not the 4 it took Floyd last night.

Posted May 4, 2014 8:30 pm 


This pundit says.., “Aside from Castillo way back in the day, there has not been a challenger that made Floyd work harder than a routine sparring session.”

Floyd beat Castillo with great ease and with one arm.. Mayweather was fighting with a torn rotator cuff but won by 4 or 5 points on ALL SCORECARDS!!!!! That’s an easy UD, so Castillo was a long way from winning that fight.

Cotto, De La Hoya, and Judah certainly gave Floyd much tougher fights than Castillo did…regardless of what the scores were for those fight … Cotto busted Floyd up… Judah decked Floyd… and Oscar is the only guy who won a score from a judge off Floyd in Floyd’s whole career.

Canelo was weight drained… so he couldn’t do anything but stand there.

Floyd had to fight the way he did versus Maidana.. Marcos loves runners.. If you start running Marcos starts swinging.. He’ll cut you down.. Marcos’s swings will nail a runner.. He’s not a hard puncher like Matthysse, but the sheer volume will get anyone who runs.

He’s not the only one.. Mike Tyson and Kostya Tszyu loved guys who ran.. They felt very comfortable bombing away at runners.. With Maidana you have to stand your ground and rip him coming in.. You have to get under his looping shots, push him back, and tie him up. You can move strategically and box, which Floyd did a lot of … but you can’t run.

Posted May 4, 2014 8:30 pm 

Bill S. Preston Esq.

Put your hatred aside the last time Floyd was challenged was about round 4 in the Mosley fight

Posted May 4, 2014 8:29 pm 

Bill S. Preston Esq.

If you cannot realize how good Floyd is at anything in the ring you are unable to put your hatred aside. From bell to bell he outclassed and whooped Maidana

Posted May 4, 2014 8:26 pm 

Bill S. Preston Esq.

Not at all Floyd didn’t plan that he takes fights as they come and that’s what unfolded and he shows us once again he can’t be hit in the ring…other than Mosley shoy

Posted May 4, 2014 8:24 pm 

ufc diesel

Got to say Floyd is chatting bull about giving the fans what they wanted. He had no choice as MM was all over him like a rash. Then he trash talked about it being a wrestling match in the post fight. Sore winner. It was a much closer fight then the judges had. Hate to say it but kind of redeems Broners loss and ultimately shows how tough MM is. The man is a caveman!

Posted May 4, 2014 8:17 pm 

Denise Alvarez

Floyd looked worried as soon as he entered the ring-he did not know what he was in store for.MM is a boxer-puncher-brawler, not a fighter like Floyd who rarely fights, avoids getting hit, and is elusive in the ring. He had no choice but to go toe to toe with Maidana or MM would have floored him! I even admit Floyd can brawl and its about time he finally fought like a man instead of his cowardly style.

Posted May 4, 2014 8:09 pm 


Simple answer is no. Smh

Posted May 4, 2014 8:02 pm 

The Prince

Floyd proved that he’s a great fighter. Great fighters adjust when the chips are down and find a way to win. I had Floyd winning by three rounds after the fight. Respect to Maidana for making it entertaining and giving himself a chance. Perhaps he’ll get the rematch. But if it happens, Floyd is NOT going to fight against the ropes again, now that he realized he could keep the fight in the center of the ring and dominate like many of his other fights. Floyd Sr. told Jr. to stay off the ropes. Floyd will be ready next time.

Posted May 4, 2014 7:57 pm 

First time ere

@ Viosso – yet he still won. I have the first 5 rounds to Maidana and thought Floyd was pretty much done but from the 6th on he pretty much did as he does…boxed from the outside and took advantage of the fact Maidana wasn’t coming with the same intensity or consistency…which if he had of he would have won hands down. Have to tip your hat to Floyd, he was under pressure but still found enough to get back in the fight.

Posted May 4, 2014 7:56 pm 


Maidanas style is unpredictable so Floyd was slightly confused with this street fighter.

Posted May 4, 2014 7:49 pm 


True. I think that he is trying to say is that Maidana actually has some success with it. Neither Oscar nor Cotto made Floyd looked worried. He looked relaxed, and landed, well, pretty much at will. Not with Maidana tho….

Posted May 4, 2014 7:46 pm 

First time ere

Cotto pressed Floyd, De La Hoya pressed him right down the stretch, Floyd had to many skills and was to quick and got past both as we know but Cotto and De La Hoya had their moments. A little research goes a long way when writing about things for public fare.

Posted May 4, 2014 7:43 pm 

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